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CLASS VIII TEXT BOOKS

SESSION 2018-19
SCHOLASTIC
S.NO. SUBJECT NAME OF BOOK PUBLISHER
ENGLISH THE ENGLISH CHANNEL COURSE BOOK CLASS VIII BRITANNICA
WOW ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR CLASS VIII EUPHEAS LEARNING
1.
IMMORTAL STORIES SELECTED BY RUSKIN BOND RATNA SAGAR
MINI DICTIONARY COLLINS GEM
HINDI BASANT PART – III NCERT
2. PREMCHAND KI LOKPRIYA KAHANIYA PRACHI
VYAKARAN PUSHP BHAG – VIII BLUE PRINT
3. MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOK FOR CLASS VIII NCERT
4. SCIENCE SCIENCE TEXTBOOK FOR CLASS VIII NCERT
HISTORY: OUR PASTS – III (PART I AND II)
GEOGRAPHY: RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT
5. SOCIAL STUDIES NCERT
POLITICAL SCIENCE: SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE – III
DISASTER MANAGEMENT : TOGETHER TOWARDS SAFER INDIA
RUCHIRA III NCERT
6. SANSKRIT
MANIKA-VYAKRAN TATHA RACHNA -8 SARASWATI PUBLICATION
7.* PUNJABI ANMOL PUNJABI PATH PUSTAK BHAG - 8 SAAHIL PRAKASHAN
JAAN PEHCHAN HISSA -3
8.* URDU NCERT
GRAMMAR BOOK: URDU ZABAANOKAVAYAT
TIP TOP - 3
9.* FRENCH GOYAL PUBLICATION
TIP TOP WORKBOOK
10.* GERMAN HALLO DEUTSCH GOYAL PUBLICATION
UME JAPANESE BOOK
11.* JAPANESE JAPAN FOUNDATION
UME JAPANESE EXERCISE BOOK
CO-SCHOLASTIC
1. COMPUTER GATEWAY TO WINDOWS WITH OPEN OFFICE (WITH UPDATION) NAVDEEP
2. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE G K PLANET PMP PUBLICATION
3. LIFE SKILLS & VALUE EDUCATION CBSE MANUALS CBSE
4 ART AESTHETIC ART -VIII KIRTI PUBLICATION

*SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENT OF SCHOOL


NOTEBOOKS ART & CRAFT STATIONERY
SUBJECT QUANTITY/NO. ART & CRAFT QUANTITY
ENGLISH 2 (SINGLE LINE) 1
ART FILE (11”X 15”)
HINDI 2 (SINGLE LINE)
1 (12 SHADES)
MATHEMATICS 3 (BOTH SIDE RULED CAMEL POSTER COLOUR
NOTEBOOK) 1
1 (ACTIVITY FILE) PENCIL 2 B, 4B, 6B
SCIENCE 3 (SINGLE LINENOTEBOOK)
ROUND BRUSHES:-
SOCIAL SCIENCE 2 (SINGLE LINE REGISTER) 1 EACH
2,4,6,8, (66 SERIES ROUND)
SANSKRIT 2 (SINGLE LINE)
BIG COLOUR PALETTE 1
PUNJABI 2 (SINGLE LINE)
URDU 2 (SINGLE LINE) OIL PASTELS 1 (24 SHADES)
FRENCH 2 (SINGLE LINE)
ARTIST WATER COLOR 1 (12 SHADES)
GERMAN 2 (SINGLE LINE)
JAPANESE 2 (SINGLE LINE) NON DUST ERASER 4
2 (MATHS SQUARE) FEVICOL TUBE 1
1(ACTIVITY FOLDER)
LIFE SKILL & VALUE EDU. RULED SHEETS (1 PACKET)
LIBRARY NOTEBOOK 1 (SINGLE LINE)
MUSIC/DANCE NOTEBOOK 1 (SINGLE LINE)
English
MONTH: APRIL
The lessons marked with * are for leisure reading/reading comprehension/discussions ONLY; not for testing.
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Literature: Orientation for Student Prose: One Summer Night Grammar: Adjectives and Writing Skill: Diary Entry
Unit 1: Surprise and Suspense Poem: Night Voices Prose: A Retrieved adverb
Grammar–Adjectives and Reformation*
Adverb
Writing Skill- Diary Entry
Learning Objectives It will enable the students to
 Comprehend the lesson and answer questions based on the same.
 Locate specific information while reading.
 Identify and understand the significance of essential elements in poetry.
 Understand and use Adjectives correctly.
 Write grammatically correct English.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will
 Show care and concern towards all living beings.
 Ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Use Determiners correctly.
 Enjoy reading the poem and appreciate its genre.
 Use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
Teaching Aids Worksheets, Smart Class Module, Dictionary
Suggested Activity Listening Activity- A Retrieved Reformation(Pg-31)

MONTH: MAY
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Unit -2 Poem: Portrait of a Grammar : Tenses Grammar: Tenses (continued) Summer Break Summer Break
Emerald Earth Prince  Present Tense(Part  Past tense(Part1 and 2)
Grammar : Present Tense and Writing: Informal Letter 1 and 2  Prose: Back from the brink
Past Tense
Writing: Informal Letter Writing
Holiday Assignment
Learning Objectives It will enable the students to
 Synthesize previous knowledge on environmental issues.
 Appreciate poetry.
 Comprehend the lesson and answer questions based on the same.
 Write an informal letter.
 Use correct form of verbs according to tenses.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will
 Ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
 Become more sensitive towards environment.
Teaching Aids Worksheets, Smart Class Module, Dictionary

MONTH: JULY
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th week
Unit 2 Writing Skill: Formal Letter Prose: Armero Grammar : The Poem: The wind in Poem: The wind in a
Unit 3 : Nature’s Power Writing Has Disappeared Future a Frolic Frolic(Cont.)
Unleashed Prose: Bees in My Backyard* from the Map Supplementary
Grammar – The future Reader
Writing Skill –Formal Letter -Discuss and
Writing assess ‘Immortal
Stories’
Learning Objectives It will enable the students to
 Identify and explain the significance of essential elements in poetry.
 Write a letter to the Editor.
 Comprehend the lesson and answer questions based on the same.
 Understand and use conditionals correctly.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will
 Understand the power of nature.
 Be able to ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Be able to use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
 Engage in formal writing assignments that require utilization of all stages of the writing process.
Teaching Aids Power Point Presentations, Smart Class Module, Dictionary
Suggested Activity Role Play
MONTH: AUGUST
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Unit -4 The Wonder Years Poem: Feelings Grammar:Passive Prose : The Play: Just for fun Play: Just for fun contd
Grammar- Voice Supplementary Reader- Voice Strategist Writing Skill: Article
Writing- Article Writing Discuss and assess Prose: My Writing
‘Immortal Stories’ Earthquake
Experience in
Tokyo*
Learning Objectives It will enable the learners to
 Value qualities that are important in teenagers.
 Participate in discussions and draft writing which demonstrates an understanding of the chapter.
 Discuss and appreciate poetry.
 Engage in formal writing assignments that require utilization of all stages of the writing process.
 Understand and use Active and Passive Voice.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will
 Enjoy reading the poem and appreciate the ideas of the poet.
 Ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
Teaching Aids Smart Class Module, Worksheets,
Suggested Activity ASL

MONTH: SEPTEMBER
TOPIC 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Revision for Term 1 Integrated Revision Term-1 Distribution and discussion of Term-1 answer sheets
Distribution of answer sheets Grammar
Learning Objectives To enable the learners to
 Come to a conclusion that summarizes, restates the topic, or goes further to make a final statement on the topic.
 Know and correct the mistakes done in the answer sheets of Term-1Examination.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners would be able to understand and evaluate the errors and mistakes done in the paper and would be able
to improve upon the same through correction.
Teaching Aids Smart Class Module, Revision Worksheets, Question Paper
MONTH: OCTOBER
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week

Unit 5 Great Lives Prose: ‘Jeh’, the Grammar Grammar:Adverb Prose: The Dynamic Poem- Life
Grammar – Clauses Jewel of India :Relative clauses clauses Merchant* Is a Game
Writing Skill: Story Poem- Life Is a Game Cont…..
Writing
Learning Objectives It will enable the students to
 Comprehend the lesson and answer questions based on the same.
 Locate specific information while reading.
 Identify and explain the significance of essential elements in poetry.
 Weave a story.
 Identify various kinds of clauses in the given text.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will
 Be able to ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Be able to use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
 Engage in formal writing assignments that require utilization of all stages of the writing process.
Teaching Aids Smart Class Module, Dictionary, Worksheets
Suggested Activity Data Interpretation

MONTH: NOVEMBER
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Unit 6 Against All Odds Poem: Gaining Grammar- Grammar: Reported Prose: The Power of Determination*
Grammar – Reported Speech Victory Reported Speech Speech Writing Skill :E-mail Writing
Writing Skill: E-mail Writing
Learning Objectives It will enable the students to
 Understand the need to be focused in life.
 Comprehend the lesson and answer questions based on the same.
 Locate specific information while reading.
 Identify and explain the significance of essential elements in poetry.
 Choose and use a relevant pre-writing strategy that will help them to prepare the assignment.
 Change sentences from direct to indirect speech.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will
 Inculcate attitude that shows high moral standards.
 Ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Be able to use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
 Engage in formal writing assignments that require utilization of all stages of the writing process.
Teaching Aids Smart Class Module, Dictionary, Worksheets
Suggested Activity ASL

MONTH: DECEMBER
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Unit 7 – Global Traces Writing Skill: Speech Grammar:Modals Prose: Atacama Desert Poem- An Inspiration
Grammar –Non Finite,Modals Writing (part1 and 2) Runner Assessment of Listening Skills
Writing Skill: Speech Writing Prose: The Eyes Have It Grammar: Non Finite
LEARNING OBJECTIVES It will enable the students to
 Rise above any kind of prejudice.
 Comprehend the lesson and answer questions based on the same.
 Locate specific information while reading.
 Identify and explain the significance of essential elements in poetry.
 Choose and use a relevant pre-writing strategy that will help them to prepare the assignment.
 Write grammatically correct English.
EXPECTED LEARNING The learners will
OUTCOMES  Inculcateattitude that shows high moral standards.
 Ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Be able to use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
 Engage in formal writing assignments that require utilization of all stages of the writing process.
TEACHING AIDS Smart Class Module, Dictionary, Worksheets

MONTH: JANUARY
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Drama: The Merchant Of Winter Break Winter Break Writing Skill:Story Drama: The Drama:The Merchant of
Venice Writing Merchant of Venice Venice(continued)
Writing Skill –Story Writing Grammar:Integrated Grammar
Learning Objectives It will enable the students to
 Comprehend the lesson and answer questions based on the same.
 Locate specific information while reading.
 Identify and explain the significance of essential elements in poetry.
 Choose and use a relevant pre-writing strategy that will help them to prepare the assignment.
 Write grammatically correct English.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will
 Deliver a clear, coherent oral presentation using information and diction suitable for subject, purpose, and
audience.
 Ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
 Use correct expression in their written and spoken English.
 Engage in formal writing assignments that require utilization of all stages of the writing process.
Teaching Aids Smart Class Module, Dictionary, Worksheets

MONTH: FEBRUARY
Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Grammar-Integrated Grammar: Vocabulary Revision Revision
comphrehension Grammar: Integrated
And writing Grammar
Learning Objectives It will enable the students to -
 Hone their reading and writing skills.
 Practice grammatical concepts.
 Recapitulate the syllabus covered.
Expected Learning Outcomes The learners will -
 Revise literature, grammar and writing skills.
 Practice the syllabus extensively.
 Ask and answer questions logically and effectively.
Teaching Aids Smart Class Module, Dictionary, Worksheets

MONTH: MARCH
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Term-2 Term-2 - -
ihndI
maasa : Ap`Ola
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah
vasaMt : paz : 1–2–3 ivaYaya va Ca~a pircaya p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 1Ê Qvaina Ê basa kI yaa~aa
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M :paz 1 laaK kI caUiD,yaaÐ AnaokaqaI- evaM sama$pI iBannaaqa-k vaNa- ivacCod va r\ ka p`yaaoga Ê ivalaaomaSabd ³1–25´Ê
vyaakrNa :BaaYaa AaOr vyaakrNaÊ Sabd³1–25´ AnausvaarÊ AnaunaaisakÊ nau@ta pya-ayavaacaI ³1–25´ Ê
ivalaaomaSabdÊ pya-ayavaacaIÊ vaa@yaaMSaaoM ko vaa@yaaMSaaoM ko ilae ek Sabdʳ1–25´ AnaucCod laoKna
ilae ek SabdÊ AnaokaqaI- evaM
sama$pI iBannaaqa-k Sabd³1–25´
AnaucCod laoKna
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya kivata maoM kiva nao kilayaaoM evaM puYpaoM ko maaQyama sao doSa ko yauvaaAaoM kao caust evaM jaaga$k banaanao ka p`yaasa ikyaa hO. jaIvana ko p`it
AaaSaavaadI dRiYTkaoNa sao Avagat krvaanaa .
maSaInaI yauga sao ]VaogaaoM maoM Aae ËaMitkarI pirvat-na sao Avagat krvaanaa.
[sa paz maoM p`a[vaoT basa ko maailakaoM pr vyaMgya ikyaa gayaa hO .j,yaada maunaafa kmaanao ko ca@kr maoM yaa~aI .
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa .
BaaYaa va vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao BaaYaa SauW va samaRw haogaI.
kivata ko maaQyama sao Ca~a AaaSaavaadI haogM ao. Aalasya dUr Bagaakr nae kaya- ko ilae p`oirt haogM ao.yauvakaoM maoM rcanaa%makta ka ivakasa
Apoixat AiQagama haogaa.
Ca~a maSaInaI yauga ko karNa jaIvana maoM Aae badlaava va ga`amaaoVaoga ko ]jaD,nao kI pID,a ko baaro maoM jaanaogM ao. yaatayaat kI duvya-vasqaa pr
ike gae vyaMgya sao piricat haogM ao.
BaaYaa va vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao BaaYaa SauW va samaRw haogaI .
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao a
gaitivaiQa saMvaad inamaa-Na va p`stuit ³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla.

maasa : ma[-
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah pMcama saPtah
basaMt : Paaz 4 dIvaanaaoM kI hstIÊ Sabd p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : saM&a ÊilaMgaÊ vacanaÊ AnaucCod ga`IYmaavakaSa ga`IYmaavakaSa
vyaakrNa : saM&aÊ ilaMgaÊ vacanaÊ ivacaar paz 2 laoKna
Pa~a laoKnaÊ AnaucCod laoKnaÊ Sabd ivacaar Pa~a laoKna
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 2
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya mast jaIvana jaInao vaalao vaIraoM kI manaaodSaaÊ doSa kao svatM~a kranao ko ilae ApnaI jaana hqaolaI pr ilae GaUmanao vaalao dIvaanao Apnao Qauna ko
p@ko haoto hO. M
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa a
yauvaaAaoM maoM jaaoSa Ê ]maMga AaOr ]llaasa ka Baava ]%pnna haogaa va dUsaraoM ko duK dUr kr sauK va KuiSayaa^M baaMTnao kI Baavanaa jaagaRt
Apoixat AiQagama haogaI.
dRZ, saMklp sao hI vyai@t Apnao laxya kao p`aPt kr sakta hO.
BaaYaa va vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao BaaYaa SauW va samaRw haogaI .
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao
gaitivaiQa AaSau BaaYaNa ³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla

maasa : jaulaa[-
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah
vasaMt :paz 5Ê6 ,7 @yaa inaraSa huAa jaae sava-naamaÊkark Ê p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 3 Ê icaT\izyaaoM kI AnaUzI duinayaa Ê
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 3 Bagavaana ko Daike ³ gaitivaiQa´ ica~a vaNa-na Apizt gaVaMSa
vyaakrNa : sava-naama Ê kark
ÊApizt gaVaMSaÊ ica~a vaNa-na
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya dUr baOzo Apnao sagao saMbaMiQayaaoM sao saMvaad sqaaipt krnao maoM icaT\izyaaoM ko AmaUlya yaaogadana sao Avagat krvaanaa .
samaaja maoM AcCo va bauro kama krnao vaalao laaoga hOM pr hmaoM AcCo kama krnao vaalao laaogaaoM sao p`orNaa laokr AaSaavaadI haonaa caaihe. baD,I sao
baD,I proSaainayaaoM maoM BaI AaSaa ka damana qaamanaa sakara%mak saaoca kao janma dota hO sao Avagat krvaanaa.
saccao Baava sao ide hue dana sao Avagat krvaanaa.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa a
ica~a vaNa-na Wara klpnaa Sai@t ka ivakasa krnaa.
Apoixat AiQagama AaQauinak yauga maoM icaT\izyaaoM ko mah<va kao samaJaoMgaoÊ inaraSaa ko vaatavarNa ko baavajaUd saakara%mak saaoca ApnaayaogM ao. sa%ya ko mah<va
kao jaanaogM ao.
dana ko mah<va kao samaJaogM ao.rcanaa%mak xamata ka ivakasa haogaa.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao a
ica~a vaNa-na ko Wara Ca~aoM maoM Apnao ivacaar va klpnaaSai@t ka samanvaya krnao maoM saamaqya- jagaogaa.
BaaYaa va vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao BaaYaa SauW va samaRw haogaI .
gaitivaiQa kivata paz Bagavaana ko Daike ³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla.
maasa :Agast
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah pMcama saPtah
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 4 , 5 p`omacaMd kI sainQa – svar saMiQa iËyaa p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 5 vaa@ya ivacaar
vyaakrNa : saMiQaÊ vaa@ya ivacaar– khainayaa^M : paz 4 pyaa-yavaacaI³26–50´ p~a
pirBaaYaaÊ AMgaÊ Aqa- ko AaQaar pr
BaodÊ pyaa-yavaacaI ³26–50´Ê iËyaa p, ~a
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya saMiQa ko d\vaara nae SabdaoM ka inamaa-Na krnaa isaKanaa. vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao BaaYaa SauW va samaRw krnaa.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa a
Apoixat AiQagama naOitk maUlyaaoM ka ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata maoM ivaSvaasa jagaogaa. sainQa ko maaQyama sao nae Sabd inamaa-Na kr
sakogM ao.
Ca~aaoM maoM vaa@ya &ana d\\vaara laoKna xamata ivakisat haogaI. vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao ]nakI BaaYaa SauW va samaRw haogaI .
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao a
gaitivaiQa iva&apna inamaa-Na va p`stuit³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla.
maasa : isatmbar
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah
punaravaRi<a punaravaRi<a punaravaRi<a P`aqama sa~ prIxaa P`aqama sa~ prIxaa
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya P`aqama sa~a prIxaa kI tOyaarI maoM saxama haogM ao va samasyaaAaoM ka samaaQaana kr sakogM ao.
Apoixat AiQagama Ca~a p`qama sa~a prIxaa kI tOyaarI krnao maoM samaqa- haogM ao tqaa samasyaaAaoM ka inavaarNa kr sakogM ao.
gaitivaiQa punaravaRi<a ³ ilaiKt va maaOiKk´ ko AaQaar pr Ca~aoM ka p`qama sa~a prIxaa ko ilae maUlyaaMkna .
iSaxaNa saamaga`I AavaSyaktanausaar
maasa : A@TUbar
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah pMcama saPtah
vasaMtÁ paz –9 Ê 11 kbaIr kI jaba isanaomaa nao baaolanaa Avyaya–iËyaaivaSaoYaNa p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 6Ê AlaMkar– SabdalaMkar
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 6 saaiKyaaÐ saIKa iva&apna Ê Êica~a vaNa-na
vyaakrNaÁAlaMkarÊ AvyayaÊ ivalaaoma ivalaaoma Sabd ³26–50´
SabdÊica~a vaNa-naÊ iva&apna
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya kbaIr ka jaIvana f@kD, AaOr saMt–gauNaaoM sao pUNa- hO ]nakI rcanaaeÐ hmaoM jaInao kI rah batatI hO. M Ca~a ]nasao p`oirt haokr saaiKyaaoM ko
jaIvanaaopyaaogaI saMdSo aaoM kao ga`hNa kroMgao.BaartIya isanaomaa jagat maoM Aae mah<vapUNa- badlaava kao batato hue eoithaisak baaolatI iflma sao nae
yauga kI Sau$Aat kI jaanakarI donaa.
AlaMkar va Avyaya BaaYaa ko saaOMdya- kao baZ,ato hOM.vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao ]nakI BaaYaa SauW va samaRw haogaI.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa .
Apoixat AiQagama isanaomaa ko [ithasa va baaolatI iflmaaoM kI jaanakarI donaa. naOitk maUlyaaoM ka ivakasa haogaa.
Ca~aaoM maoM iva&apna va ica~a vaNa-na ]nako laoKna xamata kao ivakisat krogM ao. vyaakrNa ko maaQyama sao ]nakI BaaYaa SauW va samaRw haogaI.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao.
gaitivaiQa Paaz\ya pustk ko kiva va laoKkaoM pr AaQaairt caaT- evaM pircaya . ³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla.
maasa : navambar
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah
vasaMtÁ paz 12 Ê14 Eauitsama iBannaaqa-k Sabd³26–50´ saudamaa cairtÊ AkbarI laaoTaÊ vaacya Ê
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 7 p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M paz 7 Ê Apizt gaVaMSa Apizt pVaMSa AnaucCod laoKna
vyaakrNa : Eauitsama iBannaaqa-k SabdÊ
AnaucCod laoKna ,Apizt gaVaMSa
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya EaIÌYNa va saudamaa kI saccaI ima~ata ka AadSa- p`stut kr saccao ima~a sao Avagat krvaanaa.
Apnao ivavaok sao hr samasyaa ka hla Kaojaa jaa sakta hO sao Avagat krvaanaa.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa a
Apoixat AiQagama saccaI ima~ata ko mah%va kao samaJaogM ao.
Ca~a samaana ]ccaarNa vaalao SabdaMo ko Aqa- maoM iBannata kao phcaanaogM ao.Baart ko gaaOrvamaya [ithasa sao Avagat hao sakoMgao va sa%ya pr
ivaSvaasa krnaa saIKogM ao.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao .
gaitivaiQa Kola–Kola maoM vyaakrNa . ³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla -
maasa : idsambar
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah
vasaMt:–paz : 15 Ê17 baaja, AaOr saaÐpÊ p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 8 Ê saUr ko pd Êsamaasa p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 9 Ê
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 8 , 9 mauhavaro ³ 26–50´ iva&apna Ê saMvaad laoKna p~a
vyaakrNa: mauhavaroÊ saMvaad laoKnaÊ
iva&apnaÊ p~a Ê samaasa
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya Ba@t kiva saUrdasa kao baala manaaoiva&ana ka bahut hI gahra &ana qaa. [na pdaoM ko maaQyama sao baalak ÌYNa kI svaaBaaivak ija&asaaAaoM
va baala saulaBa Ë`ID,aAaoM sao Avagat krvaanaa.
dao p`aiNayaaoM ko jaIvana evaM ]nako jaInao AaOr saaocanao ko ZMga Alaga haoto hOM vao Apnao svaBaava ko Anausaar jaIvana jaInao ka ya%na krto hOM
[sa baat sao Avagat krvaanaa.
saamaaisak Sabd Wara laoKna kaOSala kao ivakisat krnaa.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa a
Apoixat AiQagama Ca~aaoM kao dRZ, inaScaya sao saamaaijak badlaava laanao kI p`orNaa imalaogaI. vao saIKogM ao ik doSa ko gaaOrva ko ile p`aNaaoM ka maoh CaoD, donaa
caaihe.
ima~aaoM kI madd krnaa saIKogM ao. kRYNa kI baala saulaBa ËID,aAaoM sao piricat haogM ao. saamaaisak Sabd ]nako laoKna kaOSala kao ivakisat
kroMgao.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao a
gaitivaiQa saaxaa%kar ³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla.
maasa : janavarI
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah pMcama saPtah
vasaMt: paz : 18 SaItavakaSa SaItavakaSa TaopI Ê AlaMkar– Aqaa-laMkar Ê p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M : paz 10
p`omacaMd kI khainayaa^M paz 10 vaa@yaaMSaaoM ko ilae ek Anaokaqa-k Sabd ³26–50´
AlaMkar– Aqaa-laMkar Sabd
vyaakrNa :vaa@yaaSaaoM ko ilae ek
SabdÊ Anaokaqa-k Sabd
iSaxaNa ]d\dSo ya rajaa AaOr p`jaa ko baIca saMbaMQaaoM ka &ana krvaanaa va saMpUNa- maanava jaait kao kt-vyainaYz haonao ko ilae p`oirt krta hO.
raja ka kt-vya p`jaa palana hO naik ApnaI sauK sauivaQaaAaoM ko ilae ]naka SaaoYaNa.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao Avagat krvaanaa a
Apoixat AiQagama saahsa va ]%saah sao jaIvana jaInao kI klaa ka ivakasa haogaa .]%saahpUNa- ike gae kaya- sao hI saflata p`aPt haotI hO [sa baat ko
mah<va kao jaanaogM ao.
naOitk maUlyaaoM ko ivakasaÊ vyaavahairk &ana va saamaaijak samarsata sao piricat haogM ao a
g vaad ivavaad ³ sauJaaivat gaitivaiQa ´
iSaxaNa saamaga`I vyaakrNa saI• DI• Ê smaaT- baaoD- maa^D\yaUla.
maasa : frvarI
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah
vaacya Ê AlaMkar punaravaRi<a vaacya AlaMkar punaravaRi<a punaravaRi<a punaravaRit
Apoixat AiQagama Ca~a iWtIya sa~ prIxaa kI tOyaarI krnao maoM samaqa- haogM ao va samasyaaAaoM ka samaaQaana kr sakogM ao.
gaitivaiQa punaravaRit prIxaa Wara ivaYaya saMbaMQaI &ana kI prK kI jaaegaI.
iWtIya sa~a prIxaa
iSaxaNa saamaga`I AavaSyaktanausaar
maasa : maaca-
Paaz ÀivaYaya P`aqama saPtah iWtIya saPtah tRtIya saPtah catuqa- saPtah
iWtIya sa~a prIxaa iWtIya sa~a prIxaa iWtIya sa~a prIxaa ]<ar puistka pr caca-a
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f”k{k.k lkexzh “kCn dks”k

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MATHEMATICS
MONTH: APRIL
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter 1: Rational Numbers Orientation for Students Chapter 2: Chapter 2: (Cont.) Chapter 2: (Cont.)
Chapter 1:  Solving Equations  Solving Equations Reducing equation to
Chapter 2: Linear Equation in  Properties of Rational with expression on with variables on simpler form
One Variable Numbers one side and number both sides
 Representation of Rational on other side
numbers on number line  Word problems
 Rational Numbers between related to the above
two given Rational numbers topic
Learning objectives  To acquaint the students with the properties of Rational Numbers.
 To enable the students to solve various equations given in a problem.
Expected Learning Outcome  Familiarizing the students with the difference between Rational Numbers and Fractions
 Application of the properties of rational numbers in the problems given
 Application of Linear Equations in word problems related to every day routine.
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Fractional kit

MONTH: MAY
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 3: Understanding Chapter – 3 Chapter 3 (Cont.) Chapter 3 (Cont.) Summer Summer
Quadrilaterals  Polygons and its types  Kinds of quadrilaterals  Kinds of quadrilaterals Break Break
 Properties related to polygons with their properties with their properties
Learning objectives  To familiarize the students with various properties of quadrilaterals.
Expected Learning Outcome  Application of Properties of Quadrilaterals in solving word problems.
Lab Activities  Angle sum property of quadrilateral
 Sum of exterior angles of any polygon
 Properties of parallelogram: a) diagonals bisect each other b) opposite angles are equal
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Model on Angle Sum Property of Quadrilaterals
 Model on sum of exterior angles of any polygon
MONTH: JULY
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter 4: Practical Geometry Chapter 4: Chapter 4: Chapter 5 Chapter – 6
 Construction of  Construction of Quadrilaterals when two (Cont.)  Properties of square
Quadrilaterals when adjacent sides and three angles are  Histogram numbers
Chapter 5: Data Handling length of four sides known  Pie-Chart  Patterns related to
and diagonals is given  Construction of Quadrilaterals when  Probability square numbers
Chapter 6: Square and Square  Construction of three sides and two included angles are  Pythagorean Triplet
Root Quadrilaterals when given Square root by
three sides and two Chapter 5: repeated subtraction
diagonals are given  Frequency Distribution Table method
 Bar Graph
Learning objectives  To develop the understanding of various types of Quadrilaterals and their construction.
 To familiarize the students with various types of graphs viz: bar graph, histogram, pie chart.
 To enable the students to group the data and represent it pictorially.
 To acquaint the students with the concept of probability and its application
 To develop the ability to calculate square roots of different types of numbers
Expected Learning Outcome  Developing an understanding of various types of Quadrilaterals and their construction.
 Interpretation, representation and analysis of data given, through different types of graphs
 Developing the ability to calculate square roots of different types of numbers
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Geometrical Instrument kit

MONTH: AUGUST
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 6: Square and Square Chapter6 (cont.) Chapter – 7 Chapter – 8 Chapter – 8 (Cont.) Chapter – 8 (Cont.)
Root  Square root by  Properties of cube  Percentage  Discount  Annually and
Chapter 7: Cube and Cube Root prime factorization of a number and its  Profit-loss/Tax Semiannually
Chapter 8: Comparing Quantities method.  Cube root by prime application  Compound
 Square root by factorization Interest
division method method
Learning Objectives  To familiarize the students with different methods of finding the cube-root of a number.
 To familiarize the students with the concept of ratio, proportion, profit/loss, simple/compound interest and
percentage.
 To apply commercial Maths in day to day life experiences
Expected Learning Outcome  Familiarizing the students with different methods of finding the cube-root of a number.
 Application of commercial Maths in day to day life problems.
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Roller charts on commercial maths

MONTH: SEPTEMBER
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Revisions and TERM - I Revisions Revision & TERM - I TERM - I Paper discussion

MONTH: OCTOBER
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter-9: Algebraic Chapter 9: Chapter 9: Chapter 9: Chapter 9: Chapter 14:
Expression and Identities Various terms of  Multiplication  Algebraic  Algebraic identities  Common Factor
Algebraic expression of Algebraic identities  (a-b)2 Method
Chapter 14: Factorization  Addition, subtraction of expressions  (a+b) 2
 a –b
2 2  Regrouping terms
Algebraic expressions  (x+a) (x+b)
Learning objectives  To make the students understand the difference between an equation and identities.
 To enable the students to add, subtract multiply various algebraic expressions.
 To teach the application of identities in various problems.
 To familiarize the students with different methods of factorization of polynomials
Expected Learning Outcome  Acquainting the students with various mathematical operations on algebraic expressions.
 Familiarizing the students with different methods of factorization of polynomials and their division
Lab Activities  Verification of Algebraic Identity (a+b)2
 Verification of Algebraic identity a2- b2
 Verification of Algebraic identity (x+a)(x+b)
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Models on algebraic identities

MONTH: NOVEMBER
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter 14: Factorization Chapter-14 (cont.) Chapter-14(cont.) Chapter 14 (Cont.) Chapter 12:
 Use of identities for  Use of identities  Division of a monomial by a monomial  Standard form of
Chapter 12: Exponents and factorization for factorization  Division of a polynomial by a polynomial numbers.
Powers Chapter 12:
 Laws of Exponents
Learning objectives  To familiarize the students with different methods of factorization of polynomials
 To familiarize the students with the concept of exponent and its notation.
 To empower the students to apply various laws of exponents
Expected Learning Outcome  Familiarizing the students with different methods of factorization of polynomials and their division
 Application of laws of exponents in day to day problems.
Lab Activity  Activity on factorization of a polynomial
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Models related to Factorisation of polynomials

MONTH: DECEMBER
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter 11: Mensuration Chapter -11 Chapter -11 (cont) Chapter 11 (Cont.) Chapter 13
 Perimeter of Quadrilaterals  Surface area of  Volume of Cube, and  Direct Proportion
Chapter 13: Direct and Inverse and polygons Cube, Cuboid and Cuboid
Proportion  Area of Quadrilaterals Cylinder  Volume of Cylinder
Learning objectives  To enable the students to find the perimeter and area of 2-D shape.
 To calculate surface area and volume of 3-D shapes
 To enable the students to apply the above concept in various word problems
 To understand the meaning and concept of direct proportion.
 To identify and apply the concept of direct proportion in day to day life situation.
Expected Learning Outcome  Application of Area/Perimeter/Surface area/Volume of shapes in everyday life situations
 Application of Direct proportion.
Lab Activity  Area of trapezium
 Total Surface Area of a Cylinder
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Models related to surface area/volume of cube, cuboid and cylinder

MONTH: JANUARY
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 13: Direct and Inverse Winter Winter Break Chapter 13: Chapter 15 Chapter 15 (cont)
Proportion Break Inverse  Introduction of the Chapter  Application of graphs
Chapter 15: Graphs Proportion  Line/Linear graphs Chapter 16:
Chapter 16:Playing with numbers  Application of graphs  Numbers in general form
Learning objectives  To understand the meaning and concept of inverse proportion.
 To identify and apply the concept of inverse proportion in day to day life situation.
 To acquaint the students with various terms related to Cartesian plane
 To enable the students to plot a point in a Cartesian plane using co-ordinate axes
 To develop thinking skills to solve the puzzles
Expected Learning Outcome  Application of Inverse proportion
 Acquainting the students with various terms related to Cartesian plane
 Developing thinking skills to solve the puzzles
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module
 Roller chart on graphs

MONTH: FEBRUARY
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter 16:Playing with numbers Chapter 16 (cont) Chapter 10: Revision Revision
Chapter 10: Visualising Solid  Numbers in general form  Different Views of 3D shapes
Shapes  Divisibility Tests  Polyhedrons
Learning objectives  To identify and apply the divisibility rules in the problems given
 To develop thinking skills to solve the puzzles
 To acquaint the students with Euler’s formula to find different faces, edges and vertices of 3D shapes.
 To categorize the polyhedrons as regular or irregular
Expected Learning Outcome  Application of divisibility rules in the problems given
 Developing thinking skills to solve the puzzles
 Acquainting the students with different faces, edges and vertices of 3D shapes
Lab Activity/ Assessment  Verification of Euler’s Formula
 Practical Exam
Teaching aid/Resources  Smart class module, Models of polyhedrons, Models on Euler’s Formula

MONTH: MARCH
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
TERM II EXAM TERM II EXAM RESULT PREPARATION RESULT DECLARATION
SCIENCE
MONTH: APRIL
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter 1: Crop production Chapter1 Chapter1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
and management  Agricultural practices  Protection from  Types of micro- organisms  Synthetic fibers- their
 Preparation of soil weeds  Commercial use: Fermentation types, characteristics
Chapter 2: Micro- organisms:  Manure and  Harvesting  Medicinal use: Vaccination and uses
Friend & Foe fertilizers Methods of  Increases soil fertility & cleans  Plastics- their
 Irrigation storage environment properties and uses
Chapter 3: Synthetic fiber and  Food from  Harmful microorganisms  Plastic and environment
plastics animals  Food preservation,  4R principle
 Nitrogen cycle
Learning Objectives The students will be able to:
 learn basic agricultural practices
 learn about methods of preparation of soil
 understand importance of manures and fertilizers
 learn about harvesting and storage of food grains
 learn about microorganisms and their occurrence in nature
 learn the usefulness and harms caused by microbes
 learn advantages of food preservation
 understand nitrogen cycle and its importance
 learn about different types of synthetic fibers
 differentiate between different types of plastics
Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to:
 know different agricultural practices
 differentiate between manure and fertilizers
 know modern methods of irrigation, harvesting and storage
 know about different type of microorganisms
 appreciate the uses of microorganisms
 learn about the antibiotics and vaccines
 know the importance of microorganisms in cleaning environment
 differentiate between thermoplastic and thermosetting type of plastics
Teaching Aids  Smart Class Module , slide of bacteria , fungi , algae and microscope
Activity  Collection of pictures of agricultural implements & make a scrapbook
 To separate healthy seeds from unhealthy (damaged seeds)
 Identification of common food preservatives from common food items/soft drink, jam, chips, pickles.
 Flow chart of Nitrogen cycle
 Collection of different plastic items and segregate them into thermoplastic and thermosetting plastics
 To study the tensile strength of different fibers
Assessment  Class and Home work assignment
 Worksheets
 Class test

MONTH: MAY
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 4: Materials: Metals Chapter 4 Chapter4 Chapter 5 Summer Summer
& Non-metals  Occurrence of metals  Chemical properties of metals  Formation of coal Break Break
and non-metals &non-metals and petroleum
Chapter 5: Coal & Petroleum  Physical properties  Uses of metals & non- metals  Refining of
of metals and non- Chapter 5 petroleum Uses of
metals  Exhaustible & inexhaustible coal& petroleum
natural resources
Learning Objectives The students will be able to:
 Know about occurrence of metals and nonmetals in nature.
 learn displacement reaction of metals and nonmetals
 learn about uses of metals and nonmetals
 Understand the importance of fossil fuels in our lives.
 Understand the formation of petroleum and natural gas.
 Learn the refining of petroleum.
Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to:
 learn about the uses of metals &non-metals
 know about displacement reactions
 comprehend physical and chemical properties of metals and non-metals
 differentiate between exhaustible & inexhaustible natural resources
 appreciate the conservation of natural resources
 understand the formation and uses of coal and petroleum
Teaching Aids Smart Class Module , Different metals and nonmetals will be shown to the students
Activity  Reaction of metals and non metals with acids
 Preparation of index cards for four metals and on-metals
 Group discussion-gold is a preferred metal for jewellary
 Debate on exhaustible and inexhaustible natural resources
 Locating the places on India map where petroleum refineries are situated.
Assessment  Class and Home work assignment
 Worksheets
 Class test

MONTH: JULY
th
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4 & 5th Week
Chapter 6 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 7 (Contd.)
Chapter 6: Combustion & Flame  Introduction  Types of Combustion  Deforestation and its  Flora and fauna
 Fuel, Ignition  Flame causes  Endemic species
Chapter 7: Conservation of Temperature  Fuel efficiency  Consequenes of  Wildlife sanctuary
Plants and Animals  Inflammable Substances deforestation  National park
 Control of Combustion  Conservation of forest  Red datebook
and wildlife  Migration
 Biosphere  Recycling of paper
Reserve  Reforestation
Learning Objectives The students will be able to:
 To differentiate between combustible and noncombustible substances.
 To learn ignition temperature of a substance
 To understand different types of combustion.
 To understand flame and its structure.
 To learn about biodiversity and wildlife
 To learn the importance of conservation of wildlife
 To learn about endemic species of India
 To know the importance of national parks, sanctuaries and biosphere reserves in wildlife management
 To learn migration of animals
 To learn about red data book and its importance
Expected Learning Outcomes  learn the conditions necessary for the combustion to take place
 learn about flame and its parts
 know about the methods of extinguishing fire
 Understand the need to conserve flora and fauna
 Learn about endemic species, red data book, Wild life sanctuary, National Parks
 Understand the consequences of deforestation
 Comprehend the need of conserving the extinct and endemic species.
 Understand the importance of migration of various animal
Teaching aids  Smart Class Module
Activity  Collection and sorting of materials into combustible and non-combustible materials
 Heating of water in paper cup
 Map work to locate national park, wild life sanctuaries
 Making power point presentation on endangered species of India
 Pick and speak on deforestation, reforestation, recycling of papers, red databook.
Assessment  Class and Home work assignment
 Worksheets
 Class test
MONTH: AUGUST
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 8: Cell- Structure & Chapter 8 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 9 Chapter 9
Functions  Introduction  Cell structure and  Introduction  Male and female  Metamorphosis
Chapter 9: Reproduction in  Discovery of cell functions  Difference reproductive organs  Asexual
Animals  Organisms show variety  Plant and Animal between  Fertilization reproduction
in cell number, shape Cell And their Asexual and Development of embryo
&size comparison  Viviparous and
sexual
reproduction oviparous animals
Learning Objectives The students will be able
 Learn about structural and functional unit of life.
 Learn about discovery of cell.
 Understand the concept of size and shape of cell.
 Learn about cell structure and their functions.
 To learn process of fertilization and development of embryo in uterus
 To learn oviparous and viviparous animals
 To learn about metamorphosis
Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to:
 recognize different types of cells
 list the functions of parts of cell
 Understand the role and function of cell.
 Appreciate the diversity in the organisms based on the type’s of cells.
 understand the process of fertilization and development of embryo
Teaching aids  Smart ClassModule , slides of plants and animals cells, microscope
Activity  to observe the slide of onion peel
 to observe and compare plant and animal cell on the basis of structure
 Crossword puzzles
Assessment  Subject enrichment activity- Lab Activity
 Notebook – (assessment parameters)- Timely Submission, neatness, Index, well binded/ covered
 Class and Home work assignment
 Worksheets
 Class test

MONTH: SEPTEMBER
st
Content/Topic 1 Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Revision  Revision Half yearly  Half yearly examination
 Half yearly examination examination  Distribution and discussion of papers
Learning Objectives  Students will be able to know and correct the mistakes done in the answer sheets of Half yearly Examination
Expected learning Outcomes  The learners would be able to understand and evaluate the errors and mistakes done in the paper and would
be able to improve upon the same through correction.
 Students will be able to recall and remember all the concepts
Teaching Aids  Previous year papers
Assessment  Half yearly examination

MONTH: OCTOBER
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 10: Reaching the age Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Chapter 11  Pressure Chapter 12
of adolescence  Adolescence and  Role of hormones  Different types of exerted by  Force of friction
puberty  Reproductive health forces liquids &gases  Factors affecting
 Change sat  Role of drugs  Effects of force Atmospheric friction
Chapter 11: Force and
pressure
pressure puberty  Pressure Friction-a necessary
Chapter12: Friction  Secondary sexual evil
Characteristics
Learning Objectives The students will be able:
 To know about changes taking place at adolescence and puberty
 To learn the role of hormones in the growth process
 To learn about secondary sexual characters in males and females
 To learn about drug menace
 learn about various types of forces
 understand concept of pressure and its relation with thrust
 understand concept of frictional force
 learn about factors affecting friction
 know that friction is a necessary evil
Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to:
 understand the changes taking place at puberty
 Know the role of hormones in controlling secondary sexual characters and reproductive cycle.
 learn the types of forces- contact & non contact forces
 understand the effects of force- in change of state, shape
 understand that liquids & gases exert pressure
 know about different types of friction
 understand the factors affecting friction
Teaching aids  Smart Class Module, Charts of male and female reproductive organs
Activity  Crossword puzzle or oral quiz
 Data collection on height of boys and girls of class and plotting graph
 Report on importance of consuming iodised salt by collecting information from magazine or newspaper
 Pressure exerted by liquids
Assessment Class and Home work assignment
Worksheets
Class test

MONTH: NOVEMBER
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter12: Friction Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 13 Chapter 13
 Methods of  Sound – by vibrating body  Properties of  Amplitude, time period and
Chapter 13: Sound reducing friction  Sound produced by humans soundwave frequency of a vibration
 Fluid friction  Structure of ear  Noise and music
 Noise pollution
Learning Objectives The students will be able
 know about ways to reduce friction
 To learn about different types of sound
 To learn the properties of soundwave
 To understand the structure of human ear.
 To understand difference between music and noise
 To learn about measures to limit noise pollution
Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to –
 understand the advantages and disadvantages of friction
 Understand how sound is produced.
 find out ways to reduce noise pollution
Teaching aids  Smart Class Module
Activity  Rolling friction is less than sliding friction
 Sound needs medium to travel
 Sound is produced by a vibrating body
Activity/Assessment  Class and Home work assignment
 Worksheets
 Class test
MONTH: DECEMBER
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Chapter 14: Chemical Effects Chapter 14 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16:
of Electric Current  Electrolytes  Examples of  Lightning Safety  Structure of human
Chapter 15: Some Natural  Nonelectrolytes electroplating  Earthquakes eye
Phenomena  Do liquids conduct Chapter 15 Chapter 16:  Functions of different
Chapter 16: Light Electricity  Charging by Rubbing  Laws of reflection parts of human eye
 Chemical effect  Types of Charges and  Regular and diffused  Care of human eye
of current Interaction reflecion  Braille system
 Electroplating  Transfer of charges  Multiple reflection &images
 Cause of lightning Dispersion
Learning Objectives The students will be able
 To learn about electrolytes and non –electrolytes
 To learn about chemical effects of electric current
 To understand the phenomenon of electroplating
 To know about some natural phenomenon like lighting and earthquake
 To learn about lightning
 To know about lightning conductor
 To understand phenomenon of reflection of light
 To understand the phenomenon of multiple reflection
 To learn about different parts of human eye and its functions
 To understand dispersion of white light
Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to:
 differentiate between electrolytes and non – electrolytes
 Comprehend electroplating & their applications.
 understand the concept of charging an object
 apply the safety measures taken during lightning
 know about earthquake and its measurement
 understand dispersion of white light
 recognize the type of reflection
 draw well labeled diagram of eye
 tell the functions of different parts of human eye
Teaching aids  Smart ClassModule
Activity  conduction tester for different electrolyte(fruits and vegetables-lemon juice, vinegar)
 Electroplating of copper on steel spoon
 Making model of electroscope
 Like chares repel and unlike charges attract
 To verify laws of reflection of light
 Oral quiz on scientific terms, parts of the eye, type of images etc.
 Showing dispersion of light
 Construction of kaleidoscope
Assessment  Class and Home work assignment, Worksheets, Class test

MONTH: JANUARY
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 17: Stars and the Solar Winter Winter Chapter 17 Chapter 17  Artificial satellites
System Break Break  Phases of moon  Solar system-planets
 The stars and constellations  Asteroids, Meteors,
meteorites
Learning Objectives The students will be able to:
 To know about stars, planets, universe.
 To learn about other heavenly bodies like comets, meteors, satellites,etc.
 To understand about artificial satellites and its applications.
Expected Learning Outcomes The students will be able to:
 recognize the shapes of constellation
 learn about the solar system and planets
 appreciate the uses of artificial satellites
Teaching aids  Smart Class Module
Activity  Scrap book on artificial satellites and constellations
 Preparing a model of solar system showing the planets and their relative sizes.
Assessment  Subject enrichment activity- Lab Activity
 Notebook – (assessment parameters)- Timely Submission, neatness, Index, well binded/ covered
 Class and Home work assignment, Worksheets, Classtest
MONTH: FEBRUARY
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Chapter 18: Chapter 18 Chapter 18 (Contd)
Pollution of Air &  Air Pollution  Remedies to reduce air pollution and Water Revision Revision Final exam
Water  How does air get pollution
polluted  How does water get polluted
 Case study–The Taj Mahal  Potable and purified water
 Green House Effect  3R’s
Learning Objectives  To learn causes of air pollution and major air pollutants
 To learn about harmful effects of air pollution
Expected Learning  learn about air and water pollution
Outcomes  Understand Greenhouse effect.
Teaching Aids Smart ClassModule
Activity  Posters making on clean environment
 Group discussion on green house effect and Ganga action plan.
Assessment Class and Home work assignment, Worksheets Class test

MONTH: MARCH
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Final exam Final exam - -
SOCIAL SCIENCE
MONTH: APRIL
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Political Science Pol. Sc: Chapter 1 History: Chapter 1 Geo: Chapter 1 History: Chapter 2
Chapter-1: The Indian  Need for laws  An over view of period-  Resources and their  Mercantilism and trade
Constitution  The Role of (Hindu, Muslim, British) types-Human made, wars
Geography Constitution in our  Introduction to new Human itself and  Struggle for Territory
Chapter-1: Resources lives Geographical boundaries natural resources with Indian Rulers
History  Values and Vision of  An Outline of the time Frame  Imporatnce of resources
Chapter-1: How, When and Constitution  Introduction of the historical in our lives
Where sources of study
Chapter-2: Trade to Territory
Learning Objectives  To know the meaning of resources, their variety, location and distribution
 To develop an understanding about the earth as the habitat of humankind and other forms of life
 To introduce to the changing nomenclature of the Indian subcontinent
 To understand how the sources of study for present day are different to those of earlier period
 To understand the Vision & Values of the Constitution.
 To get familiar how a trading company became a political power
 To know how trade led to various historic battles
Expected Learning Outcome  Students will understand the significance of resources & types of resources.
 Student will learn how the consolidation of British power was linked to the formation of colonial armies &
administrative structure.
 Comprehend the constitution as the primary source of all our laws
Teacher’s Resource  Newspapers Articles
 Smart Class Module, Map
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs
 Quiz

MONTH: MAY
Content - Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
History History: Chapter 2 Pol.Sc.: Chapter-2 Geography: Chapter-2 Summer Summer
Chapter-2: Trade to Territory  The Growth of  Secularism as a basic  Natural Resources and Break Break
Political Science Colonial army and concept their Distribution and
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Chapter-2: Understanding Civilian  Importance of separating Utilization
Secularism Administration the religion from the  Conservation of Water
Geography state Resources, Natural
Chapter-2: Land, Soil, Water,  Objectives of Indian Vegetation and Wild Life
Natural Vegetation and Wild Secularism
life Resources
Learning Objectives  To have an understanding of the various laws formed in the constitution
 To gain knowledge on the role of the government in religious matter
 To develop awareness towards resource conservation and sustainable development
 To appreciate the judicious use of resources
 To know about the various initiatives towards the conservation process
Expected Learning Outcome  Appreciate the importance of secularism in a democratic country.
 Comprehend the intervention of government in religious matters
 Analyze the steps to be taken to conserve the resources
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Newspaper Articles, Map
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs
 Quiz

MONTH: JULY
Content - Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
History History: Chapter-3 Geography: Chapter-3 Pol. Sc.: Chapter 3 Pol. Sc.: Pol. Sc.: Chapter
Chapter-3: Ruling the  Colonial Agrarian  Types of Minerals  Reasons-why Chapter 4 4
Countryside policies, their effects on  Extraction of Minerals parliamentary form is  Significance  Implication of
Geography Peasants & Landlords.  Distribution of Minerals chosen in India of Law Laws’
Chapter-3: Mineral and Power  Growth of commercial (World Patterns with  Main features of
Resources crops. special reference to Parliament and its role
Political Science  Peasant revolts (Focus India in debating a bill
Chapter-3: Why do we need a on Indigo Rebellion
Parliament?
Chapter-4: Understanding Law
Learning Objectives  To learn how the growth of new crops often disruoted the rhythm of peasant life and led to revolt
 To get an understanding of the colonial agrarian policies and its effect on peasant life
 To learn the importance of various minerals in our daily life
 To gain a sense of the essesntial elements of the parliamentary form of government
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 To understand the ways in which the government repond to issues
 To develop an understanding of the rule of law and our involvement with the law
Expected Learning Outcome  Students will get a broad view of changes within rural society
 Analyze the gowth of commercial crops
 Comprehend the use of various minerals in our day to day life
 Students will understand why India chose a Parliamentary form of Government
 Understand the ways in which Government and other groups respond to issues
 Analyze the main elements of our judicial structure
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Newspaper article
 Maps
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs, Quiz

MONTH: AUGUST
Content - Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
History History: Chapter 4 History: Chapter 4 History: Chapter 5 History: Chapter 5 History Chapter 6
Chapter-4: Tribals, Dikus and  Changes within  Tribal revolts with  Policies and the (contd)  De-Urbanization
the Vision of Golden Age Tribal Economies focus on Birsa People  The Company fights and emergence of
Chapter-5: When People Rebel and Societies in Munda  Responses to back new towns
(1857 and After) the 19th century reforms Pol. Sc.: Chapter 5  Implications of
Chapter-6: Colonialism and the  A Mutiny becomes  Upholding the law and colonial policies
city a Popular Enforcing and
Political Science Rebellion Fundamental Rights institutions(munici
Chapter-5: Judiciary  Structure of the palities, Public
Courts in India works, Planning,
 Indicate the rationale Railway link
of the process
Learning Objectives  To learn about the various tribal revolts
 To understand how urbanization has affected the lives of the tribals
 To understand how the revolts originated and spread
 To learn about the changes in the colonial rule after 1857
 To gain a critical sense of how new towns developed during colonial period
 To appreciate the colonial architecture
 To understand the Indian judicial system through tracing a case from the lower to the higher courts
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 To learn the difference between the criminal and the civil case
Expected Learning Outcome  Students will understand the different forms of tribal societies
 Familiarize with the changes within the tribal economies and societies in the 19 th century
 Familiarize with the changes in colonial rule after 1857
 Learn about the elite and the peasant participation in the rebellion
 Appreciate the importance of law in our society
 Get familiar how the court helps the common man in getting justice
 Understand that Judiciary plays an important role in upholding the law and enforcing ‘Fundamental Rights’
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Newspaper article
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs
 Quiz

MONTH: SEPTEMBER
Content – Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Revision for Term I Revision Revision PT - 2 History: Chapter 7
 Indian textiles in European markets
 Iron and Steel Factories come up in India
 The decline of Indian Textiles
Learning Objectives  Revision of syllabus for Term -1
 To learn about the growth and the decline of the Indian textile Industry faced in the early years of its
development
 To gain knowledge on the various technologies of weaving and learn about the life of the weavers
 To learn about the process of industrialization
Expected Learning Outcome  Fair well in the exams
 Analyse the problems the Indian textile Industry faced which led to its decline
 Comprehend the decline of the Indian textile industry
 Analyse the growth and the development of the iron and steel industry in India
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Newspaper article
Assessment  Class and Home Assignment
 Oral Test
 Revision Test

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MONTH: OCTOBER
Content - Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
History History: Chapter 7 History: Chapter 8 Pol. Sc.: Chapter Pol. Sc.: Chapter History:
Chapter-7: Weavers , Iron Smelters (contd)  The Tradition of 6 6 (contd) Chapter 9
and Factory Owner  The Sword of Orientalism  Role of police  Role of Public  Sati, widow
Chapter-8: Civilising the Native Tipu Sultan and  Education for Commerce in Prosecutor remarriage
Educating the Nation Wootz steel History: Chapter 8 investigating  Role of Judge
Chapter-9: Women Caste and (contd) a crime
Reforms  The Agenda for a National
Political Science Education
Chapter-6: Understanding our  The Report of William
Criminal Justice System Adam
Learning Objectives  To understand how the educational system which is universal has a history
 To get information on the new education system
 To learn the importance of FIR in the judiciary
 To know abou the role of the police and the courts in the legal system
 To gain knowledge on the hardships and the condition of women during 18th and the 19th century
Expected Learning Outcome  Appreciate the belief of Mahatma Gandhi that promotion of literacy is the most important aim of education.
 To be able to differentiate between the indigenious and the new education system
 To enable student to understand the main elements of our Judicial structure
 Appreciate the need for the processes followed in the judicial system
 Students will be able to visualize a change in women’s condition in 19th century
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Newspaper article
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs
 Quiz

MONTH: NOVEMBER
Content – Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
History History: History: Geo.: Pol. Sc.: Chapter 7
Chapter-9: Women Caste and Chapter 9 (contd) Chapter 10 Chapter 4  A brief explanation of what is
Reforms  Ideas of different  New forms of  Types of Farming Major meant by marginalized
Chapter-10: The Changing World of reformers on the Imperial Art Crops , food crops, groups
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Visual Arts position of women  Impact on new fibre crops  Forms of social inequality
Geography and women anwomen technologies and  Two Case Studies about  On Reservations
Chapter-4: Agriculture education institutions Art Agriculture
Political Science school printing development in India
Chapter-7: Understanding press and U.S.A
Marginalization
Learning Objective  To gain knowledge on the hardships and the condition of women during 18th and the 19th century
 To get an insight on the efforts of the reformers to uplift the status of the women
 To understand the importance of water
 To get familiar with the impact of new technologies and institutions in art schools and printing press
 To learn how paintings and photographs can be used to understand the cultural history of a particular
period
 To learn the role of climatic conditions in the cultivation of various crops
 To differentiate about various type of farming and agricultural development in developed countries
 To gain knowledge about the marginalized group
 To get familiar with the issue of social inequalities (untouchability and reservation)
Expected Learning Outcome  Familiarize with the writings of the individuals who reformed the caste system
 Analyse and comprehend the steps before/during and after drought
 Appreciate the major development in sphere of Arts
 Enable students to understand how changes are limked to the emergene of new public culture
 Understand why agriculture is a primary activity in India
 Learn about the various kinds of crops
 Students will develop skills to analyze an argument from the marginalized point of view
 Analyze the issues of social justice and the marginalized
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Newspaper Article
 Map
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs, Quiz

MONTH: DECEMBER
Content – Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
Political Science Pol. Sc.: Chapter 8 History: Chapter 11 History: Pol. Sc.: Chapter 9
Chapter-8: Confronting  Protecting the  Over view of the Chapter 11  Water as part of the Fundamental
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Chapter-9: Public facilities Adivasis Movement from  Diverse trends within the  Public water supply
History  Promoting Social the 1870 to the movement and different  Role of the Government in search of
Chapter-11: The Making of the Justice 1940 social groups involved other alternatives
National Movement  Different forms of  Links with constitutional
untouchability changes
that continue to
exist
Learning Objectives  To understand the laws on manual scavenging
 To be able to understand how contemporary writings and documents can be used to reconstruct the histories of
political movement
 To learn about the various constitutional changes
Expected Learning Outcome  Outline the major developments within the national movement
 Get familiar with the various social groups involved in the national movement
 Analyze the various public facilities in their areas & the scope to improve
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Physical and Political Map of India
 Newspaper cuttings
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs
 Quiz
MONTH: JANUARY
Content – Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
History Winter Break Winter History: Chapter 12 Geog.: Chapter 5 Geog.: Chapter 5
Chapter-12:India After Break  National and Regional  Classification of  Comparative study of
Independence Development since 1947 Industries Jamshedpur and Pittsburgh
Geography  Relations with the other  Distribution  Textile industry
Chapter-5: Industries countries infrastructure and (Ahmadabad and Osaka) IT
 Looking to the future development centers Bangalore &
California
Learning Objectives  To comprehend the success and the failure of the Indian democracy in the last fifty years
 To gain insight into the various national and regional developments since 1947
 To get familiar with the classification of industries
Expected Learning Outcome  Students will be able to understand how contemporary writings and documents can be used to reconstruct the
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 Understand the important forms of manufacturing industries
Teacher’s Resource  Smart Class Module
 Map
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs
 Quiz

MONTH: FEBRUARY
Content – Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Geography Geography: Chapter 6 Pol. Sc.: Chapter 10 Revision Revision Revision TERM
Chapter-6: Human Resources  Introduction  Enforcement of Safety II
Political Science  Human Resources- composition Laws
Chapter-10: Law and Social Justice , population change,  New Laws to protect the
distribution and density Environment
Learning Objective  To get knowledge on are the various factors which the population distribution of an area
 To learn about the population pyramid and its role in analyzing the economy of the country
 To enable students to know about the social and economic injustices
 To get familiar with the constitutional provisions relating to social justice
 Revision of syllabus for Term-II
Expected Learning Outcome  Students will understand the role of human resources in the development of a nation’s economy
 Fair well in the exams
Assessment  Class Test and Class Assignment
 MCIs
 Oral Test
 Revision Test

MONTH: MARCH
Content/ Topic 1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week 5th Week
Term-II Term-II - - -

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GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS
MONTH: APRIL
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek
Content : Orientation Page no. 6-9 Page no. 10- 13 Page no. 14 Page no. 15
Natural World for students Healing Properties Endangered Species Rainforest Birds Rewind
of Plants Life in a Desert Current affairs Quiz on current affairs
Volcanoes
MONTH: MAY
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek 5th Week
Content : Page no. 16-19 Page no. 20-23 Page no. 24-26 Summer Summer Break
India- My Country Indian Armed Forces Famous Hill Stations  India’s Top Universities Break
India’s Firsts Vibrant North-East  Rewind &Current
National Famous Landmarks Affairs
Organizations Multipurpose River Valley Projects

MONTH: JULY
Reopen 1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek
Content : Discussion Page no. 27-28 Page no. 29,30 Page no. 31,33 Page no. 35
Science and on Current Space and Universe Internet Terminology Fun with Gravity Rewind
Technology Affairs Medical Specialists Elementastic Let’s Go Green Current Affairs

MONTH: AUGUST
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek 5thWeek
Content : Sports Page no. 36-38 Page no. 39 Page no. 40, 41 Page no. 42 Current Affairs
FIFA World Cup Dangerous yet Champions of the Rewind QUIZ
Greatest in Cricket Adventurous Game Current Affairs
Current Affairs Gymnastics

MONTH: SEPTEMBER
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek 5thWeek
Quiz-Sports, Science and Technology Oral Revision- Mid Term Exam Mid Term Exam Fun Quiz Sudoku (From
Test Paper-1 (Pg.77) Natural World, Newspaper)
India My Country
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MONTH: OCTOBER
TOPIC/CONTENT 1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4th Week 5th Week

Content: Current Affairs Page no. 43-45 Page no. 45,46 Page no. 47-,48 Page no. 49,50 Quiz on Books and
Literature and (Discussion)  British-Us-  Oxymoron and Terms Glossary  Greatest Authors& Current
Language Technology Proverbs Speeches Affairs
 Travelogues  Current Affairs  Rewind

MONTH: NOVEMBER
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek
Content: History Page no. 51-53 Page no. 54-55 Page no. 56-58 Quiz on Freedom fighters, important events
Mughal Empire Freedom Fighters H for History related to India's freedom movement etc.
Between the Two World Deadliest Epidemics Rewind Current Affairs
Wars

MONTH: DECEMBER
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek
Content: World Page no. 59-62 Page no. 63,64 Page no. 65,66 Page no. 67,68
 All about European Union Currencies in Circulation International Fashion  Amazingly Creative Sculptures
 Adventures Around the Major Religion Cities Designers  Rewind & Current Affairs
World City Names

MONTH: JANUARY
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek 5thweek
Content: Winter Break Winter Page no. 69 Page no. 70-72, 75 Page no. 73-74,76
Entertainment Break Top Grossing IIFA Awards 2016 Movie Magic
Music Artists World’s Best Amusement Park Rewind
&Current First in Bollywood (Test Paper II) Page no. 78
Affairs

MONTH: FEBRUARY
1stWeek 2ndWeek 3rdWeek 4thWeek
Revision &Assignment Revision &Assignment Term-II Term-II

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LIFE SKILLS

Month Topic/Content Activity/Project Assessment Learning Objective


APRIL Orientation for students Class Talk/discussion on  Activities  To explore the concepts of Life Skills
 Unit 1  Worksheets  To acquaint student with the Life Skills they can use
(CBSE Life Skills: Teacher’s Manual-VIII) in their day to day life
 To gain awareness towards self in a critical manner
 The Concept and Context of Value Education
CBSE: (Values Education: A Handbook for  To become aware of the uniqueness of self
Revisiting life skills  To understand and imbibe life skills through the
Teachers)
story narrative
 To understand the importance of knowing oneself
MAY SELF-AWARENESS Let’s Debate/discuss:  Worksheets  To understand the importance of knowing oneself
 Self-Esteem-Activity 4: Building Positive Self-  Activities  To enhance self esteem
Esteem (page 75) Or Activity: Self Esteem  Questionnaire  To help the students to think critically and get an
(page94) insight about the situations
 Body image Page 13-16 Followed by  To gain awareness towards self in a critical manner
discussion  To become aware of the uniqueness of self
SELF-CONTROL  Activity: Self-Assessment student Worksheet
CBSE: (Values Education: A Handbook for
Teachers)
JUNE SUMMER BREAK SUMMER BREAK SUMMER SUMMER BREAK
BREAK
JULY CRITICAL THINKING  Discussion/Brainstorming session on the  Worksheets  To improve the Creative Thinking Skills
topic/s:  Activities  To apply thought and creativity to studies
 Audio-Visuals (age appropriate) pertaining to  To enhance Comprehension and Artistic Skills
discoveries/innovations/inventions reflecting  To think out of the Box by encouraging them to
creative thinking and critical thinking create metaphors
 To analyze the Decision Making Steps to make
CREATIVE THINKING
(CBSE Life Skills: Teacher’s Manual-VIII) efficient Decision
 Developing Self Control and forgoing Impulsive
Behavior
 To be accountable for one’s own decisions and
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AUGUST EFFECTIVE Activities:  Activities  To help students understand the importance of
COMMUNICATION  Listening: An important component of  Worksheets Verbal and Nonverbal communication
Effective Communication. Tips to Good  Role Plays  Respond promptly or express feelings to the
Listening Skills Activity 6: Unit-5 parents in a positive and assertive way
 Discussion/Class talks on Contrast/Fine line  To understand the importance of following the
between Verbal and Non-Verbal ways of instructions/directions given to them
Communication. Activity: Display difference/s  To promote and enhance assertive communication
btw the two through real life examples,  To know the difference between Hearing and
 Role-plays/imitation/s etc. Listening
 Discussion/Class Talk: Factors influencing  To become more aware of oneself, while listening
Interpersonal Relationship i.e., Love and to others
affection, honesty, integrity, and
commitment, feelings etc. Activity 1: Sharing
INTERPERSONAL Feelings (page 139)
RELATIONSHIP  Worksheet/s: Unit 5-6
(CBSE Life Skills: Teacher’s Manual-VIII)
SEPTEMBER  Grading the students on different descriptors  Classwork  To empower them to be able to live a better life
 Discussion of Answer Sheets  Homework  To make them aware about their own learnings.
SA-I  Worksheets
 Activities
 Role plays
OCTOBER MANAGING EMOTIONS Activities:  Worksheets  To understand the importance of contentment and
 Discussion/ Brainstorming Session on what  Activities peace
are emotions, Anger? Signs of Anger/different  To develop understanding about the discomfort in
emotions dissonance
 Activity 3: Managing Emotions (Role Play)-  To develop skills to manage negative emotions
page 158 Or Activity 4: Emotions Collage  To be able to express emotions appropriately
(page 161)  To be able to make use of positive ways to deal
with negative emotions
MANAGING CBSE (Life Skills: Teacher’s Manual-VIII)  To enhance knowledge and skills of managing
ANGER emotions in a healthy way
NOVEMBER DECISION MAKING Activities:  Worksheets  To develop problem solving approach
 Some common group problems and their  Questionnaire  To use problem solving techniques
solutions  Activities  To experience Conflicts and find ways to solve it
 Activity: Goal setting and decision making  Worksheets  To talk about different types of Conflicts
 Time management-Stories from around the  To inculcate curiosity
world  To help explore the ways conflicts can be resolved
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 Activity: Analysis-organization, attitude, peacefully
delegation, information gathering, integrated  To enhance understanding of self in a critical
time management manner
 Keeping a time log  To inculcate the ability of Critical and Creative
Thinking
(Teacher’s Manual on Life Skills, Class VIII)  To promote awareness and appreciation about
PROBLEM SOLVING
oneself
 To reflect on one’s own self worth
DECEMBER Activities:  Worksheets  To develop understanding towards the needs of
 The value of respect(pg 185)  Story other beings
 Choosing to help others(pg 195) narration  To enhance motivation to help others
 Nobody wants to Befriend a Bully(pg 203)  Activities  To analyze a situation critically
Empathy
 To develop understanding towards the suffering of
others
 To enhance motivation to make a difference in
others’ life
JANUARY COPING WITH STRESS Activities:  Worksheets  learn that ‘stress is a common phenomenon in
 Sources of stress and irrational ideas,  Activities every one’s life
Reduction of stress  Role Plays  focus on strengths-the positive side of self and life
 Stress management techniques  know how to focus on problem and reduce anxiety
 analyze how stress affects our life
MOTIVATION (Teacher’s Manual on Life Skills, Class VIII)  understand the different ways to cope up with
stress
FEBRUARY REVIEW & REVISION OF Assessment and grading the students on  Discussions  To empower them to be able to live a better life
ALL THE SKILLS & different descriptors  Role plays  To make them aware about their own learnings.
VALUES LEARNT  Worksheets
for Self
assessment
MARCH SA-II SA-II SA-II SA-II

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COMPUTER
MONTH: APRIL
Chapter 7: Cyber Threats  Understanding the meaning of Cyber Threats.
and Protection  Understanding various threats like Malware – Virus, Trojan horse, Worms and Spyware.
 Adware, Spam, Denial of Service(DOS)
 Various methods of protecting the computer from the cyber threats.
 Understanding Personal Information and ways to protect it.
 Understanding the concept of Social Engineering and protection against it.
 Cookies and how to guard your privacy from cookies.
 Exercise and Question Answers.
Learning Objectives  To sensitize students about Cyber Threats and how to protect themselves while being Online.
Expected Learning  Learner would be able to attain knowledge about Cyber Threats and how to protect themselves while being
Outcome Online.
Assessment Activity:
Create a PowerPoint Presentation on any topic from the chapter, gather more information from Internet and
present the same in the class.

MONTH: MAY
Content/ Topic
Chapter 8: Cyber Legal  To gain knowledge about Cyber Crime.
Issues  Understanding various Cyber Crimes like Cyber bullying, Identity Theft, Hacking and how to Prevent yourself
from being the victim of Cyber Crime.
 Exercise and Question Answers.
Learning Objectives  To sensitize students about different types of Cyber Crimes and legal issues associated with them.
Expected Learning  Learner would be able to procure information on different types of Cyber Crimes and legal issues associated with
Outcome them.
Assessment Activity
Create a PowerPoint Presentation on the chapter, gather more information from Internet and present the same in
the class.

MONTH: JULY
Content/ Topic
Chapter 3: Working in Open  Understanding Database and its need.
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 Advantages of a Database.
 Working with Open Office Base
 Objects of Open Office Base - Tables, Queries, Forms and Reports.
 Tables in a Database, Entering Data in a Table
 Various Data Types like Text, Memo, Number, Date/Time, Currency, AutoNumber and Yes/No
 Setting Field Properties, Primary Key and validations
 Inserting and Deleting fields in a Table.
 Exercise and Question Answers.
Learning Objectives  To develop skills to make effective use of Database software- Open Office-Base 4.1.1
Expected Learning  Learner would be able to acquire skills of making effective use of Database Software - Open Office Base 4.1.1.
Outcome
Assessment Activity:
Creating a table for 10 students of your class and enter marks for 5 subjects. Set Primary Key for your table.
MONTH: AUGUST
Content/ Topic
Chapter 4: Forms, Queries and  Creating a Form.
Reports  Creating a simple Query
 Adding table fields and criteria to a Query
 Saving and executing a Query
 Creating, Generating and Customizing Report
 Saving and Executing a Report
 Exercise and Question Answers.
Learning Objectives  To develop skills to make effective use of Database software- Open Office-Base 4.1.1 in creating forms, query
and report.
Expected Learning Outcome  Learner would be able to make pertinent use of Database Software – Open Office Base 4.1.1 for creating
forms, query and report.
Assessment Activity:
 Create a table with following fields, data types and field properties :
Field Name Data types Field Properties / Constraints
ID Integer Should not allow duplicate values
Name Text  Maximum length of characters allowed should be
not more than 25 characters
 Should not allow keeping the field blank.
Age Number Should not allow age more than 18
Address Text If user is not entering a value than by default it should
enter a given value in the field.
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 After creating table enter at least 10 records.
 Design a form and change its look by adding background colour, logo, label colour etc.
 Design a query on the above table to access the records of all the students with age less than 12 years.
 Design a report to showcase the data entered.
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**SEPTEMBER (1 week) : Computer Theory Exam

MONTH: OCTOBER
Content/ Topic
Chapter 5: Working in GIMP  What is GIMP?
 Features of GIMP
 Components of GIMP Window
 File Operations
 About Different Tools in the Tool Box
 Copying and Moving the Selection
 Transforming and Cropping the Image
 Inverting a Selection
 Exercise and Question-Answers
Learning Objectives  To develop skills to make effective use of Image Editing Software- GIMP.
Expected Learning Outcome  Learner would be able to attain skills to work more effectively and efficiently on Image Editing Software-GIMP.
Assessment Activity:
Using the various tools demonstrated in the class, choose different pictures from the given folder and change
effects in these pictures without affecting the original pictures.

MONTH: NOVEMBER
Content/ Topic
Chapter 6: More on GIMP  Painting with GIMP; Bucket Fill Tool, Fill with Patterns and Gradients, Blend Tool, Text Tool
 Concept of Layers:
 Making New Layers
 Making Layers Visible/Invisible
 Connecting Layers
 Various Ways to Paste the Selection
 Undo Your Actions
 Fine Tuning an Image and Use Auto Level option
 Repairing Images: Use of Healing Tool, Dodge Tool, Burn Tool
 Applying Filters
 Exercise and Question-Answers.
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Learning Objectives  To acquire knowledge about how to use GIMP Tool Palette.
Expected Learning Outcome  Learner would be able to make effective use of GIMP Tool Palette for editing images.
Assessment Activity:
Choosing different pictures from the given folder, create an attractive collage on the given topic using different
options of GIMP.

MONTH: DECEMBER
Topic Content
Chapter 1: - Concept of Networking
About Networking - Advantages of a Network
- Types of Networks – LAN, WAN, MAN and CAN
- Network Architecture – Peer-to-Peer & Client/Server
- Wireless LAN
Learning Objectives Enable students to understand the Network, Types of Network and Network Architecture.
Expected Learning Outcome Able to identify the different types of Networks
Assessment/Activity - Design the Client-Server Model and also define the terms i.e. Server and Client (Tool: OO Writer)
Teaching Aids/Resources - Demonstration of the topic through Presentation/ Internet.

MONTH: JANUARY
Topic Content
Chapter 2: Wireless Technologies
Wireless and Cloud - Infrared Communication, Bluetooth Technology and its uses
Technologies - WiFi, WiMax Technology and the difference
- Global Positioning System (GPS) and its uses
- 3G/4G Mobile Broadband Technology
- Cloud Computing and its advantages
Learning Objectives Develop the understanding of the concepts of Wireless and Cloud Computing Technologies.
Expected Learning Outcome Able to identify and use the Wireless technologies in the real life.
Assessment/Activity - Choose any two wireless Technologies from the Chapter: - “Wireless and Cloud Technologies”, gathers more
information about it from internet and prepare a beautiful Presentation. (Tool: OO Impress)
Teaching Aids/Resources - Demonstration of the topic through Presentation/ Internet.
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SPORTS

Objective: To acquire the knowledge & advance skills to play specific game & sports.
Child has to do different games & sports from given categories in a session. The selection of sports for any class will be done by sports faculty of
respective school.
Suggestive Sports and Games are as follows:
 Athletics
 Volleyball
 Soccer
 Basketball
 Cricket
 Yoga

As per the availability of the staff schools can go for Club periods during the games period.
ATHLETICS VOLLEYBALL BASKETBALL
 Various commands/drill  Various commands/drill  Various commands/drill
 Rules & regulations  Rules & regulations  Rules & regulations
 Safety rules  Safety rules  Safety rules
 Warm up/Conditioning exercises  Warm up/Conditioning exercises  Warm up/Conditioning exercises
 Plyometric exercises  Basic positions  Dribbling
1. Sprints/races  Movement on court  Passing
 Types of start  Types of passes  Receiving
 Sprinting technique  Types of service  Lay-up shot
 Finish the race, Relay technique  Spiking  Shooting
2. Jumps (Long jump/Triple jump/High  Blocking  Rebound
Jump)  Set up  Screening
 Approach run  Dive  Game tactics
 Take off, Flight, Landing  Game tactics  Major tournaments
3. Throws (Shot put/Discuss)  Major tournaments  Brief history
 Position, Technique  Brief history  Regular game
 Throwing/putting  Regular game  Lead up games/recreational games
 Major meet  Lead up games/recreational games
 Brief history
 Lead up games/Recreational game
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FOOTBALL CRICKET YOGA
 Various commands/drill  Various commands/drill  Various commands/drill
 Rules & regulations  Rules & regulations  Rules & regulations
 Safety rules  Safety rules  Safety rules
 Warm up/Conditioning exercises  Warm up/Conditioning exercises  Warm up/Conditioning exercises
 Kicking  Batting technique  Diet
 Dribbling  Bowling technique  Asanas
 Passing  Fielding technique  Sitting posture (any 5 asanas)
 Trapping  Wicket keeping  Standing posture (any 5 asanas)
 Shooting  Game tactics  Advance asanas
 Tackling  Major tournaments  Pranayam (any 3)
 Heading  Brief history  Meditation
 Formations  Regular game  Lead up games/recreational games
 Game tactics  Lead up games/recreational games
 Major tournaments
 Brief history
 Regular game
 Lead up games/recreational games

Physical Education consists of fitness, games, and sports activities. Physical Education, as an integral part of the general education process, aims to
make a meaningful contribution towards improving the quality of life of students, enabling them to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to function
effectively in society. Physical Education promotes the following aims:
 develop and improve the learners’ motor skills through participation in a variety of movement forms (movement development);
 help maintain and develop physical fitness and efficiency (physical development);
 develop an understanding of good health through an interest in and respect for their own bodies (health development);
 provide experiences of the joy of movement and develop a positive attitude towards Physical Education;
 enhance emotional stability including a positive self-image, self-control, independence, confidence, own decision making and creative
ability, based on a well-grounded system of values (affective/emotional development);
 Develop healthy inter-personal relationships (social development.
The perspective of Physical Education is to educate the learner holistically: physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially. The main focus of
Physical Education, therefore, must be to educate the whole person.

MONTH TOPIC Learning Objective Learning Outcome Assessment/ Teaching


Activity Aids/Resources
APRIL  Commands and The students will be able to: The students will:  Basketball  Marking cones,
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instructions  understand given  Start with the correct match stop-watch, a pair
 Warm-up exercises instructions starting technique using  AAPHER Test of Clapper,
BASKETBALL  develop the starting and the commands: "on your Grading limestone powder
 Terminology finishing technique in marks”, “set", "go". Whistle, basketballs
 Ball sprints  perform sprinting
Control/Familiarization  Learn skill and techniques technique with
 Dribbling used in the game of emphasize on different
 Passing basketball. phases of the sprint:
 Receiving correct style sprint,
 Lay-Up Shot correct foot placing, high
ATHLETICS knee action, correct trunk
 Terminology and head position, sprint
 Track And Field Events through finishing line.
Categorization  Will learn various skills
 Type of starts needed for playing
 Rules and regulations basketball correctly.
Cool-Down Exercises
MAY  Commands and The students will be able to: The students will be able to:  Volleyball  Marking cones, a
instructions  learn basic terminologies  apply the knowledge of Match pair of Clapper,
 Warm-up exercises related to volley ball rules of volleyball  Summer Camp limestone powder
VOLLEYBALL  learn about history of  Demonstrate skills Self-assessment Whistle, volleyball and
 Terminology yoga associated with Yoga mats
 Basic positions correct postures for healthy volleyball, including
 Movement on court lifestyle passing, setting,
 Types of service serving, attacking
 Types of passes (spiking), and blocking.
Cool-Down Exercises good posture of students
YOGA
 History
 Diet
 Correct standing,
sitting and lying
posture
SUMMER CAMP

MONTH TOPIC Learning Objective Learning Outcome Assessment/ Teaching


Activity Aids/Resources
JULY  Commands and The students will be able to: The students will:  Jumps  Marking cones,
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instructions  develop skills used in  demonstrate basic skills  Observation stop-watch, a pair
 Warm-up exercises football associated with football  Self-assessment of Clapper,
FOOTBALL understand the event and  use appropriate passing Grading limestone powder
 Terminology improve his technique skills Whistle, volleyball,
 Ball Demonstrate basic skills basketball, football,
Control/Familiarization associated with athletics Cricket kit and Yoga
 Dribbling including strength and mats
 Passing flexibility, balance and
 Trapping coordination.
 Goal keeping
ATHLETICS (LONG JUMP)
 Terminology
 Approach run
 Take off
 Landing
 Holding Position
Cool-Down Exercises
AUGUST  Commands and The students will be able to: The students will:  Accuracy of  Marking cones,
instructions  Develop flexibility. Be more flexible and posture stop-watch, a pair
 Warm-up exercises Learn the 12 pose needed in physically aware about the  Observation of Clapper,
YOGA Suryanamashkar benefits of yoga.  Self-assessment limestone powder
 Suryanamashkar Grading Yoga mats
 Standing asanas(any
three)
 Cool-Down Exercises
Assessments
SEPTEMBER TERM I EXAM  Sports Quiz
 Grading
Peer Assessment
OCTOBER  Commands and The students will be able to: The students will:  Cricket Match  Marking cones,
instructions  Develop the throwing Improve fielding techniques  Observation stop-watch, a pair
 Warm-up exercises technique  Self-assessment of Clapper,
CRICKET  Introduction to basic Grading limestone powder
 Terminology skills of cricket.  Whistle, Shoes
 Batting techniques  participate in the shot- ,Discus, Cricket kit
Defense put and discus throw Yoga mats
Drive technique
 Bowling techniques  perform the different
Pace bowling shot put and discus
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Spin bowling throw techniques by
 Fielding putting balls, or other
round objects from a
ATHLETICS (THROWS) standing position with
 Shot-put variations, such as:
Holding the shot putting at a target,
Standing in throwing putting over a rope,
circle putting over distance
Throwing technique lines, grip and position of
 Discuss throw shot, stance in the circle,
Holding the disc landing, delivery.
Throwing technique  develop a greater sense
Cool-Down Exercises of body self-esteem and
 Commands and appreciation for the art
instructions of yoga
 Warm-up exercises
YOGA
 Pranayama (any 3)
 Meditation
Standing posture (any 3
asanas)
NOVEMBER  Commands and The students will be able to: The students will:  Football Match  Marking cones,
instructions  Build on existing  Understand basic rules, Grading stop-watch,
 Warm-up exercises knowledge of different terminology, safety limestone powder
FOOTBALL games. concerns and scoring Basketball and football
 Dribbling  introduction to scoring procedures.
 Passing and umpiring perform proper techniques
 Trapping  Improve basic skills by
 Kicking use of small game
 Game tactics situations.
BASKETBALL revise and strengthen the
 Dribbling skills learnt
 Passing
 Receiving
 Lay-Up Shot
 Game tactics
Cool-Down Exercises
DECEMBER  Commands and The students will be able to: The students will:  Accuracy of As per requirement
instructions  gain theoretical  cultivate positive values posture
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 Warm-up exercises knowledge of health- and attitudes  Observation
YOGA related aspects 
Demonstrate an Self-assessment
 Pranayama (any 3)  realize that good health is understanding of health
 Meditation a person's most valuable problems associated
 Lying asanas (any 3 asset and gain insight into with inadequate fitness
asanas) personal hygiene in levels.
HEALTH PROMOTION general, protection of  Understand what is
 Nutrition skin, foot hygiene, meant by good posture
 Balance diet diseases, and exercise while standing, sitting,
Healthy eating habits  realize the importance of walking, lifting, carrying,
good posture etc. Realize the
gain insight into good importance of good
nutrition and related aspects posture while standing,
sitting, or walking
 understand what is
meant by balanced diet
and how to control
one's weight
Demonstrate and
understanding of sound
nutritional practices as
related to health and
physical performance.
JANUARY WINTER BREAK The students will be able to: The students will:  Observation As per the
GAMES  enjoy participation in  play dodging games like  Self-assessment requirement of games
 Lead-up games games circle dodge-ball Grading
 Dodging games work on teamwork and  Demonstrate proper
 Races and relays communication skills etiquette and good
 Traditional games sportsmanship.
Recreational games Enjoy and have fun playing
ASSESMENTS with peers
FEBRUARY  Parameters Marking cones, stop-
ASSESMENTS Grading watch, a pair of
Clapper, limestone
powder and Whistle.

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

1. Skills (of any opted sports) [Any Two Test Item In Each Test Battery] {Max Marks =15}
 Athletics (Performance of event).
 Volleyball (AAPHER).
 Basketball (AAPHER).
 Football (McDonald Soccer Skill Test).
 Cricket :
(1) Bowling
(2) Batting
(3) Fielding
 Yoga:-
(1) Way of performing the Asanas
(2) Perfection of posture
(3) Retention of posture.
2. Physical Fitness {Max Marks =10 for each parameter} [ Twice in a session – Term I & II ]
 Speed (60Mt) ( Term –I)
 Flexibility (Sit & Reach) (Term I)
 Standing Broad Jump (Term-I)
 Strength (Basket Ball Throw) (Term-II)
 Agility (4X10Mt.) (Term –II)
 Endurance (600 Mt.) (Term –II)

3. Discipline {Max Marks 5}. [ Twice in a session – Term I & II ]


Note: Physical Fitnessnorms will be framed by each school after conducting the test for the first time for every class.

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ART & CRAFT
MONTH TOPIC/ LEARNING OBJECTIVE LEARNING TEACHING AIDS /RESOURCES ASSESSMENT/ACTIVITY
CONTENT OUTCOME
TERM I
April Still life To enable students The students will Poster colours, brushes, Oil Sketch, paints and understands the
to analyse the be able to arrange pastels, Pencils (2B, 4B, importance of colours.
object forms, the elements 6B). Experiments with different mediums.
shapes, colour, within a Visuals, Still life by Displays observation skills and co-relates
texture, material composition. prominent artist shown on with real life.
and it’s behaviours smart board. Takes an innovative and creative
with light. Book ref: Art Aesthetics. approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
May Nature study To enable the The students will Pencils (2B, 4B, 6B), black Sketch, paints and understands the
students to relate be able to relate ball pen, poster colours, importance of colours.
vividness of nature themselves with brushes, oil pastels. Experiments with different mediums.
and its elements nature and to Visuals, foliage or outdoor Displays observation skills and co-relates
through their express through study, monuments shown with real life.
expression of their creativity. on smart board. Takes an innovative and creative
creativity. Book ref: Art Aesthetics. approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
July Animal/birds To enable the The students will Pencils (2B, 4B, 6B), Sketch, paints and understands the
study students to study be able to include markers. importance of colours.
the animal anatomy. the contemporary Visuals animal anatomy or Experiments with different mediums.
skill of art with sketches shown on smart Displays observation skills and co-relates
animal anatomy board. with real life.
and sketches. Book ref: Art Aesthetics. Takes an innovative and creative
approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
August Human study To enable the The students will Pencils (2B, 4B, 6B). Sketch, paints and understands the
students to study be able to include Visual human anatomy or importance of colours.
the human the contemporary sketches shown on smart Experiments with different mediums.
anatomy. skill of art with board. Displays observation skills and co-relates
human anatomy Book ref: Art Aesthetics. with real life.
and sketches. Takes an innovative and creative
approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
September Poster design To enable the The students will Poster colours, oil pastels, Sketch, paints and understands the
students to visualize be able to make markers, brushes etc. importance of colours.
and to communicate poster using Visual poster shown on Experiments with different mediums.

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a message in a different smart board. Displays observation skills and co-relates
creative manner. techniques and Book ref: Art Aesthetics. with real life.
medium of Takes an innovative and creative
colours. approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
Term II
October Folk art To enable the The students will Handmade sheet, poster Sketch, paints and understands the
students to draw and be able to colours, brushes, marker importance of colours.
paint on utensils, decorate on the pen. Experiments with different mediums.
textiles, pottery and utensils, textiles Visuals Folk Art, miniature Displays observation skills and co-relates
various other items and various other paintings shown on smart with real life.
of daily use. items of daily use. board. Takes an innovative and creative
Book ref: Art Aesthetics. approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
November Compositions To enable the The students will Poster colours, brushes Sketch, paints and understands the
students to recollect be able to draw and drawing board. importance of colours.
earlier topics like and paint the Visual compositions Experiments with different mediums.
elements of Art, still topic related to Shown on smart board. Displays observation skills and co-relates
life etc. and illustrate real life according Book ref: Art Aesthetics. with real life.
theme. to their creativity. Takes an innovative and creative
Revision. Revision. approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
December Compositions To enable the The students will Poster colours, brushes Sketch, paints and understands the
students to recollect be able to draw and drawing board. importance of colours.
earlier topics like and paint the Visual compositions Experiments with different mediums.
elements of Art, still topic related to Shown on smart board. Displays observation skills and co-relates
life etc. and illustrate real life according Book ref: Art Aesthetics. with real life.
theme. to their creativity. Takes an innovative and creative
Revision. Revision. approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
January Craft work To enable the The students will Waste materials, pair of Sketch, paints and understands the
students to use be able to utilize scissors. importance of colours.
waste material in a the waste Visuals best out of waste Experiments with different mediums.
creative manner. materials in a models shown on smart Displays observation skills and co-relates
creative manner. board. with real life.
Takes an innovative and creative
approach. Shows Aesthetic sensibilities.
February Revision.

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MUSIC AND DANCE
DANCE
MONTH - Content/Topic Learning objectives Learning Outcomes Assessment/Activity Teaching Aid/ Resources

APRIL Types of Rasa Students should have students should Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
knowledge about know different rasa group activity related demonstrations
different aspects of to the lesson taught
dance theory/practical
MAY Usage of rasa in Students should have Ability to perform Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
semi classical dance knowledge about different rasa group activity related demonstrations
And classical dance different aspects of to the lesson taught
(Bharatnatyam) dance theory/practical

JULY Usage of rasa in Students should have Ability to use rasa in Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
details knowledge about performance group activity related demonstrations
different aspects of to the lesson taught
dance theory/practical
AUGUST Dance based on Students should have students should Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
anyone rasa knowledge about know the practical group activity related demonstrations
different aspects of application of rasa to the lesson taught
dance theory/practical
SEPETMER Term – 1
ASSESSMENT
OCTOBER Concept of Students should have to enhance Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
Abhinaya knowledge about knowledge of rasa group activity related demonstrations
different aspects of to the lesson taught
dance theory/practical
NOVEMBER Practical Students should have students to have Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
application of knowledge about thorough knowledge group activity related demonstrations
Abhinaya in dance different aspects of about Abhinaya to the lesson taught
dance theory/practical
DECEMBER Four aspect of Students should have Ability to gain Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
Abhinaya knowledge about practical application group activity related demonstrations
different aspects of of different aspects to the lesson taught

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dance theory/practical of Abhinaya in
dance

JANUARY Theme based dance Students should have Ability to enhance Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and personal
using all aspect of knowledge about the performance group activity related demonstrations
Abhinaya in dance different aspects of using all aspects of to the lesson taught
dance theory/practical Abhinaya in dance
FEBRURAY REVISION AND ASSESSMENT

VOCAL MUSIC
MONTH - Content/Topic Learning objectives Learning Assessment/Activity Teaching Aid/ Resources
Outcomes
APRIL Singing of To Understand Verbal & To understand Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
alankars/ten Written Music notation system group activity related to personal demonstrations
thaat/notation /Sing/Recite/Perform/the the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats
MAY Knowledge about To Understand Verbal & To understand Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
notation system Written Music notation system group activity related to personal demonstrations
and prayer/kehrwa /Sing/Recite/Perform/the the lesson taught
taal Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats
JULY Classical and light To Understand Verbal & To know about Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
music /swar Written Music Classical and light group activity related to personal demonstrations
samvaad /Sing/Recite/Perform/the music /swar the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/ samvaad
Handbeats
AUGUST Sargam on To Understand Verbal & Knowledge of Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
different scale Written Music scale group activity related to personal demonstrations
/chords/Taal /Sing/Recite/Perform/the /chords/Taal the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats
SEPETMBER REVISION To Understand Verbal & Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
GRADING Written Music group activity related to personal demonstrations
/Sing/Recite/Perform/the the lesson taught
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Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats
OCTOBER Composition with To Understand Verbal & To develop Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
Notation / Written Music theoretical sense group activity related to personal demonstrations
/Sing/Recite/Perform/the of music the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats
NOVEMBER How to sing/play To Understand Verbal & Student will be Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
and write Written Music able to play group activity related to personal demonstrations
compositions /Sing/Recite/Perform/the the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats
DECEMBER How to sing/play To Understand Verbal & Student will be Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
and write Written Music able to play group activity related to personal demonstrations
compositions /Sing/Recite/Perform/the the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats
JANUARY Taal with hand To Understand Verbal & understand the Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
beats/ revision Written Music relationship group activity related to personal demonstrations
/practice /Sing/Recite/Perform/the between music, the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/ culture and other
Handbeats disciplines
FEBRURAY REVISION To Understand Verbal & Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S and
GRADING Written Music group activity related to personal demonstrations
/Sing/Recite/Perform/the the lesson taught
Bandish /Taals/Raga/Songs/
Handbeats

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
MONTH - Content/Topic Learning objectives Learning Outcomes Assessment/Activity Teaching Aid/
Resources
APRIL Play alankars/ten To Understand Verbal To understand Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
thaat/notation & Written Music / notation system group activity related and personal
Playing instrument / to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform
the Bandish
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/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
MAY Knowledge about To Understand Verbal To understand Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
notation system and & Written Music / notation system group activity related and personal
prayer/kehrwa taal Playing instrument / to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform
the Bandish
/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
– JULY Classical and light To Understand Verbal To know about Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
music /swar samvaad & Written Music / Classical and light group activity related and personal
Playing instrument / music /swar samvaad to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform
the Bandish
/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
AUGUST Sargam on different To Understand Verbal Knowledge of scale Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
scale /chords/Taal & Written Music / /chords/Taal group activity related and personal
Playing instrument / to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform
the Bandish
/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
SEPTEMBER Term – 1
ASSESSMENT
OCTOBER Composition with To Understand Verbal To develop Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
Notation / & Written Music / theoretical sense of group activity related and personal
Playing instrument / music to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform
the Bandish
/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
NOVEMBER How to play and write To Understand Verbal Student will be able Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
compositions & Written Music / to play group activity related and personal
Playing instrument / to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform

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the Bandish
/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
DECEMBER One song with To Understand Verbal To develop Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
notation /composition & Written Music / theoretical and group activity related and personal
Playing instrument / rhythm sense of to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform music
the Bandish
/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
JANUARY Taal with hand beats/ To Understand Verbal understand the Assessment through Audio, Video C.D’S
revision /practice & Written Music / relationship between group activity related and personal
Playing instrument / music, culture and to the lesson taught demonstrations
Sing/Recite/Perform other disciplines
the Bandish
/Taals/Raga/
Handbeats
FEBRUARY REVISION ANDASSESSMENT

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ACADEMIC PLANNER (2018-19)

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EXAMINATION SCHEDULE (2018-19)

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ASSESSMENT POLICY (2018-19)

EXAMINATION AND PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASSES VI – IX (2018-19)

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