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Highlights of the day 29-01-19

Highlights of the day 29-01-19

Day 3

UOI

The case study on petroleum was continued.

Math

Students practiced multiplication sums using the traditional method.

Homework

Learn and revise tables from 2 to 9.

Language

Read chapter 21 and answer the questions in your notebook:

  1. How are the medicines made in the Land of Magic Medicines?
  2. What special ingredients go into the medicines in this land?
  3. What ingredients will you use instead? Why is it not safe to meddle with medicines?
Recap of the day – 29th January, 2019

Recap of the day – 29th January, 2019

Day 3, Tuesday

Language: Formative assessment of transition words was conducted. Later, students were introduced to the dialogues conventions.

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

Homework:

Language: Visit the link and complete the worksheet:;

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

Math: 

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?
e) Find the HCF of 42 and 86
f) Find the LCM of 40 and 60

Highlights and Homework of 29-1-2019 ( Dau-3 )

Highlights and Homework of 29-1-2019 ( Dau-3 )

Stars of the day-  Tushya Patel and Sarthak Sharma 🙂

[Highlight Of The Day]

Math

Students were introduced to Fractions.

They were introduced to the terms part, whole, denominator, numerator and fraction through different learning centers.

Language

Students appeared for Formative Assessment of Transitive words.

students were introduced to the dialogues conventions.

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Students  made the connection to the LOI 2: How artefacts symbolize beliefs and values (Connection) 

Homework

[Unit Of Inquiry]

Bring 1 artefact that symbolises you or your belief/culture/tradition.\

Math

Visit the link and complete the worksheet in the notebook.

Fraction HW

Reminder- Tomorrow is Second Health Checkup.

With Regards,

Dimple Deshpande,

Have A Great Day 🙂

 

 

Homework for the day – 29th January 2019

Homework for the day – 29th January 2019

Homework:

The students will draw the attached graphic organizer in their Language CW Notebook. They will fill the graphic organizer with their life details.

The students will then attempt to write their autobiography in a document and share with me by end of the day.

Graphic Organizer

The students are expected to have completed their secondary research on the topic selected for research on one of the Mass Migrations.

Tomorrow they will be utilizing the time to finalize the interview questions, synthesize the secondary research.

Note:

Class photo is scheduled for Thursday, 31st January 2019 at 10:40 am. The students are requested to come dressed in proper school uniform.

 

Thanks and regards

Himani Mehta

Homework for the day

Homework for the day

Homework:

  1. Since we discussed quite in detail about biographies and autobiographies in the classroom today, here’s an opportunity for you to write one based on your life. Go through this document before you start putting down your ideas on paper. Once read, pen down all of the significant details of your life in the form of a mind map or pointers online. Draft and publish your autobiography online.

Criteria: –

  • No Spelling errors
  • Sentence Structure is grammatically correct
  • Different sentence lengths are visible in the writing
  • appropriate punctuations are used
  • Use of at least 1 figure of speech
  • Has described an event or character in detail

2. Complete the 4 steps of Big 6 for the group research topic chosen and start working on step 5 i.e Synthesis as discussed in the class.

Happy learning!!

Homework for 29/01

Homework for 29/01

Dear Students,

Complete the following tasks:

  • Language – Write a brief story for the beginnings given in Empowering English – pages 18 and 19 in Language+UOI notebook. Fill the details in the table given on page 20.
  • Start working on writing an autobiography online using the writing process. Use impressive sentence openers and descriptive words.
  • Select your portfolio pieces as discussed in class.
  • Chromebook needs to be charged.
  • Continue revising/editing your Big 6. Proofread for spelling and grammatical errors.

Have a brilliant day!

Keep Smiling!

Grade12_Economics_Mock_Examination_2019

Grade12_Economics_Mock_Examination_2019

Dear Students,

The following is the syllabus and paper style of DP Economics for Mock exam 2019.

For SL students:

A.Syllabus:

  1. Microeconomics
  2. Macroeconomics
  3. International economics
  4. Development economics

 

B. Paper style:

Paper 1 (1 hour and 30 minutes)

An extended response paper (50 marks)

Section A

Syllabus content: section 1—microeconomics

Students answer one question from a choice of two. (25 marks)

Section B

Syllabus content: section 2—macroeconomics

Students answer one question from a choice of two. (25 marks)

Paper 2 (1 hour and 30 minutes)

A data response paper (40 marks)

Section A

Syllabus content: section 3—international economics

Students answer one question from a choice of two. (20 marks)

Section B

Syllabus content: section 4—development economics

Students answer one question from a choice of two. (20 marks)

For HL Students:

A. Syllabus:

  1. Microeconomics
  2. Macroeconomics
  3. International economics
  4. Development economics

B. Paper Style:

Paper 1 (1 hour and 30 minutes)
An extended response paper (50 marks)

Section A
Syllabus content: section 1—microeconomics
Students answer one question from a choice of two. (25 marks)

Section B
Syllabus content: section 2—macroeconomics
Students answer one question from a choice of two. (25 marks)

Paper 2 (1 hour and 30 minutes)
A data response paper (40 marks)

Section A
Syllabus content: section 3—international economics
Students answer one question from a choice of two. (20 marks)

Section B
Syllabus content: section 4—development economics
Students answer one question from a choice of two. (20 marks)

Paper 3 (1 hour)
HL extension paper (50 marks)

Syllabus content, including HL extension material: sections 1 to 4—microeconomics,
macroeconomics, international economics, development economics

Students answer two questions from a choice of three. (25 marks per question)

Internal Assessment details – SL and HL Weighting : 20%

Regards

Malhar Trivedi

 

 

 

 

Grade 12 French second term syllabus

Grade 12 French second term syllabus

Dear Parents and Students,
The second term French syllabus will be as follows :
Students will attempt paper 1, paper 2 and an Individual oral test and the Written assignment.
Paper 1 :  reading comprehension analysis ( understanding 4 texts and text-handling exercises of different formats ( interviews, Letter, Article …etc)) – 40 Marks Weightage- 50% -duration :  1 hour 30 min.
Paper 2 : two compulsory writing exercises 25 Marks Wehightage-25%-duration : 1 hour. It comprises 2 sections :
Section A (7 marks) : One answer to be answered from a choice of two.
Section B ( 18 marks ) : One question to be answered from a choice of three.
Individual oral : 25 Marks Weightage-25%-duration : 15 min for each student with 10 min of prior preparation. It will be conducted in class or venues provided.
The units to  be covered are :
1 En route vers l’aventure
2 Les medias : s’informer, s’amuser, reflechir
3 L’education pour tous
5 Arts francophones : traditions et modernite
6 Au travail
7 Manger, bouger : vos choix
8 protegeons notre environnement
9 la planete en danger       
 10 vivre ensemble                   
 11  problemes mondiaux   
 12 nouvelles technologies le meilleur et le pire   
The Written assignment : A piece of writing ( 200 to 350 words) to demonstrate intercultural understanding and research skills in french language where the student chooses an aspect of the target culture to compare with his/her own culture. 20 Marks Weightage-20%
   Regards,