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**SPLIT UP OF SYLLABUS 2008-09
**

MATHS

TEXT BOOK —MATH-MAGIC FOR CLASS V

MONTH CHAPTER &

TOPIC

COMPETENCY EXPECTED LEARNING

OUTCOME

SUGGESTED ACTIVIES SKILL/VALUES

CORRELATION

April/

May

Chapter – 1

The Fish

Tale

Concept of

Number

Ability to

Compute

Problem Solving

Ability

— Read and write the

numerals in figure & the

corresponding number

name.

— To develop

Mathematical concepts

such as shapes,

estimation, sense of

large numbers, simple

operations, speed,

loans etc.

— To solve the daily life

problems.

— Draw the different kind

of fish of different

length and compare

their lengths.

— Find the price of potato

and onion per kg from

the market and

calculate amount for

different quantities.

— Teacher can give the

example of potato

chips like fish-drying

factory. Let them

calculate the Profit and

Loss.

— Note the big numbers

upto crore from their

own experiences ?

Write them in words.

— Reading and

Writing the

numbers.

— Solving daily

life problems

involving

basic

operations.

— Sketching

with

accuracy

— Correlated

with E. V. S.

and G. K.

Class – V • Page 52

June L – 2

Shapes and

Angles

Understanding

of Basic

Concept

Ability to

Compute

Mental Ability

Solving Ability

— To know different kinds

of angles

— To compare the angles

— Measurement of angles

— Draw the different

angles

— To develop creativity

— To know that when the

angle changes the

shape will also change

— Make different shapes

with the help of Match

Sticks and observe

their angles formed in.

— Write your name by

using straight line

segments. Now count

the right angles formed

in your name.

— Write what kind of

angle is made by the

hands in the clock in

different time.

— Draw different kind of

angles and make the

things of your choice

showing the angle. E.

g.:

— Draw angles of

different measures.

— Puzzles.

— To develop

sequential

thinking and

accuracy.

— Sketching

with

accuracy.

Class – V • Page 53

July L – 3

How many

squares ?

Understanding

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

Mental Ability

— To compare the things

in terms of area.

— To estimate the things

which is bigger.

— Children will be able to

modify basic shapes to

create different tiling

shapes.

— To find the area of

different objects.

— Draw different shapes

on a squared sheet

and calculate their area

by counting squares.

— Measure the area of

irregular things as leaf,

foot print, your palm

etc.

— Make different patterns

of tiles of their choice.

— Estimation

— Skill of mea-

surement

— Skill of rea-

soning and

thinking

L – 4

Parts and

Wholes

Understanding

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

— To get the idea of parts

and whole

— To calculate the prices

of parts of the whole

food items : e. g. ½ kg

of tomato.

— Draw figures for

different fractions.

— Paper folding and

paper cutting.

— Make your daily routine

time table. What part of

the day to you use for

different activities ?

— Collect the different

bills and discuss the

fraction of diferent

items in the class.

— Develop ana-

lytical ability

and compari-

son.

August L – 5

Does it look

Understanding

Basic Concept

— Observe and

understand the

— Show the symmetry by

paper folding.

— Develop

anylytical

Class – V • Page 54

the same ?

Problem Solving

Ability

symmetry.

— Applies the knowledge

to divide the things with

different symmetry.

— Show the symmetry in

alphabets by dotted

lines.

— Make the concept of

half turn and one fourth

turn by giving the

example of water tap

and almirah lock.

— Make a toy wind mill.

— The children will get

idea of 1/3 and 1/6

through various

activities like cutting of

apples, Roti, Bread etc.

ability and

comparison

L – 6

Be My

Multiple, I’ll

be Your

Factor.

Understanding

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute Tables

— Understands the

concepts of prime and

composite numbers.

— Understands the

concept of common

factors and common

multiples.

— Makes prime factori-

sation of a number.

— Determine the HCF and

LCM.

— Find the multiples of

different numbers by

playing games.

— Find the common

multiples by playing

dice game.

— Puzzles.

— Make factor tree.

— Complete the multi-

plication chart to find

the multiples and

factors.

— Solving daily

life problems

involving

basic ope-

rations of

multiplication

and division

Class – V • Page 55

Septem

ber

L – 7

Can you see

the pattern ?

Understanding

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

Problem Solving

Ability

— To understand the

sequence of the

patterns.

— To develop creativity

and logical thinking.

— To develop their own

pattern.

— To enjoy and learn with

numbers.

— Complete the number

and picture patterns.

— Creates patterns of

their own.

— Solve magic square,

hexagon.

— Activity : “Secret

Numbers”.

— Activity : “Number

Surprises”.

— Activity : “Fun with

Numbers”.

— Creativity

— Development

of the mental

ability

L – 8

Mapping

Your Way

Understanding

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

Problem Solving

Ability

— To enable the children

to observe the map and

find out the route.

— To understand the scale

of the map.

— To draw and make the

map with different

scales.

— Draw the route map of

their house to school,

any mall, any park etc.

— Activity : “Central

Hexagon”.

— Enlarging and reducing

the figures and maps

through squares.

— Draw the map of

school building on

square.

— Find the distance

between Gurgaon Bus

— Reading of

route map.

— E. V. S.

— Reading of

map.

— Use of scale

in Map.

Class – V • Page 56

stand to Delhi ISBT

and any other places

from the map.

October L – 9

Boxes and

Sketches

Understanding

Basic Concept

Problem Solving

Ability

— To develop mental

image of shapes.

— To identify the 2-D and

3-D shapes.

— To enable the children

to differentiate between

deep drawing and

layout plan.

— To draw 3-dimensional

shapes on paper.

— Make a layout plan of

your house.

— Make the different

types of boxes by

using Postal Sheet.

— Make the floor map

and deep drawing of

your house.

— Puzzles.

— Draw a 2-D figure by

cutting and flattering

the edges of a match

box of cube-shaped.

— Develop

mathematical

ability and

creativity

Novem

ber

L – 10

Tenths and

Hundredths

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

Problem Solving

Ability

— Estimation of measure-

ment

— To measure the things

in cm. and mm.

— To convert a fraction

into decimal and vice-

— Measure the different

things in cm. and mm.

with the help of scale.

They will also convert

cm. into mm. and vice-

versa.

— Estimate different

lengths of different

Class – V • Page 57

versa.

— To solve the problems

of money transactions.

— Measurement of tempe-

rature

— Able to solve simple

addition and subtraction

of decimals.

objects in cm. and mm.

— Organise a fun-fair in

the class. Buying and

selling things gives the

child an understanding

of ideas of money

transaction individually.

— With the help of graph

paper and by using

colours. Teacher will

explain decimals,

fractions and relation

between them.

— Write money, unit of

length, unit of mass in

decimals and in

fractions.

— Students will note the

temperature of different

cities from the

newspapers or T. V. (in

degree Celsius) and

find the difference of

temperature at two

different times of the

day.

— Ability to

measure the

things with

accuracy.

— Sense of

estimation.

— Solve daily

life problems.

Decem

ber

L – 11

Area and its

Boundary

Basic Concept

Ability to

— Concept of area and

perimeter.

— Paste the different

cutouts and find their

area and perimeter.

— Children

area able to

judge the

Class – V • Page 58

Compute

Problem Solving

Ability

— Ability to Compute area

and perimeter of a

square and rectangle

figure by formula.

— State the unit of area

and perimeter.

— To understand that

things of same area can

take different forms and

have different

perimeters.

— Estimate area in sq cm,

sq m.

— Estimate the area of

different things into sq

cm, sq m and sq km.

— Make your own

designs of area 5 and

8 sq cm.

— Make birthday cards.

Find its length and

width and calculate its

area and perimeter.

— Take a drawing sheet,

find its area and

perimeter. Then cut it

into small strips. Make

a belt and find the

area. (Same area can

have different

perimeter.)

area and

perimeter of

different

things.

— Skill of rea-

soning and

thinking.

Decem

ber

L – 12

Smart

Charts

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

— To express the given

data in tabulation form

and in terms of pictures

and vice-versa.

— Collect and records

data systematically.

— Interpret information

given in the table and

pictorial representation.

— Record strength of

different sections pf

Class V, represent

them in tabulation form

and in pictorial form.

— Encourage children to

look at the map of India

to locate different

cities. They can try to

relate the temperature

variations in a city to

— Observation,

classification,

collection of

data and

interpretation

— Creativity.

Class – V • Page 59

get an idea of the

climate there.

— Children should be

encouraged to use tally

mark simultaneously to

record data of a variety

of things with larger

numbers.

— Make a bar chart of

birthday of your

classmates in different

months.

— Make your family-tree

or school staff tree.

— Make growth chart of

your marks in different

unit-test.

January L – 13

Ways to

multiply and

divide

Understanding

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

Tables

— To know the different

ways of multiplication.

— Division.

— Terms used in

multiplication and

division. (Multiplic and

Multiplier and propduct)

(Divident, Divisior and

Quotient.)

— Collect the number-

game, tricks involving

multiplication and

division.

— Multiply any two

numbers in different

ways by eg. Of

breaking method and

coloumn method.

— Multiply and divide

sums with class-room

situation.

— Calculation

with accu-

racy and

promptly.

— Able to solve

daily life

problems.

Class – V • Page 60

— Determine the division

and multiplication facts

of a given number of 1-

digit or 2-digits using a

10 × 10 multiplication

grid.

— Problem sums related

to daily life.

— Do sums of division

and check your result

by multiplication.

January L – 14

How big ?

How heavy

Basic Concept

Ability to

Compute

Problem Solving

Ability

— Concept of Volume.

— Calculate and compare

the volume of different

things.

— Guess the Volume by

informal measurement

(using marbles, coins,

match boxes etc.)

— Determine the volume

in litre and cubic cm. by

measuring devices.

— Solve problems related

to volume.

— Children will paste a

paper-strip on a glass

and mark the level of

water. Dip different

things as stones,

marbles etc., and note

the level of water and

find their volume.

— Find the volume of tea-

box, match box, pencil

box etc.

— Collect empty match

boxes, arrange them in

an interesting way and

find the total volume

and volume of one

match-box.

— Develop

sense of

size.

— Drawing skill.

— Skill of

imagination

and thinking.

— Measure-

ment skill.

Class – V • Page 61

— Make a paper cube

and find volume.

— For finding the volume

of different shapes, the

teacher can make

different models.

Febru-

ary

Revision of the whole

syllabus for Session-Ending

Examination. Revise

Multiple Choice Questions

also.

March Session-Ending Examina-

tion.

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