Students attended a Skype session with Ms. Josephine in England (United Kingdom). They discussed about different kinds of houses found there. Later they wrote their reflection in their process journals using a concept map. A map marking activity allowed students to mark different kinds of homes found around the world. They also researched about different homes and materials used to build them as an integration activity with ICT.
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Students practiced carry over addition sums by creating their own word problems through an activity. They were introduced to the concept of rounding off of numbers through a video presentation.An activity on the number line was undertaken to understand the concept of rounding off . Prior knowledge assessment of measurement was taken while the Formative assessment on probability completed their learning this fortnight.
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Students were introduced to the use of a dictionary with a pairing activity where they were given some unit related words and were asked to find the meanings. Students engaged in a spell bee through a word meaning activity. Further to enhance their understanding about the concept of verbs, students read an online story- more or less, need to guess thereby understanding the concept of estimation (math).
During their Hindi lessons, students read the story ‘Rohan kaa ghar’. They found ‘sanyuktaakshar’ and made a list from the story. They picked up new vocabulary from the story and were able to form simple and meaningful sentences. They participated in the activity ‘Bas Ek Pal’ and expressed their thoughts on the unit related topics.
Students were introduced to maatras where they practiced writing simple words. They also watched stories and illustrated their understanding in their process journals.
Introduction of stance, balance and dribbling of the basketball was undertaken.
Stance-feet apart, flex the legs on the knees, maintain upper body in an upright position, with head facing in front and parallel to the ground, and flex their arms on their sides.
Dribbling- Hold the ball in both hands. Fingertips should be spread on each side of the ball to prevent it from slipping off the hands.
Students sang ‘Heal the world’ individually and as a group on the microphone where each student was assessed on their singing. Students also had an session with the piano and learned the names of the keys to distinguish between natural, sharp and flat notes.
Students stressed on observation and analysis skills when they were given a task of creating an impromptu symmetrical movement.
Students were taught to create stories on ‘Homes’ unit using photo story. They have learned to insert pictures, text and audio into the story. They have started adding pictures in apps to create stories.