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1. S.I.S. Curriculum

2. List of Holidays

3. List of PTM

4. CCE & Result Criteria

5. Syllabus of Subjects

(a) English

(b) Mathematics

(c) Hindi

(d) Punjabi

(e) Science

(f) S.ST


(g) Computer







With so many changes happening at such a great pace at educational

scenario the entire student community is feeling hay wired.

There have been a paradigm shift in education system from rote

learning to learning by doing. At S.I.S. Public School we very carefully

frame the curriculum towards holistic, healthy & responsible global

citizen.

It is very rightly said, “I do and I learn” hence at S.I.S. every topic is

associated with an activity. Projects & Assignments further

inhance the understandings of the topic taught and children are able

to relate the same to their life & explain in own words. VBE, Art, Music,

Dance, Sports & other hobbies are placed on everyday basis & are



rewarded on regular basis.

Inderjeet K. Sandhu

PRINCIPAL



MONTH

DAY

Holiday of Occasions

APRIL







2nd April

Thursday

Mahavir Jayanti

14th April

Tuesday

Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti/ Baisakhi

MAY







22nd May

Friday

Martyom day of Shri Guru Arjan Dev Ji

Summer break 24th May 2015 to 6th July 2015

JULY







18th July

Saturday

Id-ul-fitr

31st July

Friday

Martyom day of Shaheed Udham Singh


AUGUST







15th August

Saturday

Independence Day & Rakshabandhan

SEPTEMBER







05th September

Saturday

Janamasthmi

25th September

Friday

Id-ul-zula

OCTOBER







2nd October

Friday

Gandhi Jayanti

9th October

Friday

Prakash Utsav Guru Ram Das ji

22nd October

Thursday

Dusshera

27th October

Tuesday

Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti/ Karvachauth

NOVEMBER





11th November to 14th November Diwali Holidays


24th November

Tuesday

Guru Teg Bahadur Martyom Day

25th November

Wednesday

Guru Nanak Jayanti

28th November

Saturday

Guru Nanak Dev ji Prakash Utsav celebrations

DECEMBER







25th December

Friday

Christmas

Winter Break 26th December 2015 to 05th January 2016

26th January




Republic Day







Ravi Das Jayanti







Shivratri





Holi







Ram Navmi



23.05.2015

22.08.2015

26.09.2015

05.12.2015

20.02.2016

26.03.2016





Nine point grading system for measuring scholastic achievements:


GRADE

MARKS

GRADE POINT

A1

91-100

10

A2

81-90

9


B1

71-80

8

B2

61-70

7

C1

51-60

6

C2

41-50

5

D

33-40

4

E1

21-32

3

E2

0-20

2


English Class- X

April:

Prose : 1. The two gentle men of Verona

2. The Frog and the Nightingale

3. Notice

4. Message

5. Letter writing

6. Article

7. Determiners

8. Tenses

9. Story Writing

Suggested Activities:

1. Novel Reading (Chapter 1 -3 )

2. ASL

3. Role Play: Work in groups of three. One student will act as a TV anchor and the other two will play the roles of Nicola & Jacopo. Before holding the interview the anchor will prepare a list of appropriate questions to ask the brothers who will answer them on the basis of what happens in the story. (Two gentleman of Verona)


4. Debate will be held on 15th on the topic – Women empowerment.

May:

Prose : 1. Mrs. Packletide’s tiger

2. Mirror

3. Speech

4. Report

5. Diary entry

6. E-mail

7. Subject verb Agreement

8. Relatives

9. Story Writing

Suggested Activities:

1. Novel Writing (Chapters 4-6)

2. ASL

3. Letter Writing-



(a) As Mrs. Packletide write a letter to Loona Bimberton inviting her to the luncheon party you are giving in her honor. Do say that you are enclosing the tiger-claw brooch with the letter.

(b) As Loona Bimbertoon write a reply declining Mrs. Packletide’s invitation. Give a polite explanation.



Discussion : On the basis of your understanding the poem (mirror) discuss the following:-

The reasons why truth and reality are often hard to accept.

4. Declamation will be held on 15th on the topic : Child Labour
July :

Prose : 1. The Letter

2. Not Marble, Nor the gilded monuments.

3. Data Interpretation

4. Bio-sketch writing

5. Debate writing

6. Non-finites, infinites and participles

7. Connectors

8. Conditionals



Suggested Activities:

1. Novel Reading (chapter 7-9)

2. ASL

3. Organize a dumb charade activity based on the characters of the story (The Letter) on 15th



4. Find in the poem images related to the following:

Death, Stone, Life, Time, War



August:

Drama : 1. The Dear Departed

2. Dialogue Writing

3. Factual Description

4. Story Writing

5. Integrated Grammar Practices


MCB :

6. Health & medicine

7. Education

8. Science



Suggested Activities:

1. Novel Writing (10-12 chapters)

2. ASL

3. Synopsis : Write a brief synopsis of the play to be announced before staging the play. The synopsis should contain the following points:



(a) Name of the theatre group/ company presenting the play.

(b) Name of the play and the playwright.

(c) Setting of the play-the time and society it depicts.

(d) Main characters

(e) Type of the play

(f) A brief story (excluding the end)

(g) A question or two to arouse the audience’s interest in what happens at the end.

4. Elocution will be held on 15th on the Topic : Current Political Scenario/corruption)



September : Revision

October :

Prose : 1. A Shady plot

2. Patol Babu ,film star

3. Poetry : Ozymandias

4. Notice Writing

5. Message Writing

6. Letter Writing

7. Bio-sketch writing

8. Comparison

9. Modals

Suggested Activities:

1. Novel Writing (Chapter 13-16)

2. ASL

3. Make a slide show on Quiz Boards



4. Collect necessary information on Satyajit Ray and write a short bio-sketch.

5. Extempore Competition will be conducted in the class on 15th.



November :

Prose : 1. Virtually True

2. Poetry : The rime of the ancient mariner

3. Snake.

4. Diary Entry

5. Article Writing

6. Report Writing

7. E-mail writing

8. Data Interpretation

9. Active & Passive voice

10. Story Writing


Suggested Activities:

1. Novel Reading (17-20 chapters)

2. ASL

3. Hold a press conference in the class on the hospitalization, treatment and recovery of Shultz. Two students will act as Shultz’s parents and two others will play the role of doctors treating him. The rest of the class will be press correspondents who will ask the four different questions about Shultz’s accident, treatment and chances of recovery on the basis of the reading of the poem ‘Snake’ complete the following table :



Poetic Device Examples

Similes


Metaphors

Repetition

Alliteration

Onomatopoeia

4. JAM Session will be held on 15th on the topic related to : Environment, Social Evils, Politics, Current Affairs, Favorite Historical incident

December :

Drama : 1. Julius Caesar

2. Speech Writing

3. Debate Writing

4. Dialogue Writing

5. Factual description

6. Short Story Writing

7. Reported speech

8. Preposition



MCB

9. Environment

10. Travel & tourism

11. National Integration



Suggested Activities:

1. Novel Reading (21-23 chapters)

2. ASL

3. If you have to choose between your country and very dear friend, which one you choose? Why?



4. Debate will be held on 15th on the Topic : Manpower v/s Machine power.

FA I

1. Two gentleman of Verona

2. The frog and the nightingale

3. Short Composition, Notice/ Message


FA II

1. Ms. Packletide’s Tiger

2. Not marble, nor gilded monuments

3. Long composition: Letter / Report


FA III

1. A Shady Plot

2. Ozymandias

3. Short composition: Diary Entry/ Bio-sketch

4/ Editing/ Gap Filling

FA IV

1. Virtually True

2. Snake

3. Long composition: Article/ Speech

4. Integrated grammar practices
January : Revision
MATHS(X)
April:


  1. Real numbers

  2. Polynomials

Activity :

  1. Verification of the formula for the sum of first n natural numbers

  2. Sum of first & odd natural nos.

May :

  1. Pair of linear equations in two variables.

Activity :

  1. Condition for consistency of system of linear equations in two variables .

  2. Basic proportionality Theorem.

  3. Experimental verification to Pythagoras Theorem .

July :

6.Triangles

8.Inroduction to Trigonometry.

Activity:


  1. To verify that ratio of the areas of two similar triangles is equal to the ratio of the sequence of their corresponding sades .

  2. Area of circles.

August:

14.statistics



Activity:

Volume of a sphere.



September : SA I Examination

October :

4. Quadratic equations

5. Arithmetic progression

15. Probability



Activity:

  1. Verification of given sequences to be an A.P

  2. Nth term of an A.P

  3. Sum of n term of A.P

November :

  1. O –ordinate geometry

  2. Some application of Trigonometry

Activity:
  1. Distance formula


  2. Section Formula

  3. Preparation and use of clinometers.

December:

10.Circles

12. area related to circle

13. Surface Areas and Volumes.



Activity:

  1. Tangent to a circle

  2. Surface area of Sphere

  3. Probability of sum of numbers on a pair of dice.

January:

11. construction



February : Revision

Class X

अप्रैल :-

स्पर्श गद्य :- बड़े भाई साहब , डायरी का एक पन्ना I

स्पर्श पद्य :- कबीर

व्याकरण :- शब्द पद के अंतर , अशुद्धि शोधन

गतिविधि :- सतत एवं समग्र मूल्यांकम प्रणाली (CCE ) और मेरा नज़रिया I

परियोजना कार्य :- स्वतंत्रता संग्राम में महिलाओ की भूमिका I

मई :-

संचयन :- हरिहर काका

स्पर्श गद्य :- तंतारा विमोरो कथा , तीसरी कसम के शिल्पकार

स्पर्श पद्य :- मीरा के पद , पर्वत प्रदेश में पावस

गतिविधि :- अनुभव प्रस्तुतिकरण

किस ऐसी घटना का वर्णन जिसमें अपनी आलोचना सुनने के पश्चात आपने स्वयं को बदला हो I

परिचर्चा : पहले की और आज की फिल्मों में समानता और अंतर I

स्वरचित कविता :- प्रकृति से संबंधित कविता लिखें I

जुलाई :- स्पर्श पद्य - तोप

व्याकरण :- रचना के आधार पर वाक्य रूपांतर , समास

लेखन भाग :- सूचना लेखन , मुहावरे , विज्ञापन लेखन , संवाद लेखन , पत्र लेखन , अनुच्छेद

गतिविधि : संस्मरण लेखन :- किसी ऐतिहासिक स्थल का वर्णन करें जिसे आपने देखा हो और उसके रख-रखाव के लिए सुझाव दें I

अगस्त :- लेखन भाग : मुहावरे , अनुच्छेद लेखन , संवाद लेखन

दोहराव :- SA I का पाठ्यक्रम दोहराया जायेगा I

सितंबर :- दोहराव - संकलित परीक्षा – I

अक्टूबर :-

स्पर्श गद्य :- गिरगिट , अब कहाँ दूसरों के दुःख

स्पर्श पद्य :- बिहारी के दोहे , सपनों के से दिन , टोपी शुक्ला

गतिविधि :- स्लोगन लेखन - वृक्षा रोपण (चित्र सहित)

वर्ग पहेली :- मुहावरे चांट कर अर्थ सहित वाक्य बनाये I

नवंबर :- स्पर्श गद्य :- पतझड़ में टूटी पत्तियां , कारतूस

स्पर्श पद्य :- मनुष्यता , मधुर-मधुर , कर चले हम फ़िदा , आत्मत्राण

व्याकरण :- शब्द - पद में अंतर , समास , अशुद्धि शोधन

लेखन भाग :- अनुच्छेद , पत्र , संवाद , सूचना , विज्ञापन

गतिविधि :- कहानी लेखन :- अपनी भावनाओ को व्यकत करते हुए , उचित शीर्षक के साथ मानवता से संबंधित विषय पर कहानी लिखें I

दिसंबर :- SA - 2 का दोहराव

सूची निर्माण के कार्य जो सामाजिक दृष्टि से उचित होते हुए भी हम नहीं करते I

जनवरी - फ़रवरी :- दोहराव एवं हिंदी महीनो के नाम एवं पर्व मार्च - संकलित परीक्षा – 2

SCIENCE(X)

APRIL: Chemistry:


  1. Chemical reaction and equations.

Physics: Electricity

Biology :Life processes and nutrition

  • Transportation

ACTIVITY: To show that light is important for photosynthesis

  1. Permannent slide of Xylem & blood Smear will be shown.

PRACTICALS:

1.To observe and perform various reactions .



MAY: Chemistry:

  1. Metals & non –metals

Biology: Life Processes : Excretion

Respiration



Physics: Mag. Effects of current

ACTIVITY:

  1. To show Zinc ,Granules and reaction between Magnesium ribbon and dilute Hcl in lab.

  2. Improved model of Respiratory system will be prepared.

  3. Study of Nephron Structure by using a Model.

PRACTICALS:

JULY:

  1. Acids, bases and salts

Physics: Mag. Effects of current

Biology: Ch -7 control & Co-ordination

ACTIVITY:

  1. To Find PH of different substances.

  2. To study structure of Brain & its functions by a presentation.

PRACTICAL:

AUGUST: Physics: Sources of energy
ACTIVITY/PRACTICAL:

OCTOBER:

  1. Carbon & its components .

Physics: Light

Biology:Ch-15 Our environment

Ch- 16 management of natural Resources .



ACTIVITY:
  1. To study properties of different compounds of carbon..


  2. Prepare a Report on 'How plastic can be Recycled reused'.

  3. Debate on 'urbanisation & Deforstation.

NOVEMBER:

  1. Carbon and its compounds.

Physics: Light (ctd.)

Biology: How do organisms reproduce
ACTIVITY/ PRACTICAL:

  1. To study the properties of different organic Compounds.

  2. Various parts of a bisexual flower (petunia) will be studied.

  3. Discussion on 'Adult Education'.

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DECEMBER:

  1. Periodic classification of element.

Physics: Human Eye & colourful world

Biology: Heredity and evolution
ACTIVITY:

  1. Compare all the periodic tables up-till now

  2. Enlist all the new elements discovered.

  3. Study of Homologous & Analogous organs through a chart.

  4. Menedian character by Pea Seeds .

PRACTICAL:

JANUARY & FEBRUARY: REVISION

SOCIAL -SCIENCE (X)
APRIL: Geography: 1. Resources

2. Forest and wildlife resources

3. Water Resources

4. Agriculture,



Activity :

  1. Collect information endangered species and write about them.

  2. Prepare a project report onRainwater Harvesting .


May :

.Political science: 1.Power sharing ,

2. Federalism,

3. Democracy and diversity.

4. Gender, religion and caste politics

ACTIVITIES:


  1. Class Quiz

  2. Woman in India face disadvantages, discrimination and oppression in various ways .Prepare an assignment on this issue .

  3. Prepare a model on rainwater Harvesting OR
  4. Prepare a model showing Rabi and Kharif crops


JULY : History

  1. Print culture and modern world Activity: Quiz

  2. The making of Global world

  3. The Age of Industrialization



Activity :Case study on the past war international economic order 1945-1960

2.Prepare a project report on changes in print technology in last 100 years.


August & September: Revision
October:

Geography

  1. Mineral and energy resources.

  2. Manufacturing industries

  3. Transport communication and trade.

Activities:

  1. Project report on any four resources of energy. That we use in our body.

  2. Industrial Visit .

November

Political Science :

  1. Political Parties

  2. Outcomes of democracy.

  3. Challenges to democracy

  4. Populations, Struggles and movements.

Activities:

  1. Write about any two national parties and two religion parties.

  2. Prepare a project report on RTI 2005.

December

History: The Rise of Nationalism in Europe

2.Nationalism in India

Activities:

  1. Make a PowerPoint Presentation On India's Struggle for freedom .


January & Feb: REVISION

FA- SYLLABUS

FA-I Date: 14.5.2014

  1. Resources

  2. Development

FA-II Date: 06.8.2014


  1. Power Sharing 2. Federalism

3. Sectors of Indian Economy

FA-III Date: 10.12.2014

  1. Minerals and Energy Resources

  2. Popular Struggles and Movements

  3. Money and Credit.

FA-IV Date: 13-12-2015

Full Syllabus (Mock Board of 90 marks)


COMPUTER -X



April 2013 Class X

Title

Topic/Topics

Period/Periods

Theory

Lesson 1- Introduction to Internet

6

Monthly Test

Lesson 1

1

May 2013

Theory

Lesson 2: Understanding HTML

3

Practical/

How to create a web page using HTML

4

June : Holiday Assignment 2013


Make a chart or model on Internet and its uses.

July 2013

Theory

Lesson 3: working with tags

Lesson 4:Using list and images



3

Practical/

Practicals



1.Create a web page using heading, font, text colour and background tages .

2. create a web page using a nested list



4

Monthly Test

lesson

1

August 2013

Theory

Lesson 5:working with anchors and links

Lesson 6: Creating Tables



3

Practical/

Practicals



  1. Create a web page using Anchor tag.

  2. Create a table using various attribute of a table.

4

Monthly Test

Lesson 4


1

September 2013

Revision Test of Lesson 1 to 4, Practicals for SA I and Theory SA I .

October 2013

Theory

Lesson 7:Introduction to MS Access

Lesson 8: working with tables



3

Practical/

Practicals



MS Access Project 1: page no 148

4

Monthly Test




1

November 2013

Theory

Lesson 9:introduction to XML

4

Practical/

Practicals



Creating a web page using XML.

3

Monthly Test

Lesson 9

1

Title


Topic/Topics

Period/Periods

December 2013

Theory

Lesson 11:social impact of IT

3

M T

Lesson 11

1

January 2013

Revision for SA II

February 2013

Revision and Practical for SA II

March 2013

SA II and Result





MONTHDAYHoliday of OccasionsAPRIL8th April TuesdayRam Navami 13th AprilSundayMahavir Jayanti14th AprilMondayDr. Ambedkar Jayanti/ Baisakhi Summer break 25th May 2014 to 6th JULY 2014 JULY 29th July TuesdayId-ul-fitr31st JulyThursdayMartyom day of Shaheed Udham SinghAUGUST10th AugustSundayRaksha Bandhan15th AugustFridayIndependence Day Celebration18th AugustMondayJanamastami OCTOBER2nd OctoberThursdayGandhi Jayanti3rd OctoberFridayDushera6th OctoberMondayId-ul-zula8th OctoberWednesdayMaharishi Valmiki Jayanti9th October ThursdayPrakash Utsav Guru Ram Das ji11th OctoberSaturdayKarva Chauth23rd OctoberThursdayDeepawali25th OctoberSaturdayBhai DujNOVEMBER6th NovemberThursdayGuru Nanak Jayanti24th November MondayGuru Teg Bahadur Martyom DayDECEMBER25th DecemberThursdayChristmasJANUARYWinter Break 1st January 2015 to 13th January 201526th JanuaryMondayRepublic DayRavi Das Jayanti17th FebruaryTuesdayShivratri6th MarchFridayHoli28th MarchSaturdayRam Navmi



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