He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert Class XI
He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert
City Montessori School, Lucknow Syllabus 2010-2011 Class XI
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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
MORAL EDUCATION: To develop in every student the essential elements of morality. To develop the values and capabilities necessary for making right decisions and upright conduct. 3. To develop in them the attitude of open mindedness, to appreciate and be ready to accept others and to act constructively not defensively. 4. To develop the skill of striving not only for good but to handle the conflicting situations without demeaning self and others. 5. To develop the ability to monitor themselves and find out constructive ways of conflict resolutions. 6. To promote the development of good character for the purpose of lessening crime and raising the standard of good citizenship. ENGLISH LANGUAGE: To develop habits of: a. clear articulate expression, using accepted syntactical forms and structures with a firm grasp of idioms; b. critical thinking, involving assessment and analysis of the written material provided. 2. To develop the capacity to critically and innovatively examine and to assess the value of passages of argumentative writing, to consider the assumptions upon which the arguments rest and to trace the implications that follow. 3. To develop adequate and appropriate vocabulary. 4. To develop the ability to comprehend and appreciate good prose. ENGLISH (Prescribed Texts): 1. 2. 3. 4. HINDI: 1. To develop an appreciation of literature through a critical study of selected literary works. To help students achieve through the study of literature, an understanding of the study of man. To create an interest in the warp of thought, which differs from that of the group to which, the student belongs. To develop the power of expression. 1. 1. 2.
Moral Education English Language English (Prescribed Texts) Hindi Mathematics Physics Chemistr y Biology Economics Commerce Accounts Computer Science History Psychology Biotechnology Geography Environmental Education
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NOTE: Please refer to ISC Council Syllabus and Scope of Syllabus 2012 for further reference.
To develop habits of clear articulate expression using accepted syntactical forms and structures, with a firm grasp of idiom and to comprehend and appreciate good prose. 2. To expose candidates to a deeper knowledge and appreciation of literary works in the language. HISTORY: 1. To provide accurate knowledge of the most significant events and personalities of the period under study in sequence and in context.
He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert Class XI 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. To familiarise candidates with factual evidence. To develop an understanding of the existence of problems and relevance of evidence of explanations. To develop the capacity to marshal facts and evaluate evidence and to discuss issues from a historical point of view. To develop the capacity to read historical views in the light of new evidence or new interpretation of evidence. To foster a sense of historical continuity. To familiarise candidates with various types of historical evidence and to provide some awareness of the problems involved in evaluating different kind of source materials.
He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert ACCOUNTS: 1. 2. To provide an understanding of the principles of accounts and practice in recording transactions and interpreting individual as well as company accounts. To develop an understanding of the form and classification of financial statements as a means of communicating financial information.
MATHEMATICS: 1 To enable candidates to acquire knowledge and to develop an understanding...
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