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HAPPY SENIOR SCHOOL

ACADEMIC PLAN SESSION 2017-18

SUBJECT :E.V.S

CLASS : V

Assessment month

Content Topic / Subtopic

Learning Outcome/Objective

Activities

Life skills

Attitudes/ Values

APRIL/ MAY


CH-1 EVERONE IS UNIQUE

CH-2 MIGRATION AND RELATION

CH-3 BREATHING

CH-4 IN EMERGENCY SITUATION

CH-5 FOOD FOR HEALTH

  • RECALL DIFFERENT FOOD ITEMS THEY EAT, AND FOOD FOR HEALTHY LIFE

  • TO GET TO KNOW DIFFERENT SOURCES NATURAL CALAMITIES

  • TO KNOW PROCESS OF BREATHING AND HOW PEOPLE BEHAVE DIFFERENTLY

PROJECT WORK: COLLECT INFORMATION ON UNICEF, RED CROSS, CRY,ETC. MAKE FIRST AID BOX AND COLLECT INFO WHY IS IT USEFUL TO HAVE IT?

MCQ: RELATED TO ALL CHAPTERS



CRIATIVE THINKING SKILL BY COLLECTING INFORMATION OF DIFFERENT STATES THEIR FOOD ITEMS AND MANY MORE.

WILL IMPROVE THEIR LEARNING ABILITY BY LEARNING SMALL EXERCICES OF THE CHPTER



ATTITUDE TOWARDS THEIR SURROUNDINGS THEIR FOOD HABITS, SHELTER IN WHICH THEY LIVE IN, CLOTHES THEY WEAR, AND MEDICAL INVENTIONS

JULY/ AUGUST



CH-6 GROWING FOOD

CH-7 THE FOOD WE EAT

CH-8 PLANTS AND ANIMAL FOOD

CH-9 REPRODUCTION IN PLANTS

CH-10 ANIMAL WORLD

  • TO KNOW ABOUT HOW DISEASES CAN BE COMMUNICATE

  • HOW TO USE FIRST AID KIT AND WHERE SHOULD WE KEEP IT

  • DIFFERENT ANIMALS AND HOW THEY REPRODUCE

  • AND TO KNOW DIFFERENT PLACES AND LANDFORMS OF INDIA WHERE FOOD GROWN

PASTING PICTURES IN SCRAP FILE


CRIATIVE SKILL WILL BE DEVELOPED BY COLLECTING AND PASTING INFORMATIONS

CRITICAL AND THINKING SKILL WILL BE DEVELOPED BY KNOWING ABOUT DIFFERENT ANIMAL AND THEIR WORLD



TO MAKE THEM UNDERSTAND HOW FOOD IS IMPORTANT FOR EVERONE, WHY SHOULD WE NOT WASTE FOOD, HOW PLANTS AND ANIMALS ARE IMPORTANT FOR OUR ENVIRONMENT, HOW THEY REPRODUCE

SEPTEMBER

TERM 1 WILL TAKE PLACE















OCTOBER / NOVEMBER


CH-11 AQUATIC LIFE

CH-12RECREATION AND GAMES

CH-13 ADVENTURE TIME

CH-14 OUR RESOURCES

CH-15 WATER STORY

  • TO MAKE THEM UNDERSTAND ABOUT DIFFERENT MEANS OF RECREATION

  • DIFFERENT RESOURCES AND HOW THEY ARE USEFUL TO US

  • ANIMALS HAVING DIFFERENT SENSES HOW DO THEY BEHAVE IN WATER,

  • HOW WATER IS USEFUL TO US CONSERVATION OF WATER

PROJECT WORK: WATER CONSERVATION, AQUATIC OR MARINE LIFE

ORAL TEST: RELATED TO CHAPTERS’ EXERCISES



  • CRIATIVE AND THINKING SKILL WILL BE DEVELOPED BY COLLECTING INFORMATION FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES

  • AROUSE CURIOSITY TOWARDS NATURE

  • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

ATTITUDE TOWARDS DIFFERENT WATER ANIMAL, WATER CONSERVATION

OUR NATURAL RESOURCES



DECEMBER/ JANUARY AND MID FEBRUARY


CH-16 FUEL FOR VEHICLES

CH-17 FOREST AND FOREST PEOPLE

CH-18 RICH HERITAGE OF INDIA

CH-19 DIGNITY OF LABOUR


  • THE LEARNER WILL BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND NATURAL DISASTER HOW AND WHY THEY OCCUR

  • HOW CAN WE CONSERVE NATURAL RESOURCES

  • AND HOW SHOULD WE TAKE CARE OF OUR HERITAGE OUR MONUMENTS

SCRAP FILE: TO COLLECT PICTURES ON THE GIVEN TOPIC

OBT: WILL IMPROVE LERNER’S CRITICAL AND ANALYTICAL THINKING



  • DECISION MAKING

  • PROBLEM SOLVING

  • SENSITIVITY TOWARDS CONSERVATION

  • ATTITUDE TOWARDS PLANTS TAKING CARE OF ANIMALS, NATURAL DISASTER AND HOW TO TAKE CARE OF OUR PRIDE OUR HERITAGE PEOPLE LIVING IN FOREST AND DIFFERENT ANIMAL SENSES WILL DEVELOP THEIR THINKING

HALF FEBRUARY

REVISION FOR TERM 2













MARCH

TERM 2 WILL TAKE PLACE AND 10% OF TERM 1 WILL ALSO INCLUDE WITH TERM 2













ENGLISH CONVERSATION


MONTH

TOPIC

LEARNING OUTCOMES/OBJECTIVE

SKILLS

April

Dialogue: Introduction
Discussion: My first day in new session

To introduce themselves & others
To express themselves

Communication
Speaking

May

Grammar: Kind & form of verbs
Ettiquettes:School & home Etiquettes

To make them understand the use of verbs
The importance of discipline & good behaviour

Grammatical
Behaviour

July

Dialogue: Asking Advice

Apologising

Discussion: Importance of English Speaking


To make them learn to ask advice & apologise

To create the interest in speaking English



Communication

Speaking


Aug

Grammar: Subject Verb Agreement

Simple Tense


Etiquettes: Demeanour & Poise

Usage of Verbs

To create good body posture



Grammatical

Behaviour



Sep

Revision








Oct

Dialogue: Expressing the lack of understanding

Discussion: Internet-a boon or a bane



To avoid hesitation in asking questions

To express their views



Communication

Speaking



Nov

Grammar: Continuous Tense
Etiquettes: Receiving criticism


Use of Tense
Accept criticsm & try to improve

Grammatical
Behaviour


Dec

Dialogue: Expressing opinion
Discussion: Current Topic

To make them express themselves
Express their views

Communication
Speaking


Jan

Grammar: Perfect Tense
Etiquettes: Saying right things at right time

Learn the use of tenses
To make them presentable

Grammatical
Behaviour

Feb

Revision








SUBJECT: ENGLISH


Assessment month

Content Topic / Subtopic

Learning Outcome/Objective

Activities

Life skills

Attitudes/ Values


APRIL

TERM-1

PERIODIC-ASSESSMENT 1

(MARKS: 30)

APRIL

TO

JULY

Assessment to be held in July



CHAPTER-1

Ravi and his Friends
POEM-

The Good Natured Girls
GRAMMAR-
Sentences
WRITING-

Informal letter



Students will know the facts about Frogs.

Sisters love is unconditional


Kinds of sentences

To make them express their views in written form

To read the lines with expressions

Poem Recitation


Exercises based on all grammar topics


Animals are very helpful.


Reciting skills


Using words creatively while keeping the rules of grammar in mind

Treat every living being

nicely

Love your family.


Understanding

Basic grammar

May

CHAPTER-2

Uncle Ken at the wicket.
GRAMMAR-

Subject and Predicate


Tomemorize about favourite cricketer

To know the difference between Subject and Predicate.

To collect information about all Indian cricketers.
Exercises on Subject and Predicate.


To make a better place


To understand the concept of sentences.

Always help others.


Enrich vocabulary



HALF YEARLY EXAM

(AUGUST

TO

SEPTEMBER)

(MARKS: 50)

Assessment to be held in SEPTEMBER



POEM-

Dad and the Cat and the Tree.


CHAPTER-3

A Day at the Floating Market.
GRAMMAR-
Simple present and present continuous tense



To read with appropriate pronunciation and pause.

To understand and use travel related words and idioms in verbal and written communication.

To know about application of tenses in present form




Read aloud.

Discuss in groups about 5 markets you have been in Delhi

Giving situations where they need to convert tenses in present form


Always help others
Each place has its unique feature.

Speaking skills


Be kind and humble to all

Explore the unique features of Markets.

To be confident about tenses




CHAPTER-4

Alice in Wonderland

POEM-

The Duck and the Kangaroo

GRAMMAR-

Nouns and its kind
Adjectives and its degrees


WRITING-

Diary Entry


Students will know the love between human beings and animals

To read aloud with correct pronunciation and pause.

To understand nouns and their use

To know about adjectives and degrees of comparison

To express their views on a given topic.


Visualize a given situation and talk about it.

Write down a paragraph where you have helped someone .


Grammar worksheet


Always love animals

Always love and help others.


Use of language

And

Improvement of vocabulary


Many things are still hidden….explore


With love and affection, one can win heart of anyone.


Understanding

Basic grammar

September

CHAPTER-5

A Feast for the Rats
POEM-

Speedy I Need You.

GRAMMAR-

Pronoun.
WRITING-

. Picture composition.



Not to judge anyone without knowing them.

Life of Engineers

To know about Pronoun and its kinds.
Presentation of Creative minds of the students

To enact a play.


Discussion on fiction movies,novels,serials.
Grammar worksheet

Worksheet.

Every individual deserves respect.

To get knowledge about other planets.
Improvement of vocabulary

Thinking skills



Never judge anyone or make up your mind without knowing them.
One should know why life is possible on planet Earth.

Understanding

Basic grammar

October

Revision

To memorize and revise the topics done do far

Written and oral tests

Time management and thinking/writing skills

Revision makes things simple

November

CHAPTER-7

Olympic Games

POEM-

Sweet Dreams.


GRAMMAR-
Present Perfect continuous tense and Past continuous tense.

Message writing

(Writing)

To know what is Olympic and why these games started?

Don’t prank with others

To know more tenses
To prepare the message

Collecting information on Olympic games held in India.

Poem Recitation.

Exercises in book on Tenses

Read a loud

To identify the things you need to improve about yourself in order to achieve your goals.
To use rhyming words in verbal and written communication.


Speaking skills
Using language effectively for oral communication

Always set your goals to achieve something.


To be confident about tenses


Communication is a easy key to open a complex lock of silence


TERM-2
PREODIC TEST-2

(OCTOBER

TO

DECEMBER)

(MARKS: 30)

Assessment to be held in jan


CHAPTER-8

Nasruddin and the Candle

GRAMMAR-

Adverbs

WRITING-

Story writing



Students will know how Nasruddin outwits someone who tries to fool him.

To understand the concept of Adverbs.

To write a story by using the hints given in book about Nasruddin

To collect information about Nasrrudin


Work sheet
Creative writing

Wit can solve problem in real life.


Understanding of Adverbs

Enrich vocabulary

Always act smart.

To be confident about Adverbs

Enhance thinking skills

January


CHAPTER-9

Tom Paints the Fence

GRAMMAR-

Pronouns

Modals

Notice writing

(Writing)


Discern the diffrence between British English and American English.

To use pronouns and modals appropriately
Writing a notice for your school


Enact as a magician

Exercises based on Modals and Pronouns.





Enhancing magical skills

Understanding of pronouns and modals

Understanding new formations


We should earn with hard work

Making new words


FINAL EXAM

(JANUARY

TO

MARCH)

MARKS: 50

Assessment to be held in March



Chapter 10-

Bad Luck


Perfect continuous tenses

Synonyms and antonyms

(Grammar)

Formal letter writing

(Writing)



Not to let strangers enter your house when you are alone.


To know more tenses
To improve our vocabulary


To write for a purpose


Share your experinces when some stranger became your friend


Exercises based on all topics




Not to trust strangers.
Using language effectively for oral communication



Not to trust any stranger easily.


Communication is a easy key to open a complex lock of silence



March

Revision

To memorize and revise the topics done do far

Written and oral tests

Time management and thinking/writing skills

Revision makes things simple

G.K

Assessment month

Content Topic / Subtopic


OCTOBER(TERM-1)


BRAINVITA

CH-1 TO 21

TEST WORKSHEET 1

TEST PAPER 1



MARCH(FINAL EXAMINATION)


BRAINVITA

CH-22 TO 41

TEST WORKSHEET 2

TEST PAPER 2


MATHS

Assessment month

Content Topic / Subtopic

Learning Outcome/Objective

Activities

Life skills

April


ROMAN NUMERALS

LARGE NUMBERS





The learner will be able to learn:

  • Roman system

  • Forming and comparing numbers up to 3500

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Indian and International system of numeration

  • Expanded and standard form

  • Successor and predecessor

  • Order relation




Writing of Roman numerals using tooth picks

Brochure showing the Indian and International system of numeration




Conceptual understanding

Understanding and comparing




May


Operations on large numbers


The learner will be able to learn :

  • Addition

  • Subtraction

  • Multiplication

  • Division

  • Word problems




Figure me out


Problem solving and decision making


July(Periodic Assessment-1)



Simplification
FACTORS AND MULTIPLES


The learner will be able to learn:

  • Numerical expressions

  • BODMAS Rule

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concepts and properties

  • Even and odd numbers

  • Test of divisibility

  • Prime factorisation

  • LCM and HCF




To find HCF of two numbers by paper cutting and pasting




Memory building and understanding

Critical thinking




August


FRACTIONS

ADDITION and SUBTRACTION OF FRACTIONS

MULTIPLICATION and DIVISION of FRACTIONS

AVERAGE




The learner will be able to learn:

  • Concept

  • Types of fractions

  • Simplest form

  • Comparison of fractions

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Addition and subtraction of fractions

  • Word problems

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Multiplication and division of fractions

  • Word problems

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concept

Formula to find average weight, height, age etc

Collage

MCQs

MCQs
Mental maths


Critical thinking and undrstanding

Problem solving and cognitive development

Problem solving and cognitive development
Conceptual understanding and problem solving


September


ROUNDING NUMBERS

BASIC GEOMETICAL CONCEPTS


CONCEPTS OF ANGLES




The learner will be able to learn:

  • Rounding off a number to the nearest 10,100 and 1000

  • Rounding off the decimals

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Plane

  • Point

  • Line segment

  • Line

  • Ray

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concept

  • Naming an angle

  • Comparison of angles

  • Measuring an angle

  • Classification of angles




MCQs

Representing line, line segment and ray using ice cream sticks

Pasting the pictures of various things from the real life showing the types of angles



Critical thinking and decision making
Understanding and creative thinking

Understanding and creative thinking




October(Half Yearly)


REVISION


The learner will be able to revise the topics done so far


Written tests


Time management ,thinking and writing skills


November


DECIMALS

TIME



The learner will be able to learn:

  • Concept

  • Conversion of fractions to decimals and vice versa

  • Comparing and ordering

  • Addition and subtraction of decimals

  • Multiplication and division of decimals

  • Word problems

The learner will be able to learn:



  • 12 hour and 24 hour clock time

  • Conversion

  • Addition and subtraction of time

  • Duration of an activity




To find out the product of two decimal numbers using squared paper

Tabular representation of relation between 12 and 24 hour clock time




Critical thinking

Conceptual thinking and problem solving




December(Periodic Assessment-2)


Money

PERCENTAGE




The learner will be able to learn:

  • Conversion of rupees into paise and vice versa

  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of money

  • Word problems

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concept

  • Conversion of fraction or decimals into percentage and vice versa




Making of currency notes

Chart on conversion from fractions to decimals to percentage




Decision making and understabding

Critical thinking




January


MEASURES OF LENGTH, MASS AND CAPACITY

PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR LINES

TRIANGLES

CIRCLES




The learner will be able to learn:

  • Concept

  • Conversion of units

  • Operations on measurement

  • Word Problems

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Intersecting lines

  • Parallel lines

  • Perpendicular lines

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concept

  • Classification of triangles according to sides and angles

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concept

  • Construction of circle




Finding and pasting of various things measured in the units of length , mass and capacity

Representation of parallel and perpendicular lines using ice cream sticks


Joining of dots on a dotted grid to form different types of triangles


Measuring of circumference of different circular objects with a ruler




Understanding and problem solving

Conceptual understanding

Cognitive development
Thinking ability


February


PERIMETER

AREA


VOLUME

PICTOGRAPH and BARGRAPH




The learner will be able to learn:

  • Concept

  • Finding out the perimeter of rectilinear figures

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concept

  • Finding out the area of rectangle and square

The learner will be able to learn:



  • Concept

  • Solids

  • Finding out the volume of solids

  • Units of volume

The learner will be able to:



  • Interpret data

  • learn about the pictograph and bar graph

Pasting of different rectangular, triangular and square shaped objects and finding out their perimeter, area and volume


Making a model of bar graph by collecting the data related to favourite sports of classmates

Critical thinking
Problem solving

Intellectual development

Creative development and decision making


March (Final Examination)


REVISION

The learner will be able to revise the topics done so far


Written tests


Time management ,thinking and writing skills

HAPPY SENIOR SCHOOL

ACADEMIC PLAN SESSION 2016-17

SUBJECT: COMPUTER

CLASS: V

Assessment month

Content Topic / Subtopic

Learning Outcome/Objective

Activities

Life skills


APRIL

TERM-1

PERIODIC-ASSESSMENT 1

(MARKS: 30)

APRIL

TO

JULY

Assessment to be held in July


HALF YEARLY EXAM

(AUGUST

TO

SEPTEMBER)

(MARKS: 50)

Assessment to be held in SEPTEMBER

CHAPTER-1


INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS




  • Identify, name and recognize early computers

  • Mention the features of early computers

  • List and compare the features of various types of computers




  • Collect the pictures of some early computers and prepare a chart

Self Awareness


CHAPTER-2


MORE ABOUT WINDOWS




  • Define desktop background and screen saver

  • Change the window color

  • Define and locate desktop icons

(C.C.E Activity-5 Marks)

Creative Thinking


CHAPTER-3


FORMATTING IN MS-WORD




  • Insert clip art

  • Insert word art

  • Fill colors and give shadow effects in the shapes

  • Change case




  • Create a new document and write a paragraph on your family. Use home tab and clip art option

Effective Formatting


CHAPTER-4


FEATURES MS-WORD
MS-POWER POINT




  • Define row, column and cell

  • Apply style on table

  • Insert a table in Ms-word

  • Merge and split cells




  • Do a survey of your classmates on their favorite subjects and favorite food and prepare the table in Ms- Word. (C.C.E Activity-5 Marks)



Growing Body


REVISION

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION



TERM-2
PREODIC TEST-2

(OCTOBER

TO

DECEMBER)

(MARKS: 30)

Assessment to be held in DECEMBER

_________


FINAL EXAM

(JANUARY

TO

MARCH)

MARKS: 50

Assessment to be held in March

CHAPTER-5


MS-POWER POINT
BACKGROUND AND ANIMATION




  • Identify and name the components

  • Create presentation using Installed Templates ,Installed Themes




  • Make a presentation on “Summer Camp” using Installed Themes

Creative Thinking


CHAPTER-6


INTRODUCING MS-EXCEL




  • Define spreadsheet, worksheet and electronic spreadsheet

  • List uses of spreadsheet

  • Insert data in cell

  • Apply Borders to cell

Search from magazines or newspaper and cut out tabular data which can be made in Ms-excel. Try to make smilar data in Ms-excel


Dealing with things


CHAPTER-7

MORE ON INTERNET





  • Define electronic mail

  • Create an account

  • Sing out from the account

  • Compose and send e-mail




  • Gather information about some ISP companies.

Personal ID


CHAPTER-8


MORE ON ICT

More on ICT



  • Define robotics

  • Use of Ict in schools,homes






  • Create the images and shapes

Emotions

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION



SUBJECT : ART AND CRAFT


Assessment month

Content Topic / Subtopic

Learning Outcome/Objective

Activities

Life skills

Attitudes/ Values

April



BASICS OF ART

Lines , shapes , colours , form spaces textures.



Reconization of different shapes.

Identification of colours.



Textures

Earthday related Activity



Creative skill

Respect for nature

(tree/mother earth)




May


BASICS OF ART

Objects , fruits , vegetable, birds, flowers.



Creating with the help of shapes.

Mothers day related Activity

Creative skill

Respect for elders


July


Environment based

Birds , landscapes , trees and animals.



Detail knowledge of nature and its over changing moods for environment building

Book week related Activity

Creative skill

Understanding the values of books


Aug


Tradition based

Seasons , festivals.




Importance of festivals in our life and respect for our cultures.

Independence day related Activity

Creative skill

Promote the feelings of patriotism


SEPT


REVISION

REVISION

REVISION


REVISION

REVISION

Oct


Objects based transports

Teaches how to look at objects and see them like an artistic way

Festival related Activity

Creative skill

Spirit of festivals


Nov


Nature study

Landscapes , sun tree animals leaves



Observation skills will be there to learn and deep appreciation for nature.

Environment related Activity

Creative skill

Respect for nature


Dec


People based

Body parts , life study of human figures



Helps to expres skillfully small- small detailsof human body

Christmas day related Activity

Creative skill

Respect for others religious celebrations.


Jan


Compositions

Vegetable, fruit and balloon seller and party scene. Texturs



Learns to create focal points skill fully which birds the viewers eye across the whole painting

Republic day related Activity

Creative skill

Respect for nation


FEB

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION

REVISION

MARCH

Final exams


Final exams


Final exams


Final exams


Final exams







Dear parents,

As per the guidelines of CBSE, the new assessment and examination pattern is as follows:



Subjects

TERM 1 (20% weightage periodic assessment + 80% weight age marks for half yearly exam)

TERM 2 (20 % weightage periodic assessment + 80% weightage for yearly exam )




PA 20% weightage


  • Marks Periodic test 10 % weightage with syllabus covered till July

  • Note book submission 5 10 % weightage at Term end

  • Subject enrichment 5 10 % weightage at Term end.




HALF YEARLY


  • Written exam for 80% weightage with syllabus covered till October

PA 20 % weightage

  • Marks Periodic test 10 % weightage with syllabus covered till July

  • Note book submission 5 % weightage at Term end

  • Subject enrichment 5 % weightage at Term end.




FINAL EXAM


  • Written exam for 80 % weightage with syllabus covered in Term 2


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