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Highlights and Homework for August 2, 2018

Highlights and Homework for August 2, 2018

{Highlights}

Math:

Formative assessment for the concepts of Place value, Multiplication and Division was conducted.

Language:

The learners revisited the figurative speech ‘Personification’. Later, they scanned personification phrases for which the prompts were given by the teacher.

{Homework}

Math:

Students have to solve the following on the sheet given: 
1. Ms. Singh has 483 tickets for the upcoming carnival. She wants to distribute tickets equally among 32 students. How many tickets will each student get and how many tickets will be left with her?
2. Every month Billy gets Rs. 65 as his pocket money out of which he keeps Rs. 17 in his piggy bank. One day he found that there were Rs. 612 in his piggy bank. Since how many months was he saving Rs. 17 in his piggy bank?
3. How many days are there in 1,256 weeks?
4. Write the number name of the following number according to both, Indian and International place value system.
129875249
5. A jug contains 2,640 ml of apple juice. How much will each child get if it is shared by 12 children equally?

Language: To be done in Language E.E notebook

Click on the link to access the personification homework:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UF3qVs831Oanjh6lytIe2EWHZ6DfW4gATVEh2LA6LP0/edit?usp=sharing

Note: Kindly note students are not allowed to bring the friendship belt.

 

Recap of the day July 31, 2018

Recap of the day July 31, 2018

[Recap of the day]

Math:

Students revised the concept of division.

Language:

The teacher introduced the figurative speech ‘Personification’. Later, she asked the students to scan personification phrases for which the prompts were given by the teacher.

UOI:

Learners prepared for the summative assessment presentation.

Homework

Language:

Draw personification on the given worksheet as instructed.

Math:

1) Click on the given link and play division games:

https://www.mathplayground.com/math_monster_division.html

https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_Division_Derby.html

2) Solve the following: (citation: https://www.dadsworksheets.com/worksheets/word-problems/division-word-problems-four-v4.html)

a) Reema has 3690 bottle caps. If she shares them among 23 friends, how many bottle caps does each friend get?

 

Highlights and Homework for July 27, 2018

Highlights and Homework for July 27, 2018

Stars of the day:

Groups: Empathy and Respect: for following morning procedures.

{HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAY}

Students went for the field trip for the Summative Assessment task of the unit ” Explorations”.

{HOMEWORK}

MATH:

Solve the worksheet given to you as explained. You can use the journal sheet for calculations. It is mandatory to show the rough work.

{LANGUAGE}

Goals Catered –

Reading-

1-Make predictions about a story, based on their own knowledge and experiences ; revise or confirm predictions as the story progresses.

2-Is able to comprehend the text.

Read and comprehend the story “The Magic Bowl” given on page number 25 of your “Empowering English” reference book.

  1. Go through the glossary.
  2. Use a dictionary if needed.
  3. Write the answers to the question no – 1,3,4,5,6,8,10,11 and 12 given on pg  29 and 30 in your EE notebook.
  4. Mention the date and question number clearly.
  5. Write neatly in complete sentences.

Have a Great Weekend

Highlights and Homework for 26/07/2018

Highlights and Homework for 26/07/2018

STARS OF THE DAY:

GROUPS –  EMPATHY AND COOPERATIVE: For following morning procedures

{HIGHLIGHTS}:

ICT: Learners revised and created the timeline on explorers.

LANGUAGE:

Learners were introduced to phrases.

{HOMEWORK}

LANGUAGE:

Open the link given below and answer the questions. Write only answers.

Language D

MATH:

Solve the following in your Math notebook:

1) A fun park student ticket costs Rs 2482. How much will it cost for a class of 160 students? Ensure to write the answer statement. (Think whether to multiply or to divide)

2) Solve the following:
a. 5555 /11
b. 8642/14
c. 1100/ 10
d. If 360 toffees are to be divided equally amongst 10 students, how many toffees will each student get?

 

HIGHLIGHTS AND HOMEWORK FOR JULY 24, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS AND HOMEWORK FOR JULY 24, 2018

{HIGHLIGHTS}

MATH:

Learners solved multiplication equations and word problems.

Learners took up formative assessment on place value systems.

UOI:

Learners reflected on their formative assessment and made corrections.

LANGUAGE:

Learners read and comprehended Chapter 3 from their reader ‘CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG’ using the strategy ‘Asking Questions’.

{HOMEWORK}:

MATH:

Solve the problems from the worksheet given today in your Math Homework book.

LANGUAGE:
Make brilliant sentences using the words  given below :-

  1. delight
  2. appetite
  3. gradually
  4. snarling
HIGHLIGHTS AND HOMEWORK FOR JULY 20, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS AND HOMEWORK FOR JULY 20, 2018

Highlights:

UOI –

Formative Assessment was conducted. Further, they were introduced to the summative assessment task.

Language:

Students read and comprehended a part of Chapter 3 from their reader ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ using the strategy “Making Inference” and ‘Asking Questions’.

Notes for parents for UOI SA:  Ask your child to read the following information and critically analyze where they want to visit for their UOI summative assessment and why?

Disclaimer: All the selected locations are child-friendly and will be explored by them accompanying a HRT. Kindly avoid influencing for the choice of place as this will not make their reflection very authentic.

Gopi Talav (Talab) is located in the walled city area of Surat in the inner ring (the older fort wall) and the outer ring (the extended fort wall) around the circular lake area measuring about 1,00,000 sq.mt. that includes water body 35,300 sq.mt and surrounding area 64,700 sq.mt. The travel accounts of the 17th century describe Gopi Talav as “an important urban recreational space with religious significance.”

Surat Castle, or Surat Fort, is a 16th-century structure in the city Surat. The Ahmedabad king Sultan Mahmood-III ordered its construction to defend the city from the frequent attacks that had devastated it.

Jagdish Chandra Bose Aquarium is situated in the Pal area of Surat, Gujarat, India. It is the first multidisciplinary underwater aquarium of its kind in the country and named after the Bengali scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose.

English Cemetry: The tombs in English, Dutch and Armenian cemeteries at Surat are reckoned among the most important historical monuments in the city. It is reported that there was so much competition between the Dutch and the English in Surat to impress upon the natives their importance and power that they put mausoleums instead of tombstones. Many of these are so ridiculously large and ornamental resembling Muslim tombs rather than the ordinary tombstones in Europe.

Botanical Garden Surat is popularly known as “Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden”. This pleasant garden is located on the bank of river “Tapi” in the “Ugat” area of Surat. Surat is one of the largest cities of Gujarat and well known as a “Manchester Of India”. If you are in search of a quiet and peaceful place in this crowded city then Botanical Garden Of Surat is the perfect choice for you. This tranquil place is the habitat of more than 1000 plant species. Nowadays it became one of the most visited attractions for tourist and residents. Lush green garden, Helium Balloon, Toy Train these are some attractions which are attracting many visitors, especially children.

Homework:

Math: Click on the link and solve the sums in Math homework notebook:

Cycle 5

Language:

  1. Read and comprehend the story “The Sage’s daughter” given on page number 9 of your “Empowering English” reference book.
  2. Go through the glossary.
  3. Use a dictionary if needed.
  4. Write the answers to the questions given on Page 12 in your EE notebook.
  5. Mention the date and question number clearly.
  6. Write neatly in complete sentences.

HAPPY WEEKEND

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAY-19/07/2018

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAY-19/07/2018

HIGHLIGHTS:

UOI:

Learners were introduced to mapping skills and methods of navigation.

LANGUAGE:

Learners inferred meaning, drew conclusion and made judgement about an oral presentation.

ICT:

Learners created a timeline by arranging major events based on the year/month in the article of Christopher Columbus/Vasco Da Gama

HOMEWORK:

UOI:

Read the comprehension passage of explorers and write the answers in your UOI notebook.

https://www.mrnussbaum.com/readingcomp/agestory/

 

LANGUAGE:

Find the meanings of:

ruins,bumping,crashing,old paragon,mysterious,gloom,frenzy,triumph,dejection

delight,appetite,gradually,fetched,assembled,gleamed,glinted,snarling,

Glittering,exhaust,dashboard,grinding,carburettor,distinct,purring,rumbled,roared,threatening,

Steered,rear,smashing,hurricane,speedometer,hydraulic.

Write in your UOI notebook.

 

STAR OF THE DAY:

GROUP EMPATHY

Homework for July 17, 2018

Homework for July 17, 2018

Homework:

Language: –Formative assessment notebook to be signed by parents. Learners need to do corrections as well.

Math: – Solve the following on a sheet of paper: Write neatly in an organized way with date and number.

i) Krishna stays in Delhi and he wants to visit Haryana to attend a wedding. He didn’t get the train tickets so he has to go by road. After 4 days he has to travel to Karnataka for office work.

a) He checked on google map that it will take 2 hours and 7 minutes to reach Haryana. He started his journey at 2:58 pm. At what time will he reach Haryana?

b) The distance from Delhi to Haryana is 123 km. If the distance from Delhi to Karnataka is 17 times more than the distance from Delhi to Haryana, find the distance from Delhi to Karnataka in km.

ii) Solve the following:

a) 456 x 25

b) 856 / 12

c) 238 x 48

d) 750/ 5

PTI – Term 1 – Appointment Slots – Mettle

PTI – Term 1 – Appointment Slots – Mettle

Dear Parents,

Find the timing for PTI scheduled on 13th and 14th July, 2018.

Kindly adhere to your timings.

Slots Start Time End Time 13th July 14th July
1 7:30 8:05 Aditya Dhanderia Aarya Berlia
2 8:05 8:40 Karan Viradia Palak Agrawal
3 9:05 9:40 Arjun Khandelwal Rivaa Jajoo
4 9:40 10:15 Manit Bhasin Ayush Gupta
5 10:15 10:50 Navya Poddar Aryan Modi
6 10:50 11:25 Suhani Bhanthia Kanika Chandak
7 11:25 12:00 Pratyush Bansal Rewan Jariwala
8 12:35 13:10 Frewin Sankhedawala Jaanav Salia
9 13:10 13:45 Shiv Modi
10 13:45 14:20 Adya Mittal
Few Important points regarding the meeting
  • Each slot will be of 35 minutes (30 minutes discussion and 5 minutes transition time)
  • Students will accompany and wait outside the class, while the PTI discussion is going on and join the meeting for goal setting. 
  • It is compulsory for both parents to attend this meeting.
  • Please ensure that you have discussed and mutually decided (along with your child) 2 goals (1 behavior and 1 academic).