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  • ENGLISH

    MONTH TOPICSTO BE COMPLETED Activities

    MARCH

    Writing Skills: Descriptive paragraph

    (person/place/ event/ diary entry based on

    visual or verbal clues)(100-150 words)

    APRIL

    Beehive : Prose :1.The Fun They Had

    Poem:1.The Road Not Taken

    Moments (Supplementary Reader):

    1.The Lost Child

    Writing Skills: Letter to the Editor, E-

    mail, Report Writing, Article Writing,

    Story Writing

    Idiomatic Expressions.

    GRAMMAR; Tenses, Modals

    Integrated Grammar Practice

    MAY

    Beehive : Prose :2: The Sound of Music

    3: The Little Girl

    Poem: 2. Wind

    3.Rain on the Roof

    Moments (Supplementary Reader) 2.The Adventures of Toto

    3.Iswaran the Story Teller

    GRAMMAR: 3. Use of Passive Voice

    4. Subject Verb Concord

    Integrated Grammar Practice

    JUNE Beehive: Prose: 4. A Truly Beautiful

    Mind

    JULY Listening skill

    Figures of Speech

    SEPT. Beehive : Prose :

    5:The Snake and the Mirror

    6.My Childhood

    Poem : 4. The Lake Isle of Innisfree

    5. A Legend of the Northland

    Moments (Supplementary Reader)

    4.In The Kingdom Of Fools

  • 5. The Happy Prince

    GRAMMAR : 5. Reporting commands

    and requests, statements , questions

    OCT.

    Beehive: Prose: 7. Packing

    Revision

    Listening skill

    Integrated Grammar Practice

    ASL

    NOV.

    Beehive: Prose :8. Reach on the Top

    9. The Bond of Love

    Poem : 6. No Men Are Foreign

    7. The Duck and the Kangaroo

    Moments (Supplementary Reader)

    6. Weathering the Storm in Ersama

    7.The Last Leaf

    GRAMMAR: 6. Clauses

    Noun Clauses., Adverb Clauses of

    condition and time, Relative Clauses

    DEC.

    Beehive : Prose : 10 Kathmandu

    Poem : 8. On Killing a Tree

    9.The Snake Trying

    Moments (Supplementary Reader)

    8. A house is Not a Home

    GRAMMAR: 7. Determiners

    Integrated Grammar Practice

    JAN.

    Beehive : Prose : 11. If I were You

    Poem: 10. A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal

    Moments (Supplementary Reader)

    9. The Accidental Tourist

    10. The Beggar

    GRAMMAR :8.Prepositions

    Revision

    Integrated Grammar Practice

    Subject

    Enrichment

    Activities

    1.ASL

    2. Recitation

    3. Elocution

    4. Extempore

    5. Debate

    FEB. Revision and Pre board

  • MATHEMATICS

    MONTH TOPICS TO BE

    COMPLETED

    Activities

    MARCH Chapter 1: Number Systems

    APRIL

    Chapter 1: Number Systems

    (Contd..)

    Chapter 2: Polynomials

    Chapter 3: Coordinate

    Geometry

    Activity 1: Representation

    of Irrational Numbers on

    Number Line.

    MAY

    Chapter 6: Lines and Angles

    Chapter 7: Triangles

    Activity 2: Inequalities in a

    triangle

    JUNE

    Chapter 12 : Herons Formula

    JULY Chapter 12: Herons Formula

    (Contd..)

    SEPT.

    Chapter 5: Introduction to

    Euclids Geometry

    Chapter 4: Linear Equations in

    Two Variables

    Chapter 8: Quadrilaterals

    OCT.

    Chapter 9: Areas of

    Parallelograms and Triangles

    NOV.

    Chapter 10: Circles

    Chapter 14: Statistics

    Activity 3: To show that:

    i. In a circle, angle at center is double the angle at

    circumference.

    ii. In a cyclic quadrilateral, opposite angles are

    supplementary.

    DEC.

    Chapter 15: Probability

    Chapter 13: Surface Areas and

    Volumes

    Activity 4: Surface areas

    and volumes

    JAN.

    Chapter 13: Surface Areas and

    Volumes (Contd..)

    Chapter 11: Constructions

    FEB. Revision & Pre-Board

  • SCIENCE

    MONTH TOPICS TO BE COMPLETED PRACTICALS

    MARCH

    Ch-1: Matter in our

    Surroundings.

    Ch-5: The Fundamental

    Unit of Life.

    Ch-8: Motion.

    APRIL

    Ch-1: Matter in our

    Surroundings

    (concluded)

    Ch -2: Is matter around us

    pure?

    Ch-5: The Fundamental

    Unit of Life

    (concluded).

    Ch-6: Tissues.

    Ch-8: Motion (concluded).

    Ch-9: Force and Laws of

    Motion.

    To prepare a temporary mount of

    onion peel.

    To determine the melting point of ice

    and boiling point of

    water.

    To prepare a temporary mount of

    cheek cells.

    To study properties of homogenous and

    heterogeneous

    mixtures.

    To study properties of mixture and

    compound.

    MAY

    Ch-2 Is Matter Around us

    Pure? (Continued)

    Ch-6: Tissues (concluded)

    Ch-9: Force and Laws of

    Motion. (concluded)

    Ch- 10: Gravitation.

    Ch-15: Management of

    Food Resources.

    To separate the components of a

    mixture of sand,

    common salt and

    ammonium chloride.

    To identify plant and animal tissues.

    Test for starch and metanyl yellow in

    given food substances

    JUNE

    Ch-2:Is Matter around us

    pure? (continued).

    Ch-10: Gravitation.

    To classify the reactions on the basis

    of physical &

  • (continued).

    Ch-15: Management of

    Food Resources

    (continued).

    chemical changes.

    JULY

    Ch-2:Is Matter around us

    pure? (concluded).

    Ch-10: Gravitation.

    (concluded).

    Ch-15: Management of

    Food Resources (continued).

    SEPT

    Ch-3: Atoms and

    Molecules.

    Ch-11: Work and Energy.

    Ch-15: Management of

    Food Resources

    (concluded).

    Ch-7: Diversity in Living

    Organisms.

    To verify law of conservation of

    mass.

    To determine density of a solid.

    To study the plant specimens

    OCT

    Ch-3: Atoms and

    Molecules.(concluded).

    Ch-7: Diversity in Living

    Organisms(continued)

    Ch-11: Work and Energy.

    (continued)

    To verify Archimedes

    principle.

    To study external features of dicot

    and monocot plants.

    NOV

    Ch-4 Structure of atom.

    Ch-7: Diversity in Living

    Organisms

    (concluded)

    Ch-11: Work and Energy.

    (concluded)

    Ch-12: Sound.

    Ch-13: Why Do we Fall ill?

    To identify animal specimens

    DEC.

    Ch-4 Structure of Atom

    (concluded)

    Ch-12: Sound (concluded)

    To verify the laws of reflection of sound.

    To study the life cycle

  • Ch-13: Why Do We Fall ill

    (concluded)

    Ch-14: Natural Resources.

    of a mosquito

    To determine velocity of a pulse

    propagated through

    slinky.

    JAN Ch-14: Natural Resources.

    (concluded)

    FEB Revision and Pre board

    SOCIAL SCIENCE

    MONTH TOPICSTO BE

    COMPLETED

    Activities

    MARCH

    Geo-1:India Size and

    Location

    His-1: The French

    Revolution

    Map marking

    Geo: India- Size and

    Location

    His: The French

    Revolution

    APRIL

    His-1: The French

    Revolution

    Civ-2: What is Democracy?

    Why Democracy?

    Eco-1: The story of village

    Palampur

    Geo-2: Physical features of

    India

    Map marking

    Geo: Physical features of

    India

    Project work

    Geo: Physical features of

    India

    MAY

    His-2:Socialism in Europe

    and the Russian Revolution

    Civ-3:Constitutional Design

    Eco-2:People as a resource

    Geo-3:Drainage

    Map marking

    Geo: Drainage

    JUNE

    Revision for PT-1

    JULY

    Geo-5: Natural Vegetation

    and Wildlife

  • SEPT.

    His-3: Nazism and the rise

    of Hitler

    Geo-4: Climate

    OCT.

    Civ-4:Electoral Politics

    Revision

    NOV.

    His-4: Pastoralists in the

    Modern World

    Geo-6: Population

    Civ-5: Working of the

    Institutions

    Eco-3:Poverty as a

    challenge

    Project work

    Civ-4: Electoral Politics

    Stages of Elections in

    India.

    DEC. Civ-6:Democratic Rights

    JAN. Eco-4:Food Security in

    India

    FEB. Revision & Pre-Board

    HINDI ( 2nd Language)

    MONTH TOPICSTO BE

    COMPLETED

    Activities

    MARCH

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  • MAY

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  • ARABIC (2nd Language)

    MONTH TOPICS TO BE

    COMPLETED

    ACTIVITIES

    MARCH

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    L8:

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    L11:

    L12poem:

    JUNE

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    L13:

    JULY L14:

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    SEPT.

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    L15:

    L16:

    L17:

    L18 poem:

  • OCT.

    ( (

    L19:

    NOV.

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    L20:

    L21:

    L22:

    DEC.

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    L23:

    L24: