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```									                             BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL

SECTOR 5, DWARKA,NEW DELHI

SESSION 2012-13

SUMMER HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENTS FOR CLASS 9

ENGLISH ASSIGNMENT

1.       Prepare a biographical sketch of the following authors.

You may find about their life events from the internet.

(a) Sudha Murthy

(b) Alfred Tennyson

1. Prepare diary entries of three days of your summer holidays which were
enjoyable to you.

HINDI /SANSKRIT/FRENCH :                 GIVEN IN SCHOOL DIARY BY THE RESPECTIVE
SUBJECT TEACHER

Maths Project

General Guidelines:

    Each student is required to make a handwritten project report according to the project
allotted. Please note down your project number according to your Roll Number.
Roll Number                                      Project Number

1-5                                              1

6-10                                             2

11-15                                            3

16-20                                            4

21-27                                            5

    A project has a specific starting date and an end date.
    It has specific objectives.
    List the sources of the information collected.
    General lay-out of the project report has the following format

Page Number                                 Content

Cover Page                   Your Name, Class, Roll No., Title of
project

2                            Brief description of project. How
would you proceed?

3-10 (may change)            Procedure (With pictures)

11                           Mathematics used /involved

12                           Conclusion /Result

13                           List of resources (List of encyclopedia
,websites, reference books, journals
etc)

14                           Acknowledgment

Projects                            Objectives                         Description

Proiect-1                           Exploring Fibonacci numbers.       1. Fibonacci numbers are a
sequence of numbers i.e.
1,1,2,3, 5, 8,13, 21,34 … .The
first number of the sequence is
1, the second number is 1, and
next term is equal to the sum
of the previous two numbers of
the sequence itself.

2. Write the next 20 terms
of the sequence generated
by it.

3. History of the
mathematician who gave
this concept.

4. Explore in nature the
things that correspond to
Fibonacci numbers with
pictures.

For example: When counting
the number of petals of a
flower, it is p most probable that
They will correspond to one of
the Fibonacci Numbers. It is
seen that:

a) White calla lily has one patel.

b) Euphorbia have two patel

c) Trillium have three petals

d) Columbine have 5 petals

Explore more such examples
with pictures from
internet.(give atleast 8
examples)
Project-2   Exploring Pascal Triangle   (take upto 10 row)

1. Definition

2. History
3. How to construct it

4. Mention about the
properties

a) The sum of the numbers in
any row is 2n, when n is the
number of the row.

b) Property related to prime
number.

c) Hockey stick pattern

d) Fibonacci sequence located
through Pascal triangle.

5) Make a model on Pascal
triangle.

Project 3    Making 3D Snowflakes       Make a model with project
report having contents

a) What is 3-D snowflake

b) Its applications in daily life.

c) Mathematics involved in it

d) Procedure of the model

Project 4    Making platonic solids     2) Mention about 5 platonic
solids and its properties.

3) History

4) Procedure of making
Platonic solids.

5) Verify Euler’s Formula for
each of the solid.

Project 5   Exploring Mathematics     1. Look around yourself.
around us.
   In the house…
   In the garden…
   In the market…
   In a bank….
   In the nature… so on

2.Click photographs using a
digital camera/mobile and
explore the hidden
mathematics.

3. Click minimum 20
photographs.

The weightage of 20 marks for project work is further split up as under

   Identification and statement of the project : 03 mark
   Procedure/processes adopted : 08 marks
   Write-up of the project : 05 marks
   Interpretation of result : 02 mark
   Viva : 02 marks
CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY ASSIGNMENT

LIST OF PROJECTS FOR CLASS 9A STUDENTS

ROLL NO. 1 TO 6     POWER POINT PRESENTATION ON ECOFRIENDLY CITY/ USE OF BIO
INSECTICIDES AND PESTICIDES

ROLL NO. 7 TO 12    PLANT DIET: GROW MOONG OR CHANA SEEDS IN THREE DIFFERENT
POTS USING IN ONE FARMYARD MANURE , OTHER COMPOST OR
VERMICOMPOST AND THIRD WITH UREA/NPK .COMPARE THEIR
GROWTH/ OR MAKE A VISIT TO AN ORGANIC FARM AND PREPARE
A POWER POINT PRESENTATION TO EXPLAIN HOW VARIOUS
PRACTICES ARE BENEFICIAL FOR THE FARMER, THE CONSUMER AS
WELL AS THE ENVIRONMENT

ROLL NO. 13 TO 18    PREPARE A THREE DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF PLANT AND ANIMAL
CELL USING WASTE/DISCARDED MATERIALS OR MODEL OF
SEISOMOGRAPH

ROLL NO. 19 TO 25     MAKE USEFULL ARTICLES OF PAPER MACHIE(5)/MODEL OF
ECOFRIENDLY CITY
LIST OF PROJECTS FOR CLASS 9 B STUDENTS

ROL L NO. 1 TO 6    FIND OUT VARIOUS MEANS TO CHECK THE IMPURITY OF MILK, PANEER,
GHEE AND PULSES/MODEL OF SEISOMOGRAPH

ROLL NO. 7 TO 12    CONTEXTUAL RESEARCH ON ANY ONE OF THE FOLOWING TOPICS

*TISSUE CULTURE FOR HORTICULTURAL PURPOSES

*PLASTIC SURGEY

*HEALING OF WOUNDS AND FORMATION OF SCARS

*REGENERATION OF LIZARD TAIL

ROLL NO. 13 TO 18   WORKING MODEL OF SOLAR GRINDER OR GLOBAL WARMING .

ROLL NO.19 TO 24    PREPARE A LIST OF CHEMICALS USED AT HOME LIKE SALT,

BAKING SODA,VINEGAR ETC. MENTION THEIR USES OR MAKE A VISIT
TO AN ORGANIC FARM AND PREPARE A POWER POINT
PRESENTATION TO EXPLAIN HOW VARIOUS PRACTICES ARE
BENEFICIAL FOR THE FARMER, THE CONSUMER AS WELL AS THE
ENVIRONMENT

ROLL NO. 25 TO 30   DESIGN A SMALLL SCALE FILTRATION PLANT USING AN EARTHEN
POT
LIST OF PROJECTS FOR CLASS 9 C STUDENTS

ROLL NO. 1 TO 6     MAKE A WORKING MODEL OF WATER PURIFIER OR GLOBAL WARMING

ROLL NO. 7 TO 12    MAKE A WORKING MODEL OF CIRCULATORY SYSTEM OR RESPIRATORY
SYSTEM

ROLL NO. 13 TO 18   PREPARE A THREE DIMENSIONAL MODEL TO DEPICT THE THREE
STATES OF MATTER.

ROLL NO .19 TO 24   MAKE A VISIT TO AN ORGANIC FARM AND PREPARE A POWER
POINT PRESENTATION TO EXPLAIN HOW VARIOUS PRACTICES ARE
BENEFICIAL FOR THE FARMER, THE CONSUMER AS WELL AS THE
ENVIRONMENT

ROLL NO. 25 TO 29   USE WASTE MATERIAL TO MAKE SOME USEFULL ITEMS. /MAKE A
MODEL OF SEISMOGRAM

ROLL NO. 30 TO 33   PREPARE A SKIT ON POLLUTION
PHYSICS

Make a working model on the following topics as per the Roll numbers suggested in the table
below.

A. Railway Signal
B. Fire Alarm
C. Slide Projector
D. Two fun games on any topic of physics (learning by doing)
E. Magnetic Crane
F. Solar System

Roll No
Class      1-5         6-10        11-15       16-20       21-25     26-30       31-35

A           B           C           D           E
IX A

A           B           C           D           E         F
IX B

A           B           C           D           E         F           C
IX C
SOCIAL SCIENCE

Do any one project from Group I

&

One project from Group II according to your roll number.

GROUP 1 (DISASTER MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT)

2. Managing Disasters-The Role of Students

Choose any man made or natural disaster which your area may be vulnerable
to e.g gas leaks, building collapse, rail or road accidents, laboratory accidents,
health hazards due to toxic waste disposal, earthquakes, floods, volcanic
eruptions etc.

(i)      Prepare a survey schedule detailing the different areas that are
posing threats due to the various natural and manmade disasters in
and around your school for example factory/slum/dump yard
located nearby.
(ii) Collect the data and prepare a report
(iii) Develop posters and skits for awareness generations in your school.
(iv) Make a plan to deal with any one of the disasters likely to affect your
school.
Preparedness for Disasters

(i)      Create activities to make people particularly primary children and
school workers aware of disaster mitigation.
(ii) Write a manual of instructions and make kit lists for use by teachers
to manage- Laboratory Classroom, corridors and school building
security buses etc
(iii) Prepare instructions to deal with any accidents in school or in the
bus

Group II

Project 1 : Clothing – A social History of Development (Roll Nos. 1 -6)
a)     comparative study on Victorian Dresses and Indian Dresses in the
19th Century.

c)   Trace the impact of colonization on the handloom workers and
industry and compare it with changes in Handloom and Khadi
industry since Independence.

Project 2 : Adolf Hitler and Nazism (Roll Nos. 7-12) (Chart)

a)   Life History of Adolf Hitler (along with pictures)

b)   Concentration camps where Jews were given punishments.

c)   Pictures and information of Holocaust.

Project 3 : United Nations (UN) (Roll Nos. 13-17) (chart)

a)   Information and Pictures of UN.
b)   General Assembly.
c)      Security Council
d)      International Monetary Fund and World Bank.
Project 4 : Population characteristics and change in India (Roll Nos. 18– 22)
1. Collect data and interpret trends, in growth by using maps and
graphics of data related to 1990-2001 census of population based
on male, female, total population and growth rate.
2.     Rank the states based on (1) Total population (2) Male
population (3) Female population (4) Growth rate
3.     Represent it using maps. Interpret the maps and draw conclusions.

Project 5:   French Revolution (Roll Nos. 23-28) (chart)
1.     Collect information of Old Regime and Louis XVI and a society of
Estates.
2.     Robespierre and the Reign of Terror.
3.     Napoleon Bonaparte and the Battle of Waterloo.

Project 6 : Adolescent – Myths and issues (Roll Nos. 29 – 33)
1. Prepare a questionnaire for an 18 year old boy/girl
2. Questionnaires should cover aspects like
a) Status and freedom at home and school
b) Ways in which drug abuse, smoking, consuming alcohol, rash driving
and viewed and prevented.
c) Freedom to earn and spend
d) Views on freedom and independence
e) Preferences and eating habits and concern for nutritional values
f) Views on sex and reproductive health
g) Attitudes towards external compulsions such as economic and social
disparities, gender discrimination, peer pressure etc.
SUMMER ASSIGNMENT FOR ART

1. BLOCK PRINTING ON A TABLE CLOTH OR TV COVER
2. COLLAGE ON AN A3 SHEET USING COLORED PAPERS.

NOTE: REQUIRED INSTRUCTIONS ARE GIVEN BY THE ART TEACHER IN CLASS FOR
BOTH THE ART WORKS

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