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

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

    SYLLABUS FOR CLASS X

       SESSION: 2020-2021
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    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.
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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.

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Ekkl % vxLr
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ikB@fo"k;                      izFke, n~forh; lIrkg 5        Rk`rh; lIrkg 4            prqFkZ lIrkg 5         prqFkZ lIrkg 4    Ikape lIrkg 5+1
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lwpuk ys[ku ]vifBr xn~;ka'k ]
foKkiu ys[ku ] laokn ys[ku
f'k{k.k mn~ns';                     Hkkjr dh HkkSxksfyd fLFkfr ls voxr djokukA izd`fr esa mifLFkr fofHkUu izkd`frd miknkuksa ds izfr izse dks Hkko
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                                    Nk=ksa dks lwpuk o foKkiu ys[ku ls ifjfpr djokukA
                                   okD; dh lajpuk ,oa :ikarj dh tkudkjh nsukA
                                   okD;ksa ds fofHkUu :iksa dks le> dj mls ifjofrZr djus dh ;ksX;rk fodflr djukA
vIksf{kr f'k{k.k vf/kxe               छात्र समझने में समथि ह ि
                                                             ों े ---
                                   dgkuh] dfork vkfn i
f'k{k.k mn~ns';             rksi dfork ds ek/;e ls Nk=ksa dks vius Hkwrdky dh xyfr;ksa ls lh[k ysdj Hkfo"; es lrZd jgus dh izsj.kk nsukA
                             lSfud ds ek/;e ls Nk=ksa dks ns'k ij viuk loZLo vfiZr dj ns”k dh lqj{kk ds fy, cfynku Hkkouk ls voxr djokukA
                             ikjLifjd fu'Ny izse ls voxr djokukA
                             vkSipkfjd i= ds izk:Ik dk Kku vkSj HkkokfHkO;fDr ls ifjfpr djokukA
 vIksf{kr f'k{k.k vf/kxe           छात्र समझने में समथि ह ि
                                                          ों े ---
                               ns”k dh lqj{kk ds izfr lrdZ o tkx:dता ।
                               lSfudksa ds leiZ.k dh Hkkouk dks le> ikus esa l{ke ।
                               दे िभखक्त की भािना का विकास ।
                               सैवनक के जीिन से पररचय ।
                            स्वतोंत्रता सेनावनय ों के कष् ों की अनु भूवत ।
                            समय बड़ा बलिान ।
                            िावमि क सोंकीर्िता की समाखप्त sA
                            असफलता मज़ाक का विषय नहीों |
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                                            w
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Ekkl % vDVwcj
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                               Pre Board I                     Pre Board I             Pre Board I                  उत्तर पुखिका पर
                                                                                                                    चचाि

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                                                w

Ekkl % uoacj
           ikB@fo"k;            izFke lIrkg                    n~forh; lIrkg                Rk`rh; lIrkg                       prqFkZ lIrkg
 Li'kZ % Ikr>M+ esa VwVh    Ikr>M+ esa VwVh ifRr;k¡                dkjrwl                      vkRe=k.k               lwpuk ys[ku , vuqPNsn
 ifRr;k¡ dkjrwl ,                                                                                                     ys[ku , foKkiu ys[ku
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 O;kdj.k % vuqPNsn ys[ku
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lwpuk ys[ku ,foKkiu
 ys[ku
 f'k{k.k mn~ns';                   Nk=ksa dks xk¡/kh th ds vkn'kZ] [kjs&[kksVs dh igpku] mu yksxksa dk o.kZu ftUgksaus bl thou dks thus ;ksX; cuk j[kk gS( ls
                                    voxr djokukA
                                   Tkkikfu;ksa dh thou thus dh dyk rFkk ruko eqDr gksus dh dyk ls ifjfpr djuk A
                                   izHkq ls lgk;rk dh pkg u djrs gq, foink esa Lo;a la?k"kZ djus vkSj mu foifRr;ksa ij fot; izkIr djus ds fy, izsfjr
                                    djukA
                                   vius dks lgh jkLrs ij j[kuk] Lo;a dks vkxkg djuk] lpsr djuk ,oa pSrU;rk cuk, j[kus ds ckjs esa crkukA
                                   Hkk"kk dkS'ky dk fodkl djukA
 vIksf{kr f'k{k.k vf/kxe           छात्र समझने में समथि ह ि
                                                          ों े ---
                                   Xkk¡/kh th ds vkn'kZ] cky&euksfoKku ls ifjचय ।
                                   मानवसक िाों वत अवत आिश्यक ।
                                   नै वतक मू ल् ों के साथ भौवतक प्रिवत ।
                                   tkikfu;ksa dh ruko eqDr gksus dh dyk ls ifjfpr gksaxs A
                                   lkekftd ifjos'k ds izfr tkx:drk] laons u'khyrk lgHkkfxrk dh Hkkouk dks le> ldsx
                                                                                                                  a As
                                   ns'k&izse dh Hkkouk ls voxr gks ldsx
                                                                       a As
                                   एकाों की वििा से पररचयsA
                                   त्वररत वनर्िय ले ने की आिश्यकताA
                                   आत्मविश्वास के साथ सफलता का प्रयास करना sA
                                   सुख में भी ईश्वर क याद करना |
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                                            w ] gdhdr fQYe dk xhr¼dj pys ge fQnk½ d{kk esa lquk;k tk,xkA pkVZ }kjk izn'kZuA xk;u fof/k dk iz;ksx
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Ekkl % fnlacj
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                               Common Preboard              Common Preboard           Common Preboard            Common Preboard                ----
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                                            w

Ekkl % tuojh
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                                            w
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Ekkl % Qjojh
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                                             w

                                                                                        saMskRt
maasa : maaca-
 Paaz À ivaYaya                                      P`aqama saPtah                             iWtIya saPtah                         tRtIya saPtah                        catuqa- saPtah
 P`aqamaÁ pazÁ                                                                                                                           Sauicapyaa-varNama\          Avyayapdaina
 Apizt gaVaMSaaÁ                                                                                                                                                     Apizt gaVaMSaaÁ
   Avyaya pdaina
 Apoixat iSaxaNa AiQagama            Ca~ p`dUYaNa ko karNaaoM kI raokqaama maoM saxama haoMgao.
                                     Ca~ Saud\Qa pyaa-varNa ko mah
maasa : Ap`Ola
 Paaz À ivaYaya                                           P`aqama saPtah                        iWtIya saPtah                  tRtIya saPtah                     catuqa- saPtah           pHcama\ saPtah
 P`aqamaÁ pazÁ                          t%pu$Ya ivaBai@tyau@t                               t%pu$Ya ivaBai@tyau@t • bauid\QabalavatI sada                 •matup\Êzk\ %va                  tla\ P`a%yaya
 iWtIyaÁ pazÁ                                                                              Apizt gaVaMSaaÁ                        ica~ vaNa-nama          Anauvaad kaya-                   Tap\ evama\ D0Ip\
 vyaakrNa–samaasaÁ–kma-QaaryaÁ
   d\vand Ê bahuba`Iih samaasa t%pu$Ya
 ivaBai@tyau@t p`%yayaaÁ – • matup\
 Êzk\
 Anauvaad kaya-
 Apoixat iSaxaNa AiQagama              Ca~ bauid\Qa ko mah
pazÁ pMcama: YaYz:         punaravaRit                            punaravaRit                          jananaI tulyava%salaa            •sauBaaiYataina                            अअअअअअअअअ
  •rcanaa%mak kaya-         Anauvaad kaya-                        AnaucCod lao#ana                                                                                            bahuba`Iih samaasa
  sainQa                                                          Pa~ laoKnama

 Apoixat iSaxaNa AiQagama    pSauAaoM maoM BaI vaa%salya Baava doKkr maatR%va ko p`it sammaana jaagaRt haogaa.
                            jaIvana maoM sahI maaga- ga`hNa krnaa caaihe .
                            ivapi%t maoM saahsa ko saaqa samaaQaana p`aPt krnaa caaihe. vaacyaaoM ka p`yaaoga krnao va ]nakI sahayata sao BaaYaa kao samaJanao maoM saxama haoMgao.
 Xkfrfof/k                  pircaya donaa
 iSaxaNa saamaga`I          paz\ya pustk SaomauYaI Baaga 2
                             vyaakrNa pustk vyaakrNa ivaiqa Ê AByaasavaana Bava 2
maasa : Agast
 Paaz À ivaYaya                            P`aqama saPtah                            iWtIya saPtah                              tRtIya saPtah                     catuqa- saPtah              pHcama\ saPtah
    Paaz:– saPtmaÁ AYTma           • saaOhad-M p`kRto : SaaoBaa          saaOhad-M p`kRto : SaaoBaa                     vyaMjana sainQa                    vyaMjanasainQa                   ivaica~ saaxaI
    ASauid\Qa saMSaaoQana                                                      ASauid\Qa saMSaaoQana             अअअअअअअ, अअ$अअअअअअअअ,
     sainQa                                                                                                      अअअअअअअअअअअअअअअअअअअ अअअअअअअअअअअअ
                                                                                                                 अअअअअअअअअअ            अअअअअअअअअअ
                                                                                                                 अअअअअअअअअअ,           अअअअअअअअअअ
                                                                                                                                                           ivaica~ saaxaI

 Apoixat iSaxaNa AiQagama          Ca~ klah ka pir%yaaga kr p`%yaok ko mah%tva kao svaIkar kroMgao .
                                   nyaayaaQaISa kI bauid\Qama%ta sao Ca~a piricat haoMgao .p`kRit p`oma sao pircaya p`aPt haogaa .vyaakrNa kI kiznata samaaPt haogaI .
 Xkfrfof/k                         AiBanaya – maUlyaaMkna ibandu– spYT ]ccaarNaÊ BaavaaiBavyai@tÊ Aa%maivaSvaasaÊ smarNaSai@t
 iSaxaNa saamaga`I                 paz\ya pustk SaomauYaI Baaga 2
                                      vyaakrNa pustk vyaakrNa ivaiqa Ê AByaasavaana Bava 2
 maUlyaaMkna                       सससससस ससससससस 2 (सस सस 2)
maasa : isatmbar
 Paaz À ivaYaya                                  P`aqama saPtah                      iWtIya saPtah                  tRtIya saPtah               catuqa- saPtah evama\ pMcama\ saPtah
 Paaz: navama: dSama:                        saU@tya:                                 vaacya– ktR-               vaacya– ktR-vaacyaÊ kma-       BaUkmpivaBaIiYaka (अ अअअअअअअ अअअअ) • ivasaga-
    vaacya                                                                            vaacyaÊ kma-vaacyaÊ        vaacyaÊ vaacya–Baavavaacya sainQa अअअअअअअअअ अअअअअअअअ, अअअअअअअअ,
                                                                                      vaacya–Baavavaacya                                        अअअअअअअअअअ, अअअअअअअअअ अअअअअअ अअ,
                                                                                                                                                अअ,अअ

 Apoixat iSaxaNa AiQagama          Ca~aoM ka baaOiwk ivakasa haogaa. naOitk maUlyaaoM ko mah%%va sao Ca~a piricat haoMgao evama\ vyaakrNa kI kiznata samaaPt haogaI .
 maUlyaaMkna                       punaravaRi
maasa : A@TUbar
 Paaz À ivaYaya                                   P`aqama saPtah                   iWtIya saPtah                         tRtIya saPtah                    catuqa- saPtah         pMcama saPtah
 punaravaRi
Paaz À ivaYaya                       P`aqama saPtah                     iWtIya saPtah                       tRtIya saPtah           catuqa- saPtah                    pHcama\ saPtah
 \ saamaUihk salavaana pUva- baaod- prIxaa   SaItkalaIna AvakaSa                SaItkalaIna AvakaSa                      ]
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.
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       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

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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.

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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

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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.
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    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
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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

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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

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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

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 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.
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 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

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 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

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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
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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

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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
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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

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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

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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

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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.
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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.

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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

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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.
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