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Highlights and Homework – Day 3 – February 14th

Highlights and Homework – Day 3 – February 14th

UoI – Using the comprehension strategy ‘Determining importance,’ learners inquired about significance of rituals and traditions. They used resources like books such as How I celebrate, What do you believe and What is culture? and online resource – https://www.speakingtree.in/allslides/mysteries-explored-shocking-science-behind-hindu-traditions/151580

Math – Learners practised finding equivalent fractions through multiplication.

Language – Learners learned about hooks and endings. They watched the videos 

Homework –

UoI –

Task 1 – Visit the link and frame questions for the speakers chosen by you: Human Library

 

Task 2 – Visit the link, read the article and take your notes through anchor chart stated as below.

https://raisingchildren.net.au/babies/family-life/routines-rituals/family-rituals

Create a table to reflect on what you read. ( minimum 2 points)

Connection +

 

 

 Question ?

 

 

Wow! 

 

 

 The gist of the Article:

 

 

Math –

Task 1 – Complete the Mixed bag- Cycle 26 worksheet.

Task 2 – Complete the Equivalent Fractions worksheet.

Language –

Task 1 – Complete the mix bag –Lang_Mixed Bag cycle 26

Task 2 – Create interesting hooks as directed in the worksheet – Hook your reader worksheet

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 and homework – Day 3 – January 29th

Highlights and homework – Day 3 – January 29th

Math: Learners were introduced to Fractions. They were also introduced to the terms part, whole, denominator, numerator and fraction through different learning centres. Later, they practised identifying fraction through a worksheet.

Language: Learners learned to revise the poem as per the feedback. The teacher showed how to incorporate feedback in the poem.

Homework:

Math:

  1. Complete the worksheet.
  2. Complete the copywriting task.

Language: Revise the poem as per feedback provided by the teacher. Post revising, write a new draft.

Note for students: Tomorrow morning, kindly come directly to Hippodrome for assembly.

Highlights and Homework – Day 1 – January 25th

Highlights and Homework – Day 1 – January 25th

Life class – Learners were introduced to terms – sex, gender, gender roles, gender identity and gender stereotype. They further shared their personal experiences of being caught in gender stereotype and established an understanding about equality among male and female.

Homework –

UOI – Complete the work in your UOI notebook.

1. Write 5 things that you do daily

2. Write 2 things that you have learnt to do from your parents and you do it only once or sometimes in a year.

Math: Visit the link and solve the questions in math HW notebook.

cycle 24 mixed bag Math

Language: 

Task 1: You have to read the personal narrative thoroughly and answer the following question in the writer ’s notebook.

  • Give a title of your choice to the story.
  • Add 1 figure of speech in the story and underline it.

Note: Students have to stick the worksheet in the writer’s notebook without fail.

Highlights and homework – Day 5 and 6 – January 23rd and 24th

Highlights and homework – Day 5 and 6 – January 23rd and 24th

UOI – Learners discussed the centres they explored on the previous day and developed an understanding of ‘Culture, Tradition, Beliefs and Values.’

Language – Learners were introduced to 6 Traits of Writing. Further, making connections to some of the traits like ‘Organisation, Word Choice, Convention and Sentence Fluency,’ transition words were introduced.

Math – Learners practised factors, multiples, divisibility rules, LCM and HCF. Later, they appeared for formative assessment.

Homework –

Language – Complete both the worksheets.

Math – Attempt online quiz on HCF and LCM. (You may calculate mentally) https://www.transum.org/software/SW/Starter_of_the_day/Students/HCF_LCM.asp

 

Highlights and homework – Day 3 and 4 – January 21st and 22nd

Highlights and homework – Day 3 and 4 – January 21st and 22nd

UOI – Learners completed portfolio for the previous unit and further, their prior knowledge was assessed for the new unit.

Math – Learners practised LCM through a real-life word problem and sums.

Language – Learners completed revision on Uttrayan descriptive writing.

Homework –

Math – Complete the following in your Math notebook.

Task 1 – Find the numbers that are divisible by highlighted number:

  1. 142, 777, 397 – 3
  2. 152, 521, 336 – 4
  3. 2, 35, 600 – 6

Task 2 – Find the LCM of –

  1. 12 and 18
  2. 18 and 72
  3. 36 and 54

Language –

  1. Describe ‘Ad Mad Show’ using the technique ‘Show, don’t tell’ in your Language writing notebook.
  2. Complete copywriting.
Highlights and homework – Day 1 and 2 – January 17th and 18th

Highlights and homework – Day 1 and 2 – January 17th and 18th

UOI – Learners completed end of unit reflection for media unit.

Math – Students practised finding HCF. Later, they were introduced to the term ‘Least Common Multiple’ through a group activity.

Language – Learners practised writing a poem.

Homework –

Math:

  1. Complete Math Mixed bag Cycle 23 (1) in your Math HW notebook.

Language:

  1. Complete Language Mixed Bag cycle 23 in your Language EE notebook.
  2. Complete copywriting in your Language EE notebook.
Highlights and homework – Day 5 – January 15th

Highlights and homework – Day 5 – January 15th

Math – Learners practised HCF using ‘Prime Factorisation Tabular method’ and further they were introduced to ‘Tree method.’

Language – Learners continued to revise their descriptive writing as per feedback is given by the teacher.

Homework –

Language –

  1. Complete the revision and write the new draft by adding new points.
  2. Copywriting

Math –

Task 1 – Complete the following in your Math HW notebook –

  1. Even numbers are the multiples of ________.
  2. 24 is an even number but 29 is an ________ number.
  3. ________ is neither prime nor composite number.
  4. ________ is the only even prime number.
  5. The smallest prime number is ________.
  6. The smallest odd composite number is ________.
  7. There are ________ prime numbers between 1 and 15.

Task 2 –

  1. Find the HCF of 45 and 50 using the Tabular method.
  2. Find the HCF of 18 and 24 using the Tree method.

Refer to the links for revision – Tabular Method and Tree Method.