Highlights and homework – Day 3 and 4 – April 1st and 2nd

## Highlights and homework – Day 3 and 4 – April 1st and 2nd

UOI – Learners researched the role of demand and supply through several books. They made connections to the demand and supply depending on the needs and wants. Further, they talk about the relationship between price based on demand and supply. They also discussed demand and supply being affected by the distribution of resources in the market.

Math – Learners confidently presented their understanding of the fractions in the SLC.

Language – Learners practised narrative writing step 1 – prewriting.

Homework –

UOI –

1. Read page 6, 7, 16 and 17 of the book ‘What is Trade?’ from Getepic.com (Details of the books and the class code is sent on the mail)
2. Take notes in your book (You may use thinking routine as per your choice)

Math –

1. Read the fraction story – Fraction_0204 (source)
2. Answer the questions in the worksheet provided to you based on the fraction story.
Highlights and Homework – Day 2 – March 29th

## Highlights and Homework – Day 2 – March 29th

UoI – Learners inquired about role of demand and supply and it’s relationship to price fluctuation.

Math – Learners continued to practice for the SLC.

Homework:

UOI: Inquire your parents about the price fluctuation(changes in price) of vegetables they know about. Create a Google Doc (or any other ICT tool that you would like) to present your finding.

Math: Visit the link and complete the worksheet in your Math HW notebook.

Cycle-31-Math-Mixed-Bag

Language: Visit the link and complete the worksheet in your language EE notebook.

Lang-mixed-bag-cycle-31

Highlights and homework – Day 6 & 1 – March 27th & 28th

## Highlights and homework – Day 6 & 1 – March 27th & 28th

UOI – Using the Big 6 research tool, learners researched about ‘Economic activities.’ They also found information about consumptions, production, exchange, goods and services. They learned about the barter system during the read-aloud of a book called ‘A new coat for Anna by Harriet Ziefert’

Math – Learners continued to work on their Fractions summative assessment preparations.

Language – Based on the teacher feedback, learners revised the poem written by them in the previous session.

Homework –

Math – Taken from the reference book – The joy of Mathematics. Complete the below stated word problems in your Math HW notebook.

1. Mr. Fraction painted 1/5 of his wall on Monday, 3/10 on Tuesday and 3/10 on Wednesday. How much has he painted altogether?
2. Nina required two three-fourth meters of cloth for her uniform, while her sister Seema required three and a half meter of cloth. How much material did their mother buy for them?
3. There were 6 five-seventh cakes, 3 two-thirds were eaten. How much was left?
4. A rope was 10 two-eighth meters long, 3 five-eighth meters was cut off. How much was left?

Language – As per your need, practice any one or both of the task.

Task 1 – Choose the suitable transition words from the list and rewrite the complete sentence in your Language EE notebook. Transition Words Worksheet_ Connecting Ideas

Task 2 – Match the description with emotions and rewrite the same in your Language EE notebook make-match-show-dont-tell

Highlights and homework – Day 5 – March 26th

## Highlights and homework – Day 5 – March 26th

Math – Learners continued to prepare for the fractions summative assessment task.

Homework –

Language –

1. Re-read and revise – Mixbag dated  March 15th
2. Revise as per suggestion for the Mixbag dated March 22nd

Math –

1. Revise / Redo Math FA
2. Explore the ideas for Fractions SA/SLC.
Highlights and homework – Day 3 – March 22nd

## Highlights and homework – Day 3 – March 22nd

UOI – Learners discussed the notes collected by them about economic activities. Later, they concluded economic activities involved production, distribution, consumption and exchange of goods and services. In order to understand economic activities, they decided to inquire more about goods and services, lines of distributions, the role of demand and supply for goods/services.

Math – Learners practised conversion of improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa and real-life word problems of the same.

Learners were also introduced to the summative assessment task of fractions which will be presented through Student-led conference.

Language – Learners drafted poetry based on the previous session’s pre-writing.

Homework –

Math – Complete the Math Mixed bag Cycle 30 in your Math HW notebook and graph in the graph book.

Language – Complete the Language Mixed bag Cycle 31 in the journal sheet provided to you.

Note – You may wish to practice typing skills through this link.

Highlights and homework – Day 6 and Day 1 – March 18th and 19th

## Highlights and homework – Day 6 and Day 1 – March 18th and 19th

UOI – Learners focused on the transdisciplinary theme and recollected the different units they learned in the PYP so far. Later, they focused on the theme ‘How we organise ourselves’ inquired about the aspect ‘economic activities and their impact on humankind and environment.’ Learners were also introduced to the research tool Big 6. As they will be leading the inquiry for the current unit using Big 6.

Language – Learners were provided feedback for the drafting done by them in the previous session. Later, they revised and edited their draft.

Math – Learners were introduced to addition and subtraction of mixed numbers. Later, they practised the same along with the conversion of mixed numbers to improper fractions and vice versa.

Math:

Task 1 – Choose anyone video to revisit the improper fractions. Video 1 or Video 2. (This HW is Optional)

Task 2 – Game 1 – Fractions to whole numbers

Task 3 – Practice through division – Conversion (Rough work to be shown in the Math book) (Attempt 3 sums)

Task 4 – Do as directed –

1.     2  1/2    –    1   2/3
2.     7   3/4   +   4   1/5

UOI: Find out what is economic activities and take notes in your UOI notebook.

Resource to use for research are image and video (watch video till 1.28)

Highlights and homework – Day 5 – March 15th

## Highlights and homework – Day 5 – March 15th

Math – Learners were introduced to the conversion of improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa.

Language – Learners drafted the narrative writing based on pre-writing done in the previous session.

Homework –

Math: Complete the  Mixed bag Cycle 30in your Math HW

Language: Complete the mixed bag cycle 30pdf in your Language EE notebook.

Kindly note, on Monday in the circle time, discussion of worries will be taken care of. So contemplate on what’s worrying you. Write it on a piece of paper. You may or may not choose to write your name.

Homework – Day 4

## Homework – Day 4

Math –

1. 12/15 and 3/5

Compare the following fractions

1. 12/18 and 6/9

Reorder the following fractions into ascending order

1. 2/4, 1/4 and 3/4

Highlights and homework – Day 2 – March 12th

## Highlights and homework – Day 2 – March 12th

UOI – Learners completed the summative assessment for the unit beliefs and values.

Homework –

Math –

1. Attempt adding like fractions game online
2. Attempt adding unlike fractions practice online.

Language – Do as directed in the Language worksheet. Write your responses in your Language EE notebook.

Highlights and homework – Day 6 – March 8th

## Highlights and homework – Day 6 – March 8th

UOI – Learners continued to prepare for the presentation. Later, they worked on their portfolio.

Math – Learners practised addition and subtraction with real-life word problems.

Homework –

UOI – Practice for your presentation.

Math –

Task 1 – Complete both the task started in the class today.

Task 2 – Complete the Math Mixed bag_Cycle 29 in your Math HW notebook.

Language – Complete the  Language Mixed bag cycle 29 in your language EE notebook.