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1 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject:Economics Chapter Name: Introduction Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids This chapter will be completed in nine class meetings. s will be asked about statistics from their previous knowledge, as learnt in classes IX and X, examples of statistics in day-to-day life Learners should be able to: Know the subject of economics is about understand how economics is linked with the study of economic activities in consumption, production and distribution understand why knowledge of statistics can help in describing consumption, production and distribution learn about some uses of statistics in the understanding of economic activities In this chapter, learners will know about terms like consumer, seller, producer, service holder, service provider, and economic and non economic activities. They will also learn about scarcity of resources, different economic activities (consumption, production, and distribution), statistics in economics Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids

2 Procedure The chapter will be introduced by asking some questions relevant to the chapter (eg, the activities they come across in their localities and day-to-day life, why do people do these activities?, do all these activities earn them a living?), providing the learners with a situation and asking their views Explaining different terms used in the chapter, discussing the concept of scarcity of resources, different economic activities, Statistics: meaning and definition, characteristics of statistics, qualitative and quantitative data, importance of statistics in economics, limitation and distrust of statistics. Supplemental Expected Outcome s may be asked to list different activities of members of their family, different kinds of scarcities that they face in their daily life, list examples of qualitative and quantitative dat After the completion of the lesson, learners should be able to know what economics is about, various economic activities, economic problems and its reasons, what statistics is and how statistics help in the understanding of economics Extra questions, activities based on the lesson Class discussion, extra questions from the chapter, oral/written tests

3 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm Subject:Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure Chapter Name: Collection of Data This chapter will be completed in nine class meetings Importance of data, examples of data, concept known from previous classes Understand the meaning and purpose of data collection, distinguish between primary and secondary sources, know the mode of collection of data, distinguish between census and sample surveys, to be familiar with techniques of sampling, know about some important sources of secondary data Collection, sources and importance of data, Questionnaire/interview schedule, modes of data collection, Pilot Survey, Census and sample survey, Exit Polls, Sampling/non-sampling errors, Census of India and NSSO Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids The learners will be asked about different types of data and its uses, various types of data we come across in our day-to-day life, Why do we need data? Explaining different terms used in the chapter, discussing data collection and its types, types of data, census and sample methods of survey, sampling and non-sampling errors, census of India and NSSO

4 Supplemental Expected Outcome s may be asked to make a questionnaire, collect data on different issues from different sources, read different survey reports After the completion of the chapter, the learners should be able to know what data is and its types, the uses of data, methods of data collection, agencies collecting data in India. Extra questions from the chapter, other exercises and activities based on the chapter Class discussion, extra questions, oral/written tests

5 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm Subject: Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure Supplemental Chapter Name: Organisation of Data The chapter will be completed in nine class meetings Learners will be asked to give examples of organization they come across in their day-to-day life, discussing usefulness of organizing things Classify the data for further statistical analysis, distinguish between quantitative and qualitative classification, prepare a frequency distribution table, know the technique of forming classes, be familiar with the method of tally marking, difference between univariate and bivariate frequency distributions Raw data, classification of data, variables: continuous and discrete, frequency distribution, loss of information, frequency array, univariate and bivariate frequency distribution. Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids The learners will be asked about the importance of organizing things Explaining different terms in the chapter, discussing classification of data, continuous and discrete variables, frequency distribution, inclusive and exclusive methods, loss of information, frequency array, univariate and bivariate frequency distribution. Learners will be asked to identify types of classification, to go through different data available through different sources.

6 Expected Outcome After the completion of the chapter, the learners should be able to know about raw data, frequency distribution, classification of data, continuous and discrete variables, frequency distribution, inclusive and exclusive methods, loss of information, frequency array, univariate and bivariate frequency distribution. Extra questions from the chapter, other exercises and activities based on the chapter. Class discussion, extra questions, oral/written tests

7 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm Subject:Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Chapter Name: of data The chapter will be completed in twelve class meetings Learners will be asked about different types/forms of presentation of data, uses of presentation of data that they see around Present data using tables, represent data using appropriate diagrams Textual presentation of data, tabular presentation of data, diagrammatic presentation of data and graphic presentation of data. Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids The learners will be asked about types of data presentation they have come across in their previous classes and through television or other sources The learners will be explained about different forms of presentation of data, types of tabular presentation, parts of a table, different types of diagrams, types of graphs, rules for different types of presentation and their usefulness will be discussed The learners will be asked to solve extra questions on presentation of data Learners will be able to know about various methods of presentation of data, its usefulness or utility, recognize and understand different types of

8 presentation of data they come across in their daytoday life Extra questions/activities given by the teacher Class discussion, extra questions, oral/written tests AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm Subject:Economics Chapter Name: Measures of central tendency Period allocated for The chapter will be completed in twenty one class the lesson: meetings Prerequisite Concept known from previous classes Knowledge: Objectives Understand the need for summarizing a set of data by one single number, recognize and distinguish between the different types of averages, learn to compute different types of averages, draw meaningful conclusions from a set of data, develop an understanding of which type of average would be most useful in a particular situation Short description of Arithmetic mean and its calculation, weighted lesson arithmetic mean, Median and its computation, Quartiles, Percentiles, Mode and its computation Teaching Aids Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audiovisual aids

9 Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Discussing summarizing a large set of data The learners will be explained about Mean, Median and Mode and solve questions on it The learners will be asked to solve extra questions on mean, median and mode The learners will be able to know about mean, median and mode and solve problems on it. Extra questions on mean, median, and mode Extra questions, class tests and monthly tests AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Chapter Name: Measures of dispersion The chapter will be completed in twelve class meetings Discussing variation of values present in a data Know the limitation of averages, appreciate the need for measures of dispersion, enumerate various measures of dispersion, calculate the measures and compare them, distinguish between absolute and relative measures In this chapter the learners will study about Range and its computation, Quartile Deviation and its computation, Mean Deviation from Mean and Median, Standard Deviation and its computation, Absolute and Relative measures of Dispersion, Lorenz Curve

10 Teaching Aids Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audiovisual aids Limitation of averages and appreciate the need for measures of Dispersion The learners will be explained about the importance of measures of dispersion, discussing various methods of measuring dispersion such as Range, Inter-Quartile Range, Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, Lorenz Curve Extra questions on Range, Inter-Quartile Range, Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation and Standard Deviation The learner will be able to know about the need for measures of dispersion and will be able to compute various methods of measuring dispersion, know about Lorenz curve and how to construct it. Extra questions from the chapter, exercise questions Extra questions, class tests and monthly tests

11 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Chapter Name: Correlation The chapter will be completed in eight class meetings Direct and Indirect Variation studied in previous classes Understand the meaning of the term correlation, understand the nature of relationship between two variables, calculate the different measures of correlation, analyse the degree and direction of the relationships Types of correlation, techniques for measuring correlation, scatter diagram, Karl Pearson s Coefficient of Correlation, Spearman s rank correlation Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids Discussing types of relationships Explaining relationship between two variables, types of correlation and what does it measure, explaining various techniques for measuring correlation, scatter diagram Extra questions and activities based on the chapter The learners will be able to understand correlation and how to measure it. Exercise questions and extra questions from the chapter

12 Extra questions, class tests and monthly tests AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure Chapter Name: Index Numbers The chapter will be completed in eleven class meetings Discuss changes taking place in the economy over a period of time, asking the learners about measuring these changes Understand the meaning of the term Index Numbers, become familiar with the use of some widely used Index Numbers, appreciate its limitations Meaning of Index Number, construction of an Index Number, some important Index Numbers, Index Numbers in Economics Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids Discussing changes taking place in an economy, asking learners about various changes they see around in different sectors of the economy The learners will be explained about what Index Numbers are and its uses, discuss the problems faced while constructing Index Numbers, methods of construction of Index Numbers, Weighted Index Numbers, consumer price Index Number, Whole Sale Price Index, Industrial Production Index, limitation of Index Numbers

13 Supplemental Expected Outcome Exercises and activities from the chapter The learners will what Index Numbers are and about some important Index Numbers and its importance. Extra questions and activities based on the chapter Extra questions, class tests and monthly test AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Chapter Name: Use of statistical tools Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure The chapter will be completed in eight class meetings Topics studied in previous chapters Be familiar with steps in designing a project, apply various statistical tools in analyzing a problem Step towards making a project, suggested list of projects, sample project, sample project report Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids Discussing importance of statistical tools in our daily life Discussing steps towards making a project, discussing other projects that deals with an economic issue

14 Supplemental Expected Outcome Studying different projects and its reports available from different sources like newspapers, magazines etc. The learners will learn about the importance of making projects and its usefulness for various organizations Doing projects on given topics Oral tests based on the chapter AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject:Economics Chapter Name: Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson The chapter will be completed in eleven class meetings Learners will be asked about colonial rule in India and its impacts as studied in their previous classes After studying this chapter, the learners will become familiar with the state of the Indian economy in 1947, the year of India s Independence, understand the factors that led to the underdevelopment and stagnation of the Indian economy. State of agricultural, industrial and foreign trade sector on the eve of independence, demographic conditions on the eve of independence, Infrastructure on the eve of independence, occupation structure on the eve of independence

15 Teaching Aids Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids Discussing British period in India and its effects Explaining and discussing the state of agriculture, Industry, Foreign Trade, Infrastructure, Demographic Condition and Occupational Structure on the eve of independence, discussing exercise questions Exercises and activities from the chapter The learners will know about condition of Indian economy on the eve of independence, they will come to know about various rules and policies of the British, other important historical events. Extra questions and activities based on the chapter Extra questions, class tests and monthly tests

16 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject:Economics Chapter Name: Indian Economy ( ) Period allocated The chapter will be completed in sixteen class for the lesson: meetings Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Learners will asked about the type of economic system India opted for after independence, about five year plans After studying this chapter, the learners will come to know the goals of India s five year plans know about the development policies in different sectors such as agriculture and industry from learn to think about the merits and limitations of a regulated economy. Types of economic system, economic planning, achievements and failures of planning (195090), agriculture, green revolution, subsidies, industry, foreign trade, occupation structure Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audiovisual aids

17 Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Discuss the mixed economic system India opted for, economic planning, setting up of planning commission Discussing different economic systems, economic planning, agriculture, green revolution, industrial sector, foreign trade, occupation structure. Extra questions, activities based on the chapter Learners will be able to know about the developments in different sectors of the economy, about various problems faced by the different sectors of the economy, green revolution and its effect, role of public sector in the development of the economy. on given topics Extra questions, class tests and monthly tests

18 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Chapter Name: Economics Reforms Since 1991 (LPG Policies) Period allocated The chapter will be completed in sixteen class meetings for the lesson: Prerequisite The learners will be asked about various Knowledge: developments, achievements and growth of Indian economy till 1990 Objectives After studying this chapter, the learners will understand the background of the reform policies introduced in India in 1991 understand the mechanism through which reform policies were introduced comprehend the process of globalisation and its implications for India be aware of the impact of the reform process in various sectors. Short description of lesson Teaching Aids The need for economic reforms, Economic Reforms since 1991, liberalization, privatization, globalization, outsourcing, IMF,WTO, IBRD, achievements and failures of economic reforms, second generation reforms Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids

19 Procedure Discussing need for economic reforms The learners will be explained about economic reforms of 1991, reform policies-liberalisation, privatization, and globalization, sectoral reforms, achievements and failures of these reforms Supplemental Expected Outcome Extra questions from the chapter, activities based on the chapter The learners will be able to understand what economic reforms are and the need for it in 1991, they will know about various reform measures undertaken in different sectors, know about various organizations, achievements and failures of economic reforms. on given topics Question Bank created by the SME in TN box

20 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Chapter Name: Problem of Poverty in India Period allocated for The chapter will be completed in nine class meetings the lesson: Prerequisite Learners will be asked about what poverty is and the Knowledge: reasons of poverty in India, types of poverty they see around them Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure After studying this chapter, the learners will understand the various attributes of poverty comprehend the diverse dimensions relating to the concept of poverty critically appreciate the way poverty is estimated appreciate and be able to assess existing poverty alleviation programmes. Who are poor?, categories of poor people, concept of poverty and poverty line, magnitude and nature of poverty, vicious circle of poverty, causes of poverty, policies and programmes to alleviate poverty, flaws in anti-poverty programmes Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids Discussing poverty in rural and urban areas The learners will be explained about the concept of poverty, types of poor, magnitude and nature of poor, vicious circle of poverty, causes of poverty, policies and programmes to alleviate poverty, flaws in antipoverty programmes

21 Supplemental Extra questions from the chapter, activities based on the chapter Expected Outcome After the completion of the lesson, the learners should be able to define poverty, explain different types of poverty, various poverty alleviation programmes. They should be able to explain the causes of poverty, flaws in anti-poverty programmes on given topics Question Bank created by the SME in TN box

22 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Chapter Name: Human Capital Formation in India Period allocated The chapter will be completed in twelve class meetings for the lesson: Prerequisite Discussing various kinds of jobs people are engaged in, Knowledge: learners will be asked about higher learning facilities available in India. Objectives After studying this chapter, the learners will understand the concepts of Human Resource, Human Capital Formation and Human Development the links between investment in human capital, economic growth and human development the need for government spending on education and health the state of India s educational attainment Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Human capital, sources of human capital formation, role of human capital formation in economic growth, human capital formation in India, problems of human capital in India, education sector in India, Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids

23 Procedure Discussing how people become resource The learners will be explained about what human capital is and its sources, role of human capital formation in economic growth, human capital formation in India, problems of human capital in India, education sector in India Supplemental Expected Outcome Extra questions from the chapter, activities based on the chapter After the completion of the lesson, the learners should be able to define human capital, explain the sources, role of human capital formation in economic growth, they will be aware of the problems of human capital formation in India, they should be able to tell about education sector in India. on given topics Question Bank created by the SME in TN box

24 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Chapter Name: Rural Development The chapter will be completed in eight class meetings Learners will be asked about the developments they see around in their respective villages After studying this chapter, the learners will understand rural development and the major issues associated with it appreciate how crucial the development of rural areas is for India s overall development understand the critical role of credit and marketing systems in rural development learn about the importance of diversification of productive activities to sustain livelihoods understand the significance of organic farming in sustainable development. Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Concept of rural development, rural credit, agricultural marketing, diversification of agricultural activities, organic farming Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids

25 Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Discussing about the importance of rural development The learners will be explained about the concept of rural development, key issues in rural development, sources of rural credit, explaining the meaning and features of agricultural marketing, diversification of agricultural activities, organic farming Extra questions from the chapter, activities based on the chapter The learners should be able to explain the concept of rural development, key issues in rural development, sources of rural credit, explaining the meaning and features of agricultural marketing, diversification of agricultural activities, organic farming on given topics Question Bank created by the SME in TN box AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Chapter Name: Employment-Growth, Informalisation and Related Issues Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: The chapter will be completed in twelve class meetings The learners will be asked about the employment and unemployment situations in India, how many people from their locality are employed and type of job they are engaged in.

26 Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome After studying this chapter, the learners will understand a few basic concepts relating to employment such as economic activity, worker, workforce and unemployment understand the nature of participation of men and women in various economic activities in various sectors know the nature and extent of unemployment assess the initiatives taken by the government in generating employment opportunities in various sectors and regions. Basic concepts related with the chapter, size of workforce in India, rate of participation in India, self employed and hired workers in India, occupational structure, jobless growth, casualisation and informalisation of workforce, unemployment Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids Discussing why do people work Explaining the term used in the chapter, discussing about the size of workforce in India, rate of participation of people in employment, self-employed and hired workers in India, occupation structure, jobless growth, casualisation and informalisation of workforce, unemployment Extra questions from the chapter, activities based on the chapter After completion of the chapter, the learners should be able to explain various terms, about size of workforce in India, rate of participation of people in employment, self-employed and hired workers in India, occupation structure, jobless growth, casualisation and informalisation of workforce, unemployment on given topics

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28 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject:Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Procedure Supplemental Expected Outcome Chapter Name: Infrastructure The chapter will be completed in eleven class meetings Learners will be asked about the physical facilities they see around them and in their locality understand the main challenges India faces in the areas of social and economic infrastructure, know the role of infrastructure in economic development, understand the role of energy as a critical component of infrastructure, understand the problems and prospects of the energy and health sectors, understand the health infrastructure of India. Concept of infrastructure and its types, importance of infrastructure, the state of infrastructure in India, energy, health Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audiovisual aids Discussing examples of infrastructure and its importance Explanation and discussion on infrastructure and its types, importance, state of infrastructure in India, energy, health sector Extra questions from the chapter, activities based on the chapter After studying this chapter, the learners should be able to define infrastructure, its types, importance, state of infrastructure in India, energy, health sector

29 on given topics Question Bank created by the SME in TN box AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Period allocated for the lesson: Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Chapter Name: Environment and Sustainable Development The chapter will be completed in eighteen class meetings Learners will be asked about the state of present environment, the problems of global warming understand the concept of environment, analyse the causes and effects of environmental degradation and resource depletion, understand the nature of environmental challenges facing India, relate environmental issues to the larger context of sustainable development. Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Environment-functions and role, global environment issues, state of India s environment, causes of environmental degradation, sustainable development, steps and strategies to achieve sustainable development Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids

30 Procedure Discussing present state of environment Explanation and discussion on environment and its role, global environment issues, state of India s environment, causes of environmental degradation, sustainable development, steps and strategies to achieve sustainable development Supplemental Expected Outcome Extra questions from the chapter, activities based on the chapter After studying this chapter, the learners should be able to define environment, know about global environmental issues, state of India s environment and causes of environmental degradation. They should be able to explain sustainable development and steps and strategies to achieve sustainable development on given topics Question Bank created by the SME in TN box

31 AIR FORCE SCHOOL HASIMARA Board: CBSE Class: XI Arts/Comm. Subject: Economics Chapter Name: Comparative Development Experiences of India with its Neighbours Period allocated The chapter will be completed in twenty one class for the lesson: meetings Prerequisite Knowledge: Objectives Short description of lesson Teaching Aids Learners will be asked to share their views on India s strengths and weaknesses vis-à-vis their neighbours. After studying this chapter, the learners will figure out comparative trends in various economic and human development indicators of India and its neighbours, China and Pakistan assess the strategies that these countries have adopted to reach their present state of development. Development strategies of India, China, and Pakistan, comparative study of the three countries with respect to different parameters, appraisal of development strategies Relevant modules from TeachNext, other audio-visual aids

32 Procedure Discussing about India s status among its neighbours, some regional and global economic groupings to which India is a member Explaining and discussing development strategies of the three countries-india, Pakistan and China, comparative study of the three countries with respect to different parameters, appraisal of development strategies. Then discussing exercises based on the chapter. Supplemental Expected Outcome Extra questions from the chapter, activities After studying this chapter, the learners should be able to explain the development strategies of the three countries on given topics Question Bank created by the SME in TN box

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