CCE

K.V.Pilibhit

Split Up of Sullabus

CLASS –V(English)

Month

/Days

Unit/

Lesson

Competencies

ELO (Expected learning outcome)

Suggested Activities

Value

/Skills

April

24 Days

 

 

 

 

May 01

Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June

9 Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July-

26 Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July

26

Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aug

24

Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sept

24

Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sept

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct

15

Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I (Poem)

 

Lesson 1

Ice cream

man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit II

Lesson 2

 

Wonderful

Waste

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 3

 

Teamwork

(Poem)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit II/III

Lesson 4

Flying

together

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 6

Robinson

Crusoe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 5

My Shadow

(Poem)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit IV

Lesson 7

Crying

(Poem)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 8

My Elder

Brother

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 9

Unit V

The lazy frog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 10

Rip van Winkle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit VI

Lesson

Class Discussion

(Poem)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Talkative Barber

 

Listening

 

Speaking

R.Skill(O)

Writing Skill

C. Writing

 

H.Writing

Grammar

Spelling

Vocabulary

 

Oral

Fluency

 

Pronunciation

 

 

R. Skill (O)

 

R. Skill (W)

 

Writing Skill

C. Writing

H. Writing

Grammar

 

Spellings

 

Vocabulary

 

Listening

 

Speaking skills

Fluency

Pronunciat-

-ion

 

 

 

 

 

 

R. Skill (Loud

reading)

Listening Skills

Listening and

Speaking Skills

 

Writing Skill

Creative writing

H. Writing

Grammar

 

 

Spellings

and

Vocabulary

Oral

Fluency

Pronunciation

 

 

 

 

R.Skills(Oral)

 

R.Skills(Comprehension)

(written)

C. Writing

 

 

 

H.Writing

 

Grammar

 

 

Spellings and

Vocabulary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R.Skills(Oral)

 

W.Skill

R.Skills

(written)

C. Writing

 

H.Writing

Grammar

 

Spellings

Vocabulary

 

Oral

Listening

Speaking

 

Fluency

Pronunciation

 

 

R.Skills(Oral)

(Loud reading)

Listening

Speaking

 

W.Skill

R.Skills

(written)

C. Writing

 

H.Writing

Grammar

Spellings

 

Vocabulary

 

Oral

Fluency

Pronunciation

 

 

 

 

 

 

R.Skills(Oral)

(Loud reading)

 

Listening

Speaking

 

W.Skill

R.Skills

(written)

C. Writing

 

H.Writing

Grammar

Spellings

Vocabulary

Oral

Fluency

Pronunciation

 

 

R.Skills(Oral)

(Comprehension)

 

W.Skill

R.Skills

(written)

H.Writing

Grammar

Spellings

Vocabulary

 

Oral

Fluency

Pronunciation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R.Skills(Oral)

(Loud reading)

Listening

Speaking

 

W.Skill

C. Writing

 

H.Writing

Grammar

 

Spellings

 

Vocabulary

 

Oral

Fluency

 

Pronunciation

 

 

R.Skills(Oral)

 

 

W.Skill

C. Writing

 

 

 

 

H.Writing

 

Grammar

 

 

Spelling

Vocabulary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R.Skill (O)

(Loud reading)

Listening

Speaking

 

W.Skill

C. Writing

 

H.Writing

 

Grammar

 

Spellings

 

 

Oral

 

Fluency

 

Pronunciation

 

 

R.Skill (O)

 

 

W.Skill

C. Writing

 

H.Writing

 

Grammar

 

 

Spellings

Can recite the poem with proper

speed and expression

Is fluent and spontaneous

Loud Reading

 

Can write short answers/paragraph

with accuracy

Should write neat and legible

Can write sentences accurately

Can spell all words correctly

Has a rich vocabulary and often

uses new words

 

Can read simple/complex passages

fluently

Can read words on ones and own with proper pronunciation

 

Able to read fluently and with correct pronunciation.

Can read and write simple and complex passages

 

Can write short paragraphs with correct sentence formation.

Transcription is error free.

Identification of parts of speech

(Noun/Verb etc)

Use of dictionary for word meaning.

5 words each that end with al, ok

and ail

Understanding of simple conversation.

Can participate in discussion.

 

Can speak sentences fluently.

Uses his phonetic skill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoy and recite the poem with proper speed and gestures

Can comprehend poems.

 

 

 

 

Can write sentences correctly

 

All letters and strokes are consistent and can ideas be arranged logically

 

Can spell new words.

 

 

.Can do contraction of common phrases.

Find rhyming words.

 

 

 

 

Can read small sentences fluently.

Can pronounce new words.

Can be able to read fluently.

Reading the text with voice modulation.

Paragraph writing on Important trees and environment.

 

 

Can write in proper space

 

Make questions using words where, what, who, when and why.

 

Can spell all words correctly.

Use of dictionary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read short stories/articles words on ones own.

 

Can understand and enable to comprehend stories

Can write answers/articles correctly

Use of small/big letters.

Can write sentences correctly.

 

Can spell all words correctly.

To enrich vocabulary.

 

 

To listen with understanding.

Can participate in discussion with ease.

Can express their feelings.

Use of phonetic skills to pronounce new words.

 

 

Can comprehend poems.

Can recite a poem with proper speed and rhythm.

 

 

To take interest in reading and writing the poem.

Originality in sentence construction.

Can write in right strokes & space.

Can write sentence correctly

Can spell almost all word from the text correctly& find rhyming words.

Has a good range of vocabulary.

 

 

Respond to situation.

Can pronounce words correctly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Develop a capacity to understand and enjoy text.

 

To recite and enjoy the poem.

Participate actively in recitation.

 

 

To read and enjoy the poem.

 

Can write short/simple sentences correctly.

Can write sentences correctly.

Find rhyming words.

 

To enrich vocabulary.

 

Can participate in discussion

Can pronounce correctly while participating

 

 

Develop a capacity to understand appreciate and enjoy text.

 

 

Can arrange ideas logically.

To develop comprehension skill.

 

Proper joining of letters.

Can write sentence correctly

Tries to spell new words.

Has a rich Vocabulary.

 

 

 

Responds to situation.

Use of his phonetic while speaking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Understand the concept poem

 

Listen and enjoy the poem.

Recitation of poem with proper gestures and intonation.

 

Can write any questions.

 

Can write neat and legible writing.

Can write sentences without error.

 

Can spell new word.

 

Can use new words.

 

 

Can speak simple sentences fluently.

Can pronounce words in correct manner.

 

Can read short stories with complete comprehension.

 

 

Can write on any given object

 

 

 

 

Proper joining of letters

 

Can write new words

 

 

Can spell new words

Can participate in spelling quiz.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listen and enjoy the poem with loud reading

 

Awareness about different types of child behaviour.

 

Can write articles correctly

 

Can write neat and legible

 

Can write correct sentences most of the time correctly

Knowledge of correct spellings of simple words

 

 

 

Can express their feelings with proper expression

Use of phonetics while speaking

 

 

To read loud and silently with understanding

 

 

Can read and write answers correctly

Can do Transcription error free.

 

Can write sentences correctly.

 

 

Can spell all words together and has a rich vocabulary

Cut out stick puppets or pictures of different brands of Ice cream/cold drinks available in your area.

 

Use of cursive book. Use of

question words (How, who, what and which)

 

Power Point presentation of different brands of Ice cream.

 

Flash cards of new words.

Use of dictionary

Stress on reading poem with proper fluency

 

 

Folk tales(custom and culture of places)

Dramatization of the lesson.

Community lunch of different dishes/meals of different states

Flash cards of new words.

Prepare dictionary of 20 words ending with al, ok and

ail.

 

Discussion on their favourite food

Oral drills of new words

 

Other Activities

Make different things from best out of waste like

i) Application box

ii) Duster, chalk box etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PowerPoint Presentation  on LCD

Small poems to enhance the team spirits.

Paragraph on favourite hobby.

Picture composition – story

writing.

 

 

 

 

Stress on cursive writing.

 

 

Word building game

Another meaning of words from the poem.

 

Emphasize on Spoken Part

Flash cards of new words

(Oral drill)

 

 

 

 

Identify and find names of the trees growing in your school.

Slogan writing on environment

Simple/small question in the form of fill up.

Oral drill

Stress on cursive writing

 

Prepare dictionary of 20 words (5 letters) .

 

 

Small groups (competition)

on Healthy Environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read the original story of Robinson crusoe by Daniel and other adventure. Humour and stories of family life.

Comprehension

Paragraph on any incident related to life

 

Use of articles A/An (PowerPoint presentation)

Oral drills of new words

Read adventure stories.

 

 

Quiz competition

Different objects to improve their Spoken part.

Any five words of five letter

of student’s choice

 

 

 

Children’s own shadow

(different types of shadow)

on PowerPoint presentation.

 

 

 

 

Cursive writing practice.

Use of joining words.

 

Use of flash cards.

 

Use of dictionary

 

 

 

GroupWise competition to improve their fluency.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PowerPoint Presentation on computer

Different expression of the child.

Recite the poem with rhythm and recitation.

 

Flash cards of action words.

Flash cards

 

 

 

Word building game.

Any small incident related happiness & excitement.

Small group activity words ending with ness.

Encourage to read classics in English.

 

 

i) Writing exercises after discussion

ii) Letter Writing

iii) Paragraph on “Why games are important to us”

iv) Making a daily schedule chart

Stress on space and strokes by cursive writing

Oral drills

Use of dictionary, stress on reading habit.

 

 

Encouraged to share their experience in small and simple sentences

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Silent and loud reading

 

Big cutout/ picture of frogs

Collect pictures, Make chart of water animals. PPT prepared by the teacher.

Paragraph on your likes and dislikes. Stress on cursive writing.

Finding similar sounding words.

Find meaning of new words in dictionary.

Word building game(Flash cards)

Reading of poem with proper fluency.

Use of flash cards of words by students.

 

Stress on silent reading

Story of Rip Van Winkle on PowerPoint presentation

 

i) Paragraph on “hard work” and “laziness”

ii) Pet dog

iii) Write about yourself

iv) Favourite games

Practice on neat and clean hand writing

 

 

Silent letters by oral drills. Ex  Knowledge

Prepare the dictionary of 20

words

 

Practice on spoken part by

Oral drill of new words using Flash cards

 

 

 

 

 

Stress on groups/individual reading

Prepare behaviour chart

To create confidence among child singing, dancing activity can be carried out.

Listing things children see in the class room

Stress on bold and right strokes

Write words ending with “ef”, ‘of’ , “to” and op

Write five words formed by combining two words

Ex Bookmark Book+mark

Small paragraph on your

(i) Good qualities

(ii) Bad qualities

 

Oral drill of new words from the poem

 

Read short stories like Akbar Birbal , Tenali Raman etc ( Film Show)

Narration of various humorous Stories

 

Guided writing piece step by step

Use of un,im,dis to make opposite words

Punctuating Passages

 

Use of dictionary

Importa-

-nce of

season and

seasonal

item.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make best out of waste.

 

 

 

 

Healthy eating habits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oneness

leads to

success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obey your elders.

Union is strength.

and

A stitch in time saves nine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curiosity

leads to knowledge

 

To overcome

fear.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Estimate time through shadow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be Bold during tuff time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy mind resides in a healthy body

Be Punctual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Value of time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hard work is virtue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Know about different behaviour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov      -22

days

Unit  VII/VIII       Topsy             Turvy land  Poem

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gulliver’s Travel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nobody’s friend

 

Listening

Speaking

 

Reading Skills (o)

 

Creative Writing

 

 

Grammar/

Spelling

 

 

 

Reading Skills (o)

 

Creative Writing

 

 

Grammar/Spelling

 

Fluency and pronunciation

 

 

Listening   Skills

Speaking Skills

 

 

Creative Writing

 

Spellings/Vocabulary

 

 

Recite the poem with stress and intonation

 

Can do loud Reading

 

 

Can write sentences accurately, Use of simple punctuation marks

 

 

Can write sentences correctly without error.

 

 

 

Can read lesson happily

 

 

Can comprehend written

Questions

 

 

Can write sentences correctly

 

 

Can speak simple sentences fluently

 

 

Listen and recite the poem with proper stress and intonation

Can comprehend poems

 

 

 

Can write sentences correctly

Has a rich Vocabulary.

 

 

Watch Jaspal Bhatti’s flop show

 

 

 

Power Point Presentation on giant and dwarfs

 

 

Degrees of comparison

 

 

 

 

Read individually or in groups

 

Small stories other than book on adventures by using internet (Google).

 

Usage of new words in written  and oral forms

 

Read few  autobiographies

 

 

 

Community Lunch

 

Other Activities- Interaction with groups and share ideas about  their belongingness like toys etc

 

 

Use  of dictionary

 

Develo-

-ping good sense of humour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love for adventure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Develo-

-ping feeling of sharing.

 

Help others in need

Dec

17 days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan

22

days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan

22

days

 

Unit

VIII/IX

Lesson – The little Bully

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson- Sing a song of people            ( Poem)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Around the world

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit

VIII/IX

Lesson 19

Malu Bhalu

Poem

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 20

Who  will be Ningthou

 

 

 

 

Reading Skills (o)

 

 

Creative Writing

 

 

 

Grammar/Spelling

 

 

 

Reading Skills (o)

 

Listening   Skills

Speaking Skills

 

Creative Writing

 

 

 

Reading Skills (o)

 

 

Creative Writing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spelling/vocabulary

 

 

 

Listening   Skills

Speaking Skills

 

Creative Writing

 

 

 

Spelling/ Pronunciation

 

Reading Skills (o)

 

 

Creative Writing

 

Grammar

 

 

 

Can read poem happily.

 

 

 

Can write simple sentences.

 

 

 

 

Can write correctly

 

 

 

 

Can do loud reading with proper gestures

 

Can recite a poem with proper speed and pronunciation

 

 

 

Can write short paragraph correctly

 

 

 

Can read with proper stress

 

 

 

Can narrate incidents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has  a  rich vocabulary

 

 

 

 

Can recite a poem with proper speed and pronunciation

 

 

 

Can write paragraphs correctly

 

 

 

 

Use of new words

 

 

Can read with proper stress

 

 

 

Can write short answers?

 

 

Can write sentences correctly

 

 

Reading of short stories like Emid Blyton and Aesop’s fables

 

A Short note on qualities of friendly person.

Making clay models of crabs, lobsters , snails etc

 

Degrees of  adjectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recite another poem related to means of transport like “ Wheels of the bus go round and round”

 

Prepare report on like and dislikes about cities.

Paragraph on A village market

 

Encourage the children to watch CD’s related to means of transportation of world

Use of Atlas India’s map

Short note on travelling

Any six fast trains of the world.

Write about Metro (Delhi) India.

A short note on most interesting place you have visited.

Use of Google

Quiz competition

Crossword.

 

 

 

PowerPoint Presentation – Life style of polar and dessert region’s animals.

Short note on “Respecting Parents.

Discussion  about Eskimos life

List of activities that how you help your mother at home

Stress on rhyming words

 

 

Short note on Qualities of good leader.

 

Collect information on Women’s day

Importance of girl child

 

Use of adjectives

 

 

 

 

Value of true friendship

 

Awareness about evils of bullying

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Regards for others

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Develop

Harmony

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Develop leadership Qualities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gender awareness

 

 

 

February

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1) feV`h ds f[kykSus cukukA

2) lqHknzk dqekjh pkSgku dh vU; dforkvksa dk laxzg

3) viuh ilan ds f[kykSuksa dh lwph cuk;sa

4) jkeyhyk ds dqN va'kksa dk vfHku;

5) rqdkUr 'kCn fy[ksaA

uSfrd ewY;ksa dk fodkl

 

lhñlhñbZñ % dfo dk uke] dfork lquuk ,oa y?kq iz'u

twu @ tqykbZ

4) uUgk Q+udkj

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

jpukRed ys[ku

orZuh

'kCndks"k

O;kdj.k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i

1) Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

2) uohu 'kCnksa dk Kku

3) okD; iz;ksx

4) 'kCn HkaMkj

5) o.kkZRed vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

6) xgu vè/;u

7) ifj;kstuk dk;Z

8) ftKklkHkko tkxzr djkuk

9) dYiuk'kfDr dk fodkl

1) gekjs ennxkjksa ds fp=k fpidk;sa

2) 'kCnksa ds vFkZ fy[kksA

3) 'kCnksa dk okD;ksa esa iz;ksx

4) eqgkojksa dk vFkZ fy[kdj okD;ksa esa iz;ksx

5) dgkuh dks vius 'kCnksa esa lquk;s

6) dgkuh dk ukVdhdj.k

7) ljy okD; jpuk

8) Jqrys[k ,oa lqys[k

9) laKk 'kCn pqudj fy[ksaA

10) fØ;k 'kCn NkaVs

11) vkn'kZ okpu

12) vuqdj.k okpu

13) O;fDrxr okpu

 

cM+ksa dh vkKkikyu o vknj tSls uSfrd ewY;ksa dk fodkl

 

lhñlhñbZñ % ikB dk iBu] y?kq iz'u] dgkuh vius 'kCnksa esa lquk;s] ennxkjksa ds ckjs esa crk;saA

5) tgka pkg ogka jkg

fyf[kr

1) Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

2) dgkuh lqukus dh dyk dk fodkl

3) ys[ku

4) l`tukRed

5) ys[ku

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1) laosnu'khyrk dk fodkl

2) lapkj lk/uksa ls voxr djkukA

3) i=k ys[ku dyk dk fodkl

4) izpfyr fofHkUu gLrdykvksa dk ifjp;

5) 'kCn Hk.Mkj

6) uohu 'kCnksa dk Kku

7) Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

1) gLrdyk] d<+kbZ] flykbZ] cqukbZ izfr;ksfxrk

2) dgkuh dks vius 'kCnksa esa lqukuk

3) vknZ'k okpu

4) vuqdj.k okpu

5) i=k ys[ku dk fodkl

6) izpfyr fofHkUu gLrdykvksa dk ifjp;

7) lkekU; Kku dh tkudkjh

8) Lora=k ,oa ekSfyd ys[ku {kerk dk fodkl

9) Jqrys[k ,oa lqys[k

10) fodykaxrk gekjh izxfr esa ck/d ugha** fo"k; ij vuqPNsn ys[kuA

 

foifjr ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa Hkh gesa gkj ugha ekuuh pkfg,A

 

lhñlhñbZñ % ikB dk iBu] dgkuh vius 'kCnksa esa lquk;sa] y?kq iz'u

6) fpV`h dk lQ+j

1) iBu

2) ys[ku

3) jpukRed ys[ku

4) lqys[k

5) O;kdj.k

6) 'kCn dks"k

7) Jqrys[k

8) lquuk

1) Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

2) Nk=kksa ds mPpkj.k esa lq/kj ykukA

3) uohu 'kCnksa dk iz;ksx fl[kkukA

4) Mkd fVdV dh igpku

1) vknZ'k okpu

2) O;fDrxr okpu

3) ljy okD; jpuk

4) i=k ys[ku dk fodkl

5) fofHkUu izdkj ds i=kksa] MkdfVdVksa o egkuxjksa ds fiudksM uacjksa dk ladyuA

6) Jqrys[k ,oa lqys[k

7) foykse 'kCn fy[ksa

 

i=k ys[ku

dk egÙo

 

lhñlhñbZñ % ikB dk iBu] y?kq iz'u] okD; ljpukA

7) vxLr

Mkfd, dh dgkuh daoj flag dh tqckuhA

1) orZuh

2) 'kCndks"k

3) okÙkkZyki

4) xgu vè/;u

5) O;kdj.k

6) 'kCn Kku

7) lquuk

8) cksyuk

9) i<+uk

1) lk{kkRdkj fo|k dk fodkl

2) nwjLFk igkM+h {ks=kksa esa Mkd forj.k esa vkus okyh dfBukb;ksa dk vkHkkl djkukA

3) fparu 'kfDr dk fodkl

4) Mk;jh ys[ku esa :fp mRiUu djukA

 

1) f}vFkhZ 'kCn

2) feyrs tqyrs vFkZ okys 'kCn

3) foykse 'kCn

4) fofHkUu O;olk;ksa ls lacaf/r O;fDr;ksa ds fp=k ,dfp=k djuk muds fo"k; esa dqN iafDr;ka fy[kukA

5) cPps vius izkpk;Z] eq[; vè;kid ,oa vU; vè;kidksa dk lk{kkRdkj ysaxsA

tu lsok gh ns'k lsokA

 

lhñlhñbZñ % fofHkUu O;olk;ksa ds ckjs esa dqN okD; ikB ls lacaf/r y?kq iz'u

8) os fnu Hkh D;k fnu Fks

1) orZuh

2) 'kCndks"k

3) lqys[k

4) lquuk

5) cksyuk

6) i<+uk

1) Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodklA

2) uohu 'kCnksa dk okD;ksa esa iz;ksx

3) o.kZRed vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

1) dgkuh ls ikap O;fDrokpd 'kCn NkafV,A

2) okD; cukvks

3) dEI;wVj ij vuqPNsn

4) dEI;wVj o ySiVkWi esa vUrj

5) fo'ks"k.k 'kCn fy[ksaA

6) ikB ls lacaf/r iz'u

7) dEI;wVj }kjk ikB dh izLrqfrA

f'k{kk esa e'khuh dj.k dh mi;ksfxrk

 

 

lhñlhñbZñ % dEI;wVj ij dqN iafDr;ka] y?kq iz'u] ikB dk iBu

flracj

9) ,d ek¡ dh csclh(dfork)

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

lqys[k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

dkO; ikB

1) Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

2) dfork dks lqj vkSj y; ls i<+uk

3) ys[ku

4) lqys[k

5) dkO; eas fufgr eq[; Hkko vkSj lans'k le>us dh {kerk dk fodkl

6) dYiuk 'kfDr dk fodkl

1) d:.k jl ls vksrizksr dfork dk jlkLonu

2) esjh ek¡ ij vuqPNsn

3) ewd vfHku; dk izn'kZu

4) vk¡[k ls tqM+s ikap eqgkojksa dh lwfp cukukA

5) eqgkojksa ds vFkZ fy[kdj okD;ksa esa iz;ksx djksaA

6) 'kq¼ 'kCn pqudj fy[kksA

7) fyax cnyks

8) 'kq¼ mPpkj.k o mrkj p<+ko ds lkFk dfork ikB

9) rqdkUr 'kCn

ek¡ dh egÙrk

 

lhñlhñbZñ % dfo dk uke] dfork lquuk] ,oa y?kq iz'u

10) ,d fnu dh ckn'kkgr

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

jpukRed ys[ku

lqys[k

O;kdj.k

Jqrys[k

'kCnKku

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1)               Lora=k ys[ku {kerk dk fodkl

2)         mnwZ Hkk"kk ds 'kCnksa dk Kku

3)         vfHku; {kerk dk fodkl

4)         vf/dkj o dÙkZO;ksa ds izfr tkx:drkA

5)         uohu 'kCnksa dk okD;ksa eas iz;ksx djukA

6)         vfHkO;fDr {kerk dk fodkl

 

1) ilan o u ilan pht+ksa dh lwph cukukA

2) vxj eSa vè;kid gksrk ij vuqPNsn

3) rqd feykrs 'kCn fy[kksA

4) ljy okD; ljapuk

5) dfBu 'kCnksa ds vFkZ

6) vknZ'k okpu

7) vuqdj.k okpu

8) O;fDrxr okpu

9) eqgkojksa dk vFkZ fy[kdj okD; iz;ksx 'kCn lewgksa esa ls csesy 'kCnksa ij xksyk yxk,A

10)               fo'ks"k.k 'kCn fy[ksaA

11)               vius dÙkZO;ksa dh lwph cukvksA

izR;sd vf/dkj ds ihNs dÙkZO; fNik gksrk gSA

 

lhñlhñbZñ % ikB dk iBu] y?kq iz'u] okD; lajpukA

11 vDVwcj

pkoy dh jksfV;k¡

fyf[kr

orZuh

'kCndks"k

l`tukRed ys[ku

O;kdj.k

Jqrys[k

lqys[k

okD; ljpuk

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1) ukVd ds fy, eap lTtk ls voxr djkukA

2) cehZ Hkk"kk ds 'kCnksa dk Kku

3) vfHkO;fDr {kerk dk fodkl

4) mPpkj.k esa lq/kj

5) ukVdhdj.k

6) mPpkj.k esa lq/kjA

1) vknZ'k okpu

2) vuqdj.k okpu

3) O;fDrxr okpu

4) uohu 'kCn

5) ikB dk vfHku;

6) vius euilan [kkus dh oLrq cukus dh fof/ fy[kks

7) eqgkojksa dk vFkZ fy[kdj okD; iz;ksx

8) ikB dk lkj vius 'kCnksa eas fy[kksA

9) dfBu 'kCnksa ds vFkZ fy[ksaA

10)               ljy okD; jpukA

fey ckaVdj [kkuk pkfg,

 

l'kDy dkuwu O;oLFkk dk egÙo

 

 

12) xq# vkSj psyk (dfork)

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

lqys[k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1) dkO;ikB

2) lquuk

3) ifj;kstuk dk;Z

4) lqys[k

Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

1) dfork dks lqj vkSj y; ls cksyuk

2) dfork dk dgkuh :ikUrj

3) dfork ^xq# vkSj psyk* dks va/sj uxjh dk 'kh"kZd nsdj dgkuh fy[kks vkSj d{kk esa lqukvksA

4) 'kq¼ 'kCn pqudj fy[ksA

5) ^esjk fiz; vè;kid ij vuqPNsn fy[ksA

xq# vkSj psyk dk egÙo

 

lhñlhñbZñ % dfo dk uke] dfork lquuk] y?kq iz'u

13) uoEcj

Lokeh dh nknh

fyf[kr

orZuh

'kCndks"k

ys[ku

xgu vè;;u

ifj;kstuk dk;Z

lqys[k

O;kdj.k

l`tukRed ys[ku

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1)               Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

2)         ?kj ds cM+s cw<+ksa dh tkudkjh ysdj mu ij ppkZ djukA

3)         milxZ iz;ksx

4)         fyax cnys

5)         ifBr x|ka'k

6)         uohu 'kCnksa dk iz;ksx

 

1)               nknk ;k nknh ij ikap okD; fy[kksA

2)         nknh @ ukuh ls lquh dgkuh d{kk esa lquk;s

3)         ^iz* o ^lq* milxksZa ls cuus okys ikap ikap 'kCn fy[ksaA

4)         ljy okD; ljpuk

5)         lkeku; Kku dh tkudkjh

6)         okD; i<+dj oLrq o fyax dh igpku

7)               'kCnksa ds cgqopu 'kCn fy[ksaA

8)         'kCn iwjs djks

9)         vknZ'k okpu

10)       vuqdj.k okpu

11)       O;fDrxr okpu

12)       dkjd fy[kdj fjDr LFkku Hkjks

 

cM+ksa dh vkKk dk ikyu

 

lhñlhñbZñ % ikB dk iBu] y?kq iz'u] dgkuh dk vius 'kCnksa esa o.kZu

14) ck?k vk;k ml jkr (dfork)

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

lqys[k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1) dkO; ikB

2) lquuk

3) cksyuk

4) /kjk izokg

5) lqys[k

6) vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

1) dfork dks lqj vkSj y; ls i<+uk

2) fgald i'kqvks ds ckjs esa d{kk eas ppkZ djukA

3) taxyksa ds egÙo dks crkukA

4) fyax cnyksA

5) 'kCn cukvks cy&cyoku] cyorh

6) fgald i'kqvksa dh lwph cukvks vkSj fp=k ,df=kr djsaA

thoksa ij n;k djksA

 

lhñlhñbZñ % dfork lquuk] dfo dk uke ,oa y?kq iz'u

15 fnlEcj

fc'ku dh fnysjh

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

jpukRed ys[ku

l`tukRed ys[ku

O;kdj.k

lqys[k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

/kjk izokg

1)               Hkk"kk ds Hkkoksa dh vfHkO;fDr dk fodkl

2)         mPpkj.k lq/kj uohu 'kCnksa dk iz;ksx

3)         uohu 'kCnksa dk iz;ksx

4)         fgald i'kqvksa ds ckjs eas tkudkjh

5)         x.kra=k fnol ij cgknqjh ds fy;s iqjLd`r cPpksa dk ifjp; nsukA

6)         okD; lajpuk

 

1)               bl o"kZ fn, x, x.kra=k fnol ij iqjLd`r cPpksa dh lwfp cukvksA

2)         ikB dks lqudj le>us dh n{krk dk fodkl

3)         dgkuh dk vius 'kCnksa esa o.kZu

4)         fdlh taxyh tkuoj ij ,d vuqPNsn fy[kksA

5)         vkn'kZ okpu

6)         vuqdj.k okpu

7)               O;fDrxr okpu

8)         'kCn iwjs djks

9)         okD; cukvks

10)       lkekU; Kku dh tkudkjh

11)       ewy 'kCn NkaVs & lqj{kk] izfrj{kk&j{kk

 

izsjd ?kVukvksa ls izsfjr gksukA

 

lhñlhñbZñ% ikB dk iBu] y?kq iz'u] okD; ljapuk dgkuh vius 'kCnksa esa lquk;sA

16) ikuh js ikuh  (tuojh)

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

lqys[k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i

1) dfork dks lqj vkSj y; ls i

2) ty laj{k.k dh Hkkouk dk fodkl

1) vkn'kZ okpu

2) vuqdj.k okpu

3) O;fDrxr okpu

4) 'kq¼ mPpkj.k

5) opu cnyks

6) 'kq¼ 'kCn Nk¡V dj fy[ksaA

7) ikuh cpkvks ij ,d vuqNsn fy[kksA

8) Hkkjr ds fdu izns'kksa esa Hka;dj ikuh dh leL;k gS irk djks vkSj fy[kksA

ty gh thou gSA

 

 

17)

NksVh lh gekjh unh (dfork)

fyf[kr

iBu

ys[ku

lqys[k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1) dkO; ikB

2) lquuk

3) cksyuk

4) /kjk izokg

5) Írqvksa ds vuqlkj unh ds :i ifjorZu dk Kku

6) Hkkjr dh izeq[k ufn;ksa dh tkudkjh nsukA

1) dfork dks lqj vkSj y; ls i<+uk

2) ty laj{k.k ds fofo/ mik;ksa ij ppkZ djuk

3) ty iznw"k.k ij fp=k izfr;ksfxrk

4) dfork dk dgkuh :ikUrj.k

5) 'kCnksa ds vFkZ fy[kksA

6) okD;ksa esa ^fd* rFkk ^dh* dk iz;ksx djds lgh okD; fy[kksA

7) le> dj fy[ksa%       L=kh&iq:"k

tehu&tk;nkn

isM+&ikS/s

8) rqdkUr 'kCn

gesa viuh ufn;ksa dks xank ugha djuk pkfg,A

18) pqukSrh fgeky; dh

fyf[kr

orZuh

ys[ku

'kCn dks"k

x`gu vè;;u

l`tukRed dk;Z

ifj;kstuk dk;Z

lqys[k

O;kdj.k

ekSf[kd

lquuk

cksyuk

i<+uk

1) {ks=kh; Hkk"kk ds izpfyr 'kCnksa dh tkudkjh nsukA

2) ekufp=k }kjk fgeky; dh HkkSxksfyd fLFkfr dh tkudkjh nsukA

3) fgeky; ds HkkSxksfyd egÙo ls voxr djkukA

1) vkn'kZ okpu

2) O;fDrxr okpu

3) vuqdj.k okpu

4) mÙkjh Hkkjr ds iM+ksl esa fLFkr ns'kksa dks ekufp=k esa n'kkZvksa

5) dEI;wVj }kjk fgeky; ds cQhZys o nqxeZ jkLrksa dks n'kZukA

6) fgeky; {ks=k esa fLFkr rhFkZ LFkkuksa dh lwfp rS;kj djukA

7) iz 'kCnka'k tksM+dj u;k 'kCn cukvks tSls % iz;Ru        &iz$;Ru

iz$frK      &izfrKk

iz$ek.k      &izek.k

izkd`frds laink dks lqjf{kr j[kus dh Hkkouk dk fodklA

 

lhñlhñbZñ % ikB dk iBu] y?kq iz'u fgeky; ls fudyus okyh ufn;ksa ds ukeA

Qjojh

iqujko`fÙk dk;ZA

uksV

  • ikB ds ihNs fn, x, vH;kl dk;Z dks djok;k tk,¡xsA
  • gj ikB lacaf/r dk;Z if=kdk djokbZ tk,xhA
  • es/koh ,oa /heh xfr okys Nk=kksa ds fy, fo'ks"k ifj;kstuk dk;Z dk izko/ku j[kk tk,xkA
  • izfr ekg ikBksa esa fodflr dh xbZ n{krkvksa ds vuq:i d{kk ijh{kk yh tk,xhA

SUBJECT - Mathematics

CLASS – V

Month

Unit Lesson

Competency

E.L.O.

Activity

Skill / values

April and May

24+01=25

Days

Lesson – 1

The Fish Tale

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concept

Activity

  • To draw different sea animals with the help of different shapes
  • To understand various mathematical concepts, such as shapes, estimation simple operations, speed and loans.
  • To be able to understand the number upto lakhs and crores.
  • Make different sea animals with the help of various shapes.
  • Collect and paste the pictures of various types of boats.
  • Write the number names for large numbers, like: One Hundred Lakhs and Crores etc.
  • Arrange an excursion of nearby vegetable market so that the students know about the simple mathematical operations in purchasing the vegetable.

 

To develop reasoning land thinking power of the students

Lesson – 2

Shapes and Angles

Concept

Activity

  • Knowledge about different shapes.
  • To be able to find out the direction from the sun.
  • Classification of different angles.
  • Recognition of the angles in paper folding shapes or changing shapes.
  • To understand a degree clock.
  • Show the different shapes / angels by the paper folding.
  • Mark all the direction in the play ground according to the direction of the sun.
  • Making a degree clock.
  • Recognition of angles by making a paper aeroplane and boat.
  • Power point presentation on angles.

 

To develop creativity and mathematical thinking

June and July

09+26=35

Days

Lesson – 3

How many squares.

Concept

Activity

Mental

Ability

  • To be able to understand the square grid and find out the areas.
  • To notice the geometrical symmetry of the shapes and to find out their areas.
  • To be able to measure the perimetre/dimensions of the shapes.
  • To be able to pantomimes, hexamine puzzles.
  • Calculation of area of different figures using different stamps.
  • Find area of irregular figures using graph paper.
  • Make floor patterns with basic geometrical shapes
  • Trace any figure on a sheet having square grid of 1 cm and find its area.

 

To develop concept of estimation.

 

Lesson – 4

Parts and wholes.

Concept

Activity

  • To know about shape of Tangrams, making puzzles, maps of buildings, shapes and angles.
  • To develope conceptual understanding about fractions.
  • To be able to divide the whole.
  • Re-organization of parts like 1/3rd, 1/4th and 1/8th.
  • Making of patterns by colouring some squares in a grid.
  • Draw four rectangles and divide them into six equal parts in different ways.
  • Solving card puzzles.

 

To inculcate habit of sharing and equal distribution.

August

24 days

Lesson – 5

Does it look the same?

Concept

activity

  • To understands the concept of symmetry.
  • To be able to rotate figures and change their symmetry.
  • To be able to reorganize a figure which looks the same on 1/6, 1/3 turn.
  • Drawing of mirror halves of different objects.
  • Think of some alphabets and numerals that remain same on half turn.
  • Make a windmill with the help of square sheet
  • Draw some shapes which will look the same after 1/3 turn and 1/6 turn.

 

Develops mathematical thinking

 

Lesson – 6

Be my Multiple and I’ll be your factor.

Concept Mental

Ability

  • To be able to understand the concept of multiple.
  • To be able to make similar questions with different multiples.
  • Knowledge about foot and cm scale.
  • Make your own cm scale to get idea about how long a foot is.
  • Write tables from 2 to 20 in your N. Book.
  • Find out even and odd numbers from a given set of numbers.
  • Using multiple tables, grouping of small objects like marbles, seeds, pebbles, etc.

 

Develops

Creativity and

thinking power.

September

24 days

Lesson – 7

Can you see the pattern?

Concept

activity

  • Knowledge about clockwise and anticlockwise turn.
  • Knowledge about Palindromes, Hexagons, calendar magic, Number patterns.
  • To develop the mental images of objects.
  • To make different magic squares and hexagons.
  • Different mathematical patterns to be played in the class.
  • Mark a 3 x 3 box (9 dates) on a calendar and play some magic in calculation.
  • Some words and numbers in special way so that it can be read the same from both side.

 

 

To develop habit of solving puzzles.

 

Lesson – 8

Mapping your way

Concept

Activity

  • To understand the need of a scale.
  • To enlarge and reduce the pictures and maps.
  • To introduce the different directions and places of states in the map of India.
  • Mark states which lie on the cost  line and states which do not lie on the coast line.
  • Draw a picture of diya, leaf and a car on a 2 cm grid.
  • Making of different sketches of the route from school to the home.

Development of accuracy

October

15 days

Lesson – 9

Boxes and Sketches

Concept

activity

  • To develop the mental images of objects.
  • To introduce 2-D and 3-D shapes.,
  • Differentiation of deep drawing and layout planes.
  • Collect 2D and 3D objects and classify them.
  • Making different objects using matchboxes.
  • Model of a cube.
  • Make a bridge using matchboxes.

To make sketch with  accuracy

November

22 days

Lesson – 10

Tenths and Hundredths

Concept

Mental

ability

  • To understand the place value chart including lengths and hundredths.
  • Knowledge about degree Celsius or (°C)
  • Knowledge about different currency of different country.
  • Introduction of decimal and understanding the basic operation of decimals.
  • Knowing the importance of tenths and hundredths place value in the currency.
  • Change the fraction to decimals.
  • Measure the length and width of the shapes in the mathematical garden.
  • Measure the height of students in metres and cm. and compare them.

Handle daily life situation

December

17 days

Lesson – 11

Area and its Boundary

Concept

Activity

Mental

ability

  • Understand the Method to find area of objects of different geometrical shapes
  • To be able to convert the sqm. into sqkm/vice-area.
  • Find out the area of irregular objects.
  • Find the areas of  some irregular figures by dividing them to regular polygons.
  • Find area and perimetre of the shapes in the mathematical garden.
  • Make your own designs and calculate their perimetre and areas.

Development of mathematical attitude

and aptitude.

January

22 days

Lesson – 12

Smart Charts

Concept

activity

  • Knowledge about using the tally mark for large numbers.
  • Representing the data in tabular forms and tally mark.
  • Importance of recording data
  • Using tally marks, measure the height of the students.
  • Make your own family tree.
  • Representing data related to month of birth of the whole class.

Recognition data, categorization and observation.

 

Lesson – 13

Multiply and divide

Concept

Activity

Mental

Ability

  • To understand the strategies of making questions related to the concept of division and multiplication.
  • To use the concept of multiplication and division.
  • Multiplying and dividing different nos. using different methods.
  • Verification of division.

To be able to handle daily transactions with shopkeeper

 

Lesson – 14

How big?

How heavy?

Concept

Activity

Mental

Ability

  • To be able to recognize measuring units
  • To acknowledge the children with the concept of volume and its units.
  • To understand the relation of volume and cm cubes.
  • Make a paper cube.
  • Take a box and find its volume by using one cubic cm.
  • Make your own sweet box and measure it volume.

To be able to measurements

 

FEBRUARY:    REVISION

SUBJECT - EVS

CLASS – V

Month

Unit Lesson

Competency

E.L.O.

Activity

Skill / values

April &May

24+01=25

days

 

Lesson – 1

Super senses

 

 

ORAL

C.C.E

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • Oral C.C.E
    • Group Discussion
    • Understand animals behaviour
    • Knowledge of super senses
    • Awareness about the environment
    • To develop the environmental sensitivity
    • Students will be able to tell the smells that they like and they don’t like.
    • Outdoor activities-smell of plants, garbage, burning smell, petrol, spoiled food etc (Identification)
    • Indoor activities-pictures of animals and their activities in the jungle will be shown on OHP and LCD.
    • Students will identify the activities related to the alarm mechanism.
    • Discovery channel.

 

 

Love for animals

 

Lesson – 2

A snake charmer’s story

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • Able to identify different types of snakes.
  • Able to understand the regional customs related to the snakes.
  • Able to understand Traditional Musical Instruments.
  • Knowledge of poisonous creatures on earth
  • Knowledge of folk dances related to snakes
  • Knowledge of conservation of animals
  • Making puppets of snakes
  • Motivate to collect the different models of snake reptiles.
  • Making been /flute of gourd
  • Visit to a zoo
  • Group discussion on snakes and life of snake charmers.
  • Group discussion and role play about the superstition and the behaviours of snakes.

 

 

Conservation of animals

 

Relationship and interdependence between animals and human beings.

June

09 days

Lesson – 3

From tasting and digesting

  • Environmental

sensitivity

  • Concept
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Awareness about good food
  • To differentiate between different combination of tastes and areas of taste on tongue
  • Students will understand the importance of glucose
  • Identify different food items and combination of taste
  • Dramatization as a hungry child
  • Identify healthy and unhealthy child
  • Visit to a nearby clinic and show how the glucose drip is given.
  • Displaying the model of digestive system (visit to school lab)
  • List the food items you like and dislike

 

 

To develop healthy food habits

July

26 days

Lesson – 4

Mangoes round the year

  • Environmental

Sensitivity

  • concept
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity
  • Group Discussion
  • To understand different reasons for spoilage of food.
  • To understand the methods of food preservation.
  • To understand the techniques and skills involves in preservation.
  • Sugar and Jaggery are very good preservatives
  • Class quiz related to types of food that spoil fast or that takes time.
  • Keeping some bread for a few days on the open for the students to note down the changes.
  • Preparation of pickles/ murabbas, jams, chatneys, papad etc.
  • Visit a grocery shop and classify the food items which get spoilt soon

 

 

Preservation of food.

 

Lesson – 5

Seeds and seeds

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • Concept of proper time and temperature for sprouting.
  • Understand the concept of growth in plants
  • Seeds need both water and air to geminate
  • Growing seeds of a new plant and note down the observation.
  • Collect different types of seeds and observe their sprouting
  • Draw the step-vise process of germination.

 

 

Sprouted cereal are good for health

 

Lesson – 6

Every drop counts

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • Knowledge about traditional sources  and techniques of water management
  • Understand the custom of traditional values regarding water
  • Water is very precious and we should use it wisely
  • Visit to various sources of water resources
  • Paste the cutting from news: papers regarding the programs and methods adopted by different states on water preservation
  • Project - Collect the bill of water for different months.
  • Make a poster on water preservation

Preservation of water

 

Respect for traditional values  and customs

 

August

24 days

Lesson – 7

Experiments with water

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • To learn and to do the experiments with water related to ours daily usage.
  • More amount of slat on water will make things float
  • Experiments related to the concept of sinking and floating
  • To identify soluble and insoluble materials
  • Activity related to evaporation
  • Draw the diagram of water cycle.

 

 

Save water

 

Lesson – 8

A treat for mosquitoes

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • Awareness about the spreading of malaria, dengue and chicken gunia.
  • Knowledge of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
  • Collect newspaper cutting related to different diseases
  • Pasting photocopy of children’s personal health and vaccination card
  • Keep a poster with a message “keep the surrounding clean”
  • Draw a poster on avoiding water stagnation.

 

 

Awareness about communicable disease

 

 

Keep the surrounding clean

 

 

Lesson – 9

Up you go

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • To know about mountaineering camp.
  • Feeling of togetherness
  • Friendship knows no barrier of language.
  • Collection of photographs of mountaineering equipments.
  • Pasting the pictures of famous mountaineers
  • Arranging camps, excursions, rock climbing etc
  • Group discussion after exertion
  • Write the names of five persons who had climbed the Mount Everest.

 

 

 

Respect for different language.

September

24 days

Lesson – 10

Wall tell stories

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity Group Discussion
  • Able to appreciate public monuments
  • Knowledge about historical monuments.
  • To gain the structural knowledge of the old buildings.
  • Pasting of pictures related to the historical monuments.
  • Discussion on Golconda Fort/other forts
  • Role play about food habits, clothes, life style of people during the  Mughal Period of the Indian history
  • Visit to a museum
  • Paste pictures of five Indian monuments and write their name and place

 

 

Respect for culture

To protect historical monuments and national heritage.

 

Lesson-11

Sunita in Space

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. To develop scientific aspect and thinking
  2. To understand the shape of earth, the meaning of space and concept of gravitation
  3. Experiences about the people living in space
  4. Knowledge about satellite
  5. Read biographies of different astronauts
  6. Making of rockets model
  7. to watch flying birds
  8. magic – A tiny paper races a coin (to clarify the concept of heavy and light)

To develop the interest in space travel

 

 

Lesson-12

What if it finishes?

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. Knowledge about renewable and non-renewable resources
  2. Knowledge about means of transport
  3. knowledge about fuel, petrol, diesel etc
  4. Source of oil is limited use it wisely
  5. Collect the information about means of transport
  6. Visit nearby petrol pump
  7. Group activity (pollution) Note down the numbers and types of vehicles on the road causing noise and air pollution
  8. concept – uses of LPG Kerosene, Petrol on daily life
  9. Draw the different ways we can use renewable resources

Save our natural resources

October

15 days

Lesson-13

A shelter so High

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. Awareness regarding high attitude
  2. To gain the knowledge of habit and habitats of people living in different states
  3. houses are built according to the climate
  4. Observe the pictures of mountain and different types of houses and costumes in different areas
  5. Note down the temperature report from news paper or television
  6. Paste pictures of different types of houses in hilly areas of India
  7. Name five hill station and their location

East of West home is the best

 

Lesson-14

When the Earth Shook

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. Awareness about the natural calamities
  2. To get the knowledge about earthquakes
  3. Humans live in the farm of societies

 

  1. Show CD n natural calamities
  2. Collect the pictures related to earthquakes
  3. discussion on harmful effects and prevention from natural disaster type of houses and material to be used
  4. write a paragraph on flood and collect the picture of flood

Awareness regarding natural calamities

November

22 days

Lesson-15

Blow hot Blow Cold

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. To be able to understand the effects and differentiate cold and hot
  2. Hot air light and rises up, cold air is heavy and comes down
  3. Feel the touch of hot and cold materials provided like cold water, tea, etc.
  4. List the things, you blow for some purpose

Sense of hot and cold

 

Lesson-16

Who will do this work

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. Knowledge of different types of cleaning jobs
  2. Every person should do every kind of work
  3. Visit to toilets
  4. visit to school stores, corridors etc
  5. find out and paste the picture of five personalities who fought against untouchability

Habit of cleanliness

December

17 days

Lesson-17

Across the wall

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. Knowledge of different types of outdoor activities
  2. Equal opportunities for all in games
  3. Visit to playground, auditorium and watch matches
  4. Make a list of indoor and outdoor
  5. Similar games for boys and girls (make a list)
  6. make a list of games that are played in team or individual

Develop a sense to togetherness

 

Lesson-18

No place for us

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. Knowledge about the families who migrate in search of work
  2. Village life is simple than city life
  3. Discussion on ‘Displacement and transfer’
  4. Make a list of transferred students and newly admitted students and study their problems in new situation

Helping people in new place

January

22 days

Lesson-19

A seed tells a farmer’s story

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. Modern methods of farming
  2. To understand the progress and development in farming
  3. Visit to a nearby farm and talk to a farmer
  4. Observe models of farming implements
  5. List of farming implements
  6. Play a role model of farmer

Respect for different professions

 

Lesson-20

Whose Forest?

  • Environmental sensitivity
  • Concept
  • Scientific skills
  • Activity
  • Group discussion
  1. To learn about tribal community
  2. Save trees and save forest
  3. discussion on organization or people working to save forest
  4. Tribal dance
  5. Making of tribal mask

Save forest and wild life

 

Lesson – 21

  • Scientific

Skill

  • Activity
  • Oral C.C.E
  • Group Discussion
  • To understand the issue related to Polio and Pulse Polio
  • Knowledge of genetic transmission
  • Discussion on a child who is suffering from Polio
  • Discussion on traits that resemble with the family members.

Self respect

 

Lesson – 22

On the move again

  • Environmental
  • Sensitivity
  • Scientific

Skill

  • Oral C.C.E
  • Group Discussion
  • To understand the issues related to borrowing money / loans / debts and agents
  • Rain is the main source of irrigation
  • Role play as a sugarcane farmer.
  • Collect the information  about different types of farmers.
  • Make a list of people who migrate to the cities in search of job.

 

 

Togetherness Community

Relations

Brotherhood.

February

Revision