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Teaching Methodology Class I-VIII

Teachers at the Primary and Middle level do not merely teach but act as facilitators, mentors and guides; coaxing the students to develop an inquiry based bend of mind.

Technology Driven Classes

Smart boards used exhaustively across all classes provide the right digital support to the teachers for delivering the lessons. PPTs, Instructional Softwares, digital books are the technological aids that enable the teachers to indulge in effective delivery of the lectures.

Interactive Lessons

Teachers not merely deliver the lessons , but keenly involve the students in meaningful interactions and discussions fostering development of skills like independent thinking, decision making , critical analysis, logical thinking, to name just a few.  

Inquiry based Instructions

Students are given ample opportunities to brainstorm and develop a reasoning and research based attitude to foster the stimulation of their minds. 

Mindmaps and Timelines

Mindmaps and timelines are developed for every chapter in order to provide a bird’s eye view of all concepts to the student at a single glance.  

Child Centric Activity based approach

Keeping the child at the core; activities are engrained into the curriculum of every chapter, so that the students learn in an interesting manner by doing things on their own.  

Respect for individual Strengths and Weaknesses

Realizing the strengths and weaknesses of every individual; personal attention is given to every child in order to aid every child’s optimum progress.

Academic and Behavioral Counselors

The role of Academic and Behavioral Counselors assumes great importance as they extend the requisite support to the students, in every area.  

Peer Learning

Group activities within the class help foster the spirit of cooperation and teamwork. ‘Peer pressure’ used in positive manner helps enhance the performance of the students.  

Field Trips

To expose the students to the practical aspects of the concepts taught in the class, students are taken on field trips every month.

Role Play

Literature Content is effectively delivered by means of role play.  

Holistic Personality Development- Hobby Clubs, Sports Clubs, Social Action Programs, participation in various Inter House and Inter School Competitions gives an excellent platform to students to develop a well rounded personality.  

External Examination

Various External Exams like Olympiads ,NSTSEs ,ASSET ,Live Olympiad etc are conducted from time to time in order to map the students’ performance at the National Level.

Scholastic Aids

In order to complement the teaching –learning process, projects like ‘Mindspark’,’CFW’, ‘Open Door’ are a part of the curriculum.  

Subjects offered to classes I-II

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Mathematics
  • EVS
  • Computers

 

Subjects offered to Classes III – VIII

  • English (Code 184)
  • Hindi (Code 085)
  • Science (Code 086)
  • Mathematics (Code 041)
  • Social Science (Code 087)
  • Computers (Code 402)
  • III language options for Class IV- VIII
  • Punjabi /Sanskrit / French (Code 004/122/018)

 

Policy for Classes I and II

  • Unit I – 30 marks Exams in July (Syllabus covered April – May)
  • Unit II – 30 marks Exams in December (Syllabus covered Oct- Nov )
  • Term I & II -50 marks (I/II Term Syllabus)
  • Term-I exams in September& Term- II in March
  • i. Pen & Paper – 40 marks
  • ii. Skill based- 10 marks- Listening Skills, Creative Writing, Observation, Dictation, Mental Maths, Map Reading, Direction Chart, Logical & Analytical Thinking, Reading Skills, etc)
  • Internal Assessment - 20 marks
  • Activities / Projects - 10 marks (2 in no. 5 marks + 5 marks)
  • Notebooks - 10 marks (Record to be maintained regularly) based on -
  • i. Regularity – 4 marks
  • ii. Assignment and completion – 4 marks
  • iii. Neatness and upkeep – 2 marks
  • iv. Term I/II Result- 50marks + 30marks + 20marks

 

Policy for Classes III to V:

  • Unit I – 30 marks Exams in July (Syllabus covered April – May)
  • Unit II – 30 marks Exams in December (Syllabus covered Oct- Nov )
  • Term I & II – 80 marks ( I / II Term syllabus)
  • Term-I exams in Sep & Term- II in March 70 marks – Pen & Paper Skill based 10 Marks-
  • Listening Skills, Creative Writing, Observation, Dictation, Mental Maths, Map Reading,
  • Direction Chart, Logical & Analytical Thinking, Reading Skills, etc
  • Internal Assessment - 20 marks(Per Term)
  • 10 marks from units (Convert 30 marks into 10 marks)
  • 5 marks – notebooks / Recaps (Record to be maintained regularly) based on
  • i. Regularity
  • ii. Assignment and completion
  • iii. Neatness and upkeep
  • 5 marks – Project / Skill Enhancement Activities
  • Final Result-50% (Term I) and 50% (Term II).

 

Examination Policy for Classes VI to VIII:

  • Unit I - 30 marks Exams in July (Syllabus covered in April - May)
  • Unit II - 30 marks Exams in December (Syllabus covered in Oct - Nov)
  • Term-I & II – 80 marks
  • Term-I exams in Sep & Term- II in March Pen & Paper – 70 marks Skill based - 10 Marks-
  • Listening Skills, Creative Writing, Observation, Dictation, Mental Maths, Map Reading,
  • Direction Chart, Logical & Analytical Thinking, Reading Skills, etc)
  • Term II syllabus includes
  • Class – VI – Term II syllabus + 10 % of Term – I
  • Class VII – Term II syllabus + 20 % of Term – I
  • Class VIII – Term II syllabus + 30 % of Term – I
  • (as per CBSE rules vide cir. No. Acad- 14/2017 dtd. 21/3/2017.)
  • Internal Assessment – 20 marks(Per Term )
  • 10 marks from units (Convert 30 marks into 10 marks)
  • 5 marks – Notebooks & Recaps
  • 5 marks – Project/ Skill Enhancement Activities
  • Final Result-50% (Term I ) and 50% (Term II).

 

Imp. Note:–Internal Assessment marks shall not be considered for promotion to next class.(Class 8 upwards)


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