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									                          DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL
                                        Bokaro Steel City

Subject: English Communicative
Text Books: 1. Interact in English, Main Course Book, CBSE, New Delhi
            2. Interact in English, Literature Reader, CBSE, New Delhi
            3. Interact in English, Work-Book, CBSE, New Delhi
  Month       W. Book/ Unit/Chapter                  Activities
             Days Area
 April        22  MCB Unit – I: Health and Medicine  Notice writing, Listening exercises,
                  LR   1.The Tribute                 Articles, Diary entry
                       2. Night of the Scorpion
                       Determiners, Tenses & Subject
                  WB   Verb Agreement
 June         14    LR      Cutie Pie                      Debate on existence of Aliens.
                    WB      Non-Finites                    Message writing
 July         22    MCB     Unit-2 : Education             Debate on “How Science rules
                    LR      1. The Letter                  mankind?” speech on “Education and
                            2. Ode to the West Wind        learning opens a new door to a world
                    WB      Int. Grammar Practice – I      of progress.”
                            Connectors                     Article on “Education in Science”,
                            Conditionals                   “Knowledge brings you closer to the
                            Comparisons                    vast resources of virtues that are
 August       19    MCB     Unit-3 : Science               Creative Writing
                    LR      1. A Christmas Carol           Article on "Mobile Phones radiating
                            2. Mirror                      rays causing brain cancer."
                    WB      Int. Grammar Practice – II     Discussion     on    advantages and
                            Nominalisation                 disadvantages of Science.
                            Modals                         Grammar exercises on question, of
                                                           words, telegram & notice.
 September    22    LR      The Frog and the Nightingale   Poetic Device
                            Active & Passive               Reading.
                    WB      Int. Grammar practice-III
                            Summative Assessment I

Subject: Mathematics
Text Books : 1. Mathematics Text Book for Class X (NCERT).
             2. C.P. Mathematics Lab Manual – C.P. Publishers
Reference Book - 1. Systematic Mathematics Class X – S. Chand & Co.
                 2. Text book of Mathematics for Class X – Arya Book Depot.
  Month      W.D.    Topics to be taught                                        Activity/Project
  April        22   1. Real Numbers: Euclid's Division Lemma, Fundamental        Activity No.
                       Theorem of Arithmetic, Irrational Numbers                 1, 2, 4, 16
                    2. Polynomials: Geometrical meaning of zeroes of
                        Polynomials, Relationship between zeroes and
                        coefficients of Polynomials, Division Algorithm for
                     3. Pair of Linear Equations in two Variables: Graphical
                        method of solution of a pair of Linear Equations,
                        Algebraic methods of solving a pair of Linear Equations -
                        Substitution, elimination,
                        cross-multiplication method
 June         14     3. Linear Equations (Contd.)                                       Activity No.
                        Equations reducible to a pair of linear equations in            3, 17, 5
                        two variables
 July         22      6. Triangles: Similarity of triangles – Thale's
                          theorem, Criteria for similarity of triangles, Areas          Activity No.
                         of similar triangles, Pythagoras theorem                       6, 7, 8, 9, 10
 August       19     8. Introduction to Trigonometry : Trigonometric
                        ratios, Trigonometric ratios of specific angles,                Project No.2 or 5
                        Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles,                   or 6 (any one)
                       Trigonometric Identities
                     14. Statistics : Mean of grouped data, Mode of                     Activity No.
                         grouped data, Median of grouped data, O give.                  24, 25
 September    19      14. Statistics : (Contd..)
              +          Revision
               3      Summative Assessment I
                         Discussion of Question Paper
                      12. Area related to circles : Perimeter and area of a circle

Subject : Science & Tech. (Physics)
Prescribed Text books: 1.    Science and Technology for class X – NCERT
                       2.    Science and Technology Lab Skills (S.K. Jain) {Srijan}
Reference books:       1.    Foundation Science for X (Physics) (H.C. Verma)
                       2.    Science and Technology Physics (S.K. Jain)
  Month      W. D.    CONTENT                                                Activities / Project
   April      22      Effects of Current: Electric current, Potential        To study the dependence of
                      difference and electric current, Ohm’s law;            potential difference (V)
                      Resistance, Resistivity, Factors on which the          across a resistor on their
                      resistance of a conductor depends, Series              current I passing through it
                      combination of resistors and its application in        & determines its resistance.
                      daily life.                                            Also lot of graph between V
                                                                             and I
   June       14      Heating effect of Electric current and its
                      applications in daily life, Electric Power, Inter
                      relation between P, V, I and R
    July      22      Magnetic Effects of Current: Magnetic field,           To determine the equivalent
                      field lines, field due to a current carrying           resistance of two resistor
                      conductor, field due to current carry coil or          when connected
                      solenoid; Force on current carrying conductors,        a) in series.
                      Fleming's left hand rule,         Electromagnetic
                      Induction, Induced potential difference, Induced
                      current, Fleming's right hand rule, Direct current,
                      Alternating current, frequency of AC, Advantage
                      of AC over DC, Domestic electric circuits.
  August       19      Sources of Energy: Different forms of energy,
                       conventional and non – conventional sources of
                       energy, fossil fuels, solar energy, biogas, wind,
                       water and tidal energy.
                       Nuclear energy: Renewable versus non renewable
 September     22      Revision                                              To study refraction in a glass
                       Summative Assessment I                                slab
                       Discussion of Question Paper
                       Functioning of a lens in a Human Eye.

Subject: Science & Tech. (Chemistry)
Book : Science Text Book for Class X (NCERT)
Reference Book : Science and tech for class X (Dinesh publication)
   Month       W.      Chapter / Sub-topics                                    Suggested / Activity /
              Days                                                             Project
   April       22      Acid, Bases and Salts –                                To find out pH of the
    +          +        General chemical properties, examples and uses.      various samples
   June        14       Strength of acid and base, PH scale                  To Study different types
                        Some important salts                                 of reactions.
                        Chemical Reactions –
                        Balancing of chemical equation
                        Types of chemical reactions – Combination,
                         decomposition,        displacement,        double
                         decomposition,     precipitation,   neutralization
    July       22       Oxidation - reduction in terms of loss and gain To Characterize the base
                         of oxygen and hydrogen                          on the basis of properties
                       Corrosion and rancidity.
                        Metals and Non-metals
                        Physical properties of metals & non metals
                        Chemical properties of metal, reactivity series
  August       19       Corrosion, prevention of corrosion                    To prepare the model of
                        Brief discussion of basic metallurgical processes     blast furnace to show the
                        Preparation of common metals                          reactions or any such
                                                                               metallurgical process.
 September     19      Revision for Summative Assessment I                     To Study properties of
                       Chapter wise Q/A                                        acetic acid.
                       Summative Assessment I

Subject : Science & Tech. (Biology)
Prescribed Text Book: Science and Technology for Class X (N.C.E.R.T.)
Reference Books:     (1) A Text Book of Class X (Biology) : Srijan Publication
                     (2) Science and technology (Biology) : V.K.Enterprise Publication
                     (3) Living Science (Biology) for Class X : Ratna Sagar Publication
 Month       W.D. Topics / Sub –Topics                                       Project/Activities to be
 April        22     Chapter 6: Life process

                   Topic: Nutrition, Mode of nutrition, Nutrition in
                   plants, Photosynthesis, Factors affecting
                    Nutrition in animals- Nutrition in Amoeba, Human
                   Digestive system.
 June         14   Topic: Respiration :
                   Types of Respiration, Respiratory system
 July         22   Topic: Respiration : (Contd..)                        To prepare a temporary
                   Types of Respiration, Respiratory system              mount of leaf epidermis to
                    Topic: Transportation :                              show stomata.(Comparative
                    Transportation in human beings. Our pump- The        Account of a xerophytic sp.
                    Heart, Exchange and transport of gases by blood,     & a mesophytic sp. can be
                    Structure and functions of blood vessels, blood      suggested)
                    clotting, lymph.                                     To show experimentally
                   Transport in Plants: Role of xylem and phloem.        that Co2 is given out during
                    Topic: Excretion and Osmoregulation:                 respiration
                    Excretion in Human Beings, Osmoregulation,
                    Renal failure, Excretion in Plants.
 August       19   Renal failure, Excretion in Plants. (Contd..)         Light is required        for
                   Chapter-7: Control and Coordination :                 photosynthesis
                   Topic: Nervous system
                   Parts of nervous system, Reflex action, Human
                   Brain, How does the nervous tissue cause action?
                   Topic: Coordination in Plants,
                   Immediate response to stimulus, Movement due to
                   growth, Plant hormones.
 September    22   Revision
                   Summative Assessment I
                   Post Half Yearly portion starts with Question Paper

Subject : Social Science (History & Political Science)
Text/Reference Books : 1) History: India and The Contemporary World II, published by NCERT
                      2) Political Science: Democratic Politics II, published by NCERT
 Month       W.D. Course Content
 April       22    Sub Unit 1.2 Industrialization
                   Chapter – 4 : 1850's – 1950's A.D.
                   A. Industrialization in Britain; 1850-1950AD
                    PROTO = Industrial Britain (1750-1850)
                    Factors that helped in bringing Industrial Revolution and Industrialisation.
                    Features of Industrialization
                    Consequences of Industrialization with special reference to workers and children.
                   Sub Unit : 3.1, Chapter 1.2 Power sharing Mechanism in Democracy
                    Meaning, Need and Forms of Power Sharing in democracy
                    Forms of Power Sharing and Kind of Federation
                    Federal Division of Power in India and Decentralisation of Power in India.
 June        18    Sub Unit 1.2, Chapter – 04;
                   B. Industrialization in India under British rule
                    India before the coming of factory system; The system of production and trade.
                    The measures taken by the British the bring changes in the existing system.
                    Features of Industrialisation

                        Consequences on Indian economy
                        Contrast between Industrialization in India and that of Britain.
                        Relationship between handicraft and Industrial Production
                       Sub Unit 3.2, Chapter – 2 Federalism
                        Main features of Federal and unity govt.
                        Nature and working of Indian Federation
                        Comparative Study of Federal Govt.; India U.S. Sri Lanka, Belgium
 July        22        Sub Unit 1.3, Chapter - 7 Print culture and Nationalism
                        The Origin of Print Technology in East
                        The Advent of Print Technology in Europe
                        The Print Revolution and its impact; Children, women and nationalism.
                       Sub Unit 3.2, Chapter – 3 & 4 : Working of Democracy
                        Democracy and Diversities
                        Origin of social Division and its effects on politics
                        Over lapping and cross cutting differences
                        Social division and its impact on politics
 August      19        Sub Unit 1.3, Chapter – 7 : Print culture and Nationalism; the remaining part
                        India and the world of print
                        Print culture and Religious reforms, poor people, worker
                        Print culture and Nationalism and print and censorship.
                       Sub Unit 3.2, Chapter – 4 : Working of Democracy in India; the remaining part
                        Gender : Religion and Politics
                        Gender division politics and empowerment of Indian women.
                        Caste politics; effects of caste on politics and of politics on caste.
                        Communal division and politics; causes, impacts and solution
 Sept.       12        Revision of the Portion Assigned for SA-1
                           School Assignments
                           Board Question on relevant chapters
                       Summative Assessment I

Subject : Social Science (Geography)
Text Book: 1. Social Science Contemporary India – Part-II; Published by NCERT
 Month         W.D.       Topics                                                Project/Activities/Audio –
                                                                                Visual Aids (If any)
 April            22       Resources                                           - Preparation of a Flow-
                           - Resources and characteristics                     chart showing classification
                           - Types of Resources, Resource Development          of Resources.
                           - Resource Planning, Need for Resource
                             Planning, Conservation of Resources
                           Natural Resources                                   - Preparation of pie-
                           - Land Resources, Land utilization, land-use        diagram showing Land-use
                             pattern in India.                                 pattern in India.
 June             14       Natural Resources (contd.) :                        Use of soil profile chart and
                           - Land Degradation and Conservation Measures.       soils map of India
                           - Soil as a Resource, Soil Formation, Soil Types,
                             Soil Erosion and Conservation
                           Forest and Wildlife Resources :                     List of suggested projects
                           Water Resources :                                   in social science:-
                           - Water : Some facts and figures                    (Any one of the following
                           - Water as an important natural resource,           Disaster Management Topics)
                             Sources of water
 July              22     Water Resources (Contd.) :                     1) Role of government/non-
                          - Distribution and utilization of water, Water government functionaries in
                             scarcity, need for conservation and         your locality in Disaster
                             management,       Multipurpose              Management.
                             objectives and consequences.                2) Generating awareness on
                          - Rain water Harvesting, its objectives.       Disaster Management.
                                                                         3) Preparation of models of
                                                                            Disaster Resilient
 August            19     Agriculture :                                  4) Pocket guide on First
                          - Importance of Agriculture, Types of Farming. Aid
                          - Cropping pattern, major crops                5) Institutional case study
                          - Technological and Institutional Reforms,     on Disaster Response.
                            Contribution of agriculture to national 6) Communication facilities
                            economy, employment and output               for Disaster Management
                                                                         7) Preparation of Disaster
                                                                         contingency plan.
 September         12     - Revision of Half-Yearly portion through
                          discussion of assignments, model papers and
                          doubt clearance classes.
                          Summative Assessment I

Subject : Social Science (Economics)
Text Book :    A Text Book of Social Science – NCERT
               Social Science – III V.K. Publication
 Month            W. D.    Topics
 April             22      The story of development : The Traditional notion of development; NI, PCI,
                           NI-Critical Appraisal of existing development indicators (PCI, IMR, SR and
                           other income and health indicators) The need for health and educational
                           development; Human development
                           Indicators(in simple and brief as a holistic measure of development) Use case
                           study of three states (Kerala, Punjab and Bihar) or take a few countries (India,
                           China, Sri Lanka and one developed country)
 June              14      The Role of Service Sector in Indian Economy: What is service sector
 +                 +       (Through Examples): Importance of service sector in generating employment
 July              22      and income to the nation, (with the help of a few case studies)
 August            19      Growth of service sector in India; India as a major service provider to the
 September         16      Revision for
                           Summative Assessment I
                           Discussion of Question Paper

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Subject :- Foundation of Information Technology (Computer Science)
Text Book : Foundation of information Technology by Reeta sahoo, Saraswati Publication
Portion for Half Yearly Examination
 Month         W. D. Topics to be covered
                        Internet : World Wide Web, Web Servers, Web sites, Web Pages, Web
                        Browsers, Blogs, Newsgroups, HTML, Web address, Email address, URL,
                        Services available on Internet: Information Retrieval, Locating sites using
                        search engines and finding people on the net, Chat, FTP, Downloading and
                        Uploading files from or to remote site. Web services : Chat, email, Video
                        conferencing, e-Learning, e-Banking, e-shopping, e-reservation, e-Groups,
                        Social Networking.
                        Office Tools
                        Database Management Tool :
                        Basic Concepts and need for a database, Creating a database, Setting the
                        Primary Key, Entering data into a database, Inserting and deleting fields,
                        Inserting and deleting Records,
                        Data Validation:Field Size, Default Value, Validation Rule, Validation Text,
                        Required, Allow Zero Length.
                        Hyper Text Markup Language
                        Introduction to Web Page Designing using HTML, Creating and saving an
                        HTML document, accessing
                        a web page using a web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla firefox, Operat
                        Apple Safari, Netscape Navigator, Google Chrome);
                        Elements in HTML : Container and Empty elements, Designing web pages
                        using the following elements: HTML, HEAD, TITLE, BODY (Attributes:
                        LEFTMARGIN, TOPMARGIN), FONT (Attributes: COLOUR, SIZE, FACE),
                        BASEFONT (Attributes :COLOUR, SIZE, FACE), CENTER, BR (Break), HR
                        (Horizontal Rule,
 August         19      Attributes: SIZE, WIDTH, ALIGN, NOSHADE, COLOUR), COMMENTS, !
                        for comments, H1.. H6 (Heading), P (Paragraph), B(Bold), I (Italics), U
                        (Underline), UL & OL (Unordered List & Ordered List Attributes: TYPE,
                        START), LI (List Item), Insertion of images using the element IMG (Attributes
                        : SRC, WIDTH, HEIGHT, ALT, ALIGN), Superscript SUP and subscript SUB.
                        table-TABLE, TR, TD, ROWSPAN, COLSPAN
                        Internal and External Linking between Web Pages: Signficance of linking, A-
                        Anchor Element (Attributes: NAME HREF, TITLE, ALT)
 September      19      Revision
                        Summative Assessment I

Subject - General Knowledge
Book – Bournvita Book of Knowledge 10 by Puffin Books
 Month         W. D.     Topics that will be covered
 April           22      Pgs 1-18 1) Build Your Vocabulary-1         2) Build Your Vocabulary-2
                                    3) FAQs

 June             14       Pgs 19-35 1) Guess Appearance          2) History
 July             22       Pgs 36-77 1) India     2) People       3) Speed Round
 August           19       Pgs 78-103 1) Sports   2) Take Your Pick
 September        22       Pgs 104-107 1) Tamil Nadu & South
                           Revision, Summative Assessment I
Special Notes :
  1) Current Affairs to be covered month-wise.
  2) Questions / Topics from Manorama Year Book, CSR should be discussed in the class.
  3) One Power Point Presentation can be done month wise.

Subject : Physical Education
Month            W. Days      Topics to be Covered
April & June     22+14       Volleyball/Basketball/Badminton/Chess/Table Tennis :
                             1.     Basic & advance skills of above mentioned games.
                             2.     Rules & regulation, techniques, strategies & measurement of above
                                    mentioned games.
                             3.     Identifying the talent in different games & sports.
                             4.     Practice for inter-house, inter-DPS & Cluster games/sports.
                             5.     Psychological preparation
                             6.     Yoga (to improve their concentration, muscles stretching, overall
                                    fitness & wellness).
July to Sept.   22+19+       Football / Atheletics :
                             1.     Basic & advance skills of above mentioned games.
                             2.     Rules & regulation, techniques, strategies & measurement of above
                                    mentioned games.
                             3.     Identifying the talent & practice for inter-house, inter-DPS &
                                    Cluster games & sports.
                             4.     Yoga (to improve their concentration, muscles stretching, overall
                                    fitness & wellness).
                             Summative Assessment I
Subject : Life Skills

 Month           W.     Chapter and Topic                     Value Dealt
 April           22     Chapter No. 1,2,13                     -   Thinking skills (Critical thinking
                           - Understanding yourself                self Awareness, communication
                           - Never Say "I am a failure"            skills)
                           - Respect of Teachers               -   Thinking skills ( Problem, solving,
                                                                   Critical Thinking, Positive attitude)
                                                               -   Attitude towards Teachers.
 June           14      Chapter No. 3                          -   Thinking skills (Creative thinking,
                           - You can be a winner!                  Decision Making, Critical
 July           22      Chapter No. 4,5,14,15                  -   Thanking Skills (Dealing with
                           - Dream Big                             Problems, Decision Making)
                           - Make the Best of Your life        -   Social Skills (Creative Thinking,
                           - Sharing a Rapport with peers          Empathy, Interpersonal
                           - Participation                         Relationships)
                                                               -   Attitude towards school
 August        19        -   Chapter No. 6,7,8                 -   Social Skills (Effective
                         -   Reaching out to people                communication, Empathy,
                         -   Growing up with grace                 Interpersonal Relationship)
                         -   Be healthy- Boost your Energy     -   Social Skills (-do-)
                                                               -   Emotional Skill(Coping with stress,
                                                                   Build up self esteem, creative

Subject : Communicative Skills

 Month                  Unit/Chapter
 April        22        Leadership Qualities ( To lead pleple walk behind them) Lao Tzu
                        Group Discussion ( do's don’t's) sample G.D. Placards (A)
                        Group Discussion
 June         14        Interview ( Use of placards sample interview Demo) (B)
                        Interview Practicals ( Role Play) + G.K.
 July         22        Interview Practicals
                        Elocution/Extempore/Speeches. ( Poetry & Pageant of Poems ICSE ( IV
                        to XII)
                        Phonetics ( Phonetic Symbols- Pronounciation)
 August       19        Event Management ( Details, How to organize an events future career
                        Elocution: 16th International Congress of Genetics: PM Indira Gandhi
                        Speech Debate.
 September    22        Elocution: Address to anti nuclear arms convention – Dr. S
                        G.K. (Revision)


Subject : Vocal Music

 Month       W.D. Particulars
 April              Revision, 5 Alankars in Todi Thaat, Raga Todi
                    Project: Past, present and future of Indian Classical Music
 June               Raga Todi continues, Taal with Dugan and Chaugan – Dhamar taal, Ada chaar taal
                    Song – Jaga Naya Insaan
 July               Shabad – Swaas Swaas Simro, Description of Dhrupad, Dhamar, Khayal, Tappa,
                    Bhajan, Thumari, Qawwali
 August             Song – Janak Lalit Phulbaria (Chaiti), Assignment no. 1
 September          Revision

Subject : DANCE

 Month       W.D. Particulars

April        22    Theory – "Nayak – Nayika Bhed"
                   Pract. – A creative dance "Naad"
June         14    Theory – Taal parichay – Teen, Jhap, Ek, Dhamar, Pancham sawari
                   Pract. – Continued
July         22    Theory – "Greeba Bhed", "Shiro Bhed"
                   Pract. – A patriotic dance (Vandemataram by Koushiki)
August       19    Theory – "Masks of different places"
                   Pract. – Continued
September    22    Theory – Revision
                   Pract. – Revision, 1st Term Exam

Subject : ART & CRAFT

Month       W.D. Particulars
April        22    Theory – Prespective
                   Pract. – Prespective drawing
June         14    Theory – Bengal school of art
                   Pract. – Oil painting with knife
July         22    Theory – Mugal painting
                   Pract. – Oil painting with knife (Contd.)
August       19    Theory – Rajasthani painting
                   Pract. – Oil painting with knife (Contd.)
                   Project – Contemporary Indian art
September    22    Theory –Contemporary painting
                   Pract. – Composition in water colour


Month       W.D. Particulars
April        22    Introduction, History of photography, Photographic raw material
June         14    Photo chem. and Emulsion, Colour photography
July         22    Use of high light, filter different lens
August       19    Negative making
September    15    Composing in enlarge machine


Month       W.D. Particulars
April        22 Revision of previous course. A Major, C Major, C# Major chodrs, 4 Koot Alankars
                 with Layakari, Rag – Brndawani Sarang parichay, One Razakhani Gat, Toda,
                 Jhalla, One dhun
June         14 One western music – Lapaloma, Song – Jage jage amar bhavna
                 Theory – Shruti, Swar, Lay, Laykari, Alap – Swar - vstar
July         22 Rag – Miyaki malhar's parichay, One Razakhani Gat, Toda, Jhalla, Tal – Jhap – tal
                 with Laykari, One chaat dhun
August       19 Songs – National Anthem and Vande Mataram

                     Theory – Swar-vistar, Som, Tali-khali, Gitkari
 September    22     One project work / one assignment work. Revision, Exam

Subject : TABLA

 Month       W.D. Particulars
 April        22     'kkL=k % & nl o.kZ] gLr lk/ku] rkyh [kkyh fofHkUu izdkj ds Bsdk dk vH;kl ,oa ys[ku dk;Z
                     fØ;kRed% & dk;nk u0 1] 2] 3] 4 dk vH;kl
 June         14     'kkL=k % & laf{kIr ifjp; fgUnqLrkuh peZ ok/; ys[ku dk;Z
                     fØ;kRed% & dk;nk iyVk] VqdM+k pØnkj] eq[kM+k iju vH;kl
 July         22     'kkL=k % & rky yhih ig?kuh] ys[ku dk;Z
                     fØ;kRed% & dkSaxks cksaxksa] Mªe ds cksy vH;kl
 August       19     'kkL=k % &vkM+] dqvkM+] fcvkM+ dh ifjHkk"kk,sa ¼ys[ku dk;Z½
                     fØ;kRed% & pØnkj vH;kl
 September    22     'kkL=k % laxr ;k lkFk laxr D;k gSa ¼ys[ku dk;Z½
                     fØ;kRed% & o.kZ] cksy vH;kl ¼izeq[k cksy½
                     izkstsDV % rcyk lksyks fy[ksa

Subject : Spanish Guitar
 Month        W.D.       Particulars
 April         22        Demonstration, scale – A major chords, - A major, D major, E7th, F#m, Bm,
                         C#7th, Rythem – 4/4 and variation.
 June          14        Revision of A major scale – Notes of 1st string on a staff notation copy.
                         Notation – Arpeegio in 'C'
 July          22        Scale – D major. Chords - D major, G major, A7th, Bm, Em, F#7th. Notes of
                         2nd string on a staff.
                         Project – Write Rudiments of Music.
 August        19        Rythem – 3/4 waltz. Notes of the 3rd string on a staff. Assignment
 September   12+7+3      Revision of Scale, chords, Notation, Rythem. Exam.



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