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New Words this Week

Activities of the Month

Codes of Discipline, MoE

Effective from 2017

(Please go to http://www.nisuaq.com/downloads.php to see the rules and regulations of Discipline Code)


Accelerated Reading

Accelerated Reading First Round

When a family works with their child on school work and becomes involved in his/her learning, (s)he is more likely to prove wholesome development in academics and other related activities. Supporting your child in her school work can make a real difference. Enjoy! The time you spend helping her read and write is a gift for a life time! Literacy is the foundation for all other knowledge! The English Department starts the Accelerated Reading Programme of this year now.

As its first step, we publish the books in the School site. Please visit the link and start reading. We will guide you what to do next.

Second Step: After reading the stories you have to answer the given questions based on the story. It will be posted in the download section in the next phase.

Category 01 (Gr.01 & 02) :https://www.win.tue.nl/~marko/latex/exercises/day2/snowwhite2.pdf

Category 2 (Gr.03 & 04) : https://digital.library.mcgill.ca/chapbooks/pdfs/PN970_R53_H5_1830.pdf

Category 3 (Gr.05,06&07): https://www.ibiblio.org/ebooks/Irving/Winkle/Irving_Winkle.pdf

Category 4 (Gr.08, 09 & 10): https://jesus.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/the-princess-and-the-goblin.pdf

Wish you all the best and enjoy reading.

 


Arabic Worksheets

Worksheets

Students,

Go to Download Section and work on it.


Syllabus (2021-2022)

Academic Year 2021-2022

Go to the download section to get the downloadable syllabus schedule of all the subjects of all the classes. http://www.nisuaq.com/downloads.php


Student Blog

IT Department

Students of Grade 8 have developed a blog detailing the activities of IT Department. They would like to make it interactive in the next phase. For a short visit go to https://nisuaqitdept.wixsite.com/itdept


TC Application Form

TC Application (General)

Please go to the link

http://www.nisuaq.com/downloads.php


Recent Circulars

Homework Policy

Homework Pattern

HOMEWORK

 

Philosophy

            Homework is defined as the time students spend outside the classroom in assigned learning activities. The school believes the purpose of homework is be to practice, reinforce, or apply acquired skills and knowledge. We also believe, as research supports that moderate assignments completed and done well are more effective than lengthy or difficult ones poorly done.

Homework serves to develop regular study skills and the ability to complete assignments independently. The school further believes completing homework is the responsibility of the student, and as students mature they are more able to work independently. Therefore, parents play a supportive role through monitoring completion of assignments, encouraging students’ efforts and providing a conducive environment for learning.

Homework contributes toward building responsibility, self-discipline and lifelong learning habits. It is the intention of the school staff to assign relevant, challenging and meaningful homework assignments that reinforce classroom learning objectives. Homework will provide students with the opportunity to apply the information they have learned, complete unfinished class assignments, and develop independence.

Actual time required to complete assignments will vary with each student’s study habits, academic skills, and selected course load. If the parent feels the child is spending an inordinate amount of time doing homework, they should contact their child’s teachers.

 

(The detailed Homework schedule has been given in the School Diary)

 

Late Work Penalties

Students are required to turn assignments in on time. Students who turn in late assignments face the following penalties:

  1. Assignments must be turned in on time to receive full credit. Half credit will be assigned for any late assignment submission. Assignments will be accepted until the end of the unit of study.
  2.  Assignments will be reduced one letter grade/10% of earned credit for each day late, not to exceed a 50% penalty of earned credit. Work will be accepted until two weeks after the original due date.

If, during this two-week period, the quarter ends, an incomplete will be issued. A final grade will be given at the end of the two-week period to reflect the appropriate earned credit for the assignment and class.

 

Incentives

• Each student will have the opportunity to use one late work pass for each class during each quarter.

Important: A late work pass does not excuse the assignment, it simply allows for one late turn-in without penalty, provided it is turned in by the next class.

 

Grace Periods for Absences

1) Absences for Illness and/or Family Emergency

• Minimum of two days for each day of absence to complete missed work.

• More than three consecutive days of absence – Teacher and student will determine essential assignments and agree upon due dates.

2) Absences for Illness and/or Family Emergency (Category Two)

•In the event of a one-day absence, for which the work was assigned more than five days in advance, the original due date will be maintained.

• If the absence is more than one day, the grace period above applies.

  1. Planned Absences of More Than One Day

• Absences of one day will follow the two-day grace period.

• If work is available before an absence, it is due upon return.

• If work is requested, but not available in advance, the student will have two days for each day of absence to complete the assignment.

4) Extenuating Circumstances

The student will work with the teacher to make a plan to deal with extenuating circumstances. Examples of extenuating circumstances may include: family emergencies, injuries and extended illnesses.

 

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: DETAILS OF REGULAR HOME WORK (To be practised only at home) & SUBJECT TESTS*

(This system is automatic and it is to be managed at home conveniently; when asked, it is to be submitted to the teacher )

Class

SUN

MON

TUE

WED

THUR

Regular HW

If Tests

Regular HW

If Tests

Regular HW

If Tests

Regular HW

If Tests

 

1-4

BusyBee-Eng Or

Skill sheet

1. Islamic 2. English

1. BusyBee-SS

2.Revise spell words

1. Social

2. Language

Mental Math

Math

Draw & colour a picture from EVS book

1. Science

2. Arabic

5-8

Eng Work Book

1. Islamic 2. English

1. Collect Primary data about 3 countries

2.Revise spell words

1. Social

2.Language

Mental Math

Math

List any 3 inventions & their uses

1. Science

2. Arabic

Cursive (Gr.5)

9-10

Collect a  Letter to the Editor with own remarks

1. Islamic 2. English

1. 5 titles of socially relevant news bits.

2.Revise spell words

1. Social

2.Language

 

Solve a Math puzzle

Math

 

Science Diagram in project book

1. Phy/Che/Bio

2. Arabic

 

GK Test will be conducted on the last Tuesday of every month on the basis of given questions.

 

 

 


General Knowledge

Know Your UAE more

CATEGORY 01 (GRADE 01 & 02)

How many Emirates are there in U.A.E?

Seven

Seven Emirates of UAE

Abu Dhabi , Dubai , Ajman , Sharjah , Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah , Fujairah.

The first president of UAE

Sheikh Zayed

The Father of UAE

Sheikh Zayed

The National Day of UAE

2nd December

Any three tourist attractions in UAE

Burj Khalifa, Atlantis, Ferrari World

The Prime Minister of UAE

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid

The Tallest Tower in the world

Burj Khalifa, Dubai

The Biggest Emirate

Abudhabi

The Smallest Emirate

Ajman

The Metro Train started in Dubai on

09/09/2009

The Garden City of UAE

AlAin

National Anthem of UAE begins

Ishy Bilady

The Official Dress for Emarati Men

Kandurah

The Official Dress for Emarati Women

Abaaya

CATEGORY 02 (GRADE 03 & 04) 

The National animal

Arabian Oryx

The National Flower

Tribulus Omanese

The First Prime Minister

Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed

Any four GCC Countries

UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia

Range of mountains of UAE bordering with Oman

Hajar Mountains

The name of UAE before independence

Trucial States

The Oil discovered at Abudhabi in

1960

The National Flower

Tribulus Omanese

The Largest City of UAE

Dubai

The City closest to Oman

Fujairah

The gigantic Man-built island in UAE

The Palm Islands

The City called ‘Pearl of Gulf’

Dubai

The international Airline in Dubai

Emirates Airlines

The main resource of Economy of UAE

Oil

CATEGORY 03 (GRADE 05 & 06) 

Any 3 important islands in UAE

Abu Al Abyad, Delma, AbuMusa

The Oldest mosque in UAE

Al Badiya Mosque, Fujairah

The international Airline in Abudhabi

Etihad Airways

Members of GCC

The UAE , Bahrain ,  Saudi Arabia , Oman , Qatar , Kuwait.

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) was founded on

26 May 1981

Composer of UAE National Anthem

Arif Al Sheikh Abdullah Al Hassan

Who is known as ‘Wiseman of Arabs’

Shaikh Zayed bin Sultan

The international Horse Race is held at

Meidan Race Course

The Emirate Called ‘Lungs of the UAE

Fujairah

The Ferrari World is located at

Yas Island, Abudhabi

The traditional Dance form of UAE

The art of Youla/ Al-Ayala dance

The Commercial Capital of UAE

Dubai

The Composer of UAE National Anthem

Arif Al Sheikh Abdullah Al Hassan

The Waterbody situated to the North of UAE

Arabian Gulf

Third largest City of Sharjah

The City of Dhaid

CATEGORY 04 (GRADE 07 & 08)

One of the giant projects of UAE

Shuwaib Dam

GCC Countries

Bahrain , Kuwait , Oman , Qatar , Saudi Arabia , and UAE     

The pioneering model for Emarati Women

Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid

The first Arab woman to reach the North Pole

Elham Al Qasimi

One of the important resources of Abudabi besides oil

Pearl Diving

The Mother of UAE

Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak

The first Olympic Medalist from UAE

Sheikh Ahmed bin Hasher (in Shooting)

One of the highest peak in UAE

Jebel Jais

The largest oasis in the Arab World

Al-Ain Oasis

Basket of cotton yarn to collect shell-fish called

Al-Deyan

Heritage Areas in Dubai

Shindaga and Al fahidi

Heritage Area in Abudhabi

Delma Island

Heritage Areas in Sharjah

Al Mareja and Showaiheen

The authentic Bedouin Art in UAE

Al-Hadwa Art

What is Red Crescent in UAE?

The Official Charity Organization of UAE

CATEGORY 05 (GRADE 09 & 10)

The Highest peaks in UAE

Jebel Jubair and Jebel Jais

The Composer of UAE National Anthem

Arif  Al Sheikh Abdullah Al Hassan

Why is it called United Arab Emirates?

Because its seven small Arab Emirates united to make one country

The most prominent traditional crafts and industries in the interior environment of the U.A.E

Wool industry , Shasha industry , Habool industry , Palm leaves industry.

The famous film festivals in the U.A.E  

Abu Dhabi International Film Festival , Dubai International Film Festival and Gulf Film Festival

Name some important dams in the U.A.E

Shuwaib  Dam , Wadi Ham Dam , Wadi Al_Beeh Dam , Lake Faily Dam , Wadi Gulfa Dam

The first gold Olympic medalist for UAE in the double trap shooting event 

Sheikh Ahmed bin Hasher

Which emirates is far in north of the UAE close to Hormuz straits

Ras Al Khaimah

The authentic Bedouin Art in UAE

Al-Hadwa Art

The Mother of UAE

Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak

The first Arab woman to reach the North Pole

Elham Al Qasimi

GCC Countries

Bahrain , Kuwait , Oman , Qatar , Saudi Arabia , and UAE     

The traditional Dance form of UAE

The art of Youla/ Al-Ayala dance

The Waterbody situated to the North of UAE

Arabian Gulf

The important heritage Areas in UAE

Al Mareja and Showaiheen in Sharjah, Delma Island in Abudhabi  Shindaga and Al fahidi in Dubai