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Day: January 31, 2019

Highlights and homework – Day 5 – January 31st

Highlights and homework – Day 5 – January 31st

UOI – Learners developed deeper understanding about rituals, tradition, beliefs, values and culture.

Math – Learners made connection to fractions through real life scenario and manipulative.

Language – Formative assessment of transition words was conducted. Later, learners were introduced to the dialogues conventions.

Homework –

Language – Underline the dialogues and circle the transition words of the chapter 2 of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Math – Attempt this online quiz – https://www.mathgames.com/skill/1.11-what-fraction-does-this-shape-show

UOI – Find out Fountainhead school’s values.

Highlights of the day: 31st Jan

Highlights of the day: 31st Jan

UOI:

The topic on petroleum was concluded by synthesizing the information.

Math:

Students practiced multiplication sums using traditional method.

Homework:

Math:

Find the product of the following using traditional method:

a) 235 x 32

b) 456 x 28

c) 500 x 90

d) 567 x 46

e) 378 x 67

Note:Class photo for Illustrate is scheduled on 5th February. It is mandatory for the students to be present for the same.So , kindly send the student to school and avoid absenteeism on this particular date.

Highlights and homework 31st January 2019

Highlights and homework 31st January 2019

Dear parents,

Day 5,

Highlights

Language

Students practiced writing Dialogues.

ICT

Students learned to create a mindmup 2.0.

Homework

Language

Math

Do as directed

a) Illustrate and show 2/5

b) Illustrate and show 4/6

c) In my fruit basket there are 13 pieces of fruit, 5 of which are oranges. How can we express the number of oranges as a fraction?

d) Sam collected 36 coins in total. He gave 18 of them to his sister. What fraction of coins did he give?

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Grade 6 Deliberate – 31st January’19

Grade 6 Deliberate – 31st January’19

Dear students,
You have to draft and publish your autobiography online using the life chart (and PYP road map if it is submitted by the student) as a refernece.( If you remember your journey so far, you may put your thought process on the doc WITHOUT those refernces as well).
Once done, tag your assigned buddy and teacher and seek feedback/suggestions.
Make sure you check your spellings through online Google doc – tool – spellings – spell checker OR by using a dictionary.
Be a reflective communicator. We are excited to know more about you.

Highlights of the day – 31/01/2019

Highlights of the day – 31/01/2019

Math: 

  • Students learned multiplication sums (3 X 2) using traditional method.

UOI:  

  • As a part of the case study on petroleum, students framed questions to inquire further and made connections with the key concepts.

Homework:

Re-read chapter 22 ” Watziname has some strange news” from the reader and solve the given worksheet.

Highlight and Homework – 31st January

Highlight and Homework – 31st January

Highlight

Math : Students explored different centers and understood the concept of ‘Equivalent Fraction’. Later they learnt finding equivalent fractions for the given fractions.

Language : Formative assessment of transition words was conducted. Later, students were introduced to the dialogues conventions.

Homework

UOI : Students have to research about two rituals(local or global) and its belief and value. I encourage you to find rituals of different cultures or about the cultures which you are not familiar with. The answers shall be written in the journal sheets given to students.

NOTE : Students have to draft scripts for their annual performances. Their scripts and ideas will be discussed tomorrow in class. The task is to be done individually.

Regards,

Ekta Bathija

Homework

Homework

Math Homework

Task 1: Students have been handed a fraction worksheet in class

Task 2: Solve the following

a) Illustrate the fraction 2/5

b) Illustrate 4/6

c) In my fruit basket, there are 13 pieces of fruit, 5 of which are oranges. How can we express the number of oranges as a fraction?

d) Sam collected 36 coins in total. He gave 18 of them to his sister. What fraction of coins did he give? What fraction is left with him?

Stars of the day:

Ananya Agrawal(being a Caring learner) and Simone Kothari (being knowledgeable about different beliefs and values)

Quote of the day:

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Regards,
Fatema Topiwala