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CLASS VII
INDEX
S.No. Contents
Page No.
1.
Preface
2
2.
General Guidelines
3
3.
Schedule of distribution of units in the syllabus
4
4.
Syllabus in Detail :
•
English
5
•
HIndi
6
•
Mathematics
9
•
Science
10
•
Social Science
11
•
Sanskrit
12
•
French
14
•
Information Technology
14
•
G.K. & Value Education
15
•
Art & Craft
16
•
Music
16
•
Dance
16
•
Physical Education
17
(1)
CLASS VII
PREFACE
Curriculum planning is a continuous process. It is crucial in the context of education and plays an important role in bringing out
desirable social, economic and cultural changes. By designing relevant and detailed syllabi for different stages of school
education an important link is established between educational objectives and the expected developmental goals in a
systematic and graded manner.
It is imperative to consider the various issues and concerns in education and relate them to social, economic and cultural
issues along with numerous other issues related to environment, industry, agriculture conservation of natural resources,
defence, health, nutrition and population and give fresh look to these issues while designing syllabi in an integrated manner.
There is also an urgent need to address some other educational concerns like eliminating imbalances, facing the impact
globalization, meeting the challenges of information and communication technology, linking education with life-skills and
harnessing education for value development. Emphasis is laid on the process of learning and developing necessary academic
and social skills than more acqusition off acts.
The National Curriculum Frameworkfor school Education recommends a common scheme of studies for the upper
primary stage (3 years) with emphasis on the skills of learning. This scheme of studies is as follows :
1.
2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
Three Languages - mother tongue / regional language, modern Indian language and English
Mathematics
Science and Technology
Social Sciences
Work Education
Art Education - Fine Art, Visual and Performing
Health and Physical Education
The prescribed syllabus is an excellent course designed under the new norms of the NCERT Syllabus and guidelines. It holds
a modern approach of teaching for the development of a young and creative mind. The illustrations and fun filed activities along
with the class room teaching facilities the learners to develop power of thinking and analyzing. The syllabus is designed so that
the assessment system, child's Psychology, period distribution quality grasping and activities goes hand in hand
systematically.
(2)
CLASS VII
GENERAL GUDELINES FOR THE STUDENTS
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2.
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7.
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12.
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16.
Student should be present in the class at the start of the period and reach in time for all other activities and functions.
Attendance on the last day of school before vacation and first of the school after vacation's absolutely essential.
Students are required to behave politely at all times and should not use indecent languages or, indulge in fights and
quarrels with other children in the school. Any behaviour likely to cause hurt to others in the matter of language,
religion or community is strictly prohibited.
Children should refrain themselves from the following activities :
Spitting in or near the school building, disfiguring or otherwise damaging the school property, smoking, any form of
gambling, use of drugs, intoxicants, rowdyism and rude behaviour, use of violence in any form and casteism and
communalism.
No students should scratch or damage the school property or write or draw on the walls or cause damage in any
way to any item belonging to the school or to others in the school. Any damage done will render the students liable
for recovery of damages.
In the absence of the teacher from the classroom students are required to observe silence and obey the monitor of
the class.
Every student should have his/her own textbook, stationery and other material required for studies, Articles should
not be exchanged, nor should money be borrowed or lent.
A student who uses unfair means in the examination will render himself/herself liable to such punishment as is
considered necessary by the Principal/Headmistress.
The general behaviour of students should be good not only within the school but also outside. Any reported
objectionable conduct within or outside the school will make the student liable for disciplinary action.
Every student should take care of his/her personal belongings, School authorities will not be responsible for loss of
such belongings.
It is the duty of all students to keep their classrooms and other places in and around the school clean and in order.
All waste paper and other discardable material should be thrown in the dust bin.
No student is allowed to write on the black board unless asked to do so by the teacher.
Before leaving the class room at the end of the day they should arrange the desks and chairs in proper order, put
off the lights and fans, close the windows, throw the waste and unwanted materials into the dust bin and then leave
the class room.
A student should come to the school in proper uniform which should be properly washed & ironed.
A student should greet/wish everybody with a pleasant smile.
Violation of the rules and regulations of the school and the code of conduct will render the concerned student liable
to punishment including removal from the rolls of the school.
(3)
CLASS VII
UNIT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE SYLLABUS (2014-15)
CLASS VII
Units
Unit 1
Unit 2
Unit 3
Summer Vacation
Unit 4
Unit 5
Unit 6
Unit 7
Unit 8 & Revision
Summative Assessment-I
Autumn Break :
Unit 9
Unit 10
Unit 11
Unit 12
Unit 13
Unit 14 & Revision
Summative Assessment-II
Assessment Schedule :
Assessment
Dates
From
02-04-14
15-04-14
28-04-14
19-05-2014
01-07-14
14-07-14
28-07-14
11-08-14
01-09-14
15-09-2014
01-10-2014
09-10-14
03-11-14
24-11-14
08-12-14
22-12-14
27-01-15
16-02-2015
No. of Days
To
11-04-14
08
25-04-14
09
16-05-14
15
30-06-2014
11-07-14
10
25-07-14
10
08-08-14
10
30-08-14
14
12-09-14
10
30-09-2014
08-10-2014
01-11-14
14 (Including Diwali break)
21-11-14
14
06-12-14
12
19-12-14
09
23-01-15
15 (Including Winter Break)
13-02-15
16
13-03-2015 (Tentative)
Dates
From
To
FA 1/UT 1
05-05-2014
09-05-2014
FA 2/UT 2
04-08-2014
08-08-2014
Summative Assessment-I
15-09-2014 - 30-09-2014
FA 3/UT 3
24-11-2014
29-11-2014
UT 4 (Class XI)
12-01-2015
17-01-2015
FA 4 (IV-VIII)
19-01-2015
23-01-2015
Summative Assessment-II
16-02-2015 - 13-03-2015 (Tentative for Classes I-VIII).
Dates for commencement of SA-2 will be notified by CBSE.
(4)
CLASS VII
ENGLISH
GENERAL :
• To enforce the learning process initiated
through the reading material.
• To provide practice in the active use of what
the children have read & perhaps
understood instructively.
SPECIFIC :
• To develop the child's ability to read and
comprehend.
• To deal with the meaning of contextual
words spellings and sentence building and
also incorporate much extension work.
• To include work on the more formal areas of
language study grammar, syntax, structures,
punctuation and idiomatic usage.
• To develop the functional as well as creative
writing skills.
METHODOLOGY :
• Situational and communication language
teaching methodologies would be followed.
• Teaching will be more activity based so that
there is active participation amongst the
learners.
• Role playing would be done for better
understanding of the drama chapters in
literature.
• Stress on board work will be emphasized.
• Interactive teaching will be enhanced.
Prescribed Books : The English Channel
Literature Reader), The English Channel Course
Book (By Brittanica (Inidia) Pvt. Ltd.)
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
Literature : The Eagle
MCB
: A Night with a Wolf
Grammar : Nouns, Gender, Number (Revision
of previous class)
W. Skills
: Notice writing
Activity
: Recitation competition
Unit 2
Literature
MCB
Grammar
W. Skills
Activity
Unit 3
Literature
MCB
Grammar
W. Skills
Activity
Unit 4
Literature
MCB
Grammar
W. Skills
Activity
Unit 5
Literature
MCB
Grammar
W. Skills
Activity
Unit 6
Literature
MCB
Grammar
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
: The how much land does a man
need ?
: Daffodils
: The sentence, Subject &
Predicate, (Revision of previous
class), Jumbled words, Adjectives
: Message writing, Comprehension
passage & Poem
: Project on nature poets of 18th
century & their work. (Any 2
poets).
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
: The Camel's Complaint
: The Shadow and the Earth
: Determiners
: Informal letter, Comprehension
passage & Poem
: Write an autobigraphy of a camel
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
: A Merry Christmas
: Travelling through the countryside
: Transitive and intransitive verb
: Formal letter, Comprehension
passage & Poem
: Make a travelogue of a
countryside that you have visited
recently
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
: Lines composed in a wood on a
windy day
: Edward Jenner
: Adverb
: Formal letter (contd),
Comprehension passage & Poem
: Project on Edward Jenner & his
contribution
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
: The ransom of red chief
: Instead of the war drum
: Tense (Simple Present, Present
(5)
continuous, Present Perfect,
Present Perfect Continuous,
Simple Future, Future Continuous,
Future Perfect, Future Perfect
Continuous)
W. Skills
: Diary Entry, Comprehension
passage & Poem
Activity
: Declamation on the topic-'The
importanceof peace in today's
world.
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Literature : Billy Rabbit to Mary
MCB
: Indian Weavers
Grammar : Tense (Past Perfect, Past Perfect
Continuous, Simple Future, Future
Continuous, Future Perfect, Future
Perfect Continuous)
W. Skills
: Poster Making, Comprehension
passage & Poem
Activity
: Poster making comp. 'Smoking is
injurious to health'. (Group activity)
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Revision of Literature, MCB, Grammar & Writing
Skills for SA-1 & Solution of sample paper.
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Literature : The Postmaster
MCB
: The Chocolate Cream Soldier
Grammar : Reported Speech, Comprehension
Pasage & Poem
W. Skills
: Dialogue writing
Activity
: Turn Coat Debate on 'The
importance of Games & Sports in
today's world'. (Time : 2 min.)
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Literature : The postmaster
MCB
: The Chocolate Cream Soldier
(contd)
Grammar & W. Skills Revision for FA-3
Comprehension Pasage & Poem
Activity
: Writing of a dialogue on a given
situation
CLASS VII
Unit 11
Literature
MCB
Grammar
W. Skills
Activity
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
: Lochinvar
: The Secret's of Machine
: Preposition, Comprehension
: Speech writing
: Speech on 'Technology in our daily
lives'
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Literature : The Seven ages of Man
MCB
: Ranikhet's Gift
Grammar : Pronouns & its kind
W. Skills
: Article Writing
Activity
: Collage making on 'Save Fuel'
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Literature : The Lonely Giant
MCB
: The Native Land
Grammar : Active Passive
W. Skills
: E-mail
Activity
: Activity on Listening Skill
LIterature, MCB & W. Skills Revision of FA-4
Grammar : Active-Passive (contd)
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
Revision & Solution of Sample paper
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE :
FA-1
05/05/2014 to 09/05/2014
Literature : The Eagle
MCB
: A Night with a Wolf
Grammar : Noun and Adjectives
Comprehension Pasage & Poem
W. Skills
: Notice writing
Activity
: Write an autobiogrpahy of a camel.
FA-2
04/08/2014 to 08-08/2014
Literature : How much land does a man need ?
MCB
: The Shadow of the Earth
Grammar : Determiners, Jumbled Words
W. Skills
: Message wiriting
Comprehension Pasage & Poem
Activity
: Declamation 'The importance of
Peace in today's world.
SA-1
15/09/2014 to 30/09/2014
Literature : The Eagle, The Camel's
Complaint, A Merry Christmas,
Lines Composed in a wood, The
Ransom of Red Chief
MCB
: Instead of the war drum, Travelling
through the Countryside, Edward
Jenner, Indian Weavers
Grammar : Adjectives & its kind, Adverbs & its
kind, Determiners, Tense, Edit the
Error, Omission, Jumbled words
W. Skills
: Formal letter, Informal letter, Diary
entry, Poster making, Notice
writing
Comprehension Pasage & Poem
FA-3
24/11/2014 to 29-11/2014
Literature : Billy rabbit to Mary, The Chocolate
Cream Soldier
Grammar : Reported Speech
Comprehension Pasage & Poem
W. Skills
: Dialogue writing
Activity
: Speech 'Technology in our daily
lives
FA-4
19/01/2015 to 23-01/2015
Literature : The Postmaster, The Secret's
Machine
Grammar : Preposition, Comprehension
W. Skills
: Speech writing
Activity
: Activity on listening skills
SA-2
16/02/2015 to 13/03/2015(Tentative)
Literature : The The Postmaster, Lochinvar,
The Lonely Giant, The Seven ages
of Man
MCB
: The Chocolate Cream Soldier, The
Secret's Machine, Ranikhet's Gift,
The Native Land, Comprehension
Grammar : Reported Speech, Preposition,
Active & Passive, Pronoun & its
kind. Edit the error, Omission,
Jumbled words.
W. Skills
: Dialogue writing, Speech writing,
Article writing, E-mail
Comprehension Pasage & Poem
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appreciate mathematical concept in their
MATHEMATICS
surrounding, nature & real life situations. They
should begin to think more systematically and
Prescribed Books : (1) NCERT, (2) New Enjoying
logically for solving day-to-day problems.
Mathematics Practice Book (Oxford),
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
(3) Lab Manual (Candid)
Topic
: Integers
General Objectives : This syllabus aims to help
M. Maths : Ch-1
the learner realize that maths as a discipline,
Activity
: Ch-1
relates, experience & used in daily life. It is the
Unit
2
15/4/14
to 25/4/14
9
stage where in the child will learn to understand
Topic
: Lines & Angles
mathematical language including the symbols. It
M. Maths : Ch-10
helps the child to develop a letter understanding of
Activity
: Chi-3 and Ch-4
logic & appreciating the notion of proof.
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
Specific Objective –
Topic
: Data Handling
Ø
Concept of rational numbers, their properties
M. Maths : Ch-17
& decimal representation.
Ø
Introducing linear equation in one variable &
Activity
: Ch-5, Ch-6, Ch-7
its application in our life.
FA-4
19/01/2015 to 23-01/2015
(9)
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
Topic
: Visualising Solid Shapes
M. Maths : Ch-13
Activity
: Ch-8, Ch-9
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
Topic
: Fractions & Decimals
M. Maths : Ch-2, Ch-3
Activity
: Ch-10, Ch-11
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
Topic
: Triangles and its properties
M. Maths : Ch-11
Activity
: Ch-12, Ch-13
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Topic
: Congruence of D
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M. Maths : Ch-14
Activity
: Ch-14
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Topic
: Perimeter & Area
M. Maths : Ch-16
Activity
: Ch-16, Ch-17
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Topic
: Rational Numbers
M. Maths : Ch-4
Activity
: Ch-18, Ch-19
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Topic
: Algebraic Expressions
M. Maths : Ch-6
Activity
: Ch-20
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
Topic
: Simple Equations
M. Maths : Ch-7
Activity
: Ch-21
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Topic
: Comparing Quantities
M. Maths : Ch-9
Activity
: Ch-22
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Topic
: Practical Geometry
M. Maths : Ch-15
Activity
: Ch-23
CLASS VII
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
Topic
: Exponents & Powers
M. Maths : Ch-18, Ch-5
Activity
: Ch-24
Topic
: Exponents & Powers (contd)
M. Maths : Ch-17
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE :
FA-1
05/05/2014 to 09/05/2014
Topic
: Ch-1 and Ch-5
Activity
: Ch-3
FA-2
04/08/2014 to 08-08/2014
Topic
: Ch-3 and Ch-15
Activity
: Ch-7
SA-1
15/09/2014 to 30/09/2014
Topic
: Ch-1, 5, 3, 15, 2, 6, 7, 11
FA-3
24/11/2014 to 29-11/2014
Topic
: Ch-9 and Ch-12
Activity
: Ch-17
FA-4
19/01/2015 to 23-01/2015
Topic
: Ch-10 and Ch-8
Activity
: Ch-23
SA-2
16/02/2015 to 13/03/2015(Tentative)
Topic
: Ch-8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 13, 4
SCIENCE
Text Book : NCERT Text Book-VII
Learning Objectives :
v
To develop an understanding of some basic
principles and laws of science.
v
To familiarize the children with the life
processes, health and nutrition and human
diseases.
v
To provide Scientific and Technological
literacy to the learners.
v
To understand the processes that underlie the
simple scientific and technological activities.
v
To develop measurement and manipulative
skills and to encourage use of locally available
resources.
v
To make the children understand applications
of basic scientific principles to solve problems
related to daily-life.
v
To develop problem-solving and decision
making skills.
v
To develop an attitude which would equip
them to continue Science & Technology
education throughout life.
Teaching Methodology :
v
For better comprehension of the concepts of
Science & Technology the following
methodologies will be adopted. Activity based
learning.
v
Illutrations with examples, computer aided
learning, Explanation method, Interactive
method, Group discussion, Project based
learning, Educational trips, Relevant
exercises at the end of the each chapter to
test the students ability of comprehension
and analysis of new concepts, evaluating by
conducting weekly test, class work and
homework assignments.
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
L-1
: Nutrition in plants
Activity
: To observe the effect of iodine on
starch
Unit 2
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
L-2
: Nutrition in animals
Activity
: To study the parts of digestive
system
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
L-14
: Electric current & its effects
Activity
: Making of circuits
L-9
: Soil
Activity
: To study different properties of soil
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
L-1
: Fibre to fabric
Activity
: Study of different fabrics
L-6
: Physical & Chemical Changes
Activity
: Burning of strips, conditions &
rusting
( 10 )
Unit 5
L-4
Activity
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
: Heat
: Noting down of temperature with
laboratory & medical/clinical
thermometer
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
L-5
: Acids, bases and salts
Activity
: To identify chemical nature of
various household liquids using
indicator
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
L-8
: Wind storm & cyclones
Activity
: To study with experiments &
collection
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
L-10
: Respiration in organisms
Activity
: To make model of exhalation &
inhalation, Chest study
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
L-11
: Transportation in animals &
plants
Activity
: To study human circulatory system
& excretory system
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
L-12
: Reproduction in plants
Activity
: To study parts of flower sample
L-17
: Forest our lifeline
Activity
: Field study
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
L-13
: Motion & time
Activity
: Graph making
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
L-15
: Light
Activity
: To study reflection and image
formation
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
L-16
: Water
L-18
: Waste water story
Activity
: To observe treatment of water by
presentation
CLASS VII
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
L-7
: Weather, climate & adaptions
Activity
: To study adaptions of different
animals
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE :
FA-1
05/05/2014 to 09/05/2014
L-1 & 2
Activity
: Quiz & activity sheet
FA-2
04/08/2014 to 08-08/2014
L-3 & 4
Activity
: Working model on a given topic
SA-1
15/09/2014 to 30/09/2014
L-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 & 14
FA-3
24/11/2014 to 29-11/2014
L-10, 11
Activity
: Inhalation (Exhalation model of
Lungs)
FA-4
19/01/2015 to 23-01/2015
L-12, 13
Activity
: Research on adaptions
(animals)
SA-2
16/02/2015 to 13/03/2015(Tentative)
L-10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17 & 18
SOCIAL SCIENCE
Prescribed Book : Getting ahead in Social
Science with CCE-7 (Orient Black Swan)
Objectives :
v
Students will be able to understand and
analyse the inter-relationship between
physical and human environments and their
impact.
v
Students will familiarise themselves with the
terms, key concepts and basics of
geography.
v
Students will be acquained with attitudes
and values which are necessary to healthy
civic and political life.
v
Students will also be able to understand
their fundamental duties, rights and directive
principles.
Methodology : For teaching following methods
will be used. Discussion method, question-answer
method and lecture method, maps, models etc.
will be used as per the syllabus. As smart boards
are installed in class so we use smart class
modules as a teaching equipment also.
Rational : Social science is an intergral
component of general education because it helps
the learners in understanding the environment in
its totality and developing a broader perspective
and an empirical, reasonable and human outlook.
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
History
: L-1 Where, when and how
Civics
: L-1 Democracy
Geography : L-1 Environment
Unit 2
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
History
: L-2 New Kings & Kingdoms
Geography : L-1 Environment (contd)
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
History
: L-2 (contd)
L-3 The Delhi Sultanate
Geography : L-2 The Interior of the Earth
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
History
: L-3 (contd)
Civics
: L-2 Institutional representation of
Demicracy
Geography : L-3 The Changing face of Earth
L-4 Atmosphere
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
History
: L-3 (contd)
L-4 The Mughal Empire
Geography : L-5 Elements of Weather and
Climate
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
History
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Civics
: L-3
Geography : L-5 (contd)
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
History
: L-5 Architecture as power Fort and
Sacred places
( 11 )
Civics
: L-4 Media and Democracy
Geography : L-6 Atmospheric Pressure & Wind
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
History
: L-5 (contd)
Civics
: L-5 Advertising &Media
Geography : L-6 (contd)
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
History
: L-6 Towns, Trade and Crafts
People
Geography : L-7 Humidity
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Civics
: L-6 Role played by Gender
Geography : L-8 The Hydrosphere
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
History
: L-7 Social Change in Tribal and
Nomadic Commands
Geography : L-9 National Vegetation
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Civics
: L-7 Market around us
L-8 Wholesale markets & the
Sarees of Kanchipuram
Geography : L-9 (contd)
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
History
: L-8 Popular belief and Religious
Debates
Geography : L-10 The Human Environment
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
History
: L-9 The Growth of Regional
Cultures
L-10 Political changes in the 18th
century AD.
Geography : L-11 Life in the Tropical and
Subtropical Rgions
L-12 Life in the Temperate
grassland
Revision
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE :
FA-1
05/05/2014 to 09/05/2014
History
: L-1 Where, when and how
Civics
: L-1 Democracy
CLASS VII
Geography : L-1 Environment, L-2 The Interior
of the Earth
Activity
: Group discussion on various types
of Government in the world and
democracy in India.
FA-2
04/08/2014 to 08-08/2014
History
: L-2 New kings and kingdoms,
L-3 The Delhi sultanate
Civics
: L-2 Institutional representation of
democracy
Geography : L-3 The changing face of Earth
Activity
: Project file on various sultans of
Delhi and their architectures
SA-1
15/09/2014 to 30/09/2014
History
: L-1 to 5
Civics
: L-1 to 4
Geography : L-3 to 5
FA-3
24/11/2014 to 29-11/2014
History
: L-6 Towns, trade & crafts people
L-7 Social changing in tribal
Civics
: L-5 Advertising and media
Geography : L-8 The hydrosphere
L-9 Natural vegetation
Activity
: Collage making on various
sources history and their
evidences
FA-4
19/01/2015 to 23-01/2015
History
: L-8 Popular belief& religious
debates
L-9 Growth of regional culture
Civics
: L-6 Role played by gender
Geography : L-10 The human settlement
L-11 Life in tropical region
Activity
: Project file in natural vegetation
and wild life and their conservation
SA-2
16/02/2015 to 13/03/2015(Tentative)
History
: L-6, 8, 9, 10
Civics
: L-5 to 8
Geography : L-10, 11, 12, 13, 6 & 7
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10
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11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
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10
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3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
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12
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COMPUTER SCIENCE
Prescribed Book : IT Apps (By KIPS)
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and E-mail.
Methodology :
v
Chalk and talk method.
v
Practical assignments.
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
Topic
: Ch-1 Number System
Activity
: Presentation on Number System
CLASS VII
Unit 2
Topic
Activity
Unit 3
Topic
Activity
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
: Ch-1 Number System
: Presentation on Number System
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
: Ch-2 Windows 7
: Viewing and managing files and
folders
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
Topic
: Ch-3 Formulas and function
Activity
: Using formulas and functions
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
Topic
: Ch-3 Formulas and function
Activity
: Using formulas and functions
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
Topic
: Ch-4 Using Excel as database
Activity
: Using formulas and functions
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Topic
: Ch-5 Advance features of Excel
Activity
: Lab session on MS Excel
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Topic
: Ch-5 Advance features of Excel
Activity
: Lab session on MS Excel
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Topic
: Ch-11 The Virus
Activity
: Posters on Virus
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Topic
: Ch-10 Surfing Net and E-mail
Activity
: Visiting Educational sites
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
Topic
: Ch-8 Graphics in QBASIC
Activity
: Writing programs using QBasic
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Topic
: Ch-9 Looping statements
Activity
: Writing programs using QBasic
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Topic
: Ch-6 Working with Flash
Activity
: Project on solar system using flash
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
Topic
: Ch-7 Working with Layers
Activity
: Project on solar system using flash
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE :
SA-1
15/09/2014 to 30/09/2014
Ch-1 to 5
SA-2
16/02/2015 to 13/03/2015(Tentative)
Ch-6 to 11
G.K. & VALUE EDUCATION
Learning Objectives :
v
To enable the students understand various
facts to enhance their awareness.
v
To know more about the people, countries,
books, discoveries, world etc.
v
To prepare the students for quiz competitions.
v
To ensure that the students learn much more
than their prescribed books and syllabus.
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
Topic
: Natural World
Activity
: Health-non-communicable
diseases (any 4) causes
symptoms &
Card No. : 1
Unit 2
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
Topic
: contd.
Activity
: contd.
Card No. : 1
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
Topic
: Science & Technology
Activity
: Elections-Prominent leaders of
National Parties
Card No. : 2
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
Topic
: Knowing India
Activity
: Currency-sample of currencies,
exchange rate, GDPA
Card No. : 2
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
Topic
: contd.
Activity
: contd.
Card No. : 3
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Unit 6
Topic
Activity
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
: Around the world
: Sports-football etc. team
members, captain, cups & trophies
Card No. : 3
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Topic
: contd.
Activity
: contd.
Card No. : 4
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Topic
: Sports
Activity
: Space-exploration famous
astronauts & their achievements
Card No. : 4
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Topic
: Arts & Entertainment
Activity
: Metropolitan city (Chennai)
industries, features, culture, places
to visit, communication, food,
festivals, life styles
Card No. : 5
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Topic
: contd.
Activity
: contd.
Card No. : 5
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
Topic
: Life Skills
Activity
: Authors & Poets-Playwrights,
Novels
Card No. : 6
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Topic
: contd.
Activity
: Green revolution (Impact of
Mexican based)
Card No. : 6
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Topic
: Unit-8 and 9
Activity
: Non-cooperation movements,
backgrounds, causes, effects,
leaders, reasons for success/
features
CLASS VII
Card No. : 7
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
Revision
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE :
SA-1
Ch-1 to 4
SA-2
Ch-5 to 7
16
ART & CRAFT
Learning Objectives : Art & Craft is something
which cannot be taught. It can be learnt by doing.
Objectives of Art & Craft are to develop the
creativity in child. They can also learn the best use
of waste material to make something new. It
develops creative ability in the child and to make
them independent in creating their own style and
skills.
Prescribed Book : Art & Craft
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
Texture painting
Unit 2
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
Landscape
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
Madhubani painting
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
Craft Work
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
Warli painting
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
Portrait
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Block printing
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Floral design
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Wall handing
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Clay painting
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
Mosaic painting
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Craft work
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Jute Bag
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
Composition, Sand painting, Mughal painting
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE :
MUSIC
Learning Objectives : To develop taste for all
kinds of Indian Classical music thus enhancing
their artistic qualities.
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
Alankaras step 6 & 7
Unit 2
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
Definition : Swar, Saptak
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
Invocation Song-"Hamko man ki shakti dena"
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
Description and notation of Pragati Geet (p-1)
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
Description and notation of Tala Keharwa
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
Patriotic Song
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Devotional Song
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Vaishnav jan to...Song on Gandhi Jayanti
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Shabad-Guru Nanak Jayanti
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Description and notation of Pragati Geet (p-2)
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
Definitions : Sam, Tali, Khali
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Christmas carols
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Patriotic Song
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
Revision & class assessment
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DANCE
Prescribed Book : Kathak Gyaneshwari and
Kathak Darpan Aspa & W.E.
Learning Objectives : Dance being a fulfiled &
enjoyable physical activity gives the children a
natural feel good factor. It also helps in strtching
the body parts, exercise our bones, muscles and
joints. Proper knowledge of each dance step is a
must for all the children and it helps improve their
hand movements, facial expression & over all coordination.
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
Folk dance of Orissa with counting
Unit 2
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
Cont. with the same
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
Same with song
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
Recap
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
Patriotic dance
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
Cont. with the same
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Recap and dance for Sports Day
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Sports Day dance
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Cont. with the same
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Cont. with the same
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
Prac. the same and Steps of folk dance with
counting
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Folk dance with song
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Prac. the same
CLASS VII
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
Prac. the same
Recap and assessement
16
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Prescribed Book :
Unit 1
2/4/14 to 11/4/14
8
Warming up, Freemovement, Walking, Jogging,
Jumping exercise
Unit 2
15/4/14 to 25/4/14
9
Commands Left Turn, Right Turn, about turn,
Introduction in Game
Unit 3
28/4/14 to 16/5/14
15
Introduction to Physical Education, Basketball,
Volleyball
Unit 4
1/7/14 to 11/7/14
10
Introduction in Game, Kho-Kho, Long Jump,
Table Tennis, Badminton, Lawn Tennis
Unit 5
14/7/14 to 25/7/14
10
Marching, Minor Game, Throw ball
Unit 6
28/7/14 to 8/8/14
10
Football, Cricket, Badminton, Basketball, Basic
Skill
Unit 7
11/8/14 to 30/8/14
14
Shuttle race, 100 mt., Volleyball
Unit 8 & Rev. 1/9/14 to 12/9/14
10
Interclass practice match
Unit 9
9/10/14 to 1/11/14
14
Long Jump, Lawn Tennis, Badminton
Unit 10
3/11/14 to 21/11/14
14
Kho-Kho, Long Jump, Shuttle race, Minor Game
Unit 11
24/11/14 to 6/12/14
12
Basketball, Football, 100 mt., High Jump
Unit 12
8/12/14 to 19/12/14
19
Minor Game, Volleyball, exercise
Unit 13
22/12/14 to 23/1/15
19
Football, Cricket, Badminton, Table tennis
Unit 14 & Rev. 27/1/15 to 13/2/15
16
Practice Match, Marching
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