He values and capabilities necessary for making right

He values and capabilities necessary for making right

He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert Class XI He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert City Montessori School, Lucknow Syllabus 2010-2011 Class XI S. No. 1.

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16. 17. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES MORAL EDUCATION: To develop in every student the essential elements of morality. To develop the values and capabilities necessary for making right decisions and upright conduct.

3. To develop in them the attitude of open mindedness, to appreciate and be ready to accept others and to act constructively not defensively. .

To develop the skill of striving not only for good but to handle the conflicting situations without demeaning self and others. 5. To develop the ability to monitor themselves and find out constructive ways of conflict resolutions. 6. To promote the development of good character for the purpose of lessening crime and raising the standard of good citizenship.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE: To develop habits of: a. clear articulate expression, using accepted syntactical forms and structures with a firm grasp of idioms; b. critical thinking, involving assessment and analysis of the written material provided. . To develop the capacity to critically and innovatively examine and to assess the value of passages of argumentative writing, to consider the assumptions upon which the arguments rest and to trace the implications that follow. 3. To develop adequate and appropriate vocabulary.

4. To develop the ability to comprehend and appreciate good prose. ENGLISH (Prescribed Texts): 1. 2. 3.

4. HINDI: 1. To develop an appreciation of literature through a critical study of selected literary works. To help students achieve through the study of literature, an understanding of the study of man.To create an interest in the warp of thought, which differs from that of the group to which, the student belongs.

To develop the power of expression. 1. 1. 2. Subject Moral Education English Language English (Prescribed Texts) Hindi Mathematics Physics Chemistr y Biology Economics Commerce Accounts Computer Science History Psychology Biotechnology Geography Environmental Education Page Number 6 7 8 11 13 15 19 21 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 34 36 NOTE: Please refer to ISC Council Syllabus and Scope of Syllabus 2012 for further reference.To develop habits of clear articulate expression using accepted syntactical forms and structures, with a firm grasp of idiom and to comprehend and appreciate good prose.

2. To expose candidates to a deeper knowledge and appreciation of literary works in the language. HISTORY: 1. To provide accurate knowledge of the most significant events and personalities of the period under study in sequence and in context. 1 2 He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert Class XI 2.

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6. 7. To familiarise candidates with factual evidence.To develop an understanding of the existence of problems and relevance of evidence of explanations.

To develop the capacity to marshal facts and evaluate evidence and to discuss issues from a historical point of view. To develop the capacity to read historical views in the light of new evidence or new interpretation of evidence. To foster a sense of historical continuity. To familiarise candidates with various types of historical evidence and to provide some awareness of the problems involved in evaluating different kind of source materials.He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert ACCOUNTS: 1.

2. To provide an understanding of the principles of accounts and practice in recording transactions and interpreting individual as well as company accounts. To develop an understanding of the form and classification of financial statements as a means of communicating financial information. MATHEMATICS: 1 To enable candidates to acquire knowledge and to develop an understanding of the terms, concepts, symbols, definitions, principles, processes and formulae of mathematics.To develop the ability to apply the knowledge and understanding of mathematics to unfamiliar situations or to new problems. To develop skills of – ? computation ? drawing geometrical figures and graphs ? reading tables, charts, graphs, etc.

To develop an appreciation of the role of mathematics in day-to-day life. To develop an interest in mathematics. To develop a scientific attitude through the study of mathematics. 2 PSYCHOLOGY: 1.

2. 3. To develop an understanding of human behaviour: the nature of individuals and of members of social groups.To develop an understanding of the methods of research and study employed in psychology. To develop an appreciation of the practical value of psychology and its applications in daily life.

3 4 5 6 ECONOMICS: 1. To enable candidates to acquire knowledge, information and develop an understanding of facts, terms, concepts, conventions, trends, principles, generalisations, assumptions, hypothesis, problems, processes etc. in economics. To acquaint candidates with tools of economic analysis. To develop an understanding of important economic problems.

To acquaint candidates with the main institutions through which the productive process is carried out. To develop an understanding of the role of institutions in the functioning of an economy. To enable candidates to compare their own economic structure with that of the other areas of the world. PHYSICS: 1. To enable candidates to acquire knowledge and to develop an understanding of the terms, facts, concepts, definitions, fundamental laws, principles and processes in the field of physics.

To develop the ability to apply the knowledge and understanding of physics to unfamiliar situations.To develop a scientific attitude. To develop skills in – a. the practical aspects of handling apparatus, recording observations and b. drawing diagrams, graphs etc. To develop an appreciation of the contribution of physics towards scientific and technological developments and towards human happiness.

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4. 5. COMMERCE: 1.

2. 3. 4. To develop an interest in the theory and practice of business, trade and industry. To familiarise candidates with theoretical foundations, organising, managing and handling operations of a business firm.To provide a study of the more important aspects of the commercial world. To provide knowledge of the activities of commerce in the marketing of goods and services.

CHEMISTRY: 1. 2. 3. 4. To foster acquisition of knowledge and understanding of terms, concepts, facts, processes and principles. To develop the ability to apply the knowledge of contents and principles in new and unfamiliar situations. To develop skills in proper handling of chemicals and apparatus.

To develop an ability to appreciate achievements and its role in nature and society. 3 4He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert Class XI 5. To develop an interest in activities involving the usage of the knowledge of chemistry. He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION: 1 2 3 4 5 6 To develop an in-depth understanding of various environmental issues and concerns of national and global importance. To develop a balanced view of the relationship between environment and development.

To understand basic concepts related to sustainable development vis-a-vas improvement of quality of life.To develop a deeper concern for the environment and the sense of commitment and responsibility to take proactive action. To appreciate the variety in living organisms and recognise India as a megadiversity nation. To appreciate the role of the individual, community, national and international agencies in resolving the environmental problems.

BIOLOGY: 1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. To enable candidates to acquire the knowledge and to develop an understanding of biological terms, concepts, facts, principles, formulae, etc. To create awareness about the problems of the environment and the manner in which these problems can be overcome.To develop the ability to appreciate biological phenomena in nature and the contribution of biology to human welfare.

To develop interest in plants and animals and in their respective environments. To develop scientific attitude towards biological phenomena. To create awareness of the fundamentals of human biology, food, health, nutrition and population control.

COMPUTER SCIENCE: 1. 2. 3.

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To enable students to comprehend basic concepts and practices for problem solving. To develop an understanding of how a computer stores and processes data.To develop the ability to describe the major components of computer hardware and their functions and interactions. To develop the ability to analyse applications and systems of interacting objects. To develop the ability to code, test, debug, document and validate programs to implement various algorithms. To develop an appreciation of the implications of computer use in everyday life in contemporary society. MORAL EDUCATION Name of the Textbook: Publisher: Suggested Month July Student’s Handbook For Spiritual Education CMS Publication BIOTECHNOLOGY: 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.To enable candidates to acquire the knowledge and develop an understanding of how materials are provided by biological agents to provide goods and services.

To appreciate the role played by biotechnology in improving health care of human beings. To understand the interdisciplinary nature of this subject. To create awareness about the appreciation of biological processes to industries.

To develop the abitity to appreciate biological phenomenon in nature and the contribution of biotechnology to human welfare. To develop scientific attitude towards biological phenomenon.August – September Note: All written work to be done in the prescribed book only.

I Term July – September Chapter Name of the Chapter Number Students’s Hand Book for Spiritual Sec ‘C’ Education Chapter 1 ? Introduction Chapter 2 ? The Extended Family 59-63 64-69 II Term October – February Chapter Name of the Chapter Number 70-76 3 ? Managing one’s affairs and responsibilities with rectitide of conduct. January ? Revision of Sec A and B (Oral) Note: Sec D – page 83 six pillars of character development – for prayer assembly. Suggested Month November – December 6 5 He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. Joseph Joubert Class XI He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet.

– Joseph Joubert (* One Test Paper to be done every month) (** October and November to be considered as one month i. e. only one test paper to be done in both the months.

) Paper 1: English Language (3 hours, 80 marks) Internal assessment: Question 1 – A composition on one of a number of subjects. (450-500 words) (300 words) Question 4 – Comprehension (about 500 words will be provided) … 20 marks … 15 marks … 25 marks. Question 2 – A short composition based on the information and ideas provided.Question 3 – Short-answer questions to test grammar, structure and usage. … 20 marks ENGLISH LANGUAGE * English Language test papers to be prescribed by the subject teacher at the branch level. JULY – FEBRUARY Question No.

1. a b c d e f g 2. Topics Composition: narrative descriptive reflective imaginative abstract / exposition argumentative story writing Report Writing: – an accident – a natural calamity – coverage of an official function – visit of a dignitary – an article – an incident – F. I.

R. – any other topic Review Writing on: – a film – a book – a testimonial – curriculum vitae – any other topic 3.Functional Grammar: a. transformation of sentences b. prepositions c.

tenses 4. Comprehension: a (i) similar meaning sentences (ii) different meaning sentences (iii) two line explanation b. comprehension questions c.

precis writing REVISION / HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION (October) REVISION / ANNUAL EXAMINATION (February) 7 … 20 Marks Please note: Refer to the Council Syllabus 2012. ENGLISH (Prescribed Texts) Name of the Textbook: 1. 2.

3. 4. 1.

2. 3. 4. 1.

2. 3. 4. Pygmalion / Macbeth Footprints Hues Starlight Bernard Shaw / Shakespeare Ed. by Stephen DaCosta Anupam Bannerjee, Barry Antunis, S.

Thomas, Sumana Saha Ed. by Guy Kenneth Dantes Orient Longman / OUP Evergreen Macmillan Orient Black Swan Author: Publisher: JULY – SEPTEMBER Suggested Month July Chapter Number Name of the Chapter Macbeth – Act I (Scenes 1, 2, 3 and 4) Pygmalion – Act I, Act II Starlight Ode on a Grecian Urn Hues 8 Page 1-13 7-19, 20-50 39 8 He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert Class XI 3 The Portrait of a Lady 24 4 Growing Up 30 Footprints 2 On Saying “Please” 9 August Macbeth – Act I (Scenes 5, 6 and 7) 13-22 Pygmalion – Act II (cont. 20-50 Starlight 7 Ode to the West Wind 35 19 Telephone Conversation 76 Hues The Rattrap 38 5 Footprints 5 September A Bachelor’s Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People Macbeth – Revision Pygmalion – Revision Hues A Devoted Son Footprints Of Studies REVISION HALF–YEARLY EXAMINATION 9 OCTOBER – FEBRUARY Suggested Month October Chapter Number Name of the Chapter Macbeth – Act II (Scenes 1 and 2) Pygmalion Act III Starlight The Lady Of Shalott Hues – Revision Footprints Principles of Good Writing Macbeth Act II (Scenes 3 and 4) Act III (Scenes 1, 2 and 3) Pygmalion Act III (Contd.

Starlight 9 Page 23-29 51-71 42 23 He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert 2 18 6 10 December Frost at Midnight Anthem for Doomed Youth Hues Going Places Footprints Albert Einstein At School Macbeth Act III (Scenes 4, 5 and 6) Pygmalion – Act III (Contd. Starlight The Raven A Prayer for My Daughter Hues – Revision Footprints The Future is Now: A Zest for Living Macbeth – Revision Hues The Night Train at Deoli A Village Cricket Match Starlight – Revision Footprints What India Can Teach Us 10 Environmental Crisis Pygmalion – Revision Revision ANNUAL EXAMINATION Paper 2: Prescribed Texts (3 hours, 80 marks) Internal assessment: 20 Marks Candidates will be required to answer five questions as follows: One textual question (compulsory) on the Shakespeare play / alternative prescribed play together with four other questions on at least three texts, which may include the Shakespeare play / alternative play. Question 1 compulsory … 16 marks (15+1), four other questions, each carrying 16 marks. Note: Candidates are reminded that infringement of the rubric will certainly invite penalty during the marking of answer scripts. ) The textual questions, which will be set on the Shakespeare play / alternative play, will contain four short passages and candidates will be required to answer questions set on 10 10 74 50 50 50-60 51-71 25 17 6 4 12 January 67 31 13 14 February 18 11 62 51-71 160 107 8 6 70 77 9 9 November 43 30-39 41-50 51-71 He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert Class XI three of the passages. These questions may require candidates to explain words and phrases, to rewrite passages in modern English, or to relate an extract to the work as a whole.The rest of the questions on the Shakespeare play / alternative play and on other prescribed texts will require essay- type answers and will be set on the context, plot or plots, characters and other prominent literary qualities of the works prescribed. It is recommended that in Paper 2 about 35 minutes should be spent on every question. Please note: Refer to the Council Syllabus 2012. He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet. – Joseph Joubert 3 4 fueZyk September O;kdj. k j{kkca/ku’oaHkjukFk ‘kekZ ^dkSf’kd* laU;klh & lqn’kZu v/;k; 4 5 6 fucU/k – dYiukRed vifBr x|ka’k okD;&la’kks/ku eqgkojs OCTOBER – FEBRUARY 27 41 29 – 45 REVISION / HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION Suggested Month October Chapter Number fganh Name of Textbook 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Publication Name of the Chapter Page 24 37 29 59 68 47-68 dkO; rjax 7 10 fueZyk : dFkk lqjfHk : dkO; rjax : fganh O;kdj. k eatw”kk % Chapter Number izsepUn Mk0 iwjupan vkj-ih- fo’osanq fouksfnuh ‘kekZ JULY – SEPTEMBER ,ojxzhu ifCyds’kUl turk cqd fMikWV izk-fy,ojxzhu ifCyds’kUl b. Vj ;wfuoflZVh izsl Page fo’o jkT; & eSfFkyh’’kj. k xqIr fiz;re & lw;ZdkUr f=ikBh ^fujkyk* Hkkjr efgek & t; ‘kadj izlkn egkjktk dk bykt & ;’kiky ikt+sc&tSusUnz v/;k; 7 8 9 fucU/k – fopkjkRed fuca/k vifBr x|ka’k okD; la’kks/ku eqgkojs November dkO; rjax 8 dFkk lqjfHk 5 6 Suggested Month July Name of the Chapter dkO; rjax 1 3 lkkh & dchjnkl fou; vkSj HkfDr & lwjnkl cw

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