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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.

 

Highlights and homework – Day 2 and 3 – January 9th and 10th

Highlights and homework – Day 2 and 3 – January 9th and 10th

UOI – Learners continued to work on summative assessment task.

Math – Learners were introduced to HCF and further, they learned to find HCF through prime factorisation method (Tabular method).

Homework –

Math –

  1. Watch the video – Highest Common Factor
  2. Write the definition in your book – When we find all the factors of two or more numbers, and some factors are the same (“common”), then the largest of those common factors is the Greatest Common Factor or Highest Common Factor. – From Mathisfun.com
  3. Complete the worksheet.
  4. In your Math notebook, copywrite the passage sent through the email.

Note about Fitness Project – Learners saw Rujuta Diwekar’s video for Week 1. They understood the importance of eating healthy food at the start of the day. Further, they learned about the kind of food they should eat. Students have agreed that they will modify and follow the routine suggested in the video. Parents are requested to support the students in their project. An email is sent with more details about this week.