# SYLLABUS FOR CLASS X SESSION: 2020-2021 - SALWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL - NAME

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SALWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL SYLLABUS FOR CLASS X SESSION: 2020-2021 \ NAME:___________________________________

PREFACE The Salwan Education Trust in keeping with the spirit of National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 recommends that a child’s life at school must be linked to the immediate environment. Syllabus is an important defining tool that determines learning objectives, expected learning outcomes and general information. Flexibility in curriculum delivery is desirable, yet we cannot undermine the significance of a prescribed syllabus booklet. The curriculum provides an overview to the parents about their child’s learning in school. Following are a few guidelines for parents: - A. Day- to- day Monitoring Regularity in academics Continuous feedback from the ward and subject teachers. Completion of Class/Home Assignments Ensure a well-structured routine at home. B. Familiarization of Assessment /Examination Design In the entire academic year the school will conduct a series of periodic tests and gradually prepare students to acquire confidence and skills required to appear for formal examination in future. The examination design aims at enhancing curiosity, creativity and sharpening the ability to apply that knowledge to the real world. C. Encouraging self-study Self-study makes the child independent, confident and encourages out of the box interpretation. Simple things like observing civic niceties with regard to traffic rules, public property and environment, respecting diversity, empathy and gender sensitivity has become part of curriculum.

Index S.No Content Pages 1 Text Books/Stationery 1-2 2 English 3-7 3 Hindi 8-14 4 Sanskrit 15-18 5 Mathematics 19-24 6 Science 25-56 7 SST 57-71 8 Computer Applications 72-75 9 Art and craft 76-79 10 Music and Dance 80-88 11 Health and Physical Education 89-95 12 Assignment And Assessment Planning 96

Book List & Stationary Session- 2020-2021 Class: X Subject Name of book Publisher Notebook type Qty English Language and Literature *First flight: Textbook in English for class X Single line register 1 Code- 184 NCERT * Footprints without feet Textbook Workbook NCERT workbook for class X ( under designing) Supplementary Reader Footprints without feet *Hindi (Optional) Single line register 1+1=2 Sparsh Part 2 (Course-B) NCERT Textbook Workbook Sanchayan Part 2 (Course-B) NCERT Grammar Vykaran-Parichay Full Marks *Sanskrit Single line register 1 Shemushi Part II NCERT (Optional) Grammar Book: Vyakran Vithi part II Mathematics Single line register 2 Mathematics Text Book For Class X Exemplar NCERT Activity File 1 Science, Textbook For Class X NCERT Single line register 3 Science Exemplar Practical Files Together With Science lab manual – X with (1 Physics+ 1 chemistry+ 1 3 3 practical files Rachna Sagar Biology Social Science History 2 India And The Contemporary World-2 Single line register Geography NCERT Contemporary India -2 Political Science Democratic Politics-2 1

Economics CBSE Understanding Economics Development Half Imperial Portfolio 1 Cartridge Sheet 10 CamelWater Colour Art & Craft (Half) Paint brush (2,6,8) Pencil 2B, 6B Aesthetic Art-class 10 Kirti Publications Charcoal 18 Name Slips shades 1 each 1 each 1 Packet 1 Sheet French (CBSE Single line registers 2 Entre Jeunes Part 2 (Optional) Publications) Punjabi Sahitak kirna-2 CBSE Single line registers 2 (Optional) Sahitak rang-2 Computer Application Fast track in CA for class X Navdeep Single line register 1 (Optional) Music Raag Parichay- I by Dr. Harish Chandra Single line register 1 Sangeet Sadan (Optional) Shrivastava Prakashan Sangeet Shastra Darpan - I by Shanti Pathak Govardhan Publication 2

ENGLISH MONTH: MARCH Content/ Book/ Skill 3th Week 4th & 5th Week First Flight Familiarization with the course and marking scheme First Flight Footprints without Feet Writing Skills Poem- Dust of Snow Letter to the Editor Grammar: Letter of Inquiry Verb in the indefinite tense (Present and past) Usage of First Flight Prepositions: of, from, with, in, on, at, into, across, along, beside, A Letter to God between, among etc. Footprints without Feet A Triumph of Surgery Learning Objectives To develop familiarity with the poetic uses of language & poetic devices. To write in a style appropriate for communicative purposes. Expected Learning Outcome Plan, organize and present ideas coherently Teaching Aids Newspaper & Smart Board Assessment Classroom discussions Written work as class and home assignment Reference to context MONTH: APRIL Content/ Book/ Skill 1st & 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week First Flight First Flight First Flight Footprints without Writing Skills Footprints without Feet Nelson Mandela: Long Two stories about Feet The Thief’s Story Letter of Placing an Order Walk to Freedom flying The Midnight Visitor Article Writing Poem- Fire and Ice Poem: Poem: Grammar: Use of How to tell Wild The Ball Poem Can/Could , Shall Animals Grammar: Integrated exercise for /Should, Will/Would, error correction Poem: ( With grammar topics done so far) A Tiger in the Zoo Learning Objectives To grasp the global meaning of the text, its gist and its theme To develop familiarity with the poetic uses of language & poetic devices To write in a style appropriate for communicative purposes Expected Learning Outcome Plan, organize and present ideas coherently Teaching Aids Newspaper & Smart Board 3

Assessment Classroom discussions Writing work as class and home assignment Reference to context MONTH: MAY Content/ Book/ Skill 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week First Flight First Flight Revision First Flight First Flight Writing Skills Footprints without Feet From the Diary of First Flight The Hundred Dresses Part I The Hundred Story Writing Anne Frank Poem Integrated grammar practice Dresses Part II Clauses: Noun, Amanda! Jumble sentences from the A Question Of Adverbs of time Grammar: text for practices. Trust and condition, Usage of must, Integrated Relative Clause. ought to, need grammar to, have to, had practices with all to, and their topics covered so negative forms. far. Reported Determiners Speech: and Statements, Conjunctions commands and requests, interrogative sentences. Learning Objectives To grasp the global meaning of the text, its gist and its theme To develop the advanced skills of reasoning, inferring and analyzing To develop the ability to be logically persuasive in defending one's opinion Expected Learning Outcome Plan, organize and present ideas coherently Teaching Aids Newspaper & Smart Board Assessment Classroom discussions Writing work as class and home assignment Reference to context Periodic Test 1 MONTH: JULY Content/ Book/ Skill 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week First Flight First Flight First Flight Footprints Footprints Footprints without Footprints without Feet Poem Mijbil The Otter without Feet without Feet Feet Animals Poem Footprints without Making of a The Hack driver The Trees Feet Scientist Glimpses Of India Writing Skills The Necklace Poem Grammar: Letter of 4

Fog Complaint Practice of Grammar: Determiners Use of a , an ,the Reordering of words to make meaningful sentences. Learning Objectives To identify the main points and supporting details To explore and evaluate features of character, plot, setting. Expected Learning Outcome Plan, organize and present ideas coherently Teaching Aids Newspapers, kiddingtown.com, sparknotes.com Assessment Class Discussions Practice of writing skills Written work as class and home assignment MONTH: AUGUST Content/ Book/ Skill 1st & 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th and 6th Week First Flight First Flight Revision First Flight First Flight Footprints without Feet Poem First Flight The Tale of Custard Madam Rides the Bus For Anne Gregory The Sermon at Benares the Dragon ASL Revision Grammar: Transformation of sentences: Active-Passive voice, Reported Speech, Gap Filling exercise Learning Objectives To identify the main points and supporting details To explore and evaluate features of character, plot, setting. Expected Learning Outcome Plan, organize and present ideas coherently Teaching Aids Newspapers, kiddingtown.com, sparknotes.com Assessment Class Discussions Practice of writing skills Written work as class and home assignment Periodic Test 2 5

MONTH: SEPTEMBER Content/ Book/ Skill 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th & 5th Week Revision First Flight First Flight Footprints without Feet Footprints without Feet Writing Skills Drama Drama Drama Drama Vistas The Proposal The Proposal (Contd.) The Book That Saved The Book That Saved Flamingo Footprints without The Earth The Earth(Contd.) Feet Grammar: Bholi Transformation of sentences:, Reported Speech, Gap Learning Objectives To check the students’ understanding of the lessons Expected Learning Outcome Revision of poem and prose Teaching Aids Sample Papers form reckoner and cbseguide.com Assessment Revision work and examination MONTH: OCTOBER Content/ Book/ Skill 1st & 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Flamingo Pre-Board Exam - I Pre-Board Exam - I Distribution & Discussion of Pre Distribution & Discussion of Vistas board Papers Pre board Papers Learning Objectives To appreciate and analyze the plot and characters. To grasp the global meaning of the text, its gist and its theme To appreciative figurative use of language in poetry Expected Learning Outcome Plan, organize and present ideas coherently Teaching Aids Newspapers, kiddingtown.com, sparknotes.com Assessment Class Discussions Practice of writing skills Written work as class and home assignment MONTH: NOVEMBER Content/ Book/ Skill 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week Flamingo Revision Revision Revision Revision Vistas Revision Learning Objectives To critically examine a text and comment on different aspects 6

Expected Learning Outcome Revision of plots and characters Usage of the words and language appropriate for the theme Teaching Aids Sample Papers from reckoners and cbseguide.com Assessment Class discussion Practice – Sample Papers MONTH: DECEMBER Content/ Book/ Skill 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week Flamingo Common Pre-Board Common Pre-Board Common Pre-Board Revision Revision Distribution & Discussion of Common Pre-Board Examination Pre board Papers ASL (Term II) Learning Objectives To understand the plot, theme and background To revise the language structures already learnt Expected Learning Outcome Understanding of plots and characters Usage of the words and language appropriate for the theme Teaching Aids Sample Papers from reckoners and cbseguide.com Assessment Class discussion ,Practice – Sample Papers MONTH: JANUARY Content/ Book/ 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Skill Common Pre-Board Revision Revision Revision Revision Revision Revision MONTH: FEBRUARY Content/Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th & 5th Week Revision Revision of sample Papers Practice tests and clearing the Revision Preparation for the Board and practice test doubts & queries. exam. Learning Objectives Clearing their doubts. Learning Outcomes Students would be thorough with the revised topics. Assessment/ Activity Practice tests. Teaching Aids /Resources Sample papers. 7

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MATHEMATICS MONTH: MARCH Content / Topic 3rd week 4th week Chapter 2: Polynomials Chapter 2 : Chapter 1 : Introduction to polynomials Euclid’s algorithm & its application. Relationship between zeroes & coefficients of a Fundamental theorem of Arithmetic Chapter 1 : Real Numbers polynomial H.C.F and L.C.M of two or more numbers. Division algorithm for polynomials Revisiting Irrational numbers.& their decimal expansions Learning Objectives To find the zeroes of a given polynomial graphically and algebraically To understand the relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial. To understand and apply the H.C.F. & L.C.M. Algorithm/lemma in real life situation. Expected Learning The students will be able to Outcomes Establish the relationship between the zeros of a polynomial and it’s co-efficient. Calculate HCF. & LCM. Using Euclid algorithm/lemma and prime factorization. Find decimal representation of rational and irrational numbers. Use contradiction method for proving a statement. To be able to solve problems on division algorithm. Teaching Aid/Resource Smart class module MONTH: APRIL Content / Topic 1st & 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week Chapter 3 :Pair of Linear Chapter 3 : Chapter 3: Chapter 3 : Chapter :15 Equations In Two Graphical method of Elimination Method Equations reducible Classical probability Variables solution of a pair of linear and word problems to a pair of linear Random equations. Cross Multiplication equations in two Experiment, Chapter 15 : Algebraic method of Method and word variables Sample Space, Probability solution of a pair of linear problems Equations in two Outcomes. equations Conditons of variables & word Problems based on Substitution method and consistency. problems. probability. word problems Learning Objectives To represent linear equations in two variables graphically and algebraically. To apply the knowledge of linear equations in problem solving in real life problems. 19

To enable the students to understand the concept of theoretical probability of different events Expected Learning The student will be able to Outcomes Solve the pair of linear equations by different methods. Apply the concept of solving linear equations to solve word problems. Understand the concept of theoretical probability of different events. Teaching Aid/Resource Smart class module Lab Activity To obtain the condition for consistency of a system of linear equations in two variables by graphical method. To reinforce the concept of probability through an activity. MONTH: MAY Content / Topic 1st & 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week Chapter 14 : Statistics Chapter 14 : Chapter 14 (contd.) . . Chapter 8 : Chapter 8 Statistics Median Trigonometric ratios. Trigonometry Chapter 8 : Introduction – Mean Graphical Trigonometric ratios of identities. To Trigonometry and representation of specific angles. Mode Cumulative frequency Trigonometric ratios of distribution complementary angles. Emperical Relationship. Learning Objectives Interpretation and analysis of given data by using Mean and Mode. Interpretation, representation and analysis of given data, through different types of graphs To acquaint the students with the concept of Trigonometric ratios & its Identities. Use the concept of trigonometric ratios & its identities to solve given problems Expected Learning The student will be able to: Outcomes To organize, represent & interpret the data by using mean and mode. Make graphical representation of data such as Ogive and to interpret median from it. Apply the concept of Trigonometric ratios and its identities Teaching Aid/Resource Smart class module Assessment / To verify the identity sin2 + cos2 =1, through an activity. Lab Activity Periodic Test 1 20

MONTH: JULY Content / Topic 1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th week and 5th week Chapter 6 : Triangles Chapter 6 : Areas of similar Chapter 6 contd. - Chapter 4 Similar figures triangles. problems based on Solution of Quadratic Chapter 4: Quadratic Thales Theorem. Pythagoras Theorem, equations by factorization Equations Criteria of similarity Proof of its converse of triangles. Pythagoras Chapter 4 Quadratic formula Theorem, its Introduction to Nature of Roots converse. Quadratic Equation. Word Problems using quadratic equations Learning Objectives To develop the ability of comparison of similar, congruent triangles & its area To understand Pythagoras theorem and its converse. To solve the quadratic equation by different methods & its applications. Expected Learning The student will be able to Outcomes Recall similar figures and identify them. Recognize various rules to show two triangles similar Use Pythagoras theorem and its converse in different situations Find solutions of right triangle and use it to solve practical problems based on it. Solve the quadratic equations by different methods and to apply its concept in solving word problems Teaching Aid/ Smart class module Resource Teaching Aid on Pythagoras theorem. Lab Activity To Verify Basic proportionality theorem by the method of paper cutting and pasting. To verify Pythagoras theorem by the method of paper cutting and pasting. Factorization of Quadratic equations by the method of completing square using paper cutting method. 21

MONTH: AUGUST Content / Topic 1st week and 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th Week Chapter 5: Arithmetic Chapter 5 : Chapter 5 : (contd.) Chapter 5 : (contd.) Chapter 9 Progressions. Introduction to A.P. Angle of Depression nth term of an A.P. Sum of first n terms of Miscellaneous & Angle of Chapter 9: Some Its application in an A.P. Problems of A.P. Elevation Application of solving word Its application in Chapter 9 Related Problems on Trigonometry problem of A.P solving word Introduction of Height & distances problems. height and distances Learning Objectives To enable the students to understand the concept of Arithmetic Progression & its application in everyday experiences. Use the concept of sum of nth term of an A.P. in solving problems. To apply the concept of trigonometry in finding heights & distances in day to day life Expected Learning The student will be able to Outcomes Understand the concept of sequence/patterns and A.P. as a special sequence. Use the concept nth term of an A.P. in solving problems. Use the concept of trigonometry in finding the height & distance Teaching Aid/ Resource Smart class module Lab Activity To verify that the given sequence is an A.P by paper cutting and pasting activity. To verify that the sum of first ‘n’ natural numbers is given by by graphical method. To make clinometer for measuring angle of elevation/depression of an object. Assessment / Periodic Test 2 Lab Activity MONTH: SEPTEMBER Content / Topic 1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th week and 5th Week Chapter 7 Co- Ordinate Chapter 7 Chapter 7 (contd.) Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Geometry Distance Mid point Introduction to Division of a Line segment Formula formula tangents and Construction of similar Chapter 10: Circles and related and related secants triangles. problems problems Theorems on Construction of a pair of Chapter 11: Constructions Section Area of tangent to a circle tangents from an ext. pt. to a formula Triangle. Problems based on circle. them 22

Learning Objectives To familiarize the students with coordinate plane & finding distance between two points. To develop the motor skills of the students using the concept of circle. Divide a line segment and construct similar triangles Construct a pair of tangents from an external point to a circle Expected Learning The student will be able to Outcomes Familiarize themselves with the co-ordinate plane Find the distance between two points. Use concept of distance formula, section formula in day to day life situations. Use concept of tangent to circles in solving given problems. Teaching Aid/Resource Smart Class Module Lab Activity To find the number of tangents from a given point to a circle. To verify that the length of the tangents drawn from an external points to a circle are equal in length MONTH: OCTOBER Content / Topic 1st and 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week REVISION Revision + Preboard I Preboard I Preboard I Preboard I Assessment Preboard I MONTH: NOVEMBER Content / Topic 1st week and 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th Week Chapter 12: Areas Related Chapter 12 . Chapter 12 (Contd.) Chapter:13 Chapter 13 (Contd.) To Circles Perimeter & Area Areas of Surface Areas & Chapter 13: Surface Areas of a circle - A combination of Volumes of Frustum of a cone and Volumes review plane figures combination of solids. Area of sector & Conversion of one Revision of Common Pre segment of a circle solid into the other Board Exams. Learning Objectives To apply the concept of area & perimeter of plane figures in day to day life. To recall and apply the formulas of Surface area/Volume of 3D shapes in every -day life situations. To find the surface area & volume of combination of solid figures To find the Surface area and Volume of frustum of a cone. Expected Learning The student will be able to Outcomes Use the concept of area & perimeter of plane figures in given problems. Find the surface area & volume of combination of solid figures. Understand the concept of conversion of solids from one form to other. 23

Apply the concept of volume of solid figures in new situations. Solve problems based on frustum of cone. Teaching Aid/Resource Cutouts of squares, rectangles, semicircles and combination of plane figures Smart Class Module. Lab Activity To derive the formula for curved and total surface area of a cylinder. To make a cone of given slant height and radius. MONTH: DECEMBER Content / Topic 1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th and 5th week REVISION Revision using Sample papers Common Pre Board Common Pre Common Pre Board Exams.+ Paper for Common Pre Board Exam Exams Board Exams Discussion Expected Learning The students will be able to Outcomes Recapitulate, practice and strengthen all the concepts for pre-board examinations. Teaching Aid / Resources Sample Papers Assessment Common Pre Board Exam MONTH: JANUARY Content / Topic 1st Week & 2nd week 3rd week - 5th Week --- Revision Learning Objectives To strengthen the concepts learnt Expected Learning The students will be able to Outcomes Recapitulate, practice and strengthen all the concepts for board examinations. Teaching Aid / Resources Sample Papers MONTH: FEBRUARY Content / Topic 1st week - 5th week Revision Learning Objectives To strengthen the concepts learnt. Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to Recapitulate, practice and strengthen all the concepts for board examinations. Teaching Aid / Resources Sample Papers by CBSE, EduDel, KVS Assessment Lab Activity Lab activity exam MONTH: MARCH 1st Week - 4th Week Board Exams 24

SCIENCE PHYSICS MONTH: MARCH Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th& 5th Week Chapter 12 : Electricity Chapter 12 : Chapter 12 : Introduction Circuit diagram-Components of Charge circuit and their symbols Electric current and circuit Ohm’s law Electric potential and Circuit diagram Potential difference Verification Numericals graphical representation Practical Recognition of the apparatus in the lab. To study the dependence of potential difference (V) across a resistor on the current (I) passing through it and determine its resistance. Also plot a graph between V and I. Learning Objectives Students will be able to understand the concept of charge and electric current Identify and list different types of electrical components. understand and evaluate the numerical value of current, resistance and potential. Expected Learning Outcome The learners would be able to Draw graphical representation of ohm’s law Develop meaning of electric current and its unit, electric potential, potential difference and their units. Evolve Ohm’s law and express it mathematically Verify Ohm’s law experimentally Teaching Aid Smart module, circuits Ready Reckoner Assessment Ready Reckoner question bank Class test 25

MONTH: APRIL Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Chapter 12 : Electricity Chapter 12 : Chapter 12 : Chapter 12 : Chapter 12 : Chapter 12 : Resistance Parallel Combination Heating effect of Electric Discussion of Factors on which resistance of resistances electric current power NCERT exercise depends Numericals based on Practical Commercial Series Combination of combination of applications of unit resistances resistances heating effect Numericals Numericals Numericals Practical To determine the equivalent resistance of two resistors when connected in series. Practice of practical based questions Learning Objectives Students will be able to understand the concept of series and parallel combination of resistances. identify the arrangements - series and parallel. understand heating effect of current and their applications. solve the numerical based on power and energy convert the units of electrical energy . able to develop numerical solving skills Expected Learning The learners would be able to Outcome Develop meaning of resistance using Ohm’s law and list the factors which affect resistance Calculate effective resistance in series and in parallel combination understand and evaluate the numerical value of different quantities like heat energy, power and electrical energy. Observe that heat is produced due to flow of current State Joule’s law and express it mathematically Recognize application of commercial unit of energy in our daily life. Teaching Aid Smart module, circuits Ready Reckoner Assessment Ready Reckoner question bank Class test 26

MONTH: MAY Content / Topic 1st & 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Chapter 13 : Magnetic Chapter 13 : Chapter 13 : Chapter 13 : Chapter 13 Effects of Electric Magnetic field Magnetic field Force on a current carrying Direct and alternating Current Field lines pattern due to circular conductor in a magnetic field current Properties of field lines coil Fleming ‘s left hand rule Reasoning questions Oersted’s experiment Clock rule Electric motor Domestic electric circuit Magnetic field due to Magnetic field Reasoning questions Electric Fuse current carrying straight pattern due to a Electromagnetic induction Overloading conductor solenoid Flemings right hand rule Short-circuiting Right hand thumb rule Electromagnet Electric generator Earthing Reasoning questions Factors on which Discussion of NCERT strength of exercise electromagnet depends Practical To determine the equivalent resistance of two resistors when connected in parallel. Practice of practical based questions Learning Objectives Students will be able to understand the properties of magnetic field lines draw magnetic field pattern due to circular coil and solenoid understand the reason of force on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic field recognize the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction comprehend the importance domestic circuit, earthing. differentiate between overloading and short – circuiting; AC and DC. Expected Learning The learners would be able to Outcome Conceptualize magnetic field lines and list their properties. Comprehend and apply right hand thumb rule to find the direction of magnetic field Interpret construction of Solenoid & electro-magnet and their uses draw magnetic field pattern due to circular coil and solenoid Comprehend and apply Fleming’s Left hand rule for finding direction of force on a current carrying conductor. Comprehend induced current, state Fleming’s Right hand rule and apply it to find direction of induced current Understand the importance of fuse, voltage fluctuations, AC, DC. Teaching Aid Smart module , magnets and iron filings 27

Ready Reckoner Assessment Ready Reckoner question bank Periodic test 1 MONTH: JULY Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Chapter 10 : Light – Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Reflection and Refraction Reflection of light Rules for image Image Mirror formula Refractio Laws of reflection formation by formation by Linear n of light Spherical mirrors concave mirror and convex mirror Magnification Cause of Important terms convex mirror Uses of mirror Numerical based refraction related to spherical Image formation by Sign on mirror formula Refractio mirrors concave mirror conventions for n through reflection by glass slab spherical mirrors Practical To determine the focal length of a) Concave mirror b) Convex lens, by obtaining the image of a distant object. To trace the path of a ray of light passing through a rectangular glass slab for different angles of incidence. Measure the angle of incidence, angle of refraction, angle of emergence and interpret the result. Learning Objectives Students will be able to understand the terminology of spherical mirrors Draw rules for the ray diagrams for mirrors. understand the concept of mirror and types of mirror draw ray diagrams for image formation for different positions of the object in front of mirrors. understand uses of mirrors in day to day life Expected Learning The learners would be able to Outcome Identify light as a form of energy that affects sight Conceptualize the term reflection of light and laws of reflection Comprehend the term spherical mirrors, identify their types and define the terms—pole, aperture, focus, principal axis, centre of curvature, radius of curvature and focal length. Discover rules for obtaining image formed by spherical mirrors. 28

Draw ray diagrams for image formation for different positions of the object in front of a mirror. solve the numericals based on mirror formula Investigate the uses of plane mirrors, concave mirrors and convex mirrors in our day-to-day life, with the help of activity Conceptualize sign conventions and apply to solve numerical Comprehend mirror formula and magnification and solve numerical problems Comprehend definition of refraction of light and represent it diagrammatically Teaching Aid Smart module, Spherical mirrors,glass slab Ready Reckoner Assessment Ready Reckoner question bank Class Test MONTH: AUGUST Content / Topic 1st & 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th & 6th Week Chapter 10 : Light – Chapter 10 : Chapter 10 Chapter 10 : Chapter 11: Laws of refraction Lenses and types of Image formation by Structure of human eye Reflection and Refraction Chapter 11 :Human Eye Refractive Index lenses concave lens Working of human eye and The Colorful World Relation between Rules of refraction Sign convention in lenses. Functions of parts of eye refractive index and by lenses. Lens formula Power of accommodation speed Image formation by Numerical based on lens Cataract –cause and Numerical based on convex lens formula correction refractive index Uses of lenses Power of a lens Practical To find the image distance for varying object distances in case of a convex lens and draw corresponding ray diagrams to show the nature of image formed. Practice of practical based questions Learning Objectives Students will be able to Understand the concept of refractive index and its relation with speed of light understand the terminology of lenses understand the concept of lens and types of lens learn and understand the sign conventions for lenses draw ray diagrams for convex lens for different positions of an object 29

Develop meaning of power of lens, state and define its unit Identify human eye as a natural optical device which works like camera. Expected Learning The learners would be able to Outcome Evolve laws of refraction of light, verify them experimentally Interpret the meaning of the term refractive index and its relation to the velocity of light Identify types of lens and discover rules for image formation in lenses Sketch ray diagrams to locate image in lenses for different positions of the object Comprehend the lens formula and magnification solve the numerical based on lens formula and power of lens Sketch various parts of the eye and understand their functions and correlate it to everyday situations. Develop the meaning of term accommodation as the ability to see nearby and distant objects Teaching Aid Smart module, Lenses Ready Reckoner Assessment Note book Assessment Ready Reckoner question bank Periodic Test 2 MONTH: SEPTEMBER Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th & 5th Week Chapter 11 :Human Eye Chapter 11: Chapter 11: Chapter 11: Chapter 11 and The Colorful World Defects of vision Presbyopia –cause Rainbow formation Scattering of light Myopia – cause,correction and and correction Atmospheric refraction Tyndall effect ray diagram for the defect Refraction Twinkling of stars Blue color of sky Hypermetropia-Cause and through a Advanced sunrise and Colour of sun at correction and ray diagram prism delayed sunset sunrise and sunset Numerical based on myopia Dispersion of Discussion of and hypermetropia white light by NCERT exercise a glass prism Cause of dispersion Practical To trace the path of the rays of light through a glass prism. Practice of practical based questions 30

Learning Objectives Students will be able to understand the various defects of vision appreciate the corrections required for various defects. understand dispersion and its cause illustrate that white light is composed of seven colours understand the formation of rainbow phenomena Comprehend the reason for twinkling of stars and delayed sunset understand the scattering phenomena Expected Learning The learners would be able to Outcome understand and draw the diagram for correction of defects explain the cause of dispersion explain formation of rainbow list the applications of atmospheric refraction understand scattering of light and its applications Develop the meaning of defects of vision, their cause and infer their correction using suitable lens explain the cause of dispersion and formation of rainbow Justify how stars appear to twinkle but planets do not twinkle Develop concept of scattering of light and Tyndall Effect Infer that the colour of Scatterred light depends on the size of particles Teaching Aid Sample Papers, Chalk, Blackboard, duster. Assessment Class Tests MONTH: OCTOBER Content / Topic 1st and 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Revision Pre board Pre board Pre board Pre board Examination Examination Examination Examination examination Distribution and discussion of Pre -board I papers Practical Practice of practical based questions Learning Objectives Students will be able to know and correct the mistakes done in the answer sheets of Pre board examination. Expected Learning The learners would be able to recall and remember all the concepts Outcome Teaching Aid Smart board content ,Ready Recknor 31

Assessment Ready Reckoner question bank Pre board examination MONTH: NOVEMBER Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week Chapter 14: Sources of Chapter 14: Chapter 14: Revision energy • What is a good source of Alternative sources of Revision energy? energy Environmental Conventional Sources of consequences Energy Discussion of NCERT Improvement in the technology exercise for using conventional sources of energy. Learning Objectives Students will be able to understand the meaning of conventional sources of energy. distinguish between conventional and non-conventional sources of energy. understand the methods of improving conventional sources of energy. realize the effect of these sources of energy on environment Expected Learning The learners would be able to Outcome identify the parameters needed to classify a source as a good energy source interpret the advantages and disadvantages of using fossil fuels, thermal power and hydro power as source of energy justify the need to improve the technology for using conventional sources of energy develop the concept of nonconventional energy sources & list their significance realize the importance of conservation of resources for future generation Teaching Aid Smart module Ready Reckoner Assessment Ready Reckoner question bank Class test 32

MONTH: DECEMBER Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th and 5th Week Common Preboard Common Preboard Common Common Preboard Discussion and Distribution Examination Examination Preboard Examination of papers Revision Examination Revision Practical Practice of practical based questions Learning Objectives Students will be able to recapitulate different topics clarify doubts know and correct the mistakes done in the answer sheets of Common Preboard Examination Expected Learning Outcome The learners would be able to recall and remember all the concepts understand and evaluate the errors and mistakes done in the paper and would be able to improve upon the same through correction Teaching Aid Sample papers Ready reckoner Assessment Common Preboard Examination MONTH: JANUARY Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Revision ---------- ------- Revision Revision Revision for Subject Enrichment Activity/Practicals Practical Practice of practical based questions Learning Objectives Students will be able to recapitulate different topics clarify doubts know and correct the mistakes done in solving numericals. Expected Learning Outcome The learners would be able to recall and remember all the concepts Teaching Aid Sample papers Ready Reckoner Assessment Class Test 33

MONTH: FEBRUARY Content / Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week Revision Subject Enrichment . Revision Revision Revision Activity/Practicals + Revision Learning Objectives Students will be able to recall and remember all the concepts Expected Learning Outcome Student will be able to get thorough practice of concepts and numerical Teaching Aid Smart board content, sample papers Assessment Note book Assessment Subject Enrichment Activity Assessment MONTH: MARCH Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Board Exams Board Exams Board Exams Board Exams Board Exams 34

CHEMISTRY MONTH: MARCH Content / Topic 1st 2nd 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Week Week Chapter 1: ---- --- Introduction to Balancing chemical equations 2. Decomposition Reactions CHEMICAL meaning and (contd.) and its types- Thermal, REACTIONS writing Making equations more Electrolytic, Photochemical AND EQUATIONS chemical equations informative via symbolic Observable changes representation for physical accompanying a states chemical reaction Types of chemical reactions: Balancing chemical 1.Combination Reactions equations Practical Apparatus will be shown to the students. Learning Objectives Students will be able to: write word and skeletal equations. predict occurrence of a chemical reaction. understand significance of balancing. differentiate between combination and decomposition reactions. classify different reactions under types of decomposition reactions. Expected Learning Students would be able to: Outcome write formulae and balanced chemical equations classify different reactions explain physical significance of a chemical reaction Teaching Aid Smart class modules Ready reckoner Assessment Ready reckoner question bank Class test 35

MONTH: APRIL Content/Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Chapter 1: 3. Displacement 6. Exothermic 8. Redox reaction - Corrosion – Chapter 2 CHEMICAL reaction reactions Meaning of oxidation Meaning, Discussion of REACTIONS 4. Double 7. Endothermic Reduction effects and NCERT exercise AND EQUATIONS displacement reactions oxidising agent preventive reaction/ 8. Redox reducing agent measures precipitation reaction reaction Rancidity - 5. Neutralisation Meaning and reaction prevention Practical To study different kinds of chemical reactions. Learning Objectives The students will be able to: define the various kinds of reactions. differentiate between displacement and double displacement reactions. explain oxidation and reduction. explain corrosion and rancidity. Expected Learning The students would be able to: Outcome understand redox reactions taking place in our daily life. explain reason for corrosion of certain metals. apply concept of rancidity of oils and fats. explain significance of neutralization reaction. apply knowledge of oxidation and reduction to changes occurring around us. Teaching Aids Smart class modules Demonstration of chemical reactions Ready reckoner Assessment Ready reckoner question bank Class test 36

MONTH: MAY Content/Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Chapter 2: Meaning of acids and Olfactory indicators Strong/ weak bases Preparation, Plaster of bases Chemical properties pH concept properties and uses of Paris ACIDS, BASES Indicators and its types- of acids and bases Importance of pH compounds Discussion AND SALTS 1. natural in daily life Chemicals from of 2. synthetic Types of salts and NaOH NCERT Acid-base indicators Meaning of electrolyte their pH Bleaching powder exercise Strong/weak acids Baking soda Washing soda Practical To study the properties of dilute HCl and dilute NaOH. To find the pH of unknown samples using pH papers. Learning Objective The students will be able to: quote examples of acid-base and olfactory indicators. tell the colour changes of indicators in acidic and basic solutions. explain the general properties of acids and bases. differentiate between a base and an alkali. understand the meaning and concept of ionization of acids and bases. explain concept of and its applicability. understand pH of salt solutions. understand the properties of NaOH, baking soda, washing soda, bleaching powder. explain the preparation of NaOH, baking soda, washing soda, plaster of paris. Expected Learning The students would be able to: Outcome identify various natural and synthetic indicators. determine the nature of unknown samples using different indicators distinguish between strong and weak acids and bases. relate pH to everyday life. distinguish between baking soda and washing soda. explain the reasons for usage of inorganic compounds in everyday practice. understand the application of Plaster of Paris and Bleaching powder in everyday life. 37

Teaching Aids Smart class modules Tests of indicators with acidic and basic substances pH papers to test the nature of solutions Ready reckoner Assessment Ready reckoner question bank Periodic Test 1 MONTH: JULY Content/Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Chapter -3 Physical properties Chemical properties of Ionic bonding Electrolytic reduction Extraction of METALS AND of metals and non metals Properties of Roasting less reactive NON-METALS metals and non- Reactivity series Ionic Calcination Metals metals compounds Thermite reaction Electrolytic refining of Copper Minerals and Ores Metallurgy – steps involved Practical To study the action of certain metals on salt solutions and arrange them in the order of their reactivity Learning Objective The students will be able to: understand the physical properties of metals and non-metals. explain chemical properties of metals. understand the formation of ions. understand the reasons for ion formation. describe meaning of ionic bonding. differentiate between roasting and calcination. explain electrolytic reduction. 38

Expected Learning The students would be able to: Outcome identify different metals and non metals around them. describe the properties of metals and non-metals used in daily life. recall reactivity series of metals. distinguish between metals and non-metals. understand the various steps involved in metallurgy. identify ionic compounds on the basis of their properties. differentiate between minerals and ores. understand the application of thermite reaction in daily life. Teaching Aids Smart class modules Ready reckoner Assessment Class +Homework Assignments Ready reckoner question bank Class Tests 39

MONTH: AUGUST Content/Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week Chapter 3: Corrosion Discussion of Chapter-4 Chapter-4 IUPAC Nomenclature METALS AND Alloys – NCERT Carbon- tetravalency Hydrocarbons- of carbon NON-METALS Meaning, exercise and catenation Meaning and types compounds Examples and Covalent bonding 1. saturated Chapter 4: uses Types of covalent hydrocarbons CARBON AND single, double and triple 2. unsaturated ITS bonds hydrocarbons COMPOUNDS Electron dot structure 3. cyclic hydrocarbons Isomerism – Position and chain Practical Discussion of practical based questions. Learning Objective The student will be able to: diagrammatically explain electrolytic refining of copper and other elements of similar reactivity. learn about different alloys and their uses. explain the reason behind versatile nature of carbon. describe catenation and tetravalency explain meaning of covalent bonding. differentiate between saturated and unsaturated compounds. state properties of covalent compounds. write name of carbon compounds as per IUPAC system. write electron-dot structures of organic compounds. state the isomers of alkanes and draw their structural formulae name organic compounds according to IUPAC system write electron-dot structures of organic compounds Expected The student would be able to: Learning Outcome explain the methods involved in preventing the rusting of iron. understand the reason for the formation of a large number of carbon compounds. explain the difference between ionic and covalent bonding. recall the meaning of saturated and unsaturated compounds. draw structural formulae of organic compounds. 40

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