For 9th Class - Indira National School

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Class 9th
Term II
sparshRaman
Keecad ka kavya
Dharm ki aad
Shukr taare Ke samaan
Ek phool ki chah
Geet-ageet
Agni path
Arun kamal ki kavitaye
SanchyanMera chota sa niji pustkalay
Haamid khan
Diye jal uthe
VyakaranVarn vichched,anuswar-anunasik,nukta,upsarg-pratyay,sandhi,viram chihn,patra,anuchched,chitra
varnan,samvad lekhan,vigyapan lekhan.Apathit gdyansh aur padyaansh
INDIRA NATIONAL SCHOOL
SPLIT UP SYLLABUS OF ENGLISH FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2014 – 15 FOR CLASS IX
LITERATURE READER
MAIN COURSE BOOK
WRITING
GRAMMAR TOPICS
& GRAMMAR WORKBOOK
CHAPTERS
FICTION :
How I taught my
grandmother to read (6)
POETRY : The Brook (3)
People (2)
E mail (1)
Speech Writing (1)
Revision : Tense (1)
Reported Speech (2)
POETRY The road not taken (2)
Adventure(2)
Environment(1)
Description(1)
Error correction(1)
Preparing a Tourist Brochure Word Omission (1)
Poster making(1)
Ch : 3
FICTION : A dog named Duke (4)
POETRY : The solitary reaper (3)
Environment (2)
Data Interpretation (1)
Letter to an editor (1)
Notice Writing(1)
Dialogue Writing (2)
Paragraph Writing(1)
Story Writing (1)
ENGLISH
MONTH &
DAYS
April
19 days
Adventure(1)
Determiners
Ch : 1, 2
June
11 days
July
21 days
August
20 days
POETRY : Lord Ullin’s daughter
DRAMA : Villa for sale
Report Writing (2)
Message Writing (1)
September
20 days
RAPID READING
October
15 days
November
18 days
FICTION: The man
Ch : 4
Rearrange into meaningful
sentence (1)
Gap filling (2)
Ch : 5
Ch : Integrated Practice (1)
Worksheet (1)
Ch :6
much (4)
POETRY : The Seven ages
FICTION: Keeping it with
Harold(4)
(6)
Mystery (2)
Story Writing (1)
(2)
Connectors (1)
Change the Voice (2)
GULLIVER’S TRAVEL PART I
SELF STUDY
who knew too
(2)
Ch : 7
November
December
18 days
January
19 days
February
21 days
POETRY : Oh
! I wish I’d looked
after me teeth (3)
FICTION: Best seller (3)
POETRY : Song of the rain (4)
DRAMA : The Bishop’s
Candlesticks (6)
Sports and games (2)
Debate Writing (2)
Ch :
Ch :
Ch :
RAPID READING

Children (2)
Ch INDICATES GRAMMAR WORKBOOK
GULLIVER’S TRAVEL PART II
SELF STUDY
Class 9th
Term II
sparshRaman
Keecad ka kavya
Dharm ki aad
Shukr taare Ke samaan
Ek phool ki chah
Geet-ageet
Agni path
Arun kamal ki kavitaye
SanchyanMera chota sa niji pustkalay
Haamid khan
Diye jal uthe
VyakaranVarn vichched,anuswar-anunasik,nukta,upsarg-pratyay,sandhi,viram chihn,patra,anuchched,chitra
varnan,samvad lekhan,vigyapan lekhan.Apathit gdyansh aur padyaansh
CURRICULUM REPORT CLASS IX (2014-2015) FRENCH
S. No.
LESSON NAME
1.
Leçon 1 - la
famille
April
2.
Leçon 2 - au
lycée, la salle de
classe
June
3.
Leçon 3 – une
journée de
Pauline
MONTH
July
TOPICS COVERED
-
La famille; les amis
Saluer se présenter, présenter quelqu’un
S’informer sur les liens familiaux
Verbes en ER
Les nombres
Les articles définis, indéfinis
L’alphabet
Un arbre de famille
Les numéros de téléphone
La carte de la France
La carte de l’Inde
Identifier quelqu’un / quelque chose
Poser des questions
Donner / demander des informations (âge, nationalité, métier,
adresse)
remercier
décrire une personne
exprimer la possession
situer dans l’espace
être, s’appeler, les adjectifs possessifs
les adjectifs démonstratifs
les verbes en IR
les prépositions
Paris / New Delhi
Les personnalités importantes
exprimer les préférences
parler des habitudes
exprimer l’ordre des événements
être à l’heure, être en avance, être en retard
proposer quelque chose
accepter ou refuser
les jours de la semaine
dire l’heure
4.
Leçon 4 – les
saisons
August
5.
Leçon 5 – les
voyages
September
6.
Leçon 6 – les
loisirs et les
sports
September
-
les articles contractés / partitifs
les verbes avoir / aller / faire / venir
les verbes pronominaux
les verbes en RE
la vie quotidienne
les habitudes alimentaires
les promenades / sorties
laisser un message
emploi du temps
faire des projets
parler de ses activités
parler du temps et de la météo
donner des conseils / suggérer quelque chose
le passé composé
expression avec avoir, être
pourquoi, parce que
comment + inversion
la carte postale
les monuments
les moyens de transports
la promotion touristique
les vacances
planifier un voyage
réserver une place dans le train
combien / pourquoi / combien de / quand / où
itinéraire
raconter des vacances
carte postale
demander l’information et dire la date, exprimer la durée
-
exprimer l’obligation
parler des sports et des loisirs
décrire des habitudes au passé
exprimer des restrictions
exprimer la durée
l’interrogation
ne…..que / seulement
7.
Leçon 7 – l’argent
de poche
8.
Leçon 8 – faire
des achats
November
9.
Leçon 9 – un
diner en famille
November
10.
Leçon 10 – la
mode
December
October
-
gagner / dépenser son argent de poche
l’autonomie financière
les négations, les pronoms personnels
exprimer son point de vue
les adjectifs interrogatifs
les cartes bancaires
les jeuner indiens / français
faire de petits boulots
la monnaie
les achats, magasins, centres commerciaux
exprimer le désir et l’intention / quantité et qualité
faire un choix
le conditionnel de politesse
le pronom EN
les magasins
les recettes
appeler / téléphoner quelqu’un
inviter quelqu’un
réserver une table
commander / choisir un plat
demander l’avis / opinion
pronoms Y et EN
les pronoms interrogatifs
le passé récent
les vins / fromages français
le menu
quelques plats typiquement français
exprimer les souhaits et les vœux
donner l’avis / opinion
poser des questions sur la mode
interviewer un mannequin
le degré de comparaison
les pronoms toniques
l’achat en ligne
les couturiers / les grandes marques
les parfums
11.
Leçon 11 – les
fêtes
December
12
Leçon 12 – la
Francophonie
January
-
les fêtes civiles / religieuses
exprimer la condition / l’hypothèse
observer une fête / parler d’une fête
écrire une lettre
si + imparfait + conditionnel présent
qui, que, où
au lieu de / à la place de
les congés scolaires
décrire un pays francophone
découvrir un chanteur / une chanteuse francophone
la récapitulation en générale
rappel des verbes et des parties de grammaire déjà abordés
la carte du monde francophone
la journée de la francophonie
SYLLABUS FOR Term-2
Std: 9th
Chapter no.
4
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
Sub: Mathematics
Name of the Chapter
Linear Equation in Two Variables
Quadrilaterals
Area of Parallelograms and Triangles
Circles
Constructions
Surface Areas and Volumes
Statistics
Probability
Annual Plan
Std IX - Mathematics
2013 – 2014
Chapter 1
Number System
Chapter 2
Polynomials
April (10periods)
April (7 periods)
June – (14 periods)
Chapter 3
Coordinate Geometry
June (8 periods)
Chapter 5
Introduction To Euclid’s Geometry
June (4 periods)
Chapter 6
Lines And Angles
Chapter 7
Triangles
June ( 10 periods)
June ( 2 periods)
July ( 10 periods)
Aug ( 8 periods)
Aug (5 periods)
Chapter 12
Heron’s Formula
Chapter 4
Linear Equations In Two Variables
Sept(10 periods)
Chapter 8
Quadrilaterals
Oct (10 Periods)
Chapter 9
Areas Of Parallelograms And Triangle
Nov ( 4 periods)
Chapter 10
Circles
Dec ( 15 period)
Chapter 11
Construction
Dec(10 periods)
Chapter 13
Surface Areas And Volume
Jan ( 10 periods)
Jan - ( 13 periods)
Chapter14
Statisticscs / Probabilty
MCQ / Puzzle/Mental math/Quiz/
Project, etc based on the syllabus covered
UT: Ch. 1,2 & 3
UT: Ch .6, 7 &12
FA
Unit Test + Skill
Based
Term I
FA Unit
+Skillbased
Term II
Ch 1 ,2,3,5,6,7, 12
MCQ / Puzzle/Mental math/Quiz/
Project, etc based on the syllabus covered
UT: Ch. 4, 8,&9
UT: Ch .10,11,13
Ch 4,8,9,10,11,13,14,15
YEAR PLAN (PHYSICS) CLASS IX
S.No TOPIC/ LESSON
No.
1.
MOTION
MONTH
PORTION
FA TASKS
APRIL-JUNE
No.OF
PERIOD
14
FA1-MOTION
JULY
10
FA 2-MOTION&
FORCE
3.
FORCE AND
LAWS OF
MOTION
GRAVITATION
Task 1-plotting of
graph/interpretation
of graph
Task 2- Numericals
2.
AUG
6
SA1-MOTION,
FORCE&LAWS
OF MOTION,
GRAVITATION-till mass
and weight
4.
GRAVITATION
OCTOBERNOV
6
5.
WORK AND
ENERGY
NOV-DEC
10
FA3-Thrust and
pressure
onwards(gravitation)
FA4 -PSA
6.
SOUND
DECEMBER- 12
JANUARY
SA 2Gravitation(thrust
and pressure
onwards), work and
energy, sound
Task 1-lab activity
To find out the loss
of weight in water
Task 2- to find out
the loss of weight in
salty water and plain
water/worksheet
YEAR PLAN
S.NO
Topic
1 Matter in our surrounding
Month
April, June
IX CHEMISTRY
no of
F A tasks
periods
15 1) To separate the
components of mixture
of sand and ammoniun
chloride ( practical)
2) worksheet
2 Is matter around us pure?
June, July
August
15 3)
3 Atoms and molecules
Sept,oct
Nov
15 4) Numericles on mole
concept
Dec, Jan
12
FA I
1) Matter in our surrounding
2) Is matter around us pure?
FAII
1) Matter in our surrounding
2) Is matter around us pure?
MCQ
5) puzzle
4 Structure of atom
Portion
SA I
1) Matter in our surrounding
2) Is matter around us pure?
F A III
1) Atoms and molecules
F A IV
1) Atoms and molecules
2) Structure of atom
S A II
1) Atoms and molecules
2) Structure of atom
CLASS-IX PLAN FOR FIRST TERM
S. No.
1.
2.
CHAPTER
(CHEM)
MATTER IN OUR
SURROUNDINGS
IS MATTER AROUND US PURE
MONTH
APRIL
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
(PHYSICS)
1.
MOTION
2.
FORCE AND LAWS OF
MOTION
3.
GRAVITATION—TILL MASS
AND WEIGHT
APRIL
JUNE
JUNE-JULY
AUGUST
BIOLOGY
1.
CELL-THE FUNDAMENTAL
UNIT OF LIFE
APRIL
JUNE
2.
3.
IMPROVEMENT IN FOOD
RESOURCES
TISSUES-ANIMAL &PLANT
TISSUES
JULY
JULY
AUGUST
SECOND TERM SCIENCE –CLASS IX
S. No.
MONTH
1.
CHAPTER
(CHEMISTRY)
ATOMS AND MOLECULES
2.
3.
ATOMS AND MOLECULES-MOLE CONCEPT
STRUCTURE OF ATOMS
NOV
DEC,JAN
1.
2.
(PHYSICS)
GRAVITATION-THRUST AND PRESSURE
ONWARDS
WORK,
OCT
OCT
Oct/NOV
ENERGY,
1.
POWER
SOUND
(BIOLOGY)
DIVERSITY IN LIVING ORGANISM
2
WHY DO WE FALL ILL?
NOV
3.
NATURAL RESOURCES
DEC
JAN
3.
DEC,JAN
OCT
INDIRA NATIONAL SCHOOL
WAKAD,PUNE
SUBJECT: SOCIAL SCIENCE
THE SPLIT SYLLABUS FOR CLASS IX FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2014- 2015
S.NO
MONTHS
HISTORY
GEOGRAPHY
1.
APRIL
LS.1
THE FRENCH
REVOLUTION
LS.1
INDIA
LOCATION AND
SIZE
POLITICAL
SCIENCE
ECONOMICS
LS.1
DEMOCRATIC
POLITICS
LS.1
THE VILLAGE
OF PALAMPUR
LS.2
THE PHYSICAL
FEATURES OF
INDIA
2.
JUNE
LS.3
DRAINAGE
LS.2
WHY & WHAT
DEMOCRACY
3.
JULY
4
AUGUST
LS.2
NAZISM
LS.2
PEOPLE AS
RESOURCE
LS.3
CONSTITUTIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
LS.4
ELECTORAL
POLITICS
5.
SEPTEMBER
6.
OCTOBER
LS.4
CLIMATE
LS.3
FOREST AND
COLONIALISM
LS.5
NATURAL
VEGETATION
AND WILDLIFE
OF INDIA
LS.3
POVERTY AS
CHALLENGE
7.
NOVEMBER
8.
DECEMBER
9.
JANUARY
LS.6
POPULATION
LS.4
THE STORY OF
CRICKET
LS.5
WORKING OF
INSTITUTIONS
LS.6
DEMOCRATIC
POLITICS
LS.4
FOOD
SECURITY OF
INDIA