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# STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Mathematics
With the introduction of the concept of continuous evaluation spread over the performance of a student throughout the session, following plan could be followed in the

Semester

Formative Assessment

SEMESTER I

Summative Assessment

## FA-1- CCE: - Weightage: 10 %

I st cycle from April to July.
IInd cycle from August to September.

Weightage: 30%

## FA-2- WEEKLY TEST: Weightage 10%

50 Marks for classes VI to VIII

SEMESTER - II

## FA-3- CCE :- Weightage 10%

IIIrd cycle from October to December.
IV thcycle from January to February.

Weightage : 30%

## FA-4- WEEKLY TEST- 10 %

50 Marks for classes VI to VIII.

## STRUCTURE OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 2 AND 4

Time: 1 Hour & 30 Minutes. Maximum Marks: 50

Skill to be tested

No. of Questions

## Section-wise total no. of

questions

Section-wise
total marks

MCQ

2 marks

3 marks

4 marks

Knowledge (20%)

1+2+3+4=10 Marks

Understanding (30%)

1+4+6+4=15 Marks

Application (30%)

1+4+6+4=15 Marks

1+2+3+4=10 Marks

Grand Total

20

50 marks

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## STRUCTURE OF SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1 AND 2

Time:3 Hrs . Maximum Marks: 80
No. of Questions
Skill to be tested

Section-wise total
no. of questions

Section-wise
total marks

MCQ

2 marks
SAQ-I

3 marks
SAQ-II

4 marks
LAQ

Knowledge (20%)

## 2+4+6+4 =16 marks

Understanding (30%)

2+4+6+12=24 marks

Application (35%)

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2+6+12+8=28 marks

1+3+8=12 marks

Grand Total

31

80 marks

SA-1
Chapter
NUMBER SYSTEM

SA-2
Marks

Percentage

46

57.5%

Chapter
ARITHMATICS

(a) Fractions

(b) Decimals

Marks

Percentage

22

27.5%

14

17.5%

20

25.0%

(d) Integers
GEOMETRY

24

30.0%

## (a) Basic Geometrical ideas

COMMERCIAL MATHEMATICS
(a) Ratio and Proportion

STATISTICS

10

## (a) Data handling

12.5%

GEOMETRY
(a) Symmetry
(b) Practical Geometry

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ALGEBRA

10

12.5%

MENSURATION

14

17.5%

## It is to reference, there may be changes as per requirement.

PARAMETERS OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: 100 marks will be converted into 20 marks scale.
Formative Assessment

Evaluation criteria

Points

Regularity & Punctuality: Student records the tasks carried out in class as
taking down notes, drawing diagrams, solve assignments given in the
prescribed notebooks in every period.
Completes the home assignment at home and brings into class on the day
instructed.
CLASS WORK/ HOME WORK RECORD/ CLASS PARTICIPATION AND
RESPONSE

Neatness: The note books are maintained well and the task is recorded
neatly.

10

Attentiveness.
Taking up responsibility in class and doing the task assigned.
Participation in class discussion and contribution.
Response to peers during class room interaction.
INTEGRATED PROJECT
Students will do an integrated project, incorporating components from all
subjects, in 5 groups comprising of 8 members.

Originality
Creativity

Students will frame their specific research question/ statement and work on it.

Application

Science teachers will guide the students and the draft of the project is to be
discussed with the subject teacher at various stages.

## Work to include investigation in form of experimentation or data collection

followed by its evaluation.

Significance

Students will present their work in front of a chosen audience using aids like
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20

Team work
Conclusion
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## STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Formative Assessment

Evaluation criteria

Points

## multi-media, art, music, theatre etc.

Maths Application:
Students would be carrying out a variety of activities/experiments during the
academic session to facilitate learning by doing.
Students to work on various aspects of the practical task as designing, data
collection, interpretation of results.

## Viva based on the activities.

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The skills used during these activities will be continuously evaluated through
ASSIGNMENT/WORKSHEET/
CLASS TEST:

## Language: Proper way of answering the question.

Resources: Extra information given in the SCM, Relevant information that has been
discussed in the class.

## Presentation: Reflection of students understanding of the matter and its

presentation in an innovative manner

10

Chapter test.

Months-Year
(Semester-I)
April-2014

## May & June-2014

Name of Chapters/Topics

Teaching
periods

10

FA-2 (03.08.15)

Whole Numbers

10

02

11

02

July-2014

4

## Portion for FA and SA

2. Whole numbers.

25

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SA-1 (19.09.15)

Integers

August-2014

## Entire portion of Semester-I

24

Data handling
Revision & SA-I Exams

September-2014

10

(Semester-II)

Fractions

09

FA-4 (11.01.16)

October-2014

Decimals

09

Fractions

November-2014

## Ratio and Proportion

16

Symmetry

12

Practical Geometry

Algebra

12

SA-II ( .03.16)

Mensuration

## Entire portion of Semester II

Mensuration

11

Revision

11

December-2014

January-2015

February-2015

Decimals
Ratio and Proportion
Symmetry

## Semester-I (Mathematics) Class-VI

Month

Course description

Learning outcomes
Place value chart (both Indian and
International System)

April

Numbers

## Place value and Face value

Comparison of numbers
Conversion of units
Estimation

Activity

No. of
Periods

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs

AV/Geogebra
FA-2 (03.08.15))
PPT and Videos on NUMBER
SYSTEM

10

Whole numbers.

Simplification
5

CLASS-VI

## STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Month

Course description

Learning outcomes

Activity

No. of
Periods

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs

Roman numerals
SA-1 (19.09.15)

Whole numbers and Natural numbers
Properties of whole numbers
Whole Numbers

## Pattern in whole numbers

Representation of Whole numbers on the
number line

MA/ activities
&multiplication are commutative
for whole numbers by paper cutting
and pasting

## Entire portion of Semester-I

10

whole numbers on number line

Basic Geometrical
Ideas

AV Class/ Geogebra:

## Drawing and demonstrating points,

line segment, ray, collinear points,
concurrent lines, parallel,
perpendicular and intersecting lines,
open and closed curves.

## Points,Lines, Line segment and Ray

Collinear points, Concurrent lines

## Parallel and Intersecting lines

Basic Geometrical
Ideas

## Curves,Open and Closed curves, Polygons

Angles and its properties

May and
June
Playing with
Numbers

## Prime ,Composite,Even and Odd numbers

Factors and Multiples
Prime factorization

AV/ Geogebra
Measuring and Comparing line
segments.

(15.04.2015)

02

Whole Numbers
(22.04.2015)
Basic Geometric Ideas
(06.05.2015)
Playing with Numbers
(07.07.2015)

11

Understanding Elememtary
Shapes
(22.07.2015)

## To show with slider the revolution

of hands of clock.

Integers
(19.08.2015)

## Drawing different type of

properties.

Data Handling
(26.08.2015)

MA/ activities
To find prime numbers between 1
and 100 by Eratosthenes Sieves
method.

02

Tests of divisibility
6

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## STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Month

Course description

Learning outcomes

Activity

No. of
Periods

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs

Playing with
Numbers

## Common factors and Common multiples

Twin primes, Prime triplet, Co-primes
Highest Common Factor(HCF) and Lowest
Common Multiple(LCM) and certain facts

MA/activities
To find HCF of two numbers by
cutting and pasting method

12

Comparing and Measuring line segment
Measuring angles
July

Understanding
Elementary
Shapes

Types of angles

MA/activities

## To show Perpendicular bisector of

line segment by Paper folding
method.

## Triangles and its types

Angle sum property and side property of
triangles
Types of Quadrilaterals and its properties
Polygons and its types
Perpendicular lines and Parallel lines

## Different types of triangles.

To make a cube using the given net
and count the number of faces,
vertices and edges

11

## Jodo Gyan Kit

Identification of 3 D shapes
Visualizing Cube, Cuboid, Cone, Prism ,
Pyramid,Cylinder , Tetrahedron
Integers
August

AV/Geogebra

## Addition and subtraction of integers

on number line.

Subtraction of integers
Ordering of integers
Representation of Integers on number lines

12

Jodo Gyan Kit

7

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Month

Course description

Learning outcomes

Activity

No. of
Periods

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs

number line
Data handling

MA/activities

## Data and Collection of data

Array and Raw data,
Range, Frequency and Tally marks
Recording and representation of data

## Drawing of bar graph based on height of

family members

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Organization of data
Pictograph drawing and interpretation
Bar graph- drawing and interpretation
10

Revision
September

## Semester-II (Mathematics) Class-VI

Month

Course description

Learning outcomes

Fractions

## Fractions and its Pictorial representations

Different types of Fractions-Proper,
Improper, Mixed and Unit Fractions
Like and Unlike Fractions

October

Equivalent Fractions
Comparison of Fractions
Representation of Fractions on number line

Activity

No. of
Periods

AV/Geogebra
PPT and Videos on FRACTIONS
with different sets of questionnaire.

FA-4 (11.01.16))
Fractions
Decimals
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Delhi Public School

Symmetry

MA/Activities
Jodo Gyan Kit

Decimals

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs

SA-II ( .03.16)
MA/ activities

09

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## STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Month

Course description

Learning outcomes

Activity

## Decimals and its representations

Subtraction of decimals by Activity
method

## Decimal Place value chart

Decimals as Fractions and vice versa
Expansion of decimals
Representation of decimals on number line
Ordering of decimals

No. of
Periods

## To represent decimal numbers

0..25, 0.50, 0.75, 0.68 etc. on a 10 X

## Distribution dates of SCMs.

Fractions-(13.10.2015)

## Jodo Gyan Kit

Decimals-(28.10.2015)

Length

## Addition and Subtraction of decimals and

its applications

Symmetry (09.12.15)

## Introduction-Ratio as comparison between

two quantities of same kind
Equivalent ratios
Ratio in simplest form

November

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs
II

(20.11.2015)
Practical Geometry(18.12.2015)

Ratio and
Proportion

Comparison of Ratios

MA/ activities

Algebra

## To compare the Length and

Maths note book by activity
method.(Ratio)

Mensuration (28.01.2016)

- (18.01.2016)

16

Proportion Introduction
Mean proportion
Continued proportion

AV/ Geogebra

Third proportion

Unitary method

December

Symmetry

AV/Geogebra

## Understand the Meaning of Symmetry by

using ink blots devils as equal halves

## PPT and Videos on SYMMETRY in

NATURE

Symmetry in Nature

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## Examples of linear symmetry

Lines of Symmetry

MA/activities

## To draw lines of symmetry

Construction of Symmetrical

CLASS-VI

## STUDENT CURRICULUM MANUAL

Month

Course description

Learning outcomes
Understand and learn to form symmetrical
figures with squared paper
To form symmetrical figures with halves
Make figures and find with multiple lines of
symmetry

Activity

No. of
Periods

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs

## decorative paper cuttings.

To determine the number of lines
of symmetry of following shapes
by paper folding method.
a)equilateral
b)isosceles
c) square
d)rectangle
e)rhombus

## December 22 -as National Mathematics Day-Inside/Outside Activities to be carried Out.

01

Draw line segment of definite length
Construction line segment of a given length
Construct a circle with the given radius
Practical Geometry

## Perpendicular to a line through a point

AV/Geogebra
To draw line and circle with the help
of geogebra concept

12

## Construct a perpendicular at a line

Construction of Angles Using ruler and
compass.
Construction of angle bisectors.

January

Algebra

10

MA/activity

Introduction-Histroy of Algebra

## To find a rule, which gives no. of

matchsticks required to make any
one letter of English Alphabet.

## Variables, Constants and Algebraic

expressions
Co-efficient of terms(literal and numerical)
Like and unlike terms

AV/Geogebra

of terms

## To show history of ALGEBRA and

contribution of Al-Khwa-Rizmi.

12

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Month

Course description

Learning outcomes

Activity

No. of
Periods

## Portions For FA/SA & date of

examination and SCMs

## Equation- Introduction and its meaning

Solution of equations and solving word
problems

Mensuration

MA/activity

Introduction

## Perimeter of Rectangle and Regular shapes

To find the area of palm impression
on a grid paper by counting the
squares
Area as space occupied in 2- D terms
Units and Conversion
Mensuration
February

## Perimeter of irregular figures

Area of Irregular figures by counting
squares(Squared paper/Graph paper)
Area of Rectangle,Square and Units of areas
Application of concepts in different contexts

AV/Geogebra:
Drawing irregular shapes on the
grid and evaluating its area.
Drawing polygons of different
shapes and evaluating their
perimeter.

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## Computing area and perimeter of

square and rectangle.
Application of above mentioned
concepts can be demonstrated
using word problems.

Revision

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CLASS-VI