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ST.

XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


FOUNDATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY for Class-IX
SYLLABUS
Think you are the last person to solve the problem

UNIT

FIRST SEMESTER
THEME

I.

II.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

BASICS OF
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
23rd March- 27th April
COMPUTING
TECHNOLOGY

Convergence of Technologies.

ASSESSMENT-1 (20th
April to 24th
April)Individual activity

Computer System

ASSESSMENT-2
(Integrated Project)
6th May to 15th May

OPERATING SYSTEM
INTRODUCTION TO
WINDOWS
28th April -15th May
BASIC WINDOWS
ACCESSORIES
I/O DEVICES
COMPUTER LANGUAGES

Basic concepts of Operating System and its functions (GNU Linux)


Using Mouse and moving icons on the screen, My Computer,
Recycle Bin, etc.
Notepad, Paint, Calculator, WordPad, using Clipboard.
Keyboard, Mouse, Printer, etc.
Machine Language, Assembly Language and high level Languages,
Role of assembler and Compiler
System Software (Operating System) Application Software (General
purpose application software

III.

TYPE OF SOFTWARE
16th May 1st Aug

IV.

WORD PROCESSING
TOOL
1st Aug- 31st Aug

Introduction to a Word Processor

MAIL MERGE
REVISION
31st Aug 30th Sep

Using simple mathematical expressions. Tracks changes.

V.

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS/MODE

ASSESSMENT-3
29th June to 3rd July (Class
Test)
Unit III and IV
ASSESSMENT-4
July 28th to 1st Aug
(Group Activity)
ASSESSMENT-5
(individual Activity) Aug
10th Aug to 19th Aug
,ASSESSMENT-6
(Class Test)
1st Sep to 4th Sep.

SECOND SEMESETR
UNIT
VI.

VII.

THEME

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS/MODE

COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY
1st OCT - 31st OCT

Computer Networking

ASSESSMENT-1
Integrated Project)
13th Oct to 17th Oct

PRESENTATION TOOLS
16th NOV-15th DEC

Introduction to Presentation Graphics, Understanding the concept of


Slide Shows,

ASSESSMENT-2
5th Nov to 9th Nov
(individual Activity)
ASSESSMENT-3
23rd Nov to 2nd Dec
(Class Test)

VIII.
IX.

SPREADSHEET TOOL
16th Dec 31st Jan
ITS APPLICATIONS

Introduction to Spreadsheets
Students are suggested to work on the following areas using Word
Processing, Presentation and Spreadsheet Tools.

ASSESSMENT-4
11th Dec to 15th Dec
(Group Activity)
ASSESSMENT-5
11th Jan to 15th Jan
(Class Test)
ASSESSMENT-6
25th Jan to 29th Jan
(individual Activity)

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAG 2015-16)


English Syllabus for Class IX
The only thing that stands between you and your dream is the will to try and the belief that it is actually possible

TERM-I

UNITS

Theme

I.

23rd Mach to 1st April


How I Taught my
Grandmother to Read (LR)

II.

People (MCB)
7 April to 17th April
th

III

-Develops E-mail writing, Report Writing,


Descriptive writing , Organizing and
sequencing story writing
-Expressing ideas creatively Speech writing

20th April to 24th April


The Brook (LR)

IV

27thApril to 1st May


The Road Not Taken ( LR)

V.

4th May to 15th May


Verb Forms ( Work Book)

VI

22nd June to 3rd July


A Dog Named Duke (LR)

VII

6th July to 10th July


The Solitary Reaper (LR)

VIII

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

13rd July to 17th July


Lord Ullins Daughter(LR)

-Understand Verb and. Subject verb


agreement
-Reading and Comprehending the text.
-Identifying the qualities of the character
displayed during his struggle for survival.,
-Reads according to the rhyming scheme,
Pronounce correctly
- learn to give critical appreciation .
-Identifying other poetic devices usedmetaphor, simile, alliteration , imagery words
etc
-Identifying the chief character of the most
romantic poem.
-Flee of Chieftain and his beloved. Their
defiance leads them to death in a surging,
stormy sea
-Enhancing the ability to comprehend long reading,
Identifying characters and their important roles in
the story.
-Deducing meaning from the context.

X
XI

4th Aug to 14thAug


ASL
17 th Aug to 28th Aug
Villa For Sale (LR)

-Analyse characters and situation.


-Appreciate the Humor.
-Deduce meaning from contextual clues.

XII
1st Sept to 18th Sep
Future Time Reference
&Models (WB)
Determiners
Revision

Assignment-1 Integrated Project


Topic: Pollution
(20thApril24th April)

Integrated Project

-Understand figures of speech, poetic


devices-Alliteration , images , personification,
critical appreciation of the poem
-Read fluently; understand the massage and
meaning of the poem.
-Poetic device. Metaphors, rhyme scheme.

IX
22nd July to 30th July
Novel
Three men in the Boat
Part-I

Assessment Tools

-Read fluently, pronounce correctly, deduce


meaning of from contextual clues.
-Understand the importance of education,
the important role of a teacher, intensity of
desire to learn

Assessment -2 Class Test


(6th May to 15th May)
Unit:- I &II

Assessment 3Individual Activity


Topic : Reading (Unit-III)
29th June to 8th July
Essay Writing competition of 11th May will
be taken up as an Assessment-3

Assessment -4 Group Activity


28July to 30th July
Group Presentation
Unit -IX
Students are divided in groups and assigned
chapters from the Novel for their presentation
Assessment -5 Class
Test
10th Aug to 19th Aug

Assessment -6 individual Activity


1st Sept -4th Sept
Listening Assessment
-Understanding future tense and its parts.
-Recalling and Correlating experiences.

TERM-II
UNITS
I.

Theme
th
th
1 Oct to 9 Oct
The Seven Ages( LR)

II.

12 Oct to 16 Oct
The Man who Knew too
Much (LR)

th

th

III

th

th

th

19 Nov to 27 Nov
Oh! I wish Id looked after
me teeth (LR)

th

30t Nov to 11 Dec


Novel
Three Men In the Boat
Part-II

th

th

VI.

14 Dec to 22 Dec
Best Sellers (LR)

VII

4 Dec to 15 Dec
ASL

VIII

18 Jan to 29 Jan
The Bishops Candlestick
(LR)

th

th

Assessment Tools

th

26 Oct to 10 Nov
Keeping it From Harold (LR)

IV

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
-Recall and correlate to the direct facts.
-Comprehend different stages of a man and
his characteristics.

th

-Analyse characters and situation.


Appreciate the Humor.
-Deduce meaning from contextual clues.
-Read fluently; understand the massage and
meaning of the Story.
-Identifying characters and their
characteristics. Inferring meaning from
context.
-Reads according to the rhyming scheme,
Pronounce correctly, learn to give critical
appreciation.
-Identifying other poetic devices usedmetaphor, simile, alliteration , imagery words
etc.
Enhancing the ability to comprehend long
reading,
- Identifying characters and their important
roles in the story.

Assessment-1 Integrated Project


Topic: Environment
th
th
12 Oct 16 Oct

Assessment- 2 Individual Activity


th
th
5 Nov to 9 Nov
(Reading Comprehesion)

Assessment -3 Class Test


th
nd
23 Nov to 2 Dec
Unit II& III
.
Assessment- 4 Group Activity
th
th
11 Dec to 15 Dec
Novel
Group presentation based on novel

-Analyse characters and situation. Appreciate


the Humor. Deduce meaning from contextual
clues
-To enable and enhance the speaking ability,
to develop logical and argumentative
presentation of the opinion
-To develop the ability of purposeful listening
and to have general understanding

Assessment- 5 Class Test


th
th
11 Jan to 15 Jan
Unit- VI

nd

th

th

th

IX

1 Feb to 5 Feb
Song of the Rain (LR)

8 Feb to 17 Feb
Reported Speech And
Preposition (WB)
Revision

-Analyse characters and situation. Appreciate


the Humor.
- Deduce meaning from contextual clues.
-Reads according to the rhyming scheme,
Pronounce correctly, learn to give critical
appreciation.
-Identifying other poetic devices usedmetaphor, simile, alliteration , imagery words
etc.

Assessment- 6 Individual activity


th
th
25 Jan to 29 Jan
Integrated Grammar

-Understands how to change direct speech


into indirect speech.
-Understand when and how to use it.

Notes to be observed:

Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class is liable to sanction and penalty.
Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments and even for the class.
Failure to submit assessments/ test on due date without any legitimate reason will not be
considered.
All the students are expected to be well prepared for the class. They need to carry along with them,
their note copies and text books (NCRT) every day.
All the students are expected to complete their notes of the exercises at the end of each chapter and
submit their copies to the concerned teacher for correction.

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Unit

Content of Chapters

Learning Objectives

Assessment tools

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11

Content of Chapters

Learning Objectives

Assessment tools

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6,

Unit

Content of Chapters

Learning Objectives

Assessment tools

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Learning Objectives

Assessment tools

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19 February to 29 February - Second Semester Exam

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


Syllabus forTERM - 1
History:
Chapter1

SOCIAL SCIENCE
THEME
The French
Revolution

for
DURATION
23rd March 15th
April
7 periods

Civics:
Chapter 1

Economics:
Chapter 1

Democracy in the
contemporary
world

16th April 30 April

The story of
village Palampur.

1st May 15th May

7 periods

6 periods

History:
Chapter 3

Nazism and the


rise of Hitler

22nd June 10th July


10 periods

Civics:
Chapter 2

Economics:
Chapter 2

What is
Democracy? Why
Democracy?

13th July 24th July


7 periods

People as Resource 27th July 7th August


6 periods

Class-9
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1) Get familiarized with various
personalilities involved in the
course of French Revolution.
2) Get acquainted with
revolutionary ideas and new
philosophies.
3) Comprehend the importance of
democracy and individual rights.
1) Develop conceptual skills of
defining democracy.
2) Appreciate democratic
practices and strive to preserve
and maintain democracy in all
countries.
3) Compare democracy with non
democratic government.
1) Familiarize themselves with the
basic concepts like factors of
production, yield, surplus etc.
2) Understand the importance of
factors of production in producing
a commodity.
3) Classify the main occupations
in a village into farm and nonfarm
activities.
1) Comprehend the factors
responsible for the growth of
Nazism and the disastrous nature
of the ideology.
2) Explain the impact of Nazism
in shaping the politics of modern
world.
3) Get familiarized with the
speeches and writings of Nazi
leaders.
1) Develop conceptual skills of
defining democracy.
2) Develop a sophisticated
defense of democracy against
common prejudices.
3) Understand how different
historical processes and forces
have promoted democracy.
1) Familiarize themselves with the
basic concepts like Human capital
formation, economic activities,
and types of unemployment.
2) Classify the economic activities
into market and non market

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
( Geography )

ASSESSMENT 2
Class Test
( History )
The French
Revolution

ASSESSMENT 3
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

ASSESSMENT 4
Group Activity
( Economics )
Survey on Literacy,
Age structure and
occupation with the
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activities.
3) Understand the importance of
health and education in Human
capital formation.
Civics:
Chapter 3

Constitutional
Design

10th August 31th


August
7 periods

1) Understand to the process the ASSESSMENT 5


of the making of the Constitution.
Class Test
2) Develop respect for the
( Geography )
Constitution and appreciation of
Constitutional values.
3) Recognize that Constitution is
the
living
document
that
undergoes changes.

1st September 17th


September

Second
History:
Chapter 4

Semester
Forest Society and
Colonialism

From
1 October 16th
October
st

6 periods

Civics:
Chapter 4

Electoral politics

26thOctober
6thNovember
5 periods

Economics:
Chapter 3

Poverty as a
challenge

9thNovember
- 27th November
4 periods

History:
Chapter 7

History and Sports


The story of
Cricket

1st December 22nd


December
6 periods

help of bar graph and


pie chart.
Analyze and Report

1st October
1) Understand the relationship
between forests and livelihood.
2) Comprehend the changes in
forests societies under
colonialism.
3) Use case study as source
materials and to compare the
effects of colonialism in India and
Indonesia.
1) Introduce the idea of
representative party politics.
2) Get familiarized with electoral
system and reasons for choosing
this.
3) Develop an appreciation of
citizen`s increased participation in
electoral politics.
1) Understand that poverty is a
multidimensional concept within
the rural and urban contexts,
2) Compare poverty estimates
across countries.
3) Appreciate the anti poverty
measures adopted by the
government in India.
1) Trace the history of cricket in
England and in India.
2) Identify Government`s
influence on sports.
3) Understand the commercial
aspects of the sports.

ASSESSMENT 6
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation
17th February
ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
( Geography )

ASSESSMENT 2
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

ASSESSMENT 3
Class Test
( Civics )
Electoral Politics

ASSESSMENT 4
Group Activity
( Economics )
Government
programs and policy
to fight Poverty /
Food security.
Students suggestion.

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Civics:
Chapter 5

Working of
Institution

4th January 15th


January
5 periods

Economics:
Chapter 4

Food security in
India

18th January- 29th


January
4 periods

Civics:
Chapter 6

Democratic rights

1st February- 17th


February
5 periods

1) Provide an overview of central


governmental structures.
2) Get sensitized to the key role of
the parliament and its procedures.
3) Distinguish between nominal
and real executive authorities and
functions.
1) Give the meaning of terms such
as availability, accessibility and
affordability in the context of
food security.
2) Understand the circumstances
in which the government decided
to move towards self sufficiency
in food grains.
3) Critically appraise the public
distribution system.
.1) Develop citizens awareness of
their rights.
2) Recognize the ways in which
these rights are exercised and
denied in real life situations.
3) Understand the judicial system
and key institutions like the
Supreme Court, High Courts and
National Human Rights
Commission.

ASSESSMENT 5
Class Test
( History )
History and Sports
The story of Cricket

ASSESSMENT 6
Individual Activity
Disaster Management

ASSESSMENT
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

The class will be divided into five groups for group activities, discussion and quiz.
Late comers wont be allowed inside the class.
The students will keep three regular note books and a thin copy for test and probable questions from each unit.
Atlas should be brought on the days when we have geo. Classes in the schedule.
Assignments must be submitted as per schedule. Late submission will cause deduction of one mark for each day
up to a maximum relaxation of three days.
Grading policy and evaluation rubrics of assignment will be communicated at the time of giving the assignments.
Answer sheets are to be kept in the class files after getting signed by the parents.

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THEME
A)Food
1)IMPROVEMENT OF
FOOD RESOURCES:
PLANT AND ANIMALS

ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH (2014-15)


SYLLABUS FOR GENERAL SCIENCE (CLASS-9ABC)
WORK IS WORSHIP
DETAILED SYLLABUS FOR BIOLOGY 1st Semester(April September)
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Plant and animal breeding and selection for quality improvement and
management; use of fertilizers, manures; protection
from pests and diseases; organic farming.

(23rd-March- 15thMay)

B) Organization in
the living world
1)THE FUNDAMENTAL
UNIT OF LIFE:
CELL(22nd JUNE-17th

Cell - Basic Unit of life : Cell as a basic unit of life; prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells,
multicellular organisms; cell
membrane and cell wall, cell organelles; chloroplast, mitochondria, vacuoles,
endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus;
Nucleus, chromosomes - basic structure, number.

JULY)

2)TISSUES
th

th

(20 JULY-27 AUGUST)

TISSUES, Organs, Organ System, Organism;


Structure and functions of animal and plant tissues (four types in animals; meristematic
and permanent tissues in plants).

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
.
Individual work:
Students will be expected
to apply the concepts
taught in this chapter in
the MCQ test.

REFLECTION:

MCQ test based on the


knowledge gained in this
chapter shall be
conducted.

SYLLABUS FOR BIOLOGY 2nd Semester (October March )


C) The World of The
Living

1)Diversity in the
living world
(1st OCT- 17thDec)

2)Why do we fall ill?


th

th

(4 Jan 29 Jan)

\D) OUR ENVIRONMENT


1.NATURAL
RESOURCES
nd

th

(2 Feb-11 Feb)

Biological Diversity: Diversity of plants and animals - basic issues in scientific naming,
basis of classification.
Hierarchy of categories / groups, Major groups of plants (salient features) (Bacteria,
Thalophyta, Bryophyta,
Pteridophyta, gymnosperms and Angiosperms). Major groups of animals (salient
features) (Non-chordates upto phyla and chordates upto classes).
Health and Diseases: Health and its failure. Infectious and Non-infectious diseases, their
causes and manifestation.
Diseases caused by microbes (Virus, Bacteria and protozoans) and their prevention,
Principles of treatment and prevention. Pulse polio programmes.

Our environment Physical resources: Air, Water, Soil. Air for respiration, for
combustion, for moderating temperatures; movements of air and its role in
bringing rains across India. Air, water and soil pollution (brief introduction).
Holes in ozone layer and the probable damages. Bio-geo chemical cycles in
nature: Water, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen

Exploration:
The students shall be
asked to work in groups
to make an assignment
report on the most
prevalent diseases in and
around his/her town.
Reflection:
In pairs students can
work out to find out the
reasons for the
disturbance of the
biogeochemical cycles

DETAILED SYLLABUS OF PHYSICS 1st Semester (April September)


THEME

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

A) Moving Things,
People and Ideas
1) Motion:
( 25stMarch-1st May)

Motion : Distance and displacement, velocity; uniform and non-uniform motion along
a straight line; acceleration,
Distance-time and velocity-time graphs for uniform motion and uniformly accelerated
motion. equations of motion by
Graphical method; elementary idea of uniform circular motion.

2) Force & Laws of


Motion
(24th June -30th July)

Force and Newton's laws: Force and motion, Newton's laws of motion, inertia of a
body, inertia and mass, Momentum, force and acceleration. Elementary idea of
conservation of momentum, action and reaction forces.

3) a. Gravitation
(3rd Aug-31stAug)

Gravitation : Gravitation; universal law of gravitation, force of gravitation of the earth


(gravity), acceleration due to
Gravity; mass and weight; free fall.

2nd Semester (October 2014 March 2015)


3) b. Thrust &
Pressure
(5th Oct-2ndNov)
4) Work & Power
(9th Nov-16th Dec)

5) Sound
(5th Jan-5th Feb)

Floatation: Thrust and pressure. Archimedes' principle, buoyancy, elementary idea of


relative density.

Work, energy and power : Work done by a force, energy, power; kinetic and potential
energy; law of conservation
of energy.

Sound : Nature of sound and its propagation in various media, speed of sound, range
of hearing in humans; ultrasound;
Reflection of sound; echo and SONAR.
Structure of the human ear (auditory aspect only).

Application of
Knowledge.1. Draw
Velocity-time graph for a
moving body and show that
the slope of this graph
represents the acceleration
of the body.
Application of Knowledge:Students have to derive the
different equations of
motion graphically.
Application of Knowledge:Students have to derive the
equation of universal law of
gravitation.
Reflection:In pairs students will reason
out various conditions of
Archimedes principle
Application of
Knowledge;
Write atleast five example of
the zero,positive and
negative work.
Also Collect the information
of Power Plants in India.
Assessment test based on
ultrasound.

DETAILED SYLLABUS OF CHEMISTRY 1st Semester(April September)


ASSESSMENT TOOLS
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

THEME
A)MATERIALS

Group work

a) Matter in our
Surroundings
rd
th
(23 March to 8 May)

Prepare an assignment on
the significance
of evaporation in day to day
life.

b) Is matter around us
pure?
(22nd JUNE to 30th JULY)

Definition of matter; solid, liquid and gas; characteristics - shape, volume, density;
change of state-melting (absorption
of heat), freezing, evaporation (cooling by evaporation), condensation, sublimation,
physical nature and Characteristics of particles of matter, Plasma state and BoseEinstein Condensate.

Nature of matter: Elements, compounds and mixtures. Heterogeneous and


homogenous mixtures, solution, colloids and suspensions; separating the
components of a mixture; physical and chemical changes.
Several simple activities will be conducted to explain the different
concepts in the above mentioned chapters.

M.C.Q TEST
Based on knowledge
gained at the end of each
chapter.

Individual work:
Students will be expected
to apply the concepts
taught in this chapter to
solve the assignment
sheets provided by the
teacher.

2nd Semester (October 2013 March 2014)


B) MATTER-NATURE AND
BEHAVIOUR

a) Atoms and Molecules


(1st OCT to 27th NOV)

b) Structure of Atoms
st

th

(1 DEC to 27 JAN)

Concept of atom and molecules; laws of chemical combination- Law of


conservation of mass, Law of constant proportions; Daltons atomic theory; atomic
symbols; atomic mass; ions; how to deduce chemical formulae of different
compounds, valency;
Mole Concept: Relationship of mole to mass of the particles and numbers.

REFLECTION:
Q.Diagrammatically
differentiate between the
different atomic models
and even mention their
drawbacks.

Structure of atom: discovery of charged particles; Electrons, protons and neutrons;


cathode and anode rays; Thompsons atomic model, Rutherfords atomic model,
Bohrs atomic model; Drawbacks of different atomic models; isotopes and isobars,
applications of isotopes

LIST OF ASSESSMENTS FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2014-15 FOR STD IXth
SEMESTER-1(23rd MARCH to 18th SEPTEMBER)
1. INTEGRATED PROJECT: (20-24 APRIL); 10 marks ( Topic:- Pollution)
th
th
2 CLASS TEST (6 - 15 MAY); 10 marks (Ch- Motion)
th
th
3. INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY (29 June 8 July); ( Notebook work and class participation);5+5=10 marks
4. GROUP ACTIVITY- (Field trip/Seminar) To prepare a survey report on the different food items produced in Hazaribag and also assess the
storage facilities available here.(28th July 1st August); 10 marks
th
th
5. CLASS TEST- Ch-2, 6, 9 (10 - 19 Aug); 10 marks
st
th
6. SCIENCE PRACTICAL EXAM (1 - 4 Sep); 10 marks

SEMESTER-2 (7th OCTOBER to 18th FEBRUARY)


th

th

1. INTEGRATED PROJECT (12 16 Oct); 10 marks ( Topic: Environment )


2. INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY: -Notebook work and class participation); 5+5=10 marks
3. CLASS TEST-Ch-3 (Atoms and Molecules), Ch-7 (Diversity of living organisms), and Ch-10 (Thrust & Pressure) 23rd Nov- 2nd Dec; 10 marks.
4. GROUP ACTIVITY- To prepare an assignment report on the various applications of ultrasonic sound waves and infrasonic sound waves.
th
th
(11 -15 Dec); 10 marks
5. CLASS TEST- Ch- 4, 11, 13 (11th-15thJan); 10 marks
th
th
6. SCIENCE PRACTICAL EXAM (27 -30 Jan); 10 marks

Syllabus of class 9 th Sanskrit


Sem 01
Unit/chapter
Unit 1
Chapter - 2

Themes/months/days
April 21 days(1-30)
Rkr~ Roe~ vfl
vfoosd% ijekinka ine~
Loj laf/k

Learning objective
Mifukn xzFa kksa ij ppkZ rFkk
fcuk fopkjs fd;s dk;Z ds
frQy dk lEsk.k] laf/k dk
;ksx ,ao Kku ftlds dkj.k
O;kdj.k esa mudh n{krk cuh
jgsA

Unit 2
Chapter - 3

May 11 days (1-15)


ikFks;e~ folxZ laf/k
O;atu laf/k

laLr Hkkkk ds lqHkkfkrksa ds


vFkkZs dk O;kogkfjd nkZu]
laf/k esa folxZ ,oa O;atu ls
lac/a k mnkgj.kksa ij ppkZ

Unit - 3
Chapter 2

June 07 days (2230)


LoLFk o`ke~
Loj ,oa O;atu kCn

thou eSa LokLF; ds egRo dks


crkuk] LoLFk jgus gsrq fd;s
tkus okys vkpj.kksa ij ppkZ]
o.kkZUrxZr Loj ,oa O;atuksa dk
Kku

Unit - 4
Chapter 2

July 23 days (01-30)


Hkkr` Lusg% rq nqyHZ k%
orZekudky
loZukekCn] la[;kokpd kCn

jkek;.k ds lanHkZ esa Hkkr` se


dks crkuk] tkuuk]
okZekudky ,oa loZukekCnksa
rFkk la[;kokpd kCnksa ij
ppkZA

Unit 5
Chapter - 3

August 21 days (01-31)


fo|;k HkkfUr ln~x.q kk%
Hkfo;rdky
Hkwrdky
i= ys[ku

vPNs xq.k fo|k ,oa lgh


vkpj.k ls gh lqkksfHkr gksrs gS]
LiVhdj.k y`V~ ,oa yM+~ ydkj
ds ;ksx dks fe=or~ cukukA

Unit -6
Chapter 3

September 14 days (01-18)


rjos ueksLrq
fof/kfyax ydkj
yksV~ ydkj
vuqPNsn ys[ku

o`{kkjksi.k ds egRo ij ppkZ


thou ,oa Ik;kZoj.k esa o`{kks ds
;ksxnku ij ppkZA
ksk ydkjksa ds ;ksx crkuk

Assessment tools
fodYi pquuk
iw.kZ okD;ksa esa mkj nsukA
kCnkFkZ iwNuk
Ass- 1
Date : 20-24 April
Integrated Project
lLoj okpu
fjDr LFkku iwfrZ
,oa u fuekZ.k
Ass- 2
Date : 06-15 May
Class test
?kVuk ekuqlkj okD;
la;kstu] iw.kZ okD; eS mkj
nsukA
Ass- 3
Date : 29 June to 08 July
Individual Activity
R;;vk/kkfjr kCnksa ls
okD; fuekZ.k
Ass- 4
Date : 28 July to 01 Aug
Group Activity
uksamkj] fp=k/kkfjr o.kZu
Ass- 5
Date : 10 Aug to 19 Aug
Class test
cgqoSdfYid uksamkj
vuqPNsn ys[ku]
fjDrLFkku iwfrZ
Ass- 6
Date : 01 Sep to 04 Sep
Individual Activity

Syllabus of class 9 th Sanskrit


Sem 02
Unit/chapter
Unit 7
Chapter - 3

Themes/months/days
Oct 18 days(1-30)
deZ.kk ;kfr laflf)e~
fot;rke~ Lonsk%
drkZeZ&lacks/kue~

Unit 8
Chapter - 3

Nov 13 days (02-30)


d% vge~ onrq lkEre~ u /keZ
o`)s kq o;e~ leh{;rs
dj.k dkjd ;ksx

Unit - 9
Chapter 2

Dec 16 days (0122)


do;kfe] o;kfe] ;kfe
lEnku] ,oa viknku dkjd
dk ;ksx

Unit - 10
Chapter 4

Jan 20 days (04-31)


Hkkjrh; foKkue~ HkkjrsukfLr esa
thoue~
R;;] vf/kdj.k dkjd ;ksx

Unit 11
Chapter - 2

Feb 12 days (01-17)


Ik= ys[ku vuqPNsn ys[ku

Learning objective
deZ ls gh eu; mke flf)
dks izkIr djrk gS] lEsk.k]
tUe Hkwfe dh egkk ij ppkZ]
dkjdh; n`fVdks.k ls
drkZ&deZ ,oa lEcks/ku ij
ppkZA

Assessment tools
fodYi pquuk
iw.kZ okD;ksa esa mkj nsukA
kCnkFkZ iwNuk
Ass- 1
Date : 12-16 Oct
Integrated Project
Igsfy;ksa ds ckjs esa crkuk
lLoj okpu
laLr O;fDr ds vuqHko vkSj fjDr LFkku iwfrZ
Kku gh mlds vly /kjksgj
,oa u fuekZ.k
gSA dkjd esa dj.k dk ;ksx
Ass- 2
,oa foksk fu;eksa ij ppkZA
Date : 05-09 Nov
Individual Activity
Ass 3
Date : 23 Nov to 02 Dec
Class test
dkO; l`tu ls lacfa /kr rF;ksa
?kVuk ekuqlkj okD;
ij ,d dFkk tks fup; gh
la;kstu] iw.kZ okD; eS mkj
Nk=kas ds fy;s sjd gksxhA
nsukA
dkjd es&
a lEnku ,oa viknku Ass- 4
ds foksk fu;eksa ij ppkZA
Date : 11 Dec to 15 Dec
Group Activity
Hkkjrh; xfr&fokskdj
R;;vk/kkfjr kCnksa ls
oSKkfud n`fVdks.k ls ppkZ]
okD; fuekZ.k
Lonsk fpUru ,oa xfr ds
Ass- 5
fr Nk=ksa dks mUeq[k djkuk]
Date : 11 Jan to 15 Jan
R;;ksa ds ;ksx esa mUgs n{k
Class test
cukukA
Ass 6
Date : 25 to 29 Jan
Individual Activity
Ik= ys[ku ,oa laLr fVIi.kh Ik= ys[ku ,oa vuqPNsn dh
ys[ku ds fr fnkk&funZs ku
ekSf[kd ppkZA

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAG SYLLABUS OF URDU CLASS- IX 2015-16


FIRST SEMESTER APRIL 2015- SEPTEMBER 2015
UNIT/ THEME
LESSSON
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
DATES
Nawa-e-Urdu-9
Sir Syed Ahmed
To take a glimpse of the life of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.
Summary of the chapter
March:
Khan
Word meanings,
23rd 31st
Ques-ans.

Guzra hua Zamana

April:
7th 24th

To make the students that they will have to bear the


consequences of what they had done in their lives.

Rashid Ahmed
Seddique

To know more about the contributions and the life


styles of Rashid Ahmad Siddique.

Charpai

Aril:
27th to
30th
May:
1st to15th

Afsana

June:
22nd- 26th

Haj-e-Akbar

To know more about the benefits of Haje-Akbar.

Saleha Abid Hussain

June
29th- 10th
July
July:
13th to 30th

Magar Who Toot


Gai

August:
3 to 12th

To portrait the real story of life


and its problem.

Nazm Bol

August:
13th-21st

To know more about the Nazm Bol and its


message.

rd

ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Aur unke Karname( 2024th Apr)
Summary,Feil,Zid Figure of
speech.

To understand short stories and the concept of Urdu ASSESSMENT 2


language and the
Class Test
(6-15th May)
Literature.
To know more about Afsana its origin and uses in
Ques.-Ans Summary writing,
Urdu.
Zameer.

To know about the contributions of Saleha Abid


Hussain and his life history.

ASSESSMENT 3
Individual Activity(Speech)
(29th June-8th July)
Summary ,Ism, Letter writing
Summary, Ques.-Ans
,Zameer.

ASSESSMENT 4
Group Activity(Drama)
(28th July-1st Aug)
ASSESSMENT 5
Class Test
1

Ch-4,5,6(10-19th Aug)
To understand the poetic thoughts and
Quawaid,letter,Writing,essay
the poetic dreams through the famous poem of Iqbal.And prose
Writing,quesans.
To know the consequences of not studying in proper ASSESSMENT 6
time and by proper manner.
Individual Activity (Essay)
(1-4th Sep)

10

Ek Arzoo

August:
24-31st

11

Talim se be
tawazzahi ka
natija
Revision

September
:
1st to 4th
September
:
7TH to
18TH
FIRST SEMESTER EXAM: SEPTEMBER 21 30; UNITS 1- 12

12

SECOND SEMESTER :
UNIT/THEME

OCTOBER 2015-- FEBRUARY 2016

Sharar

LESSON
DATES
October:
1st to 5th

To gain more knowledge about Abdul


Halims life,his writings and his thoughts .

Mirza Farhatullah
Beig

October:
6th to 13th

To take a glimpse of Village life


and know the living manners.

Hasrat Mohani,

Abdul Halim

Altaf Hussain Hali.

Dehaat ki Zindagi

Oct: 1416th
Oct-Nov
26th to 6th
November
19th to
30th

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

To know about the poets life


and his contribution.
To know about the life of Altaf Hussain
Hali and his works and contributions.
To analyse the village life and recognize
the works of villagers.

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Ques-ans ,summary of the chapter.

Assessment-1
Project work
(Informatiom Technology)
Due Date -12-16thOct 2015
Word meanings , ques-ans notes on
the chapter.
Assessment- 2
Individual Activity(Speech)
Due Date-5-9thNov 2015
Summary of the chapter,paragraph
writing,essay writing,letter writing.
2

Jeene ka Salliqua.

December
1st to 11th

To know the correct manners and


etiquettes of living life.

Mirza Ghalib

December
14th to
22nd

To know more about life history and


philosophies of Mirza Ghalib.

Dr.Iqbal

January:
4th to 8th

Faiz Ahmed Faiz

10

Firaq Gorakhpuri

11

Ghazal,Nazm,Drama

January:
11th to
22nd
January
25th to
29th
February:
1 to 5th

To gain knowledge about the famous


philosopher and poet Allama Iqbal and his
poetic thoughts.
To know more about Faiz Ahmad Faiz , to
analyse his writing styles.
To know more about the life sketch and
the contributions of Firaqh Gorakhpuri.
To learn and understand
Urdu Poetry,drama and ghazal.

Assessment- 3
Class test(ch-1,2,3,4)
Due Date-23rd Nov-2nd Dec 2015
Assessment-4
Group Activity
Faiz Ahmad Faiz,Firaq
Due Date-11-15th Dec 2015
Ques-ans.,word meanings,summary
writing.
Assessment-5
Class test(ch-6,9,10,11,12)
Due Date-11-15th Jan 2016
Assessment- 6
Individual Activity(Speech)
Due Date-25-29th Jan 2016
Revision
7th -17th Feb

SECOND SEMESTER EXAM: FEBRUARY 19 29: UNITS 1 - 11


Points to be noted:
Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class are liable to sanction and penalty.
Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments and coming to class.
Failure to submit assignments on due date without any legitimate reason will result in the deduction of 1marks for
each days delay. After three days of the due date the assignments will not be accepted at all.
All the students are expected to be well prepared for the class. They need to carry along with them, their note copies
and required text books every day.
All the students are expected to complete their notes of the exercises at the end of each chapter and submit their
copies to the concerned teacher for correction.

Challenges are what make life interesting and


overcoming them is what makes life meaningful
ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, H-BAG
Mathematics Syllabus& Academic plan for Class IX 2015-16
Unit
I

Theme & Dates


Number System
st
th
(23 March to 24 April)

II

Polynomials
th
th
(27 April to 15 May)

III

Co-ordinate Geometry.
th
th
( 22 June to 29 June)
Introduction to Euclids
Geometry
th
( 30 June to 8 july)
Lines and Angles
st
st
(7 July to 31 July)

IV

Vi

Triangles
3|8 to 24|8

VII

HERONS Formula
25|8 to 8|9

Learning Objectives
Irrational numbers, real numbers and their
decimal expansion, operation of real numbers,
laws of exponents for real numbers.
Polynomials in one variable, Zero of the
polynomial, remainder theorem, Algebraic
identity, factorization of polynomials
Introduction, Cartesian System, Plotting a point in
the plane if its co-ordinates are given.
Introduction, Euclids definition, Axioms and
postulates, Equivalent version of Euclids Fifth
postulates.
Basic terms and definitions, intersecting lines and
nonintersecting lines, pair of angles, parallel lines
and transversal, Angle sum property of a triangle
Congruence of triangles criteria for congruence of
triangles, some properties of triangles, Inequality
of triangles
Area of a triangles by HERONs Formula,
Application of HERONS Formula in finding area of
Quadrilateral

Assessment Tools
Assessment-1Integrated project
20|4 to 24|4.
Assessment 2 class test6|5 to 15|5

Assessment-3 Individual 29|6 to


8|7
Aaaessment-4 Group activity 28|7
to 1|8

Assessment -5 )Class test 10|8 to


19|8
Assessment 6 Individual 1|9 to
4|9

Revision
th
th
9 Sept to 18 Sept

SEMESTER - II
VIII

IX

XI

XII
XIII

Linear Equation in
twovariables
th
th
(1 Oct to 9 Oct)
Quadrilateral
th
th
(12 Oct to 8 Nov)
Area of Parallelogram
and triangle
th
th
(19 Nov to 30 Nov)
Circles
st
th
(1 Dec to 14 Dec)
Construction
Th
th
15 Dec to 22 Dec)
Surface area and Volume
th
rd
(4 Jan to 18 Jan)

XIV

Statistics
th
(19 Jan to 29 Jan.)

XV

Probability
th
th
(1 Feb to 8 Feb)
Revsion
th
th
(9 Feb to 17 Feb)

Solution of linear equation, graph of linear


equation in two variables, equation of lines
parallel to x-axis and y-axis
Angle sum property of a quadrilateral, types of
quadrilateral, properties of a parallelogram, Mid
point theorem
Figures on the same base and between same
parallels, Parallelogram and triangles on the same
base and between same parallels.
Circles and related terms, angles subtended by a
chord at a point, circle through 3 points, angle
subtended by an Arc of a Circle.
Basic construction, some constructions of
triangles and circles
Surface area of cuboids, cube, right circular
cylinder, volume of cuboids cone, right circular
cylinder and sphere.
Collection of data, presentation of data, graphical
representation of data, measure of central
tendency,
Probability of an experimental approach

Class work and home work

Assessment 1 Integrated project


12|10 to 16|10
Assessment -2 Individual activity5|9
to 8|9 Assessment-3 Class test
23|11 to 2|12
Assessment-4 Group activity 11|12
to 15|12

Assessment -5 Class Test


Unit- XI &XII
11|1 to 15|1
Assessment -6 Individual Activity
Unit- XIII
th
th
( 25 Jan to 29 Jan)
Class Work, Home work, Practice
sums from Side Book

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Semester- I

Academic goal: Since all the above-mentioned chapters have been already introduced to
the students in their previous classes, the goal of mathematics at the level of Std IX is to
correlate their previous knowledge with newer concepts on the given topics and help the
students to apply the same in mathematical and real life problems.
For late submission [ within a week of due date ] 2 marks will be deducted . After a
week it will be not accepted.
Due to understanding aspect of mathematics , high order of discipline is essential
Main book: NCERT textbook of mathematics for Std IX.
All must bring the textbook and copy to the class every day.
Term I: Units I to VII
Term II : Units VIII to XV
Side Books : Mathematics by R.D. Sharma & Mathematics by R.S. Agarwal
Class Expectation:
1. All are expected to be respectful and disciplined in the class.
2. All must come to the class well prepared( Books, Copies, geometry box, graph papers
etc.
3. All must be punctual for the class and for the home work.
4. All must be attentive while class is on.
5. Students found to be disruptive during the class will be reported to the Vice Principal
for the further action.

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