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Recap of the day – 22/2/19

Recap of the day – 22/2/19

Day 2, Friday

Math- Students practiced comparing fractions.

Language- Learners started the “We do”  session for the narrative writing following the writing process. (Drafting)

U O I – Learners attended the Skype session with a guest speaker named Pla Hathaithip Wongrat. She gave useful insights into the culture of Thailand.

Homework

Math- Visit the link and complete the worksheet.

Math Mixbag Cycle 27

Language- Visit the link and complete the worksheet

Mixed Bag 27

U O  I –  Research more about the beliefs, values, and artefacts and significance of the rituals and traditions of Thailand, similarities and differences between their beliefs and ours.

NOTE: The worksheet of math is another one but it’s fun.

Have a great weekend.

 

Recap of the day – 21/2/18

Recap of the day – 21/2/18

DAY 1 THURSDAY 

Math – Learners were introduced to like and unlike fractions. Later, they also learned to compare fractions.

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

HOMEWORK 

Math –Microsoft Word – strip-1

Language – Homework

Task 2 –

Students will rewrite the following dialogues in their Writer’s notebook so that it sounds like a real and interesting conversation.

Dad: These lights will make an outstanding decoration.

Boy: What is the purpose of the lights?

Dad: I find the lights to be pleasing and festive.

Boy: May I assist you?

Dad: Of course, dear boy. Hold these lights and hand them up to me when I tell you to.

Boy: Thank you, father. I find the lights to be pleasing and festive too!

Citation: https://www.englishworksheetsland.com/grade4/writing/11/1believe.pdf

 

Recap of the day – 19/2/19

Recap of the day – 19/2/19

UOI: As a part of the Human Library, students discussed traditions and rituals and beliefs and values behind them with the guest speakers.

Math: Students practiced equivalent fractions.

Language: Teacher modeled out how to draft a narrative piece.

Homework 

Math: Solve the following in math homework notebook

Students have to do as directed:
Q.1) Find 3 equivalent fractions of the following: 4/3, 4/5, 6/3, 2/4 and 10/5
Q.2) Simplify the given fractions and write whether they are equivalent or not:

(a) 12/16 and 8/10

(b) 24/36 and 18/27

Language : 

Visit the links and revise story Hooks and Endings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2H29fRVqf8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJMQWNd1TT8

 

Recap of the day – 14/2/19

Recap of the day – 14/2/19

Day 3, Thursday

Math: Visit the link and complete the worksheet:

Math Mixed bag

Language: Visit the link and complete the worksheet:

Mixed Bag 

UOI: 

Task 1: Visit the link, read the article and answer the questions:

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

Q 1) Name a few rituals mentioned in the article.
Q 2) Which rituals are carried out in your family? (Make connection)

Task 2: Visit the link and frame questions for the speakers chosen by you:

Human Library

Recap of the day – 12/2/19

Recap of the day – 12/2/19

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

U O I – Learners revised the learning outcome of the read aloud done earlier and connected with their beliefs, values, culture and tradition.

HOMEWORK

Math – Do as directed :

Find all the factors of
a) 20
b) 36
Find the first five multiples of
a) 6
b) 26
Find the HCF of
a) 10 and 15
b) 28 and 35
c) 12 and 33
Find the LCM of
a) 10 and 25
b) 6 and 15
c) 14 and 20

Language –  

Homework cycle 25

Recap of the day – 1/2/19

Recap of the day – 1/2/19

U O I – Hot potato activity based on the keywords of the ongoing unit was conducted followed by the read-aloud of the book “How my parents learned to eat” by Ina.R.Friedman which catered to the significance of rituals and traditions.

Math – Learners explored different centers and understood the concept of ‘Equivalent Fraction’.

HOMEWORK

Math – visit the link and solve the worksheet.

Language – Visit the link and do the worksheet.

Task 1:  Read the story and answer the questions https://www.k5learning.com/sites/all/files/reading-comprehension-worksheet-grade-4-Ray.pdf

Task 2: Search the meaning of the following phrases/words and frame dialogues using them as dialogue tags.

  • Muttered under her breathe
  • Gruffly told off
  • Growled
  • Mumbled
  • Inquired

Recap of the day – 31/1/19

Recap of the day – 31/1/19

U O I –

Learners discussed about their routine and daily tasks and came up with the keywords Beliefs ,values,ritual and traditions.

Homework

Math –

Students have to do as directed:
a) Illustrate and show 2/5
b) Illustrate and show 4/6
c) In my fruit basket there are 13 pieces of fruit, 5 of which are oranges. How can we express the number of oranges as a fraction?
d) Sam collected 36 coins in total. He gave 18 of them to his sister. What fraction of coins did he give?

Language –

Recap of the day – 29/1/19

Recap of the day – 29/1/19

Day 3 Tuesday

Math – Students revised the concept of ‘Fractions’ through some real-life scenarios.

ICT – Students learned to create a mindmup.

Language – Students practiced writing Dialogues.

HOMEWORK

Math – 

Visit the link and complete the worksheet in the notebook.

Fraction HW

 

Language – Do the worksheet as explained.

Visit the link and complete the worksheet:;

https://www.englishworksheetsland.com/grade5/writing/12/4using.pdf