Secondary-Stage-Subjects

Secondary Stage Subjects

1. Subject: English

Theme

Le-1: This story takes us to the world of the future where computers will play a major role. Let the children talk freely about how they imagine the schools of the future that their own children might go to.

Le-2,4,6,8: about the biographical stories of Evelyn Glennie, Bismillah Khan, Einstein, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Santosh Yadav, Maria Sharpova which tell us of people who have achieved success and recognition through determination, hard work and courage. The children may be asked to think of potential barriers to success, and of people who have overcome them.

Le-3: the story is about feelings of the young girl towards her father.

Le-5: Humorous story about the snake and the narrator who is a doctor.

Le-7: The story is about the confusion and mess made by inexperienced packing

Le-9: The story is about a strong attachment bond, love and friendship between human being and wild animal that becomes as pet.

Le-10: It is an excerpted from Heaven Lake, a travelogue in which Vikram Seth gives an account of what he saw, thought and felt when he travelled from China to Tibet.

Le-11: This is an act-play ,about how criminal enters into the house.

Supplementary (Moments): Supplementary stories are moral stories which includes the adventure stories, ghost stories and foolish stories. From these stories students learn boldness, strongness, helping nature .And these morals act as stepping stone for students personal development

Grammar: Letter writing Propositions Story writing Picture composition Article writing Direct and Indirect speech Gap filling Active and passive voice Edition/omission Sentence re-ordering Tenses Articles Modals Conjunctions

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips.

2. Subject: Telugu

Theme

1,2,3,4,5,8 – భారతంలో పాండవుల అనురాగం, పేదవారిపట్ల సానుభూతి, నైతిక విలువలు, సామాజిక స్పృహ, సాహిత్య సేవ, దేశభక్తి. 7,10,11,12 – స్నేహం యొక్క విలువ, మాయకు ఉన్న గొప్పదనం, మానవసంబంధాలు, జీవకారున్యం, మానవులకు, జంతువులకు వున్న అవినాభావ సంబంధం.
ఉపవాచకం : 1,2,3,4,5 – దేశం కొరకు, తెలంగాణ రాష్ట్రం కొరకు పాటు పడిన త్యాగమూర్తుల ప్రాణ త్యాగాల గురించి,
భక్తి తత్పరత.

Grammar – చందసు – లఘువు గురువు గుర్తులు, లక్షణాలు, యతి, ప్రాస, యతి మైత్రి అలంకారాలు – అలంకార లక్షణాలు, లక్షణ సమన్వయము వివరణ సంధులు – సంధి వివరణ, సంధి విచ్చేదన, సంధి సూత్రాలు, ఉదాహరణలు.
జాతీయాలు – లక్షణ, వివరణ, సామెతలు – లక్షణం వివరణ

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

3. Subject: Mathematics 

Theme

 Irrational numbers, Real numbers, operations on Real numbers, Represent Real numbers on number line. • Polynomials in one variable, remainder theorem, zeroes of polynomial, Algebraic identities.• Linear equations in two variables, graph of a linear equation in two variables ,Cartesian system.• Congruence of triangles, criteria for congruence of triangles, properties of triangles, quadrilateral, parallelogram and types of quadrilateral ,mid- point theorem, angle sum property of triangle and quadrilateral, Equal chords of a circle, cyclic quadrilateral, angle subtended by a chord at the point.• Bisect an angle, draw the perpendicular bisector of given line segment.
• Area of a triangle by using Heron’s formula, applications of Heron’s formula in finding the areas of quadrilaterals.• Curved/Lateral surface area, total surface area and volume of cube, cuboid, right circular cone, cylinder ,sphere and Hemisphere.• Collection of data, presentation of data, Central tendency – Mean, Median and Mode.• Probability – tossing a coin, dice and their total outcomes, Experimental approach.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

4. Subject: Science-Biology 

5.Fundamental unit of life

6.Tissues

7.Diversity in living organisms

Chapter 5,6,7 focus on basic structural organization from cell to organism.Types of tiisue sin plants and animals and functions in chapter

6.varied life forms are present on earth and there is need for classifying based on characteristics.

Chapter 13-Why do we fall ill?-chapter focus on to general concept of health, disease-types of diseases, vaccination, causative agents of diseases.

Chapter 14 and 15 Natural Resources and Improvement in food resources respectively-Focus on 14.Importance of natural resources-interrelation between biotic and abiotic factors. 15.Improving food varieties to meet the requirements of growing population.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

5. Subject: Science-Physical Sciences

Theme

Pictures and techniques videos for food improvement.

Chapter 1,2-What is the matter, state of matter,mixture, solution, separation of different component, separation of mixture.

Chapter 3,4- What are the atoms and molecule, chemical formula, structure of atom, electron, proton ,neutrons orbit and shells.

Chapter 8, 9, 10- Motion, law of motion, graphical representation of law of motion which represented 3 law of motion, gravitational force, inertia , momentum.

Chapter-11 What is energy and forms of energy, kinetic energy potential energy.

Chapter-12 How does sound produce, ultrasound infra sound their application, Sonar .

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

Subject: Social Science-Geography 

Theme

Geography of India, Indian size and location, Physical features of India and how physical features are important to climate, monsoon climate of India give rise the flow of Drainage in north and south of India. Climatic conditions will give rise to different vegetation and wild life. Population: Size, Distribution, density and population growth and change.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

Subject: Social Science-History

Theme

Revolutions of the world countries, how the people revolt against their rulers to change the government. The French revolution led to the end of Monarchy in France, Russian revolution raised the question of economic equality and the well-being of workers and peasants. Livelihoods, economies and societies: It will show how in the 19th century the growth of industries and urban centres.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

Subject: Social Science-Political Science 

Theme

This book is about Democracy, how democracy has expanded during the last hundred years to more and more countries of the world. We can distinguish a democratic form of government from a non- democratic form of government

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method.

Subject: Social Science-Economics 

Theme

Farming is the main activity in India, several activities are depend on agriculture People as resource: Population is an asset for economy rather than a liability.Poverty as a challenge: Multi-dimensional problems explained though examples. Anti-poverty measures taken by government are also explained. Food security in India: Food security means availability, accessibility and affordability. It depends on Public Distribution System (PDS).

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

1. Subject: English

Theme

Le-1: The story ‘A letter to God’ highlights immense power in man’s innocent faith in God. It teaches us that if man had child-like faith in God, he can accomplish anything considered impossible.

Le-2,4: Autobiographies of Nelson Mandela and Anne Frank.

Le-3: The story is about a seagull who is on its stage of learning how to fly and how to overcome fears and move forward.

Le-5,6: This story teaches us we should never make fun of the unique differences of our fellow human beings. We should try to accept them as they are and be co-operative with them.

Le-7: Glimpses of India Extracts from ‘ A baker from Goa’, ‘Coorg’ and ‘Tea from Assam’.

Le-8: This story explains that author’s pet dog has died and he became very sad and he thought that life without pet was quite lonely. He saw some Arab people having otters as pets and he also thought of having an otter.

Le-9: About 8 years old girl, who wanted to travel bus and she does it all alone but in the process she experience something which changes her perception.

Le-10: It is about the how Gouthama Buddha went to Buddhism and he gave his first sermon at Benares about one inscrutable kind of suffering (death). Here, the Buddha tells about the universality of death which is inevitable and can’t be escaped.

Le-11: It is based on two people who love each other by fighting. And act like a married couple before they become engaged.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

Supplementry (Foot prints with out feet): Supplementary stories are moral stories which includes honesty, discovery, scientist, reality, cunning, self confidence.

Grammar: Tenses Story writing Modals Letter writing Active and passive voice Gap filling Direct and Indirect speech Sentence-reordering Determiners Article writing Prepositions Picture composition Articles Conjunctions Omission/Editing

2. Subject:Telugu

Theme

1,2,4,5,7,9,11 – ధాన గుణము, భాషాభిమానం, సామాజిక చైతన్యం, సామాజిక స్పృహ, నైతిక ఆధ్యాత్మిక విలువలు, మానవ సంబంధాలు. 3,8,10 – తెలంగాణ వీరుల ప్రాశస్త్యం, తెలంగాణ ఆవిర్భావ,గోల్కొండ కోట వైభవం, తెలంగాణ వైభవం, సంస్కృతి. ఉపవాచకం : రామాయణం – పుత్ర సంతానం, పట్టాభిషేకం, అన్నతముల అనురాగం రామసుగ్రీవుల మైత్రి, హనుమంతుని భక్తిభావం సీతాపహరణం, సీతాన్వేషణ, లంక దహనం, రామరావణ యుద్ధం

Grammar – చందసు – లఘువు గురువు గుర్తులు, లక్షణాలు, యతి, ప్రాస, యతి మైత్రి అలంకారాలు – అలంకార లక్షణాలు, లక్షణ సమన్వయము వివరణ సంధులు – సంధి వివరణ, సంధి విచ్చేదన, సంధి సూత్రాలు, ఉదాహరణలు.
జాతీయాలు – లక్షణ, వివరణ, సామెతలు – లక్షణం వివరణ

Pre Math Concept, Numbers 1 -50, Before, After and Between numbers, basic shapes, Basic colours,Forward and Backward counting

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

3. Subject: Mathematics  

Theme

Real numbers, Euclid’s division lemma, Revisiting Irrational, Rational numbers. Zeroes of a polynomial, Relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial, division algorithm for polynomials. Pairs of linear equations in two variables, Algebraic and graphical methods of a pair of linear equations, substitution method, elimination method and cross-multiplication method. Quadratic equations, solution of quadratic equation by factorization method , Nature of roots. Arithmetic progression – finding the nth term of AP, sum of first n terms of an AP. Similar figures, similarity of triangles, criteria for similarity of triangles, areas of similar triangles, Pythagoras theorem. Coordinate geometry – Distance formula, Section formula, area of triangle. Trigonometric ratios, trigonometric ratios of specific angles, complementary angles and trigonometric identities. Applications of trigonometry-heights and distances. Tangent to a circle, number of tangents from a point on a circle ,division of a line segment, construction of tangents to a circle. Perimeter and area of a circle, area of a sector and segment of a circle and curved/Lateral surface areas of solids, total surface areas and volume of solids ,frustum of a cone. Mean , Median and Mode of grouped data, graphical representation of cumulative frequency distribution. Probability – theoretical approach, tossing a coin ,dice and their total outcomes of an experiment, playing 52 cards.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

4. Subject: Science-Biology 

Theme

Chapter 6 and 7 Focus on living organisms which include the life processes in plants and animals,communication in plants and animals in control and coordination

Chapter 8-how do organisms reproduce?Need of reproduction ,types of reproduction ,reproduction in flower and humans.

Chapter 9:Heredity and evolution-basic tool of heredity that is gene,inheritance by Mendel crosses,evolution process and factors affecting evolution.

Chapter 15 and 16. Our environment and management of natural resources -are about environment concern.Conservation of environment and to save natural resources from exploitation.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

5. Subject: Science-Physical  Sciences

Theme

Chapter 1,2 – What is chemical reaction , their physical and chemical properties , properties of acids , bases and salt . PH scale.

Chapter 3,4 – Physical and chemical properties of metal and non-metals, carbon and its compound, nomenclature.

Chapter 5- How to classify the elements in Mendeleev periodic table and modern periodic table ethics of Mendeleev periodic table advantage of modern periodic table. chapter 10 ,11 reflection and refraction of light, image formation , power of accommodation, defect of eye vision, atmospheric , ray diagram.

Chapter-12,13 –Re sister in series, parallel heating effect of electric current, magnetic effect of electric current, electric motor and generator , domestic electric circuits.

Chapter 14- Conventional and non-conventional sources of energy, different forms of energy.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

6. Subject: Social Science-Geography 

Theme

Resources and development is a process of transformation of things available in our environment it involves an inter-dependent and inter-related. Three economical activities are explained. (primary: Agriculture and Minerals, Secondary: Industries, Tertiary: Transport, communication and trade). Water Resources: Water is a renewable resource, how dams help us in conserving and managing water.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

7. Subject: Social Science-History  

Theme

The history of its existence is no more than 250 years old. How did the modern nation come into being? How did people being to see themselves as belonging to a nation? The sense of belonging to a nation developed only over a period of time. The idea of nationalism emerged in Europe, how territories were unified, and national governments formed. It also help to understand how nationalism is colonial countries can develop in a variety of ways, glorify contracting ideas, and be linked to different modes of struggle. Print culture, we might find it difficult today to imagine a time when printing was still unknown. We learn how the history of the contemporary world is intimately connected with the growth of print.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

8. Subject: Social Science-Political Science 

Theme

In these chapters, we explore various forms of power sharing and shaping of power in a democracy. It also tells us how different political organisations and movements are important in democratic politics.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

9. Subject: Social Science-Economics

Theme

Development has many processes in Indian economy. Development is studied mainly as a phenomenon that acquired significance growth of Industries. They includes the development of health and education and other indicators that along with income, broadly define the quality of life of a people.

Methodology

Role Play, Activity Based Learning, Discussion, Explanation, Dramatisation, SLP, SEDSS, Project Based Learning, Field Trips, Methods, Questioning Method Activity Method

 

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