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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL
COURSE DESCRIPTION LEARNING OUTCOME MANUAL
CDLO
“Education is the knowledge of how to use the whole of oneself. Many men use but one or two faculties out of the score with w hich they are endowed. A man is educated, who knows how to make a tool of every faculty-how to open it, how to keep it sharp and how to apply it to all practical purposes.”

H. W. Beecher
Change is permanent. The key to our survival in this permanently changing world is adapting to newer circumstances. The fi ttest are the ones who do so with required panache and ease. In accordance with this universal tradition of change, the system of education too is constantly amending and altering itself. Varied perspectives, new theories, newer experimentations and method ologies are together widening the scope of education to limits unheard and un-thought of before. At Delhi Public School, it is our sincere effort to be concurrent with such changes and reforms in the field of education and simultaneously apprise our partners for a noble cause that is the parents and guardians, of the same in the best possible way. The CDLO Manual is such an endeavour, a hurried graze or a patient study of which, will provide them with the purpose, means and end to the kind of holistic education that we envisage for our students.

CLASS-IX

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Academic Plan 2011-12

Purpose of CDLO
The document provides comprehensive information not only about syllabus to be covered and assessment details but also about p rojects, activities and also about the Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation. Besides it also sets targets regarding the outcome of learning effecting from a concerted teacher -student-parent partnership.

Navigating the CDLO
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CD-stands for Course Description which covers topics and sub topics to be taught. LO- stands for Learning Outcome. This denotes areas of students‘ understanding and consequently acquiring specific skills. Activities - We do and we learn goes the saying. This emphasises on the importance given to ‗hands on learning ‗abilities. Activities specified are of three types: (a) Class activity (b) Lab activity (c) Home/outside school or class activity. No. of periods allotted—A pointer to the time period required for a particular topic, ensuring that learning is crisp and clear. Weekly/Summative Assessment – The plan of a regular and systematic means to evaluate student learning Formative Assessment --- An important aspect of CCE based on classroom interactions, projects and personality attributes. SCM - Study Course Materials prepared after exhaustive research, provide additional information regarding the topic and also ease out the revision process.

Co –Scholastics: Igniting the young minds
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L&TS – The importance of this field is utmost as these skills help prepare the young minds to cope with situati ons, adverse and favourable and enhance their ability to think and judge critically and act accordingly.

H&PE – Health & Physical Education --An integral part of the CCE system which lays emphasis on sports ,games and physical culture as a stepping stone to building a healthy mind in a healthy body apart from training young learners to be skilled professionals in the field. PERFORMING ARTS – When the seeds of aesthetics are sown in the young hearts, who knows if the latent talent that we discover will not be a Jamini Roy, a Pandit Bhimsen Joshi or perhaps a Habib Tanvir? DPS endeavours to provide some basic opportunities to students.

Cognitive Skills Development and Evaluation
The greatest strength of Bloom‘s Taxonomy is that it has taken the very importan t topic of thinking and placed a structure around it that is usable by practitioners. Those teachers who keep a list of question prompts relating to the various levels of Bloom‘s Taxonomy undoubtedly do a better job of encouraging higher-order thinking in their students than those who have no such tool.

Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (Traditional)
Skill
Knowledge
Comprehension
Application
Analysis
Synthesis
Evaluation

Definition
Recall information
Understand the meaning, paraphrase a concept
Use the information or concept in a new situation
Break information or concepts into parts to understand it more fully Put ideas together to form something new
Make judgments about value

Key Words
Identify, describe, name, label, recognize, reproduce, follow Summarize, convert, defend, paraphrase, interpret, give examples Build, make, construct, model, predict, prepare
Compare/contrast, break down, distinguish, select, separate
Categorize, generalize, reconstruct
Appraise, critique, judge, justify, argue, support

The Skills that are tested and evaluated pertain to the classification based on Bloom‘s taxonomy and its revised version. Kno wledge, comprehension and application are the main areas of testing with specified weightage in different levels. However the higher order skills like analysis and synthesis are greatly encouraged.

Important Information to be noted

 All SCMs (Study Course Material) will be uploaded at the school website on the mentioned dates, which students have to access . No hardcopy of the same will be distributed in school.
 The Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation pattern as prescribed by the CBSE has been introduced in classes IV to XII.  We will try to adhere to the schedule of Assessments and Curriculum given in this document. How ever dates may change depending on exigencies that may arise in future.

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Index
English
Hindi
Sanskrit
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
History & Political Science
Geography
Economics
Foundation of Communication & Technology
Life & Thinking Skill
Resource Centre
Performing Arts
Health & Physical Education

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Academic Plan 2011-12

English
The Weightage of Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) shall be as follows: Semester

Type of Assessment

Semester 1

Formative Assessment 1
Formative Assessment 2
Summative Assessment 1
Formative Assessment 3
(FA 3and FA 4)
Formative Assessment 4
Summative Assessment 1
(Semester 2 Examination)

Semester 2

Percentage of weightage in
academic session
10%
10%
20%
10%
10%
40%

Semester wise weightage

Total

Formative Assessment 1+2=20%

Formative =+40%
Summative =60%
Total =100%

Summative Assessment 1=20%
Formative Assessment 3+4=20%

Summative Assessment 2=40%

Formative Assessment (FA)
FA-1, Semester-1
S. No
1

2
3

Month
April

May/June
July

4

Suggested Activity
Integrated Project
Group discussion followed by
class presentation
Each child presents one aspect of topic
Debate, declamation, speech-Activities or JAM:
Just a minute
• Textual
• General Topics
Topics can be from the text or from
life. In only a minute, student will
speak on the given topic.

Listening
5) Weaving a yarn (group activity)
Story line to be given by
Teacher (beginning, end or middle)
Students will present it in the form of (a comic strip with
illustrations, dialogues, dramatization or story
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Mode of assessment
Discussion:
Understanding of topic
Conversational Skills
Confidence
Presentation

Total Marks
10

For JAM:
Promptness
Textual knowledge
Imagination
Presentation
Fluency of Ideas
Confidence
Concise expression
5
10
• Imagination
• Originality
• Creativity
• Presentation
• Contemporary relevance

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
S. No
4

Month
August

6

Once in each
semester after
monitoring for
entire semester

7

Once in each
semester after
monitoring for
entire semester

Suggested Activity
Integrated Project
The budding Poet or Author
Visual stimulus in the form of picture, cartoon, scene etc
Verbal stimulus (words, phrases,
story or incidents)
Composing/changing the given
Textual poem or text.
Note Books

Class Room Response

Academic Plan 2011-12

Mode of assessment

Total Marks

• Originality
• Creativity
• Fluency
• Imagination

10

Punctuality and Work Done
Content and Originality
Handwriting and Neatness
Corrections
WB

10

Questions asked
Answers Given
Conversation
Response
Behaviour

5

Total

50 marks

FA-3, Semester-2
S. No
1

Month
October

2

November
5

Suggested Activity
7) Reading a book (group or
individual activity)
About the author
Summary
Characters
Extrapolation
Book Jacket
Designing a Comic Book
Simplify story for junior classes
 Simplifying plot
 Writing the script
 Narrating
 Enacting
 Making a C.D.
 Book Review
4) Radio talk (listening comprehension)
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Mode of assessment
Knowledge of text
Analytical ability to evaluate plot
character, writers style
Creativity / Imagination
Presentation

Total Marks
10

Radio Talk

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S. No

Month

Suggested Activity
• Students will listen to a radio talk
• Questionnaire to be given by Teacher (MCQ & short answers) • Students will respond in writing
• Peer correction
Integrated Project
Rewriting history
_ What would have happened if
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December

4

January

Integrated Project
Radio show

6

Once in each
semester after
monitoring for
entire semester

Note Books

7

Once in each
semester after
monitoring for
entire semester

Class Room Response

Academic Plan 2011-12

Mode of assessment
• Correct Response to questions
• Application of instructions (as in a map)

Total Marks

• Imagination
• Originality
• Creativity
• Presentation
• Contemporary relevance
Understanding of topic
Conversational Skills
Confidence
Presentation
Punctuality and Work Done
Content and Originality
Handwriting and Neatness
Corrections
WB
Questions asked
Answers Given
Conversation
Response
Behaviour

10

10

10

5

Total

50 marks

The FA2 and FA4 paper shall be broadly in accordance with the CBSE examinations‘ specifications of English scaled down to half i. e. 50 marks Max. Marks: 50
Duration: 1 Hour & 20 Minutes
Table 1: The Structure of the Paper CLASS: IX – XII
COGNITION SKILL IX TO XII
ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES
KNOWLEDGE

CLASS XI

CLASS XII

UNDERSTANDING

15
25 (10+15)

20
25 (10+5+10)

25
25 (10+5+10)

APPLICATION
TOTAL

6

CLASS IX &X

10 MARKS
50 MARKS

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50 MARKS

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Academic Plan 2011-12

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT/PRB/MOCK TEST
COGNITION SKILLS IX TO XII
MAX. MARKS: 100 FOR CLASSES IX- XII
DURATION: 3 HOURS

Section 2: What skills are the examiners testing?
When examiners set the paper, they choose questions which will test certain skills. That is why there are different types of question on the paper. It is very helpful for you to know what the examiners are looking for. For example, if you are aware that Section D of the English paper questions and tests literary text knowledge recall, then you know that all you have to do is to bring in mind the different literary pieces that you have read and understood in the Literature Reader prescribed for your class. The examiners divide the skills you need to have into three groups. These are called ‗ Assessment Objectives‘.

Section 3: What do you need to know?
Semester–I (English) Class-IX
Month
April

Course Description

Learning Outcome

Interact In English Literature Reader IX
The Brook
 Take responsibility for their own learning and for
:Tennyson
evaluating their own thoughts and mistakes.
 Imbibe the qualities of a brook to move ahead in life
tackling all the difficulties and facing all the
obstructions.
 Learn to work out the rhyme scheme.
 Appreciate Poetry

 Participate fully in the discussion, giving due regard
for differing opinions and viewpoints.
 Realize the value of decision-making skills at this age
and how a well planned choice helps to safeguard the
future
 Appreciate Poetry
Interact In English Main Course Book IX
 Unit 1:People
 Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words
The Road Not
Taken(poetry)Robert Frost

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Activity
 Students divide themselves into
groups of 7-8. They set the poem
to music and sing it aloud in
class.
 The students will write a poem
of 6-8 lines. The poem should
have a message, a rhyme
scheme, similes, metaphors,
alliteration etc. to enhance the
beauty of the poem. They could
write a poem on objects such as
the candle/a tree/a rock/the
 desert etc.
 Students will paste information
about 5 career opportunities in
their NB

No. of
Period

Portion for FA/SA, Date of
Examination and SCMs

4

FA-2 (16.08.11)
Portion
 Literature Reader
 The Brook
 The Road Not Taken
 How I Taught My
Grandmother To Read
 A Dog named Duke
 Villa for sale
 Writing Section- All
short and long writing
skills covered till July
 Grammar- Verb Forms,
Determiners and Modals
 Future time reference
 Reading- Unseen
Passage

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3

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Month

Course Description

Unit I -Verb Forms

Unit II- Determiners

Short Writing Skills
Bio Sketch

Learning Outcome
 Identifying main points
 Consulting dictionary
 Analyzing, interpreting, inferring and evaluating
 Writing a description (knowledge of narration)
 Taking active part in group discussion
 Developing Writing Skills
 Usage of appropriate style and format
 Identify the appropriate tenses with the use of the
right form of the verbs.
 Write tasks related to different times using the verb
forms appropriately with the helping verbs
 Use present tense in writing headlines /dialogues
 Identify words, which depict the number, quantity
and amount of Countable and UN countable nouns,
e.g.: some, any, many, few, a few etc.
 Use these words appropriately
 Write an extended task using them accurately with
the names of rivers, mountains etc
 Write short writing tasks using the proper form and
style.
 Will be able to relate the content to the five WH
questions
 To complete a short writing task within the word
limit including the necessary details
 To plan, organize and present the ideas coherently.

Long Writing Skills
Article

May

 To write personal experiences.
 To use an appropriate style and format to write 8
marks (long) writing tasks.
 To plan, organize and present ideas coherently.
 To write a clear account of cause –effect relationship.  To Trans code information from diagrammatic to
verbal form.
 To enhance thinking and creative skills
Interact In English Work book
Unit III-Future Time  Fill gaps and complete sentences with the help of Reference
different future time reference
8

Activity

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No. of
Period

3

3

 Students will gather information
from their father/mother and
write a bio sketch of one of them

3

2

2

Academic Plan 2011-12
Portion for FA/SA, Date of
Examination and SCMs

SA-1 (15.09.2011)
 Entire Syllabus covered
in Semester I
 How I Taught My
Grandmother to Read.
 A Dog Named Duke
 The Brook
 The Road Not Taken
 The Solitary Reaper.
 Lord Ullin's Daughter.
 Villa for sale
 Grammar
 Connecters, Reported
Speech

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Month

Course Description

Learning Outcome

Academic Plan 2011-12

No. of
Period

Portion for FA/SA, Date of
Examination and SCMs

 The students will be divided into
pairs to start a dialogue which
they will write in their note
books

2

 Ss try to jot down 5 of their most
vivid memories and what they
remember - as sensory images –
10 minutes – Ss share their
memories with their partners – 5
minutes. They go home and
interact with their senior citizens
.Do research on adult education
programmes and find out about
the benefits the govt gives to
senior citizens

4

 Students will go through the
news paper or magazines, pick
out an example of Description
writing of any famous
personality, popular place or
important event and paste it in
their note book. They will
underline/highlight the tense
usage in both the question as
well as the answer then they will
take the description writing task
of any person, place or event and
write it in their note book.

2

SCMs to be uploaded on
school website
 Literary Terms (23.04.11)
 Determiners (23.04.11)
 Dialogue writing (SWS)
(23.04.11)
 Article writing (LWS)
(23.04.11)
 The Brook (23.04.11)
 The Road Not Taken
(23.04.11)
 How I Taught My
Grandmother To Read
by Sudha Murty
(25.06.11)
 Email (25.06.11)
 Bio Sketch (25.06.11)
 Description Writing
(25.06.11)
 Verb forms (25.06.11)
 Dialogue Complétion
(12.08.11)
 The Solitary Reaper
(12.08.11)
 Lord Ullin‘s Daughter
(12.08.11)
 Connectors (12.08.11)
 Reported Speech
(12.08.11)
 In/Formal Letter
(12.08.11)
 Villa for sale (12.08.11)
 A Dog named Duke
(12.08.11)

Activity

 Understand the concept that various verb forms can
be used to denote the future that can be used as
different parts of speech.
Short Writing Skills
Dialogue Writing

June

 Use language with the appropriate tense and Verb
forms to complete the content of a dialogue

Interact In English Literature Reader IX
How I Taught My
 Give a written response regarding any aspect of the
Grandmother To
extract.
Read
 Justify their conclusions using reasons supported by
by Sudha Murty
the text, background knowledge, or logic.
 Cherish the memories of childhood in relation to a
grandmother and two different generations
respecting each other
 Understand the importance of teachers in life
 Appreciate how simple instances in life bring
profound changes
 Develop through inspiration and determination
 To quench the thirst of learning irrespective of any
age
 To complete a short writing task within the word
Short Writing Skills
limit including the necessary details
Description writing
 To plan, organize and present the ideas coherently.
 Use language with the appropriate tense and Verb
forms to complete the content of the description of a
person, place or event

Formative
Assessment
Long Writing Skills
Email
9

 As per CCE guidelines

2

 To write Emails.
 To use an appropriate style and format to write 8

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Month

July

Course Description

D.1 Villa For Sale
by Sacha Guitry

Learning Outcome
marks (long) writing task.
 To plan, organize and present ideas coherently.
 To write a clear account of cause –effect relation ship.  To Trans code information from verbal input.
 To enhance thinking and creative skills
 To realize the illusionist effect of materialistic desires  Inculcates the sense of pride in old ancestral things
 Realize the negative shades of hypocrisy
 Understand the traits of duplicity in life

 Realize and appreciate the incredible empathy shown
by a dog
 Learn how to accept loss in life and cope with it
 Learn to express gratitude towards all liv ing
creatures which leave an everlasting effect with their
commendable help and support
Interact In English Main Course Book IX
Unit II :Adventure
 Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words
 Identifying main points
 Consulting dictionary
 Analyzing, interpreting, inferring and evaluating
 Writing a description(knowledge of narration)
 Taking active part in group discussion
 Developing Writing Skills
 Usage of appropriate style and format
Interact In English Workbook IX
WB
 Make requests, take permission, give advice, present
Unit IV -Modals
possibility/impossibility
expectation/prohibition/desire /wish/need
Short Writing Skills  Completing the given write up on the basis of verbal input
Dialogue
 Application of Time and Tense, Voice, Speech etc.
Complétion
 To plan, organize and present the ideas coherently.
A Dog named Duke
by William D. Ellis

Long Writing Skills
Letter to the Editor
Story writing
10

Activity

 To write generalized experiences.
 To use an appropriate style and format to write 8
marks (long) writing tasks.
 To plan, organize and present ideas coherently.

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No. of
Period

5

 Listening task :Page No 20 Lit
Reader
 Just A Minute

4

3

2

2

 Narrate an imaginative story in
the class

5

Academic Plan 2011-12
Portion for FA/SA, Date of
Examination and SCMs
 Modals (12.08.11)
 Letter to the Editor
(12.08.11)

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
Month

August

Course Description

Learning Outcome

 To write a clear account of cause –effect relationship.  To Trans code information from diagrammatic to
verbal form.
 To enhance thinking and creative skills on basis of
given cues
Interact In English Literature Reader IX
The Solitary
 Thematic discussion of the poem
Reaper
 Discussion of poetic devices.
 Offer reasons for their positions that can be verified
by the text, background knowledge, or logic.
 Appreciate Poetry

 How to take mature decisions after analyzing
different aspects and trying to sought out differences.
 Try to think from both points of view in relation to a
difference of opinion.
 Offer reasons for their positions that can be verified
by the text, background knowledge, or logic.
 Appreciate Poetry
Interact In English Main Course Book IX
Unit III
 Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words
:Environment
 Identifying main points
 Consulting dictionary
 Analyzing, interpreting, inferring and evaluating
 Writing a description(knowledge of narration)
 Taking active part in group discussion
 Developing Writing Skills
 Usage of appropriate style and format
Interact In English Workbook IX
Unit V-Connectors
 Use connectors in their writing tasks in order to
synthesize sentences to give a connectivity of
sequencing ideas.
Unit VIII-Reported
 Transform sentences with suitable changes in
Speech
different parts of speech from direct to indirect.
Lord Ullin‘s
Daughter by
Thomas Campbell

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Activity

 Wordsworth was so moved by
this experience that later he
wrote this poem.
 The students will think back in
their own life and try to recall an
experience that affected them
greatly and left a deep impact on
them. Then they will write a
poem for their school magazine
in which they describe that
experience and its impact.
 GD on the topic "Lord Ullin's
daughter was right in her
decision to defy her father,"
giving logical and relevant
reasons in presenting their point
of view to the class.

No. of
Period

3

3

3

2

 Demonstration of Reported
Speech with the help of Students

3

Academic Plan 2011-12
Portion for FA/SA, Date of
Examination and SCMs

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
Month

September
Revision of
QP
Semester 2

Discussion
of QP

Course Description

Learning Outcome

 Link this concept with literature text s while
answering questions.
 Use direct speech while writing articles
 To write personal/impersonal experiences in a
prescribed lay out.
 To use an appropriate style and format to write 8
marks (long) writing tasks.
Formal/ Informal
 To plan, organize and present ideas coherently.
Letter
 To write a clear account of cause –effect relation ship.  To Trans code information from diagrammatic to
verbal form.
 To enhance thinking and creative skills
Interact In English Workbook IX
Unit V:Mystery
 Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words
 Identifying main points
 Consulting dictionary
 Analyzing, interpreting, inferring and evaluating
 Writing a description(knowledge of narration)
 Taking active part in group discussion
 Developing Writing Skills
 Usage of appropriate style and format
Discussion of
 Explaining students how to
Marking
 generate value points for long
Scheme and
 extended writing
corrections to be
done in the note
books vis-à-vis
writing skills
Discussion of
 Explaining students how to
Question Paper
 generate value points for long
 extended writing

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Activity

No. of
Period

3

4

5

6

Academic Plan 2011-12
Portion for FA/SA, Date of
Examination and SCMs

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Academic Plan 2011-12

Semester–II (English) Class-IX
Month
October

Course Description

Learning Outcome

Interact In English Literature Reader IX
P.5 The Seven Ages
 Rightfully evaluate and dismiss reasons
by William Shakespeare
that are not acceptable or valid.
 Try and relate their life in relation with the
seven ages mentioned in the poem.
 Appreciate Poetry

 To read a story and appreciate the various
methods of narration
 To understand the use of irony
 To be able to understand the culture and
life style of various standards of living
 To appreciate the use of wit and humour in
this genre of writing
Interact In English Main Course Book IX
Unit 4-The class IX Radio  Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words Show
 Identifying main points
 Consulting dictionary
 Analyzing, interpreting, inferring and
evaluating
 Writing a description(knowledge of
narration)
 Taking active part in group discussion
 Developing Writing Skills
 Usage of appropriate style and format
Interact In English Workbook IX
Unit VI -The Passive
 Write procedures paying stress to the action
done rather than the doer of the action.
 Write procedures paying stress to the action
done rather than the doer of the action.
 Expand notes with the help of news
headlines.
Short Writing Skills
F. 5 Best Seller
by O. Henry

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Activity
 The teacher will select seven readers
and seven "mimers," one pair for
each of Shakespeare's seven ages. At
the start of the reading, all seven
"mimers" are at the front of the class
and the readers are at their desks.
For each age, the reader stands up
and reads, while the corresponding
"mimer" mimes what is being read.
 Read another story by the same
author and write a response on the
style of narration used.

No. of
Period
2

4

4

 Demonstration to make aware of the
doer and receiver
 Reading of News Headlines and the
News to observe the Verb Forms
 Procedure/ Process Writing

3

Portion for FA/SA, Dates of
examinations and SCMs
FA- 4 (06.02.12)
Portion
Literature Reader The Seven Ages
 Best Seller
 Oh, I Wish I‘d Looked
After Me Teeth
 Writing- All short and
long writing skills
covered till Jan‘12
 Grammar- All units of
Workbook
 Reading- Unseen
Passages

SA-2 (05.03.12)
 The Man who knew too
much, Keeping it from
Harold, Best Seller,
Seven Ages, Oh! I
wished I‘d looked after
me teeth, Song of the
Rain, The Bishop‘s
Candlesticks
 Writing- All short and
long writing skills
covered
 Grammar- All units of
Workbook
 Reading- Unseen
Passages
 As per CBSE syllabus

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
Month

Course Description
Data Interpretation

Learning Outcome

Activity

 Express ideas in a clear grammatically
correct English
 Present ideas coherently and concisely
expand notes into pieces of writing
 Transcode information from one form to
another

Long Writing Skills
In/Formal Letter

November

 To write im/personal experiences.
 To use an appropriate style and format to
write 8 marks (long) writing tasks.
 To plan, organize and present ideas
coherently.
 To write a clear account of cause –effect
relation ship.
 To Trans code information from
diagrammatic to verbal form.
 To enhance thinking and creative skills
Interact In English Literature Reader IX
P.6 Oh, I Wish I'd Looked  Participate fully in the discussion, giving After Me Teeth
due regard for differing opinions and
by Pam Ayres
viewpoints on how to take care of teeth
 Realize that Parents alone are responsible
for inculcating a good sense of dental
hygiene
 amongst children
 Appreciate Poetry
The Man Who Knew Too  Realize how over enthusiasm become a Much
demerit
by Alexander Baron
 Imbibe the quality of being a well balanced
human being
 Learn to be practical in thought process and
action
 Learn how to accept people with positive as
well as negative traits
 Imbibe the quality to accept criticism in life
Interact In English Main Course Book IX
Unit VI - Children
 Vocabulary Improvement
 Enhancing the analytical approach to look
at mystery Deducing the meaning of
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No. of
Period
1

1

 Make a chart on good habit related to
Dental hygiene

3

5

4

Academic Plan 2011-12
Portion for FA/SA, Dates of
examinations and SCMs

SCMs to be uploaded on
school website:
 Seven Ages (22.10.11)
 Best Seller (22.10.11)
 Passive Voice (22.10.11)
 Oh, I Wish I'd Looked
After My Teeth
(23.11.11)
 Connectors (23.11.11)
 The Man Who Knew
Too Much (23.11.11)
 Song of the Rain by
Kahlil Gibran (23.12.11)
 Prepositions (23.12.11)
 The Bishop‘s Candlesticks (Drama)
(20.01.12)
 Keeping it From Harold
(20.01.12)

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
Month

December

Course Description

Learning Outcome

unfamiliar words
 Identifying main points
 Consulting dictionary
 Analyzing, interpreting, inferring and
evaluating
 Writing a description(knowledge of
narration)
 Taking active part in group discussion
 Developing Writing Skills
 Usage of appropriate style and format
 Vocabulary Improvement
 Enhancing the analytical approach to look
at mystery
Interact In English Workbook IX
Unit VII-Connectors
 Use connectors in their writing tasks in
order to synthesize sentences to give a
connectivity of sequencing ideas.
Long Writing Skills
 Express ideas in clear grammatically correct
Story Writing
English
Diary Entry
 Plan ,organize and present ideas coherently
by introducing, developing and concluding
a topic
 Compare and contrast ideas and arrive at a
conclusion
 Present an argument with supporting
examples ,using an appropriate style and
format
Interact In English Literature Reader IX
P.7 Song of the Rain
 Under stands the beauty of rainfall as well
by Kahlil Gibran
as the vagaries it creates
 Realizes the spiritual element in the poem
 Understands the various poetic devises
used to enhance the effect of the poem
 Appreciate the vivid use of literary devices

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Activity

No. of
Period

2

4

 Rain in the hills and rain in the desert
present entirely different scenario. In
the
 hills it revitalises the greenery and
freshens the vegetation; it waters the
parched
 land and relieves the thirsty and
panting souls in the desert.
 This has been a year of scanty rains.
Imagine how the rain would be
welcomed when it

5

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Portion for FA/SA, Dates of
examinations and SCMs

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
Month

Course Description

Learning Outcome

Activity

No. of
Period

 Pours in the hills and in the desert
after a long dry spell. Choose one of
the places and
 describe

January

Interact In English Workbook IX
Unit VIII-Prepositions
 Fill gaps, edit and find omitted words.
 Understand the concept of different
prepositions in relation to location and
time.
Long Writing Skills
Email
 To write Emails.
 To use an appropriate style and format to
write 8 marks (long) writing task.
 To plan, organize and present ideas
coherently.
 To write a clear account of cause –effect
relation ship.
 To Trans code information from verbal
input.
 To enhance thinking and creative skills
Diary Entry
 Express ideas in clear grammatically correct
English
 Plan ,organize and present ideas coherently
by introducing, developing and concluding
a topic
 Compare and contrast ideas and arrive at a
conclusion
 Present an argument with supporting
examples ,using an appropriate style and
format
Formative Assessment
 As per CCE guidelines
Interact In English Literature Reader IX
The Bishop‘s Candle Go through the entire text of the drama and sticks
understand that character is destiny.
(Drama)
 Make a character analysis of the different
Norman
characters.
McKinnell
 Appreciate that a person is not born evil, it
is the society that makes the man and good
behaviour can bring about the desired
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4

4

4

5
 Reading of the text with dramatic
expression
 Role play the text with dramatic
expression

6

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Portion for FA/SA, Dates of
examinations and SCMs

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
Month

Course Description

Learning Outcome

Activity

No. of
Period

changes in an unruly person.

February


Interact In English Main Course Book IX
Unit VII :Sports and
 Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar words
Games
 Identifying main points
 Consulting dictionary
 Analyzing, interpreting, inferring and
evaluating
 Writing a description(knowledge of
narration)
 Taking active part in group discussion
 Developing Writing Skills
 Usage of appropriate style and format
Short Writing Skills
 Completing the given write up on the basis
Dialogue complétion
of verbal input
 Application of Time and Tense, Voice,
Speech etc.
 To plan, organize and present the ideas
coherently.
Long Writing Skill
 To write generalized experiences.
Article Writing
 To use an appropriate style and format to
write 8 marks (long) writing tasks.
 To plan, organize and present ideas
coherently.
 To write a clear account of cause –effect
relation ship.
 To Trans code information from
diagrammatic to verbal form.
 To enhance thinking and creative skills on
basis of given cues
Interact In English Literature Reader IX
Keeping it From Harold
 To understand that evading truth is
by PG Wood House
pointless and so truth should be accepted
 Understand the futility of the emergence of
ruthlessness to safe guard petty economic
interests
Formative Assessment
 As per CCE guidelines
Short Writing Skills
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4

3

3

 Convert the story into a play and in
groups, present your version of the
play before the class?

5

2

Academic Plan 2011-12
Portion for FA/SA, Dates of
examinations and SCMs

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL
Month

Course Description
Revision of all writing
skills and Literature
portion

REVISION for SA- II

18

Learning Outcome
 Will be able to relate the content to the five
WH questions.
 To complete a short writing task within the
word limit including the necessary details.
 To plan, organize and present the ideas
coherently.


Delhi Public School

Activity

No. of
Period
5

5

Academic Plan 2011-12
Portion for FA/SA, Dates of
examinations and SCMs

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Academic Plan 2011-12

fganh
uoha vkSj nloha d{kkvksa ds iz’ui= ds lkjs fu;e dsnzh; ek/;fed f’k{kk cksMZ ds n~okjk fu/kkZfjr gSa] muesa dksbZ cnyko ugha gksxk vkSj cksMZ tc pkgs] a
mlesa ifjorZu dj ldrk gSA

fgUnh ¼ikB~;Øe&v½ dksM la[;k (002)
ladfyr ijh{kk&1 ¼,l-,-&1½ gsrq Hkkj foHkktu ¼vizSy&flrEcj½ dqy Hkkj % fo"k;oLrq vad
vifBr cks/k 20 20%
O;kdj.k 20
ikB~;iqLrd o iwjdikB~;iqLrd 30
ys[ku 10

QkWjeSfVo ijh{kk ¼,Q-,-&1½ o ¼,Q-,-&2½ 20% dqy Hkkj 40%
ladfyr ijh{kk 2 ¼,l 2½ gsrq Hkkj foHkktu (vDVwcj&ekpZ) dqy Hkkj % fo"k;oLrq vad
vifBr cks/k 20 40%
O;kdj.k 20
ikB~;iqLrd o iwjdikB~;iqLrd 30
ys[ku 10

QkWjeSfVo ijh{kk ¼,Q-,-&3½ o ¼,Q-,-&4½ 20%
dqy Hkkj 60%

fVIi.kh%
1- ladfyr ijh{kkvksa dk dqy Hkkj 60 izfr'kr rFkk QkWjeSfVo ijh{kkvksa dk dqy Hkkj 40 izfr'kr gksxkA Qk WjeSfVo ijh{kkvksa osQ 40 izfr'kr esa ls izR;sd l= esa 5 izfr'kr Hkkx (lai.kZ w
o"kZ esa 10 izfr'kr) Jo.k o okpu dkS'kyksa ds ijh{k.k gsrq vkjf{kr gksxkA 'ks"k 30 izfr'kr QkWjeSfVo ewY;kadu] ikB~;p;kZ ds vU; vaxksa tSls iBu] y s[ku] O;kdj.k] ikB~;iqLrd o iwjd ikB~;iqLrd] ij vk/kfjr gksxk A blesa cksyus] lquus] fy[kus o cks/k ij vk/kkfjr ekSf[kd] fyf[kr vFkok dk;Zdykiksa ij vk/kfjr ijh{k.k fd;k tk ldrk gSA 2. ladfyr ijh{kk ,d (,l&1) 80 vadksa dh gksxhA 80 vadksa dks ewY;kadu ds i'pkr 20 vadksa esa ls ifjofrZr dj fy;k tk,xk rnqijakr xzsM dk fu/kkZj.k fd;k tk,xk rFkk ladfyr ijh{kk nks (,l&2) 80 vadksa dh gksxh o 80 vadksa dks ewY;kadu ds i'pkr 40 vadksa esa ls ifjofrZr djus ds mijkar xzsM dk fu/kkZj.k fd;k tk,xkA

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STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Academic Plan 2011-12

izFke bdkbZ ikB~;Øe ¼fganh½ d{kk&uoha
Ekkg
vçSy



ikB~;Øe fooj.k

laHkkfor visf{kr vf/kxe

fØ;kdyki

dkyka'k

lkfgR; & ¼f{kfrt½ ‚kx&ƒ
nks cSyksa dh dFkk lkf[k;k¡ ,oa lcn ok[k
d`frdk bl ty çy; esa
O;kdj.k&'kCn fuekZ.k&milxZ]
izR;;] lekl
jpuk i=] fuca/k@ vuqPNsn
v0 in~;ka’k@ xn~;ka’k
f{kfrt &miHkksDrkokn dh laLd`fr &
vk/kka’k

vkneh ds vkneh gksus dk vFkZ %cSyksa dh dFkk
nxh dFkk f’kYih çsepan dh dye vkSj i'kqvksa
s
dh Hkk"kk dks le> ikus dh {kerkAdchj jfpr
lkf[k;k¡] lcn ds n~okjk lkaçnkf;d ln~Hkko
eksg&ek;k]r`".kk vkfn Hkkoksa ls ifjp; O;kdj.k
ikBksa dh tkudkjh vkSj Hkk"kk ds lkFk laxrA

nks cSyksa dh dFkk ds vk/kkj ij
Lora=rk & laxzke ls lacaf/kr
dforkvksa dk ladyuA
milxZ rFkk izR;; ls u,&u,
'kCn fuekZ.k dk vH;klA

„…

cnyrh thou&’kSyh] miHkksDrkoknh laLd`fr ls lelkef;d leL;k ij fopkj :&c&: gksukA Hkk"kk ds vfHkuo :i dk
dj fQj lekpkj i= ds ek/;e
KkukA
ls iz’ukoyh cukukA
ijra= Hkkjr esa ns’kHkDrksa dh nqnZ’kk dk o.kZu
djrs gq, Lora=rk çkfIr gsrq Økafr dk
vkg~okuA jl[kku dh d`".k HkfDr ,oa cztHkwfe
ds izfr izse dk fp=.kA

ƒ…

twu

mi- dh laLd`fr & 'ks"kka’k
O;k- & laKk]loZuke

tqykÃ

f{kfrt
loS;]s dSnh vkSj dksfdyk
O;kdj.k& eqgkojs
f{kfrt & Ygklk dh vksj
d`frdk&esjs lax dh vkSjrsa
jpuk & i=]fuca/k] vuqPNsn] vifBr
x|ka’k&i|ka’k
f{kfrt&ukuk lkgc dh iq=h nsoh eSuk dks
[kRe dj fn;k x;k]lk¡oys liuksa dh ;kn]
xzkeJh
jpuk i=]@vuqPNsn
vifBrxn~;ka’k@in~;ka’k

vxLr

flracj

ijh{kk gsrq p;fur ikB~;Øe ,oa
ikB~; lkexzh fooj.k frfFk

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…†

lkIrk- ijh{kk&„ ¼„‡-…‣-ƒƒ½
f{kfrt &
 nks cSyksa dh dFkk
 lkf[k;k¡
O;kdj.k &
 'kCn fuekZ.k
 milxZ] izR;;
 lekl
 jpuk & i=
 vuqPNsn ]vifBr x|ka’k rFkk
i|ka’k

„ƒ
vkRedFkkRed fuca/k ds ek/;e ls çsjd çlaxksa
dk o.kZu]Ik;kZoj.k ds izfr tkx`fr laosnuk ,oa
vkykspukRed fparu iSnk djukA

izLrkfor ikBksa ds chp ‚k"kkxr
vrjksa dk Li"Vhdj.k vkSj lewg
a
esa laoknA

„ƒ

xzke dh izkd`frd lq"kek vkSj le``n~f/k dk
o.kZu dj izd`fr ls f’k{kkfFkZ;ksa dks
tksMukA ,dkadh ds n~okjk ukjh tkx#drk
ykukA

v/kwjh iafDr;ksa dks dsanz esa
j[kdj dkO; ys[ku

…‡

l= ijh{kk&ƒ ¼„„-…‥-ƒƒ½
 lai.kZ ikB~;Øe ¼vizSy ls
w
flracj½

STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Academic Plan 2011-12

n~forh; bdkbZ ikB~;Øe ¼fganh½ d{kk&uoha
Ekkg

ikB~;Øe fooj.k

vDrwcj

f{kfrt & esjs cpiu ds fnu] es?k
vk,]panzxguk ls ykSVrh csj
O;kdj.k & fyax] opu dk fo'ks"k.k ij
izHkko
jpuk&i=]@vuqPNsn]fuca/k]
vifBr xn~;ka’k@ in~;ka’k
f{kfrt
,d dqRrk vkSj ,d eSuk
;ejkt dh fn’kk
d`frdk
jh

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