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June and July Month Home Learning Mulyankan Margdarsan Full details

June & July Month Home Learning Mulyankan FAQS : June/July Month Home Learning Mulyankan Margdarsan Full details

Guidance on Frequently Asked Questions: 

Question 1 I do not understand how to do a group assessment.  

Many teacher friends have questions about this issue.  An attempt is made to illustrate this with an example below.  You have two steps in total.  

A: Evaluate the child's learning outcomes in all subjects.  

B: Collectively evaluate all children.  Suppose there are 10 children in Std-1.  Now in the month of June, out of the total study outcomes of Std. 1, 3 study outcomes have been included in whole or in part.  

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Thus in standard-1 any child can get maximum 9 marks.  Now the weight of v is two.  So the maximum weightage can be 12 (study conclusion x 3).  

Now suppose the evaluation of 10 children is as follows.  

Step - 1 How was the student's grade calculated?  Here a total of three ways are explained.  

Method - 12 Out of the total weight, the weight of (12) is given. 

If the ratio is 12, then the child is said to have got the full weight (i.e. 3).  12 If there is a weight, what is the weight?

12 * 5/12 = 1.8 which is greater than 1.2.  Is counted as “V”.  

Method 2: The same calculation can be done in another way.  If 18 weightage is found then 100% performance is considered, if 18 weightage then performance is what percentage?  12 * 100/12 2.5%, now we have 4th grade of students.  

If we divide the percentage into three, then 0% to 33% = X 2% to 5% =?  More than 5% = V Thus the first student will come in 2nd grade.  

Method - ૩ Total Study Conclusion ૨ Do.  Here 2 * 3 = 12 Now divide it into three parts.  1 to 2-4 ૭ to 12?  12 to 12: • Here the student gets a total weight of 12.  So it will come in y.  

Thus get the grade of each student.  

Step - 2 Now let's do a collective evaluation of the class.  

Which we understand in three ways.  Method - 1 Grade of students Divided Number of students.  (Which is in the teacher's guide.) In the above example, there are 5 students in the grade Student?  The weight of the grade is 3 + 1 = ૫ 1 The weight of the student is in grade 2 The weight of the whole class is 1 + O = 0 Thus the weight of the whole class is 12 The total weight of the class 12/10 (number of students) = 1.2 is the grade of the class only.  

Method - 2 in which we can know the grade from the total weight per student.  The total weight of the whole class is 12.  If all the students get 8 in all the study results then the total weight of 10 students is 10 + 12 = 120.  

Now the actual weight found is 12.  So 13 out of 180 is equal to 120 if it is called 100% then 1 is equal to 18 + 100/180 = 2.8% is more than 9%.  So the whole class will be grade 7.  

Method - ૩ 150 is the total weight, which falls into three parts.  1 to 20 = X 21 to 120 =?  151 to 150 = "Your total weight is 12. So the whole class will be evaluated. 

Question 3: QR code does not open or how to scan QR code? You can download any QR code scanner. It can scan QR code.  This is not a Google form posted on the Diksha Portal, so it will not be opened by the QR Code Scanner of the Diksha Portal. 

Question 2: The study conclusion does not apply or is incomplete.

Study conclusions are usually for a single concept.  

When this concept is to be achieved, sometimes it takes a few hours and sometimes even days.  

We are going to evaluate for one month.  That is to evaluate the part that is included in that month.  

For example, in standard 1, “1 to 20 works with numbers.  "It may take 3 months to achieve this study conclusion. 

When in the first month only 1 to 5 marks are talked about, it should be met in that way.  

Sometimes you feel that there is not a single activity for a given study conclusion, then tick the fourth option given in the Google form "does not apply."  

Question 3: What is the number of children?  Calculate your total number of children you learn at home.

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