Friday, 29 September 2017

Year 4A - Weekly Learning Review



Weekly Learning Review




Class:    Year 4A                         Week Ending: 28/9/2017
Literacy

·         This year, the students will keep a journal. Every morning, they will write a short journal entry in response to the prompt that is given to them.
·         Students were introduced to their first spelling list, which consisted of words with the prefix ‘sub-’. Using quizlet.com, they understood the definitions of the words. Here is the link for extra practice: https://quizlet.com/226861431/spelling-week-1-flash-cards/
·         This week, we started on the unit Stories from the Past.
·         Children role- played and used storytelling to develop the story we read in class, “Street Child”.
·         We explored the building blocks of a story (characters, plot, and setting).
·         Children exercised their imaginations by writing a letter about a character from the story we read.
·         In grammar, they reviewed parts of speech and learned the correlation between nouns and verbs, nouns and adjectives, and adjectives and adverbs.

Mathematics
·         Children have revised multiplication, division, subtraction, and addition.
·         Students were taught the place values in number figures and words.
·         Students have revised 3, 4, and 5 digit numbers.
·         The students also learned to add tens, hundreds and thousands using the place values.
Science
·         Children learned that humans (and some animals) have bony skeletons inside their bodies.
·         They learned that skeletons grow as humans grow, and that they support and protect their body.
·         We went to the Biology Lab to observe real animal skeletons and a model of human skeletons.
Humanities
·         The children learned the continents of our world, along with its oceans.
·         Students extended their vocabulary by using geographical words to investigate map figures.
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education
·         This week, we learned the importance of effective communication using our voices in different ways.
·         We learned how to effectively listen and how we should take the needs and the feelings of the listener into account when talking to someone.
·         Children learned to develop as an effective communication.
Contact: Miss Marinette
mawad@ise.edu.eg




Class:    Year 4B                       Week Ending: 28/9/2017
Literacy

·         This year, the students will keep a journal. Every morning, they will write a short journal entry in response to the prompt that is given to them.
·         Students were introduced to their first spelling list, which consisted of words with the prefix ‘sub-’. Using quizlet.com, they understood the definitions of the words. Here is the link for extra practice: https://quizlet.com/226861431/spelling-week-1-flash-cards/
·         This week, we started on the unit Stories from the Past.
·         Children role- played and used storytelling to develop the story we read in class, “Street Child”.
·         We explored the building blocks of a story (characters, plot, and setting).
·         Children exercised their imaginations by writing a letter about a character from the story we read.
·         In grammar, they reviewed parts of speech and learned the correlation between nouns and verbs, nouns and adjectives, and adjectives and adverbs.

Mathematics
·         Children have revised multiplication, division, subtraction, and addition.
·         Students were taught the place values in number figures and words.
·         Students have revised 3, 4, and 5 digit numbers.
·         The students also learned to add tens, hundreds and thousands using the place values.
Science
·         Children learned that humans (and some animals) have bony skeletons inside their bodies.
·         They learned that skeletons grow as humans grow, and that they support and protect their body.
·         We went to the Biology Lab to observe real animal skeletons and a model of human skeletons.
Humanities
·         The children learned the continents of our world, along with its oceans.
·         Students extended their vocabulary by using geographical words to investigate map figures.
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education
·         This week, we learned the importance of effective communication using our voices in different ways.
·         We learned how to effectively listen and how we should take the needs and the feelings of the listener into account when talking to someone.
·         Children learned to develop as an effective communication.
Contact: Miss Farah
feldakak@ise.edu.eg


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