Browsed by
Category: G4 Fortitude

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.
DICTATION WORDS

DICTATION WORDS

Learn the given words:

Cycle 27
Sr. No. Words
1 bounce
2 proceed
3 advance
4 leave
5 depart
6 come
7 approach
8 arrive
9 allow
10 permit
11 authorize
12 license
13 empower
14 enable
15 qualify
16 jump
17 spring

Thank You

Regards

Pooja Reshamwala

Grade – 4 Gujarati (Ab initio level) Homework (Cycle – 26 2nd HW) Date – 20/02/2019

Grade – 4 Gujarati (Ab initio level) Homework (Cycle – 26 2nd HW) Date – 20/02/2019

ગૃહકાર્ય ( गृहकार्य ) :

નીચે આપેલી Link પરથી Video જુઓ અને કોઈ ૫ (5) વિરોધી શબ્દ તમારી નોટબુક માં લખો,
नीचे दी गई link से Video देखें और किसी ५ (5) विलोम शब्द का लेखन नोटबुक में करें |

(Kindly ignore the word – ઉબેલું)

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EudBPKrc6Fs

Grade – 4 Gujarati (Standard level) Homework (Cycle – 26 2nd HW) Date – 20/02/2019

Grade – 4 Gujarati (Standard level) Homework (Cycle – 26 2nd HW) Date – 20/02/2019

પતંગિયા પાઠ્યપુસ્તકમાંથી


૧) પેજ નંબર – ૫૮ (58) પર આપેલી કવિતા – ૮ “ગુર્જરીને ભૂલતાં નહીં” નું વાંચન કરો.


૨) પેજ નંબર – ૫૯ (59)પર આપેલ શબ્દોનો પ્રયોગ કરી વાક્યો બનાવી લખો અને અંગ્રેજી શબ્દોનું ગુજરાતી અર્થ લખો.

Hindi highlights and homework for Grade 4 – Cycle 26 (20/2/2019)

Hindi highlights and homework for Grade 4 – Cycle 26 (20/2/2019)

कक्षा कार्य 

वर्णनात्मक लेखन का FA लिया गया |

गृहकार्य

वाचन और लेखन कार्य : पाठ्य पुस्तक में पेज़ नं. 90 से 92 पर दिए वार्तालाप ‘पार्क में’ का वाचन करें और 92,93, 94 पर दिए अभ्यास कार्य का लेखन करें |

निम्नलिखित विशेषण शब्दों का वाचन करें |

विशेषण शब्द

  • गुण- भला, उचित, अच्छा, ईमानदार, सरल, विनम्र, बुद्धिमानी, सच्चा, दानी, न्यायी, सीधा, शान्त आदि।
  • रूप/रंग- लाल, पीला, नीला, हरा, सफेद, काला, बैंगनी, सुनहरा, चमकीला, धुँधला, फीका।
  • आकार- गोल, चौकोर, सुडौल, समान, पीला, सुन्दर, नुकीला, लम्बा, चौड़ा, सीधा, तिरछा, बड़ा, छोटा, चपटा, ऊँचा, मोटा, पतला आदि।
  • स्वाद- मीठा, कड़वा, नमकीन, तीखा, खट्टा, सुगंधित आदि।
  • दशा /अवस्था- दुबला, पतला, मोटा, भारी, पिघला, गाढ़ा, गीला, सूखा, घना, गरीब, उद्यमी, पालतू, रोगी, स्वस्थ, हल्का, बूढ़ा आदि।
  • स्थान- उजाड़, चौरस, भीतरी, बाहरी, उपरी, सतही, पूरबी, दायाँ, बायाँ, स्थानीय, देशीय, क्षेत्रीय, असमी, पंजाबी, अमेरिकी, भारतीय, विदेशी, ग्रामीण आदि।

नोट :

  • गृहकार्य करते समय दिनांक और HW अवश्य लिखें |
  • वर्तनी और मात्राओं पर ध्यान दें |
  • गृहकार्य करने के बाद गुरूवार को कक्षा में पुस्तक अवश्य जमा करवाएँ |
  • हिंदी कहानी का वाचन अवश्य करवाएँ और ‘वाचन सारणी नोटबुक में ‘फरवरी’ महीने में भरें |
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

Important Note (Music)

Important Note (Music)

Dear parent,

This is to inform you that music assessment will be held in cycle 27. In which students are expected to present taal Jhaptaal (Oral + written) under the unit Notation system.

Here I am posting the notation of Taal – Jhaptaal, so that students can practice at home and prepare themselves for the assessment.

All the best…!!!

 

 

Source : https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Zr3Xzs5uurg/maxresdefault.jpg

Goa Super Cup

Goa Super Cup

 

GOA SUPER CUP IS NEAR

Dear Parents

We are pleased to present you information about the Goa Super Cup – Season 6 (9 – 13 May 2019).

The GOA SUPER CUP (GSC) is India’s premier youth football tournament held annually in the state of Goa. The May 2019 edition will be the SIXTH edition of the GSC.

ABOUT GOA SUPER CUP: The GSC is organised by Football School of India (FSI). FSI is headquartered in Navi Mumbai & has over 22 training centres across India. The GSC’s organising committee includes the founders of FSI who are former India international players & are currently involved with India’s national teams in various capacities. The organising committee also includes heads & managers with more than 6 years of experience in organising & managing Indian teams on tours to more than one dozen annual youth tournaments in several European countries, which is the football hub of the world. With the combined experience of these committee members, the GSC has been designed to provide a safe, healthy, India-centric environment for budding Indian players to play in a high-quality youth tournament.

Importance: The GSC provides your child & his team the opportunity to compete in an inspiring atmosphere. The GSC brings together academy & school teams from different parts of the country as well as the Gulf countries. GSC attempt to ensure that teams from different regions will face each other at the group stages. At a young age, this can help your child to feel any difference in playing styles or natural attributes like physical structure, strength, agility, etc. of their opponents from other regions.

Thanks to the strong network of the GSC organising committee, scouts of various Indian teams are present at the tournament. This means that your child has the best chance of being noticed for his talent or potential & if lucky, a call-up to a bigger team or even the national team camp is possible!

As the GSC is set to expand in the coming years, we believe the participation & winning certificates from the GSC will gather more value. Apart from the football, your child will be having a lot of fun along with the learning with his team mates – it is Goa after all! Important lessons in team-work, social behaviour, self-discipline, hygiene will occur to the child & the 4 days away from parents will allow the players to know a little more about themselves; to grow as individuals. In effect, we will be contributing a little towards creating mentally & physically healthy youth for our nation.  

  • Structure: The GSC will be held in following age-categories:-
Category Born in & After Match Format
Under 11 Boys 2008 7 v 7 (7 players + 4 substitutes; 1 coach) 15 mnts halves; 3 mnts half-time
Under 13 Boys and Girls 2006 7 v 7 (7 players + 4 substitutes; 1 coach) 15 mnts halves; 3 mnts half-time
Under 15 Girls 2004 7 v 7 (7 players + 4 substitutes; 1 coach) 15 mnts halves; 3 mnts half-time
Under 15 Boys 2004 11 v 11 (11 players + 4 substitutes; 1 coach) 25 mnts halves; 5 mnts half-time)

Venue: Goa (The GSC will be held across several grounds in South Goa close to the main town of Margao).

Game format:

Teams will be put in Groups of 4

Qualifying rounds: 3 matches for all teams

Top-two teams from each group will qualify for the knockout stages:

i.e. quarter-final –> semi-final –> final.

Accommodation: In 4* hotel on quadruple basis allotted by GSC. (details will be shared later after registration). Arrival in Goa on 9th May and departure on 13th May.

Travel: (Specific and final details will be shared later)

  • Surat-Goa-Surat: By Flight
  • Goa: Internal travel in Goa will be managed by GSC which includes pick up from Airport to hotel, to ground and back to hotel.

Meals: All meals(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) will be provided by GSC.

 

Cost: Approx Rs. 30,000/-. The cost includes travel, accommodation, meals, registration amount, teacher’s cost, one playing kit (jersey, shorts, stockings),Misc cost etc.

 

*The cost of the trip is variable and depends on the number of participants. The final amount will be sent to you once the trip is done.

 

If you are interested in sending your child for this tournament, please fill the given below form before 24th February 2019,

& send the cheque i

n favor of “Fountainhead Education Trust”.

Click For Goa Super Cup registration

 

In case of any query, please feel free to contact us at mohamed.jelani@fountainheadschools.org

 

*Note:- We will book the flight tickets once you fill the form. If you back out from the trip later on, cancellation charges will be deducted from the imprest account.

  • Also the confirmation of our school participating for this tournament will be decided on the number of students registered for this trip.

Regards

Mohamed Zulkif Jelani

Sports Event Organiser

 

Loading…

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