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Place Value & Value (Math 4)

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Comparing And Ordering Decimals

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Place Value & Value (Math 4)

This document discusses place value and how to determine the value of digits in numbers up to 100,000. It provides a place value chart showing the place value names of millions, thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. It explains that the place value tells the position of a digit in a number from right to left. Examples are given of how to determine the value of a digit by multiplying it by its place value. The decimal numeration system and place value are key to finding the quantity a digit represents in a number.

Comparing And Ordering Decimals

1) The document discusses ordering decimals from least to greatest using place value and number lines. It provides examples of ordering prices from a McDonald's menu and test scores.
2) Equivalent decimals have the same value even if they have a different number of decimal places. Annexing zeros by adding trailing zeros does not change a decimal's value.
3) To order decimals from least to greatest, decimals are first lined up and zeros are annexed to give each number the same number of decimal places. Then the decimals are compared using place value starting from the left.

Decimals Add and Subtract

1. This document provides a lesson on adding and subtracting decimals. It emphasizes lining up the decimals and notes that adding and subtracting decimals follows the same process as whole numbers.
2. Examples are provided that demonstrate adding decimals by lining them up under each other with the decimals in the same column before adding. Adding zeros as placeholders is explained to help line up the decimals.
3. Subtracting decimals is demonstrated with examples of lining up the numbers with the larger number on top and subtracting left to right, borrowing as needed from the left.

Properties of addition

This document discusses three properties of addition: 1) The commutative property states that changing the order of numbers being added does not change the sum. 2) The associative property means that regrouping addends does not change the sum. 3) The identity property says that adding zero to a number results in the original number.

Patterns and sequences

The document discusses patterns and sequences in mathematics. It explains that a sequence is the proper term for a pattern of numbers, with each number in the sequence having a term name (first term, second term, etc.). It provides examples of number sequences and instructs readers to look for the relationship between each term to predict the next number in the sequence. Several practice sequences are presented for readers to identify the patterns.

Factors and Multiples

Factors are numbers that when multiplied together equal another number. The document provides examples of finding the factors of numbers like 8, 12, 17, and 30. It also has students find the factors of 16 and 24. Multiples are numbers obtained by multiplying a number by 1, 2, 3, and so on. Examples of multiples of 2, 3, and 10 are given. Students are assigned to write the factors of 28, 50, and 21 and the multiples of 5 and 9 on a quarter sheet of paper.

Adding Numbers with Regrouping

Adding numbers involves combining sets of objects or values to form a new total. It uses the plus sign to join two or more numbers together. When adding multi-digit numbers, you write the numbers in columns, add the ones place value first and then the tens, regrouping values of ten or more to the next column as needed, such as adding 47 + 38 by first adding 7 + 8 in the ones column and regrouping the ten value to the tens column to calculate the full sum.

Place value intro

The document explains place value using examples of writing out numbers in standard form by showing the amounts in hundreds, tens, and ones places. It gives examples such as 114 = 100 + 10 + 4 and 2,325 = 2000 + 300 + 20 + 5. It asks questions about identifying numbers written in standard form and writing out numbers in word form.

One more or one fewer

The document provides an interactive math activity where the user drags cards showing dot patterns that are either one more or one fewer than a target pattern next to a label. The user can check their answer by clicking a double arrow button and clicking back to try again if wrong. The activity repeats with new dot patterns and "one more" or "one fewer" tasks.

Word problems addition and subtraction

1. What is asked? How much more does Mr. Lapus earn in a year than his wife?
2. What is the hidden question 1? How much does Mr. Lapus earn in a year?
3. What is the hidden question 2? How much does his wife earn in a year?
4. Step 1: Find Mr. Lapus' annual salary: 15,236 x 12 = 182,832
5. Step 2: Find wife's annual salary: 7,850 x 12 = 94,200
6. Step 3: Subtract their annual salaries: 182,832 - 94,200
7. What is the number sentence? 182,832 - 94,200

Comparing and ordering decimals

The document discusses comparing and ordering decimals. It explains that decimals can be compared using the symbols > or <, and that annexing zeros to the right of a decimal does not change its value, which is useful for ordering decimals from least to greatest. As an example, it lists the decimals 14.95, 15, 15.01, and 15.8 in order from least to greatest. It also provides additional decimal comparisons to use >, <, or = symbols.

Comparing and ordering numbers

This document provides information about comparing and ordering numbers, including:
- Key vocabulary terms like place value, digits, greater than, less than, and equal signs.
- How to compare numbers using the appropriate symbol (> for greater than, < for less than, = for equal).
- How to order numbers from least to greatest or greatest to least by examining each place value from left to right.
- Examples of comparing and ordering different numbers.

Place value.pps

The document contains examples of using base-ten blocks to represent and decompose numbers into hundreds, tens, and ones. It shows writing numbers in expanded form by showing the value of each place value. For instance, it represents 145 as 1 hundred, 4 tens (40), and 5 ones, for a total of 145. It also asks the reader to represent numbers like 23 and 21 using base-ten blocks and write them in expanded form.

Subtraction without Regrouping

This document provides an overview of subtraction without regrouping. It defines subtraction and its parts, including the minuend, subtrahend, and difference. It then presents the step-by-step process for subtracting multi-digit numbers without regrouping, including writing the numbers in columns and sequentially subtracting the ones, tens, hundreds, etc. places from right to left. It demonstrates an example problem and shows how to check the answer by adding the difference and subtrahend. Finally, it presents some practice problems for the reader to try.

Fractions, decimals, and percentages

This document provides an overview of fractions, decimals, and percentages. It explains how to convert between the different representations and compare their values. Key points covered include:
- Fractions represent a part over a whole
- To convert a fraction to a percentage, express it with a denominator of 100
- To convert a percentage to a fraction, write it as a fraction over 100
- To write a decimal as a percentage, multiply it by 100 and add the percent sign
- Fractions, decimals, and percentages can be compared by first converting them to the same representation (e.g. fractions over 100) and then comparing their values.

Ordering numbers powerpoint

The document teaches how to put numbers in ascending and descending order. It provides examples of ordering small numbers and has interactive exercises for ordering larger numbers by asking the reader to identify the next number in the proper sequence. The reader works through examples of correctly ordering sets of numbers from smallest to largest.

Multiplying Fractions

This document provides instructions on how to multiply fractions. It explains that when multiplying two fractions between 0 and 1, the product is smaller than either factor. It then presents the steps to find the fraction of a fraction: 1) read "of" as meaning to multiply, 2) multiply the numerators, 3) multiply the denominators, and 4) simplify the resulting fraction if possible. Several examples are worked through applying these steps.

Place value blocks powerpoint

The document explains place value using numbers up to thousands. It shows how to write numbers in standard form by identifying the hundreds, tens, and ones places. Examples are provided breaking down numbers like 114, 235, 330, and 247. The document also asks questions about writing numbers in standard and word form.

3. lesson 2 comparing, ordering, and rounding-off w ns

The document discusses comparing and ordering whole numbers. It provides tips for comparing numbers, such as the number with more digits being greater and comparing digits from left to right if numbers have the same number of digits. It also discusses ordering numbers in ascending or descending order, with ascending being from lowest to highest and descending being from highest to lowest. Examples are provided to illustrate comparing and ordering whole numbers.

Ordering and Comparing Numbers (Math 4)

The document discusses comparing and ordering whole numbers. It explains that when comparing numbers, we look first at the digits in the highest place value and if they are the same, we compare the digits in the next place value. It provides examples of comparing numbers symbolically and stating whether the first number is greater than, less than or equal to the second number. It also discusses arranging numbers in ascending and descending order.

Place Value & Value (Math 4)

Place Value & Value (Math 4)

Comparing And Ordering Decimals

Comparing And Ordering Decimals

Decimals Add and Subtract

Decimals Add and Subtract

Properties of addition

Properties of addition

Patterns and sequences

Patterns and sequences

Factors and Multiples

Factors and Multiples

Adding Numbers with Regrouping

Adding Numbers with Regrouping

Place value intro

Place value intro

One more or one fewer

One more or one fewer

Word problems addition and subtraction

Word problems addition and subtraction

Comparing and ordering decimals

Comparing and ordering decimals

Comparing and ordering numbers

Comparing and ordering numbers

Place value.pps

Place value.pps

Subtraction without Regrouping

Subtraction without Regrouping

Fractions, decimals, and percentages

Fractions, decimals, and percentages

Ordering numbers powerpoint

Ordering numbers powerpoint

Multiplying Fractions

Multiplying Fractions

Place value blocks powerpoint

Place value blocks powerpoint

3. lesson 2 comparing, ordering, and rounding-off w ns

3. lesson 2 comparing, ordering, and rounding-off w ns

Ordering and Comparing Numbers (Math 4)

Ordering and Comparing Numbers (Math 4)

Numbers in words

The document provides instruction on how to read and write numbers in words up to the hundreds place value. It gives the words for numbers 1-10, 11-19, multiples of 10 up to 90, and, and hundred. Examples are provided of writing numbers in words, such as 23 as "twenty-three". The purpose is to teach students how to read and write numeric values as words.

Vocabualrio

Este documento presenta vocabulario y frases básicas en inglés para saludos, presentaciones, información personal y sentimientos. Incluye lecciones sobre meses, días de la semana, números, familia, despedidas y una tarjeta de información personal de ejemplo.

Page 215 more on couldn't have

The document discusses the differences between "couldn't + base form" and "couldn't have + past participle". It states that "couldn't + base form" means something was not possible, while "couldn't have + past participle" expresses disbelief in what someone said. It provides examples of usages and comparisons to illustrate the differences.

Numbers

This document lists the English words for the numbers from 0 to 100 in ascending order, with the teens grouped together and then multiples of ten through ninety. It provides the spelling of the basic counting numbers up to one hundred.

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2) Over 90% of students correctly understood the main subject of the project was recycling energy.
3) The majority of students across countries found the project activities interesting.
4) Slightly over half of Spanish students felt their English improved, while most German students did not feel it improved.
5) Over 90% of students felt they were more aware of environmental issues after the project.
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This document outlines the formative assessment tasks for Social Science class 9. It includes 3 components:
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2. A pen and paper assessment on chapter 4 of Democratic Politics.
3. An integrated group project where students research diseases linked to poverty, presenting their findings in a group file and oral presentation. They are assessed on the quality of the file work, their contribution to the team, the presentation, and an individual case study. The goal is for students to learn collaboratively about the relationship between poverty and health

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Mathematics for Std III - Addition

This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

Class 3 CBSE Social Sample Paper Term 2 Model 2

This document is a sample social science exam for class 3 containing multiple choice and short answer questions. It tests knowledge of Indian cities, transportation, festivals, handicrafts, needs versus wants, and the development of early transportation. The exam is divided into 3 sections: Section A contains 10 one-mark multiple choice questions; Section B contains 10 two-mark short answer questions; and Section C contains 5 three-mark slightly longer answer questions. The last question is worth 5 marks and requires identifying true and false statements. The document provides an example of the type of content and format included in a social science exam for a 3rd grade class in India.

Problem Solving Assessment Sample Question Paper for class IX

The document provides instructions for a problem solving assessment test booklet, noting it contains 60 questions divided into three sections, with details on question format, timing, scoring, and test policies. Students are advised to fill out personal information on the answer sheet carefully and are not allowed to leave without handing in their completed answer sheet.

Types of homes worksheet

The document provides instructions for two vocabulary exercises. The first asks the student to label different types of houses using terms from a provided list. The second asks the student to match types of houses on the left with descriptions on the right. The document aims to teach vocabulary related to different types of dwellings.

Standard 3: Assessment

The document discusses Ohio's standards for teachers regarding assessment. It outlines four elements of Standard 3 on assessment: 1) Understanding assessment types and data, 2) Selecting, developing and using assessments, 3) Analyzing assessment data to modify instruction, and 4) Communicating student progress. For each element, it describes proficient, accomplished and distinguished levels of teacher performance, such as selecting appropriate assessments to match student needs and using assessment data to differentiate instruction.

Triangle inequalities

The document discusses various theorems and properties related to triangles, including:
1) The exterior angle theorem states that the measure of an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the measures of its two remote interior angles.
2) The triangle inequality theorem states that the sum of the measures of any two sides of a triangle is greater than the measure of the third side.
3) Properties relating the lengths of sides and measures of angles in a triangle, such as if sides are unequal then angles will be unequal as well.

Uranium One August 2012 Presentation

Uranium One owns a 13.9% interest in the Mkuju River project in Tanzania, with an option to acquire the remaining 86%. An updated resource estimate shows a 39% increase in measured resources to 55.3 million pounds U3O8. Mantra's definitive feasibility study outlines an initial 12 year mine life producing 4.2 million pounds of U3O8 annually at an average cash cost of $22 per pound. Uranium One sees potential to increase production beyond 4.2 million pounds per year through expansion and heap leaching. The large land package also provides excellent exploration potential.

Triangle Inequality Theorem: Activities and Assessment Methods

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Environmental Science (EVS): Insects (Class III)

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CBSE
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Controlling Flies and Mosquitoes

Different kinds of houses around the world

The document describes different types of traditional houses from around the world, including igloos, bungalows, yurts, bolon houses, and castles. Igloos are made of ice blocks and found in Antarctica. Bungalows are small detached houses with low-pitched roofs. Yurts are portable tents made of wood and leather used by Mongolian people. Bolon houses have triangular roofs and space below for animals. Castles were large fortified buildings owned by royalty. The authors preferred bungalows or yurts as places to live.

Numbers in words

Numbers in words

Vocabualrio

Vocabualrio

Page 215 more on couldn't have

Page 215 more on couldn't have

Numbers

Numbers

Class 3 CBSE Maths Sample Paper Term 2 Model 2

Class 3 CBSE Maths Sample Paper Term 2 Model 2

Poland - FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE STUDENTS

Poland - FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE STUDENTS

Class 3 CBSE Maths Sample Paper Term 2 Model 1

Class 3 CBSE Maths Sample Paper Term 2 Model 1

Class 3 CBSE Maths Sample Paper Term 2 Model 3

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Fa 3 ss class-9

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Class 3 CBSE EVS Sample Paper Term 2

Class 3 CBSE EVS Sample Paper Term 2

Mathematics for Std III - Addition

Mathematics for Std III - Addition

Class 3 CBSE Social Sample Paper Term 2 Model 2

Class 3 CBSE Social Sample Paper Term 2 Model 2

Problem Solving Assessment Sample Question Paper for class IX

Problem Solving Assessment Sample Question Paper for class IX

Types of homes worksheet

Types of homes worksheet

Standard 3: Assessment

Standard 3: Assessment

Triangle inequalities

Triangle inequalities

Uranium One August 2012 Presentation

Uranium One August 2012 Presentation

Triangle Inequality Theorem: Activities and Assessment Methods

Triangle Inequality Theorem: Activities and Assessment Methods

Environmental Science (EVS): Insects (Class III)

Environmental Science (EVS): Insects (Class III)

Different kinds of houses around the world

Different kinds of houses around the world

Reading and writing_numbers

This document provides rules for writing out numbers in words. It lists the numbers 1 through 20 and their word equivalents. For two-digit numbers above 20, a hyphen is used between the tens and ones places unless the number ends in 0. Examples are given for writing out multi-digit numbers, including those with commas for thousands, millions, etc. Readers are prompted to practice writing out sample numbers in words.

Math reading and writing (2 digits)

The document provides instructions for reading numbers from 1 to 1,000. It lists the numbers and their written equivalents. It then provides practice questions asking the reader to identify written numbers. Finally, it gives spelling practice by providing numbers written incorrectly and asking the reader to write the correct spelling. The purpose is to teach reading and writing numbers for a second grade math class.

A2 numer ix

The document contains a short dialogue where a person asks about someone's age and phone number. They respond that they are 41 years old and their phone number is 333.1234567.

Numbers in English from one to one hundred

Learn the numbers from 1-100! Include extra exercises to practice.

Math grade 2 Writing Numbers in words.pptx

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Lecon07

This document provides French vocabulary and grammar lessons. It includes numbers, days of the week, months, telling time, dates, comparisons using "ceci" and "cela", and examples in French. Key topics covered are numbers up to 100 and beyond, including the complex ways of saying numbers like 80 (quatre-vingts) and dates. Examples are given throughout to demonstrate the use of these terms in context.

Word Numbers 1 - 100

The document provides guidance for parents to help their child learn number words. It recommends having the child read number words independently and noting patterns in teen and ty words. Parents should ask the child questions about the relative values of numbers to deepen their math vocabulary. The document also suggests discussing the hundred square to help the child understand patterns in numbers and playing math games involving numbers.

Numbers poster

This document lists the numbers from 1 to 100 and their spelling equivalents in words, with each number and spelling on its own line in ascending order.

1.2 numbers, numbers, numbers

This document contains various numbers written out in words from 0 to 100,000, questions asking for name, age, country, and telephone number, the populations of several cities written out in words, and instructions for students to write out their information and the populations of additional cities independently. It provides practice writing and reading numbers out in words.

Useful Vocabulary

This document provides vocabulary for days of the week, months of the year, classroom objects, colors, questions, and numbers 1-100 in English. It lists the days, months, common classroom items, colors, sample questions to ask someone, and spells out the numbers from one to one hundred.

Ns 1 1 C1 C2 Manipulating Small And Large Numbers

The document discusses manipulating very large and very small numbers. It defines manipulating as working with numbers with 7 or more digits or numbers in the thousandths or smaller place value. It reviews place value, writing numbers in standard form, word form, and expanded form. It provides examples of writing large numbers, decimals, and fractions in word form. The document emphasizes being able to manipulate different sized numbers helps understand their value and prepares students for standardized tests.

1-to-100-in-Words.pdf

The document contains a chart that lists the numbers from 1 to 100 and their corresponding word representations. It provides the spelling of each number in words, with multiples of ten through ninety listed individually and the decades completed with "Ten" through "Hundred".

Reading and writing_numbers

Reading and writing_numbers

Math reading and writing (2 digits)

Math reading and writing (2 digits)

A2 numer ix

A2 numer ix

Numbers in English from one to one hundred

Numbers in English from one to one hundred

Math grade 2 Writing Numbers in words.pptx

Math grade 2 Writing Numbers in words.pptx

Lecon07

Lecon07

Word Numbers 1 - 100

Word Numbers 1 - 100

Numbers poster

Numbers poster

1.2 numbers, numbers, numbers

1.2 numbers, numbers, numbers

Useful Vocabulary

Useful Vocabulary

Ns 1 1 C1 C2 Manipulating Small And Large Numbers

Ns 1 1 C1 C2 Manipulating Small And Large Numbers

1-to-100-in-Words.pdf

1-to-100-in-Words.pdf

Francais 3eme - Lecture page 114

This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

Francais 3eme - le son [s] et [z]This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

Francais 3eme Verbe Finir au presentThis presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

Francais 3eme - le genreThis presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

English for Std III - pronouns page 140This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

English for Std III - plural page 142This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

English for Std III - Past Tense page 147This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

Comprehension Questions Answers page 147This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

English for Standard III - Verbs and Tenses

The document provides information about verb tenses in English including the present simple, present continuous, past, and future tenses. It gives examples of verbs like play, go, be, carry in the different tenses and provides keywords to identify each tense such as everyday, now, yesterday, and tomorrow. The tenses are used to talk about actions happening regularly, presently, in the past, and in the future.

Comprehension Passage pg 146

The boy who was always late. Passage from English book for Standard III, primary schools of Mauritius.
This presentation is meant for pupils of primary school of standard 3. It has been prepared by the classroom teacher, Mr Reshad Codabaccus of Bon Accueil Government School. He teaches using technology and wishes to share his works with all the pupils of Mauritius, Rodrigues and Agalega. Hope you will find it interesting the way the lesson has been presented. Any suggestions to improve the work, will be much appreciated. Email: eschool@intnet.mu. Thank you.

Francais 3eme - Lecture page 114

Francais 3eme - Lecture page 114

Francais 3eme - le son [s] et [z]

Francais 3eme - le son [s] et [z]

Francais 3eme Verbe Finir au present

Francais 3eme Verbe Finir au present

Francais 3eme - le genre

Francais 3eme - le genre

English for Std III - pronouns page 140

English for Std III - pronouns page 140

English for Std III - plural page 142

English for Std III - plural page 142

English for Std III - Past Tense page 147

English for Std III - Past Tense page 147

Comprehension Questions Answers page 147

Comprehension Questions Answers page 147

English for Standard III - Verbs and Tenses

English for Standard III - Verbs and Tenses

Comprehension Passage pg 146

Comprehension Passage pg 146

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Title: Relational Database Management System Concepts(RDBMS)
Description:
Welcome to the comprehensive guide on Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) concepts, tailored for final year B.Sc. Computer Science students affiliated with Alagappa University. This document covers fundamental principles and advanced topics in RDBMS, offering a structured approach to understanding databases in the context of modern computing. PDF content is prepared from the text book Learn Oracle 8I by JOSE A RAMALHO.
Key Topics Covered:
Main Topic : DATA INTEGRITY, CREATING AND MAINTAINING A TABLE AND INDEX
Sub-Topic :
Data Integrity,Types of Integrity, Integrity Constraints, Primary Key, Foreign key, unique key, self referential integrity,
creating and maintain a table, Modifying a table, alter a table, Deleting a table
Create an Index, Alter Index, Drop Index, Function based index, obtaining information about index, Difference between ROWID and ROWNUM
Target Audience:
Final year B.Sc. Computer Science students at Alagappa University seeking a solid foundation in RDBMS principles for academic and practical applications.
About the Author:
Dr. S. Murugan is Associate Professor at Alagappa Government Arts College, Karaikudi. With 23 years of teaching experience in the field of Computer Science, Dr. S. Murugan has a passion for simplifying complex concepts in database management.
Disclaimer:
This document is intended for educational purposes only. The content presented here reflects the author’s understanding in the field of RDBMS as of 2024.

A beginner’s guide to project reviews - everything you wanted to know but wer...

A beginner’s guide to project reviews - everything you wanted to know but wer...Association for Project Management

APM event held on 9 July in Bristol.
Speaker: Roy Millard
The SWWE Regional Network were very pleased to welcome back to Bristol Roy Millard, of APM’s Assurance Interest Group on 9 July 2024, to talk about project reviews and hopefully answer all your questions.
Roy outlined his extensive career and his experience in setting up the APM’s Assurance Specific Interest Group, as they were known then.
Using Mentimeter, he asked a number of questions of the audience about their experience of project reviews and what they wanted to know.
Roy discussed what a project review was and examined a number of definitions, including APM’s Bok: “Project reviews take place throughout the project life cycle to check the likely or actual achievement of the objectives specified in the project management plan”
Why do we do project reviews? Different stakeholders will have different views about this, but usually it is about providing confidence that the project will deliver the expected outputs and benefits, that it is under control.
There are many types of project reviews, including peer reviews, internal audit, National Audit Office, IPA, etc.
Roy discussed the principles behind the Three Lines of Defence Model:, First line looks at management controls, policies, procedures, Second line at compliance, such as Gate reviews, QA, to check that controls are being followed, and third Line is independent external reviews for the organisations Board, such as Internal Audit or NAO audit.
Factors which affect project reviews include the scope, level of independence, customer of the review, team composition and time.
Project Audits are a special type of project review. They are generally more independent, formal with clear processes and audit trails, with a greater emphasis on compliance. Project reviews are generally more flexible and informal, but should be evidence based and have some level of independence.
Roy looked at 2 examples of where reviews went wrong, London Underground Sub-Surface Upgrade signalling contract, and London’s Garden Bridge. The former had poor 3 lines of defence, no internal audit and weak procurement skills, the latter was a Boris Johnson vanity project with no proper governance due to Johnson’s pressure and interference.
Roy discussed the principles of assurance reviews from APM’s Guide to Integrated Assurance (Free to Members), which include: independence, accountability, risk based, and impact, etc
Human factors are important in project reviews. The skills and knowledge of the review team, building trust with the project team to avoid defensiveness, body language, and team dynamics, which can only be assessed face to face, active listening, flexibility and objectively.
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- 4. Let’s revise
- 5. Numbers - 1 to 10 ten 10 nine 9 eight 8 seven 7 six 6 five 5 four 4 three 3 two 2 one 1
- 6. Numbers - 11 to 19 nineteen 19 eighteen 18 seventeen 17 sixteen 16 fifteen 15 fourteen 14 thirteen 13 twelve 12 eleven 11
- 7. Numbers – 10, 20, 30, … ninety 90 eighty 80 seventy 70 sixty 60 fifty 50 forty 40 thirty 30 twenty 20 ten 10
- 8. and hundred
- 9. Let’s read …and then write
- 10. 23 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine eight seven six five four three two one
- 11. 38 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine eight seven six five four three two one
- 12. 45 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine eight seven six five four three two one
- 13. 71 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine eight seven six five four three two one
- 14. 62 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine eight seven six five four three two one
- 15. 44 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine eight seven six five four three two one
- 16. 308 nine nine eight eight seven seven six six five five four four three three two two one and hundred one
- 17. 705 nine nine eight eight seven seven six six five five four four three three two two one and hundred one
- 18. 215 nineteen nine eighteen eight seventeen seven sixteen six fifteen five fourteen four thirteen three twelve two eleven and hundred one
- 19. 812 nineteen nine eighteen eight seventeen seven sixteen six fifteen five fourteen four thirteen three twelve two eleven and hundred one
- 20. 234 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine nine eight eight seven seven six six five five four four three three two two one and hundred one
- 21. 159 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine nine eight eight seven seven six six five five four four three three two two one and hundred one
- 22. 747 ninety eighty seventy sixty fifty forty thirty twenty nine nine eight eight seven seven six six five five four four three three two two one and hundred one
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