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CURRICULUM 2012-13 CLASS- X

Class X | Subject: Physics Month April Chapters Lesson – 12 : Electric Current Activity/Project Formative Assessment-1 (FA 1) • • Analyze at least 10 different metals. Find out their physical properties. Also find (a) Their melting point (b) Resistivity Categorize which of them can he used as connecting wire and which as heating element. Give reasons to support your answer. Group discussion on what can be the steps taken to reduce the dependence on non-renewable sources of energy.

May

Lesson – 14 : Sources of Energy

June

Holidays Homework • Make one model on any one of the topics from Electricity and Sources of Energy e.g. (a) Wind mill (b) Solar Panel (c) Bio-gas plant etc. (Note: The models must be made from simple things available at home. Models purchased from shops will not carry any marks. ) Lesson – 14 : Sources of Energy (contd.)

July

Lesson – 13 : • Plotting magnetic field around a bar magnet. Magnetic effect of electric current Formative Assessment-2 (FA 2) Unit Test – I Syllabus : L– 12 August L-13 (cont.) • Demonstration on properties of magnet. • Plotting/finding out field around a straight conductor and circular coil carrying current. September Revision Summative Assessment 1 (SA1) Half yearly examination Syllabus: L-: 12, 13, 14 October L-10: Light • • • • Demonstration Ray through a glass slab. Reflection in spherical mirrors Refraction in spherical lenses.

November November

L- 10: Light (contd.) Formative Assessment 3 FA – 3 is evaluated on the basis of activities and practical skills Formative Assessment 4 (FA – 4) Syllabus: L- 10

December

L- 11 – Human eye and colourful world

• Survey at least ten people wearing spectacles (in different age groups.)

January

Chapter 11 (Contd.)

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Find out their power of lens and type of lens. Chart-out age wise if the person is myopic or hypermetropic or Presbyopic Find out the precautions one can take to have healthy eyesight

February

Summative Assessment : II (SA-2) Annual Examination Syllabus : Chapter 10, 11

Subject: Chemistry Month April Chapters Lesson – 1 Chemical Reaction Activity/Project • Record observation of the following activity and write conclusion. : [ Demonstration by Teacher]

(a) A colourless liquid of Pb(NO3)2 is treated with a colourless liquid of KI. A yellow coloured precipitate is formed. • Extra questions of the chapter as Assignment. [HOMEWORK] Oral questions in the class, based on various activities. [CLASS WORK] Record observation of the following activities and write conclusion: [Demonstration by Teacher].

May

Lesson – 2 Acid, Base and Salts

(a) Zinc granules are treated with dilute H2SO4.The gas evolved is tested with burning splinter. (b) Zinc granules are treated with NaOH and gas evolved is tested with burning splinter. • Explain the method of preparation and use of natural indicators. [By Teacher].

(a) Name of few natural indicators used to distinguish between acid and alkali. (Oral Work in Class) (b) Name of few olifactory indicators and their use. (Oral Work in Class) (c) Name of different types of salts. (Oral Work)

June

HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK

(i) Prepare a natural indicator using coloured vegetables or flowers and test the house hold iems to distinguish them as acidic or alkaline. [ Handouts to be given with Holidays Homework]

July

Lesson – 2 (Continued)

Presentation of Holidays Homework as Class Based Activity. [Individual] Extra questions of the chapter as assignment. [Class work + Homework]

Formative Assessment-2 (FA 2) Unit Test – I Syllabus : L-1 August Lesson – 3 Metals, Nonmetals • • Differentiate between metals and nonmetals on the basis of physical properties. [ Oral – Class work] Project on metallurgy & Role play on physical and chemical properties of metals & non-metals Find out the different states of India where Iron and Aluminium extraction is done. Explain – Why the factories are in these states only why not Delhi? [ Activity based homework] {FA-3} Extra questions as assignment. [class work + homework]

Septemb er

Revision

Summative Assessment 1 (SA1) Half yearly examination Syllabus: L – 1,2, & 3 Along with Practical exam and MCQ from practicals.

October

Lesson – 4 Carbon and It’s Compounds

Prepare a project on electron dot structure of covalent compounds. Writing Isomerism and IUPAC names and formulae of important carbon compounds. [Class work]

Novembe r

Lesson – 4 (Contd.) • Extra questions as assignment [ Class work + Homework]

Decembe r

Lesson – 5 Periodic Table

• Role play to start periodic table. {FA-4} • Benefits and drawbacks of periodic table. [CLASSWORK] • Extra questions as assignment. {FA-4} [Class work + Homework]

January

Revision

• Oral Test – For Revision • Written Test – For Revision

February

MCQ Test – Practicals (Practice) (WRITTEN)

• One Word Test – Revision • March Written Test – Revision

Summative Assessment : II (SA-2) Annual Examination Syllabus : L - 4 & 5

Class X – Biology Syllabus
Month Chapters Activity/ Project/ Worksheet

April

Ch-6: Life Processes Nutrition

• Action of salivary amylase on starch. • Temporary mount of leaf peel to show stomata. • Experiment to show CO2is necessary for photosynthesis

May

Ch-6: Life Processes Respiration

• Experiment to show that exhaled air is rich in CO2. • To show the process of fermentation in fruit juices with the help of yeast.

June

o HOLIDAY HOMEWORK Formative Assessment I(FA-I) • Lifestyle diseases like hypertension, diabetes, obesity, etc. are increasing in the society at an alarming rate. • Survey Obese persons in your family & neighbourhood. Keep a record of their BMI (Body Mass Index) • Make a small project file showing your survey. Write causes of obesity and measure to prevent it. Ch-6: Life Processes Transportation & Excretion

July

• To show transpiration in plants.

Formative Assessment II(FA-II) Unit Test - I Syllabus: Chapter 6

August

Ch-7: Control & Co-ordination

• Taste sugar/ salt when you are healthy/ having cold. • Presentation of knee-jerk experiment. • Put little salt in your mouth. How does it taste? What is the role of brain in this?

September Ch-7: Control & Co-ordination (Cont’d)

• Experiment to show phototropism & geotropism. • Design an experiment to show hydrotropism.

Summative Assessment I(SA-I)Half Yearly Exam Syllabus: Chapter 6 & 7

October

Ch-8: How Do Organism Reproduce

• Grow bread mould on a piece of leftover chapatti or a slice of bread & observe it with a lens also undermicroscope. • Germinate a few black gram seeds& observe embryo inside it. • Symposium – Suggested topics: o Vegetative propagation in plants o Asexual versus sexual reproduction • Find out some interesting facts & figures about fossils from internet.

November

Ch-9: Heredity & Evolution

Formative Assessment III(FA-III)Worksheet

• Compare your physical features such as colour& texture of hair, colour of eyes, shape of nose, and type of earlobes with those of your mother, father & grandparents. Give reason for your observations.

• A pea plant with purple flower is crossed with pea plant having white flower. Write down the genotype & phenotype of the F1 & F2 generations on the sheet provided. Formative Assessment IV(FA-IV) Unit Test - 2 Chapter 8

December

Ch-15: Our Environment

• Bury some domestic & kitchen waste in soil and dig itafter 2-3 weeks. See what things can you get as suchandwhat can you not get? Learn about biodegradableandnon-biodegradable things.Why are there moreplants on earth?How can we manage garbage? • Debate(in class) on the topics: o Use of pesticides o Depletion of ozone layer o Management of garbage • Make a list of things which you can do to conserve environment. • Why are the products of daily needs biodegradable in Forests or villages whereas same things are of nonbiodegradablenature in cities such as baskets, jute bags, ropes and brooms etc. • Co-relating resources with sustainable development.

January

Ch-16: Management of NaturalResources

February

Revision for SA-II

Summative Assessment II (SA-II)Annual Exam Syllabus: Chapter 8,9,15 & 16

Class X | Subject: Mathematics Month April Lesson 2 – Polynomials Chapters Activity/Project Formative Assessment-1 (FA 1) • To find the number of zeroes for the given polynomials. • To use the graphical method to obtain the conditions of consistency. • To find the prime factors of given numbers

Lesson 3 – Linear Equation Lesson 1 – Real Numbers

June

Holidays Homework 1) Prepare a project report or power point presentation related to any topic from your syllabus. 2) Revise chapter 1, 2 and 3 for unit test. 3) Do 20questions each from chapter 1,2 & 3 in a separate notebook.

July

Lesson – Statistics Lesson – Similar Triangles

• Project Work • To verify the Basic Proportionality Theorem • To verify the Pythagoras Theorem Formative Assessment-2 (FA 2) Unit Test – I Syllabus : Lesson 1 , 2 & 3

August Septemb er

Lesson - Trigonometry Lesson – Distances Heights and

Summative Assessment 1 (SA1) Half yearly examination Syllabus: lesson - Polynomials, Linear Equations, Real numbers, Statistics, similar triangles& Trigonometry.

October

Lesson – Circles

• To find the area of a circle.

Lesson – Constructions

To verify the length of two tangents from same external point. To verify the sum of first ‘n’ natural numbers. To verify that the sum of first ‘n’ odd natural numbers is equal to n2.

Novembe Lesson r Equation

Quadratic

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Lesson – Progression Decembe r Lesson – Geometry

Arithmetic

• To verify that the given sequence is an A.P.

Coordinate

Lesson – Probability Formative Assessment-4 (FA 4) Unit Test – II Syllabus : Height and Distances, Circles, Constructions, Quadratic Equations & Arithmetic Progression

January

Lesson – Areas related to circles

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To construct a cone from a given sector To find the lateral surface area of the cone

• To compare the surface areas of two cylinders Lesson – Surface Areas & Volumes February • To compare the volumes of two cylinders.

Summative Assessment : II (SA-2) Annual Examination

Syllabus : Chapter – Quadratic Equation, Arithmetic Progressions, Circles, Constructions, Areas Related to Circles, Surface Areas & Volumes, Heights and Distances, Coordinate Geometry & Probability

Class X Subject: Social Science Month April Chapters History L 6– Work, Life, Leisure Activity/Project 1.Flow chart to show the sequence of events which lead to formation of towns life-london&mumbai 2. M.C.QS

Political science L-1:Power sharing

1.Preparation of class room bulletin board by groups on different aspect of power sharing

Economics L1:Development

1.Classroom discussion on an ideal colony model 2.Role play for conflicting goals 3.Picture reading&paragraph writing

May

Geography L-1:Resources

1.Role play by students as resources 2.Picture study from text 3.Map work on soil type recognising

FA1(Internal assessment on the basis of class room performance and activities etc.)

FA2(Unit test of syllabus covered before summer

vacation H-6,P-1,E1,G-1)

July

History L-8: Novels,society&history

1.To tabulate work of women,ancient writers&indian novel writers

english

2.De-centering approach (looking at other 's point of view)

Geography L-2: Forest and wildlife

1.Making of group (class) album of important about forest&wildlife 2.Poster competition in class animals&deminishing forest cover 3.Map work-reserve&permanent PROJECT WORK-"IF THERE WERE NO ANIMALS" on

facts

extinct

1.Picture interpretation from text book Political science 2:Federalism L2.Group discussion on division of power on three lists 3.Scroll making competition

1.Graph analysis Economics L-2: Sectors in indian economics 2.Group discussion opportunities on creating employment

August

Geography resources

L-3:Water

1.Debate on topics as follows-"Dams are the best ways for utilization of river water" OR "Dams have failed to become the temples of modern india" 2.Map activity-Rivers and dams 3.Poster content presentation on A-4 size sheets

Geography L-4:Agriculture

1.Group discussion agriculture output is low in india despite of 63% of population and large area of land under agriculture 2.Tabulation of agricultural crops according to their need of soil,climate,distribution 3.Map work through quiz

Political science L3:Democracy and diversity

1.Role play-a group of activity to show overlapping and cross cutting social differnce 2.Cartoon interpretation from text

L-4:Gender-caste&religion 1.exchange the role to take up duties of any elderly member in your family.-list of activities which you will a)happily perform b)hardly perform c)be unable to perform Revisional activities for SA1 Revision with the help of quizez,mcqs and class discussion

September Summative Assessment I - (sep15th to 30th) (SA I) Half-Yearly Examination

Syllabus: History: L- 6,8 Pol.Sc.- L-1,2,3,4 Economics-1,2,3,4 Geography- 1,2,3,4 plus map work as per the list items of CBSE MAP LIST October History : L 4 – Nationalist movement in Indo-China 1.Quiz on role of different peoples in role in Indochina 2.Group discussion advantages and disadvantage of colonialism

Geography L-5:Mineral and energy resources

1.Class presentation on mineral distribution,economic significance,reserve in india,agencies exploring it,problems related to its exploitation. marketing and production strategies export/import 2.Map activities

Economics L-3:Money and credit

1.Write a cheque 2.Role play for self help group

Political Science L-5:Popular strugles and movements

1.Report making on any of the public intrest group 2.Collage/wall magazine with news papers cuttings or clipping related to social movements

November

Political Science L-6:Political parties 1.Cartoon interpretation 2.skit/street play

Economics L-4:Globalization and the Indian economy

1.News paper article analysis 2.bulletin board opportunities disparities of income and

L-5:Consumer rights 1.skit/role play –consumer conciousness 2.create a poster consumer rights and duties

Geography L-6: Manufacturing industries

1.Tabulation of industries on following basis: Location,representation on map,reasons for Its present location,special features,problems Faced,level of pollution,measures to control Environment degradation

2.map activity 3.diagram interpretation FA3 INTERNAL ASSESSMENT HISTORY CHAPTER 2NATIONALIST MOVEMENT IN INDO-CHINA

FA4 UNIT TEST ECONOMICS CHAPTER 3,POLITIAL SCIENCE,CHAPTER 5,GEOGRAPHYCHAPTER 5 PLUS MAP WORK

DISASTER MANAGEMENT PROJECT WILL BE ASSESSED IN BOTH TERMS WITH NEW EDITION IN CORRECTED PROJECTS December Geography L-7: Lifelines of national economy 1.role play tourist guide 2.report on pipeline transport 3.map work activity 4.diagram/picture interpretation

Political science L-7:Outcomes of democracy

1.picture interpretation 2.debate

History L-3:Nationalism in India

1.picture interpretation 2.album preparation on Indian National movement between (1920-1935) 3.map work activity

January

Pol .Science

L-8 Challenges Democracy

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1.Defining democracy by role play (themselves playing as

democracy) February Revisionary classes 1.map activities from history and geography 2.MCQS&QUIZES

Summative Assessment (SA-2) Annual Examination Syllabus: History: L-2,3 (plus maps from cbse list) Pol. Sc.- L-5,6,7,8 Economics-L-3,4,5 Geography-5,6,7 (plus maps from cbse list) Disaster management through internal assessment only

ENGLISH
Month April Chapter Poem-1 Activity/project

Enactment of the poem with proper props( back drop, The Frog and the Nightingale hand puppets/mask) Fiction-Lesson1 Two gentlemen of Verona

Writing skills Notice Paragraph writing Diary entry

Article on ‘love, faith and trust’

May

Lesson-3 The letter Poem-3 Not marble nor the guilded monuments Poem-2 The mirror Grammar Editing Omission Jumbled up Fill up with one word

Article on ‘break up of the joint family system in India’

Paragraph on ‘Bond shared with grand parents’

Read another sonnet of William Shakespeare

July

Lesson-2 Mrs. Packeltides Tiger

Article ‘vanity comes before fall’

MCB UNITS Unit-2 .Education

Design a poster on 1.Education for all 2. Each one teach one

Writing skills ‘Data interpretation’ illustrate the poem I Am special, and so are you Grammar Reported speech Dialogue completion (MCB)

Syllabus for FAII (20 marks)

Literature-: L.3 The Letter Poem-3 Not marble nor the guilded monuments MCB Unit II .Education

Writing skills-: Notice Bio-sketch Message Email

Grammar-: Editing Omission Jumbled up Reported speech Month August Chapter Play The dear departed Activity/project Enact a play (humorous) with a message of ‘Respecting our elders’

Writing skills-: 1. Letter to the Editor 2. Description (place, person, events) 3. Article

Article on India’s elderly face growing neglect

Grammar-: Process writing News headlines

MCB Unit III. science

September

Revision of the writing skills, grammar and literature. Preparation for the SAI

SYLLABUS FOR SAI

90 mark

LITERATURE READER L-1 ‘Two Gentlemen of Verona’ L-2 ‘Mrs. Packeltide’s Tiger’ L-3 The Letter Play-: ‘The dear Departed MCB- Unit I, II, III Month Chapter Activity/project

October

Chapter L-4 A Shady Plot Poem 4, Ozymandias MCB – Unit VI National Integration Writing Skill ‘Poster Designing’ Report Writing

Project / Activity Write a story with a supernatural element in it. Posters on 1. Save Mother Earth 2. Conserve Energy

November

L-6 Virtually True Poem 6 Snake

Play II Julius Caesar Grammar Dialogue Completion Fill up with one word Editing Omission December L-5 Patol Babu, Film Star Poem -5 The Rime of the Ancient Marnier MCB – Unit V Travel & Tourism Syllabus for FA4 Literature Reader : L-6 Virtually True Snake Julius Caesar MCB – Unit VI National Integration Writing Skills Formal Letter writing, Notice, Message, Email, Article, Speech Grammar Reported Speech, Jumbled up and Dialogue Completion. Month January Chapter L-6 MCB – Unit IV Environment February Revision of Grammar, Writing Skills and Literature Reader 90Marks Activity/project Brochure of Delhi and Goa

Syllabus for SAII

L-4 A Shady Plot L-5 Patol Babu, Film Star L-6 Virtually True

Play Julius Caesar P-4 Ozymandias P-5 The Rime of the ancient Mariner P-6 Snake

MCB-unit IV ,V & VI All writing skills of M.C.B

Grammar -Editing -Omission -Jumbled up -News headlines -Reported speech -Process writing -Dialogue completion -Fill up with one word

HINDI

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

SYLLABUS FOR CLASS X, 2012 – 2013
Foundation of Information Technology
Month Units Unit - 1: Basics of Information Technology Chapters Chapter- 1: Introduction To Internet Practical : Chapter 5: Data Management Tool - I Unit- 2: Information Processing Tools Practical: Chapter 6 : Data Management Tool - II Holiday home work MS-Access : Refer to Page Nos 217- 220 of your course book and create Tables of Project 1, Project 2 , Project 3 and Project 4 along with validations and write steps of the same in your Class work Register. Chapter 2 : Browsing The Internet Unit - 1: Basics of Information Technology July Unit- 2: Information Processing Tools Unit - 1: Basics of Information Technology August Unit- 2: Information Processing Tools Unit -3 : IT Applications Revision for SA1 (Covered from April to August) Syllabus For Summative Assessment - I Chapter- 1: Introduction To Internet Chapter 2 : Browsing The Internet Unit - 1: Basics of Information Technology September Chapter 3: Email and Search Engines Chapter 4 : Web Services Chapter 5: Data Management Tool - I Unit- 2: Information Processing Tools Chapter 6 : Data Management Tool II Chapter 7: HTML - I October November Unit- 1: Information Processing Tools Unit- 1: Information Processing Tools Unit- 3: Societal Impacts of IT DecemberJanuary February Unit- 2 : IT Applications Revision for SA2 (Covered from October to January) Chapter 1: HTML - II Chapter 2: XML Chapter 4: Societal Impacts of IT Web site Designing - III Chapter 3 : IT Applications Web site Designing - I Web site Designing - II Chapter 3: Email and Search Engines Practical : Chapter 7: HTML - I Chapter 4 : Web Services Practical : Chapter 7: HTML - I Practical : Chapter 8: IT Applications Web Page Designing - II Web Page Designing - I Activity

April - May

Database Designing

June

Syllabus For Summative Assessment - II Unit- 1: Information Processing Tools Unit- 1: Information Processing Tools Unit- 3: Societal Impacts of IT Unit- 2 : IT Applications Chapter 1: HTML - II Chapter 2: XML Chapter 4: Societal Impacts of IT Chapter 3 : IT Applications