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PTC Slots

PTC Slots

Dear Parents,

Kindly refer to the table below for the  PTC slot on 27th April. You are requested to go through the detailed reports and assessment sheets shared with you earlier. Ensure to be on time with the points to be discussed after going through the detailed reports sent by us.

Slots Start Time End Time Student Name
1 7:30 7:45 Reet
2 7:50 8:05 Diya
3 8:10 8:25 Ipsita
Breakfast 8:30 8:45
4 8:50 9:05 Swara
5 9:10 9:25 Mannan
6 9:30 9:45 Mishty
7 9:50 10:05 Aadi
8 10:10 10:25 Yug
9 10:30 10:45 Vedant
10 10:50 11:05 Mayaan
11 11:10 11:25 Aarav
12 11:30 11:45 Pradyumna
13 11:50 12:05 Mudita
Lunch 12:10 12:35
14 12:40 12:55 nirmay
15 13:00 13:15 Oviya
16 13:20 13:35 Mahit
17 13:40 13:55 Gitesh
18 14:00 14:15 Sana
19 14:20 14:35 Prisha
20 14:40 14:55 Anshul

 

Note: Term end assessment papers are sent.

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Highlights and homework -19th April 2019

Highlights and homework -19th April 2019

Dear parents,

Day 5, Friday

Highlights 

UOI

The business fair was executed.

Homework

UOI

Answer the following questions in your UOI notebook:

1. Explain the relationship between demand and supply by giving an example of any of your goods or services.
2. What was the impact on the market ( or sales at your stall) if people sold similar products?
3. Explain the process of ‘Exchange’ by giving two examples.
4. Which good/service was most in demand? Why?
5. Which good/service was not much in demand? Why?
6. Which skills did you apply while conducting the Business Fair?
7. Two things that went really well and two areas of improvement.
8. What is your key learning from the Business Fair?

 

Kindly note that Hindi & Gujarati assessment sheets and AS reports are sent with the students.

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Highlights and homework – 16th April 2019

Highlights and homework – 16th April 2019

Dear parents,

Highlights

Language

Students continued Language term end assessment.

Math

Students revised the concepts learned so far.

Homework 

Math

Visit the link and practice measuring angles.

Challenge: Visit the link and practice fractions.

 

Language

Visit the link and complete the worksheet

Explain the Personification

 

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Highlights and homework – 11th April 2019

Highlights and homework – 11th April 2019

Dear parents,

Day 5,

Highlights

MATH 

Students constructed angles independently.

LANGUAGE

Learners continued their “Term end assessment.”

HOMEWORK

MATH

Task 1

Visit the link and complete the worksheet 

Homework

Task 2

Do as directed

a) Construct an angle less than 180°

b) Construct an angle > 30° and <100°

c) Construct an angle showing an angle > 45° and <120°

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

 

Highlights and homework – 5th April 2019

Highlights and homework – 5th April 2019

Dear parents,

Day 1,

Highlights

Math

Students learned to measure the angles using the protractor.

UOI

Learners went for a field trip to the Tupperware office where they were able to make connections with LOI 2 distribution of goods and services and key concept connection.

 

Homework

Language

Visit the link and complete the worksheet

Mixed Bag cycle 32

 

Math

Visit the link and complete the worksheet

Cycle 32 Math_Mixed bag

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa

Highlights and homework – 4th April 2019

Highlights and homework – 4th April 2019

Dear parents,

Day 6,

Highlights

Language

Students revised and edited their writing piece.

Math

Students revised types of angles.

Homework

Language

-vocabulary-worksheet

Learn the dictation words.

Math

Task 1

Revisit the concepts by practicing through this game

https://www.education.com/game/geometry-house/

Task 2

Create a chart creatively about Point, Line, Line segment and Ray (Ensure to give definition, illustration and examples)

 

Regards,

Manjeetkaur Khalsa