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Highlights and homework –

## Highlights and homework –

Highlights

UOI

Learners prepared for their summative assessment task.

Math

Learners practised addition and subtraction of unlike fractions.

Homework

UOI

Prepare for the UOI SA task and complete the PPT.

Math

Task 1

Do as directed:

a) Find the HCF of 18 and 54

b) Find the LCM of 86 and 92

c) Add: 5/6 + 2 /8

d) Subtract: 4/7 – 1/5

e) Simplify the following:

i) 12/26                           ii) 72/90

f) Anita filled a bucket with 2/3 litre of water. A few minutes later, she realized only 1/8 litre water remained. How much water had leaked out of the bucket?

Task 2

Visit the links and practice fractions:

Highlights and homework – Day 3 – March 5th

## Highlights and homework – Day 3 – March 5th

Math – Learners were introduced to addition and subtraction of like fractions. Further, they practiced the same in the class.

Language / UOI – For the UOI integrated summative assessment task, learners completed step 1, i.e. pre-writing of the narrative.

Homework –

Math –

Task 1 – Revisit the last weekend homework and check if all the task are attempted by you. Complete the ones which are missed. Recheck your work and revise as necessary.

Task 2 – Do as directed.

1. Write all the factors of 45
2. Find the HCF of 55 and 75
3. Find the LCM of 24 and 36
4. Find two equivalent fractions of 5/25
5. Simplify the following fractions: 14/28, 10/25
6. Add the following fractions: 3/7 and 1/7
7. Subtract 3/10 from 7/10
8. Add 22 m 10 cm to 31 m 19 cm
9. Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle with the length 8 m and breadth 12 m.

Language – Complete this in your Language writing notebook – Homework_ cycle 28 Narrative story.

Highlights and homework – Day 1 – March 1st

## Highlights and homework – Day 1 – March 1st

UOI – Learners were introduced to summative assessments task and briefed about the criteria.

Language – Learners drafted the narrative piece with the peer.

Homework –

Math – Complete the Math Mixed Bag – Cycle 28 in the Math notebook.

Language – Complete the Language Mixed Bag 28 in the Language EE notebook.

Highlights and homework – Day 6 – February 28th

## Highlights and homework – Day 6 – February 28th

Language – Learners completed the drafting, revising and edition of the ‘We Do draft.’ Further, they practised brainstorming about the topic for narrative writing in pairs.

Math – Learners attempted the formative assessment for equivalent fractions, simplification, comparing and ordering fractions.

Homework –

Math – Revisit the fractions concept learned so far through Blendspace Fractions.

Language –

1. Read the story – The Closet Creature.
2. Create a Google Document and enter your answers for the above read story in the document.

UOI –

1. Research about the topic chosen by you for You Do together. (You may share your research notes with your partner and teacher on a google document)
2. Research about the topic related to the ongoing unit for the summative assessment task.

Highlights and homework – Day 4 – February 26th

## Highlights and homework – Day 4 – February 26th

UOI – Learners celebrated cultural day be eating and sharing the traditional food brought from home and dress up in their cultural attire. Further, they shared about an artefact symbolising their family’s beliefs and values.

Math – Learners were introduced to the ordering of the like and unlike fractions.

Homework –

Math –

Task 1 – Complete the equivalent fractions worksheet.

Task 2 – Attempt the Ordering game online.

Language – Attempt adjective and adverb test online. (Scroll down the page)

Highlights and homework – Day 2 – February 22nd

## Highlights and homework – Day 2 – February 22nd

UOI – Learners had a skype session with a Thailand resident. Through the ICT, they inquired further into the inquiry and understood a different culture.

Math – Learners were introduced to like and unlike fractions and further comparison of the fractions.

Language – Learners started the “We do”  session for the narrative writing following the writing process.

Homework –

Math –

Task 1 – Complete the Math Mixbag Cycle 27

Task 2 – Solve the Comparing Fractions in your Math notebook.

Language –

Task 1 – Complete the Language Mixed Bag 27

Task 2 – Research on Gujarati and Bengali wedding rituals and traditions for narrative writing. (Take your notes in Language writing notebook)

Highlights and homework – Day 1 – February 21st

## Highlights and homework – Day 1 – February 21st

UOI – Learners attempted formative assessment for LOI 1 and 3.

Math – Learners practised equivalent fractions and simplification of fractions through worksheets.

Homework –

Math –

1. Complete both the worksheet started in the class.
2. Attempt practice of equivalent fraction through this online game – https://www.helpingwithmath.com/resources/games/fraction_game4/equivalent01.html  (This HW for the ones who were done with both the worksheets in the class.)

Language –

1. Write the meaning of significance in your Langauge EE notebook and make 2 sentences using the same.
2. Complete Week 11 Day 5 in your Language EE notebook.
Highlights and homework – Day 5 – February 19th

## Highlights and homework – Day 5 – February 19th

UOI – Learners attended ‘Human Library’ which was based on their ongoing unit ‘Beliefs and Values.’

Language – Learners were introduced to the narrative writing following the writing process.

Math – Learners were clarified about their doubts about the ongoing concept ‘factors, multiples, prime numbers, composite numbers, HCF and LCM.’

Homework –

Math –

Task 1 – Recheck and redo Math mix bag homework.

Task 2 – Do as directed in your Math HW notebook – (Show calculation of each task)

1. Is 4746 divisible by 2, 5, 6 and 9? Justify.
2. Is 4080 divisible by 3, 4, 8 and 10? Justify
3. Find  a) the factors of 96    b) the 3 multiples of 14

4. Find the HCF of 72 and 86
5. Find the LCM of 24 and 42
6. Find the first two equivalent fractions of:

(a) 6 / 10
(b) 27 / 81

7. Simplify and check whether the following fractions are equivalent or not:

(a)    9 / 12                       4 / 3

(b)    25 / 30                  10 / 18

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 1 – February 12th

## Highlights and homework – Day 1 – February 12th

Math – Learners learned to find equivalent fractions as well as the simplified form for the given fractions.

Homework –

Math – Complete the worksheet provided to you.