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2 English

6 Mathematics

10 Science

15 Social Studies

19 Computer Applications

22 French

25 Hindi

28 Tamil

33 Art





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ENGLISH


APRIL

CONTENTS:
Lesson 1 - The Clever Fishes
Poem - Robin
Language - Nouns, Articles, (Singular – Plural)
Related Grammar exercises to be completed in the Workbook

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Students learn about the two major literary forms – narrative and poetry.
 Appreciate qualities like cleverness and mental alertness
 Students are able to identify and articulate the images and thematic concerns of the
poem.
 The Lessons will be read in detail. The questions given at the back of the lessons
may not be taken up necessarily.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Picture Composition
 Illustrate your favourite scene from the lesson.
 Comprehension 1


MAY - JUNE

CONTENTS:
Lesson 3 - Ravi goes camping- I
Lesson 4 - Ravi goes camping- II
Poem - Brother bent-nose
Language - Pronouns, Preposition
Related Grammar exercises to be completed in the Workbook

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Learn to use a dictionary
 Arrange words in alphabetical order

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Draw pictures of things you need for camping.
 Write a small poem about your brother/ sister.
 Activity to improve listening skills – Pg 32


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JULY

CONTENTS:
Lesson 2 - The wooden bowl
Lesson 5 - The three tortoises
Poem - The little elf man
Language - Verbs, Conjunction
Related Grammar exercises to be completed in the Workbook

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Use grammatically correct language.
 Enhance vocabulary.
 Improve their comprehension and writing skills.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Role Play
 Study the photograph and write few sentences about it.
 Comprehension 2

AUGUST

CONTENTS:
Lesson 6 - Uncle Prasad and the flying machine -I
Lesson 7 - Uncle Prasad and the flying machine -II
Poem - The White Window
Language - Adverbs, Adjectives
Related Grammar exercises to be completed in the Workbook

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Enhance their language skills
 Enrich their language through the usage of proverbs and comparisons
 Appreciate the use of color in poetry not just for its imagery but for its effect on
mood.
 Students are able to appreciate and enjoy literature and the liberating range of
readings and possible interpretations it offers.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Creative Writing – What I would like to create and why?
 Writing a limerick.
 Crosswords.

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER

CONTENTS:
Lesson 8 - The Old Man and the Tiger


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Poem - The Truth
Language - Adverbs, Collective Nouns
Related Grammar exercises to be completed in the Workbook

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Improve written and spoken skills
 Students are able to read aloud a wide variety of texts and adjust volume, tone and
pace of speech to create effect and enhance communication.
 Students develop the ability to comprehend the central idea of the chapter read in
class and are able to revise answers for clarity of meaning and appropriate detail.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Activity to improve the listening skill – Pg 74
 Composition – Have you ever been hurt by words?
 Comprehension 3

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

CONTENTS:
Reader - The Jungle book

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Identify and analyze plot, elements of plot – exposition, rising action, climax and
denouement.
 Students are able to appreciate and enjoy literature and the liberating range of
readings and possible interpretations it offers.
 Understand a character sketch.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Role Play
 Project Work- Draw / Stick pictures of the characters from The Jungle Book in a
scrap book. Write few sentences about them. Write some speech bubbles for them.
 Watch the movie ‘The Jungle Book’.

JANUARY

CONTENTS:
Lesson 12 - The Nawab of Salimabad-I
Lesson 13 - The Nawab of Salimabad-II
Language - Subject - Predicate
Related Grammar exercises to be completed in the Workbook

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Differentiate between different styles of writing…..plays, stories, poems
 Develop an interest in reading literary works
 Understand a character sketch

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ACTI VI TI ES:
 Role Play
 Write a character sketch.
 Writing dialogues.

FEBRUARY

CONTENTS:
Lesson 11 - The Rabbit’s Egg
Poem - Tamarind
Language - Tenses (Simple Past, Simple Present, Simple Future)
Related Grammar exercises to be completed in the Workbook

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Develop an interest in reading literary works
 Understand a character sketch
 Students develop a whole range reading abilities including the ability to recognize
words in context, the ability to decode sentences of some complexity, familiarity
with a wide vocabulary, and develop a breadth of interest.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Composition – Do you have a favourite place you like to visit? Why is this place
special? What do you like to do there? Write about it.
 Letter Writing.
 Comprehension 4

MARCH

CONTENTS:
Poem - Nirupam Uncle
Language - Revision of Grammar Exercises taught throughout the year

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Students are able to expand their critical and appreciative skills.
 Reading of extracts from the newspaper will be encouraged.
 Comprehension passages are selected to train pupils’ ability to deduce meaning of
vocabulary in context, to comment or to explain the writer’s use of certain phrases
or statements. Pupils are also tested on the understanding of what they have read.
Most questions asked will require pupils to identify topic ideas to grasp the writer’s
general intentions, writer’s use of literary devices and style of writing.
 Grammar exercises are designed with focus on learning the applications of simple
grammar rules. Worksheets are prepared as exercises for pupils to practice on.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 Letter Writing
 Comprehension 5


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MATHEMATICS


APRIL

CHAPTERS:
1. Numbers.

CONTENTS:
1. Number facts.
2. Representation of four digit numbers by figures and on the abacus.
3. Counting in thousands and writing four digit numbers in both numerals and
number names.
4. To compare the numbers and write in ascending and descending order.
5. Concept of place value and face value.
6. To write a number in expanded form and short form.
7. Concept of odd and even numbers, predecessor and successor.
8. Roman numbers.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To familiarize children with four digit numbers.
2. To interpret four digit numbers in terms of thousands, hundreds, tens and ones.
3. To read and write numbers and corresponding number words.
4. To enable children to compare numbers in terms of their values and arrange them
in ascending or descending order.

MAY - JUNE

CHAPTERS:
1. Addition
2. Subtraction

CONTENTS:
1. Addition of four digit numbers with and without carry over.
2 Properties of addition.
3. Few word problems on addition.
4. Subtraction of four digit number with and without borrowing.
5. Properties of subtraction.
6. Few word problems on subtraction.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To learn addition with and without carry over.
2. To solve word problems based on addition.
3. To learn subtraction with and without borrowing.
4. To solve word problems based on subtraction.

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JULY

CHAPTERS:
1. Multiplication.

CONTENTS:
1. Multiplication tables upto 15.
2. Properties of multiplication.
3. Multiplication by 100, 200 .......900.
4. Multiplication with and without carrying.
5. 2 digit multiplication.
6. Few word problems on multiplication.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To build up the multiplication tables and commit the related multiplication fact to
memory.
2. To multiply 2-digit numbers.
3. To solve few word problems based on multiplication.

AUGUST - SEPTEMBER

CHAPTERS:
1. Division

CONTENTS:
1. Division of 2 digit numbers by regrouping and repeated subtraction.
2. Relation between division and multiplication.
3. Properties of division.
4. Long division of 2 digit numbers.
5. Division of 3 digit numbers by regrouping.
6. Long division of 3 digit numbers.
7. Division with remainder.
8. Division by 10.
9. Few word problems on division.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To recall multiplication facts and division facts related to the multiplication tables.
2. To solve word problems based on division.

OCTOBER

CHAPTERS:
1. Length.
2. Weight.
3. Geometry-Shapes, points and line segments


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CONTENTS:
1. Standard and non-standard units of length.
2. Conversion.
3. Few addition and subtraction sums of length (without conversion).
4. Few word problems based on length.
5. Finding heavier objects.
6. Few addition and subtraction sums of weight (without conversion).
7. Few word problems based on weight.
8. Geometrical shapes and figures.
9. Concept of lines, line segments and rays.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To measure length in metres, centimetres.
2. To convert a measurement of metres and centimetres into centimetres and vice
versa.
3. To add / subtract lengths in compound units.( i.e. m and cm , km and m)
4. To solve word problems based on length.
5. To measure weight in kilograms and grams.
6. To convert a measurement of kilograms and grams into grams and vice versa.
7. To add / subtract weights in compound units.( i.e. kg and gm)
8. To solve word problems based on weight.
9. Definition of point, line, line segment and ray.
10. Measuring and drawing a line segment of given length.
11. Identification of geometrical figures from the real-world examples.

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

CHAPTERS:
1. Capacity
2. Time

CONTENTS:
1. Conversion
2. Few addition and subtraction sums (without conversion).
3. Few word problems on capacity.
4. The calendar.
5. Conversion of time.
6. Units of time.
7. Reading clock (Telling the time by long and short method )
8. Timing the clock.
9. A.M and P.M

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To measure capacity in litres and millilitres.
2. To convert a measurement of capacity in litres and millilitres into millilitres and
vice versa.
3. To add / subtract capacity in compound units.( l and ml )
4. To solve word problems based on capacity

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5. To relate time to events of a day.
6. To find the duration of a time interval.
7. To use A.M and P.M in telling time.

JANUARY

CHAPTERS:
1. Fractions

CONTENTS:
1. Concept of fractions
2. Introducing terms numerators and denominators
3. Writing fractions in words.
4. Diagramatic representation of a fraction.
5. Fraction wall.
6. Comparison of fractions.
7. Writing the fractions in ascending and descending order.
8. Fractions of collection.
9. Addition and subtraction of fractions.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Fraction facts.
2. To represent a fraction by diagram.
3. To compare fractions.
4. To arrange fractions in ascending and descending order.
5. To add and subtract fractions.

FEBRUARY - MARCH

CHAPTERS:
1. Money

CONTENTS:
1. Coins and notes of various denominations
2. Conversion of rupees and paise.
3. Addition , subtraction and multiplication of money.
4. Few word problems on money.
5. Going shopping.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To read and write the decimal notation of money.
2. To convert rupees into paise and vice versa.
3. To count and tell the amount of money.
4. To teach students addition and subtraction of money.
5. To solve word problems on money.




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SCIENCE

APRIL

CONTENTS:
TOPIC: LIVING THINGS

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 List the various examples of living things.
 Observe the various non-living things.
 Compare a non-living thing with a living thing
 List the characteristic features of living things
 Understand that all living things depend on non-living things.
 Compare the features of plants with animals.
 Realize that all animals depend on plants directly or indirectly.
 Understand the meaning of ‘food chain’

ACTI VI TY:
 Observe the various living and non-living things in the campus and makes a list of
them.
 Pasting pictures of living and non-living things in the notebook.
 Worksheet : 1

MAY - JULY

CONTENTS:
Topic: Animal Life

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Learn about animals and their food
 Identify and describe the different ways of eating .
 Observe and explain the feeding habits of different animals
 Relate how different animals have different teeth.
 Relate how the different teeth suit the type of food the animals eat.
 Understand how some animals swallow their food.
 Understand how the sucking tubes of insects serve as a straw.
 Learn about different domestic animals
 Understand about the shelter and food of domestic animals
 Understand the need of cleanliness for animals
 Learn about the chief characteristics of birds
 Understand the mechanism of flight in birds
 Identify the water-birds and their characteristics
 Learn that all birds do not fly in the same way.

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 Relate the types of beaks to the type of food eater and the place where they live.
 Observe that the feet and claws of the birds are suited to their habits and ways of
life
 Understand why the bird builds nests.
 List the various things the birds use to build nests.
 Learn how different bird builds different kind of nests
 Understand how the parent birds look after their young ones.

ACTI VI TY:
 Sticking pictures of animals in the notebook.
 Collect pictures of birds with different kinds of beaks and paste them in the
notebook.
 Collect feathers of any two birds of your choice and paste them in the notebook.
 Worksheet: 2

AUGUST

CONTENTS:
Topic: Plant Life

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Demonstrate that when a plant grows, the root grows downwards while the shoot
grows upwards.
 Understand the function of root and stem.
 Show that leaves, root and stem have many narrow tubes inside them.
 Learn that leaf has green material, many tubes, and tiny holes.
 Describe the structure of leaf.
 Understand the function of leaf.
 Understand flower turns into the fruit and has seeds in it.
 Demonstrate that a seed has a tiny plant inside it.
 Understand the importance of manure for the growth of plants.
 Learn about the direct and indirect method of sowing seeds.

ACTI VI TY:
 Observing the various parts of a plant.
 Draw and Label the Parts of a mustard plant.
 Collection of various types of leaf and pasting.
 Observing through an experiment that water travels up through the stem.
 Collect five different flowers from your garden. Press them and paste them in your
notebook.
 Worksheet : 3

SEPTEMBER

CONTENTS:
Topic: Measurements


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LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 List the various units of length, distance, weight, time, volume, temperature and
rainfall width as millimetres, centimetres and kilometres and time as minutes and
seconds
 Understand that 10 mm = 1 cm, 100cm = 1m and 1000m = 1 km
 Realize the importance of selecting suitable units for measuring different distances
 Show that
a. weight is measured in grams and kilograms using a balance
b. liquids are measured in millilitres and litres
 Understand that 1000 grams = 1 kilogram, 1000 millilitres = 1 litre
 Define the meaning of the word ‘capacity’
 Understand that scientist use the thermometer to measure the temperature of a
body in degree Celsius or Centigrade
 Recall that normal temperature of the human body is 37° C
 Understand that 60seconds = 1 minute, 60 minutes = 1 hour and 24 hours = 1 day
 Learn about rain gauge

ACTI VI TY:
 Group work to measure the height of the students, measuring distances and weight
in the class
 Observe the body temperature using a thermometer
 Ensure the time taken for activities like walking, running a short distance using a
stop clock
 Draw / Stick Pictures of the following in the notebook – A Thermometer, A
Balance.
 Worksheet: 4

OCTOBER

CONTENTS:
Topic: Air, Water & Weather

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Identify and names the three states of water – solid, liquid and gases
 Realize and Demonstrate that water can exists in all the three states.
 Identify that water changes to water vapour.
 Demonstrate that heat is needed to change liquid into gas
 Demonstrate that water vapour when cooled turns into water
 Define evaporation and condensation.
 Distinguish between air and wind.
 Observe that weather changes during the day as well as from day to day.
 Learn about the weather and its influences our lives in many ways

ACTI VI TY:
 Experiments to demonstrate evaporation and condensation

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 Place a piece of ice on the mouth of a bottle which is half filled with hot water.
Watch carefully for some time and write down what you see in the notebook.
 Observing the weather report from the TV for a week.
 Recording weather report on a weather chart.
 Draw / Paste Pictures of the following in the notebook :- Summer Season, Winter
Season, Rainy Season.
 To understand the various symbols used in weather report
 Worksheet: 5

NOVEMBER

CONTENTS:
Topic: The earth and the moon

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Recall that the shape of Earth is round.
 Describe the rotation of the Earth and Learn that it takes 24 hrs to complete one
rotation.
 Describe how day and night are formed.
 Describe revolution of the Earth and Learn that it takes 365 days to complete one
revolution
 Understand that earth is surrounded by a layer of air called atmosphere
 Learn about the four directions
 Define a satellite.
 State that the sun and its planets along with the satellites form the solar system
 Describe the moon and man’s first landing on it.
 Learn why the moon seems to change its shape.
 Differentiate between the earth and the moon

ACTI VI TY:
 Observe through an experiment the formation of day and night.
 Observe the night sky
 Learn with a globe rotation, revolution and Sun rises in the East and sets in the
West.
 Draw / Stick Pictures of the following in the notebook:- New Moon, Waxing
Crescent, Full Moon.
 Worksheet: 6

JANUARY

CONTENTS:
Topic: The food we eat

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Understand about the sources of food


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 Learn about the plants that give food in different forms
 Recall about the animals that give food
 Know the relationship between food and us
 Recall that food gives us energy
 Learn that food helps in building our body
 Understand about the food that protects our body
 Learn that water is important for our body
 Know that food and water should not be wasted
 Recall the steps that should be taken for safety and storage of food
 List the rules for healthy eating

ACTI VI TY:
 Prepare a chart of balanced diet
 Find out the names of different types of vitamins and minerals
 Draw / Stick Pictures of the following in the notebook :- Foods that give us energy,
Foods that build our body, Foods that protect our body.
 Worksheet: 7

FEBRUARY

CONTENTS:
Topic: Rocks, soils and minerals

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Realize that a long time ago the surface of the earth was covered with only rocks.
 Realize that there are minerals trapped in the rock.
 Describe some ways in which rocks are broken down to form soil.
 Identify changes in the weather, fast flowing water, and wind as causes for the
break down of rocks.
 Learn that soil is made from small pieces of rocks and remains of dead plants and
animals.
 Observe and describe the different kinds of soil and what they are made of
 Differentiate between the different types of soil.
 Understand that soil is very important for all living things.
 Identify the uses of soil.

ACTI VI TY:
 Experiment whether water passes through the sandy and clayey soil with a funnel,
filter paper and a beaker.
 Collect the different types of soil
 Draw and Label the soil layers in the notebook.
 Worksheet: 8




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MARCH

CONTENTS:
Topic: Safety and first aid

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
 Say what is an accident and give reasons as to what leads to an accident.
 List the safety rules of home, classroom, staircase, playground and road
 Describe some accidents and how to avoid them.
 Appreciate that accidents can be prevented by being careful.
 List some situations, the prevention of which can help them to live safely.
 Understand the meaning of the word ‘First Aid’

ACTI VI TY:
 Making a First Aid Box
 Observing safety signs on the road
 Draw traffic lights in the notebook, showing what the different colours mean.
 Draw other safety signs you see on the road in the notebook and say what they
mean.
 Worksheet: 9


SOCIAL STUDIES


APRIL

CHAPTERS:
1. The Universe

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Learn about the Solar System and the Planets
2. Understand what are the Satellites

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. The students may stick pictures of the planets in their notebooks.


MAY - JUNE

CHAPTERS:
2. The Movement of the Earth.
3. The Physical Features of Earth


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LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Understand how Magellan discovered that the Earth is round
2. Understand what is Rotation and Revolution
3. Know about the various Landforms Water bodies
4. Understand what are Mountains and Hills,Valleys,Plains,Plateaus and Peninsula.

ACTI VI TI ES:
 The Teacher will show the continents and oceans on the globe while explaining the
chapter


JULY

CHAPTERS:
4. India – Political Features
5. Food and Clothes

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Know the names of the States and the Union Territories of India
2. Know the names of all neighbours of India
3. Know the food grains produced in different parts of India
4. Know the different types of clothes worn by people in India

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. Each child will write five lines about the state he/she belongs to and stick any
picture related to the state.
2. Children will wear traditional dresses of their states.
3. Children will know the names of various spices used in Indian households.

AUGUST

CHAPTERS:
5. Culture and Tradition
6. Transport and Communication

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Identify the various kinds of festivals
2. Recognize the need for celebrating National festivals
3. Understand when and why the National festivals are celebrated
4. Understand what is Transport
5. Understand the different modes of transport and its uses
6. Identify the different means of transport used on land, water and air
7. Know the various means of communication used in ancient and present times

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ACTI VI TI ES:
1. The students will tell how they celebrate various festivals.
2. The students will paste or draw the pictures of the various festivals
3. Students will stick pictures of various means of transport in their notebooks

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER

CHAPTERS:
9. Our National Symbols
10. Four Metros : Delhi

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Identify our National Symbols
2. Understand the significance of our National Flag
3. Know the historical importance of Delhi

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. The students will be asked to draw and colour the National Flag in their notebooks
2. The students will stick pictures of the National symbols
3. The students will stick a picture of any historical monument in Delhi


NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

CHAPTERS:
11. Four Metros: Mumbai
12. Four Metros: Kolkata

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Know the culture and tradition of Mumbai
2. Know the culture and tradition of Kolkata

ACTI VI TI ES:
 The students will stick pictures of any one one historical momument or place of
interest in Mumbai and Kolkata


JANUARY

CHAPTERS:
13. Four Metros: Chennai
14. Directions and Maps



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LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Know the culture and tradition of Chennai
2. Identify the four main directions and four sub-directions
3. Understand what is a map and its importance

ACTI VI TI ES:
 The students will be asked to draw a diagram showing the main and sub-directions


FEBRUARY

CHAPTERS:
15. The Early Humans
16. The First Farmers

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
Pupils are able to:
1. Understand who were Homo sapiens
2. Know where the early men lived and what they ate
3. Assess how the discovery of fire changed the lives of the people
4. Examine how the practice of farming came into being
5. Examine why man started domesticating some animals
6. Observe how the early man invented the wheel and how it helped them

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. The students will be asked to collect pictures and information on the early man
2. Worksheet will be done in the class.


MARCH

REVISION

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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS


APRIL - MAY

CHAPTER/TOPI C:
 The Computer System
 Inside the CPU
 The correct Way of Using a Computer

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES: The pupils would be able to
 Identify the three main parts of a Computer
 To learn about data and information, its processing and output
 To Learn the components of the CPU
 To learn about ALU, CU, MMU
 To identify memory or storage devices of the Computer
 To learn the correct way of working on the computer
 To learn to share resources in a Computer lab
 To learn to take care of storage devices

ASSI GNMENT/ACTI VI TY:
 Exercises on page 5 -6
 Exercises on page 15 - 16
 Exercises on page 10 – 11
 Worksheet on the topics covered

PROJ ECT WORK (due: May)

 Project based on the topics covered

JUNE - SEPTEMBER

CHAPTER/TOPI C:
 Welcome to Windows
 Ms Paint

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES: The pupils would be encouraged to
 To learn about Hardware and Software of a computer
 To understand different operating systems
 Learn about Windows and its environment - files, folders, menus and submenus
 Learn the terms and its functions examples booting, desktop
 Identify and learn the various items on desktop e.g. taskbar, icons, start menu clock
etc.
 Learn to change the display properties of a computer


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 Learn about Windows Calculator Program
 Learn to getting started with Ms-paint and its parts
 Identify the different categories of toolbox i.e. the drawing tools, various lines and
shape tools, color and selection tools etc.
 Learn the usage of different tools to make theme pictures with many shapes e.g.
scenery
 Learn to create star and complex figures using polygon tool also select color using
pick color tool and use of magnifier tool
 Learn to select, move, resize the drawings and also perform copy and paste options
 To learn about Image menu and its options of flip, rotate, stretch, skew, clear
image etc
 Learn to insert pictures from file (New)
 Learn to save a file, make a new file, open saved drawing and print the drawing

ASSI GNMENT / ACTIVI TY:
 Exercises on pages 30 – 31
 Activities on page 31
 Exercises on page 53
 Activities on page 54
 Worksheets on the topics covered
 Assignment to create drawings using image menu

PROJ ECT WORK (DUE: SEPTEMBER)
 Design a poster on the theme/topic


OCTOBER - NOVEMBER

CHAPTER:
 WordPad ( Revision)
 MS Word (New Edition!!)

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES: The pupils would be able to recall
 Learn to Get started with MS-Word and various parts of Ms-Word window
 To learn in detail about various options in standard tool bar, menu bar etc.
 To learn to open, save, create and edit documents using edit and file menu
 Learning to format text documents using formatting tool bar and format menu
 Learn to use spell and grammar check in a document
 Insert picture through clip art, adding page numbers, header and footer
 and date & time
 Understand the difference between documents in Ms-Word as compared to
Notepad/WordPad

ASSI GNMENT / ACTIVI TY:
 Revision exercises of WordPad on page 69 -71
 Write a poem of your choice in MS-Word. Format and edit to make it attractive
and colorful using the tools you have learnt.

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PROJ ECT WORK (due: November):
 Create a birthday invitation message with a picture from clipart and format it to
make it attractive(stick the print out in the notebook)
 Write about yourself in a small, one page long story. Insert your picture, arrange,
edit & format text with your favorite font, style, color, size, border, alignment,
bullets, numbering, color marker, line spacing etc. (stick the print out in the
notebook)


DECEMBER

 Holidays


JANUARY – MARCH

CHAPTER/TOPI C:
 LOGO

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES: The pupils would be able to
 Recognize various programming languages
 Introducing LOGO as a programming language
 Learn the terms i.e. instructions, commands, primitives and its usage in LOGO
 To get started with LOGO
 To learn the various parts of MSW LOGO window
 Learn the basic primitives or commands e.g. FD, BK, RT, LT, CS, ST, HT, HOME
and write these in the Input box
 Understand the number of steps to move and angle to turn with commands
 Learn how to use a command entered earlier
 Steps to exit LOGO

ASSI GNMENTS/ACTIVI TY:
 Exercises on pages 79- 82
 Assignment on creating different alphabets and shapes
 Worksheet on topics covered

PROJ ECT WORK (Due: February):
 Write the word ‘INDIA’ using LOGO


MARCH

 Revision




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FRENCH


APRIL – MAY – JUNE

CONTENTS:
1. Un coup d’œil sur la France
2. Voila le frère et la soeur de Manuel.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Learn some facts about France.
2. Learn the French alphabet and rules of pronunciation.
3. Learn various parts of the body.
4. Learn to describe people.
5. Learn to conjugate some commonly used “er” verbs.
6. Written and oral comprehension.
7. Learn about pronoms sujets.
8. Learn articles defines.

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. Poetry – Alouette.
2. Oral practice.
3. Related worksheets.


JULY

CONTENTS:
1. A la cafeteria.
2. Mon pays- La France.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. To be able to choose something from the cafeteria
2. Written and oral comprehension.
3. Learn to make plurals.
4. To be able to use articles indefinis.
5. Learn about feminine and plural of adjectives.
6. Learn about geography of France.
7. Learn about different countries and nationalities.
8. Written and oral comprehension.

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. Class presentations.

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AUGUST

CONTENTS:
1. Les parents de Manuel.
2. C’est Noel.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Learn about different professions.
2. To be able to give information about someone.
3. To be able to inquire about the identity of some one or something.
4. Learn more about negative sentences.
5. Learn the verbs with “ger”
6. Learn about seasons.
7. Learn about expressions with faire.
8. Learn to conjugate eter, eler, cer verbs.
9. Written and oral comprehension.

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. Dialogues between two students.
2. Related worksheets will be given.

SEPTEMBER

REVISION

OCTOBER

CONTENTS:
1. Allons a l’école.
2. Dans un grand magasin

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Learn to talk about your school and school subjects.
2. Introduction to prepositions.
3. “ir” and “re” and other irregular verbs.
4. Learn to ask and propose something.
5. Learn about clothes.

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. Worksheet on grammar.

NOVEMBER

CONTENTS:


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1. Les repas.
2. Ma maison.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Learn about different meals.
2. Learn to conjugate “tir” and other irregular verbs.
3. To be able to describe a place.
4. To be able to ask questions.
5. Written and oral comprehension.

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. Presentations.
2. Class games.


JANUARY

CONTENTS:
1. Une letter de Rouen.

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Learn about culture and civilization of France.
2. Learn to conjugate irregular verbs.
3. Written and oral comprehension.

ACTI VI TI ES:
1. Oral practice.
2. Class games.


FEBRUARY

CONTENTS:
1. Les chiffres
2. Les verbes.
3. Revision

LEARNI NG OBJ ECTIVES:
1. Learn the consolidated vocabulary.
2. Learn to conjugate various verbs.

ACTI VI TI ES
1. Oral presentations.


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TAMIL
Í¡ø£‹ õ°Š¹
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ãŠó™ ñ£î‹ :

à¬óï¬ì : ð£óî 
à¬óï¬ì : à¬öŠ«ð àò˜¾
ð£ì™ : âƒèœ îI›ï£´
ªêŒ»œ : ªõŸP «õŸ¬è

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ð£óî  :

* ð£óî ®¡ õ÷¬ñ,
* ñ‚èO¡ °íïô¡èœ,
* «îCòˆ î¬ôõ˜èO¡ ªð¼¬ñ¬ò ÜPî™.

à¬öŠ«ð àò˜¾ :

* ñQî¡ ªêŒ»‹ ºòŸCèœ.
* è™M âšõ£Á ðò¡ð´Aø¶ .
* ²ŸÁ¹øˆ ÉŒ¬ñ 致 õ¼‰¶î™.

ð£ì™ : âƒèœ îI›ï£´
: ªñ£NJ¡ ÞQ¬ñ¬ò ÜPî™
: ð£ìL¡ ªð£¼œ ÜPî™

ªêŒ»œ : ªõŸP «õŸ¬è
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ïŸð‡¹è¬÷ ªêŒ»O¡ õN ÜPî™

ðJŸCèœ :
ð£óî  : ð‚è‹ : 5,6,7
à¬öŠ«ð àò˜¾ :ð‚è‹ 10,11,12

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«ñ ñ£î‹ :

à¬óï¬ì : Þ¡ðŠðòí‹
à¬óï¬ì : 輋¹
ð£ì™ : î£ô£†´Šð£†´
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* ܃° àœ÷ ܼMè¬÷ ðŸP»‹ ÜPî™.
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ªêŒ»œ : ªõŸP «õŸ¬è
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膴¬ó : 膴¬ó ⿶‹ Fø¬ù «ñ‹ð´ˆ¶î™

ðJŸCèœ : ð‚è‹ : 19,20,27,29


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ê˜î£˜ õ™ô𣌠ð«ì™ :
* ê˜î£˜ õ£›‚¬è õóô£Á,
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ðJŸCèœ : ð‚è‹ : 55,56,63,64


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ART

CLASS I I I (1hr. a week)

APRIL Drawing landscapes based on lines and shapes
MAY Creative thinking, craft work
JUNE Holiday
JULY Geometrical shapes, Interpreting perspective works
AUGUST Free hand drawing , hoisting a flag
SEPTEMBER Concept of shading through paint
OCTOBER Concept of developing proportionate shapes
NOVEMBER Picture with an horizon
DECEMBER Holiday make a model out of recycling material
JANUARY Free hand drawing and painting - Pagoda
FEBRUARY Concept of light and shadow Creating values
MARCH Topic of choice

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