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Subject: English Syllabus: 2013-2014 CLASS = v .... Ch 10 : The Camel's Complaint (2 pds) E-room : PPT on Extramarks: based on ..... Value cards, CBSE: III - V.

2017 - 2018

CLASS : V

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Under the aegis of Seth Pokhar Mal Educational Society

Pitampura, Delhi - 110034

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Our Vision : Excellence in Education Our Mission : To strive for the strong foundation of young learners in the age group of 3+ to 17 years which will facilitate them to become active participants in life long learning and earning by integrating both national and international dimensions in the curriculum supported by the state-of-the-art infrastructure. Our Philosophy : “You are a Child of immortality. Your roots go deep to eternity, Your reach is unto infinity." “ A child is not a vessel to be filled but a lamp to be lighted."

Mission Statement (2017 - 2022) “The school will develop a well-knit system to contribute towards Digital India Programme by digitalizing 40% of its processes by 2018 and 60% by 2022 consequently reducing the paper usage and promoting environmental sustainability. The school will contribute toward the clean India mission by organizing frequent cleanliness drives, spreading awareness about hygiene through street plays and other mass awareness programmes."

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INDEX

Page No.

1.

Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...........

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2.

Examination schedule……………………………..………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....

3.

English………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..…………

4.

Mathematics………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............. 11-14

5.

Hindi….…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………......... 15-17

6.

Science…………..……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..............……...... 18-21

7.

Social Science……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............. 22-25

8.

German …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....... 26-27

9.

French……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....... 28-29

6 7-10

10. Spanish ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..... 30-31 11. Information & Communication Technology…………………………………………………………………………………………………..............…

32

12. Physical & Health Education…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….......................…

33

13. Life Skills………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...……

35

14. Visual and Performing Art ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….............…

36-42

15. Library Task ...........................................................................................................................................................

43

16. Intra Class Activities……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………......…

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17. Year Planner……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....…

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18. List of Holidays ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………......…

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R.D.P.S. RUKMINI DEVI PUBLIC SCHOOL Session: 2017-18 Class: V This booklet provides an overview of scholastic and co-scholastic areas to be held in the academic session of the respective class along with concerned syllabi, evaluation system and tentative schedule of the same. I. INTRODUCTION The holistic development of the child involves both the scholastic and the co-scholastic areas of pupil's growth. Thus, we try to inculcate the habits of regular study, discipline, sense of responsibility, co-operation, community service and civic consciousness in our children. In order to meet our target of preparing young Rukminians to face the future challenges with confidence, the school believes in preparing and evaluating the students qualitatively in scholastic and co-scholastic areas. Areas of Assessment 1) Scholastic Areas

2) Co-Scholastic Areas

3) Co-Scholastic Activities

1. (A) SCHOLASTIC AREAS (Academic subjects) :: This includes academic subjects and Internal assessment details of the respective subjects. The student will be assessed in the 6 academic subjects namely Language I, Language II, Language III, Mathematics, Science and Social Science. Regular classes are provided by the school in the above mentioned academic subjects. Students will be evaluated in all the subjects for their understanding comprehensively through Periodic Tests, Notebook submission, Subject enrichment activities, half yearly and yearly exam. Marks and grades both will be awarded for individual subjects as per the 8 point grading scale. Marks Range

91-100

81-90

71-80

61-70

51-60

41-50

33-40

32 & below

Grade

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

D

E (Needs Improvement)

1. (B) Periodic Assessment: Periodic assessment will be done by the respective subject teacher twice in the session in Term 1 and Term 2. Under periodic assessment, the students will be assessed through periodic Tests (30 marks); Notebook Submission (5 marks) and Subject Enrichment Activities (5 marks) for Language I, Language II, Language III, Science, Mathematics and Social Science. Under Subject Enrichment, activities related to speaking and listening skills will be taken up for languages, practical lab work for Science, Maths Lab practical for Mathematics, Map work & project work for Social Sciences. Details for the same are mentioned in the syllabus pages of respective subject.

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CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS (Non- academic subjects) For holistic development of the students co-curricular activities in Work Education, Art Education, Health and Physical Education will be carried out by r e s p e c t i v e teachers. The aspect of regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork be the generic criteria for grading in co-scholastic activities.

Co- Scholastic Areas/ Activities Work Education



Art Education

Health and Physical Education

Work Education: Work education will hone the computer literacy skills of the students. -

ICT comprises of curriculum related to Information and Communication Technology. Regular classes are provided by the school in this subject. It will be assessed on the basis of 3 point grade scale term-wise (A = Outstanding B = Very Good and C= Fair) under the guidance of respective subject teacher.

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Annual Project: Every student has to complete an annual IT project. The details are as follows: Guided by the mission statement and the ACT approach, an annual project is assigned to the students of classes V to VIII to equip them with the skills o a global lifelong learner. It is a research project in which student's work in groups to find answers of their research questions related to their chosen subject areas. In class VIII, the focus of the project work will be on collaboration with peers across the globe.

Annual Project work plan (2017-18) Phase

Particulars

Duration

Expected Learning Outcomes

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1.1) Orientation Session to brief guidelines and group details 1.2) Formulation of research questions on the chosen topic 1.3) Division of research question into four subquestions to reach conclusion

03.04.17 to 05.05.17

Student will be able, 1. To comprehend the guidelines and support material to frame the 'research question'. 2. To collaborate on shared online platform within group.

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2.1) Collection, analysis and organization of information, to reach conclusion in accordance to the research questions using Google docs for collaboration.

06.5.17 to 16.07.17

Student will be able, 1. To conclude and find answers to their research questions. 2. To prepare the final word document ready to be converted to digital flipbook.

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Preparing the digital flipbook using www.flipsnak.com

17.7.17 to 24.9.17

Student will be able, 1. To create the digital flipbook using the various features available on the flipbook creation platform (maximum 15 pages)

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Preparation of research work Presentation (PPT / props / play etc.)

25.9.17 to 14.1.18

Student will be able, 1. To prepare the story board of their chosen mode of presentation 2. To use apt pictures, props, dialogues etc as applicable to their chosen mode of presentation. 3. To enumerate their content in bullet form.

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Mock sessions

15.1.18 to 28.1.18

Student will be able, 1. To practice coordination between the partners in accordance to their final presentation -PPT / props / play etc.

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Final Evaluation

29.1.18 to 02.02.18

Student will be able, 1. To give final presentation in confirmation to the guidelines of the presentation rubric within the time duration of 6 minutes.

It will be assessed on 3 point grading scale term-wise (A = Outstanding B = Very Good and C= Fair). •

Art Education: A student has to choose any one of the following options: Vocal Music, Instrumental Music, Indian Dance, Bharatnatyam & Contemporary Dance, Electronics, Dramatics. Drawing & Painting will be a compulsory subject under Art education It will be assessed on the basis of 3 point grade scale term-wise (A = Outstanding B = Very Good and C= Fair) under the guidance of respective subject teacher.



Health and Physical Education: Health and Physical activity (Sports) is given regular class twice a week. Students are provided with an opportunity to get professionally trained in the area of interest focusing on Physical Fitness, Sportsmanship, Self Sacrifice and Health Care. It will be assessed on the basis of 3 point grade scale term-wise (A = Outstanding B = Very Good and C= Fair) under the guidance of respective subject teacher.

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Discipline: Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps build character. Sincerity, good behaviour and values develop strength and foster unity and co-operation. The students will be assessed for discipline based on the factors like attendance, sincerity, behavior, values, tidiness, Respectfulness for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and others. Grading on discipline will be done by the class teacher term-wise on a 3 point scale (A = Outstanding B = Very Good and C= Fair)

II. EVALUATION AND PROMOTION The students will be assessed via Periodic Assessment, half yearly and yearly exam spread over the complete academic session which is split in two terms.

Term/ Duration

Tool

Term-I (April –September)

Term–II (October-March)

Periodic Assessment

Half yearly exam

Periodic Assessment

Yearly Exam

Periodic Test–I (30) (Reduced to 10) Notebook Submission (5) + Subject Enrichment activities (5)

Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of half yearly exam dates by school

Periodic Test–II (30) (Reduced to 10) Notebook Submission (5) + Subject Enrichment activities (5)

Written exam for 80 marks with 30% syllabus of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd Term.

Details of Subject enrichment activities are mentioned in the syllabus pages of respective subjects.

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1. Scholastic Areas

Notebook Submission

- Work Education: ICT Annual Project

Half Yearly & Yearly Exam

Periodic Assessment

Periodic Test

2. Co-scholastic Areas

Subject Enrichment Activities

- Art Education - Health & Physical Education

Written exam of 80 marks

3. Discipline

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Attendance Sincerity Behavior Values Tidiness, Respectfulness for rules and regulations, - Attitude towards Society, Nation and others



Promotion to the next class will be as per the norms.



In case there happens to be a holiday on a particular Periodic Test date, the exam will be held on the next working day.



Each student should have 75% of attendance in the session to be eligible to appear in Periodic Test, Half yearly and Final Exam.



It is mandatory for each student to appear in all the Periodic test, Half yearly and Final Exam. If a student misses Periodic test, Half yearly and Final Exam for any reason, one chance of retest is permissible. Amount of Rs. 500/- per subject will be charged as retest fees. Retest date will be informed to the student / parents.



In case a student misses to appear in retest for any reason, absent will be marked and it will be considered as zero for final grading. No second chance will be given for retest.



The answer sheet of Periodic Test/ Half yearly after being checked by the teacher and also checked by the concerned student will be sent to the parents for their information and acknowledgement.

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Syllabus: 2017-2018

Examination Schedule

Class : V

Test Exam Subject

*Periodic Test I

**Half Yearly

*Periodic Test II

**Yearly Exam

English

10.07.17

15.09.17 onwards

11.12.17

28.02.18 onwards

Mathematics

17.07.17

Science

24.07.17

Social Science

31.07.17

22.01.18

Hindi

09.08.17

29.01.18

Third Language (German/French/Spanish)

14.08.17

*M.M.:30 ; Duration: 1hr

(Date sheet will be provided one month prior to the commencement of the examination)

***11.09.17

**M.M.: 80 ; Duration: 3 hr.

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18.12.17

(Date sheet will be provided one month prior to the commencement of the examination)

26.12.17

29.12.17

***19.02.18

***M.M :40 ; 1 hr 30 min

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Subject : English Prescribed Books : TEST/EXAM (M.M.)

Syllabus: 2017-2018 1. CB: Pearson's Active Teach Images Course Book (5) 3. GB: Pearson's Cornerstone Grammar and Composition Skills (5)

Class : V 2. WB: Pearson's Active Teach Workbook (5) 4. GK: Pick Your Brain (5)

PERIODIC ASSESSMENT / USE OF ICT

DETAILS OF CHAPTERS TO BE COVERED

PARENTS' INVOLVEMENT

Subject Enrichment Activity

Periodic Test -1 30 03.04.17 to 09.07.17 Working days: 32 Test date: 10.07.17

CB Ch-4 WB Ch-4

: The Brave Little Kite : The Brave Little Kite

(6pds) (1pds)

W.S GB

: Paragraph Writing

(4 pds)

Ch-2 Ch-3 Ch-4 Ch-5 Ch-6 Ch-7 PR: Ch-2 Ch-7 Revision

: : : : : :

The Sentence (2 Types of Sentences (3 Subject and Predicate(2 Kinds of Nouns (3 Nouns: Number (3 Nouns: Gender (3

Assessment of Speaking Skills: In order to develop speaking skills among students, a speaking activity will be conducted, based on the poem 'Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore', wherein students will write a self composed poem and recite the same in language lab.

pds) pds) pds) pds) pds) pds)

ICT: Extramarks presentation on the following topics: - The Sentence - Types of Sentences - Subject and Predicate - Nouns - Paragraph Writing • Listening and speaking activities in Language Lab. • Self -exploration of 'Grammar' and 'Writing skills' in learning lab. • E- Assessment of all Grammar topics.

: Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore (1 pd) : A Day in the Greens (1 pd) : (3 pds)

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• Discuss with your child any instances in your life where you overcame your fear.

R.D.P.S. CB : Ch-3 Ch-12 WB : Ch-3 Ch-12

Before Half yearly 10.07.17 to 14.09.17 Working days: 46

: : : :

Ranji's wonderful Bat Dear Mr Examiner Ranji's wonderful Bat Dear Mr Examiner

(7 (5 (1 (1

pds) pds) pd) pd)

Subject Enrichment Activity

WS : Story Writing (4 pds) GB : Ch-14 : Simple Tenses: Present, Past and Future (4 pds) Ch-15 : Present and Past Participles (4 pds) Ch-16 : Continuous Tense: Present and Past (4 pds) Ch-17 : Future Continuous Tense (3 pds) Ch-18 : Perfect Tenses: Present and Past Perfect (3 pds) Ch-19 : Simple Tense to Perfect Tense (3 pds) PR: Ch-1 : The Grey Cub (1 pd) GK : Language Arts - Indian Comics, Movie Classics, Languages of the World, Panchatantra, What's the Right word? (1 pd) Revision : (5 pds)

Assessment of Listening Skills: In order to ensure that the students acquire proficiency in listening skills, a listening activity will be conducted wherein Track No. (L.2.1) will be played from the book APC Perfect ASL and students will solve the given worksheet. ICT: Extramarks presentation on the following topics: - Tenses - Story Writing • Listening and speaking activities in Language Lab. • Self –exploration of 'Grammar' and 'Writing skills' in learning lab. • E- Assessment of all Grammar topics.

• Discuss with your child the experience of taking an exam and ask your child to share the same.

Half Yearly 80

Syllabus and assignments covered from 03.04.16 till 14.09.17 + G.K. Worksheets

15.09.17 Onwards

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Subject Enrichment Activity

Periodic Test -2 30 26.09.17 to 10.12.17 Working days: 48

CB : Ch-8 : To a Butterfly Ch-11 : Homesickness

(4 pds) (5 pds)

WB : Ch-8 : To a Butterfly Ch-11 : Homesickness

(1 pd) (1 pd)

WS

(4 pds) (4 pds)

: Informal Letter : Notice Writing

GB: Ch-8 Ch-9 Ch-11 Ch-12 Ch-22 Ch-25

Test Date: 11.12.17 G.K

Revision

: Kinds of Adjectives (4 : Comparison of Adjectives (3 : Pronouns (5 : Adjective or Pronoun? (3 : Kinds of Adverbs (5 : Conjunctions (5

Assessment of Listening Skills: In order to ensure that the students acquire proficiency in listening skills, a listening activity will be conducted wherein Track No. (L.5.3) will be played from the book APC Perfect ASL and students will solve the given worksheet. ICT: Extramarks presentation on the following topics: - Pronouns - Adjective or Pronoun? - Adjectives - Conjunctions - Kinds of Adverbs - Informal Letter - Notice Writing • Listening and speaking activities in Language Lab. • Self -exploration of 'Grammar' and 'Writing skills' in learning lab. • E- Assessment of all Grammar topics.

pds) pds) pds) pds) pds) pds)

: Topical Learning –Pg 55 (1 pd) : (3 pds)

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• Develop in your child a sensitive and caring attitude towards nature. • Ask your child about the moments when he/she yearns to be at home the most.

R.D.P.S. Subject Enrichment Activity Assessment of Speaking Skills: In order to develop speaking skills among students, a speaking activity will be conducted wherein the students will be divided in groups of four and discuss about the occupations that they find interesting. Also they would be asked to discuss about the advantages and disadvantages of the same.

CB : Ch-13 : Rajam and Mani (6 pds) Ch- 15 : The Story of Ali Cogia (7 pds)

Before Yearly Exam 11.12.17 to 27.02.18 Working days: 44

WB: Ch-13 : Rajam and Mani Ch-15 : The Story of Ali Cogia WS : Formal Letter : Diary Entry

(1 (1 (6 (4

pd) pd) pds) pds)

GB: Ch-23 : Comparison of Adverbs(4 pds) Ch-24 : Prepositions (5 pds) Ch-27 : Capital Letters and Punctuation (4 pds) PR: Ch 9 GK Revision

: On a Different Track : Topical Learning – Page no. 57 to 60 :

ICT: Extramarks presentation on the following topics: - Comparison of Adverbs - Prepositions - Capital Letters and Punctuation - Diary Entry - Formal Letter • Listening and speaking activities in Language Lab. • Self -exploration of 'Grammar' and 'Writing skills' in learning lab. • E- Assessment of all Grammar topics.

(1 pd) (1 pd) (4 pds)

• Discuss with your child what justice means for you and encourage him/her to read the newspaper and enlist some instances of justice in the real world. • Make your child aware about the defence services of our country and help him /her to collect information on one of the major war of the twentieth century and the kind of destruction it caused.

Yearly Exam 80 28.02.18 onwards

Syllabus and assignments covered from 26.09.17 till 27.02.18 + G.K. Worksheets + Writing Skills: Story Writing + Grammar : Ch14-Simple Tenses+ Ch16-Continuous Tenses + Ch17-Future Continuous Tense

Note: 1. Subject Enrichment Activity for 5 marks will be evaluated in Term I and Term II respectively. 2. Evaluation of Notebook submission for 5 marks will be done in Term I and Term II respectively on the basis of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep. Reference books: 1. High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin 2. BBC Compacta-5 * WS: Writing Skills * PR: Pleasure Reading

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Subject : Mathematics Prescribed Books : TEST/EXAM (M.M.)

Syllabus: 2017-2018

1. Pearson's Active Teach Universal Mathematics 5 2. Pick your Brain V

DETAILS OF CHAPTERS TO BE COVERED

03.04.17 to 16.07.17 Working days: 37 Test Date: 17.07.17

3. RDPS Maths Lab Manual 5 4. RDPS Student's Handbook Class V

PERIODIC ASSESSMENT / USE OF ICT

Subject Enrichment Activities:

Periodic Test– 1 30

Class : V

Ch 1 Ch 2 Ch 3 Ch 4

: : : :

Large Numbers ( 12 pds) Addition And Subtraction (6 pds) Multiplication ( 9 pds) Division ( 7 pds)

Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision (3 pds)

Maths Lab Manual: Activity 1: To make 3 x 3 magic square. Activity 2: To find lines of symmetry by paper folding. ICT: Active Teach by Pearson on Large Numbers, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.

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PARENTS' INVOLVEMENT

• Discuss with your ward the concept of large numbers with the help of real life examples published in newspaper articles. Some of these articles can be based on birth rate, death tolls, total runs scored by cricketers etc. Help him/ her to apply operations on large numbers and read the numbers in Indian and International system. • Give your ward different situations in which the value of 1 quantity is given and they will calculate the value of many quantities asked in question.

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Subject Enrichment Activities: Ch 5

Before Half yearly

17.07.17 to 14.09.17 Working days: 41

Ch 6 Ch 7 G.K.

: More about operations on numbers ( 9 pds) : Multiples and Factors ( 13 pds) : Fractions ( 13 pds) : Sports – Unusual sports, Sporting terms, Pro Kabaddi League, Popular Board Games, Famous Sports Persons, Topical Learning – Page 52 (1 pd)

Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision (5 pds)

Maths Lab Manual: Activity 3: To make closed geometrical shapes using matchsticks. Activity 4: To represent fractions of circular region. Activity 5: To represent fractions using rectangular strips. ICT: 1. Active Teach by Pearson on More about operations on numbers. 2. Extramarks and Educosoft on unitary method and Multiples and Factors.

• Give your ward different situations in which the values of many quantities are given and they will calculate the value of 1 quantity asked in question. • Help him/her to find out the weight /heights of family members. Make him /her find out factors and multiples of weight/height. • Enhance the concept of types of fractions with the help of cutting of fruits and vegetables representing part of a whole. Help him/her to show addition and subtraction of like and unlike fractions.

Half yearly 80

Syllabus and assignments covered from 03.04.17 till 14.09.17 + G.K. Worksheets

15.09.17 Onwards

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Subject Enrichment Activities:

Periodic Test -2 30

26.09.17 to 17.12.17 Working days: 53

Ch 8 Ch 9 Ch 10 Ch 13

: Decimals and Percentages ( 16 pds) : Shapes and Figures ( 12 pds) : Measurement and Temperature (15 pds) : Money (6 pds)

Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision ( 4 pds) Test Date: 18.12.17

Maths Lab Manual: Activity 6: To find the product of two decimal numbers using squared paper. Activity 8: To identify different types of angles using matchsticks. Activity 9: To identify different types of angles using matchsticks. ICT: 1. Active Teach by Pearson on Decimals and Percentages, Measurement and Temperature and Money. 2. Extramarks on money, bills, profit and loss and unitary method.

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• Take a solid shape and demonstrate by opening the solid figure (cube, cuboid, cone and cylinder) and explain the nets of solid figure. Help your ward in identifying faces, vertices and edges in them. • Show your ward original bill involving transactions and help him/ her verify the final result obtained. • Take your child to fruit vendor in order to purchase items and help him/ her apply operations on money transactions.

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Subject Enrichment Activities:

Ch 11 Before Yearly Exam 18.12.17 to 27.02.18 Working days: 39

Ch 12 Ch 14 G.K.

: Perimeter, Area and Volume (14 pds) : Time (12 pds) : Data Handling (8 pds)

: Hobbies- Numismatics, Oshibhori Origami, Autographs, Philately, Photography, Topical learningPage 56 (1 pd) Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision (4 pds)

Maths Lab Manual: Activity 10: To calculate the perimeter of different shapes. Activity 12: To make rectangles of different dimensions and calculate their area and perimeter. Activity 7: To understand different types of angles made by hands of the clock. Activity 11: To draw frequency distribution table and a bar graph using the given data. ICT: 1. Active Teach by Pearson on Perimeter, area and volume. 2. Extramarks on Perimeter, area and volume, Celsius and Fahrenheit scale and Data Handling.

• Take your ward to a nearby park and tell him/her to take five rounds of the park and calculate the total distance covered by him/her. Also find the area of any rectangular flower bed seen in the park. • Ask your ward to write down daily time table and 5 different activities that can be done in hours, minutes and seconds respectively. • Ask your ward to do the survey of different soft drinks liked by people in your locality .Then tell him/her to prepare a bar graph for the collected data/information.

Yearly Exam 80

Syllabus and assignments covered from 26.09.17 till 27.02.18 + G.K. Worksheets + Ch 1: Large Numbers + Ch 2: Addition and subtraction covered in Term I

28.02.18 onwards Note: 1. Subject Enrichment Activity for 5 marks will be evaluated in Term I and Term II respectively. 2. Evaluation of Notebook submission for 5 marks will be done in Term I and Term II respectively on the basis of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep.

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Periodic Test-1 30 03.04.17 to 08.08.17 Working days: 53 Test Date: 09.08.17

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Half Yearly 80 15.09.17 onwards

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Before Yearly Exam 30 29.01.18 to 27.02.18 Working days: 25

Yearly Exam 80 28.02.18 onwards

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Subject : Science Prescribed Books : TEST/EXAM (M.M.)

Syllabus: 2017-2018 1. Science –Active Teach Universal Science Class 5

30 03.04.17 to 23.07.17 Working days: 42 Test Date: 24.07.17

Ch-1 Ch-5 Ch-8 Ch-6

: : : :

Revision :

More about Plants Good Health Earth, Sun and Moon Safety and First Aid

(9 Pds) (9 Pds) (10 pds) (10 pds) (4 Pds)

2. Pick your Brain (5)

PERIODIC ASSESSMENT / USE OF ICT

DETAILS OF CHAPTERS TO BE COVERED

Periodic Test– 1

Class : V

PARENTS' INVOLVEMENT

• Discuss with your ward various health and sanitation practices followed by Subject Enrichment Activities: you during childhood. 1. Perform the activity to study germination of seed • Show sprouted pulses under different conditions. Record your to your ward for better observations and result in the activity file. understanding of 2. Solve the nutrients puzzle with the help of the Germination. clues provided. • Encourage your child 3. Observe phases of moon for four weeks and to sow seeds / grow prepare phases of moon chart depicting saplings in parks/ appearance of moon each night. flower pots / gardens 4. Role play on First Aid .After observing the role play, around you. write down the correct ways of giving First Aid • Help your ward in observing phases of when a person (a) is profusely bleeding (b)has moon and discuss fainted (c) has got a fracture (d) had a snake bite what is the best time Note: Role play will be performed by student to observe moon. groups formed on random selection. • Watch movie “Martian” with your ward and ICT discuss the challenges Ch 1: Stages of germination faced by astronauts Ch 5: Health and Sanitation during space journey. Ch 8:Solar and Lunar Eclipse. • Discuss with your Ch 6: Basic first Aid Training ward various safety parameters that you follow as a pedestrian / scooter driver / car driver.

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Ch-10 Before Half Yearly Ch-14 24.07.17

Ch-9

: Science & The Universe Hubble Space Telescope, Space 14.09.17 Endeavours, Sirius, The Dog Working Days: 36 Star, Space Code, ISRO, Human in Space, (1 pd) Revision : (5 pds) to

G.K:

: Changes in Our Environment (8 pds) : More about Force, Energy and Simple Machines (13 pds) : Natural Disasters (9 pds)

Subject Enrichment Activities: 1. Compose a poem that inspire to conserve environment. 2. Roll a small triangular piece of paper on a pencil to make a screw from an inclined plane. Paste it in your Activity notebook. Write down how an inclined plane helps to do our work easier. 3. Draw and describe the three types of levers with respect to the positions of Effort, Fulcrum and load. Paste the pictures of different types of levers. 4. Interview different people and find out what are their beliefs on 'how disasters occur'. Discuss their myths and prepare report for same. Also discuss how these misconceptions can be removed. ICT: Ch-10: Human Impact on the Environment Ch-14: How simple machines work Ch-9: Volcanic Eruptions and Earthquakes

• Assist your ward in understanding the harmful effects of burning fossil fuels and help them to adopt ways and strategies to reduce them. • Discuss with your ward what human activities are causing pollution. What can we do to conserve nature? • Show a pair of scissors, nutcracker and broom to your child. Help them identify load, effort and fulcrum in these levers. • Discuss various casualties and after effects of Earthquake with your child.

Half Yearly 80

Syllabus and assignments covered from 03.04.17 till 14.09.17 + G.K. Worksheets

15.09.17 Onwards

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Periodic Test -2 30 26.09.17 to 25.12.17 Working days: 58 Test Date: 26.12.17

Ch-13 Ch-7 Ch-12 Ch 2

: : : :

States of Matter (10 pds) Air and Water (15 pds) Soil (8 pds) Animals in Their Surroundings (12pds) Ch 11 : Rocks and Minerals (9 pds) Revision : (4 Pds)

Subject Enrichment Activity: 1. Observe different food items being prepared in kitchen. List any 10 food items and state whether their preparation involves a physical or chemical change. 2. Perform an experiment to show that “Air is needed for burning”. Write down the steps followed and your observation in the activity notebook. 3. Make a soil profile and write down the properties of each layer of soil briefly. 4. Prepare and perform skit on 'Migration of Birds' in class. 5. Identify striking features of different rocks which make them unique and different from others and record your observations in the activity notebook. ICT: Ch-13: 3 States of Matter Ch-7: Layers of Atmosphere, Properties of water Ch-12: Formation of Soil,Soil Profile Ch-2: Routes to Migration Ch-11: Formation of Rocks

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• Help your child in observing transformations of water in ice, water and water vapor by heating and cooling. Discuss how this help in maintaining water cycle in nature. • Discuss the importance of water with your child by highlighting various processes in which we use water, such as c o o k i n g fo o d , wa s h i n g utensils, etc. Please develop the sensitivity and awareness to save water. • Discuss the importance soil with your ward and discuss how human activities are responsible for soil erosion. Also discuss how can we conserve soil. • Ask your child to feed birds and animals that are found around and help them in developing love and care for animals. Also encourage them to avoid products made from animals skin and body part. • Show articles made of precious metals to your ward such as gold and silver. Also show copper wire, steel utensils, aluminium foil and brass pieces to your ward to help him/her to identify them and understand uses of each of these metals.

R.D.P.S. Ch-3 Before Yearly Exam 26.12.17 to 27.02.18 Working days: 35

: The Skeletal and Muscular System (13 pds) Ch-4 : The Nervous System (13 pds) G.K : Science& The Universe : Strange animal Facts, Coral Reefs, Masters of Disguise ,Who's who?, Environment, Magnetic Force,– Topical Learning- Page 53 (1 pd) Revision : (8 Pds)

Subject Enrichment Activity: 1. Label various joints in human body in the provided worksheet and paste it in your Activity notebook. 2. Record 2-3 precautions to be taken to protect the sense organs. ICT: Ch 3 :Various bones in Human body Ch-4 Structure and Functions of Brain.

Yearly Exam 80

Syllabus and assignments covered from 26.09.17 till 27.02.18 + G.K. Worksheets+ (Ch 10: Changes in Our Environment) covered in Term I

28.02.18 onwards

Note: 1. Subject Enrichment Activity for 5 marks will be evaluated in Term I and Term II respectively. 2. Evaluation of Notebook submission for 5 marks will be done in Term I and Term II respectively on the basis of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep. Reference books: 1. I Explore- A Science Textbook-5 (Cambridge Publications) 2. Science power 5 –Srijan publications

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Subject : Social Science Prescribed Books : TEST/EXAM (M.M.)

Syllabus: 2017-2018

1.Pearson Active Teach-Vistas 5

2. Pick Your Brain (Class 5 G. K) PERIODIC ASSESSMENT / USE OF ICT

DETAILS OF CHAPTERS TO BE COVERED

Subject Enrichment Activities•

On a political map of world, locate continents, oceans and latitudes. (Ch2) On a physical map of the India, locate and label the major landforms. (Map work based on ch-4) Project Work (ch-10) Discussion on invention of paper and the printing press (Ch 13 : Transmitting Knowledge)

Periodic Test– 1 30 03.04.17 to 30.07.17 Working days: 47 Test Date: 31.07.17

Ch-1 : Globes and Maps (8 pds) Ch-2 : Latitude and Longitude (9 pds) Ch-3 : Weather and Climate (8 pds) Ch-4 : Major Landforms (9 pds) Ch-5 : Natural Resources (5 pds) Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision (8 pds)

Class : V



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ICT: Extra marks.com Pearson active teach vistas

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PARENTS' INVOLVEMENT • Parents may assist their ward in identifying different types of maps, continents and oceans using an atlas. • Parents may help their ward in locating different latitudes on a world political map. • Parents may discuss the daily weather forecast given in the newspaper and help their ward in understanding the day to day changes. • Parents may assist their ward in identifying and locating countries falling in different climatic belts using an atlas. • Parents may encourage their ward to go through the Atlas and help them to locate and label major land forms of the Earth. • Parents may assist their ward in identifying various alternative resources of energy such as solar energy and motivate them to follow 3R's in their day to day life.

R.D.P.S.

Ch-6

Before Half Yearly

31.07.17 to 14.09.17 Working Days: 36

: The Land of Dense Forest Democratic Republic of Congo (6 pds) Ch-8 : The Land of the Hot Sun- Saudi Arabia (6 pds) Ch-11 : Saving the Environment (6pds) Ch-12 : Natural Disasters (5 pds) Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision (10 pds) GK : Tribes of India, The Emblem, The Armed Forces, Memorials in India, Indian Honours, Important Dates of India, Educational Express, Ancient Indian Universities, Topical Learning- Page 49 & 50 (3pds)

• Parents may motivate their ward to compare the life of people living in Democratic Republic of Congo and Saudi Subject Enrichment ActivitiesArabia. • Parents may discuss • Make a PowerPoint presentation on the with their wards topic – “The Land of Ice and Snowabout the Greenland” depicting the lifestyle of people, importance of vegetation, wildlife, climate, etc. (Refer Vanmahotsav Chapter- 7) festival increasing • On political map of the world, locate and awareness label – Democratic Republic of Congo, regarding Greenland, Saudi Arabia and Prairies. afforestation and (Map work) environmental • Discussion on Grasslands (Ch 9 : The protection. Grasslands – Prairies) • Parents may ICT: motivate their ward Extra marks.com to plant a sapling Pearson active teach vistas near by their home. • Parents may discuss the safety measures one should take in case of any natural disaster.

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R.D.P.S. Half Yearly 80

Syllabus and assignments covered from 03.04.17 till 14.09.17 + G.K. Worksheets

15.09.17 Onwards

Periodic Test -2 30 26.09.17 to 21.01.18 Working days: 67 Test Date: 22.01.18

Ch 18 Ch 20 Ch 21 Ch 22 Ch 23 Ch 24

: Great World Leaders (9 pds) : British Rule and the Revolt of 1857 (9 pds) : Towards Freedom (9 pds) : India Wins Freedom (9 pds) : Government (8 pds) : United Nations (9 pds)

Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision (14 pds)

Subject Enrichment Activities• Make a PowerPoint Presentation of Some Great Indians emphasizing their contribution towards society. (Ch- 19) • Paste 5 Newspaper clippings / articles from the newspaper showing the various functions of the government. (Ch-23) • Discussion on contribution to the field of medicine and healthy lifestyle (Ch 17 : Medicine) ICT: Extra marks.com Pearson active teach vistas

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• Grandparents may discuss about their childhood days and, if possible, about some of the local leaders or any interesting incident during the freedom struggle. • Parents may discuss the role of Mahatma Gandhi in freedom struggle. Also encourage children to imbibe the values like honesty, self discipline, non-violence, etc. from the life of Mahatma Gandhi. • Parents may assist their ward in revising the chapters covered. • Parents may discuss with their ward about the various rights, roles and responsibilities of a citizen in a democratic government. • Parents may discuss with their ward the role and functions performed by the government.

R.D.P.S.

Before Yearly Exam 22.01.18 to 27.02.18 Working days: 30

Ch 14 : Communication (8 pds) Ch 15 : Transport (8 pds) Subject Enrichment Activities + Revision (11 pds) G.K : Unique Musical Instruments , Ancient wonders, Rivers and Deserts, UNESCO World Heritage Sites , Phenomenal World, Countries and Capitals, Angry Earth, Mysteries of the World, The 7 Continents (3 pd)

Subject Enrichment Activities• On a political map of India, locate the International airports in India such as Indira Gandhi International airport, Vallabhbhai Patel International airport, Anna airport etc. (Ch-15) • Brainstorming session on alternative sources of energy (Ch 16 : Inventions and Discoveries) ICT: Extra marks.com Pearson active teach vistas

• Parents may guide their ward to explore internet and assist in creating and sending emails. • Parents may assist their ward in exploring more about different canal and tunnels across the world.

Yearly Exam 80

Syllabus and assignments covered from 26.09.17 till 27.02.18 + G.K. Worksheets + Ch-4 (Major Landforms) covered in term 1

28.02.18 onwards Note: 1. Subject Enrichment Activity for 5 marks will be evaluated in Term I and Term II respectively. 2. Evaluation of Notebook submission for 5 marks will be done in Term I and Term II respectively on the basis of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep. Reference books: 1. Everything you Need to Know about Geography- Zeman Kelly 2. Major disasters of the World- Herbert Genzmer, Christfan Sybile Kersher

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : German Prescribed Books : TEST/EXAM (M.M.)

Syllabus: 2017-2018

Class : V

Prescribed Books: Hallo Deutsch 2 Lehrbuch+ Arbeitsbuch

PERIODIC ASSESSMENT / USE OF ICT

DETAILS OF CHAPTERS TO BE COVERED

Periodic Test– 1 30

Kapital – I Deutsch- meine neue Sprache • Begrüβung • Alphabet • Zahlen • Obst 03.04.17 • Gemüse to Arbeitsbuch: Kapital – I 13.08.17 Kapital – II Meine Deutschklasse und ich Test Date: 14.08.17 • Schulsachen Arbeitsbuch: Kapital – II

Subject Enrichment Activity: Quiz on Zahlen (1-20) ICT: PPT on Greetings, Video on Alphabet & Zahlen

Before Half Yearly 14.08.17 to 10.09.17

Kapital – II Meine Deutschklasse und ich • Hobbys • Zahlen Kapital – II Meine Deutschklasse und ich • Bestimmt Artikel Nicht/kein Arbeitsbuch: Kapital – II

Subject Enrichment Activity: Activity on Tambola ICT: PPT on Obst & Gemüse

Half Yearly 40

Syllabus and assignments covered from 03.04.17 till 10.09.17

11.09.17

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Periodic Test -2 30 11.09.17 to 28.12.17 Test Date: 29.12.17

Before Yearly Exam 29.12.17 to 18.02.18

Kapital – III Meine Freunde und ich • Körperteile • Farben • Adjektiven • Länder und Sprachen Kapital– IV • Meine Familie • Tiere • Verben und Hobbys • Berufe Arbeitsbuch

Subject Enrichment Activity: Activity on Schulsachen ICT: PPT on Schulsachen

Kapital – IV Meine Familie und ich • Verben und Hobbys Berufe Arbeitsbuch

Subject Enrichment Activity: Quiz on Farben ICT: Video on Zahlen

Yearly Exam 40

Syllabus and assignments covered from 11.09.17 till 18.02.18 + Zahlen + Schulsachen covered in 1st term.

19.02.18 Note: 1. Subject Enrichment Activity for 5 marks will be evaluated in Term I and Term II respectively. 2. Evaluation of Notebook submission for 5 marks will be done in Term I and Term II respectively on the basis of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep. Reference books: Deutsch Interessant 2,3: Wir Plus

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : French Prescribed Books : TEST/EXAM (M.M.)

Syllabus: 2017-2018

Class : V

Apprenons Les Francais 0

PERIODIC ASSESSMENT / USE OF ICT

DETAILS OF CHAPTERS TO BE COVERED

Periodic Test– 1 30 03.04.17 to 13.08.17

LECON 0 –: Bienvenue en France Leçon 1 –: Didou apprend le français Leçon 1 –: Didou sait compter

Subject Enrichment Activity: Reading comprehension ICT: PPT on Greetings (Les Salutations) • Video on Salutation

Test Date: 14.08.17

Before Half yearly 14.08.17 to 10.09.17

Leçon 3 –: Didou à l'école Leçon 4 –: Vous êtes français? Leçon 5 –: Didou a un crayon et une règle

Subject Enrichment Activity: Creative writing ICT: PPt on PPT: Les Nationalités(Nationalities) être verbe 1. Video : Les Adjectifs (Adjectives) & counting , Language Lab for prononciation drill

Half Yearly 40

Syllabus and assignments covered from 03.04.17 till 10.09.17

11.09.17

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R.D.P.S. Periodic Test -2 30 11.09.17 to 28.12.17

Leçon 6 –: La famille d'Eric Leçon 7 – : Vous aimez les fruits et les légumes ?

Test Date: 29.12.17 Before Yearly Exam 29.12.17 to 18.02.18

Leçon 8 – : Didou aime les couleurs Leçon 9- Aujourd'hui c'est dimanche Leçon 10 – : L'anniversaire d'Eric

Subject Enrichment Activity: Dialogue Writing ICT: : PPT on Les articles définis (Definite articles), ER ending verbe, Vedio on La Famille, les fruits et légumes, les couleurs

Subject Enrichment Activity: Creative writing ICT: PPt on les jours de la semaine & les mois de l'année , Language Lab for Pronunciation drill

Yearly Exam 40 19.02.18

Syllabus and assignments covered from 26.09.17 till 18.02.18 + LECON 0 + Leçon 1+ Leçon 1 covered in Term 1

Note: 1. Subject Enrichment Activity for 5 marks will be evaluated in Term I and Term II respectively. 2. Evaluation of Notebook submission for 5 marks will be done in Term I and Term II respectively on the basis of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep. Reference books:

Flambeau 0, petit pas 0

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Spanish Prescribed Books : TEST/EXAM (M.M.) Periodic Test– 1 30 03.04.17 to 13.08.17 Test Date: 14.08.17

Syllabus: 2017-2018 iOLE!

PERIODIC ASSESSMENT / USE OF ICT

DETAILS OF CHAPTERS TO BE COVERED

Paises Hispano Hablantes What do you know about Spain Culture and Civilization L-0 i Hola! L-1 Los Saludos L-2 El abecedario y los Numeros L-3 Las Nacionalidades Los Transportes L-4 La clase

Subject Enrichment Activity : Presentation on introduction in Spanish ICT : PPT on Alfabetos, Saludos, Los transportes Language Lab Pronunciation Drill on numbers

Before Half Yearly 14.08.17 to 10.09.17

Class : V

Subject Enrichment Activity : Reading Comprehension

Los Profesiones Los Animales Revision

ICT : PPT on Los Animales Language Lab for speaking Drill

Half Yearly 40

Syllabus and assignments covered from 03.04.17 till 10.09.17

11.09.17

30

R.D.P.S. Periodic Test -2 30 11.09.17 to 28.12.17

La ciudad de las instalaciones publicos L-5 Los colores L-6 ¿Cómo estas? Los Sentimientos Los Emociones L-7 Los Verbos

Subject Enrichment Activity : Quiz on culture and civilization Performance in C.A , H.A ICT : PPT on Los Colores, Los Verbos, La familia in Spanish Language Lab- La Introduccion

Test Date: 29.12.17 Before Yearly Exam 29.12.17 to 18.02.18

L-8 La Familia L-9 El Calendario Los Formas Los Ropas Revision

Subject Enrichment Activity : Introduccion de la Familia ICT : PPT on various topics Language lab for Pronunciation Drill

Yearly Exam 40

Syllabus and assignments covered from 26.09.17 till 18.02.18 + L-0 i Hola!+ L-1 Los Saludos covered in 1st term

19.02.18

Note: 1. Subject Enrichment Activity for 5 marks will be evaluated in Term I and Term II respectively. 2. Evaluation of Notebook submission for 5 marks will be done in Term I and Term II respectively on the basis of regularity, punctuality, neatness and notebook upkeep. Reference books: Uno, Dos, Tres….

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Information and Communication Technology

Syllabus: 2017-2018

MONTH

PARTICULARS

April'17 & May'17



Advanced features of Presentation Software

July'17



Introduction to Algorithms and Procedures

August'17



Learn advanced programming

September' 17

Half Yearly Exam

October'17



Types of Software

November' 17



Understand network fundamentals

December' 17



Create a formatted document using Word Processor

January' 18



Advanced features of Word Processor

February' 18



Access websites on Internet

March '18

Class : V

Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Physical and Health Education Syllabus: 2017-2018 MONTH April ’17 & May’17

• •

Historical Development of the game. Measurement of the field / court.

July'17 & August' 17

• •

Latest General Rules of the game. Fundamental skills of the game.

September' 17

Half Yearly Exam

October'17 & November'17

• •

Specific warming up exercises related to the game opted. Match practice for utilization of skills.

December ’17 & January’18

• •

Intra class/ inter class competitions Specific training for developing skills & techniques

February'18



March'18

Class : V PARTICULARS

Match practice session Yearly Exam

* Available options are Athletics/ Badminton/ Basket Ball/ Handball/ Kho-Kho/ Table Tennis/ Volleyball NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Life Skills

Syllabus: 2017-2018

Class : V

Reference Book : 1. Together with Life – A Celebration (Value n' Life Skills) Rachna Sagar Pvt. Ltd. –V 2. Value cards, CBSE: III - V MONTH

PARTICULARS

April'17

Ch – 1 Revering God In your deeds : Story Narration (Interactive session)

May'17

Ch- 1 Revering god b. In your decisions – Story Narration (Interactive session)

July'17

Ch – 2 Character Building a. Self Esteem – Story Narration b. Value card # 10 Choose your Role Model c. Time Management (Story Narration) (Interactive session)

July'17

ACTIVITIES • •

Discussion on 'God is with one who does good to other' Collect religious symbols of different religions and write their significance on a pastel sheet.



Enact a play/ skit giving moral “Wisdom helps better than luck to draw best out of simplest”



Clay modeling: Make a beautiful vase or holder with clay and decorate the same with waste material. Share & discuss an anecdote from the life of any famous leader like Martin Luther king, Mahatma Gandhi or any other. Narrate a story illustrating 'Proper Time Management helps to achieve goals'.

• •

Ch- 3 Regular Habits a. Health Drive – story narration • (Interactive session) • Dignity of Labour – Story Narration (Interactive session)

September'17

October'17

Prepare a poster on 'Benefits of Healthy Eating'. Write a self composed Quote/ Poem on 'Perseverance is the key to success'

Half Yearly Exam Ch – 4 Our Environment a. Nurture the nature – Poem Recitation (Interactive session) b. Value card # 11 caring Community Hygiene – Story Narration (Interactive session)

• • •

Prepare a collage on “Green Delhi, Clean Delhi” Discussion on the effect of burning crackers on Elderly, Sick people, Babies and our environment. Write a catchy slogan on A4 Pastel sheet appealing people to 'Save Nature, save mankind'

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November'17

Ch – 5 Human Values a. Caring and sharing – story narration (Interactive session) Value card #8 Being Compassionate.

December'17

Ch – 5 Human Values a. Respecting all : Story Narration (Interactive session) b. Value card # 8 Being Compassionate. Ch- 6 Our heritage Our grand historical heritage: Story narration

January'18 and February'18

Ch – 6 Our Heritage a. Knowing our culture : Story Narration (Interactive session) Ch – 7 Consumer Health and Safety

March'18

• • •

Prepare thanks giving card for someone who helped you when you needed him/her the most. Write a self composed poem on the topic 'Love for all'. Find out about Mother Teresa and make a Poster on her.

• • •

Write a poem on “Co- operation” Role play to bring out various situations like kindness & generosity. Discussion on “India before and after independence”.



Recall any story, prepare puppets of its character and narrate a story with prepared puppets. Discussion on Rights provided to consumers by Law and write a jingle on 'Jago Grahak Jago'



Yearly Exam

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Drawing & Painting MONTH April' 17 & May' 17

July ' 17 & August' 17

Syllabus: 2017-2018 Theory





Basic Element Of Art

Introduction To Texture Painting Its Methods and technique.

September'17

October'17 & November'17



OBJECT DRAWING: with shading pencils.

• •

TEXTURE PAINTING: (International dimension). Materials required: Water colour cakes, Painting brushes, Colour palette, water Container, Duster. MOSAIC PAINTING (International Dimension) Material Required: A4 size pastel sheets, different colour (1 packet), Fevicol/Non stitch, Fabric Glue, Bold Marker Pen (Permanent / Water Based), Scissors, etc.

• •

Half Yearly Exam

• •

December'17 & January'18



February'18



March'18

Class : V Practical

Concept of Perspective in A Composition. Study of Human Proportion.

Colour Theory : Characteristics Of Colour Revision

• •

Study of different human body parts. Paper Tray: Material required : News paper, Fevicol on Fabric Glue etc.

• •

FIGURATIVE COMPOSITION : with water colour cakes on a given topic POSTER DESIGN : Poster Design on a given theme.



Revision

Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Bharatnatyam

Syllabus: 2017-2018

Class : V

& Contemporary Dance MONTH

Theory

Practical

April’17 & May’17



Introduction of Bharatanatyam



July’17 & August’17



Present, past, future of Bharatanatyam dance

• Mudra Pradice, Warm Up, Foot work

September’17

October’17 & November’17

Tatta adavus and related exercise

Half Yearly Exam



Hastha mudras,costume and adavus



December’17 & January’18



Fundamental idea of contemporary dance and description



Basic body movement,posture, gesture

February'18



Revision



Revision

March’18

Practice for annual Day.

Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Instrumental Music MONTH

Syllabus: 2017-2018 Theory

Class : V Practical

April'17 & May'17



Notation of Prayer ( O Great God)



Practice of Prayer (O Great God) along with Rhythm.

July '17 & August'17

• •

Classification of Instruments Raag- Bilawal



Practice of Raag Bilawal with Teen taal & Dadra Taal

September ' 17

Half Yearly Exam

October'17 & November'17

• •

Notation of School Song. Introduction of Alaap of Raag Bilawal.

• •

Annual Day Orchestra Practice of School Prayer

December'17 & January'18

• •

Introduction of Taan in Raag Desh. Notation of Prayer.

• •

Practice of Taan in Raag- Desh with TeenTaal. Practice of Prayer along with Rhythm.

February'18



Revision



Revision

March'18

Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Vocal Music MONTH

Syllabus: 2017-2018 Theory

Class : V Practical

April'17 & May'17

• • •

Basic Concept of "SWAR" (note). Different Forms of Music. Different Types of Vocal Music.

• •

Practice of "SWAR". Patriotic Song.

July'17 & August'17



Concept of "ALANKAR".



Practice of Patriotic Song.

September'17

Half Yearly Exam

October'17 & November'17



Devotional Music

December'17 & January'18



Devotional Music

February'18

• • •

Scholl Prayers National Song National Anthem

March'18

• •

Annual Day Song. Practice of English Song (It's A Small World).



Practice of Christmas Carol.

• • •

Practice of School Prayers Practice of National Song Practice of National Anthem

Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Dramatics

Syllabus: 2017-2018 Theory

MONTH

Practical

April'17 & May'17



What is theatre? Why is theater relevant to life today?

July'17 & August'17



To remove Hesitation, Inhibition, stage, fobia

September'17 October'17 & November'17



Practice to follow the components of theatre, space, time, audience, performance.



Work on speech, diction, body language.

Half Yearly Exam



Observation of character & situation.

December'17 & January'18



Script writing for one act-plays

February'18



Work on personality development

March'18

Class : V



Performance of personal observation & situation based act.



Script presentation



Personality development test through proper action & reaction on giving situation.

Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Indian Dance MONTH

Syllabus: 2017-2018 Theory

Class : V Practical

April’17 & May’17



Introduction of Indian Classical Dance and Folk Dance. (Ghumar)

• •

Basic Steps of Kathak Dance. Basic Hand Moments of folk dance (Ghumar)

July’17 & August’17



Introduction of Guru Vandana In Dance

• • •

Practice of Guru Vandana. Use of Hastra Mudra. Expression of Feeling/ Sentiments

September’17

Half Yearly Exam

October’17 & November’17



Introduction of Taal and Laya

• •

Practice of Teen Taal Tatkaar (Ek Gun, Dugun and Chaugun)

December’17 & January’18



Definition of Theme Dance



Practice of (Theme) Dance on Nature

February’18



Basic Knowledge of Kathak.



Practice of Vandana and Theme Dance. Revision.

March’18

Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Electronics

Syllabus: 2017-2018

April'17 & May'17



July'17 & September’17

• •

October'17 & November' 17



• •

Introduction to Atomic Structure Introduction to Electricity

Introduction to Electronics Difference between Electrical and electronic components Assignment 1

Explanation of Electricity Batteries AC and DC Concept Assignment 2

December'17 & January'18

• •

Wiring Concept Introduction to Conductor and Insulators Assignment 3

February'18



Revision

March'18

Practical/ Projects

Theory

MONTH

Class : V Requirements (Students to bring the material)



Introduction to tools and techniques



Explanation of Electrical and electronic components • A combination circuit using a bulb, battery and a Switch





Electronic tools

Electrical and Electronic Components Bulb, Battery, Switch



Can, 9V Motor, Eraser, Sketch pens, Switch,Tape,9V Battery, Connecting Wires

Extension Board



5 Amp Switches, 3 pin Socket, 1.5mm2 wires(RGB), Modular Sheets, Fuse

Revision



None



Painter Robot





Yearly Exam

NOTE: Students will be assessed by subject faculty as per grades prescribed by CBSE.

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R.D.P.S.

Subject : Library Task

Syllabus: 2017-2018

Class : V

“All that mankind has done, thought, gained or acquired, it is lying as in the magic preservation in the pages of books”. It is thus imperative to develop reading ability and interest for reading amongst the students through extensive exploration of the library resources. Suggested readings will help in broadening the horizons of our students pertaining to general & contextual knowledge. It will also inculcate required moral values and life skills in the impressionable minds of young enthusiastic learners and Libopedia booklet will enhance awareness of students in different areas of knowledge. It will complement the formal curriculum and the interest of the children in variety of areas. The details of the same are as follows:

Libopedia Booklet • •



• • • • • •

Suggested Books for Reading

Booklet 1 will carry a set of 200 multiple choice questions and Booklet-2 will have 100 MCQ's from different areas. The booklet will be given as per following schedule- Booklet 1 : Summer Break - Booklet 2 : Winter Break Objective type questions will be framed from various heads in every booklet- Language & Literature - Science - Information Technology - Festivals & Cultures - My India - Important Dates & Events - Mental Ability - Global Insight - Environment - Current Affairs The booklets will be issued to each student from the library. The students will fill in the booklet as per the given guidelines while referring different resources like – Books, Journals, Magazines, Newspapers, and Internet etc. To measure the growth of knowledge of the students, each booklet will be evaluated and a Libopedia GK Test will be conducted in the month of January, 2017. Questions will be framed on the basis of two booklets and current affairs in the G.K Test. Based on the marks obtained in the G.K Test and in the two booklets, the top scorers will be taken as a team for 'Libopedia GK Quiz' for each class. The quiz will be conducted in the month of February, 2017. The winner team of the 'Libopedia GK Quiz' will be awarded with the Prizes in Special Assembly.

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Grandpa Cherry Blossom & other Folk tales from Japan retold by Hema Pande



Adventure Stories by Arup K. Dutta



5 Mystery Stories by Nilima Sinha



Bridge at Borim by Surekha Panandikar



A pinch of Salt shakes an Empire by Sarojini Sinha



Biological Clocks by Manorama Jafa



A for Adventure by Surekha Panandikar



The Story of Writing by Nita Berry



Pyarelal Stories by Indira Ananthakrishnan



Gandhi for the Millennium Child by Manorama Jafa and other authors



When amma went away by Devika Rangachari



Short Stories by Sudha Murthy



Short stories by Rabindranath Tagore



A King Cobra's Summer by Janaki Lenin



Mother Teresa – Biography (Graphic Novel)



The call of the wild – Jack London (Graphic Novel)

R.D.P.S.

Subject : Intra Class Activities

Syllabus: 2017-2018

Class : V

Co-curricular activities are an intrinsic part of the school's educational endeavour. The Intra Class Activity is a platform that facilitates our young learners to showcase their Attitude, Communication and Thinking Skills (ACT) incorporating the five domains (Cognitive, Moral, Social, Aesthetic and Physical)via strategically designed activities to promote the inculcation of 12 C's simultaneously. For each activity, the winners will be awarded with a merit certificate. Date

Name of the Activity

Material / Props required

Activity Details

07.04.17

“Cord n Blend” – folder making on World Heritage Day {Aesthetic}

Students will create folders based on the theme by pasting the different pictures of at least three world Heritage Sites.

21.04.17

Elocution - World Earth Day {Moral & Social}

4 students per section will share their opinion in English on the given theme.

28.04.17

Basket Ball {Physical}

Selection for the same will be done in the regular games periods. Final match will be taken up inter class wise.

05.05.17

G.K. & IT Quiz {Cognitive}

Written GK /IT Test will be conducted to select two top scorers from each section. The selected teams from each section will participate in the final round.

12.05.17

Poster Making

Students will make a poster based on the topic given on the spot.

07.07.17

14.07.17

½ cartridge sheet, colours of any medium, Card board, Cut outs related to theme, adhesive, etc.

Judgment

Judgment Criteria

Best 3 folders will be awarded from the class

Creativity, Clarity, Culture

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3 best speakers will be awarded from the class

Confidence, Clarity, Communication

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One best team will be awarded from the class

Courageousness Competence, Commandership (Reflected in scores)

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One best team from the class will be awarded.

Competence, Cosmopolitanism, Commandership (Reflected in scores)

Best 3 posters will be awarded from the class.

Creativity, Clarity, Constructivism

Slogan Writing - World Environment Day. Topic- Preserving Environment {Moral & Social}

Best 3 slogans will be Students will write slogans in English -¼ cartridge sheet, based on the theme. colours of any medium awarded from the class.

Creativity, Clarity, Competence

Doll Making (Aesthetic)

Students will prepare dolls depicting International costumes.

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A4 Size Ivory Sheet, Colours

Doll Making: any kind of fabric, eco friendly and waste material, any type of decorative material can be used.

Best 3 artistic creations will Creativity, Clarity, be awarded the each class. Culture

R.D.P.S.

21.07.17

Little chefs of R.D.P.S – Any uncooked snack of China, U.K., Italy etc. (Cognitive, social)

Students will prepare any non fire snack related to the given countries. Students will bring the material from home and assemble in the school to prepare a snack.

28.07.17

G.K. & IT Quiz {Cognitive}

Written GK /IT Test will be conducted to select two top scorers from each section. The selected teams from each section will participate in the final round.

04.08.17

Creative Expressions – Article Writing {cognitive}

Students will be asked to write an article in English based on the topic will be given on the spot. (150-200 words).

11.08.17

Poem Recitation on Cleanliness (Swatchta Campaign) {Moral & Social}

Students will recite an English poem based on the theme 'Nature'

Paragraph Writing on Constitution Day {Cognitive}

Students will write a paragraph in English based on the theme. (150-200 words)

25.08.17

Collage Making {Cognitive & Aesthetic}

Students will create a Collage based on the theme- Famous Buildings of the World with their names/ country etc.

03.11.17

Extempore on Vigilance Awareness {Social}

Students will write a slogan in English based on the given theme

10.11.17

Creative Expressions: Story writing based on proverb {cognitive}

Students will create a story in English by using proverbs given on the spot. (150200 words)

18.08.17

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Material related to snack, cutlery set, apron, tissue paper, hand sanitizer etc.

Best 3 snacks will be awarded the class.

Creativity, Constructivism

One best team from the class will be awarded.

Courageousness Competence, Commandership (Reflected in scores)

A4 Size ruled sheets and pen

Best 3 articles will be awarded from the class.

Creativity, Clarity, Competence

Props as per theme

Best 3 recitors from the class will be awarded.

Confidence, Communication, Clarity

A4 Size ruled sheets and pen

Best 3 paragraphs will be Creativity, Clarity, awarded from the class. Competence

½ cartridge sheet, colours of any medium, cutouts based on the theme and adhesive.

Best 3 collages will be Creativity, Clarity, awarded from the section Constructivism

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A-4 Size ruled sheets & Pen

Best 3 speakers will be awarded from the class

Confidence, Clarity, Communication

Best 3 stories will be awarded from the class

Best 3 stories will be awarded from the class

R.D.P.S. 24.11.17

Poster Making (Constitution Day) {Moral}

Students will make a poster based on the theme.

01.12.17

Literary Quiz {Cognitive}

Quiz based on Book/ Authors, writings of Shakespeare & Vocabulary will be conducted

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One best team from the class will be awarded.

One best team from the class will be awarded.

08.12.17

Badminton {Physical}

Selection for the same will be done in the regular games periods. Final match will be taken up inter class wise.

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One best team will be awarded from the class

Courageousness Competence, Commandership (Reflected in scores)

15.12.17

G.K. & IT Quiz {Cognitive}

Кроме того, - добавила она, - я хотела бы напомнить Стратмору, что Большой Брат не спускает с него глаз. Пусть хорошенько подумает, прежде чем затевать очередную авантюру с целью спасения мира.  - Она подняла телефонную трубку и начала набирать номер. Бринкерхофф сидел как на иголках. - Ты уверена, что мы должны его беспокоить.

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