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SA-1 Datesheet of class 3rd to 10th of Govt. MODEL HIGH SCHOOL, Chandigarh

// September 11th, 2012 // No Comments » // CBSE, Class IX, VI CLASS, VII CLASS, VIII CLASS, X class

Summative Assessment-I, SEPT. 2012 Date-sheet of class 3rd to 10th,

Govt. MODEL HIGH SCHOOL,

Chandigarh.

How to get prepare for SA-1 Exam

SA-1 Sample Papers for 9th & 10th Class

Class Wise Date Sheet

Date

Day

10th

9th

8th

7th

6th

5th

4th

3rd

13/9/12

Thursday

Math’s

S.Std.

Eng.

Eng.

Evs.

Eng.

14/9/12

Friday

H/Pb-II

Comp.

Comp.

Drg.

15/9/12

Saturday

Skt.

Sci.

S.Std.

16/9/12

Sunday

17/9/12

Monday

S.Std

Sci.

Sci.

S.Std

Math’s

Pb-II

18/9/12

Tuesday

Eng.

Drg

19/9/12

Wednesday

Eng.

H/Pb-I

H/Pb-I

Dr/H/M/Skt

20/9/12

Thursday

Math’s

H/Pb-I

Eng.

Math

21/9/12

Friday

Hindi

H/Pb-II

Math’s

H/Pb-I

22/9/12

Saturday

Pbi.

Evs.

Math

Evs.

23/9/12

Sunday

24/9/12

Monday

Math’s

Eng

Eng.

Math’s

25/9/12

Tuesday

S.Std.

H/Pb-II

Hindi

26/9/12

Wednesday

Pbi

Dr/H/M/Skt

Dr/H/M/Skt

Sci.

Hindi

27/9/12

Thursday

Hindi

Comp.

Drg.

Comp.

28/9/12

Friday

Sci

Comp.

Comp.

H/Pb-II

29/9/12

Saturday

Skt.

Acti.

Acti.

Acti.

FA III & FA IV Framework

// October 13th, 2011 // No Comments » // Class IX, VI CLASS, VII CLASS, VIII CLASS, X class

Formative Assessment III 10% in October-November

Formative Assessment IV 10% in January- February

FA III +FA IV = 20%

Summative1 40% March SA2 = 40%

Total Formative Assessments = FA1 + FA2 + FA3 + FA4= 40%

Smmative Assessments = SA1 + SA 2= 60%

The following points have to be noted by teachers and students (For Classes IX & X).

• There are two formative assessments each in the first and second term.

• Each Formative Assessment is again divided into smaller assessments (class

assignments, quiz, projects, written tests) which can carry different marks.

• Each formative assessment has a weightage of 10% which can be arrived at by

taking an average of all tasks or the best three or four.

• The total weightage of all the four formative assessments is 40%.

• The time-frame, split up of syllabus as per the four formative assessments,

and the minimum number of suggested tasks for each formative assessment have been given in the annual planner for each subject.

The annual planner is only suggestive and schools can adapt it as per their needs

Syllabus of SA-II CBSE 7th Class

// September 30th, 2011 // No Comments » // VII CLASS

Syllabus of 7th CBSE SA-II is given as:

1.Comparing quantities-Introduction, equivalent ratios, Percentage-another way of comparing quantities, Use of percentages, Prices related to an item or buying and selling, change given on borrowed money or simple interest.

2.Rational numbers-Introduction, need for rational numbers, what are rational numbers, positive and negative rational numbers, rational numbers on a number line, rational number in standard form, comparison of rational numbers, rational numbers between two rational numbers, operations on rational numbers.

3.Practical geometry-Introduction, construction of a line parallel to a given line, through a point not on the line, construction of triangle, Constructing a triangle when the lengths of its three sides are known (SSS criterion), Constructing a triangle when the lengths of two sides and the measure of the angle between them are known (SAS criterion), Construction of triangle when the measures of two of its angles and the length of the side included between them is given (ASA criterion), Constructing a right angled triangle when the lengths of one leg and its hypotenuse are given (RHS criterion).

4.Perimeter and area-Introduction, squares and rectangles, Area of parallelograms, Area of triangle, circles, area of circle, Conversion of units, Applications.

5.Algebraic expressions-Introduction, how they formed, terms of an expression, like and unlike terms, monomials, binomials, trinomials and polynomials, addition and subtraction of algebraic expressions, finding the value of an expression, Using algebraic expressions-formulas and rules.

6.Exponent and powers-Introduction, Exponents, Laws of exponents, Miscellaneous examples using the law of exponents, Decimal number system, Expressing large numbers in the standard form.

7.Symmetry-Introduction, Lines of symmetry for regular polygons, Rotational symmetry, line symmetry and rotational symmetry.

8.Visualising solid shapes-Introduction, Faces, Edges and vertices, Nets for building 3D shapes, Drawing solids on a flat surface, viewing different section of a solid.

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7th CBSE Reference Books Solutions.

 

IIT- JEE  Foundation Program.

 

Olympiad Foundation Program.

 

Vedic Mathematics.

 

 

7th CBSE Full Package.

 

 

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