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					Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. –Emerson   Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. -Emerson
CLASS VI
                                                                                                                  AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
  City Montessori School, Lucknow
                                                                                      MORAL EDUCATION:

                  Syllabus 2010-2011                                                      1.
                                                                                          2.
                                                                                               To develop in every student the essential elements of morality.
                                                                                               To develop the values and capabilities necessary for making right decisions and
                                                                                               upright conduct.

                             Class VI                                                     3.   To develop in them the attitude of open mindedness, to appreciate and be ready to
                                                                                               accept others and to act constructively not defensively.
                                                                                          4.   To develop the skill of striving not only for good but to handle the conflicting
                                                                                               situations without demeaning self and others.
    S.No.                    Subject                    Page Number
                                                                                          5.   To develop the ability to monitor themselves and find out constructive ways of
       1.      Moral Education                                  5                              conflict resolutions.
                                                                                          6. To promote the development of good character for the purpose of lessening crime
       2.      English Language                                 6                            and raising the standard of good citizenship.
       3.      English Literature                              13                     ENGLISH (Prose):
                                                                                          1.   To enable the student to acquire new vocabulary.
       4.      Hindi                                           14
                                                                                          2.   To develop the student’s power of imagination, thinking and expression.
       5.      Sanskrit                                        20                         3.   To enable the student to master and reinforce the structural items.
                                                                                          4.   To enable the student to acquire information given in the text.
       6.      History and Civics                              22
                                                                                          5.   To develop the student’s power of comprehension through listening and reading.
       7.      Geography                                       23                         6.   To enable the student to express the ideas of the text orally or in writing.
                                                                                          7.   To enable the student to read the English text or passage loudly with correct
       8.      Mathematics                                     25                              pronunciation, stress, intonation, pause, articulation of voice etc.
       9.      Physics                                         26                        8. To enable the student to speak flawlessly and fearlessly on any topic.
                                                                                      ENGLISH (Poetry):
       10.     Chemistry                                       27                         1.   To appreciate the beauty, rhyme, rhythm and style of the poem.
       11.     Biology                                         28                         2.   To enable the student to read aloud the poem with proper rhyme, rhythm and
                                                                                               intonation.
       12.     Computer Science                                29                         3.   To enable the student to enjoy the recitation of the poetry individually or in chorus.
                                                                                          4.   To enable the student to understand the thought and imagination which is
       13.     Environmental Education                         30
                                                                                               contained in the poem.
       14.     Art                                             31                         5.   To create love and interest for English Literature especially for poetry.
                                                                                          6. To develop aesthetic values and aesthetic sense and enable the student to
       15.     General Knowledge                               31                            experience pleasure and relaxation by the intensive study of poetry.
       16.     S.U.P.W.                                        32                     ENGLISH (Grammar):
                                                                                         1. To provide knowledge and understanding of the various aspects of grammar.
                                                                                          2.   To enable the students to use the rules of grammar in speaking and in writing
NOTE: The semester system will be followed for all the subjects EXCEPT the                     English.
following:                                                                                3.   To develop linguistic abilities among students and use it for their own expression.

(1) English Language       (2) Hindi Language         (3) Mathematics
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CLASS VI
ENGLISH (Composition):                                                                                  2.   To enrich the understanding of those aspects of Indian historical development
    1.   To develop the ability to speak a coherent set of sentences correctly and                           which are crucial to the understanding of contemporary India.
         continuously on a particular / given topic.                                                    3.   To awaken a desirable understanding of the various streams which have
    2.   To enable the students to arrange their ideas logically and express them clearly.                   contributed to the development and growth of the Indian nation and its civilization
                                                                                                             and culture.
    3.   To enable the students to develop phonetics, pronunciation and voice modulation
         skills.                                                                                        4.   To develop a world historical perspective of the contributions made by various
    4.   To develop an elegant cursive handwriting.                                                          cultures to the heritage of mankind.
HINDI:                                                                                              GEOGRAPHY:
    1.   To impart the knowledge of the standard form of the mother tongue and the                      1.   To develop love for nature and capacity to understand and appreciate natural
         national language to the student.                                                                   beauty and physical forces.
    2.   To enable the student to use idioms and phrases appropriately through their                    2.   To give the knowledge of the land – both Indian and foreign.
         regular use and practice.                                                                      3.   To develop the ideals of world citizenship, universal brotherhood, co-operation
    3.   To develop the ability to use difficult literary terms appropriately and pronounce                  among human beings and sympathetic attitude towards others.
         them correctly.                                                                                4.   To help in adjustment of human life in accordance with geographical
    4.   To enable the student to speak flawlessly and fearlessly and give and understand                    circumstances.
         speeches.                                                                                      5.   To give the correct idea of the geographical references as found in books and
MATHEMATICS:                                                                                                 newspapers.
    1.   To develop the skills in mathematical computation and calculation.                             6.   To inculcate in the student the desire to take to travelling and tourism.
    2.   To develop a scientific attitude to analyse any situation logically.                       COMPUTER SCIENCE:
    3.   To develop the ability of presenting a thought with exactness and brevity.                     1.   To develop logical and analytical thinking.
                                                                                                        2.   To enable the student to comprehend the concepts and practices of computer
    4.   To enable the pupils to put forth arguments when convinced about their
                                                                                                             science.
         correctness without hesitation.
                                                                                                        3.   To help the student to comprehend and be able to apply the fundamental concepts
    5.   To help the child to appreciate the geometrical and symmetrical shapes of the                       of programming.
         natural objects.
                                                                                                        4.   To develop a detailed insight on applications of the computer.
SCIENCE:
                                                                                                        5.   To develop the ability to solve problems using both structured and modular
    1.   To develop the power of reasoning.                                                                  approaches.
    2.   To develop the power of understanding, interpreting and leading to conclusions.                6. To create an awareness of ethical issues related to computing.
    3.   To develop the ability of problem solving.                                                     7. To appreciate the implications of computer use in contemporary society.
    4.   To create a broader outlook in the life of the learner.                                        8. To acquire knowledge of theoretical concepts, application and programming
                                                                                                           aspects of computer science.
    5.   To develop the art of observation and experimentation.
                                                                                                    ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION:
    6.   To develop the power of impartial judgement.
                                                                                                        1.   To develop an understanding of eco-systems and their inter-relations.
    7.   To develop curiosity towards the natural phenomenon.
                                                                                                        2.   To develop an awareness about the utilisation, and overexploitation of natural
    8.   To develop the ability of rational thinking and decision making.                                    resources.
    9.   To develop an aversion towards superstitions.                                                  3.   To develop skills for effectively tackling problems related to the local environment.
    10. To impart training in scientific method and develop a scientific attitude and                   4.   To appreciate and respect legal provisions for protection of animals and plants.
        aptitude.                                                                                       5.   To imbibe the essence of environmental values and ethics in order to live in
HISTORY / CIVICS:                                                                                            harmony with nature.
    1.   To provide an understanding of the government which is necessary to grow into a
         responsible enlightened citizen in a secular democracy.

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Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. –Emerson      Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. -Emerson
CLASS VI
                             MORAL EDUCATION                                                                          ENGLISH LANGUAGE
     Name of the Textbook:         Garden of Life – 6                                       Name of the Textbook:       Essentials of English Grammar and
                   Author:         Radhika Krishnakumar                                                                 Composition 3
                 Publisher:        MACMILLAN                                                                  Author: Rajendra Pal and H C Katyal
                                                                                                          Publisher: Sultan Chand
                 APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)                                                           APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST TERM)
 Suggested     Chapter                                                                    Suggested      Chapter
                         Name of the Chapter                             Page                                     Name of the Chapter                     Page
   Month       Number                                                                       Month        Number
    April        1A      Laughter is the best medicine (written)          5-9             April - May       1     The Sentence                               1
                 1B      Continue (Reading)                                4                                2     Nouns                                      6
                                                                                                            3     Nouns: Number                             10
                  2A       Confidence (Written)                          14-17                              4     Nouns: Gender                             16
     May          2B       Continue (Reading)                            18-22                              5     Nouns: Case                               19
     July         3A       Concentration (Written)                       23-27                                    Words Often Confused / Homophones
                                                                                                           28                                              130
                                                                                                                     (1– 20)
                  3B       Concentration (Reading)                       28-32                                       Homonyms
   August         4A       Being Adventurous (Written)                   33-37                              6        Adjectives                                       23
                                                                                                            7        Adjectives: Degrees of Comparison                28
                  5A       All are equal (Reading)                       43-46                              25       Interjections                                   115
                  5B       All are equal (Written)                       47-51                              31       Comprehension (1 – 2)                         148-149
 September                 Project: Based on the virtue of the month                                                 Essay: Imaginative
                           (any virtue from April to August)                              July              11       Verbs                                           52
                                                                                                            12       The Tense                                       55
                                                                                                            13       Simple Present Tense                            60
             OCTOBER -FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)                                                            14       Simple Past Tense                               65
   October                 Project: CMS Mission (along with the                                             15       Simple Future Tense                             72
                           explanation)                                                                     16       Continuous Tense                                74
  November                 Service to man is Service to God                                                 17       Perfect Tense                                   78
                  6A                                                     53-56                                       Letter Writing: Formal
                           (Written)
                                                                                                                     Essay: Picture Composition
                           Service to man is Service to God                               August            8        Articles                                        34
                  6B                                                     58-60
                           (Reading) continued.                                                             24       Conjunctions                                   111
                  7A       Preparation for Meditation (Written)          61-65                              26       Punctuation and Capital Letters                116
 December         7B       Preparation for Meditation (Reading)          66-69                              29       Synonyms and Antonyms (1 – 30 each)            135
                                                                                                                     One Word Substitution (from the given
                   8       Let Us Value and Save Nature (Written)        70-76                                       list)
 January                   Project: 3 Kinds of CMS Education                                                22       Prepositions                                   102
                                                                                                            23       Correct Use of Prepositions                    104
 February                  REVISION
                                                                                                                     Phrasal Verbs (from the given list)
Note: Written work based on the prescribed textbook Garden of Life to be done in                                     Idioms (from the given list)
the book itself. Project work and CMS Philosophy to be done in a file. There is                                      Letter Writing: Informal
no need to maintain any notebook.                                                         September                  Essay: Dialogue Writing
                                                                                                                     Revision
                                                                                            October                        HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION

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                  OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND TERM)                                                     one who has grown old or had long experience of
                                                                                                 4.                                                                 veteran
October            19    Subject - Verb Agreement                                92                    service or occupation
                   9     Pronouns                                                39              5.    one who believes in the existence of God                     theist
                    10       Personal Pronouns: Number, Gender, Case             48
                                                                                                 6.    one who has no belief in the existence of God                atheist
                             Letter: Formal
                                                                                                 7.    one who abstains from animal food, specially meat            vegetarian
                             Essay: Reflective
November            18       Active and Passive Voice                              83            8.    one who loves and works for fellowmen                        philanthropist
                             Phrasal Verbs (from the given list)                                 9.    one who looks at the bright side of things                   optimist
                    29       Antonyms and Synonyms (31 – 60 each)                 135            10.   one who looks at the dark side of things                     pessimist
                             Letter: Informal
                                                                                                       one who is very simple and who easily believes
                             Essay: Descriptive                                                  11.                                                                gullible
                                                                                                       whatever is told
December                     One Word Substitution (from the given list)
                             Idioms (from the given list)                                              one who is filled with excessive enthusiasm to be
                                                                                                 12.                                                                fanatic
                             Essay: Argumentative                                                      extreme and unreasonable in religious matters
                    31       Comprehension (3 – 4)                              150-152          13.   responsible according to law                                 legitimate
January             27       Direct and Indirect Speech                           120
                                                                                                 14.   a funny imitation of a poem                                  parody
                             Words Often Confused / Homophones (21 –
                    28                                                            130
                             40)                                                                 15.   a person who is made to bear the blame due to others         scapegoat
                             Homonyms                                                            16.   a person who brings goods illegally into the country         smuggler
                             Story-Writing
                    30       Review                                               141            17.   a state in which a person is almost unconscious              stupor
February            31       Comprehension (Oral)                                 153            18.   a person who travels to a sacred place as an act of
                             Revision                                                                                                                               pilgrim
                                                                                                       religious devotion
                              ANNUAL EXAMINATION
                                                                                                 19.   one who talks very little                                    reserved
Note: During each term the following needs to be done:
     1. One word substitution – 25 each                                                          20.   food which agrees with one’s taste                           palatable
     2. Phrasal verbs – 20 each
                                                                                                 21.   a place where small children are looked after while their
     3. Idioms – 20 each                                                                                                                                            crèche
                                                                                                       parents are working, shopping etc.
     4. Antonyms - 30 each
     5. Synonyms - 30 each                                                                       22.   printed notice of somebody’s death                           obituary
     6. Words Often Confused / Homophones – 20 each
                                                                                                 23.   a collection of rays                                         pencil
 No fixed number is prescribed for Homonyms but such words will be examined
  from the prescribed lessons or in general.                                                     24.   one who is neither intelligent nor dull                      mediocre
 Teachers may refer to Scholastic Dictionary of Idioms for teaching the topic.
                                                                                                 25.   a shower of bullets                                          volley

                             One Word Substitution                                                                                    SECOND TERM
                                FIRST TERM                                                        1.    a person pretending to be somebody he is not                  imposter
 1.    one who knows many languages                                linguist                             techniques of using scientific test to find out about the
                                                                                                  2.                                                                  forensic
                                                                                                        crime
 2.    having an evil reputation                                   notorious                      3.    official in-charge of a museum                                curator
 3.    one who plays a game for pleasure and not                                                  4.    people at a lecture or concert                                audience
                                                                   amateur
       professionally                                                                             5.    one who sacrifices his life for a cause                       martyr

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 6.     science of bodily structure                                  anatomy                       16.   not up-to the mark               16. bosom friend
 7.     existing since old times                                     antique                       17.   in black and white               17. change colour
 8.     yearly celebrations of a date or an event                    anniversary                   18.   within a stone’s throw           18. take it easy
 9.     the caretaker of public property                             custodian                     19.   in the long run                  19. keep an eye on
 10.    one who cannot be corrected                                  incorrigible                  20.   won his laurels                  20. false alarm
 11.    which cannot be seen                                         invisible                                                     Phrasal Verbs
                                                                                                             FIRST TERM                              SECOND TERM
 12.    a child without parents                                      orphan
                                                                                                   1.    agree with                         1. open up
 13.    a person who goes somewhere without any invitation           intruder                      2.    aim at                             2. part with
 14.    books published long ago but still in use                    extant                        3.    answer back                        3. patch up
 15     something no longer in use                                   obsolete                      4.    blow up                            4. pull down
 16.    one who does not know how to save money                      spendthrift                   5.    bring up                           5. reduce to
                                                                                                   6.    carry out                          6. run out
 17.    a short journey made by a group of persons together          excursion                     7.    care for                           7. sail through
 18.    a place which provides both boarding and lodging             inn                           8.    cheer up                           8. see off
 19.    a small shop that sells fashionable clothes                  boutique                      9.    cool down                          9. see through
        a book containing summarized information on all                                            10.   deal with                          10. settle down
 20.                                                                 directory                     11.   dream of                           11. shine out
        branches of knowledge
                                                                                                   12.   fade away                          12. speak up
 21.    a paper written in one’s own handwriting                     manuscript                    13.   fall down                          13. stand by
 22.    a large disorderly crowd                                     mob                           14.   fall off                           14. step out
 23.    to congratulate someone in a formal manner                   felicitate                    15.   find out                           15. stretch out
 24.    code of diplomatic etiquette and precedence                  protocol                      16.   get over                           16. throw away
                                                                                                   17.   hopeful of                         17. think ahead
 25.    a place like a hospital where patients who have a lasting    sanatorium                    18.   keep off                           18. try out
        illness or who are recovering from an illness are treated                                  19.   look at                            19. walk away
                                                                                                   20.   look into                          20. carry on
                                      List of Idioms
                FIRST TERM                               SECOND TERM                                MARKING SCHEME                    MARK ALLOTMENT FOR LETTERS
       1.    add fuel to the fire              1. hard nut to crack                          Essay                            10                       Formal Informal
       2.    early bird catches a worm         2. down to earth                              Comprehension                    8     Format
       3.    apple of your eye                 3. hit the jackpot                            Letter                           10    Sender's address     ½        ½
       4.    back to square one                4. in a nutshell                              Grammar Structure                22    Receiver's address   ½        -
       5.    beat around the bush              5. in hot waters                              Idioms                           10    Date                 ½        ½
       6.    bed of roses                      6. in the limelight                           One Word Substitution            5     Salutation           ½        ½
       7.    burn the midnight oil             7. eleventh hour                              Phrasal Verbs                    5     Subscription         ½        ½
       8.    cry over spilt milk               8. keep your fingers crossed                  Antonyms and Synonyms            5     Signature            ½        ½
       9.    to break the record               9. kill two birds with one stone              Words Often Confused /           3     Format                3      2½
       10.   with flying colours               10. leave no stone unturned                   Homophones
                                                                                             Homonyms                         2     Content                    2       2½
       11.   blessing in disguise              11. lend an ear
                                                                                             TOTAL                            80    Expression                 5        5
       12.   face the music                    12. crocodile tears
                                                                                                                                    Total                     10       10
       13.   fight tooth and nail              13. make a mountain out of a molehill
       14.   bury the hatchet                  14. to pick and choose
       15.   blue blood                        15. make hay while the sun shines

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CLASS VI
                           ENGLISH LITERATURE                                                 Note:
                                                                                                Poems will be examined in the written paper. Poems may also be taken
   Name of the Textbook:         New Gem’s English Reader – 6                                     up for recitation and appreciation. For oral drilling, poems can be taken
                 Author:         Francis Fanthome & Dorothy Fanthome                              up for internal assessment.
               Publisher:        Ratna Sagar                                                    Language study portion of the reader can be taken up for teaching of
                                                                                                  grammar (English Language) according to the topics.
                  APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
Suggested        Chapter
                             Name of the Chapter                          Page
  Month          Number
April               5
                    8
                             The diamond necklace
                             Oliver finds happiness
                                                                            26
                                                                            43
                                                                                                                                     fganh
May                15
                             My mother saw a dancing bear
                                                                            87
                                                                                                                                      Hkk"kk
                             (poem) (Oral)
July               13        Indian weavers (poem) (Oral)                   76         Name of Textbook            :   cky fganh O;kdj.k rFkk jpuk       (For Teachers only)
                   18        The mysterious visitor 1                      100
                   19        The mysterious visitor 2                      106                        Author       :   Jherh jkt vxzoky
August              9        The song from heaven                           50                    Publication :        xks;y cznlZ
                   23        The hen                                       126                                  APRIL - SEPTEMBER (FIRST-TERM)
                   10        A child’s thought (poem) (Written)             58          Suggested          Chapter
                                                                                                                                     Name of the Chapter                       Page
September          21        Excalibur                                     116            Month            Number
                    7        Silver (poem) (Oral)                           40         April / May           25      'kCnksa ,oa okD;ksa dk v'kqf+)'kks/ku] foykse   'kCn]     133
                             Revision
                                                                                                                           vkSipkfjd i=] o.kZukRed fuca/k
 October                    FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
                                                                                       July                    9           loZuke] vukSipkfjd i=] i;kZ;okph] vifBr x|ka'k       42
             OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)                                      August                              vusd 'kCnksas ds fy, ,d 'kCn] eqgkojs ¼1 – 15 rd½
October           4      Jumbo jet (poem) (Oral)                           23                                              fp= v/;;u
                 16      No room for a leopard                             90
November         14      Making friends                                    79
                                                                                                               10          fo'ks"k.k                                            47
                                                                                       September                           dYiukRed fucU/k
                  2      The river bank                                     8
                 20      Believing (poem) (Oral)                           113                                             iqujko`fRr
December         12      The restless genie                                69            October                                HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION
                  6      Junk food!                                        33
                         A teacher for all seasons (poem)                                                      OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND TERM)
                  1                                                         05
                         (Written)                                                     October                             vkSipkfjd i=                                         55
January          11      What makes a winner?                               61
                                                                                       November                11          fØ;k
                  3      A handful of salt                                  16
February                 Stopping by woods on a snowy                                                          13          fØ;k&fo'ks"k.k                                       77
                 22                                                        123
                         evening (poem) (Oral)                                                                             i;kZ;okph] foykse 'kCn] fp=&v/;;u] o.kZukRed
                         Revision                                                      December
                                                                                                                           fucU/k
                        ANNUAL EXAMINATION
                                                                                       January                             vusd 'kCnksa ds fy, ,d 'kCn]
                                                                                                                           Ekqgkojs ¼1 – 15 rd½ vifBr x|ka'k

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                       30             fojke&fpg~u                                                  173                           Ik;kZ;okph                                     foykse
February                              dYiukRed fuca/k] vukSipkfjd i=                                                 FIRST TERM          SECOND TERM               FIRST TERM            SECOND TERM
                                      iqujko`fRr                                                               vfrfFk                   vkdk'k                vYi                     iki
                                      ANNUAL EXAMINATION                                                       ve`r                     bPNk                  vuqjkx                  n`f"V
                                               eqgkojs                                                         vfXu                     bUnz                  /keZ                    mxz
               FIRST TERM                                          SECOND TERM                                 vuqie                    bZ'oj                 dVq                     t;
1-    vadq'k gksuk & dkcw esa j[kuk               1-     vkx yxkuk & >xM+k c<+kuk                              v/kZ                     dey                   d`rK                    ty
2-    v¡xwBk pweuk & [kq'kken djuk                2-     vkx mxyuk & Øks/k esa dM+h ckrsa dguk                 v'o                      fdj.k                 vk;                     {kqnz
                                                                                                               va/kdkj                  pUnz                  dksey                   n;kyq
3-    v¡xwBk fn[kkuk & fujknj iwoZd euk           3-     vkx esa ?kh Mkyuk & Øks/k dks vkSj c<+kuk
      djuk                                                                                                     vlqj                     ty                    mnkj                    TkM+
                                                                                                               vgadkj                   i{kh                  mn;                     fHkK
4-    var u ikuk & fdlh dks le> u ikuk            4-     vkxs ihNs ns[kuk & lksp le>dj dke                     vk¡[k                    iou                   xqIr                    mUufr
                                                         djuk
                                                                                                                                          vusd 'kCnksa ds fy, ,d 'kCn
5-    vax vax <hyk gksuk & Fkd tkuk              5-     vkt&dy djuk & cgkus ckth djuk                                         FIRST TERM                                    SECOND TERM
6-    vax vax eqLdjkuk & cgqr izlUu gksuk         6-     vkVs nky dk Hkko ekywe gksuk & lkalkfjd               1-    ftldh dksbZ miek u gks & vuqie           1-     lkS o"kkZs dk le; & 'krkCnh
                                                         >a>Vksa dk Kku                                        2-    bZ'oj esa vkLFkk j[kus okyk & vkfLrd     2-     ,d o"kZ ckn gksus okyk & okf"kZd
7-    va/ks dh ydM+h & ,dek= lgkjk                7-     vkM+s&gkFkksa ysuk & [kjh&[kksVh lqukuk               3-    bZ'oj esa vkLFkk u j[kus okyk & ukfLrd   3-     eghus esa ,d ckj gksus okyk & ekfld
8-    vxj&exj djuk & Vky eVksy djuk               8-     vkokt mBkuk & fojks/k djuk                            4-    ftldk var u gks & vuar                   4-    lIrkg esa ,d ckj gksus okyk & lkIrkfgd
9-    viuk mYyw lh/kk djuk & viuk dke             9-     vkleku ij p<+uk & vfHkeku djuk                        5-    ftldk ikj u gks & vikj                   5-    izfrfnu gksus okyk & nSfud
      fudkyuk                                                                                                  6-    ftldk dksbZ 'k=q u tUek gks & vtkr'k=q   6-    ri djus okyk & riLoh
10-   viuk&viuk jkx vykiuk & viuh                 10-    bZaV ls bZaV ctkuk & u"V Hkz"V djuk                   7-    tks lc dqN tkurk gks & loZK              7-    ftlesa n;k u gks & funZ;h
      viuh ckrsa djuk                                                                                          8-    tks vYi ¼FkksM+k½ tkurk gks & vYiK       8-    Qy [kkdj jgus okyk & Qykgkjh
11-   viuk jkLrk ysuk & :dus dh                   11-    bZn dk pk¡n gksuk & cgqr fnu ckn fn[kkbZ              9-    tks dHkh cw<+k u gks & vtj               9-    tks ty esa fopjrk gks & typj
      vko';drk u gksuk                                   nsuk                                                  10-   tks dHkh u ejs & vej                     10-   tks vkdk'k esa fopjrk gks & uHkpj
12-   viuh dcz vki [kksnuk & vius fouk'k          12-    m¡xyh mBkuk & fuank djuk                              11-   tks midkj ekus & ÑrK                     11-   tgk¡ dfBurk ls tk;k tk, & nqxZe
      dk dke Lo;a djuk                                                                                         12-   tks midkj u ekus & Ñr?u                  12-   tgk¡ igq¡pus esa vklkuh gks & lqxe
13-   vius eq¡g fe;k¡ feV~Bw cuuk & viuh          13-    m¡xyh ij upkuk & o'k esa dj ysuk                      13-   tks vk¡[kksa ds lkeus gks & izR;{k       13-   ekal [kkdj jgus okyk O;fDr & ekalkgkjh
      iz'kalk Lo;a djuk                                                                                        14-   ftls xqIr j[kk tk;s & xksiuh;            14-   ftlds vkus dh dksbZ fuf'pr frfFk u gks
14-   vius ik¡o ij [kM+k gksuk & LokoyEch         14-    mYVh xaxk cgkuk & izfrdwy dke djuk                                                                         & vfrfFk
      gksuk                                                                                                    15-   vkykspuk djus okyk & vkykspd             15-   ftldh dksbZ larku u gks & fu%larku
15-   vDy dk nq'eu & ew[kZ gksuk                  15-    mYVh lh/kh lqukuk & cqjk Hkyk dguk
                                                15                                                                                                       16
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                                           lkfgR;                                                           ldrk gSA
Name of Textbook           :   uwru ljy fganh ekyk Hkkx&6                                              5&   vkSipkfjd] vukSipkfjd i=ksa dk izk:Ik       (Format)   layXu gSA
              Author       :   Jh jke HkV~V                                                                                                            vad foHkktu
         Publication :         xks;y cznlZ                                                                  Section A ¼fganh   Hkk"kk½
                    APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
                                                                                                       1 fucU/k                          10
Suggested        Chapter
                                        Name of the Chapter                               Page         2 i=& ys[ku                        7
  Month          Number
April / May         1       jk"Vªxhr ¼dfork½                                               11          3 vifBr x|ka'k                    10
                       3         usdh dk Qy                                                21          4 O;kogkfjd&O;kdj.k               13  ¼okD;     'kqfð] eqgkojs] foykse] Ik;kZ;okph] vusd 'kCnksa
     July              4         viuh&viuh le> ¼dfork½                                     27            vad ;ksx                        40        ds fy, ,d 'kCn] loZuke] fo'ks"k.k] fØ;k] vkfn½
                       5         QqVckWy dk eSp                                            29          Section B ¼fganh lkfgR;½          40     ¼blesa ikB~; iqLrd ls iz'u iwNs tk;saxs½
   August              6         f'k"Vkpkj                                                 37          dqy vad ;ksx &                    80
                       7         cM+s HkkbZ dks i=                                         42
 September                       iqujko`fRr
  October                            FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
                                                                                                                                                       SANSKRIT
                    OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)                                               Name of Textbook             :         vueksy laLÑr Kkuksn;
  October            10     va/ksj uxjh                                                    56
                                                                                                                      Author        :         Mk0 v'kksd 'kekZ
 November              12        uhfr ds nksgs ¼dfork½                                     73
                                                                                                                   Publication :              tokgj ifCyds'kUl
                       13        bZnxkg                                                    77
 December              14        xksHkh dk Qwy                                             85                                  APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
                       16        d.kZ dk fe=&izse ¼dfork½                                  94          Suggested          Chapter
                                                                                                                                               Name of the Chapter
  January              18        bZekunkj ckyd                                            102            Month            Number

                       21        viuk LFkku Lo;a cukb,                                    116          April - May             3               vdkjkUr iqfYyax 'kCn
  February                       iqujko`fRr                                                                                    4               opu
                                  ANNUAL EXAMINATION
                                                                                                                               5               fØ;k
uksV %&                                                                                                     July               7               dksbZ nks 'yksd
1& fgUnh esa rhu ?k.Vs dk dsoy ,d iz'u&Ik= gksxkA iz'u&Ik= nks Hkkxksa esa foHkkftr gSA
    Section A: Hkk"kk 40 vad
                                                                                                                                               iq#"k
    Section B: lkfgR;] 40 vad                                                                                                  8               izFke iq#"k ¼,dopu & yV~ydkj½
2& dfork,a Nk=ksa dks ;kn djkbZ tk;saxhA                                                                   August              9               izFke iq#"k f}opu
3& dfBu 'kCnksa ds pkVZ~l lkW¶VcksMZ ij yxk;s tk ldrs gaSA
                                                                                                                               10              izFke iq#"k cgqopu ¼yV~ydkj½
4& Nk=ksa ls okrkZyki ds le; fgUnh ds lkfgfR;d 'kCnksa ,oa eqgkojksa dk iz;ksx fd;k tk
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                                     ^fic~* /kkrq] yV~ydkj                                                   ewda djksfr okpkya] iaxq ya?k;rs fxfje~A
                                                                                                  8
September                -
                                                                                                             ;Rd`ik rega oUns] ijekuUn&ek/koe~AA
                                     iqujko`fRr ¼v)Zokf"kZd ijh{kk½
                                                                                                             mRlos O;lus izkIrs nqfHkZ{ks 'k=qladVsA
                                                                                                  9
                     OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)                                                    jkt}kjs ‘e'kkus p ;fLr”Bfr l ckU/ko%AA
  October               11
                                                                                                             xq.kks Hkw"k;rs :ia] 'khya Hkw"k;rs dqye~A
                                     e/;e iq#"k ,dopu                                             10
                                                                                                             flfðHkwZ"k;rs fo|ka] Hkksxks Hkw"k;rs /kue~AA
                                     vl~ /kkrq yV~ ydkj
November                12           e/;e iq#"k f}opu                                                                              HISTORY AND CIVICS
                        13           e/;e iq#"k cgqopu                                            Name of the Textbook:           The Trail History and Civics Book 1
December                14           mRre iq#"k ,dopu                                                           Author:           Jayanti Sengupta
                                                                                                              Publisher:          OUP
                        15           mRre iq#"k f}opu                                                                  APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
                                                                                                Suggested            Chapter
  January               16           mRre iq:"k cgqopu                                                                          Name of the Chapter                      Page
                                                                                                  Month              Number
                                                                                                   April                5       The Harappan Civilization                37
                                     vkdkjkUr L=hfyax 'kCn                                                              9       The Early Vedic Period                   65
 February                            iqujko`fRr ¼okf"kZd ijh{kk½                                      May              17       The Introduction to Civics (Civics)      118
                                                                                                      July             10       The Later Vedic Period                   72
                                                                                                                       13       The Mauryan Empire                       92
uksV %& ikB~;Øe esa fn;s x;s 'yksdksa ds 'kCnkFkZ rFkk vFkZ HkyhHkk¡fr le>k;s tk;saxsA                                 19       Communities in India (Civics)            126
                                                                                                   August              14       The Mauryan Administration               98
                                           uhfr'yksdk%                                                                 18       Living in Society (Civics)               122
                                                                                                 September                      Revision
           'kSys 'kSys u ekf.kD;a] ekSfDrda u xts xtsA
    1                                                                                                                           The Egyptian Civilization OR
           lk/koks% u fg loZ=] pUnua u ous ousAA                                                                    PROJECT:
                                                                                                                                The Roman Civilization
           Ikznks"ks nhid% pUnz%] izHkkrs nhid% jfo%A                                             October                        FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
    2
           =SyksD;s nhid% /keZ% lqiq=% dqynhid%AA                                                                  OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
           liZ&nqtZu;ks% e/;s] oja liZ% u nqtZu%A                                                October              11      Jainism and Buddhism                       80
    3
           liZ% n'kfr dkys rq] nqtZu% rq ins insA                                               November              15      The Gupta Empire                           103
                                                                                                                      20      Rural Local Self-Government (Civics)       131
           m|esu fg fl/;fUr] dk;kZf.k u euksjFkS%A                                              December               3      The Mesopotamian Civilization              23
    4
           u fg lqIrL; flagL;] izfo'kfUr eq[ks e`xk%AA                                                                21      Urban Local Self-Government (Civics)       140
           gLrL; Hkw"k.ka nkua] lR;a d.BL; Hkw"k.ke~A                                                                 16      South Indian Kingdoms                      111
    5                                                                                            January              22      Preservation of Public Property (Civics)   146
           Jks=L; Hkw"k.ka 'kkL=a] Hkw"k.kS% fd iz;kstue~AA                                      February                     Revision
           fo|kFkhZ lgrs d"Va] fo+|kFkhZ dq:rs Jee~A
    6
           fo|kFkhZ yHkrs fo|ka] /kua p rnuUrje~AA
    7      fo|k nnkfr fou;a] fou;kr~ ;kfr ik=rke~A
           ik=Rokn~ /kuekIuksfr] /kukð;Za rr% lq[ke~AA
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                                 ANNUAL EXAMINATION                                         Seas – Tasman, Coral, Arafura, Timor.
 *    Project work may be given for summer vacation.                                        Map work related to Climate (rainfall and climatic divisions) and Natural
 *    A picture based question in History will be given in the examination.                 vegetation as given in the textbook.
 *    Board pattern will be introduced, for example, the structured essay type
      questions.
                                                                                                         OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
 *    A single notebook to be maintained for History and Civics.
                                                                                            Suggested     Chapter
                                                                                                                                 Name of the Chapter                  Page
                                                                                              Month       Number
                                                                                             October         9      Africa, Location and Physical Features             59
                                                                                            November        10      Africa, Climate and Natural Vegetation             68
                                   GEOGRAPHY                                                December        12      Egypt, The Gift of Nile                            85
                                                                                                            13      Africa, Life of Bushmen                            92
     Name of the Textbook:        For ICSE Schools Geography Book 6                           January       14      Africa, Cocoa Cultivation in Ghana                 96
                   Author:        R K Jain                                                    February              Revision
                 Publisher:       Ratna Sagar                                                                       ANNUAL EXAMINATION

                   APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
 Suggested        Chapter Name of the Chapter                                Page                                                 Map Work
   Month          Number
 April - May        2      The Earth and the Solar System                        10                                      Second Semester - Africa
                    3      Major Landforms and Water Bodies                      18
                                                                                            Mountains and Plateaus - Drakensberg, Atlas, Adamawa Highlands, Ethiopian
 July               4      Australia, Location and Physical Features             26         Highlands, Bie Plateau, Great Karroo, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mt. Rungwe, Mt. Kenya,
 August             5      Australia, Climate and Natural Vegetation             33         Ahaggar Plateau
                    7      Australia, A Case Study                               47
                                                                                            Deserts - Sahara, Kalahari, Namib, Nubian, Libyan
 September                 Revision
  October               REVISION / FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION                               Lakes - Victoria, Tanganyika, Chad, Nasser, Malawi, Rudolf
                                                                                            Bays - Walvis, St. Helena
                                                                                            Gulfs - Guinea, Gabes, Sidra
                                      Map Work
                                                                                            Straits - Bab el Mandab, Gibraltar Mozambique channel
                                    First Semester
                                                                                            Sea - Red, Mediterranean
Political Map of Australia
Mountains and Plateaus - Macdonnell, Darling Range, Flinders Range, Great                   Rivers - Nile, Niger, Congo, Orange, Limpopo, Zambezi
Dividing Range, Kimberley Plateau, Grey Range, Australian Alps, Mt. Kosciusko,              Places - Madagascar, Durban, Cape Town, Cairo, Addis Ababa, Nairobi, Tripoli, Accra,
Mt. Woodroffe, Mt. Ziel, Mt. Ord, Hamersley Range, Mt. Bruce, Barkly Tableland              Cape of Good Hope, Luanda.
Deserts - Gibson, Great Victoria, Tanami, Great Sandy, Simpson                              Map work related to Climate (rainfall and climatic divisions) and Natural
Peninsula - Cape York, Eyre                                                                 vegetation as given in the textbook.
Plains - Nullarbor
Places - Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, Tasmania, Perth, Darwin,
Kalgoorlie, Bunbury, Hobart
Lakes - Eyre, Disappointment, Gairdner, Carey, Woods
Rivers - Murray, Darling, Flinders, Ord, Victoria, Daly, Roper, Gilbert
Gulfs, Bays and Straits – Bass Strait, Torres Strait, Gulf of Carpentaria, Joseph
Bonaparte, Geographe Bay, Spencer Gulf, Encounter Bay, Princess Charlotte Bay
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                                                                                         January           14        Operations on Algebraic Expressions          167
                                MATHEMATICS                                                                          (continued)
                                                                                                           20        Triangles                                    227
   Name of the Textbook:         ICSE Mastering Mathematics Class VI
                 Author:         M L Aggarwal                                           February           20        Triangles (continued)                        227
               Publisher:        Arya Publications                                                                   REVISION
                                                                                                                   ANNUAL EXAMINATION
                    APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST TERM)
Suggested        Chapter
                           Name of the Chapter                            Page
  Month          Number
                                          MATHS I                                                                            PHYSICS
 April-May          3      Number Systems                                  23
                    4      Integers                                        37             Name of the Textbook:          Living Science, Physics for Class 6
   July             6      Fractions                                       70                           Author:          Dhiren M Doshi
  August            7      Decimals                                        90                         Publisher:         Ratna Sagar
                   12      Simple Interest                                 147
September          12      Simple Interest (continued)                     147                          APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
                           REVISION                                                    Suggested      Chapter
                                                                                                               Name of the Chapter                                Page
                                         MATHS II                                        Month        Number
 April-May         17      Fundamental Geometrical Concepts                191            April          1     Physics and Its Importance                          3
   July            13      Fundamental Concepts of Algebra                 153                            2       Measurement                                      8
  August           13      Fundamental Concepts of Algebra                 153
                           (continued)                                                     May                    Measurement (Continued)
                   19      Constructions                                   220                                    To measure the area of an irregular lamina
September          21      Circle                                          237                         Activity   using a graph paper (Affix the graph and
                           REVISION                                                                               write the aim, calculation and result)
                             HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION
                                                                                           July                   Measurement (Continued)
               OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND TERM)                                                           3       Force and Pressure                               24
                                    MATHS I                                              August           4       Work and Energy                                  37
 October           10        Percentage                                    128                         Activity   Based on potential energy using a suitable
November           10        Percentage (continued)                        128                                    body, say a spring and a ball (Write the aim,
                                                                                                                  method and observation)
                   11        Profit and Loss                               139
                                                                                       September                  Revision
December            9        Ratio and Proportion                          115          October                      FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
 January            9        Ratio and Proportion (continued)              115
                                                                                                    OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
                    1        Sets                                           1
                                                                                         October       5      Machines                                             49
 February                    REVISION
                                                                                       November                   Machines (Continued)
                                               MATHS II
                                                                                                       Activity   Picture based: Demonstration of the three
 October           18        Angles, Parallel Lines                        200                                    types of levers (Affix/draw the diagrams of
November           18        Angles, Parallel Lines (continued)            200                                    two devices of each type of lever and label
                                                                                                                  the positions of load, effort and fulcrum in
December           14        Operations on Algebraic Expressions           167                                    each)
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December            6       Magnetism                                            59                          OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
                                                                                                     October      4       Separation of Mixtures                              45
 January                    Magnetism (continued)
                                                                                                    November      4       Separation of Mixtures (continued)                  45
                 Activity   To demonstrate the directive and attractive                                           6       Air                                                 68
                            property of a magnet. (Write the aim,                                   December      6       Air (continued)                                     68
                            method, observation and result.)                                                      7       Water                                               85
 February                   Revision                                                                 January      7       Water (continued)                                   85
                             ANNUAL EXAMINATION                                                     February              Revision
                                                                                                                        ANNUAL EXAMINATION

Notes:
1. Activities may be described in the homework notebooks.
2.    There will be one paper in the subject. The marks will be distributed as follows:
                                                                                                                                         BIOLOGY
      Theory             : 80 marks
                                                                                                      Name of the Textbook:          Living Science Biology Class VI
      Class tests        : 20 marks
                                                                                                                    Author:          Anita Paul
The theory paper will be divided into two sections – Section I (40 marks) and Section                             Publisher:         Ratna Sagar Pvt Ltd
II (40 marks). Section I (compulsory) will contain short answer type questions on the
entire syllabus. Section II will have six questions and the candidates will be required to                           APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
answer any four of the six questions.                                                              Suggested        Chapter
                                                                                                                               Name of the Chapter                           Page
                                                                                                     Month          Number
                                                                                                      April            1       Life on Earth                                  3
                                                                                                   May – July           2         Classification of Plants and Animals       11-16
                                                                                                                                  (excluding classification of               18-26
                                                                                                                                  invertebrates)
                                      CHEMISTRY
                                                                                                     August             6         Our Environment                             61
                                   Simplified Chemistry Class 6 (Non Anglo                         September                      Revision
     Name of the Textbook:         Version)                                                         October                      FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
                        Author:    Dr Viraf J Dalal
                    Publisher:     Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd.                                                   OCTOBER - FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
                                                                                                   October -            3         The Structure and Functions of Plant        27
                  APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)                                               November                       Parts
Suggested        Chapter                                                                           December             4         Health and Hygiene                          40
                           Name of the Chapter                             Page
  Month          Number
                                                                                                     January            5         Soil                                        52
   April            1      Basic Chemistry                                  1
   May              5      Classification of Changes – Physical             58                      February                      Revision
                           and Chemical Changes                                                                                 ANNUAL EXAMINATION
     July           2      Elementary Concept of Matter –                   13
                           States of Matter
 August             3      Elements, Compounds and Mixtures               26-33,38
September                  Revision
 October                    FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION

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                            COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
   Name of the Textbook:         Access to Computer Education Book 4
                 Author:         N Subramanian & S Chithra                                Name of the Textbook:          Frank Environmental Education Class 6
               Publisher:        OUP                                                                    Author:          Dr Rajendra Sharma
                                                                                                      Publisher:         Frank Publication
                  APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
Suggested          Chapter                                                                                APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
                                  Name of the Chapter                  Page            Suggested           Chapter
  Month            Number                                                                                                  Name of the Chapter                   Page
                                                                                         Month             Number
   April              1         Classification of                        1
                                Computers                                                                               Natural Resources – Over
                                                                                        April - May           5                                                   41
                                                                                                                        utilization and Conservation
    May                 6           The World of Computers             41-50
                                                                                           July                3            Natural Resources – I                 24
    July                3           What is Programming                  12
                                                                                                               4            Natural Resources – 2                 35
  August                4           Algorithms (excluding sorting)       26
                                                                                                                            Generation of Waste: Its
                        5           Flowcharting (excluding              31               August               6                                                  48
                                                                                                                            Sources
                                    sorting)
September                           PROJECT                                             September              7            Types of Waste                        54
                                    (Related to algorithm and
                                    flowcharting)                                                                           Revision

                                   Revision                                              October                      FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
                              FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
                                                                                                      OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
          OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)                                           October             8        Hazards of Waste Accumulation               59
October –        7        Introduction to BASIC                          60                                                 Waste, Community Health and
                                                                                        November               9                                                  63
November                                                                                                                    Sanitation

                       8            BASIC Statements                     73             December               10           Waste and its Disposal                68

December               8            BASIC Statements                     73                                                 Conditions for Proper
                                                                                         January               11                                                 73
                                    (Continued)                                                                             Waste Management

                       9            System Commands                      86-89           February                        Revision
                                                                                                                    ANNUAL EXAMINATION
  January              2            Applications of Computers             6
 February                           PROJECT
                                    (Basic Programs)
                                 Revision
                            ANNUAL EXAMINATION




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                                         ART                                                       OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)

   Name of the Textbook:         Rupa Pencil Drawing Book – 3                            Page
                                                                                                         32, 37, 38, 42, 43, 47, 50, 51, 53, 56, 57
                                                                                        Numbers
                 Author:         Partha Protim Biswas
               Publisher:        Asha Book Agency                                                           REVISION / ANNUAL EXAMINATION

                  APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)

  Pages          2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28

  Flags          Estonia, Hungary, Russia, Gabon, Haiti, Bahamas,                                                             SUPW
                 Bolivia, Paraguay, Fiji, Solomon Island                                 Name of the Textbook:          Let’s Do - 6 (A book of Socially Useful
                                                                                                                        Productive Work)
                    FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION
                                                                                                          Author:       Satish Kumar and M S Siddiqui
                                                                                                        Publisher:      Kriti Prakashan Pvt Ltd.
             OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
                                                                                                         APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
   Pages          30,32,34,36,38,40,42,44,46,48,50,52,54,56                              Suggested          Chapter
                                                                                                                       Name of the Chapter                  Page
                                                                                           Month            Number
   Flags          Kenya, Congo, Burundi, Seychelles, Tanzania,                             April             1         Self-Discipline                       5-11
                  Netherlands, Ukraine, Macedonia, Romania, Switzerland                     May              2         Health and Hygiene                   15-21
                            ANNUAL EXAMINATION                                              July             3         A Good Citizenship                   22-26
                                                                                                             4         Energy Conservation                  27-32
Note: The Flags will not be evaluated.                                                    August             5         Safety Measures                      33-40
                                                                                         September           6         Environment and Pollution            41-52

                                                                                                  OCTOBER – FEBRUARY (SECOND SEMESTER)
                                                                                          November      7        Computer and its role in                 53-60
                                                                                                                 our life
                          GENERAL KNOWLEDGE                                               December      8        Community Care                           61-64
   Name of the Textbook:         New Find Out Book 6                                       January      9        Developing Good                          65-72
                 Author:         Neil O’ Brien & Barry O’ Brien                                                  Hobbies
               Publisher:        OUP

                  APRIL – SEPTEMBER (FIRST SEMESTER)
 Page
                  7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 30, 31
 Numbers
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