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2 CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

3 You are aware that the Central Board of Secondary Education has introduced Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation [CCE] in its affiliated schools. The total school year is divided into first and second term. Each term contains two Formative Assessment and one Summative Assessment. Formative assessment will comprise of Projects, Assignments, Activities and Class Tests/Periodic tests for which board has already issued guidelines to schools.

4 The summative assessment will comprise of theory paper as per the prescribed design of Question Paper. Whether there is sufficient knowledge about any area of study is usually known by conducting a summative test at the end of each term. This text covers a sample of the entire course and is divided into difficult and easy questions. The prescribed syllabus will be assessed using Formative and Summative assessments in the following manner.

5 First TermWeightage Formative Assessment 110% Formative Assessment 210% Summative Assessment 130% Total50% Second TermWeightage Formative Assessment 3 10% Formative Assessment 4 10% Summative Assessment 2 30% Total 50%

6 So, in brief, Formative Assessment 1, 2, 3 and 440% Summative Assessment 1 and 260% Total100%

7 ANNUAL CALENDAR 2012-13 No. of Teaching Days: 210 No. of Examination Days: 14 Summer Vacations (15 May 12 to 01 Jul 12) : 48 Autumn Break (01 Oct to 10 Oct 12) : 10 Winter Break (31 Dec 12 to 11 Jan 13) : 12 Special Holidays (Principals Discretion) : 07 Second Saturdays, Sundays & Gazetted Holidays : 64 Total Days: 365 BREAKDOWN OF PERIODS No. of Periods per Day (Excluding Assembly, Recess, Extra Coaching, Sports) : (40 min x 8 = 5 hrs 20 min) No. of Teaching Days: 210 Total Number of Periods : 210 x 8 = 1680 Total Number of Teaching hours : 210 x 5 hrs 20 mins = 1120 hrs Assembly: 30 mins / day Recess: 20 mins / day

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10 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES APR-MAYTERM-I F A – I LITERATURE READER : 1.How I taught my Grandmother to read (PROSE) 1. The Road not taken (Poem) MCB : 1.People 2.Adventure WORKBOOK: 1.Verb forms (Jumbled words and Editing) WRITING SKILLS : Description of a place Informal letter Diary Entry Email Project based on icons, spell check. Listening & reading comprehension

11 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JULY-AUGTERM- I F A – II LITERATURE READER : 2. A dog named Duke(Prose) 2. The Brook(Poem) 3. Solitary Reaper(Poem) 1. Villa for Sale(Drama) MCB : 3. Environment 4. The Radio Show WORKBOOK: Modals Passive Voice Reported Speech WRITING SKILLS : Formal Letter Article Students to prepare their radio show, book review, creative writing.

12 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES SEP-OCTSA – ILITERATURE –READER 4. Lord Ullins Daughter(Poem) GRAMMAR Procedure writing Expansion of headlines WRITING SKILLS Notice writing REVISION FOR SA-I SA-I to be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA-I & FA-II

13 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES NOV-DEC TERM- II F A – III LITERATURE READER : 3. The Man who knew too much (Prose) 4. Keeping it from Harold(Prose) 5. The Best Seller (Prose) 5. Seven Ages (Poem) MCB : 5. Children WORKBOOK: Connectors WRITING SKILLS: Speech, Biographical Sketch Group discussion on Child Labor. Students to conduct a survey on Rate of Literacy in Rural areas. Written test.

14 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK)SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JAN-FEBTERM- II F A – IV SA –II LITERATURE READER : 6. Oh I wish Id looked after me teeth(Poem) 7. Song of the Rain(Poem) 2. The Bishops Candle sticks(Drama) MCB : 6. Sports & games WORKBOOK: Preposition GRAMMAR Practice of all grammar items. WRITING SKILLS : Revision of Speech & debate. REVISION FOR SA-II SA-II to be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA-III & FA-IV DECLARATION OF RESULTS Enactment of play. Discussion on How to improve sports & games in India. Just a Minute.

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16 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES APR-MAYTERM-I FA - I CH-1 Number System CH-2 Polynomials CH-5 Introduction To Euclids Geometry To obtain a parallelogram by paper folding. To find area of a parallelogram by paper cutting and pasting. Activities for FA –I: C.W/H.W/Assign ment/Group Activity

17 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JULY-AUGTERM-I F A -II CH-6: Lines and angles CH -7: Triangles CH-12: Herons Formula CH-3: Coordinate Geometry To find area of a triangle by paper cutting and pasting. To verify the inequalities in a triangle by pasting sticks of different lengths. To explore criteria for congruency of triangles using a set of triangular cut outs. Activities for FA –II: Seminar/ Pen paper test/Assignment.

18 MONTHEXAM CONTENTS SEP-OCTSA IREVISION FOR SA-I SA I will be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA I & FA II

19 MONTHSEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES NOV-DECTERM II F A - III CH-8: Quadrilaterals CH-9:Areas Of Parallelograms And Triangles CH-4:Linear Equation In Two Variables CH: 10 Circles To verify the mid- point theorem for a triangle by paper cutting and pasting To Verify that the quad. Obtained by joining the mid point of a quad. is a parallelogram. Activities for FA-III: Power point Presentation/field survey.

20 MONTHEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JAN-FEBTERM- II F A - IV CH-14: Statistics CH-15: Probability CH-13: Surface areas and Volumes CH- 11: Construction To explore similarities and differences in the properties with respect to diagonals of quadrilaterals. To verify experimentally that angle formed in the same segment of a circle are equal To verify experimentally that the opposite angles of a cyclic quad are supplementary. Activities for FA – IV: Maths Quiz/Puzzles/crossword

21 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS MARCHTERM- II SA- II REVISION FOR SA-II SA II to be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA-III & FA-IV DECLARATION OF RESULTS

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23 MONTHSEXAMINA TION CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES APR – MAY TERM – I FA-I Phy : UNIT : MOTION FORCE &WORK Motion Distance & Displacement, Velocity; Uniform & Non uniform motion along a straight Line; Acceleration, Distance – Time & Velocity – Time Graph for Uniform & Uniformly accelerated motion Equations of motion by Graphical method ;numerical problems; uniform circular motion, To plot the distance time graph. Velocity time graph To plot acceleration- time graph using a graph paper

24 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES APR –MAY. TERM – I FA - I Chem : UNIT: MATTER – NATURE AND BEHAVIOUR Ch. 1 Matter in our surroundings Definition of matter, solid, liquid and gas; characteristics – shape, volume, density; change of state- melting(absorption of heat), freezing, evaporation(cooling by evaporation), condensation, sublimation To show that matter is made up of very small particles. To show that gases can be compressed more easily than liquid. Lab Activity: To determine the melting point and the boiling point of water To study the effect of temp. on solids & liquids.

25 MONTHSEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES APR - MAY TERM – I FA - I Bio : Ch. 5 UNIT : ORGANIZATION IN THE LIVING WORLD Cell : Basic unit Of Life- Cell as basic unit of life; prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, multicellular organisms; cell membrane and cell wall, cell organelles; chloroplast, mitochondria, vacuoles, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, nucleus, chromosomes, - basic structure, number Tissues, Organs, Organ System, Organism Structure and functions of animal and plant tissues(four types in animals; meristematic and permanent tissues in plants) Lab Activity: To prepare a temporary mount of cheek cells Lab Activity: To prepare a temporary mount of onion of leaf peel to show the plant cell under a microscope. Lab Activity: To demonstrate osmosis with an egg or raisins. Lab Activity: To demonstrate meristematic tissue with the help of onion bulb **Paper pen test/ HW Class response/ Assignment etc

26 MONTHS EXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JUL – AUG TERM –I FA - II Phy : UNIT : MOTION, FORCE &WORK Force and Newtons laws :Force & motion ; Newton's laws of motion ; inertia of a body. Inertia of a body ; Inertia & mass ; momentum, force & acceleration conservation of momentum (element. Idea ), action & reaction forces. GRAVITATION Gravitation:- Gravitation; Universal law of gravitation; Force of gravitation of earth (gravity). MCQs Acc. Due to gravity, mass & weight; free fall To demonstrate action of balanced & unbalanced forces To demonstrate law of inertia; To demonstrate third law of motion To study the effect of change of momentum on different objects Activity to demonstrate force of gravitation

27 MONTHSEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JUL – AUG TERM – I FA - II Chem : Ch 2 : UNIT : MATTER – NATURE & BEHAVIOUR Nature of matter: Elements; compound & mixtures. Heterogeneous and homogenous mixtures, colloids and suspensions Lab Activity: To prepare solution, suspension and colloid and distinguish between them Lab Activity: To prepare mixture and compounds of iron and sulphur and distinguish between them Lab Activity: To separate a mixture of two miscible liquids by distillation and immiscible by separating funnel, filtration and sublimation.. Lab Activity: To carry out the reactions and classify them as physical or chemical changes. Lab Activity: To separate the component of mixture of sand, common salt and Ammonium chloride by sublimation

28 MONTHS EXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JUL - AUG TERM – I FA - II Bio : FOOD Plant and animal breeding and selection for quality improvement and management; use of fertilizers, manures; protection from pests and diseases; organic farming. Lab Activity: To show various types of animal tissues through permanent slides Lab Activity: To observe various type of cells by section cutting of plant stem Make a Herbarium of Pulses, Cereals & Oil Seeds. Lab Activity: To test for the presence of starch in given food sample and presence of adulterant metanil yellow. Visit a weed infested field & make a list of weeds & insect pest in the field. Visit a livestock farm,poultry farm, fish farm & Apiary.

29 MONTHS EXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JUL –AUG SEPT – OCT TERM –I FA - II SA - I PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT: Seminar, Symposium, group activity, quiz, puzzle etc FA-II COMPLETED REVISION FOR SA-I SA- I will be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA- I and FA- II

30 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES NOV - DEC TERM – II FA - III Phy :UNIT : MOTION FORCE & WORK Floatation : Thrust & pressure. Archimedes's principle, buoyancy, elementary idea of relative density. Work, energy and power: Work done by a force, energy, power; kinetic and potential energy; law of conservation of energy MCQs Lab expt. : To establish the relation between loss in wt. of a solid when fully immersed in water with wt.of water disp. Lab expt. : To observe & compare the pressure exerted by solid iron cuboid on sand while resting on its three diff. faces & to calculate the pressure exerted in three diff. cases. To explain positive & negative work EXPT. : To determine the density of solid (denser than water) by using a spring balance& measuring cylinder. To demonstrate law of conservation of energy.

31 MONTHSEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES NOV – DEC TERM – II FA - III Chem :Ch. 3 Atoms & Molecules Particle nature, basic units: Atoms & Molecules. Law of constant proportions. Atomic & Molecular masses. Mole Concept: Relationship of mole to mass of the particles and numbers. Valency. Chemical formula of common compounds. Lab Activity: To illustrate law of conservation of mass Use of charts & tables to learn symbols & formulae Criss cross formula making activity Practice of numerical based on mole concept

32 MONTH EXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES Nov – Dec TERM – II FA – III Bio :UNIT: ORGANIZATION IN THE LIVING WORLDS Ch. 7 BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY: Diversity of plants & animals - Basic issues in scientific naming, basis of classification. Hierarchy of categories/ groups, Major groups of plants(salient features)(Bacteria, Thallophyta, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Angiosperms & gymnosperms). Major groups of animals(salient features)(Non- chordates upto phya and chordates upto classes) HEALTH & DISEASES: Health and its failure. Infectious & Non- infectious diseases, their causes & manifestation. Diseases caused by microbes(Virus, Bacteria & protozoan's) and their prevention, Principles of treatment and prevention. Pulse polio programmes. Lab Activity: To study the characteristic of, Moss Sirogyra,Agaricus, Fern,Pinus & Angiosperms. Lab Activity: To study the external features of root, stem, leaf & flower of monocot & dicot plants. Lab Activity: Showing preserved specimen belonging to Vertebrata. Study of waste disposal methods in community in which you are residing. Lab Activity: To study the life cycle of mosquitoGroups of students can form awareness forum to spread awareness about health & hygiene. Groups of students can form awareness forum to spread awareness about health & hygiene.

33 MONTHEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) NOV – DEC TERM – II FA - III MCQSCollect information about different types of vector borne disease which are common in your town & prepare a report. **H/W assignment, class test, group activity, Group discussion, Survey etc as suggested by CBSE for FA-III

34 MONTHSEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JAN – FEB TERM – II FA - IV Phy: UNIT : MOTION, FORCE & WORK Sound Nature of sound & its propagation in various media, speed of sound, range of hearing in humans; ultrasound; reflection of sound; echo & SONAR MCQs Structure of Human Ear(auditory aspect only) To verify the law of Reflection of sound Expt.: To determine the velocity of a pulse prop. Through a stretched string / slinky. FA-4 : Lab ( Prac. Assessment.) MCQs written exam

35 MONTHSEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JAN – FEB. TERM – II FA - IV Chem : Ch.4 Structure Of The Atom: Electrons, protons and neutrons; Isotopes & Isobars MCQs Power Point presentation To make a static atomic model displaying electronic configuration of the first 18 elements Charts for learning valency

36 MONTHSEXAM CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JAN – FEB. TERM – II FA - IV Bio : Unit: OUR ENVIRONMENT Physical Resources: Air, Water, soil Air for respiration, for combustion, for moderating temperatures, movements of air and its role in bringing rains across India. Air, water & soil pollution(brief introduction). Holes in Ozone layer & probable damages. Bio-geo chemical cycles in nature: Water, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen. MCQS Compare the number of individuals of different species in a water-body & a dry region Collect information from Newspaper or weather reports on television about rainfall pattern across the country Documentary can be shown on Global Warming PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT: FA-4 : Lab ( Prac. Assessment.) MCQs written exam **Seminar,Symposium etc

37 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES MAR TERM – II SA - II REVISION FOR SA-II SA- II will be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA -III & FA- IV

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39 PRESCRIBED BOOKS – History N.C.E.R.T textbook : India and the Contemporary World Part-1 Note: According to the C.B.S.E guidelines two chapters each will be taken from Unit 1 and any one from Unit 2 of the textbook. One chapter will be taken from Unit3 of the textbook. Political Science: N.C.E.R.T textbook: Democratic Politics Part-1 Economics: Economics. Geo/D.M. : (NCERT) Contemporary India-II / Together with safer India MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES APR-MAY TERM- I FA-I History : Chapter 1- The French Revolution (Compulsory Chapter) Geo : Ch.1 India –Size and Location Ch.2 India- Physical Features Prepare a wall paper on the rights demanded by the French people. Prepare a map of India on a chart and paste pictures of items that India exported to the far-east in ancient India Project on Indias trade relation with neighbouring countries

40 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES APR - MAY TERM- I FA-I Pol.Sc: Ch 1 Democracy in the contemporary world. Chapter-2 What is democracy? Why democracy? Make a collage of struggle for democracy in Myanmar Cartoon making depicting the non democratic practices in different countries of the world..

41 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JUL - AUG TERM -I FA-II Hist : Ch3 Nazism & the rise of Hitler Geo:Ch.2.India-Physical Features Ch.3 Drainage Eco : Ch.1-The story of village Palampur Ch.2 People as a Resource Make posters depicting Nazi policies as anti- democratic. Clay Models of the Physical Features of India. Comparative analysis on the formation of Himalayas & the Peninsular region Make a collage depicting how the rivers are getting polluted. Powerpoint Presn. On the state of Indian agri. & problems faced by Indian Farmers. Make banners publicizing the pulse polio prog.

42 MONTHSEXAMCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JUL- AUG TERM- I FA-II Pol. Sc : Ch. 3- Constitutional design Discussions on the main points of the constitution of USA, India & South Africa. Trace out the designing of the Indian Constitution.

43 MONTHSEXAMS CONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES SEP - OCT SA-I Pol.Sc. :Revision Hist: Revision Eco : Ch.2:People as a Resource SA I will be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA I & FA II NOV-DEC TERM- II FA-III Hist: Ch 4:Forest, Society & colonialism* (*Any one of the theme from Unit II to be taken) Geo : Ch.4:Climate Ch.5 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Find out how the Govt is helping to conserve the forest & wildlife in your native place. Students talk on climate change & its effect on Indian Monsoon. Collect pictures,travel writing,brochure etc to describe the natural resources of India.

44 MONTHSEXAMSCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES NOV -DEC TERM- II FA-III Pol. Sc : Ch 4: Electoral Politics Eco: Ch.3. Poverty as a Challenge Hold mock elections in the class to understand the procedure of election. Illustrate with the help of graphical representation & map of India the effectiveness of NREGA.

45 MONTHSEXAMSCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JAN- FEB FA-IVPol.Sc. : Ch 5. Working of Institution Ch. 6 Democratic Rights Eco: Ch 3: Poverty as a challenge Ch 4 Food Security in India Conduct a Mock formation of govt to understand the working of Executive & Legislature in India. Field trip to Municipal Corp to find how city is administered Presentation on violation of Human rights in different parts of the world. Illustrate with the help of graphical representation & map of India of the effectiveness of NREGA in states of India.

46 MONTHSEXAMSCONTENTS (CHAPTER REF TEXT BOOK) SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES JAN -FEB FA-IV Hist. Ch.8 Clothing a Social History Geo: Ch.6 Population Prepare a presentation on clothing. Can include movies, slides, posters, newspaper, clippings etc. Conduct a class census interviewing five families Visit a ration shop & report on its functioning in the class. MAR SA-II REVISION FOR SA-II SA II will be conducted and the syllabus is inclusive of FA III and FA IV DECLARATION OF RESULTS

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