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ST.

XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 20152015-16


Syllabus for Computer Science

for

Class-8th

"Even if at first you do succeed, you still have to work hard to stay there.
UNITS THEMES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS / MODE

Advance
Features of MsWord
th
23 March to 30
April
Peripherals and
types of
Computers
nd
th
2 May to 15 May

Watermark , Inserting Headers and Footers,


Using Footnote and Endnote

CP,HW,CW

Input Devices, Output Devices, Memory ,Types


of Computers

III.

Advances
Features of MsExcel
th
th
19 June to 30 June

Sorting Data, Filtering Data, Custom Filtering,


Conditional Formatting

IV.

Creating Charts
in Ms- Excel
st
th
1 July 30 July

Types of Charts, Components of a Chart


,Creating a Chart ,
Printing worksheet

HW, CW
ASSESMENT-1
(20th April to 24th)
(Integrated
Project)( Based on
advance feature of
MS-Word).
CP,HW,CW
ASSESMENT-2
(May 6th to 15th )
(Class Test )(Based
on advance feature
of MS-WORD)
CP, HW,CW,
ASSESMENT-3
(Jun-29 to July 8th)
(Based on Chapter
1 to 3)
ASSESMENT-4
(July 28th to 1st
Aug)( Group
Activity) (Based on
Chapter 1 to 4)

V.

Ms-PowerPoint
Presentation,
Working with
Text in MsPowerPoint
st
th
1 Aug to 29 Aug

Using Blank Presentation ,Using AutoContent


Wizard ,Using Design Template, Working with
Text , Formatting Text

VI.

More on MSPowerPoint
2007
st
th
1 Sept to 17 Sept

Changing layout ,Changing Background


,Viewing and organizing charts, Editing slides in
a presentation ,
Practical Exams

I.

II.

CP,CW,HW
ASSESMENT-5
(Aug 10th to 19th )
(Class Test)(Based
on advance feature
of Charts in MSExcel.)
CP,CW,HW
ASSESMENT-6
(September 1st to
4th ) (Individual
activity)( Based on
MS-Powerpoint.)
First Semester
Exam(September
21st to 30th ).

Second Semester
UNITS THEMES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Enlivening a
Presentation
th
th
7 October to 31
October

Using ClipArt ,Drawing Object ,AutoShapes


,Organization Chart Inserting Audio Files
,Inserting Video Files ,Animating Text and
Objects ,Slide Transition, Starting a Slide Show
,Printing a Presentation

VIII.

Introduction to
Ms-Access
rd
3 November to
th
30 November

Elements of a Database ,
Functions of a
DBMS,What is a Ms-Access, Creating Tables
,Modifying a Table,
Field Grid Pane ,Field
Properties Pane ,Modifying Table Design

IX.

Whats on
Internet, ECommerce
st
th
1 Dec to 19 Dec

Information Retrieval ,Communication on the


Net, E-Greetings, Videoconferencing ,Netiquette

X.

Networking and
E-Commerce
5th January
2016

Computer Networking and types of networks,


Hardware requirements for networking, need for
networking , how the internet works, e-sites, ecommerce , shoping on net.

VII.

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS / MODE
CP,HW,CW
ASSESMENT-1
Oct. 12th to 16th
(Integrated Project)
(Based on feature of
MS-Powerpoint).
HW, CW
ASSESMENT-2
(November 5rd to 9th
) (Individual
activity )(Based on
advance feature of
MS-PowerPoint.)
CP, HW,CW,
ASSESMENT-3
(Nov 23th to 2nd
Dec)
(Class test) (Based
on Chapter1 to 3,
7th & 8th ).
ASSESMENT-4
(Dec. 11th to 15th
(Group Activity)
Based on Internet
CP,CW,HW
ASSESMENT-5
(January 11th to 15th
) (Class test) Based
on chapter 7th, 8th
& 9th )
CP,CW,HW
ASSESMENT-6
(Jan 25th t to 29th )
(Individual activity
)(Based on Chapter
7th to 10th )

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG 2014-15


English Syllabus
Class VIII
Unit
1

Theme and Date


A BOND WITH THE WILD
(Reader)
23rd March
1st April
OZYMANDIAS (Reader)
April
7th -13th
HUMAN BONDS (MCB)
April
th
14 21st
HUMAN BONDS (W.B.)
April
22nd - 28th
ENDANGERED EARTH
(MCB)
April 29th 7th May

ENDANGERED EARTH (W.B.)


May
8th 15th
THE PLATE OF GOLD
(Reader)
June
nd
22 26th
THE NECKLACE (Reader)
29th June 7th July

CONFLICT AND HOPE (MCB)


July
8th - 16th

No. of Periods
6

FIRST SEMESTER
Learning Objectives
Relate to the thematic content. Answer factual and HOTS
related to the text. Enhance vocabulary and understand it in
context; design a poster. Speak about pets.

Assessment tools
Answer question related to the text
pg 14. Worksheet 2

Infer and explain meaning of the poem; write a diary entry.

Write an imaginary autobiography.

Recognize the structures of phrases and clauses and how they


can be combined; understand and use stress shift. Make a
collage.
Reading with comprehension; using new words; reinforcing
phrases and clauses, dependent clause and complex
sentences.

Letter writing. Collage making in


groups. Listening task.

Reading with comprehension. Describe a picture; use specific


vocabulary in context; understand and recognize the future
continuous and future perfect form of verbs.

Reinforcing the use of future continuous and future perfect


tense; spelling correctly; writing a letter to the editor.

Workbook tasks.
Assessment-1
Integrated Project Group Activity
(April 20 24th )
Listening Task
Assessment -2
Class Test Reading Comprehension
(poem)
(May 6th 15th )
Formal letter writing.

Comprehend and Appreciate a narrative poem and poetic


expressions; become sensitive towards problems in the
society.

Answering questions on page 43.

Discuss factual and inferential questions. Know the basic


elements of the story; enhance knowledge and use of
vocabulary that deals with describing people and traits.

Comprehend the text globally and locally; improve recognition


of and understand the differences between active voice and
passive voice and its rules.

A MCQs worksheet.
Assessment-3 Individual Activity
Worksheet on Phrases and Clauses
(June 29th July 28th )
Listening Task

10

11

12

13

14

15

CONFLICT AND HOPE (W.B.)


July
17th 23rd
THE CORNER SHOP (Reader)
24th July 4th Aug

PUSHING THE LIMITS (MCB)


August
5th 12th
PUSHING THE LIMITS (W.B.)
August
13th 19th
JAMAICAN FRAGMENTS
(Reader)
August
20th 28th
THE LETTER A (Reader)
31st Aug 9th September

THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE


GLOW WORM (Reader)
October
1st 7th
SYMBOLS OF PEACE (MCB)
October
8th 16th
SYMBOLS OF PEACE (W.B.)
26th Oct -3rd Nov

THE BEST CHRISTMAS


PRESENT IN THE WORLD
(Reader)

Attempt comprehension questions; use dictionary; revision of


active and passive voice; writing an email.

Email writing.

Read fluently; Comprehend the text; Appreciate mystery as a


genre, communicate confidently and effectively in spoken
language.

Story writing
Assessment- 4 Group Activity
Topic- Role Play
(July 28th Aug 1st )
Editing a passage using appropriate
punctuation. Listening task

Sensitize students to martyrdom/and futility of war; check


comprehension; infer meaning of vocabulary in context;
internalize the use of future perfect continuous; practice
punctuation.
Reinforcing future perfect continuous; internalizing the use of
suffix; use punctuation marks; writing a biographical sketch.

Sensitize students to the issue of stereotyping; appreciate


global oneness; develop analytical skills and ability to express
thoughts in a logical manner in an article.

Learn basic elements of an autobiographical account;


understand and use words related to feelings; develop ability
to express thoughts in a concise manner in an informal letter.

SECOND SEMESTER
Sensitize students to the finer values; Develop appreciation
for rhymed verse; enhance word power;

Appreciate the thematic content and think analytically; use


reported speech in context; enable learners to express
themselves in clarity; write a diary entry.
Comprehend the passage; learn new words related to
holocaust; reinforcement of reported speech; Learn to write
in a concise manner.
Sensitize students to the horrors of war; develop ability to
express ideas and opinions in spoken language; use the
vocabulary in context.

Writing a bio-sketch.

Article writing
Assessment-5 Class Test
Topic Grammar
Active and Passive
(Aug 10th 19th )
Letter writing
Assessment 6 Individual Activity
Test of Spelling and Editing skills.
(Sept 1st 4th )

Write the rhyme scheme. An MCQs


worksheet.

Diary entry.
Assessment -1 Integrated Project
(12th Oct - 16th Oct)
Notice writing.
Assessment -2 Individual Activity
Descriptive writing
(3rd Nov- 7th Nov)
Debate discussion.
Worksheet 2
Assessment -2 Individual Activity

4th Nov- 13th Nov

Diary writing
(5 Nov- 9th Nov)
th

10

11

12

THE DIAMOND MAKER


(Reader)
19th Nov- 27th Nov
BEYOND THIS WORLD
(MCB)
30th Nov - 9th Dec
BEYOND THIS WORLD
(W.B.)
10th Dec 16th Dec
THE SURGEON (Reader)
17th Dec 7th Jan
COMMUNITIES AND
CULTURES (MCB)
8th Jan to 18th Jan
COMMUNITIES AND
CULTURES (W.B.)
19th Jan 25th Jan
GATHERING LEAVES
(Reader)
27th Jan 29th Jan
THE UNEXPECTED (Reader)
1st Feb- 8th Feb

Comprehend the text locally and globally. Enhance the skill


of dialogue writing ; be able to express verbally in
grammatically correct English.
Familiarize with the concept of the supernatural; understand
relative clauses and how to use it to form complex
sentences;
Practice relative clauses and relative pronoun; internalize
the concept of silent letters; comprehend the essential
elements of story.
Develop the ability to express and to predict; enhance
students ability to infer synonyms/antonyms; perform in
front of an audience.
Sensitize students to understand cultural differences; use
specific vocabulary in context; understand their relevance;
write an email.
Passage reading; enhance vocabulary to describe people and
personality traits; reinforce conditional sentences with if;
write an article.
Comprehend the poem and infer the implicit meaning;
appreciate life; create awareness about environmental
issues.
Appreciate play as a genre; encourage speculation and
discussion; develop ability of summarizing.

Oral discussion, A crossword puzzle


worksheet.
Writing a dialogue.
Assessment -3 Class test
Topic- Reported Speech
(23rd Nov- 2nd Dec)
Write a short story.
Assessment 4- Group Activity
Role Play
(Dec 11th Dec 15th)
Answer questions (pg. 89).
Worksheet 2
Email writing.

Write an article.
Assessment-5 Class Test
Unit- 5 &8
(11th Jan-15th Jan)
Paraphrasing the poem. Worksheet2
Assessment-6
Topic-Collage Making
(25th Jan 29th Jan)
Answer questions. An MCQs
worksheet.

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG


English Echoes Syllabus
Class VIII

Unit
I

THEME
Expressing Likes and
Dislikes (April)

SEMESTER -I
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Listening and understanding the language that expresses likes and dislikes.

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Listening and speaking tasks

II
III
IV

V
VI
VII

I
II
III
IV
V
VI

Talking about Continuous


Actions in the Past (April)
Narrating Conversations
(May)
Expressing, possibility,
Desirability, Adequacy
(June)
Seeking Information and
Confirmation (July)
Expressing Unreal
Conditions (Aug)
Making Wild Descriptions
(Sept)
Expressing Agreement and
Disagreement (Oct)
Making Polite requests
(Nov)
Expressing Certainty in
Future (Dec)
Making Suggestions (Jan)
Giving Directions (Jan)
Complaining and
Apologizing (Feb)

Listening and Understanding about how to talk about continuous actions in the
past.
Listening and understanding reported conversations

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and understanding language that expresses possibility, desirability,


Adequacy

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and understanding language used to seek information and


confirmation.
Listening and understanding language used to express unreal conditions.

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening to the description of a national park and choosing the appropriate


answers.
SEMESTER-II
Listening and understanding the language used for agreeing and disagreeing
with the speakers opinion.
Listening and understanding the language used for making Polite requests.

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and understanding the language that expresses certainty in future.

Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and understanding the language used for giving suggestion.


Listening and understanding the language used for giving directions.
Listening and understanding the language used for complaining and
apologizing.

Listening and speaking tasks


Listening and speaking tasks
Listening and speaking tasks

Listening and speaking tasks

Notes to be observed:
Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class are liable to sanction and penalty.
Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments .
Failure to submit assignments on due date without any legitimate reason will result in the deduction of 1marks for each days
delay. After three days of the due date the assignments will not be accepted at all.
All the students are expected to be well prepared for the class. They need to carry along with them, their note copies and text
books every day according to the above mentioned dates..
All the students are expected to complete their notes of the exercises at the end of each chapter and submit their copies to the concerned
teacher for correction.

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAG 2015-16


HINDI SYLLABUS FOR CLASS VIII
Ist SEMESTER MARCH SEPTEMBER
Units

Themes

23 March clar & ?ofu


to
10 APRIL yk[k dh pwfM;k
13 APRIL
cl dh ;k=k
to
17 APRIL
(16DAYS) nhokuksa dh gLrh
20April
to
30 April
(9 DAYS)

Hkkjr dh [kkst & vgenuxj


dk fdyk
fucU/k ys[ku
vifBr xn~;kak

fn, x, ladsr fcUnq ds vk/kkj ij fucU/k fy[kukA


vifBr cks/k ds uksa ds fodyiksa dk lgh pquko djukA

1 May O;kdj.k & o.kZfopkj


Hkk"kk fopkj
15 May
22 June- clar &
fpf;ksa dh nqfu;k
30June
(8 DAYS)
Hkkjr dh [kkst & ryk'k
1-10
JULY
13-24

Learning Object

/ofu dfork ds }kjk cPpksa esa sj.kk dk lapkj dj ;g lh[k nsuk fd


deZ iFk ij ms'; kfIr rd yxs jguk pkfg,A
yk[k dh pwfM+;k 'kh"kZd fuca/k ds }kjk ;g Li"V fd;k tkuk fd
e'khuksa ds dkj.k gkFk ls fufeZr oLrqvksa dk ego ?kV tkrk gSA
cl dh ;k=k fuca/k ds }kjk ;g Li"V djuk fd ys[kd us ,d iqjkuh
rFkk [kVkjs cl dh ;k=k dj dSlk vuqHko fd;kA
nhokuksa dh gLrh dfork ds }kjk nhokuk o`fk ds yksxksa dh fo'ks"krkvksa
ij dk'k MkyukA
vgeuxj dk fdyk & [k.M ds }kjk tokgj yky usg: ds tsy
thou ds vuqHko dk Li"Vhdj.kA

O;kdj.k & 'kCn fopkj


clar & Hkxoku ds Mkfd,
clar &D;k fujk'k gqvk tk;

Assessment

ekSf[kd rFkk fyf[kr vH;klA 'ukskj rFkk 'kCnkFkZ


iwNdj 'ukskj
oLrqfu"B u ,oa ikB dk
vH;kl djokukA
vH;kl ds 'ukskj ,oa oLrqfu"B u djokukA
ekSf[kd rFkk fyf[kr vH;kl
y?kq 'ukskj djokukA
Assessment 1 (integrated) (Due on 20-24 May)

f"k (Agriculture)

o.kZ fopkj rFkk Hkk"kk fopkj ds }kjk Hkk"kk] o.kZ] o.kZ Hksn] miHksn dk cksMZ dk;Z ,oa vH;kl djokukAssessment 2 (Class
Li"Vdhj.k
Test)Due on 6 15 May ikB & vifBr xn~;kak
fucU/k
bl fuca/k ds }kjk fpf;ksa ds bfrgkl rFkk fo'ks"krkvksa dk Li"Vdhj.k vH;kl ds 'ukskj ds }kjkekSf[kd rFkk fyf[kr
vH;kl djokukfo"k; iznq"k.k
ryk'k 'kh"kZd ikB ds }kjk usg: th }kjk jfpr Hkkjrh; laLd`fr dh y?kq 'ukskj ,oa oLrqf"B u djokuk
dqN fo'ks"krkvksa ij dk'k Mkyuk
'kCn dh ifjHkk"kk rFkk Hksnksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA
dfork ds }kjk kd`frd vaxksa ds ego ij dk'k MkyukA
D;k fujk'k gqvk tk; fucU/k ds }kjk ;g lan's k nsuk fd okZeku
fLFkfr dks ns[kdj fujk'k gks tkuk mfpr ughaA

vH;kl djokuk
Assessment 3 (Due on 29th June- 8 July)

Individual
fyf[kr vfHkO;fDr & ikB % yk[k dh pwfM+;kWa

JULY

27 July 10AUG

Hkkjr dh [kkst :flU/kq ?kkVh dh lH;krk

Lrqr ikB ds }kjk iafMr tokgj yky usg: }kjk of.kZr Hkkjrh; ekSf[kd :i ls loky iwNuk rFkk fy[kokuk
laLd`fr dh dqN fo'ks"krkvksa dks mtkxj fdjukA

O;kdj.k &
'kCn jpuk 'kCn Hksn

milxZ rFkk R;; dh ifjHkk"kk rFkk ;ksx vkSj 'kCn ds Hksnksa dk vH;kl djokuk Assessment 4 (Due on 28th July)
Li"Vhdj.kA
Group activityLewg ifjppkZ ,oa fyf[kr vfHkO;fDr

clar &fpf;ksa dh nqfu;k

clar & ;g lcls dfBu


11-31 Aug le; ugha
clar &dchj dh lkf[k;k
Hkkjr dh [kkst :;qxksa dk nkSj
1 7 Sep

8
SEP

O;kdj.k:- laKk] loZuke

O;kdj.k:- fo'ks"k.k, f;k


18 flrEcj
fuca/k ys[ku

Lrqr ikB ds }kjk vkt dh dfBu fLFkfr dks n'kkZdj ;g lan's k nsuk ekSf[kd :i ls iwNukAAssessment 5 Class
fd bls lcls dfBu le; ekuuk mfpr ughaA
Test(Due on 10th 19thAug) clar & ikB & fujkk
gqvk tk,
O;kdj.k & ;qXe 'kCn] foykse 'kCn vukFk ls m|eh rd
izLrqr lkf[k;ksa ds fofHkUu uhfr ijd lh[kksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA
vH;kl djokukA
xqIr 'kklu esa jk"Vh;rk vkSj lkezkT;okn] fodkl vkSj g~kl vkfn dk
Li"Vhdj.kAnf{k.k Hkkjrh; fLFkfr] 'kkafriw.kZ fodkl Hkkjr dh fons'kh vH;kl ds 'ukskj ,oa oLrqfu"B u djokukA
O;kikj] izkphu Hkkjr esa xf.kr 'kkL=
laKk] loZuke dh ifjHkkkk rFkk Hksn ,oa okD; esa ;ksx ls voxr
gksukA
fo'ks"k.k rFkk f;k dh ifjHkk"kk rFkk Hksnksa dh tkudkjh nsukA
cksMZ dk;Z ,oa vH;kl djokuk
fn, x, ladsr fcUnq ds vk/kkj ij fucU/k fy[kukA

O;kdj.k & 'kCn foosd


flrEcj

vusd 'kCnksa ds fy, ,d 'kCn] foykse 'kCn] i;kZ;okph 'kCn rFkk ikB:- clar & Hkkjr ,d [kkst & ;qxksa dk nkSj
eqgkojksa dh tkudkjh nsukA

1
1st
2nd

;kn djokdj iwNuk


Assessment 6 Individual (Due on 1st -4h Sept)

st

iqujko`fr
Semester Exam

September 21- 30

Semester Exam fuca/k:-vuqkklu dk egRo, lRlaxfr, nwk.k dh lEkL;k, o`{kkjksi.k : vko;Drk vkSj egRo, lkknkf;Drk: ,d vfHkkki, le; dk lnqi;ksx
Semester Exam fuca/k:-Hkkjr esa vkradokn,

egxk dh Hkkj , foKku ds c<Rks pj.k, HkkX; vkSj iq:"kkFkZ,

nsk se,

jk"Vh; ,drkA

HINDI SYLLABUS 2015-2016


Class - VIII
Units
1- 14
Oct

Themes
clar & dkepksj

II nd SEMESTER OCTOBER TO FEBRUARY

Subject :- Hindi

Learning Object
dkepksj dgkuh ds }kjk cPpksa dks lan's k nsuk fd ?kj ds gj lnL; dk ?kj ds dkeksa esa lg;ksx
djuk pkfg,A
izkphu Hkkjr dh fofHkUu leL;kvksa & vjc vkSj vQxku] ckcj vkSj vdcj] vkSjx
a tsc] j.kthr
flag vkSj t;flag ds 'kklu uhfr rFkk leL;kvksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA Hkkjr dh vkfFkZd i`"BHkwfe ls
Hkh cPpksa dks voxr djkukA

Assessment
'kCnkFkZ rFkk iz'ukskj iwNdj

1526
Oct

O;kdj.kf;k
fo'ks"k.k
O;kdj.k
leqPp;cks/kd 'kCn
fucU/k ys[ku

vfodkjh 'kCn dh ifjHkk"kk le>kdj f;k&fo'ks"k.k rFkk leqPp;cks/kd 'kCnksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA


fn, x, ladsr fcUnq ds vk/kkj ij fucU/k fy[kukA

vH;kl djokuk

27 Oct
to
6 Nov

clar & tc flusek us


cksyuk lh[kk

izLrqr fucU/k ds }kjk lokd fQYe dh 'kq:vkt rFkk mldh fo'ks"krkvksa dk Li"Vhdj.kA

Hkkjr dh [kkst & ubZ


leL;k,

fyf[kr rFkk ekSf[kd vH;kl


Assessment 1 (integrated) Tky lalk/ku
k
Project group (due on 12 - 16th Oct)

fo"k; vkS|ksfxdj.k

olar&lqnkekpfjr
9-14
Nov

clar & tgk ifg;k gS


&
calr & vdcjh yksVk

19-30
Nov

1 Dec
to
7 Dec

O;kdj.k&
O;kdj.k& 1- lEcU/k
cks/kd 2- foLe;kfn
cks/kd
Hkkjr dh [kkst &
vfUre nkSj ,d
O;kdj.k
dkjd &
O;kdj.k
dky &
O;kdj.k
fyax opu &

vH;kl ds iz'ukskj Assessment 2 (individual)


(due on 5 - 9 Nov) clar & tc flusek us cksyuk
lh[kk
izLrqr dfork ds }kjk Hkxoku Jh d`".k rFkk lqnkek dh fe=rk ij izdk'k Mkydj d`".k dh ekSu vH;kl ds iz'ukskj ds }kjk
d`ik dk Li"Vhdj.kA
izLrqr fucU/k ds }kjk ;g n'kkZuk fd lkbfdy dk iz;ksx dj xzkeh.k L=h;ka fdruh ykHkkfUor fofHkUu iz'uksa ds }kjkAssessment 3 Class Test
gqbZ gSA
(due on 23Nov 2 Dec) clar& dkepksj% O;kdj.k
& yksdksfDr;kWa (1-18 rd) fucU/k
izLrqr fucU/k ds }kjk cPpksa dks ;g lh[knsuk fd prqjkbZ rFkk lw>&cw> ls leL;kvksa dks Vkyk y?kq iz'uksa dks iwNdj rFkk vH;kl ds iz'uksa kj dks
tk ldrk gSA lkFk gh lPph fe=rk ds fy, fd, x;s R;kx dk Li"Vhdj.kA
fy[kokuk
vfodkjh ds bu nksuksa Hksnksa dh ifjHkk"kkvksa ls cPpksa dk voxr djok dj buds iz;ksx dks vH;kl djoku
le>kukA
vaxt
zs ksa ds tekus esa Hkkjr dh vkfFkZd] jktuhfrd] rFkk lkekftd fLFkfr dSlh Fkh blls cPpksa y?kq 'ukskj ,oa oLrqf"B u djokuk
dks voxr djokukA
dkjd dk fgUnh O;kdj.k esa D;k egRo gS rFkk blls fufeZr 'kCn ds :i ls okD; ds vFkZ esa tks fofHkUu mnkgj.kksa ds }kk vH;kl djokukA
ifjorZu gksrs gS mlls cPpksa dks voxr djkukA
f;k ds :i ls mlds lEiUu gksus ds le; dk irk pyrk gS blls cPpksa dks voxr djkukA

vH;kl djokuk

fyax rFkk opu dh ifjHkk"kkvksa rFkk Hksnksa dk Li"Vhdj.k dj buds iz;ksx ls cPpksa dks voxr cksMZ dk;Z ,oa vH;kl djokuk
djkukA

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22Dec

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4 Jan
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11Jan
to
25Jan

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to
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gSA

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iz'uksa dk mkj djokuk


Assessment 6 (individual)(due on 25 - 29th
Jan) ifj;kstuk ty gh thou gSA
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2nd Semester Exam


February(2015) 19 - 28
Books:- Basant (3), Bharat ki Khoj, Hindi Vyakaran.
Note Copies:- Please keep separate copies for Basant and Bharat ki Khoj(two copies) and for O;kdj.k ,oa jpuk (one copy).
Assessments :- Not submitted on time will carry minus one mark per day and will not be taken after 7days from the due date.
Note:-It is mandatory for the students to bring their Hindi note copy and book everyday to the class. They should also have their own pen & pencil.
Any kind of indisciplinary activity will not be tolerated and the students will be asked to give an explanation in writing for such activity.

SANSKRIT SYLLABUS FORCLASS 8th 1 Sem.2015-16


Unit/Chapter

Themes/Month/Days
March, 7 days (23-31
March)
Revision of previous
learnings

Learning Objectives
To make them more
comfortable with subject

Assessment Tools
Oral and written
Test

U -1
Ch -2

April-21 days
(1-30th April
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3 vkJe%

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Ass-1st (Integrated
Project) Group- (2024)

U-2
Ch. 1

May-11 days
(1-15th) May
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U-3
Ch.1

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(29th 8 July)

U-4
Ch.- 3

July 23 days (1-30July)


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(28 July -1 Aug)
group pray

U-5
Ch-1

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SANSKRIT SYLLABUS FOR CLASS 8th (2ndSem)


Unit/Chapt
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Ch-2

Months/Days/The
mes
Oct/18days/1-30
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Assessment Tools

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Ch- 2

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Individual Activity
Ass 3
Class test
(Nov-23-Dec-02)
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Group Activity

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Ch-2

U-11
Ch -2

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Class test
(11-15) Jan
Ass 6
IndividualActivity
(25-29) Jan
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ST.XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2015-16


Syllabus forTERM - 1
History:
Chapter1

SOCIAL SCIENCE
THEME
How, When and
Where

for
DURATION
23rd March 1April
6 periods

History:
Chapter 2

From Trade to
Territory

6th April 17th April


10 periods

Civics:
Chapter 1

The Indian
Constitution.

20th April 30th


April
8 periods

Civics:
Chapter 2

Understanding
Secularism

1st May 8th May


6 periods

Geography:
Chapter 1

Resources

11th 15th May


6 periods

Geography:
Chapter 2

Land, Soil, Water,


Natural vegetation

22nd June 3rd July

Class-8
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
(a) Introduce the changing
nomenclature of the
Subcontinent and regions.
(b) Delineate major developments
within the time frame.
(c) Suggest how the sources of
study for this period are different
to those of earlier periods.
(a) Unravel the story of a trading
company becominga political
power.
(b) Show how the consolidation of
British power waslinked to the
formation of colonial armies and
administrative structures.
(a) develop an understanding of the
rule of law and
our involvement with the law,
(b) understand the Constitution as
the primary source
of all our laws,
(c)Understand laws as evolving and
subject to change.
(d) understand the vision and the
values of the
Constitution,
(e) develop an appreciation of
human rights
guaranteed in the Constitution
(f) appreciate our continuous
involvement with the
constitution as a living document
(a) understand the vision and the
values of the
Constitution,
(b) develop an appreciation of
human rights
guaranteed in the Constitution
(c) appreciate our continuous
involvement with the
constitution as a living document
(a) To know the meaning of
resources
(b) Variety of resources,
(c) Location and distribution of
resources.

(a)To understand the importance


of resources in our life;

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
( Geography )
Agriculture

Class discussion on
British Rule in India.
Reasons for their
expansion and their
policy to rule.
Debate on which is
better- country with
Constitution OR
country without
Constitution

Group discussion on
What are the
advantages of being a
SECULAR country?

ASSESSMENT 2
Class Test
( History )
Ch-1 How, When and
Where
Ch-2 From Trade to
Territory
ASSESSMENT 3
Individual Activity
Page 1 of 4

History:
Chapter 3

and Wildlife
Resources

10 periods

Ruling the
Countryside

6th July 15th July


8 periods

History:
Chapter 4

Civics:
Chapter 3

Tribal, Dikus and


the Vision of a
Golden Age

16th July 29th July

Why do we need a
Parliament?

30th July 7th August

10 periods

6 periods

Civics:
Chapter 4

Understanding
Laws

10th August 17th


August
6 periods

Geography:
Chapter 3

Minerals and
Power Resources

18th August 31st


August
10 periods

History:
Chapter 5

When People
Rebel

1st September 11th


September
10 periods

Second
History:
Chapter 7

Semester
Weavers, Iron
Smelters and
Factory Owners

From
1 October 12th
October
st

7 periods
History:

Civilizing the

13st October 28th

(b)To appreciate the judicious use


of resources for
sustainable development;
(c)To develop awareness towards
resources conservation
and take initiative towards
conservation process;
(a) Provide a broad view of
changes within rural society
through a focus on two contrasting
regions.
(b) Show the continuities and
changes with earlier societies.
(c) Discuss how growth of new
crops often disrupted the rhythms
of peasant life and led to revolts.
(a) Discuss different forms of tribal
societies.
(b) Show how government records
can be read against the grain to
reconstruct histories of tribal
revolts.
(a) Understand why India chose a
parliamentary form of govt,
(b) Gain a sense\rationale of the
essential elements of
the parliamentary form of
government,
(c) Analyse the role of peoples
agency in placing
demands for legislation,
(a) Why do we need laws?
(b) How do new laws come into
being?
(c) Meaning of unpopular and
controversial laws.
(a) Importance of minerals and
power resources
(b) Conventional sources of
energy
(c) Non conventional sources of
energy
(a) Discuss how revolts originate
and spread.
(b) Point to the changes in colonial
rule after 1857.
(c) Illustrate how vernacular and
British accounts canbe read to
understand the rebellion.
1st October
(a) Indian textiles and the World
market
(b) Varieties of Indian textiles and
their history
(c) The decline of Indian textiles
(a) Show how the educational

Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

Class discussion on
Why British targeted
rural India?

ASSESSMENT 4
Group Activity

Skit to show how


Parliament works and
its importance.

ASSESSMENT 5
Class Test
( Geography )
Ch-1 Resources
Ch-2 Land, Soil.
Class discussion on
minerals of
Jharkhand and
condition of power
supply in Hazaribag.
ASSESSMENT 6
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation
17th February
ASSESSMENT 1
Integrated Project
( Geography )
Water as a Resource
Debate on British rule
Page 2 of 4

Chapter 7

Civics:
Chapter 7

Native,
Educating the
Nation

October

Understanding
Marginalization

29th October 6th


November

7 periods

6 periods

Civics:
Chapter 8

Confronting
Marginalization

9th November 24th


November
6 periods

Geography:
Chapter 4

Agriculture

26thNovember
- 7th December
6 periods

Geography:
Chapter 5

Industries

8th December 16th


December
6 periods

History:
Chapter 9

Women, Caste and


reform

17st December 22nd


December
8 periods

Civics:
Chapter 9

Public Facilities

4th January 11th


January
6 periods

Geography:
Chapter 6

Human Resources

12th January- 19th


January
6 periods

History:
Chapter 10

The Making of the


National
Movement

20th January 29th


January

system that is seen as universal and


normal today has a history.
(b) Discuss how the politics of
education is linked to questions of
power and cultural identity.
(a) understand what is meant by
marginalised,
(b) gain a critical understanding of
social and economic
injustices,
(b)Develop skills to analyse an
argument from the marginalised
point of view.
(a) Laws for marginalization
(b) Promoting Social Justice
(c) Protecting the Rights of Dalit
and Adivasis

(a) Learn about various types of


farming
(b) Types of farming
(c) Agricultural development in two
different regions.
(b) Classification of Industries
(c) Factors affecting location of
industries and industrial region
(c) Industrial disaster and risk
reduction measures
(a) Discuss why so many reformers
focused on the womens question,
and how they visualised a change in
womens conditions.
(b) Outline the history of new laws
that affect womens lives.
(c) Illustrate how autobiographies,
biographies and other literature can
be used to reconstruct the histories
of women.
(a) think about the role of
government in the economic
sphere,
(b)See some links between peoples
aspirations\ needs and role of
government.
(a) To understand the role of
human resources indevelopment of
nations economy
(b) Distribution of population
(c) Factors affecting distributing of
population
(a) Outline the major developments
within the national movement and
focuses on a detailed study of one

was GOOD or BAD


for India and Indian.

ASSESSMENT 2
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
( C.W & H.W )
& Class Participation

ASSESSMENT 3
Class Test
( Civics )
Ch-7 Understanding
Marginalization
Ch-8 Confronting
Marginalization
Group discussion on
Why India is called
agriculturist country.

ASSESSMENT 4
Group Activity
( History )
Debate on Which is
better following
traditional way of life
or modern way of
life.

Class discussion on
How much our
Government
succeeded in
providing Public
facility.
ASSESSMENT 5
Class Test
( History )

ASSESSMENT 6
Individual Activity
Copy Correction
Page 3 of 4

8 periods

Civics:
Chapter 10

Laws and Social


Justice

1st February- 5th


February
5 periods

major event.
(b) Show how contemporary
writings and documentscan be used
to reconstruct the histories of
political movements.
(a) Discuss the successes and
failures
(a) What is a worker`s worth?
(b) A case study on Bhopal Gas
Tragedy
(c) new laws to protect Workers
and Environment

( C.W & H.W )


& Class Participation

Debate on Indian
laws is strict or
flexible.

The class will be divided into five groups for group activities, discussion and quiz.
Late comers wont be allowed inside the class.
The students will keep three regular note books and a thin copy for test and probable questions from each unit.
Atlas should be brought on the days when we have geo. Classes in the schedule.
Assignments must be submitted as per schedule. Late submission will cause deduction of one mark for each day
up to a maximum relaxation of three days.
Grading policy and evaluation rubrics of assignment will be communicated at the time of giving the assignments.
Answer sheets are to be kept in the class files after getting signed by the parents.
Discipline and decorum of class should be maintained.

Page 4 of 4

Subject-General Science 1st Semester(23rd March to 18th September2015) Class-8th


Units

Themes/Date

III. The
World of
The Living

1. CropProduction

II.
Materials

rd

th

23 Mar-10 April

4.Combustion and
Flame
13th April-24th April

IV. Moving
Things,
People and
Ideas.

I. Food

II.
Materials

III. The
World of
The Living

Assessment
Tools/Projects

Understand agriculture and crop plants ,crop seasons in India ,basic


agriculture practices, implements used in agriculture. Differentiate
between manure and fertilizers. Know about nitrogen fixation.
Different methods used in the Crop management.

Preparing herbarium
specimens of some crop
plants; collection of some
seeds etc; preparing a
table/chart on different
irrigation practices and
sources of water in
different parts of India;
looking at roots of any
legume crop for nodules,
hand section of nodules

Meaning of Combustion, Combustible and non-combustible


substances, Conditions essential for combustion, Ignition
temperature, Inflammable substances, types of combustion (Rapid,
Spontaneous, explosion etc.), what is Flame, Zones of a candle
flame, Types of flames, Basic idea of Fuels, Calorific Value and Fuel
efficiency, Air Pollution, cause due to burning of fossil fuels, Fireextinguishers and its types.

ASSESSMENT 1;(Integrated Project)

Agriculture

6.Friction

27th April-15th May

2.Microorganisms:
Friend and Foe
22th June-3rd July

1.Synthetic Fibre
And Plastic
6th July-21st July

lV. Moving
Things,
People and
Ideas.

Learning Objectives

5.Force and
Pressure
22nd July--14th Aug

Cell Structure
and Function

17th Aug--12th Sept

What is Friction? Cause of Friction, Factors affecting friction, why


friction: Is a necessary Evil, Importance of friction in daily life
activities, Static friction, Sliding and Rolling friction, Means of
Increasing and reducing frictions and their daily life applications,
uses of Ball-bearings, Lubrication, Polishing, Treads on Tyre etc.
Fluid friction and its effects.
Introduction to microorganisms, general idea/salient features of
groups of microorganisms-Algae, Fungi, Bacteria, Protozoa, Viruses.
Important features of Viruses, Bacteriophage.
POSITIVE : Commercial use of microorganisms in bakery and dairy
industry, Medicinal use of microorganisms-antibiotics, Vaccination,
Immunization; Nitrogen fixer and cleaning of environment.
NEGATIVE: Harmful microorganisms, Pathogens, Vectors or
Carriers, Disease causing microorganisms in animals/humans; some
common plat Diseases, Food poisoning, Food spoilage and
preservation, Nitrogen cycle.
Introduction of Synthetic fibre/monomer and Polymer, Types of
synthetic fibres- Uses of Nylon, Polyester, Rayon, and acrylic, their
advantages and disadvantages, Characteristics of synthetic fibre.
Plastic, Types of plastic-Thermoplastic and Thermosetting Plastic,
Properties of plastic, Uses of plastic, Why plastic is a popular choice,
Plastic and Environment, 4Rs

What is Force? Nature of Force, Effects Of Force on


Bodies, Joint forces on a body,
Contact ForcesMuscular Force and Friction, Spring Balance.
Non-Contact Forces- Magnetic, Electrostatic, Gravitational Forces.
What is Pressure? Numerical and reasoning based questions on
Pressure, Force and Area, Pressure exerted by liquids and gases and
its measurement, Atmospheric pressure and Barometer
CELL - BASIC UNIT OF LIFE : Cell as a basic unit of life,
discovery, cell-theory; compound Microscope, electron Microscope,
use of stain to observe cell, prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells,
Unicellular Vs multicellular organisms; Animal Vs Plant Cell, cell
membrane and cell wall, Basic idea of cell organelles; chloroplast,
mitochondria, vacuoles, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus;
nucleus, chromosomes
What is tissue, basic idea of Plant and Animal tissue.

Revision-11th to 18th September 2015

Application of
Knowledge
Demonstrating friction between
rough/smooth surfaces of
moving objects in contact, and
wear and tear of the moving
objects by rubbing (eraser on
paper, card board, sand paper,
Tiles

ASSESSMENT 2;-(Classtest)
ASSESSMENT 3;-

Individual Activity)5-

ASSESSMENT 4: (Group
activity)

ASSESSMENT 5: (Class test)


.Chapt:- Friction and
Synthetic Fibre.

ASSESSMENT 6:
(Individual Activity)

Subject-General Science 2nd Semester(1st October to 17th February) Class-8th


Units

Themes/Date

Learning Objectives

VI. Natural
Phenomena

5.Light

What is light? Rectilinear propagation of Light, Basic idea of


Reflection and its laws, Regular and Irregular Reflections,
Characteristics of the image formed by a plane mirror, Luminous and
Non Luminous objects, Multiple images formed by two plane mirrors
kept at an angle of 0, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 180 , Kaleidoscope,
Dispersion of light and its cause, Refraction, Prism, Spectrum, nature
of white light Basic idea of Convex and Concave Mirror and Lens,
their main uses, Real Vs Virtual image, Structure of Human eye,
Defects of vision, Care of eyes, Braille system, Nutrition and eye
health.

Contd.

6.Stars And
Solar System

st

th

1 Oct-26 Oct

27th Oct-9th Nov

V. How
Things
Work

IV. Moving
Things,
People and
Ideas.

4.Chemical
Effects of
Electric Current
11th Nov-27th Nov

3.Sound
30th Nov-17th Dec

Introduction to Universe, Astronomical units- AU, Light Year, Parsec;


Galaxy and its types, Constellations- Orion, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor,
Difference between galaxy and constellation.
Brief Idea of Stars, Solar system-Sun and planets, Difference between
a star and a planet, How sun generates tremendous amount of energy,
Introduction to the 8 planets of our Solar system and their unique
features. Natural Satellites (moon), Asteroids, Meteors, Comets.
Artificial Satellites-Geostationary and Sun-Synchronous Satellites,
their nature and applications
What is Chemical effect of Current? Good and bad conductor of
electricity, Circuit LED etc.
conductivity of
water-Pure and Impure, How can liquids conduct electricity, basic idea
of Ions, Electrolysis, Electrolyte, Electrochemistry.
Electrolysis of Pure water and its products, Electrolysis of Copper
Sulphate solution, Various applications of electrolysis- Electro
refining and Electroplating.
What is Sound? How is sound produced? Types of Sound Waves Longitudinal and Transverse, Production of sound in human
beings(Voice box), Propagation of sound always requires a medium,
Musical instruments (String, Percussion, Blow etc.), Music Vs Noise.
Basic idea and Relation between Amplitude, Frequency and Time
Period of a vibration (Oscillatory motion), Quality of sound-Pitch and
Loudness. Speed of sound and Mach number, Human range of
Audibility, Infrasonic and Ultrasonic sound, SONAR, Structure of
human ear

V. How
Things
Work

Metals And NonMetals

Elements, Symbols of some common elements, Classification of


elements- Metals, Non- Metals and Metalloids. Comparison of the
Properties of metals and non metals (Physical).
Comparison of the Chemical properties of metals and non metals- with
respect to Oxygen, Water and Dilute acids, Reactivity series,
Displacement Reactions, Some common uses of metals and non
metals. Corrosion of metals and how to prevent it (Galvanization,
polishing, plating and making Alloys, basic idea of some common
Alloys)

III. The
World of
The Living

Sexual
reproduction
and Endocrine
system

Sexual reproduction and endocrine system in animals ,Secondary


sexual characters ,reproductive health; internal and external
fertilization ,development of the baby, what is adolescence and
puberty? Endocrine system, reproductive health.

4th Jan-15th Jan

th

th

18 Jan-29 Jan

VII.
Natural
Resources

Coal and
Petrolium
1st Feb- 9

th

Feb

Mans intervention in
phenomena of nature
What do we do with
wood?
What if we had no
wood?
What will happen it we go

Consequences of deforestation: scarcity of products for humans


and
other living beings, change in physical properties of soil,
reduced rainfall. Reforestation; recycling of paper.
Formation of coal and petroleum in nature. (fossil fuels?).
Consequences of over extraction of coal and petroleum. Water

Assessment
Tools/Projects
ASSESSMENT 1 ;(Integrated Project)
Minerals

ASSESSMENT 2:(Individaul Project);Prepare an Assignment


Report on Eye defect with
proper ray diagram.
ASSESSMENT 3:- (Class
test) 1
Chapter:- Light, Chemical
effect and Solar system.

ASSESSMENT 4;- (Group


Activity) 15- 19 Dec
Make a model of Solar
system using different
waste materials.

ASSESSMENT 5:- ( Class


test)
Chapter :- Sound , Mental-Non
metal.

on cutting trees/grass
without limit?
What do we do with coal
and petroleum?
Can we create coal and
petroleum artificially?

Pollution of Air
and Water

Intro of the Pollution: And different types of the Pollution: Effects of


air pollution; Effects of Acid rain: The Greenhouse effect: Methods of
reducing air pollution: Removing pollutants from Industrial waste
gases: Using cleaner sources of energy: What indicates water pollution
? : Types of water pollution: effect of soil pollution: and preventing or
reducing water pollution: purification of water on a large scale:
Purification of water at home.

ASSESSMENT 6:- (
Individual Activity)

Revision- 10th Feb to 17th Feb 2016

Academic goal: Since all the above-mentioned chapters have been already introduced to the students in their previous
classes, the goal of General Science at the level of Std 8th is to correlate their previous knowledge with newer concepts on the
given topics and help the students to apply the same in this Class and real life problems.

Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class is liable to sanction and penalty

Main book: NCERT textbook of G.Science for Std 8th


All must bring the textbook and Notebook to the class every day.
Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments and even for the class.
Failure to submit assignments on due date will result in the deduction of 1marks for each day late. After
three days of the due date the assignments will never be accepted.

Syllabus for 2015-16


1st Semester (23st March to 18th September2015)

Subject-Maths
UNITS

THEMES

I.

CLASS WORK ,HOME


WORK,PRACTICE
SUMS FROM SIDE
BOOKS

LINEAR EQUATION
OF ONE VARIABLE
(1st JULY-16th JULY)

APPLICATION OF LINEAR EQUATION,


WORD PROBLEMS SOLVED BY LINEAR
EQUATION IN PRACTICAL LIFE.

(Assessment 3- Class
test- chapater- 1 to 4)
DATE- 7THJULY

COMPARING
QUANTITIES(17th JULY-

PROFIT AND LOSS,ESTIMATION IN


PERCENTAGE,PRICES RELATED TO
BUYING AND SELLING,SALES TAX,VAT,
SIMPLE
INTEREST,COMPOUND
INTEREST
POLYGON,
CLASSIFICATION
OF
POLYGON, CONVEX AND CANCAVE
POLYGON, ANGLE SUM PROPERTY,
EXTERIOR ANGELESOF A POLYGON,
KINDS OF QUADILATERAL, SOME
SPECIAL PARALLEOGRAMS.
CONSTRUCTION OF DIFFERENT TYPES
OF QUADRILATERALS.

(Assessment 4GROUP ACTIVITY)


DATE- 28|7 to 1|8

(23st Mar

-15th

APRIL)

EXPONENTS AND
POWERS
(16th -26th APRIL)

III.

SQUARE AND
SQUARE ROOTS; (27th
APRIL-15th MAY)

IV.

CUBE AND CUBE


ROOTS( 22th JUNE-30th
JUNE)

V.

VI.

7th AUG)

VII.

UNDERSTANDING
QUADRILATERAL(10th
AUG-26th AUG)

VIII.

PRACTICAL
GEOMETRY(27th AUG11th SEP)

ASSESSMENT
TOOLS

-NUMBER SYSTEM, PROPERTIES OF


RATIONAL NUMBER, OPERATION OF
RATIONAL,
- NUMBER, REPRESENTATION OF
RATIONAL NUMBER ON NUMBER LINE
SYSTEM.
LAW OF EXPONENTS, USE OF
EXPONENTS TO EXPRESS SMALL
NUMBERS IN STANDERD FORM,
COMPARING VERY LARGE AND SMALL
NUMBERS.
SQUARE NUMBER,NUMBER BETWEEN
SQUARE
NUMBER,ADDING
ODD
NUMBER.PRODUCT
OF
TWO
CONSECUTIVE
EVEN
AND
ODD
NATURAL
NUMBER,PYTHAGOREAN
TRIPLETS,SQUARE ROOT BY PRIME
FACTORIZATION METHOD AND LONG
DIVISON METHOD.
FINDING CUBE ROOT BY PRIME
FACTORISATION METHOD

RATIONAL NUMBER

II.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Class 8th

th

REVISION- 12 Sept-18 Sept

Assessment-1
Integrated project 20|4
to 24|4

ASSESSMENT-2
Class test 6|5 to
15|5 Chapter 1 and2.

ASSESSMENT-3
Individual activity
29|6 to 8|7

(Assessment- 5
Class Test 10|8 to
19|8

(Assessment- 6
Individual activity
1|9 to 4|9.

Subject-_Maths

2nd Semester( 7thtOctober-16th February2016) Class-8th

ALGEBRIC EXPRESSIONAND
IDENTITIES( 1st OCT-16th
OCT)

TERMS
,FACTORSAND
COFFICIENTS,
MONOMIAOL,
BINOMIAL
AND
POLYNOMIAL,
ADDITION
AND
SUBSTRACTION OF ALGEBRIC EXPRESSION,
MULTIPLICATION AND DIVITION OF
ALGEBRIAC EXPRESSION , ALGEBRIC
IDENTITIES

Assessment 1 Integrated
project
Date 12 to 16 Oct

X.

MENSURATION( 26st OCT 10th NOV)

AREA, TOTAL SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME


OF QUBE, QUBOID AND CYLINDER.AREA OF
TRAPIZIUM.

Assessment 2Individual Activity


Date-5|11 to 9|11

XI.

DIRECT AND INVERSE


PROPORTIONS( 19th NOV26th NOV)

IX.

SUMS BASED ON DIRECT AND INVERSE


PROPORTION

XII.

FACTORISATION( 27th NOV9th DEC)

USING IDENTITIES, BY MIDDLE TERM


SPLIT, DIVISION OF POLYNOMIAL BY
MONOMIAL,
FINDING
ERRORS
IN
ALGEBRIC EXPRESSION.

XIII.

INTRODUCTION TO GRAPH
(10th DEC-18th DEC)

COORDINATES, LOCATION OF POINT, SOME


APPLICATION.

XIV.

DATA HANDELING (4rd JAN15th JAN)

PICTOGRAPH, BAR GRAPH, DOUBLE BAR


GRAPH, GROUPING DATA, BARS WITH A
DIFFERENCE, PIE charts,
CHANCES AND PROBABILITY, OUTCOMES
AS EVENTS

XV.

VISUALISATION OF SOLID
SHAPES( 18th JAN-30st JAN)

VIEWS OF 3-D SHAPES, MAPPING SPACE


AROUND US, FACES, EDGES, AND VERTICES.

XVI.

PLAYING WITH NUMBERS


(2nd FEB-10th FEB)

NUMBERS IN GENERAL FORM, REVERSING


THE DIGITS, TEST OF DIVISIBILITY BY
TWO, THREE, FIVE, NINE AND TEN.

th

ASSESSMENT-3
th
Class test (due date-23 to
12 thdec
) chapter 9 and 10
CLASS WORK ,HOME
WORK,PRACTICE SUMS
FROM SIDE BOOKS
ASSESSMENT-4
GROUP ACTIVITY.11|12 to
15|12
ASSESSMENT -5
CLASS TEST( chpt:- 12,13)
DATE 11|1 to 15|1

ASSESSMENT -6
INDIVIDUAL
ACTIVITY(DATE25|1 to
29|1
CLASS WORK ,HOME
WORK,PRACTICE SUMS
FROM SIDE BOOKS

th

REVISION- 11 Feb-16 Feb

Academic goal: Since all the above-mentioned chapters have been already introduced to the students in their
previous classes, the goal of mathematics at the level of Std 8 is to correlate their previous knowledge with newer
concepts on the given topics and help the students to apply the same in mathematical and real life problems.

For late submission of the Activity two marks will be deducted. And after 3 days it
will be not accepted.
Main book: NCERT textbook of mathematics for Std 8.
All must bring the textbook and Notebook to the class every day.
Term I: Units :- 1 to 8
Term II : Units:- 9 to 16
Reference Books : Mathematics by R.D. Sharma & Mathematics by R.S. Agarwal.

UNIT/ THEME
1

Aaina-e- Urdu-6
Hamd

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAG SYLLABUS OF URDU CLASS


FIRST SEMESTER APRIL 2015- SEPTEMBER 2015
LESSSON
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
DATES
March:
23rd 31st

To know how to thank god.


To learn what are the expectations of God from us.

- VIII

2015-16

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

make sentences, fill in the blanks.


Ques-ans.

Dr.Zakir Hussain

April:
7th 24th

To know about Dr. zakirhussain and his contribution in


literature.

Sheikh Saadi ki
Haqayaat

To know about the famous poet and scholar saadi.

Jash-e-azadi,
Ek Khat

Aril:
27th to
30th
May:
1st to15th

June:
22nd- 26th

To know more about Saeeda and seek lessons from her


life and secrifices.

Summary, word meaning, plural to


singular, opposite words.

Saeeda ki
Amman-1 & 2
Qadim Yadgarein

June
29th- 10th
July

To know the real story of life and how they help us in


developing further

Ek the Badshah

July:
13th to 30th

To know about true kingship its importance and various


aspects.

Assessment- 3
Individual Activity
Due Date-29th Jun -8thJuly 2015
Assessment-4
Group Activity (Urdu Drama)
Due Date-28th July-1st Aug 2015

Magroor Juta

Aankhonkanor

August:
3rd to 12th
August:
13th-21st

10

Aazmaish

11

Science Ki kahani

August:
24-31st
September
:
1st to 4th

To know more about the freedom struggle.


To know about the letter written by Pd.Nehru.

Assessment-1
Project(national integration) Integrated
Due Date -20-24th April 2015

Summary, word meaning, plural to


singular, opposite words.
Assessment- 2
Class Test(ch-2,3,4,5,6)
Due Date-6-15thMay 2015

make sentences, fill in the blanks.


To know about the love of son.
How much the parents are concerned about their
children.

Assessment-5
Class test(ch-8,9,)
Due Date-10-19th Aug 2015

A poetic realization of the test for life.

Ques-ans. Word meanings.

To know more about the contributions of various


scientists in Science.

Assessment- 6
Individual Activity
Speech
Due Date-1-4th Sep 2015
1

12

Revision

September
:
7TH to
18TH
FIRST SEMESTER EXAM: SEPTEMBER 21 30; UNITS 1- 12
SECOND SEMESTER :

UNIT/THEME
1

Aaina-eurdu-7
Hamd

LESSON
DATES

OCTOBER 2015-- FEBRUARY 2016

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

ASSESSMENT TOOLS

October:
1st to 5th

To know more about almighty God.

Abu khan kibakri

October:
6th to 13th

To know the story of abu khan kibakri.

Waqt

Oct: 1416th

To realize the importance of time.

Summary, fill in the blanks, letter writing,


essay writing .

Payame aman

Oct-Nov
26th to 6th

To remember the childhood days.


Meassage of peace.

Hamdardi

November
19th to 30th

To realize the importance of sympathy.

Assessment- 2
Individual Activity(Speech)
Due Date-5-9thNov 2015
Assessment- 3
Class test(ch-1,2,3,4)
Due Date-23rd Nov-2nd Dec 2015

December
1st to 11th

To know the family life of zaibunnisha and seek


lessons from her life.

Zaibunnisa
begum
Tawakkal

December
14th to 22nd

To realize the importance of faith and sacrifice.

Panchayat -1 & 2

January:
4th to 8th

To learn village life & its problems by premchand

Opposite words ,fill in the blanks, Ques&


ans.

Md Ali Jauhar

January:
11th to 22nd

To know about Md Ali Jauhar& his sacrifices for the


country.

10

Muhazzab Quam

Assessment-5
Class test(ch-3,6,7,8)
Due Date-11-15th Jan 2016
Assessment- 6 Individual Activity(Speech)

January

To know about the cultured nations.

Summary, word meaning, plural to


singular, opposite words.
Assessment-1
Project work(Informatiom Technology)
Due Date -12-16thOct 2015

Word meanings, ques&ans, make


sentences, fill in the blanks.
Assessment-4
Group Activity
Science kikahaani
Due Date-11-15th Dec 2015

25th to 29th
11

12

Ek
makraaurmakkhi
Revision

February:
1 to 5th

Their importance.

Due Date-25-29th Jan 2016

To learn about spider and flies cleverness.

Word meanings, ques&ans, make


sentences, fill in the blanks.

And also to seek lessons.

Feb:
7th -17th
SECOND SEMESTER EXAM: FEBRUARY 19 29: UNITS 1 - 11

Points to be noted:

Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class are liable to sanction and penalty.
Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments and coming to class.
Failure to submit assignments on due date without any legitimate reason will result in the deduction of 1marks for each days delay. After three
days of the due date the assignments will not be accepted at all.
All the students are expected to be well prepared for the class. They need to carry along with them, their note copies and required text books
every day.
All the students are expected to complete their notes of the exercises at the end of each chapter and submit their copies to the teacher for
correction.