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Grade 6 Deliberate – PTC Appointment Slots

Grade 6 Deliberate – PTC Appointment Slots

Dear Parents,

Kindly refer to the PDF(Appointment Slots) given below indicating the slots booked by you for the PTC on 27th April. Your participation and support is crucial in order to help us lead your child to the path of success. Thus, please ensure your presence for the PTC. You are requested to go through the detailed Term 2 report which has been shared with you earlier. The slot duration is of 20 mins each which includes 5 minutes of transition time.

Appointment slots

Note

  • Kindly ensure that you submit the old ID cards to the HRT.
  • It is compulsory to get the child along for the meeting.
  • Please adhere to the timings allotted to you.

Regards,

Shreya Chawla.

Highlights for Cycle No.30

Highlights for Cycle No.30

There is never enough time to enjoy what you love.’ – Joyce Rachelle

With eighteen days to go for the D-day, students are working with a lot of zest. Students began the week by meeting their mentors, having ice-breaking activities along with discussing their strengths and weaknesses to develop a bond amongst them. They also happened to converse about their topic selected.

In addition to these mentor meetings, students jumped into the process of PYP Exhibition by penning down their primary idea of their selected topic.

Furthermore, they jotted down their thoughtful questions based on their selected topic which were then segregated into open and close-ended questions using which they moved further to frame the lines of inquiry. They also connected these lines of inquiry with the key concepts.

Likewise, towards the end of the week, our junior analysts started working towards extraction of useful information for their research work, going for field trips and conducting surveys & interviews for authentic data.

Moving on in the journey, the students will now experience the most awaited and exciting part in the upcoming cycle wherein they will start exploring the various art forms in order to work upon their medium of influence.

Regards,
Grade 6 Team.

Grade 6 Deliberate – 4th March’19

Grade 6 Deliberate – 4th March’19

Homework

A) Complete the reflection of the art performances and learning centres in the journal, if incomplete.

B) Fill this reflection sheet based on the TED talk by Simon Sinek shown in class. The video has been uploaded on Blendspace link, tile –  9.

Reflection tool for the same has been shared with you through Google Drive. (Draw the graphic organiser in your PYP ex journal)

Grade 6 Deliberate – 1st March’19

Grade 6 Deliberate – 1st March’19

Homework

A) Remember to get the ‘Exhibition Contract’ signed by the parents and submit it on Monday without fail.

B) Revise the following :

  • Calendar invite
  • E-mail writing

C) Explore the PYP Exhibition website and use the ICT tool ‘Coggle’ to express your understanding. Remember to share the presentation with me.

Grade 6 Deliberate – 26th February’19

Grade 6 Deliberate – 26th February’19

Homework

A) Dear students,

We will have the learning centers activity tomorrow, you need to make 5 different Graphic Organisers of your choice in your PYP journal and fill the same while exploring the centers.
You may refer to the following repository folder or create one of your own – https://drive.google.com/open?id=1H92CBMQSa-Rnv7xXQ0pVgMFk3EaZ-BUG

B) Dear students,

You have been appreciating the surroundings in many ways so far, but it is time to show a caring attitude towards our planet, towards each living being, towards the resources which makes our life easier. Let us watch the following videos –
A simple yet powerful task is, to design a poster post watching these videos. You need to critically think for a problem you witness around you locally or globally, think of a creative solution ( it can be as simple as one shown in the talent awareness video as it has to be a doable task).
You would want to add the following points in your poster –
– A situation around which disturbs you.
– A possible solution to that problem.
– A movement to engage more people in this problem-solving.
– A slogan or a quote to spark that awareness in the viewer’s mind.
You have come a long way so far and it is for sure that you are furthermore critical thinkers, problem solvers and the communicators with “I CAN, I WILL…” attitude.
Let us make this planet a more safe and friendly place for one and all.
The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance.” – Nathaniel Nranden