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					                           SYLLABUS 2010-11
                              CLASS IV
ENGLISH

       BOOKS: NEW GEM'S ENGLISH READER    4
       WORK BOOK SAME                     4

APRIL       M.R L-1       SKIPPING SHOES
            W.BOOK        SAME
            GRAMMAR       NOUNS, SENTENCES

MAY        M.R L-3        THE TRICK THAT DID NOT WORK.
           W.BOOK         SAME
           GRAMMAR        SINGULAR, PLURAL, PHRASES,Q.TAGS,
                          PRONOUNS.
           POEM           BUTTERFLY LAUGHTER

JULY       M.R L-6        THE NIGHTINGALE
           W.BOOK         SAME
           GRAMMAR        GENDERS, APOSTROPHES, ADJECTIVES.

AUGUST     M.R L-7        DEAR DAUGHTER
           W.BOOK         SAME
           GRAMMAR        VERBS,INFORMAL LETTER
           POEM---        CURIOUS TOWN

SEPTEMBER

           M.R L-9        THE MAGIC POT
           W.BOOK         SAME
           GRAMMAR        SIMPLE TENSES, ADVERBS,PREFIXES, SUFFIXES

OCTOBER
           M.R L-10       A MEMORABLE ENCOUNTER
           W.BOOK         SAME
           POEM           MAKE ROOM FOR ELEPHANTS
           GRAMMAR        ARTICLES,SYNONYMS

NOVEMBER M.R L-16         THE SCRIBE'S DREAM
        W.BOOK            SAME
        GRAMMAR           INFORMAL LETTER.PREPOSITIONS,
                          MAKING ADVERBS FROM ADJECTIVES, IDIOMS.
            POEM          THOMAS ALVA EDISON

DECEMBER
           M.R L-20       MAHATMA THE GREAT SOUL
           W.BOOK         SAME
           GRAMMAR        CONJUNCTIONS,IDIOMS, DIARY ENTRY.

JANUARY    M.R L-22       LITTLE BENJAMIN
           W.BOOK         SAME
           GRAMMAR        INTERJECTIONS, COTRACTIONS,
                          WRITING A DESCRIPTIONS
           POEM           MY MOTHER
HINDI
MATHS

BOOKS PRESCRIBED:
             MATHCRAFT BOOK4
             BRITANNICA PUBLICATION-SNEHLATA JOSHI
APRIL-MAY: CHAPTER1         NUMBERS

            ACTIVITY: REINFORCEMENT OF THE CONCEPT OF PLACE VALUE BY
            USING CHITS OF DIFFERENT NUMBERS.
            CHAPTER 2   ADDITION
            CHAPTER 3   SUBTRACTION

            ACTIVITY: PRACTICE IN ESTIMATION OF ADDITION AND
            SUBTRACTION BY USING SPIKE ABACUS.


JULY:        CHAPTER 4   MULTIPLICATION
             CHAPTER 5   DIVISION

            ACTIVITY: ENHANCING THE SKILLS OF MULTIPLICATION BY PLYING
            MATHS TAMBOLA

AUGUST:     CHAPTER 5    DIVISION [CONTINUED]
            CHAPTER 6    FRACTIONS

            ACTIVITY: COMPARISION OF FRACTIONS BY USING GLAZE PAPERS

SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER:

            CHAPTER 7    GEOMETRY

            ACTIVITY:MAKING DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF CIRCLES USING
            COMPASS.




NOVEMBER:     CHAPTER 8 MEASUREMENT
             CHAPTER 9 TIME
            ACTIVITY: CALCULATE TIME USING DUMMY CLOCK WITH
            MOVABLE HANDS.

DECEMBER:       CHAPTER 9   TIME(CONTINUED)
                CHAPTER 12    DATA HANDLING
            ACTIVITY: COLLECTING THE DATA OF POPULATION OF THE YEAR
            2010 AND DOING VARIOUS CALCULATIONS.

JANUARY:       CHAPTER 10    MONEY
               CHAPTER 11 PATTERNS
            ACTIVITY: 1)PREPARATION OF BILLS
            2)MAKING DIFFERENT FLOOR AND WALL PATTERNS


FEBURARY:         REVISION


GENERAL SCIENCE
        BOOK PRESCRIBED -    LIVING SCIENCE PART - IV BY RATNA SAGAR
THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS REGARDING THE PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES RELATED TO
SPECIFIC CHAPTERS. ANY OF THESE COULD BE TAKEN UP BY THE TEACHERS AS CLASSROOM
ACTIVITIES / LAB DEMONSTRATIONS / HOMEWORK / PROJECT WORK, TO ENHANCE AND EXTEND THE
PUPILS LEARNING, AS PER THE AVAILABILITY OF TIME, RESOURCES AND THE INTEREST OF THE CHILD
AND THE TEACHER.

THE FOLLOWING SUGGESTIONS INTEGRATE ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION WITH SCIENCE.

APRIL-MAY

CHAPTER-1 -FOOD AND DIGESTION

1) GROUP ACTIVITY, DISCUSSION AND PRESENTATION LIST DOWN THE
PRESERVED FOOD ITEMS THAT YOU CONSUME AT YOUR HOME. HAVE A TALK
WITH YOUR GRANDPARENTS AND NOTE DOWN THE PRESERVED FOOD ITEMS
THEY USED TO CONSUME AS CHILDREN. COMPARE THE TWO LISTS, DISCUSS ON
THE FOLLOWING POINTS AND PRESENT YOUR CONCLUSIONS.
      REASONS FOR INCREASED CONSUMPTION OF PRESERVED FOOD ITEMS
      IMPACT OF SUCH A TREND ON HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT ETC.
2) GROUP ACTIVITY, DISCUSSION AND PRESENTATION FIND OUT ABOUT THE
FOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERN / QUANTITY OF ANY PERSON YOU KNOW FROM
ECONOMICALLY BACKWARD CLASS E.G. MAIDS / SWEEPERS CHILD. COMPARE
WITH YOUR OWN CONSUMPTION PATTERN / QUANTITY. DISCUSS YOUR FINDINGS
AND PRESENT YOUR CONCLUSIONS.


3) CHART / MODEL / VIDEO CLIP OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM AND THE PROCESS
OF DIGESTION.

CHAPTER-2-TEETH AND MICROBES

1) ACTIVITY TO STUDY THE SPECIMEN OF A DENTURE AND LABEL INCISORS,
CANINES, MOLARS AND PREMOLARS.
2) LABORATORY ACTIVITY TO OBSERVE TEMPORARY STAINED MOUNTS OF
DIFFERENT KINDS OF MICROBES.
3) PROJECT WHAT IS THE HUMAN DENTAL FORMULA? IS IT DIFFERENT FOR
DIFFERENT ANIMALS? SURF THE INTERNET TO FIND OUT ABOUT IT. DRAW
CONCLUSIONS FROM YOUR FINDINGS.



JULY

CHAPTER 3-SAFETY FIRST

1) ACTIVITY PREPARE A FIRST AID BOX FOR YOUR CLASS
 2) ACTIVITY TO ORGANIZE A WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS ON FIRST AID FOR
 FAINTING, BURNS, INSECT BITES,
 ELECTRIC SHOCK, BLEEDING WOUND.
 3) GROUP ACTIVITY, DISCUSSION AND PRESENTATION HAVE A TALK WITH YOUR
 GRANDPARENTS AND LIST DOWN SOME HOME REMEDIES FOR MINOR ACCIDENTS.
 YOU CAN ALSO SURF THE NET, RESEARCH FROM BOOKS, WATCH TELEVISION
 PROGRAMS FOR THE SAME TO ENHANCE YOUR KNOWLEDGE.

 CHAPTER-4-THE RIGHT CLOTHES TO WEAR

 1) PROJECT COLLECT SAMPLES OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF FIBRES. IDENTIFY AND
 PASTE THE SAMPLES IN YOUR NOTEBOOK.
 2) ACTIVITY CLASSROOM DEMONSTRATION WE CAN DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN
 NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC FIBRES BY BURNING
       SPEED WITH WHICH A FIBRE BURNS
       THE KIND OF SMELL IT GIVES
       THE KIND OF RESIDUE IT LEAVES BEHIND

 3) PROJECT (GRAPHIC/PICTORIAL) ‘THE KIND OF CLOTHES WE WEAR DEPENDS ON
 THE CLIMATE AND TRADITION OF THE PLACE.’ COMPARE AND CONTRAST TWO
 REGIONS IN INDIA WHICH CLEARLY BRING OUT THE DIFFERENCE IN CLOTHING AS
 PER THE CLIMATE AND TRADITION.

 AUGUST

 CHAPTER-5-SOLIDS,LIQUIDS AND GASES

1) ACTIVITY CLASSROOM/ LABORATORY DEMONSTRATION TO SHOW THE CHANGE
IN THREE STATES OF WATER ON HEATING AND COOLING.


2) ACTIVITY CLASSROOM/ LABORATORY DEMONSTRATION TO DEMONSTRATE
SOLUBILITY / INSOLUBILITY OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF SOLIDS ( SALT, SUGAR, SAND,
CHALK, POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE ETC.) IN A LIQUID AND SHOW THAT THERE IS
NO INCREASE IN VOLUME DURING THE FORMATION OF A SOLUTION.

 CHAPTER 6. -PLANTS:PREPARING AND STORING FOOD

1) ACTIVITY CLASSROOM/ LABORATORY DEMONSTRATION IODINE TEST FOR
STARCH PRESENT IN SOME FOOD ITEMS
2) LABORATORY ACTIVITY TO OBSERVE TEMPORARY STAINED MOUNT OF
STOMATA.
3) EXPERIMENT TO SHOW THAT MORE NUMBER OF STOMATA ARE PRESENT ON THE
LOWER SIDE OF A LEAF.




 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER


 CHAPTER -7-PLANTS:LIVING AND SURVIVING

 1) POWERPOINT PRESENTATION IMAGES AND VIDEO CLIPS OF TERRESTRIAL,
    AQUATIC PLANTS, INSECTIVOROUS PLANTS AND RAINFORESTS
 2) CLASSROOM ACTIVITY MAKE YOUR OWN CLASS GARDEN
 3) PROJECT / HERBARIUM MAKE A SCRAPBOOK ON YOUR OWN ADOPTED TREE.
    DESCRIBE ITS SHAPE, TEXTURE OF BARK, SHAPE OF LEAVES, FLOWERS ETC.
    FIND OUT WHETHER IT IS DECIDUOUS / EVERGREEN AND SO ON.

 CHAPTER-8-ANIMALS:HOW LIFE GOES ON

 1) CLASSROOM PROJECT / ACTIVITY OBSERVE THE STAGES IN THE LIFE CYCLE OF
 A COCKROACH, BUTTERFLY, FROG FROM PRESERVED SPECIMENS. IF POSSIBLE
 NURTURE THE EGGS OF A BUTTERFLY IN A GLASS JAR AND OBSERVE THE
 DIFFERENT STAGES.
 2) ACTIVITY (HOME ASSIGNMENT) STUDY THE INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF AN EGG-
 ALBUMEN, YOLK, EGG SHELL.
 3) SCHOOL PROJECT WITH THE HELP OF YOUR TEACHER SET UP AN AQUARIUM IN
 YOUR SCHOOL

 NOVEMBER

 CHAPTER-9-ANIMALS-LIVING AND SURVIVING

 1) PROJECT VISIT THE DELHI ZOO. TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS OF ANIMALS, NOTE
    DOWN INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THOSE ANIMALS / BIRDS. MAKE YOUR OWN
    ‘WILDLIFE ALBUM’
 2) GROUP ACTIVITY – PRESENTATION / PLAY VISIT WEBSITES LIKE
    WWW.DISCOVERY.COM AND WWW.ANIMALPLANET.COM AND FIND OUT
    ABOUT ENDANGERED ANIMALS. GIVE A GROUP PRESENTATION IN CLASS. YOU
    CAN EVEN ENACT A PLAY.



 CHAPTER-10-FORCE,WORK AND ENERGY
 1) PROJECT MAKE A LIST OF ALL THE MACHINES / APPLIANCES PRESENT AT
   YOUR HOME. COLLECT ITS PICTURES
   & FIND OUT HOW ENERGY CHANGES FROM ONE FORM TO ANOTHER.
 2) CLASSROOM PROJECT / ACTIVITY PREPARE YOUR CLASSROOM BULLETIN
   BOARD ON RENEWABLE NON POLLUTING FORMS OF ENERGY.

 DECEMBER

 CHAPTER-11-THE EARTH AND ITS NEIGHBOURS

 1) MODAL MAKE A MODAL OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEMONSTRATE
   ROTATION, REVOLUTION, DAY / NIGHT AND SEASONS
 2) CLASSROOM PROJECT / ACTIVITY DIVIDE YOUR CLASS INTO GROUPS AND
   COLLECT INFORMATION AND PICTURES ABOUT THE SUN, THE PLANETS AND
   THE MOON. PREPARE YOUR CLASSROOM BULLETIN BOARD ON THE SAME.



 CHAPTER-12-AIR,WATER AND WEATHER

 1) ACTIVITY CLASSROOM/ LABORATORY DEMONSTRATION TO CONDUCT
   EXPERIMENTS TO SHOW THAT HOT AIR IS LIGHTER THAN COLD AIR.
 2) ACTIVITY CLASSROOM/ LABORATORY DEMONSTRATION TO DEMONSTRATE
   THE DIFFERENT METHODS OF PURIFICATION OF WATER – SEDIMENTATION,
   DECANTATION AND FILTRATION.
 3) ACTIVITY CLASSROOM/ LABORATORY DEMONSTRATION TO SHOW THAT LAND
   HEATS UP FASTER THAN WATER.


 JANUARY

 CHAPTER-13-A CLEAN WORLD


 1) PROJECT PASTE PICTURES ON POLLUTION – TYPES AND CAUSES, FROM
   MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. HOW YOU AS AN INDIVIDUAL CAN REDUCE
   POLLUTION?
 2) ACTIVITY MAKE YOUR OWN REUSE NOTEPAD FROM ONE SIDED PRINTED
   PAGES. MAKE YOUR OWN RECYCLED PAPER.

 FEBRUARY

REVISION WORK
SOCIAL STUDIES
APRIL-MAY

  1. OUR BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY
  2. THE NORTHERN PLAINS
  3. THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS

ACTIVITIES

  1. MAKE A LIST OF IMPORTANT CITIES FOUND BETWEEN THE ORIGIN OF
     GANGA RIVER TO IT’S FINAL FLOW INTO THE BAY OF BENGAL.
  2. MAKE A LIST OF ALL STATES AND IT CAPITAL.

MAPS

  1. LOCATE FIVE STATES OF NORTHERN INDIA, NEIGHBOURING COUNTREIS,
     TWO SEAS.

JULY

  1. OUR FOREST WEALTH
  2. OUR AGRICULTURE
  3. THE CLIMATE OF OUR COUNTRY

ACTIVITY

  1. MAKE A LIST OF NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE SANCTURIES IN
     DIFFERENT STATES OF INDIA. COLLECT PICTURES OF THE ANIMALS FOUND
     THERE.

AUGUST

  1. OUR WATER RESOURCES
  2. OUR MINERAL RESOURCES

ACTIVITY

  1. MAKE A PROJECT SHOWING VARIOUS USES OF WATER AND HOW SAVE
     WATER.

SEPTEMBER

  1. OUR NATURAL RESOURCES
  2. THE COASTAL PLAINS AND ISLANDS

ACTIVITY

  1. MAKE A POSTER AND CHART ON ‘SAVE PLANTS AND ANIMALS’.

MAP

1. LOCATE THE STATES LYING ON THE COASTAL PLAINS, ISLAND.

OCTOBER
  1. THE SOUTHERN PLATEAUS
  2. OUR HUMAN RESOURCES

ACIVITY

USING CLAY, MAKE A MODEL OF PLATEAU REGION AND MARK THE WESTERN
AND EASTERN GHATS ON IT.

NOVEMBER

  1. THE WESTERN DESERT
  2. OUR INDUSTRIES

ACTIVITY

MAKE A PROJECT ON THE LIFE STYLE OF PEOPLE OF RAJASTHAN SHOWING THEIR
ANIMALS, VEGETATION ETC.

DECEMBER

  1. THEY SHOWED US THE WAY
  2. MEANS OF TRANSPORT

ACIVITY

COLLECT PICTURES OF SLOW, FAST AND VERY FAST MEANS OF TRASPORT AND
PASTE THEM IN YOUR SCRAP BOOK.


JANUARY

  1. RIGTHS AND DUTIES
  2. NATIONAL SYMBOLS
  3. CIPLE COMMITTEES

ACIVITY

MAKE A PROJECT ON OUR NATIONAL SYMBOL.

				
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