Central Idea: Choices of role models reflect the characteristics of society and individual’s values.
An inquiry into:
Characteristics of role model.
Influence of role models on societies.
Reasons to develop our own gifts, talents and interests.
What you can see in the picture?
What is your point of view?
Who is the person in the picture?
Can you tell us about him?
How do you know him?
Do you like him?
Why do you like him?
How is he different from others?
Do you want to be like him/her?
Why do you want to be like him/her?
In English Language, they did degrees of adjective. First they watch the following videos (https://www.youtube.com/
In Maths, they did addition with regrouping in a task sheet and also watched the video (https://www.youtube.com/
In UOI, learners unpacked the central idea in groups by using virtual tool padlet (https://padlet.com/
In UOI, learners used padlet ( Padlet link: https://padlet.com/Tanzia_
In English, they wrote sentences on their family members using adjectives.
In Maths, learners created and solved 4 to 5 addition regrouping sums by themselves using their thinking skills.
In English, they used adjectives in sentences by comparing themselves with any of their family members.
In Maths, learners were assessed through prior knowledge checking. They solved any one task sheet according to their choice.
In English, they started to learn synonyms and antonyms. First, they watched a video from the given link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
In Maths, they did repeated addition and multiplication task sheets. They chose and solved any one task sheet from the given differentiated task sheet.
In English, they watched a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
1.Who is your role model?
2.Why have you chosen him or her as your role model?
3.Which quality have you adapted from your role model?
4.Do you think everybody can be a role model?
5.How you can be a role model?
In English Language, they chose and solved differentiated task sheet on synonyms. There were different words with clues, they chose the words and wrote beside the similar word.
In Maths, they started to learn two digit multiplication. Before starting the task, they watched a video (https://youtu.be/vPizBAuYyyY) for their better understanding. Then they chose one task sheet from the attached file and solved it themselves.
In English Language, they chose and solved differentiated task sheets on antonyms. There were different words with clues, they chose the words and wrote beside the opposite word.
In Maths, they watched the video and learned from the class how to do two digit multiplication and then they tried to solve the differentiated task sheet according to their choice.
-What do you learn from role models?
-How can you apply it in the Society?
-What you mean by the word influence?
In English Language, they took their formative assessment-1 on Adjectives, Degrees of Adjectives, Synonyms and Antonyms.
In Maths, they created and solved 4 to 5 multiplication sums by themselves.
In English Language, it was a provocation for the learners. They were told different sentences and asked to tell the action/doing words from the sentences orally. After that they wrote some doing/action words in the virtual tool named menti meter. They clicked the following link to write: https://www.menti.com/
IIn Maths, they solved challenging multiplication word problems, a situation and different questions were given, they needed to solve it using their thinking skills.
In English Language, they wrote their 5 daily actions in sentence using verbs.
In Maths, they introduced with a new virtual tool named classkick.com. Where they make multiplication word problems and solved by themselves.