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Syllabus for the Unit Tests (1st Term- April 2010 to September 2010, Session 2010-2011)           Class II

Subject - English

1st Unit Test   Course Book: L-1 Sara’s Ribbon, L-2 Tanya Wants a Red Kite, L-3 Sneezing Tara
19-07-2010      Poem: The Furry Home.         Activity Book: Lessons 1, 2 & 3
All the work done in the Books & Note Book.

2nd Unit Test Course Book: L-4 Mary Loves Flowers, L-5 Helping & Sharing, L-6 A Ride on the Metro
(Date will be Poems: Bring Me a Letter, Pretending.       Activity Book: Lessons 4, 5 & 6
informed later) All the work done in the Books & Note Book.

Project Work: Write down the Poem ‘Pretending’ neatly in your scrap book. Draw and colour the pictures
related to it.
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Subject – Maths:
1st Unit Test Chapter-1 Numbers up to 200, Ch-2 Addition
10-05-2010    Multiplication Tables 2 & 3. Work done in the Book and Note Book.

2nd Unit Test   Ch-3 Subtraction, Ch-4 Multiplication Concepts, Ch-5 Numbers upto 1000
23-08-2010      Multiplication Tables 2 to 7. Work done in the Book and Note Book.

Project Work: Paste colourful grids using Origami sheets to show the following addition and subtraction in the
scrap file.
36 + 45 = ?
73 - 18 = ? [ Refer pages 37 & 55 of Maths Book]

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Subject – E.V.S.

1st Unit Test   L-1 I Love Myself, L-2 Our Wonderful Body, L-3 Growing Older , L-4 Clothes For Us
12-07-2010

2nd Unit Test   L-5 Food For Us, L-6 Tools we Use, L-7 Healthy Habits, L-8 Our Family,.
06-09-2010

Project Work:
Roll No.__ to __:      Paste the pictures of five things that we get from animals and write a few sentences on
each.
Roll No. __ to __:     Write about any five good food habits and paste the relevant pictures.
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Art & Craft:
Colouring Book: Pages 1, 2, 5 & 7 – 13.
Art: A Flower Pot, Actv. – Thumb Painting (Page 3), An Aeroplane, A Penguin, Actv.: Apartment (Page 18),
Vegetables, A mushroom.
Craft: Paper Folding, Bird (Page 25), Pen holder (Pg. 27), Sea beach (Pg. 31), Funny faces (Pg. 28)

Physical Education: Basic etiquette, discipline, standing in attention, stand at ease, dressing up the line from
one to more lines and from more lines to a single line, Personal hygiene, Recreational games, games involving
running, Races, P.T. exercises, Yoga (Basics), a few asanas, exercises that involve jumping, obeying commands
like, ‘about turn, right turn, left turn’, Simple walking, Meaning of commands, Group games, Jogging, Traffic
rules (basic), Introduction to skills required for games such as Volley ball, Cricket and Football.
General Knowledge & Moral Science:
1st Unit Test G.K: Pages 1 to 4 & 8 to 10.
M. Sc.: Lessons 1, 2 & 3

2nd Unit Test:   G.K: Pgs. 15 to 19
M. Sc.: Lessons 4, 5 & 6

Note:
1. Besides the Unit Tests, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior intimation.
2. Each Unit Test will be of 20 marks and 30 marks will be for other class Activities. There is no
examination for the students up to class V. The results of these classes will be based on the performance
of students in the Unit Tests conducted during both the Terms of the academic session. Students will be
awarded grades in all the subjects.
3. In case the scheduled date of any test happens to be a holiday, the test would be conducted on the next
working day.

4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Unit Test, whatever the reason may be.

P.S.    Only one Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for all the Project Work. Different pages of the
Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for different subjects. This Scrap Book / Sketch Book
with complete Project Work should be submitted to the Class Teacher by 09-07-2010 positively,
failing which no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, CHANDIGARH.

Syllabus for the Unit Tests (1st Term- April 2010 to September 2010, Session 2010-2011)            Class III

Subject - English
1st Unit Test  Course Book: L-1 Alice and the Strange Animals , L-2 A Gift for Granny.
19-07-2010     Work Book: L-1 Alice and the Strange Animals. Poem: If I Could be an Astronaut.

2nd Unit Test Course Book: L-3 Krishna, The Postman, L-4 The Clever Rabbit
(Date will be Work Book: L-4 The Clever Rabbit        Poem: Mothers are for --------
informed later) Grammar: Number, Articles.

Project Work: Make a poster asking people to be kind to animals. Write a few lines about do’s and don’ts.
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Subject – E.V.S.
1st Unit Test  L-1 In The Family, L-2 Our Sense Organs, L-5 Plants, Our Friends.
17-05-2010     L-6 Leaves In Our Lives.

2nd Unit Test   L-7 The Animal World, L-8 Worms and Insects, L-9 Birds Around Us,
23-08-2010      L-10 Food For Everyone.

Project Work: Draw a family tree of your paternal and maternal relatives. (OR)
Paste two pictures of trees, shrubs, herbs, creepers and climbers. (Refer L-5)
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Subject – Maths.
1st Unit Test L-1 Place Value, L-2 Adition
12-07-2010    All the work done in the Book and Notebooks.

2nd Unit Test   L-3 Subtraction, L-4 Multiplication, L-8 Shape, Space & Patterns.
06-09-2010      All the work done in the Book and Notebooks.

Project Work:
Roll No. __ to __     Draw different solid shapes, write their names, faces, edges and corners they have.
Roll No __ to __      Draw 3 figures each using curved lines and straight lines.
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Subject – Computer Studies:
1st Unit Test   L-1 Computer a Machine, L-2 Computer Hardware
10-05-2010

2nd Unit Test   L-3 Computer Software, L-4 The Keyboard, L-6 Central Processing Unit.
09-08-2010

Project Work:
Make a list of atleast eight hardware devices ( along with their pictures) and explain their usage in a single line.
(Refer pg. 13 of your Book)
(OR)
Draw a Nature Scenery in the Paint Brush. Take the printout and paste it in your Scrap Book. (Ref. page no. 73 of
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Art & Craft:
Colouring Book: Pages 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 11 & 16.
Art: Actv.: Chirwa Pasting (Pg. 2), Stick drawing, Actv.: Saree decoration (Pg. 5), A candle, Actv.: Was
and wash (Pg. 21), A duck in the water, Actv.: Paper collage (Pg. 28), Landscape, High scape.
Craft: Egg tray, Wall hanging (Pg. 33), Clay modeling (Pg. 35)

Physical Education: Discipline, etiquette, Jogging, Running, Two lines games, Running games, Yoga training,
Skills required for different games, health and hygiene, Routine exercises, Making students aware as to which
game will suite them, P.T. exercises, Basics of Cricket, Football and gymnastics, Commands – Attention and
Stand at ease, Left turn, Right turn, About turn, Forward march, Halt, Mark time, Circle games, Moving in a line.
Skipping exercises.

General Knowledge & Moral Science :
1st Unit Test: G.K: Life Skills (Pgs. 2 to 4), Sports: Pgs. 8, 9, 12, 13 & 15.
M. Sc.: L-1 Thank You God, L-2 First Come, First Served. L-3 King Bruce and the Spider.

2nd Unit Test   G.K: Language & Literature: Pgs. 17 to 21. India: Pgs. 22 to 26 & 30
M. Sc.: L-4 How Vikram Saved The Tigers, L-5 Leader or Liar?, L-6 Duty Towards Parents.

Note:
1. Besides the Unit Tests, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior
intimation.

2. Each Unit Test will be of 20 marks and 30 marks will be for other class activites. There is no examination
for the students up to class V. The results of these classes will be based on the performance of students in
the Unit Tests conducted during both the Terms of the academic session. Students will be awarded grades
in all the subjects.

3. In case the scheduled date of any test happens to be a holiday, the test would be conducted on the next
working day.

4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Unit Test, whatever the reasons may be.

P.S.    Only one Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for all the Project Work. Different pages of the
Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for different subjects. This Scrap Book / Sketch Book
with complete Project Work should be submitted to the Class Teacher by 09 -07-2010 positively,
failing which no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, CHANDIGARH.

Syllabus for the Unit Tests (1st Term- April 2010 to September 2010, Session 2010-2011)   Class IV
Subject - English
1st Unit Test    M.C.B: L-2 Heidi Meets Grandfather, L-3 Mina’s Letter .
09-08-2010       Work Book: L-2 Heidi Meets Grandfather
Grammar: L-1 Kinds of Nouns, L-2 Nouns: Number, L-3 Verbs: Forms.
Supp. Reader: Lessons 1, 2 & 3. Recitation: Granny, Granny, Please Comb My Hair

2nd Unit Test M.C.B: L-4 Yuuki and the Tsunami, L-6 Tiger Talk. Work Book: L-6 Tiger talk.
(Date will be Grammar: L-3 Verbs; Forms, L-4 Verbs: The ‘ – ing’ Form, L-5 The Past Participle
informed later) & Perfect Tenses, L-6 Conjunctions.
Recitation: Cats        Supp. Reader: Lessons 4, 5 & 6

Project Work: Talk to your grandparents and find out how they lived or what they did, when they were of your
age. Write a short paragraph based on what they tell you. Paste pictures to illustrate your paragraph.
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Subject – Social Studies
1st Unit Test  L-1 Our Beautiful Country, L-2 The Northern Mountains, L-3 The Northern Plains.
17-05-2010     Map: Any 8 states along with their capitals.

2nd Unit Test   L-4 The Western Desert, L-5 The Southern Plateau, L-6 The Coastal Plains and the Islands.
30-08-2010      Map: The Coastal Plains and the Island.

Project Work: Make a model of a desert in a tray with lots of sand. Make some sand dunes. Show some camels
and date palms also.     (OR)
Write on the physical divisions- places where they are found, type of soil, life in the region.
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Subject – Science:
1st Unit Test  L-1 Food for Plants,    L-2 Adaptation in Plants, L-3 Animals: Growing in Numbers.
10-05-2010

2nd Unit Test   . L-4 Adaptation in Animals, L-5 Food and Digestion,     L-6 Our Teeth & Microbes.
23-08-2010

Project Work: 1. Visit a zoo. Observe one bird and one mammal in detail. Write about them and draw their
pictures in the scrap file.
(OR)
Name the plants which come under grass family. Mention the uses of bamboo plant. Paste the specimens of grass
plants in your scrap file.
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Subject – Maths:
1st Unit Test L-1 Place Value, L-2 Addition & Subtraction.
12-07-2010

2nd Unit Test   L-3 Multiplication,   L-7 Shapes, Space and Patterns, L-8 Measurement.
06-09-2010

Project Work: Draw any 4 different geometrical designs with the help of a compass and decorate it (Pg. 135)
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Subject – Computer Studies:
1st Unit Test L-1 Know Your Computer, L-2 Memory and Storage.
02-08-2010

2nd Unit Test L-3 Know Your Windows, L-4 Fun with Paint, L-5 Using Special Effects..
(Date will be informed later)

Project Work: Draw a beautiful Birthday Greeting using Paint Brush. (Ref. page no. 92 of the Book)
(OR)
Make a list of atleast five Input and five output devices, paste their pictures and write their uses in one sentence
each. (Refer Pg. Nos. 6 & 7 of the Book)
Art & Craft:
Colouring Book: Pages 1 – 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 21
Art: Actv.: Bangle flower (Pg.31), Different types of leaves, A flower composition, Actv.: Date palm (Pg.
26), Composition, My living room, Village scene.
Craft: Bottle doll (Pg. 34), Bouquet (Pg. 35), Lamp shade (Pg. 36), Decorated pot (Pg. 33)

Physical Education: Basic etiquette, How to conduct oneself in the play ground, How to keep a healthy
atmosphere, Food habits, Exercises, P.T. and Games, Benefits of Morning walk, Evening walk and games after
dinner. Commands – Attention, Stand at ease, left, right & about turn, Mark time, Halt, Start of Mark time,
Making one line out of two lines, Making circles and from circles to a single line, Two line games – Dog in the
pond, Making eight, Shifting players to the other team with the help of three claps, Discipline, How to maintain a
proper balance between studies and other activities, Free movements, Running games e.g. Ice & water, forming a
chain. Skipping exercises & traffic rules. Introduction of Athletics.

Environmental Education:          U-I [Lessons 1, 2 & 3], U-II [Lessons 1, 2 & 3],
Unit-III [Lesson 13], U-IV [Lesson 16)

General Knowledge & Moral Science :
1st Unit Test: G.K: Life Skills & Sports: Pages 1 – 15.
M. Sc.: L-1 All Things Bright and Beautiful, L-2 The Value of Time, L-3 Brave Hans.

2nd Unit Test:   G.K: Language & Literature and India : Pages 16 to 32
M . Sc.: L-4 The Royal Feast, L-5 Martyr of Charity, L-6 The Stone Cutter.

Note:
1. Besides the Unit Tests, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior intimation.

2. Each Unit Test will be of 20 marks and 30 marks for other class activities. There is no examination for the
students up to class V. The results of these classes will be based on the performance of students in the
Unit Tests conducted during both the Terms of the academic session. Students will be awarded grades in
all the subjects.

3. In case the scheduled date of any test happens to be a holiday, the test would be conducted on the next
working day.

4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Unit Test, whatever the reasons may be.

P.S.    Only one Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for all the Project Work. Different pages of the
Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for different subjects. This Scrap Book / Sketch Book
with complete Project Work should be submitted to the Class Teacher by 09 -07-2010 positively,
failing which no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL,CHANDIGARH.

Syllabus for the Unit Tests (1st Term- April 2010 to September 2010, Session 2010-2011)            Class V

Subject - English
1st Unit Test  M. C. B & work Book: L-2 A Country Childhood , L-3 Robot’s Don’t Lie!
09-08-2010     Poem: Asking Questions.         Supp. Reader: Part I, II
Grammar: L-1 Prefixes & Suffixes, L-2 Reflexive Pronouns.

2nd Unit Test M. C. B & Work Book: L-5 A Robbery, L-6 The Angry Dragon
(Date will be Poem: My Tree. Supp. Reader: Part III
informed later) Grammar: L-3 Possessive Adjectives, L-4 Some More Adverbs.

Project Work: Collect information on any two Nobel Literates and tell what is inspiring about them.
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Subject- Social Studies:
1st Unit Test  L-1 Globes and Maps, L-2 Parallels and Meridians, L-5 Weather and Climate.
17-05-2010     Map Work: Continents & Oceans on earth.

2nd Unit Test   L-6 The Land of Dense Forests, L-7 The Land of Snow, L-8 The Land of Sand.
30-08-2010      Map Work: Hot deserts of the world.

Project Work: Make a chart on signs and symbols used on a map.
(OR)
Make the model of the earth on a soft rubber ball. Draw the heat zones on it and colour them. You
may also put a knitting needle through the ball to rotate the earth.
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Subject – Science:
1st Unit Test  L-1 Plants- Growing in Numbers.
10-05-2010     L-2 Lifestyles of Animals, L-3 Bones and Muscles

2nd Unit Test   L-4 The Nervous System, L-5 Food and Health, L-6 Safety and First Aid.
23-08-2010

Project Work:
Roll No. ___ to ___:    Choose a vegetable seed. Plant it in a pot. Make a progress chart in your scrap file and
write the observations everyday till the seed becomes a full-grown plant.

Roll No. ___ to ___: Find out the names, pictures and details of five migratory birds.
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Subject – Maths:
1st Unit Test Ch-1 Place Value, Ch-2 The Four Operations, Ch-6 Geometry Basics.
12-07-2010

2nd Unit Test   Ch-3 Factors & Multiples, Ch-7 Exploring Shapes and Patterns, Ch-9 Area and Perimeter,
06-09-2010            Ch-13 Handling Data.

Project Work:
Write any four names using straight lines. Find out how many right, acute, obtuse or straight angles are there in
each name (Refer Pg. 113)
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Computer Studies:
1st Unit Test L-1 About a Computer, L-2 Evolution of Computer, L-3 Software and Its Types.
02-08-2010

2nd Unit Test L-4 Working With Windows, L-5 Review of Microsoft Word, L-6 More on Microsoft Word
(Date will be informed later)

Project Work: Use your creativity and make a beautiful Invitation Card for your School’s Annual Day-cum-
Founder’s Day. Take a printout and paste that in your Project Work Scrap Book. (Ref. Pg. 108 of the Book)
(OR)
Make a list of 6 great world personalities of the computer world and paste their pictures.(Ref. Pg. 2 of the Book)
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Art & Craft: Colouring book: Pgs. 1, 3, 4, 6 – 9 & 11 – 13.
Art: Actv.: Primary colours (Pg. 2), Colour wheel and fruits, Actv.: Rangoli (Pg. 5), Landscape, Vegetables,
Actv.: Paper collage (Pg. 24), Village scene, Object drawing.
Craft: Acetate sheet, Lamp (Pg. 33), Glass painting (Pg. 34), Photo frame (Pg. 35), Towel hanger (Pg. 36)

Physical Education: Basic etiquette, How to conduct oneself in the play ground, How to keep a healthy
atmosphere, Food habits, Exercises, P.T. and Games, Benefits of Morning walk, Evening walk and games after
dinner. Commands – Attention, Stand at ease, left, right & about turn, Mark time, Halt, Start of Mark time,
Making one line out of two lines, Making circles and from circles to a single line, Two line games – Dog in the
pond, Making eight, Shifting players to the other team with the help of three claps, Discipline, How to maintain a
proper balance between studies and other activities, Free movements, Running games e.g. Ice & water, making a
chain. Introduction of Athletics, How to warm up before games, Skipping exercises, Indoor games (Carrom,
Chess, Table-Tennis & Fun Games), Outdoor games( Sepak Takraw, Badminton)

Environmental Education: L-6 The Food We Eat, L-7 Building in a Locality, L-8 The Clothes We Wear,
L-9 Some Special Celebrations.

General Knowledge & Moral Science:
1st Unit Test: G.K: Pgs. 4 to 15.
M. Sc: L-1 Lives of Great Men, L-2 Monty and His Dream, L-3 Pups For Sale.

2nd Unit Test   G. K: Pgs. 16 to 30.
M. Sc: L-4 Triple Punishment, L-5 Who Will Remove the Stone, L-6 Whose Turban Is It?

Note:
1. Besides the Unit Tests, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior intimation.
2. Each Unit Test will be of 20 marks and 30 marks are for other class activities. There is no examination for
the students up to class V. The results of these classes will be based on the performance of students in the
Unit Tests conducted during both the Terms of the academic session. Students will be awarded grades in
all the subjects.
3. In case the scheduled date of any test happens to be a holiday, the test would be conducted on the next
working day.
4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Unit Test, whatever the reasons may be.
.
P.S.   Only one Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for all the Project Work. Different pages of the
Scrap Book / Sketch Book should be used for different subjects. This Scrap Book / Sketch Book
with complete Project Work should be submitted to the Class Teacher by 09 -07-2010 positively,
failing which no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, CHANDIGARH.

Syllabus and Format for the Summative Assessment (September 2010)                 Class-VI

Subject-English:
Main Course Book: U-I In Danger [ Sec. II & IV], U-II Friends Are Forever [Sec. III & IV],
Unit-III Think Food [Sec. II, III & IV], U-IV Playing The Game [Sec. I, III & IV]

Grammar: Revision of Nouns, Gender and Number, Pronouns and Possessives, The sentence, Types of
sentences, Countable & Uncountable Nouns, Adjectives.

Work Book: Lessons 1, 2, 3 & 4.

Writing: Message, Paragraph, Informal letter, Comprehension.

Suppl. Reader: Lessons 1 to 10.

Format & Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                   20 Marks
Other Assessments , Project Work etc.: 30 Marks
Summative Assessment:                   80 Marks
Formative Assessments:
A.1. (Reading) An unseen Passage or a Poem                                    05 Marks
B.1.   (Writing) Based on the given syllabus                                  05 Marks
C.1.   (Grammar) Exercises based on the given syllabus                        05 Marks
D.1. (Litt. Reader) a) An extract with questions based on the given topic
b) Short answer questions based on the given topic                     05 Marks
Note: Formative Assessment-2 will consist of MCQs in all Sections except Writing.

Activity Assessment Scale :              M.M: 30
Activities: Listening and speaking/Reading:               5+5
C.W & H. W/Written assignment                 5+5
Group and individual activity:                5+5
Total = 30 marks
Summative Assessment:
Section-A Reading 20 Marks
Qs. 1 – 4 (Four unseen passages i.e. extracts from poems/factual/descriptive/literary or discursive passages)
- Will include 5 MCQs of one mark each in each passage.
- Will test inference, evaluation and vocabulary.
- Will be of 650 – 850 words.

Section-B Writing          20 Marks
Q.5.    Notice/message/postcard/any short composition:            4 marks
Q.6.    A long composition based on any given topic (Unseen)      8 marks
Q.7.    A long composition based on a Unit in the M.C.B           8 marks

Section-C Grammar 20 Marks
Qs. 8 – 12: (Grammar topics covered in the class)
- will include 5 questions testing a specific grammatical item in each with 4 MCQs of 1 mark each.
5 x 4 = 20 marks

Section-D Literature 20 Marks
Q.13.   Any two extracts out of 3 from prose/plays/poetry with MCQs. Each carrying 3 marks: 3 + 3 = 6 marks
Q.14.   Four out of five short answer type questions based on prose poetry and play of 2 marks
each testing inference and evaluation. (Word limit: 30 – 40 words)                          8 marks
Q.15.   One out of two long answer type questions to assess personal response to the text by going
beyond the text- poem/story or extract. Creativity and extrapolation will also be assessed. 6 marks
(Class VI, P.2.)

Project Work: Write a story. Select one animal or bird that is endangered. Find out where it lives, what it eats
and how it looks after its young one and why it is endangered. Write it in the form of a story along with pictures.
Date of Submission: 06-07-2010
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Subject- Social Science:
1. Geography (28 marks)
L-1 The Earth in Space, L-2 The Globes and Maps, L-3 Latitudes and Longitudes,
L-4 Motions of the Earth.

2. History (27 marks)
L-2 Our Ancestors, L-3 Early River Valley Civilization, L-5 Rise of Buddhism and Jainism.

3. Civics (25 marks)
L-1 Diversity, L-2 Making a Living, L-3 The Government.

Map Work: Geography: i) Political map of India, ii) World Physical – Continents & Oceans.
History: L-2 Pg. 15 Important Archaeological Sites, L-3 Pg. 24 Extent of Harappan Civilization.

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 Marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale :    30 Marks
Writing Assignments: 10 marks
Presentation:          10 marks
Project / Map skills:  10 marks

Marking Scheme (Summative Assessment)
History (27 Marks)
MCQs                     1 x 6 = 6 marks
Short questions-answers  3 x 5 = 15 marks
Long question-answer     4 x 1 = 4 marks
Map                             2 marks

Civics (25 Marks)
MCQs                              1 x 6 = 6 marks
Short questions-answers           3 x 5 = 15 marks
Long question-answer              4 x 1 = 4 marks

Geography (28 Marks)
MCQs                              1 x 4 = 4 marks
Short questions-answers           3 x 6 = 18 marks
Long question-answer              4 x 1 = 4 marks
Map                               2 marks
Total No. of questions         36

Project Work: Prepare a folder listing various public facilities that you enjoy in your day to day life. Name the
persons and agencies responsible for providing these facilities, along with colourful illustrations.
(OR)
Presentation- Collect information about India’s space programme. How has India benefited from the launch of
satellites into space?
Date of submission: 08-07-2010
(Class VI, P.3.)

Subject- Science:
L-1 Sources of Food, L-2 Components of Food, L-4 Sorting Materials Into Groups, L-5 Separation of
Substances, L-7 Living and Non Living, L-10 Living Organisms and Their Surroundings, L-11 Measurement
And Motion L-13 Electricity and Circuits, L-15 Water.
Activity: To separate a mixture of sand and water by sedimentation and decantation.

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessments:                20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Formative Assessment:
Q.1. Fill in the blanks (4 blanks):            4 x ½ = 2 marks
Q.2. MCQs                                      4 x 1 = 4 marks
Q.3. Very short answer type questions:         3 x 1 = 3 marks
Q.4. Short answer type questions:              4 x 2 = 8 marks
Q.5. Long answer type question:                3 x 1 = 3 marks
Note; Diagrams may also be given as questions.

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
H.W./C.W./ Written assignment:             10 marks
Activity / Project:                        10 marks
Activity or Project related MCQs:          10 marks

Summative Assessment:
1. very short answer type questions:                 5Q. x 1 =    5 marks
2. Short answer type questions (I)                   9Q. x 2 =    18 marks
3. Short answer type questions (II)                  9Q. x 3 =    27 marks
4. Long answer type questions                        3Q. x 5 =    15 marks
5. M.C.Q. (Activity performed in the class)          15Q. x 1 =   15 marks
Total= 80 marks

Project Work: Make a simple torch (Refer L-13, Pg. 135)
(OR)
Prepare a list of any ten plants. Name them and their parts that we eat, along with relevant pictures. (Refer L-1,
Pg. 7)
Date of Submission: 12-07-2010
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Subject: Maths
Ch-1 Knowing our numbers, Ch-2 Whole Numbers, Ch-3 Playing with Numbers, Ch-4 Basic Geometrical
Ideas, Ch-5 Understanding Elementary Shapes, Ch-6 Integers, Ch-11 Algebra.

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Formative Assessment:
Type                     No.              Marks           Total
1)                       M.C.Qs                   5       x        1               5 marks
2)                       S.A. Type                5       x        3               15 marks
(Class VI, P.4.)

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
Written assignment (H.W./C.W./ Extra questions):           10 marks
Activities (Covered in Notebooks/Maths lab manual):        10 marks
Project work / Presentations:                              10 marks

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 80 Marks
Type of Qs.    No. of Qs.                        Marks for each         Total Marks
1.   M.C.Q.                8                                   1                      8
4                                   2                      8
2.   S.A. Type I           7                                   2                    14
3.   S.A. Type II         10                                   3                    30
4.   L.A. Type             5                                   4                    20
Total                34                                                        80

Project Work: I. Using toothpicks make a chart of all the letters of the English alphabets. Observe and
highlight the different angles formed.
(OR)
From the newspaper cut out articles in which you see angles. Make a collage highlighting the angles.

II. Name five large cities in India. Find their population. Also find the distance in Kilometres between each pair
of these cities.
Date of Submission: 14-07-2010
_______________________________________________________________________________________

Subject-Computer Studies:
L-1 Computer Language, L-2 Working with Windows, L-3 More on Windows, L-4 Review of Power Point,
L-5 Applying Formatting Effects, L-6 Modifying Slides, L-7 Using Objects.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
- C.W , H. W. & Written assignments:                                     10 marks
- Performance in Computer Lab/ Presentation
on the topic of the month:                                             10 marks
- Project Work / Collect information in I.T. field (Maintain scrapbook): 10 marks

Summative Assessment:
1.   MCQs                                        2 x 12 =         24 marks
2.   Very short answer type questions            1 x 10 =         10 marks
3.   Type I questions                            2x8=             16 marks
4.   Type II questions                           3 x 10 =         30 marks

Project Work:- Make a presentation on the topic ‘Holidays are not just for fun’ (5 slides) and paste the printouts
in a scrap book.
Date of submission: 16-07-2010
(Class VI, P.8.)

Subject: Art & Craft:
Art:   Introduction of Art, Tools of Art, Colour Wheel, Fruit composition (Pencil shading), Ice cream seller,
What are natural colours, Dot pa inting, Etching, Basics of landscape, A bird composition, Mosaic
painting, Silhouette painting.
Craft: Hand fan, Collage making, Paper weight, calendar.

Environmental Education:
Social Science: L-1 Our Environment, L-2 Human Dependence on the Environment:
Science:        L-3 Natural Resources, L-4 Mineral and Energy Resources.

Physical Education: Concept of Physical Education, Specific exercises of warming-up and conditioning,
Callisthenics exercises. Fundamental skills of Softball and Baseball, Recreational activities – Leg cricket, Dodge
ball, Skipping, Yoga exercises, Concept of Yoga, Sports awards – Dronacharya Award. Introduction for Athletics,
warming up before physical activities. March drill, awareness of First-aid, Traffic rules, Discipline, indoor games
(Carrom, Chess, Table-Tennis & Fun games), Badminton.

Moral Science:     Lessons 1 to 4, 6 & 7

General Knowledge : L-1 Personality Development (Pgs. 1 – 5) , L-2 Sports (Pgs. 6, 8 & 10), L-3 Languages
& Literature (Pgs. 11, 12, 14, 17 & 21), L-4 India (Pgs. 22 – 31).

Formative Assessments Schedule for the session 2010-2011 (1st term)
Subject                       Dates
Science               03-05-2010 & 26-07-2010
Social Science        10-05-2010 & 02-08-2010
Maths                 17-05-2010 & 09-08-2010
Punjabi               08-07-2010 & 19-08-2010
Hindi                 12-07-2010 & 23-08-2010
English               19-07-2010 & 30-08-2010
Comp. Science         22-07-2010 & 26-08-2010

Note:
1. Besides the Formative Assessments, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior
intimation.

2. The marks of the Formative Assessments & Activities will be assessed for the Summative Assessment.

3. In case the scheduled date of any Assessment happens to be a holiday, the Assessment would be
conducted on the next working day.

4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Formative Assessment, whatever the reasons
may be. However if a student misses any Assessment on medical grounds, then assessed marks based on
the earlier or next Assessment will be awarded.

5. The Project Work in each subject should be submitted by the dates as mentioned, failing which
no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, CHANDIGRH.
Syllabus and Format for the Summative Assessment (September 2010)                     Class VII
Subject-English:
M. C. B: Communicate in English:
Unit-I A Bagful of Laughs (Sections 1, 2 & 3), Unit-II Creatures Big and Small (Sections 2 & 3),
Unit-III One World (Sections 2, 3 & 4), Unit-IV The Growing Years (Sections 1 & 3)

Work Book: Units I, II, III & IV.

Writing: i) Paragraph, ii) Message, iii) Diary entry,   iv) Informal letter, v) Book review.

Supplementary Reader: (Around the World in Eighty Days) Chapters 1 – 14.

Grammar (The Grammar Tree): L-2 Kinds of Sentences – based on meaning, L-3 Finite and Non Finite
Verbs, L-6 Adjectives, L-7 Adverbs (1), L-8 Adverbs (2), L-13 Subject – Verb concord, L-14 Tenses,
L-16 Active and Passive Voice.

Format & Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                   20 Marks
Other Assessments , Project Work etc.: 30 Marks
Summative Assessment:                   80 Marks
Formative Assessments:
A.1. (Reading) An unseen Passage or a Poem                                    05 Marks
B.1.   (Writing) Based on the given syllabus                                  05 Marks
C.1.   (Grammar) Exercises based on the given syllabus                        05 Marks
D.1. (Litt. Reader) a) An extract with questions based on the given topic
b) Short answer questions based on the given topic                     05 Marks
Note: Formative Assessment-2 will consist of MCQs in all Sections except Writing.

Activity Assessment Scale:                 M.M: 30
Activities: Listening and speaking/Reading:                 5+5
C.W & H. W/Written assignment                   5+5
Group and individual activity:                  5+5
Total = 30 marks
Summative Assessment:
Section-A Reading 20 Marks
Qs. 1 – 4 (Four unseen passages i.e. extracts from poems/factual/descriptive/literary or discursive passages)
- Will be include MCQs of one mark each in each passage.
- Will test inference, evaluation and vocabulary.
- Will be of 650 – 850 words.
Section-B Writing       20 Marks
Q.5. Notice/message/postcard/any short composition:                 4 marks
Q.6. A long composition based on any given topic (Unseen) 8 marks
Q.7. A long composition based on a Unit in the M.C.B                8 marks
Section-C Grammar 20 Marks
Qs. 8 – 12: (Grammar topics covered in the class)
- will include 5 questions testing a specific grammatical item in each with 4 MCQs of 1 mark each.
5 x 4 = 20 marks
Section-D Literature 20 Marks
Q.13. Any two extracts out of 3 from prose/plays/poetry with MCQs. Each carrying 3 marks: 3 + 3 = 6 marks
Q.14. Four out of five short answer type questions based on prose poetry and play of 2 marks
each testing inference and evaluation. (Word limit: 30 – 40 words)                          8 marks
Q.15. One out of two long answer type questions to assess personal response to the text by going
beyond the text- poem/story or extract. Creativity and extrapolation will also be assessed. 6 marks
(Class VII, P.2.)

Project Work: Collect information about any 5 wildlife sanctuaries in India (their names, animals kept there, any
endangered species etc.). Write your views/opinion on the Topic: ‘Do you think it is fair to keep animals in
sanctuaries or zoo away from their natural habitat? Give reasons’. (In not more than 150 words)
Date of Submission: 06-07-2010

Subject: Social Science :
Geography: (28 marks)
L-1 Components of Environment, L-2 Changing Faces of the Earth – The Processes-I, L-3 Changing Faces of
the Earth – The Processes-II, L-4 Atmosphere and Its Temperature.
Maps: Ch-3 (Pg. No. 28-G), India (Major Soils)
Diagrams: (i) Pg 18-G - Interior of the Earth, (ii) A Volcanoe (Pg. No. 22-G), (iii) Composition of
Atmosphere (Pg. No. 39)

History: (27 marks)
L-1 India and the World (when, where and how), L-2 New Kings and Kingdoms, L-3 Life and Society Under
Rajputs, L-5 The Turkish Invasions.
Maps: (i) India: Regional Powers AD 800 to 1200 (Pg. No. 4 – H), (ii) India : Between AD 1200 – 1300 (Pg.
No. 33-H)

Civics: (25 marks)
L-1 Democracy, L-5 The Market Around Us.

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 Marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale :    30 Marks
Writing Assignments: 10 marks
Presentation:          10 marks
Project / Map skills:  10 marks

Marking Scheme (Summative Assessment)
History (27 Marks)
MCQs                     1 x 6 = 6 marks
Short questions-answers  3 x 5 = 15 marks
Long question-answer     4 x 1 = 4 marks
Map                             2 marks

Civics (25 Marks)
MCQs                             1 x 6 = 6 marks
Short questions-answers          3 x 5 = 15 marks
Long question-answer             4 x 1 = 4 marks

Geography (28 Marks)
MCQs                             1 x 4 = 4 marks
Short questions-answers          3 x 6 = 18 marks
Long question-answer             4 x 1 = 4 marks
Map                                      2 marks
Total No. of questions         36
(Class VII, P.3.)

Project work: (History) Collect information about various sources of history (archeological and literary) and
write about any 5 archeological and 5 literary sources. Details should be given about: (i) Who built/wrote it, (ii)
Time / period, when it was built/written, (iii) Its location, (iv) Its features/characteristics etc.
(OR)
(Civics) Collect information about any 5 democratic and 5 non-democratic countries. Write about: (i) Type of
government, (ii) Name of the President/Prime Minister, (iii) Its location, area and population, (iv) Language,
religion etc.
Date of Submission: 08-07-2010

Subject: Science.
L-1 Nutrition in Plants, L-2 Nutrition in Animals, L-3 Structure of Matter, L-4 Animal Fibres,
L-5 Heat & Its Effects, L-6 Flow of Heat, L-7 Acids, Bases & Salts, L-10 Soil, L-11 Respiration,
L-15 Winds, Storms and Cyclones, L-20 Wastewater Management.

Activity:       To grow Fungi (OR)
Make 20 Flash cards of different elements. Write the symbol and valency of each element.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Formative Assessment:
Q.1. Fill in the blanks (4 blanks):            4 x ½ = 2 marks
Q.2. MCQs                                      4 x 1 = 4 marks
Q.3. Very short answer type questions:         3 x 1 = 3 marks
Q.4. Short answer type questions:              4 x 2 = 8 marks
Q.5. Long answer type question:                3 x 1 = 3 marks
Note; Diagrams may also be given as questions.

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
H.W./C.W./ Written assignment:            10 marks
Activity / Project:                       10 marks
Activity or Project related MCQs:         10 marks

Summative Assessment:
1. very short answer type questions:                5Q. x 1 =    5 marks
2. Short answer type questions (I)                  9Q. x 2 =    18 marks
3. Short answer type questions (II)                 9Q. x 3 =    27 marks
4. Long answer type questions                       3Q. x 5 =    15 marks
5. M.C.Q. (Activity performed in the class)         15Q. x 1 =   15 marks
Total= 80 marks

Project Work:
Collect the flora and fauna of the places you visited in your summer vacation, paste them in your scrap file and
write some information about them.
(OR)
Find out about the different breeds of sheep used to obtain wool. Which breeds are of Indian origin? Paste
pictures also.
Date of Submission: 12-07-2010______________________________________________________
(Class VII, P.6.)
Subject- Maths:
Ch-1 Integers, Ch-2 Fractions & Decimals, Ch-3 Data Handling, Ch-4 Simple Equations, Ch-5 Lines and
Angles, Ch-6 The Triangle and its Properties, Ch-12 Algebraic Expressions, Ch-14 Symmetry.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessments:                      20 Marks
Other Assessment, Project Work etc.:        30 marks
Summative Assessment:                       80 Marks
Formative Assessment:
Type                   No.                    Marks          Total
1)                   M.C.Qs                 5             x        1              5 marks
2)                   S.A. Type              5             x        3              15 marks

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
Written assignment (H.W./C.W./ Extra questions):            10 marks
Activities (Covered in Notebooks/Maths lab manual):         10 marks
Project work / Presentations:                               10 marks

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 80 Marks
Type of Qs.    No. of Qs.                          Marks for each      Total Marks
1.   M.C.Q.                8                                     1                   8
4                                     2                   8
2.   S.A. Type I           7                                     2                 14
3.   S.A. Type II         10                                     3                 30
4.   L.A. Type             5                                     4                 20
Total                34                                                       80

Project Work: 1. Draw a right triangle of 3 cm, 4 cm and 5 cm with sticks on a chart paper. Now on its each
side make squares with sticks and find their areas and find the relation.
(OR)
Make a kite with glazed paper and write how many triangles it has? Find each angle.

2.      Write all the properties of integers with examples on a chart paper.
Date of Submission: 14-07-2010

Subject- Computer Studies:
L-1 Computer Hardware, L-2 Number System, L-3 The Virus, L-4 Working With Windows,
L-5 Charts in Power Point, L-11 Review of Q Basic, L-12 Looping Statement.

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                         20 Marks
Other Assessment, Project Work etc.:          30 marks
Summative Assessment:                         80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
- C.W , H. W. & Written assignments:                                     10 marks
- Performance in Computer Lab/ Presentation
on the topic of the month:                                             10 marks
- Project Work / Collect information in I.T. field (Maintain scrapbook): 10 marks

Summative Assessment:
1.   MCQs                        2 x 12 =        24 marks
2.   Very short answers          1 x 10 =        10 marks
3.   Type I questions            2x8=            16 marks
4.   Type II questions           3 x 10 =        30 marks
(Class VII, P.7.)

Project Work: Write the rules for Binary conversion and Binary subtraction using example. (Do it on full chart
paper).
Date of Submission:16-07-2010

Art:    Elements of Art, How to show light & dark shades, Tree composition, A Village scene, Still life (Pencil
shading), Still life (with colours), Basic Human sketches, Figurative composition, Shadow shading.

Craft: Book marker, Shopping bag, Photo frame.

Environmental Education:
Social Science: Lessons 3 & 4
Science:        Lessons 1 & 2

Physical Education: Discipline, Concept of Physical Education – Need and importance of Physical Education,
Specific exercises of warming-up and conditioning, First Aid. Fundamental skills of Netball, Sepak Takraw,
Badminton, the concept of Yoga & its importance, Sports awards – Dronacharya award, Arjun Award.
Gymnastics, Skipping exercises, Traffic Rules, March Drill & Athletics, indoor games (Carrom, Chess & Table
Tennis).

Moral Science:          L-1 The Meaning of Friendship, L-2 Love is Life, L-3 From the Heart, L-4 Keeping
Your Place With Honour, L-5 Win Some, Lose Some, L-7 Be True To Yourself.

General Knowledge : U-1 Personality Development, U-2 Sports ,
U-3 Language and Literature, U-4 India, U-5 Science

Formative Assessments Schedule for the session 2010-2011 (1st term)
Subject                      Dates
Science               03-05-2010 & 26-07-2010
Social Science        10-05-2010 & 02-08-2010
Maths                 17-05-2010 & 09-08-2010
Punjabi               08-07-2010 & 19-08-2010
Hindi                 12-07-2010 & 23-08-2010
English               19-07-2010 & 30-08-2010
Comp. Science         22-07-2010 & 26-08-2010

Note:
1. Besides the Formative Assessments, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior
intimation.

2. The marks of the Formative Assessments and Activities will be assessed for the Summative Assessment.

3. In case the scheduled date of any Assessment happens to be a holiday, the Assessment would be
conducted on the next working day.

4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Formative Assessment, whatever the reasons
may be. However if a student misses any Assessment on medical grounds, then assessed marks based on
the earlier or next Assessment will be awarded.

5. The Project Work in each subject should be submitted by the dates as mentioned, failing which
no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, CHANDIGARH
Syllabus and Format for the Summative Assessment (September 2010)                              Class VIII

Subject: English
Communicate in English: Unit-I Out of This World! [ Sec. 2 Romel Meets The Moon, Sec. 3 Poem: Saving
The World With Waffler]
Unit-II Art and Culture [ Sec. 1 Seventy Plus and Still Quacking, Sec. 2 The Last Stonemason, Sec. 3 The
Dance Lesson]
Unit-III The Ladder of Success [ Sec. 1 Women Man the Wheel on the Metro, Sec. 2 Poem: Don’t Quit]
Unit-IV Adventure and Mystery [ Sec. 2 After Twenty Years , Sec 3 Imagination ]

Work Book: U-I Out of this World U-II Art & Culture        U-III The Ladder of Success
U-IV Adventure & Mystery
Writing: Letters- Formal , Notice, Message, Diary entry.
Grammar: The sentences, Clauses, Non finites, The participles, The gerund, The infinite, The tense, Direct &
Indirect speech.

Format & Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessments:
A.1. (Reading) An unseen Passage or a Poem                                          05 Marks
B.1.     (Writing) Based on the given syllabus                                      05 Marks
C.1.     (Grammar) Exercises based on the given syllabus                            05 Marks
D.1. (Litt. Reader) a) An extract with questions based on the given topic
b) Short answer questions based on the given topic                         05 Marks
Note: FA-2 will consist of MCQs in all Sections except Writing.
Activity Assessment Scale:                 M.M: 30
Activities: Listening and speaking/Reading:                 5+5
C.W & H. W/Written assignment                   5+5
Group and individual activity:                  5+5
Total = 30 marks
Summative Exam:
Section-A Reading 20 Marks
Qs. 1 – 4 (Four unseen passages i.e. extracts from poems/factual/descriptive/literary or discursive passages)
- Will include 5 MCQs of one mark each in each passage.
- Will test inference, evaluation and vocabulary.
- Will be of 650 – 850 words.
Section-B Writing 20 Marks
Q.5. Notice/message/postcard/any short composition:                 4 marks
Q.6. A long composition based on any given topic (Unseen) 8 marks
Q.7. A long composition based on a Unit in the M.C.B                8 marks
Section-C Grammar 20 Marks
Qs. 8 – 12: (Grammar topics covered in the class)
- will include 5 questions testing a specific grammatical item in each with 4 MCQs of 1 mark each.
5 x 4 = 20 marks
Section-D Literature 20 Marks
Q.13. Any two extracts out of 3 from prose/plays/poetry with MCQs. Each carrying 3 marks: 3 + 3 = 6 marks
Q.14. Four out of five short answer type questions based on prose poetry and play of 2 marks
each testing inference and evaluation. (Word limit: 30 – 40 words)                          8 marks
Q.15. One out of two long answer type questions to assess personal response to the text by going
beyond the text- poem/story or extract. Creativity and extrapolation will also be assessed. 6 marks

Project Work: Collect information about Sh. Nek Chand or Sh. M. F. Hussain. Paste relevant pictures and
specify the art objects or the paintings that you liked.
Date of Submission: 06-07-2010
(Class VIII, P.2.)
Subject: Social Science:
Geography: L-I Resources, L-II Natural Resources- Land, Soil and Water, L-V Agriculture,
L-VI Industries. [ Maps: Pg. 60 G & 70 G ]
History:        L-I India and The Modern World- Where, When and Why?, L-III Rural Life And Society,
L-IV Colonialism and Tribal Societies, L-VI The Revolt of 1857- 58. [Maps: Pg, 12 H & 55 H]

Civics:         L-I The Constitution, L-III The Judiciary.

Disaster Management: L-I Disaster Management I (Earthquakes, volcanoes and Landslides), L-II Disaster
Management II (Cyclones, Floods and Droughts)

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 Marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale :    30 Marks
Writing Assignments: 10 marks
Presentation:          10 marks
Project / Map skills:  10 marks

Summative Assessment:
Unit    No.  & Marks            1 Mark questions      3      Marks    4      Marks   Map           Total
Subject                                               questions       questions      questions
HISTORY         25              4                     5               1              1 (2 marks)
CIVICS          24              5                     5               1              ---
GEOGRAPHY       23              5                     4               1              1 (2 marks)
DISASTER        08              2                     2               ---            ----
MANAGEMENT
TOTAL           80              16                    16              3              1             36 questions

Project Work: Collect information regarding the remedial measures taken by the Indian Constitution and the
Indian Government for the help of the Scheduled Tribes (or the Adivasis)
(OR)
Collect information of 2 reformers, mention the main contribution of each one of them. (Refer Pg 73 H)
Date of Submission: 08-07-2010_________________________________________________________

Subject: Science :
Biology:       L-1 Crop Production, L-2 Microorganisms, L-7 Conservation of Plants and Animals.
L-8 Cell – Structure & Functions.
Chemistry:     L-2 Synthetic Fibres & Plastics, L-4 Metals & Non Metals, L-5 Coal & Petroleum.
Physics:       L-11 Force & pressure, L-12 Friction, L-14 Some Natural Phenomenon.

Project:        Prepare a working model of an electroscope. (OR)
Prepare a still 3 D model of a plant or an animal cell.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Formative Assessments:
Q.1. Fill in the blanks (4 blanks):                4 x ½ = 2 marks
Q.2. MCQs                                          4 x 1 = 4 marks
(Class VIII, P.3.)

Q.3. Very short answer type questions:         3 x 1 = 3 marks
Q.4. Short answer type questions:              4 x 2 = 8 marks
Q.5. Long answer type question:                3 x 1 = 3 marks
Note; Diagrams may also be given as questions.

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
H.W./C.W./ Written assignment:         10 marks
Activity / Project:                    10 marks
Activity or Project related MCQs:      10 marks

Summative Assessment:
1. very short answer type questions:             5Q. x 1 =    5 marks
2. Short answer type questions (I)               9Q. x 2 =    18 marks
3. Short answer type questions (II)              9Q. x 3 =    27 marks
4. Long answer type questions                    3Q. x 5 =    15 marks
5. M.C.Q. (Activity performed in the class)      15Q. x 1 =   15 marks
Total= 80 marks
Note: A diagram may be given as a question.
Project Work:
Prepare a working model of an Electroscope.
(OR)
Prepare a still 3 D model of a plant or an animal cell.
Date of Submission: 12-07-2010______________________________________________________

Subject: Maths
Ch-1 Rational Numbers, Ch-2 Linear Equations in One Variable , Ch-3 Understanding Quadrilaterals,
Ch-4 Practical Geometry, Ch-6 Square & Square Roots. Ch-7 Cubes & Cube Roots, Ch-9 Algebraic
Expressions & Identities , Ch-12 Exponents & Powers Ch-13 Direct and Inverse Variations.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                   20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.:   30 marks
Summative Assessment:                   80 Marks
Formative Assessment:
Type                   No.                  Marks          Total
1)                   M.C.Qs                 5         x          1              5 marks
2)                   S.A. Type              5         x          3              15 marks

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
Written assignment (H.W./C.W./ Extra questions):          10 marks
Activities (Covered in Notebooks/Maths lab manual):       10 marks
Project work / Presentations:                             10 marks

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 80 Marks
Type of Qs.    No. of Qs.                      Marks for each        Total Marks
1.   M.C.Q.                8                                 1                     8
4                                 2                     8
2.   S.A. Type I           7                                 2                   14
3.   S.A. Type II         10                                 3                   30
4.   L.A. Type             5                                 4                   20
Total                34                                                     80
(Class VIII, P.4.)

Project Work: 1. Visit the grain/vegetable market of Sector 26, Chandigarh, along with your father/mother and
make a list of price of 10 – 15 vegetables/fruits and compare the prices with the prices of vegetables/fruits as sold
by vendors who pass by your house. Check which one is higher and by what %.

2. Verify experimentally the identity: (a + b) 2 = a2 + 2 ab + b2. (Pg. 149)
Date of Submission: 14-07-2010

Subject- Computer Studies.
L-1 Networking Concepts, L-4 Formatting a Worksheet, L-5 Formulae and Functions, L-6 Creating a Chart,
L-7 Using Excel as a Database, L-8 Advance Features of Excel, L-13 Surfing Internet.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
- C.W , H. W. & Written assignments:                                     10 marks
- Performance in Computer Lab/ Presentation
on the topic of the month:                                             10 marks
- Project Work / Collect information in I.T. field (Maintain scrapbook): 10 marks
Summative Assessment:
1.      MCQs                     2 x 12 =         24 marks
2.      Very short answers       1 x 10 =         10 marks
3.      Type I questions         2x8=             16 marks
4.      Type II questions        3 x 10 =         30 marks

Project Work: Make a beautiful chart on Features of Excel (5) with relevant pictures (Draw or paste)
(OR)
Make your Progress Report in Excel and save your work on a C.D.
Date of Submission: 16-07-2009
Subject: Art and Craft:
Art:    What is perspective, Types of shading, Human Sketches in motion Figurative composition (Pencil
shading), Geometrical design, How to draw animals, Animal composition (Oil pastels), Slogan writing,
How to use water colours.
Craft: Flowers, Folder, Soft toys.

Environmental Education:
Science:         Ch-1 Balance In Nature., Ch-3 Different Sources of Energy In India.
Social Science : Ch-2 Impact of Population On Environment, Ch-4 Crop Farming, Animal Farming
& the Environment

Physical Education: Discipline, Concept of Physical Education – Place of Physical Education in total education
process, importance and principles of Health Education, First aid, Specific exercises of warming-up and
conditioning. Fundamental skills of Netball and Cricket, Badminton, Athletics, Sports awards – Dronacharya
award, Arfusia Award, Rajni Khel Rattan, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy. Skipping exercises, Traffic Rules,
indoor games (Carrom, Chess & Table Tennis).

Moral Science:           L-1 Making choices, L-2 Sharing with others, L-3 Equality, L-4 Empathy,
L-5 Caring for the elderly.

General Knowledge : U-1 Personality Development (Pgs. 1, 2 & 4 – 7), U-2 Sports (Pgs. 9, 11, 12, 15 & 16),
U-3 Language & Literature (Pgs. 17, 19, 20, 24 & 25),
U-4 India (Pgs. 26, 27, 29, 30, & 32 – 34)
Formative Assessments Schedule for the session 2010-2011 (1st term)
Subject                       Dates
Science               03-05-2010 & 26-07-2010
Social Science        10-05-2010 & 02-08-2010
Maths                 17-05-2010 & 09-08-2010
Punjabi               08-07-2010 & 19-08-2010
Hindi                 12-07-2010 & 23-08-2010
English               19-07-2010 & 30-08-2010
Comp. Science         22-07-2010 & 26-08-2010

Note:
1. Besides the Formative Assessments, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior
intimation.

2. The marks of the Formative Assessments and Activities will be assessed for the Summative Assessment.

3. In case the scheduled date of any Assessment happens to be a holiday, the Assessment would be
conducted on the next working day.

4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Formative Assessment, whatever the reasons
may be. However if a student misses any Assessment on medical grounds, then assessed marks based on
the earlier or next Assessment will be awarded.

5. The Project Work in each subject should be submitted by the dates as mentioned, failing which
no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, CHANDIGARH

Syllabus and Format for the Summative Assessment (September 2010)                             Class IX
Subject: - English.
Main Course Book:       U-1 People, U-2 Adventure, U-3 Environment.

Prose:         U-1   How I Taught My Grandmother to Read, U-2 A Dog Named Duke.
Poetry:        P-1   The Brook, P-2 The Road Not Taken, P-3 The Solitary Reaper,
P-4   Lord Ullin’s Daughter.
Drama:          D-1   Villa For Sale.

Workbook:              Units 1 to 4.

Writing Section:       All types of short and extended writing tasks done in the class.

Format & Marks Distribution:

Formative Assessment:
A.1. (Reading) An unseen Passage or a Poem                                          05 Marks
B.1.     (Writing) Based on the given syllabus                                      05 Marks
C.1.     (Grammar) Exercises based on the given syllabus                            05 Marks
D.1. (Litt. Reader) a) An extract with questions based on the given topic
b) Short answer questions based on the given topic                         05 Marks
Note: FA-2 will consist of MCQs in all Sections except Writing.
Activity Assessment Scale:                 M.M: 30
Activities: Listening and speaking/Reading:                 5+5
C.W & H. W/Written assignment                   5+5
Group and individual activity:                  5+5
Total = 30 marks
Summative Assessment:
Section-A Reading 20 Marks
Qs. 1 – 4 (Four unseen passages i.e. extracts from poems/factual/descriptive/literary or discursive passages)
- Will include 5 MCQs of one mark each in each passage.
- Will test inference, evaluation and vocabulary.
- Will be of 650 – 850 words.
Section-B Writing 20 Marks
Q.5. Bio sketch/Data interpretation/Dialogue writing/Description:                   4 marks
Q.6. Formal / Informal letter / e-mail:                                             8 marks
Q.7. Diary entry / Article / Speech / Debate:                                       8 marks
Section-C Grammar 20 Marks
Qs. 8 – 12: (Grammar topics covered in the class)
- will include 5 questions testing a specific grammatical item in each with 4 MCQs of 1 mark each.
5 x 4 = 20 marks
Section-D Literature 20 Marks
Q.13. Any two extracts out of 3 from prose/plays/poetry with MCQs. Each carrying 3 marks: 3 + 3 = 6 marks
Q.14. Four out of five short answer type questions based on prose poetry and play of 2 marks
each testing inference and evaluation. (Word limit: 30 – 40 words)                          8 marks
Q.15. One out of two long answer type questions to assess personal response to the text by going
beyond the text- poem/story or extract. Creativity and extrapolation will also be assessed. 6 marks

Project Work: Will be informed later

Date of Submission: 06-07-2010
Class IX, P.2.

Subject – Social Science

History:        L-2 Russian Revolution, L-3 Rise of Nazism.
Maps: Map Nos. 3 to 6 (From the Historical Atlas), Map Nos. 7 to 9.
Geography:      L-1 India – Size and location, L-2 Physical Features, L-3 Drainage.
[ Map Work: Map Nos. 1,2,3 & 14 (From the Geog. Atlas)]
Political Science: L-1 Democracy in the Contemporary World, L-2 What is Democracy? Why Democracy?,
L-3 Designing of Democracy In India.
Economics:      L-1 The Economic Story of Palampore, L-2 People as Resource.
Disaster Management: L-1 Introduction to Disaster Management, L-2 Common Hazards.

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 Marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale :    30 Marks
Writing Assignments: 10 marks
Presentation:          10 marks
Project / Map skills:  10 marks

Summative Assessment I & II:

1.      WEIGHTAGE TO FORM OF QUESTIONS:
FORM OF QUESTIONS MARKS FOR EACH                         NO. OF                 TOTAL MARKS
QUESTION                            QUESTIONS
M.C.Q.               1                                   16                     16
Short answers (S.A.) 3                                   16                     48
Long answers (L.A.)  4                                   3                      12
Map questions        4                                   1                      4
Total                4                                   36                     80

2.    UNIT-WISE DIVISION OF MARKS
UNIT NO. AND TITLES/SUBJECTS    TERM I                          TERM II
HISTORY 1                       18                              18
GEOGRAPHY 2                     18                              18
POLITICAL SCIENCE 3             18                              18
ECONOMICS 4                     18                              18
DISASTER MANAGEMENT 5           08                              08
TOTAL                           80                              80

Project Work:
Choose any 2 women from each field and document their lives, writings and their contribution. The women are to
be chosen from philosophers, political workers, revolutionaries, lawyers, doctors, soldiers and social workers of
the 19th & 20th century.
(OR)
Collect information on any two Bio reserves, 2 National parks and any 2 Wild life sanctuaries focusing on the
policy of conservation of endangered species. Collect pictures, travel writings, photographs and brochures to
describe the special characteristics of these natural reserves.

Note: - Project (File /Folder) should be eco-friendly.
- Only A4 sheets to be used.
- Total number of pages 15 only.
Date of Submission: 08-07-2010
Class IX, P.3.

Subject- Science:

Unit-I Food: [ L-5 Improvement in Food Resources]:                                    11 marks
Unit-II Matter – It’s Nature & Behaviour
[ L-1 Matter In Our Surroundings, L-2 Is Matter Around Us Pure]:              26 Marks
Unit-III Organisation in Living World [ L-5 The Fundamental Unit of Life, L-6 Tissues]:16 marks
Unit-IV Motion, Force & Work
[ L-8 Motion, L-9 Force & Laws of Motion, L-10 Gravitation]:                 27 marks

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Formative Assessments:
Q.1. Fill in the blanks (4 blanks):            4 x ½ = 2 marks
Q.2. MCQs                                      4 x 1 = 4 marks
Q.3. Very short answer type questions:         3 x 1 = 3 marks
Q.4. Short answer type questions:              4 x 2 = 8 marks
Q.5. Long answer type question:                3 x 1 = 3 marks
Note; Diagrams may also be given as questions.

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
H.W./C.W./ Written assignment:          10 marks
Activity / Project:                     10 marks
Activity or Project related MCQs:       10 marks

Format for Summative Assessment:
1. Short answer type questions:           5Q. x 1 =        5 marks
2. Short answer type questions (I)        9Q. x 2 =        18 marks
3. Short answer type questions (II)       9Q. x 3 =        27 marks
4. Long answer type questions             3Q. x 5 =        15 marks
5. M.C.Q. (Practical skills)              15Q. x 1 =       15 marks
Total=   80 marks

Project Work: Physics: Give three examples of types of Inertia experienced by you during the summer break.
Biology: Collect the leaves of the trees which you saw at the places you visited during the summer break. Name
the tree/plant and give its importance.
Chemistry: Prepare a model showing movement of particles in solid, liquid and gases.
Date of Submission: 12-07-2010
Subject: Maths
Ch-1 Number System, Ch-2 Polynomials, Ch-3 Coordinate Geometry, Ch-4 Linear Equations in two Variables,
Ch-5 Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry, Ch-6 Lines & Angles, Ch-7 Triangles, Ch-12 Heron’s Formula,
Ch-13 Surface Areas and Volumes.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                    20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.:    30 marks
Summative Assessment:                    80 Marks
Formative Assessment:
Type                   No.                  Marks         Total
1)                   M.C.Qs                 5          x         1             5 marks
2)                   S.A. Type              5          x         3             15 marks
Class IX, P.4

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
Written assignment (H.W./C.W./ Extra questions):         10 marks
Activities (Covered in Notebooks/Maths lab manual):      10 marks
Project work / Presentations / Group discussions:        10 marks

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 80 Marks
Type of Qs.    No. of Qs.                       Marks for each       Total Marks
1.   M.C.Q.                8                                  1                    8
4                                  2                    8
2.   S.A. Type I           7                                  2                  14
3.   S.A. Type II         10                                  3                  30
4.   L.A. Type             5                                  4                  20
Total                34                                                     80

Project Work: 1. Prepare a model for verifying the algebraic identity: (x + y) 3 = x3 + y3 + 3 xy ( x + y)
2. Framing of cross word puzzles.
Date of Submission: 14-07-2010

Subject – Computer Studies:
L-1 Convergence & Computing Technology, L-2 Communication Technology, L-3 Operating System,
L-5 Presentation Tools.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale: 30 marks
- C.W , H. W. & Written assignments:                                     10 marks
- Performance in Computer Lab/ Presentation
on the topic of the month:                                             10 marks
- Project Work / Collect information in I.T. field (Maintain scrapbook): 10 marks

Summative Assessment:
1.   MCQs                       2 x 12 =        24 marks
2.   Very short answers         1 x 10 =        10 marks
3.   Type I questions           2x8=            16 marks
4.   Type II questions          3 x 10 =        30 marks

Project Work: Make a beautiful collage on Communication Technology.
Date of Submission: 16-07-2010

Art:   Characteristics of colours, Monogram design, Sill life – Pencil shading, Bird composition, Landscape,
Composition of leaves (Brush & Ink)
Craft: Tie & Dye, Clay sculpture, Different types of stitches.

Environmental Education:
Science: Unit-I [ L-1 Understanding the Ecosystem – Its Various Types,
L-2 Energy Flow and Nutrient Cycles in Ecosystem]
S. Science: Unit-I [ L-3 Changing Patterns of Land Use & Ecosystem Destruction,
L-6 Role of Environmental Impact Assessment]
Class IX, P.7.

Physical Education: Discipline, Health Education – Concept and objectives of Health Education, Imp. of Health
education, First aid, Specific exercises of warming-up and conditioning, Fundamental skills of Volleyball and
Netball, Football, Cricket, Basketball. Athletics, Sepak Takraw, Badminton & March drill. Concept and
importance of Yoga. Indoor games (Carrom, Table Tennis, Chess).

Formative Assessment Schedule for the session 2010-2011 (1st term)
Subject                       Dates
Hindi                 03-05-2010 , 26-07-2010
Maths                 10-05-2010 , 02-08-2010
Social Science        17-05-2010 , 09-08-2010
English               12-07-2010 , 23-08-2010
Science               19-07-2010 , 30-08-2010
Comp. Science         22-07-2010 , 26-08-2010

Note:
1. Besides the Formative Assessments, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior
intimation.

2. The marks of the Formative Assessments will be assessed for the Summative Assessments.

3. In case the scheduled date of any Formative Assessment happens to be a holiday, the same would be
conducted on the next working day.

4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Formative Assessment, whatever the reasons
may be. However if a student misses any Assessment on medical grounds, then assessed marks based on
the earlier or next Assessment will be awarded.

5. The Project Work in each subject should be submitted by the dates as mentioned, failing which
no marks will be awarded.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, CHANDIGARH

Syllabus and Format for the Summative Assessment (September 2010)                         Class X
Subject: - English.
Literature Reader:      F.1. The Tribute, F.2. Cutie Pie,
P.1. Night of the Scorpion, P.2. Ode to the West Wind.
D.1. A Christmas Carol.

M.C.B:                 U-1 Health and Medicine, U-2 Education.
Work Book:             Units 1 to 10.
Writing:               All types of short and extended writing tasks done in the class.

Format & Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:
A.1. (Reading) An unseen Passage or a Poem                                          05 Marks
B.1.     (Writing) Based on the given syllabus                                      05 Marks
C.1.     (Grammar) Exercises based on the given syllabus                            05 Marks
D.1. (Lit. Reader) a) An extract with questions based on the given topic
b) Short answer questions based on the given topic                         05 Marks
Note: FA-2 will consist of MCQs in all Sections except Writing.
Activity Assessment Scale:                 M.M: 30
Activities: Listening and speaking/Reading:                 5+5
C.W & H. W/Written assignment                   5+5
Group and individual activity:                  5+5
Total = 30 marks
Summative Exam:
Section-A Reading 20 Marks
Qs. 1 – 4 (Four unseen passages i.e. extracts from poems/factual/descriptive/literary or discursive passages)
- Will include 5 MCQs of one mark each in each passage.
- Will test inference, evaluation and vocabulary.
- Will be of 650 – 850 words.
Section-B Writing 20 Marks
Q.5. Bio sketch/Data interpretation/Dialogue writing/Description:                   4 marks
Q.6. Formal / Informal letter / e-mail:                                             8 marks
Q.7. Diary entry / Article / Speech / Debate:                                       8 marks
Section-C Grammar 20 Marks
Qs. 8 – 12: (Grammar topics covered in the class)
- will include 5 questions testing a specific grammatical item in each with 4 MCQs of 1 mark each.
5 x 4 = 20 marks
Section-D Literature 20 Marks
Q.13. Any two extracts out of 3 from prose/plays/poetry with MCQs. Each carrying 3 marks: 3 + 3 = 6 marks
Q.14. Four out of five short answer type questions based on prose poetry and play of 2 marks
each testing inference and evaluation. (Word limit: 30 – 40 words)                          8 marks
Q.15. One out of two long answer type questions to assess personal response to the text by going
beyond the text- poem/story or extract. Creativity and extrapolation will also be assessed. 6 marks

Project Work: Will be informed later.
Date of Submission: 06-07-2010
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Social Science
History:       L-4 Industrialization 1850s – 1950s, L-8 History of the Novel.
Map: Map Nos. 14 & 15.
Geography:     L-1 Resources, L-2 Forest & Wildlife Resources, L-3 Water Resources, L-4 Agriculture.
Map: Map Nos. 3, 4 & 6 to 14.
Pol. Science: L-1 Power Sharing, L-2 Federalism, L-3 Democracy & Diversity,
L-4 Gender, Caste & Religion.
Class X, P.2.

Format and Marks Distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 Marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale :    30 Marks
Writing Assignments: 10 marks
Presentation:          10 marks
Project / Map skills:  10 marks

Summative Assessment I & II:

1.      WEIGHTAGE TO FORM OF QUESTIONS:
FORM OF QUESTIONS MARKS FOR EACH                          NO. OF                TOTAL MARKS
QUESTION                             QUESTIONS
M.C.Q.               1                                    16                    16
Short answers (S.A.) 3                                    16                    48
Long answers (L.A.)  4                                    3                     12
Map questions        4                                    1                     4
Total                4                                    36                    80

The unit wise distribution of marks over the two terms for Summative Assessment will be as follows:
INIT                                                           TERM I                 TERM 2
MARKS                  MARKS
1. India and the Contemporary World II                         20                     20
2. India Resources and their development                       20                     20
3. Democratic Politics II                                      20                     20
4. Understanding Economic Development II                       20                     20
5. Disaster Management (only through project and
assignments)                                                     --                      --
TOTAL                                                          80                     80

Project Work: Choose any one method of communication from various means of communication like Radio,
Satellite, Television, Ham Radio which are used by Govt. Deptt. such as the Indian Meteorological Deptt. to
disseminate information. Find out how the information is disseminated by them at various levels during disasters.
Case studies can also be collected to make the project more interesting.
Date of Submission: 08-07-2010
___________________________________________________________________________________

Science:

FIRST TERM                                                                                 MARKS – 80
UNITS                                                                                      MARKS
I Chemical Substances                                                                      29
L-1 Chemical reaction, L-2 Acids, bases and salts, L-3 Metals and Non Metals
II World of Living                                                                         19
L-6 Life Process, L-7 Control and Coordination in Animals and Plants.
III Effects of Current                                                                     26
L-12 & L-13 Magnetic effects of currents
IV Natural Resources                                                                       06
L-14 Sources of Energy
TOTAL                                                                                80
Format and Marks distribution:                                                            Class X, P.3.
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks
Formative Assessments:
Q.1. Fill in the blanks (4 blanks):            4 x ½ = 2 marks
Q.2. MCQs                                      4 x 1 = 4 marks
Q.3. Very short answer type questions:         3 x 1 = 3 marks
Q.4. Short answer type questions:              4 x 2 = 8 marks
Q.5. Long answer type question:                3 x 1 = 3 marks
Note; Diagrams may also be given as questions.
Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
H.W./C.W./ Written assignment:        10 marks
Activity / Project:                   10 marks
Activity or Project related MCQs:      10 marks
Format for Summative Assessment:
1. Short answer type questions:          5Q. x 1 =        5 marks
2. Short answer type questions (I)       9Q. x 2 =        18 marks
3. Short answer type questions (II)      9Q. x 3 =        27 marks
4. Long answer type questions            3Q. x 5 =        15 marks
5. M.C.Q. (Practical skills)             15Q. x 1 =       15 marks
Total=   80 marks

Project Work: Explain various methods used by food industry to increase the shelf life of the food material.
Also highlight eco-friendly indigenous methods of food preservation.
Date of Submission: 12-07-2010
_______________________________________________________________________________________
Subject: Maths
Ch-1 Real Numbers, Ch-2 Polynomials, Ch-3 Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables, Ch-4 Quadratic
Equations, Ch-6 Triangles, Ch-8 Introduction to Trigonometry, Ch-14 Statistics, Ch-15 Probability.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                    20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.:    30 marks
Summative Assessment:                    80 Marks
Formative Assessment:
Type                   No.                 Marks          Total
1)                   M.C.Qs                 5          x        1              5 marks
2)                   S.A. Type              5          x        3              15 marks

Activity Assessment Scale : 30 marks
Written assignment (H.W./C.W./ Extra questions):         10 marks
Activities (Covered in Notebooks/Maths lab manual):      10 marks
Project work / Presentations / Group discussions:        10 marks

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 80 Marks
Type of Qs.    No. of Qs.                       Marks for each      Total Marks
1.   M.C.Q.                8                                  1                   8
4                                  2                   8
2.   S.A. Type I           7                                  2                 14
3.   S.A. Type II         10                                  3                 30
4.   L.A. Type             5                                  4                 20
Total                34                                                    80

Project Work:     1. To verify Basic Proportionality Theorem & Pythagorus Theorem experimentally
Date of Submission: 14-07-2010
Class X, P.6.

Subject – Computer Studies:
L-1 Introduction to Internet, L-2 Understanding HTML, L-3 Working With Tags, L-4 Using List and Images,
L-5 Working With Anchors & Links.

Format and Marks distribution:
Formative Assessment:                 20 Marks
Other Assessments, Project Work etc.: 30 marks
Summative Assessment:                 80 Marks

Activity Assessment Scale: 30 marks
- C.W , H. W. & Written assignments:                                     10 marks
- Performance in Computer Lab/ Presentation
on the topic of the month:                                             10 marks
- Project Work / Collect information in I.T. field (Maintain scrapbook): 10 marks
Summative Assessment:
1.      MCQs                     2 x 12 =         24 marks
2.      Very short answers       1 x 10 =         10 marks
3.      Type I questions         2x8=             16 marks
4.      Type II questions        3 x 10 =         30 marks

Project Work: Make a beautiful collage on applications of internet.
Date of Submission: 16-07-2010

Art: Commercial Art, Creative writing, Mechanical writing, Portrait in blocks, Still life, Landscape.
Craft: How to stitch a button, Decorative mirror, Stocking fruits.

Physical Education: Discipline, Health Education – Concept and objectives of Health Education, Imp. of Health
education, First aid, Specific exercises of warming-up and conditioning, Fundamental skills of Volleyball and
Netball, Football, Cricket, Basketball. Athletics, Sepak Takraw, Badminton & March drill. Concept and
importance of Yoga. Indoor games (Carrom, Table Tennis, Chess).

Formative Assessment Schedule for the session 2010-2011 (1 st term)
Subject                     Dates
Hindi                03-05-2010 , 26-07-2010
Maths                10-05-2010 , 02-08-2010
Social Science       17-05-2010 , 09-08-2010
English              12-07-2010 , 23-08-2010
Science              19-07-2010 , 30-08-2010
Comp. Science        22-07-2010 , 26-08-2010

Note:
1. Besides the Formative Assessments, the teachers may conduct class tests (oral or written) with prior
intimation.
2. The marks of the Formative Assessments will be assessed for the Summative Assessments.
3. In case the scheduled date of any Formative Assessment happens to be a holiday, the same would be
conducted on the next working day.
4. No retest will be conducted for any student who misses a Formative Assessment, whatever the reasons
may be. However if a student misses any Assessment on medical grounds, then assessed marks based on
the earlier or next Assessment will be awarded
5. The Project Work in each subject should be submitted by the dates as mentioned, failing which
marks will be awarded.

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