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  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

    CLASS VI 2016 17

    NOTE:

    1. Reading and Recitation , Spell check , Construction of sentences , Framing

    and Answering of Questions will be an integral part of each lesson.

    2. Language study will be taken as an on-going and integral part of each lesson.

    3. Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing and Vocabulary skills will be done

    according to each lesson.

    4. Each lesson will be supplemented by Web Support for better understanding.

    UNIT I

    READER : Chapter 1 : The Mind Reader

    Chapter 3 : Cross Country

    Chapter 5 :The Special Prize

    Chapter 7 : Bill And The Boom Box Rocket

    Chapter 10 : The Test

    POEM : 1. In Morning Dew

    2. Daffodils

    WRITING ABILITY : 1. Diary Entry

    2. Notice Writing

    3. Self-Composed Poem

    4. Guided Composition

    READING ABIITY : Unseen Comprehension

    SPEECH ABILITY : 1. Conservation is Survival

    2. Cruelty Towards Animals

    PROJECT 1: Design a brochure for a place you have visited in your city. ( Pg-

    26)

    DEBATE : Are examinations necessary ?

    EXTEMPORE

    SUGGESTED BOOK : Selected/ Short stories of Rabindranath Tagore

  • UNIT II

    READER : Chapter 9 : The Happy School

    Chapter 12 : The Price of Freedom

    Chapter 13 : Fifth Form Justice

    Chapter 15 : A Genius Without Frontiers

    Chapter 16 :Daddy Long - Legs

    POEM :1. The Pobble Who Has No Toes

    2. The Laburnum

    WRITING ABILITY : 1. E-Mail Writing

    2. Informal Letter Writing

    3. Article Writing

    4. Newspaper Report

    SPEECH ABILITY : 1. To err is human, To forgive is divine.

    ACTIVITY : Biographical Sketch choosing three polymaths ( Pg 143)

    DEBATE : Jack of all trades, master of none.

    PROJECT 2 :1.Prepare a mind map on the uses of tree with pictures. ( Pg

    104)

    2. History of communication from ancient times to the

    present.(Pg 153)

    SUGGESTED BOOK : One Thousand One Arabian Nights.

    MATHEMATICS

    NOTE: Questions based on Mathematical aptitude, quick calculation, tables,

    dictation of large numbers and interesting games and activities on mathematical

    concepts will be done regularly.

    Unit I

    Chapter 1: Knowing Our Numbers

    Chapter 4: Basic Geometrical Ideas

  • Chapter 2: Whole Numbers

    Chapter 5: Understanding Elementary Shapes

    Chapter 3 : Playing with Numbers

    Chapter 6: Integers

    Chapter 13: Symmetry

    Activities

    1. Explain the concept of parallel lines, intersecting lines and concurrent lines by paper folding.

    2. To add and subtract two integers with bindis or buttons. 3. Number strip game(Pg No.123) 4. To study line of symmetry by making patterns by paper cutting.

    Lab Manual Activities:1,2,3,4,6,7,11,15

    Unit II

    Chapter 7: Fractions

    Chapter 8: Decimals

    Chapter 9: Data Handling

    Chapter 14: Practical Geometry

    Chapter 12: Ratio and Proportion

    Chapter 11: Algebra

    Chapter 10: Mensuration

    Activities

    1. To add and subtract decimal numbers on a 10X 10 grid by shading.

    2. To find perpendicular bisectors of different geometrical figures by paper

    folding.

    3. Draw a bar graph to represent population of any five major cities.

    4. To find the ratio of number of boys and girls in the class.

    Lab Manual Activities: 9, 10, 12, 13,14

  • SCIENCE

    Note : Demonstration of practical activities, drawing and labelling of diagrams will be done along with each topic.

    UNIT I

    Chapter 1: Characteristics of Living Beings -Cellular Organisation (pg. 5 and 6 only)

    Chapter 5: Food and its Sources

    Chapter 6: Components of Food

    Chapter 7: Separation of Substances

    Chapter 8: Sorting Materials into Groups

    Chapter 12: Light

    Chapter 16: Natural Resources (For Reading Only)

    Experimental Work:

    1. To study ingredients present in the various meals taken during the day and their source.

    2. To test the presence of (a) Starch and (b) Fat in the given food sample.

    3. To separate a mixture of sand and water by sedimentation, filtration and decantation.

    4. To observe the settling of milk into curd. Do you think this change is reversible ?

    5. To prove rectilinear propagation of light.

    6. To observe the reflection of light by plane mirror.

    UNIT II

    Chapter 3: Plants- Parts and Functions.

    Chapter 4: Movements in Animals

    Chapter 10: Changes Around Us

    Chapter 13: Electricity

    Chapter 14: Magnetism

    Chapter 11: Measurement and Motion

  • Chapter 17: Waste Management (For Reading Only)

    Experimental Work:

    1. To prepare Herbarium file and compare types of venation and root system.

    2. Examine the structure of flowers of any three plants.

    3. To find out the direction in which joints bend, feel the ribs and backbone

    4. Some chemical changes take place only in the presence of light. Find out about them.

    5. To observe the settling of milk into curds. Do you think this change is reversible?

    6. To make a simple electric circuit using colourful LEDs, cell, key and connecting wire.

    7. To study experimentally that repulsion and not attraction is the sure test of magnetism.

    8. To show magnetization of a sewing needle.

    SOCIAL SCIENCE

    Note: Topics will be supplemented with Flow Charts, CDs, Presentations, Map work, Story

    Narration and Outdoor visits.

    UNIT I

    HISTORY

    Chapter 1: Studying the Past

    Chapter 2: Early Humans- I (In the form of Story Narration and Presentations)

    Chapter 3: Early Humans-II (In the form of Story Narration and Presentations)

    Chapter 4: The First Cities

    Chapter 5: The Age of Vedas (Reading only)

    Chapter 6: Early Kingdoms (Reading Only)

    MAP WORK

    1. On an outline map of India mark the major sites of early humans.

    2. On an outline map of India mark the extent of Harappan Civilization. Also mark

    the sites of the Harappan culture.

  • ACTIVITIES

    1. To make an artefact from air drying clay found in the Indus Valley Civilization.

    2. To make a project on the history of coins in ancient India. Trace the origin of

    coins, the different materials used to make them, the purpose they served and

    the different shapes they were made in.

    3. Visit to National Museum of Natural History.

    GEOGRAPHY

    Chapter 1: The Earth and the Solar System

    Chapter 2: Latitudes and Longitudes

    Chapter 3: Motions of the Earth

    Chapter 4: Globes and Maps (Through practical activities)

    ACTIVITIES

    1. To create a solar system emphasizing on the size of the planets.

    2. Prepare a chart showing the phenomenon of seasons caused by earths rotation.

    3. Create a large map of your locality using vibrant colours and symbols for different

    landmarks.

    SOCIAL AND POLITICAL LIFE

    Chapter 1: Unity in Diversity (Through Role Play and Presentations)

    Chapter 2: All Human Beings Are Equal (Through Role Play and Presentations)

    Chapter 3: Forms of Government

    Chapter 4: Democracy

    Chapter 5: Panchayati Raj (For Reading Only)

    ACTIVITIES

    1. Make a report comparing four states of India- one each from north, south, east

    and west in terms of food, clothing, language spoken, festivals, etc.

    2. Make a report on the awards conferred by the Ministry of Panchayati Raj for the

    best performing states and panchayats. (Refer to www.panchayat.gov.in)

  • Unit II

    HISTORY

    Chapter 7: Growth of New Ideas (In the form of stories)

    Chapter 8: The First Empire-The Mauryas

    Chapter 9: Life in Villages and Towns (For Reading Only)

    Chapter 10: The Post Mauryan Period

    Chapter 11: The Gupta and the Post-Gupta Period

    ACTIVITY: To show documentary on Kalinga War

    MAP WORK:

    1. On an outline map of India mark the extent of Ashokas Empire.

    Also mark the rock and Pillar Edicts(any five)

    2. On an outline map of India mark the extent of Gupta Empire in AD 400. Also

    mark the ancient towns.

    GEOGRAPHY

    Chapter 5: Major Domains of the Earth (Through Presentations)

    Chapter 6: Major Landforms of the Earth (Through Presentations)

    Chapter 7: India Location and Political Divisions

    Chapter 8: India-Physical Features

    Chapter 9: India-Climatic Conditions

    Chapter 10: India- Natural Vegetation and Wildlife (For Reading Only)

    MAP WORK:

    1. On an outline map of the world mark the major plains of the World.

    2. On a political map of India mark the Political Divisions of India and neighbouring

    countries.

    3. On an outline map of India mark the Standard Meridian and the Tropic of Cancer.

    4. On an outline map of India mark the physical divisions of India.

    5. On an outline map of the World mark a) All the Oceans b) All

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