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Month JUNE Topics Modals-can, may, must Heteronym Usage of phrases in writing Group discussion JULY Spelling pattern- doubling consonants Report writing Texts that reflect the social, cultural and historical context Paragraph sequencing AUGUST Simple present tense Present progressive tense Adverb phrase (because of, despite, in spite of)and its usage Editing Study of proper usage of articles and tenses in a range of genres Film review Study of organization, structure and combination SEPTEMBER Spelling patterns –ery,-ory and –ary Noun phrase Collocations Semicolon usage Compare poems Usage of terms ‘image’, ‘simile’, ‘metaphor’, ‘onomatopoeia’ Point of view of poetry Recapitulation OCTOBER Direct and indirect speech Speech delivery Debates Notice writing NOVEMBER Usage of vocabulary appropriate to context Usage of language to clarify meaning and to interest and convince DECEMBER Consonant clusters Role play Suffixes(ology,-ist,-ible,-able) Discussion on writers’ choice of formal or informal English Reasons for using longer or shorter sentences JANUARY Adjective phrases with preposition Connectives and their usage Usage of complex sentence structure in creative writing Summarize ideas from texts Biography and autobiography writing FEBRUARY Fiction reading- suspense and horror stories, sci-fic fantasy, novels, contemporary folk, fairy –tales, short stories Discussion on main ideas, viewpoints ,themes and purpose in a text Degree of comparison Subject verb agreement MARCH Conditionals (type1,type 2 and type 3) Register Journalistic writing *Other than the above topics mentioned, comprehension passages/chapter reviews/antonyms/synonyms/creative writing tasks shall be taken up to develop language skills.
Mathematics Month June July August September October November December January Topics Knowing our numbers: integers Properties of integers Basic operations on integers Fractions and rational numbers Basic operations on fractions Basic operations on decimals Length. triangle. circle Algebraic expressions Introduction to expressions Formation of expressions Types of algebraic expressions Degree of polynomial Addition and subtraction of algebraic expressions Value of an algebraic expression Linear equations Introduction Linear equation in one variable Solving linear equation Application of linear equations to practical problems Constructions Construction of parallel lines . mass and capacity Conversion of units Rational numbers Introduction to rational numbers Basic operations on rational numbers Representation of rational numbers as decimal Word problems on rational numbers Lines and angles Special pairs of angles Pairs of lines Triangle and it's properties Medians of a triangle Altitudes of a triangle Angle sum property Exterior angle of a triangle and it's properties Sum of the lengths of two sides of a triangle Right angled triangle and Pythagoras theory Pythagorean triplets Powers and exponents Introduction to exponents Laws of exponents Expanded form of numbers Standard form of notation Recapitulation Mensuration Perimeter/Area of rectangle and square Perimeter/Area of parallelogram.
representation of data Measures of central tendency Drawing double bar graphs Probability Probability as chance Recapitulation February March Reference books Maths Plus Checkpoint Mathematics(NCERT) R.Mathematics Construction of triangles Congruence of triangles Introduction Congruence of plane figures Congruence of line segments Congruence of triangles Criteria for congruence of triangles Ratio and proportion Comparison of ratios Continued proportion Unitary method Percentage and it's applications Introduction Converting fractions to percent Converting decimals to percent Applications of percentage Symmetry Lines of symmetry for regular polygons Reflection. rotational symmetry Visualizing solid shapes Different types of solids Nets of solid shapes Data Handling Collection. organisation.D Sharma Growing up with mathematics Number magic I Did it mathematics .
Vectors and scalars Motion Speed and velocity Measuring speed CHEMISTRY The particle theory The particle theory of matter The properties of matter and the particle theory When states of matter change Pressure. physics Viva Start Up Science I Explore Ahead Orient Blackswan Science Ahead with CCE Orient Blackswa . chemistry. Diffusion JULY CLASSIFICATION Classification of plants and animals REPRODUCTION IN PLANTS Reproduction. Bases and Salts Acids and bases Testing for acids and bases Indicators Types of acids Properties of acids Uses of acids Types of bases Properties of bases Uses of bases Neutralization reaction Uses of salts Metals and non-metals Metals and non-metals in the periodic table Physical and chemical properties of metals and non-metals Reaction between metals and nonmetals Chemistry in everyday life Respiration and combustion Burning and explosion Oxidation Oxygen and food Rusting Recapitulation DECEMBER JANUARY MOVEMENT OF SUBSTANCES (TRANSPORTATION AND EXCRETION) Circulatory system in humans Excretion in humans and other animals FEBRUARY Transportation and excretion of materials in plants MARCH Recapitulation Heat and temperature Heat-a form of energy Temperature. plants and animals Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration Energy Theory of energy Types of energy Energy transfers RECAPITULATION Light-an associated phenomena Rectilinear propagation of light Real and virtual images Image formation in plane mirrors Curved mirrors.Science MONTH JUNE BIOLOGY LIVING THINGS AND THEIR HABITAT Biomes and interdependence Ozone effect Effects of pollution Renewable and non-renewable resources PHYSICS Units and Measurements Basic Physical Quantities and Standard units Measurement Techniques Need for accurate measurement Measuring volume of regular and irregular shaped objects. formulae and chemical equations Physical and chemical changes Physical and chemical changes Characteristics of chemical reaction Types of chemical reaction RECAPITULATION Acids.types of soil Soil pollution.convex and concave Lenses and spectrum Electric current and simple circuits Electric current and electric circuit Effects of heat and magnet on Electric current Working and Uses of electromagnets Electric bell.working mechanism OCTOBER NOVEMBER Elements and atoms The link between elements and atoms The properties of elements Chemical symbols The first twenty elements of the periodic table Elements compounds and mixtures Elements and compounds Mixtures Separating mixtures Tools for chemical communication-symbols. weight and gravitational field strength SEPTEMBER FOREST AND THEIR CONSERVATION Biodiversity in forest and its importance Deforestation Conservation of forests RECAPITULATION FOOD AND NUTRITITION Nutrition in plants Nutrition in animals SOIL AS A NATURAL RESOURCE Formation of soil and weathering process Soil profile . pollination. erosion and conservation RESPIRATION IN ORGANISMS Respiration in humans. fertilization and seed dispersal AUGUST BODY MOVEMENT IN ANIMALS Position and function of various organs in human body Role of skeleton and joints Principle of antagonistic muscles Forces Effect of forces on motion Effect of gravity on objects Relationship between mass.the measurement of heat and Energy Methods of transfer of Heat Thermos flask and its working Recapitulation Reference books Checkpoint: Biology.
political life and geography Empowering social sciences Longman Social sciences Unveiling geography ( Cambridge) Walking through time ( Cambridge) .History.Social Science Month June July The Regional Kingdoms The Sultanate Period Topics August Weather and Climate Life in the Tropical and Subtropical Regions September State Government Recapitulation October Understanding Media Media and Democracy On Advertising November Life in the Temperate Grasslands Life in Deserts December January Towns. Traders and Craftsmen Market Around Us February Gender Case study – growing up as a boy and girl March Recapitulation Reference books CCE Edition.
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