1 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SEC-5, DWARKA, NEW DELHI-75 CLASS I Subject :Mathematic Term 1 Textbook :Destination Maths (1) Session: Teacher :Ms. Shraddha Chak Month Content Learning Outcome Methodology April Numbers 1 to 50 Number Names Before/After/Between Ascending / Descending order Place value Tens and ones To explain the process involved in counting. To understand the value of numbers. Less or more than and greater and smaller number. Understanding of increasing and decreasing numbers. Activity based learning May Shapes & Patterns Square, Rectangle, Circle, oval Triangle To recognize basic shapes. Identifying identical shapes. Identifying and extending patterns. Colouring shapes.
2 July Addition of single digit numbers Number strip Number bonds Vertical addition Addition of 0 Addition of 1 Adding three numbers TABLE OF 2 To understand the concept of addition. Addition using number strip. Application of the concept of addition in problem sums. Learn the tables. Adding objects. Comprehending story problem. August Subtraction of zero Subtraction of one Subtraction of two digit numbers Application of the concept of subtraction in word problem. To understand the concept of subtraction Crossing out to Subtraction. Counting back to subtract on the number line. Subtraction of zero and subtracting a number from itself. Learn the tables. Activity based learning. Comprehending story problem. TABLE OF 3 Note: Multimedia classes will be held as and when required. Revision of tables will be done on weekly basis.
3 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SEC-5, DWARKA, NEW DELHI-75 CLASS I Subject :Mathematics Term 2 Textbook :Destination Maths (1) Session : Teacher : Ms.Shraddha Chak Month Content Learning Outcome Methodology September Numbers upto 100 Twenties, Thirties and Forties Fifties, Sixties, Seventies, Eighties, Nineties. Number names, Tens and ones, Smallest/Biggest Before/After/Between Time Clock (Reading Time) Days of the week, Months of the Year. To understand the value of numbers.less or more than and greater and smaller number. Understanding of increasing and decreasing numbers To understand counting above upto 100. To reinforce reading of the clock to the hour. To identify the names of the days (Week) and Months To explain the process involved in counting. Activity based learning. Introduction of Days of the week and Months of the year.
4 October Metric Measures To understand the non Activity based Length Weight standard measures of length, weight and capacity. learning. Worksheets. Capacity Comparison of Length and TABLE OF 4 weight. Learn the table. November Money To know the value of Activity based Coins and Notes money in daily use. learning Recognition of commonly By using coins of used notes and coins. various denominations Finding the value of simple combinations of coins and notes. TABLE OF 5 Learn the table
5 December Data Handling To understand how to study data. To sort various materials Worksheets and practice in the notebook. according to a common criteria and then record the result. January Revision of Addition, Numbers upto 100, Time To Recapitulate February Revision of Subtraction, Money and Measurement To Recapitulate Note: Multimedia classes will be held as and when required. Revision of tables will be done on weekly basis.
6 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SECTOR- 5, DWARKA, NEW DELHI SYLLABUS - ENGLISH TERM - I CLASS - I SESSION TEACHER ASHA MEHTA MONTH LITERATURE GRAMMAR ACTIVITY LEARNING OUTCOME APRIL AND MAY 1. Mini Makes Brownies Reading Word Bank Question- Answer & Exercises from Book (ORAL) POEM : Ducks on the water * Small Cursive a to z * A TO Z (Capital Cursive Letters ) *Students will learn to write their names properly. SOUND WORDS : Ch - Chair, chin,chips etc. Sh - dish, ship, shin etc. th - this, that, thing etc. Ll - ball, tall, hill etc Joining of dots and colouring a picture Students will be able to read the chapter and learn to help their parents at home. Students will be able to recite the poem with proper intonation. JULY 2. Baby Sister Reading Word Bank Question- Answer & Exercises from Book (ORAL) One word Question /Answers * SOUND WORDS (continued ) * Vowels and Consonants Birthday Card Activity based on Vowel Students will be able to read the chapter and it will help in inculcating the value of caring in them.
7 AUGUST 3. Sharing is Caring (Reading for pleasure) * ARTICLES : A and AN Thank You Card for the best friend. Students will be able to learn the value of sharing in their life. Poem : To Mother * Rhyming Words Children will learn to identify the rhyming scheme in a poem. SEPTEMBER 4. The True Friend * ONE AND MANY : Students will be able to Reading of the Chapter Word Bank Question- Answer & Exercises from Book One word Question /Answers Fill in the blanks Adding s to form plural words * Use of Is, Am and Are Introduce a friend to his / her parent.
8 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SECTOR- 5,DWARKA,NEW DELHI SYLLABUS - ENGLISH TERM - II CLASS - I SESSION TEACHER ASHA MEHTA MONTH LITERATURE GRAMMAR ACTIVITY LEARNING OUTCOME OCTOBER NOVEMBER Why Neel had no friends ( Reading for pleasure) POEM : I can be a Pal 6.Arjun and Bholu Reading of the Chapter Word Bank Question- Answer & Exercises from Book One word Question /Answers Fill in the blanks POEM : Good Manners Introduction of NAMING WORDS (NOUN ) Activity on naming words. Continuation of naming words. ( Identification of naming words ) *PRONOUNS : Introduction of pronouns He, She, It, They I, You, We, They Children will make the friendship band for their best friend. A classroom activity will be conducted in which children will identify and learn the names of new fruits and vegetables. Children will understand the importance of being polite. Students will understand that stealing is not good and we need to seek permission before using things of our friends. Students will be able to use the polite words ( MAGIC WORDS ) Sorry Thank you Excuse me Please
9 DECEMBER 7.The Mouse and the Lion ( reading for pleasure ) PRONOUNS: Class Activity and worksheet Students will understand the importance of helping their friends. JANUARY 8. Jatin and Sheena s Picnic Reading of the Chapter Word Bank Question- Answer & Exercises from Book One word Question /Answers Fill in the blanks PREPOSITIONS In,on,under, behind, near FEBRUARY Poem : Open House Punctuation,Sentence Children will create tree by imagining their favourite things growing on the tree Like candies, chocolates, chips etc The activity will enhance their imaginative skills.
10 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SECTOR-5, DWARKA, NEW DELHI SYLLABUS FOR TERM - I CLASS I SESSION SUBJECT EVS TEACHER Ms. RINKU DAGAR TEXT BOOK MY VIBRANT PLANET (Amity University) MONTH CONTENT OBJECTIVE ACTIVITY EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES APRIL & MAY All About Me My Family To learn about oneself. To know about the family and to understand the importance of values like caring, sharing and giving respect to all. Picture Pasting Things you like the most and Family members The students will be able to identify themselves as individuals. The students will be able to identify the different members of a family and appreciate the importance of a family. JULY My Body My Sense Organs To learn about the external parts of the body. To acquire knowledge about the five sense organs and their functions. Think And Tell! (Quiz on different body parts) The students will be able to identify and name the external body parts. The students will understand the functions of the different sense organs.
11 MONTH CONTENT OBJECTIVE ACTIVITY EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES AUGUST My Body Needs Food For Health To know about why we need food and to learn about the: Healthy and Junk food Sources of food Classification of food items : Healthy food Junk food The students will acquire knowledge about the importance of eating healthy food. My Body Needs Care To make the children aware about the importance of cleanliness, hygiene and healthy habits. The students will be able to differentiate between healthy and unhealthy habits. SEPTEMBER My Home To identify the different: Parts of a Room Rooms in a House Origami (Make a House using origami) The students will be able to identify the different rooms in a house.
12 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SECTOR-5, DWARKA, NEW DELHI SYLLABUS FOR TERM II CLASS I SESSION SUBJECT EVS TEACHER Ms. RINKU DAGAR TEXT BOOK MY VIBRANT PLANET (Amity University) MONTH CONTENT OBJECTIVE ACTIVITY EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES OCTOBER My School To learn more about My School. The students will acquire knowledge about the school. People Who Help Me To make the children aware about the various people who help us. Dumb Charades (To enact as different Community Helpers ) The students will be able to understand and appreciate the importance of community helpers. NOVEMBER Means of Transport Living and Non-Living Things To acquaint the students with the various means of transport. To acquire knowledge about the characteristics of living and non-living things. To show that all living things grow. (Seed Germination) The students will be able to classify the different means of transport. The students will be able to differentiate between living and non-living things.
13 MONTH CONTENT OBJECTIVE ACTIVITY EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES DECEMBER Plant Life To know the parts of a plant and to understand the importance of plants in our life. Nature Walk The students will be able to identify the: Parts of a plant Animal Life To learn about the different kinds of animals. (wild, farm and pet) The students will be able to classify various animals as wild, farm and pet. JANUARY Seasons To acquaint the students about the different seasons. Slide Show (on seasons) The students will acquire knowledge about the things we use in different seasons. FEBRUARY Brief introduction of the given topics with the help of multimedia. Festivals we celebrate Safety Rules The Sky Recapitulation for the periodic test.
14 ब ज एस इ टरन शनल पब ल क स क ल, द व रक कक ष 1 व षय व द प ठ यक रम व षय अध य वपक वसमरन क र सत र प रथम ( ) मह न व षय उद द श य क शल अप र ल मई 1. व न म त र ल शब द 2. आ क म त र शब द न न आ क म त र ल शब दद क ज ञ न तथ अ आ क उच रण म अन तर समझन आ क म त र य क त शब दद क उच रण स खन तथ आ क म त र य क त शब दद क वलखखत अभ य स ज ल ई अगस त वसतम बर 3. इ क म त र 4. ई क म त र 5. उ क म त र 6. ऊ क म त र 7. र गद क न म 8. ऐ क म त र 9. एक - अन क उच रण न स र इ क म त र क प रयदग करन ई क म त र क ज नक र द न उ क म त र क ज नक र द न ऊ क म त र क ज नक र द न र गद क न म क र म ज नक र द न नए शब द न न क क शल क व क स एक अन क चन क ज नक र इ क म त र य क त शब दद क उच रण स खन तथ म त र य क त शब दद क वलखखत अभ य स ग क स थ उ क म त र क प रयदग, उच रण ऊ क म त र क ज नक र द न, शब द भ ड र म ख व व ध र गद क न म ज नन उनक प रयदग ए तथ ऐ स स वरद ए म त र ओ क पहच न कर न एक अन क चन ज नकर उनक प रयदग करन
15 सत र वद वत य अक ट र 1. ओ क म त र 2. औ क म त र 3. म और म घ 4. म र पररचय उच रण ओ औ क म त र क प रयदग करन ओ तथ औ क म त र ओ ल शब दद क श उच रण स खन फल सख यद क ग णद क र म ज नक र द न न म बर 5. अ स वर क पहच न 6. अ स वर क पहच न 7. म ठ दल 8. व ल ल 9. शर र क अ गद क न म वदस र 10. अ क पहच न 11. ऋ क पहच न 12. ग ब ब र 13. आदत स धर गई जन र 14. आ स ऋ क म त र क प न वत 15. वततल 16. वचव य घर अ तथ अ स वरद क ज नक र द न कह न, म खखक तथ वलखखत प रश द क अन तर ज नन, श क य न न उच रण अ ऋ क म त र क पप रयदग करन कह न, म खखक तथ वलखखत प रश द क अन तर ज नन, श क य न न प न अभ य स द व र व व ध स वरद क उच रण प रयदग म अन तर कद समझन कव त क उच रण कद समझन तथ श क य न न उच रण अ तथ अ स वरद क ज नक र द न पश पव यद क र म ज नक र प र प त करन, क यद कद सह र प म वलखन क क शल क व क स उच रण न स र स वरद तथ उनक म त र ओ क पहच न ए उनक प रयदग अच आदतद क ओर प रदत स वहत करन शब द भ ड र म स वरद तथ उनक म त र ओ क प न वत कव त क उच रण वसख न प रवणयद क ज न क ज नक र प र प त करन
16 फर र 1. म त र - प न वत 2. म र परर र 3. हम र प रत क कह न, म खखक तथ वलखखत प रश द क अन तर ज नन, श क य न न कल पन शखक त क व क स करन अपन पररचय द न क ज नक र द न शर र क अ गद क न मद क ज ञ न कर न क यद कद सह र प म वलखन क क शल क व क स
17 TEACHER: NATASHA JHAMB YEAR: BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SECTOR-5, DWARKA, NEW DELHI SYLLABUS OF LINGUISTICS CLASS-I MONTH TOPIC SKILLS LEARNING OBJECTIVES APRIL Revision of previous Knowledge (Identification and sound blending) Self Introduction (My self ) Speaking Reading To be able to make a difference between the words by using them in their day to day language. Basic permissions Writing Speaking Skills Activity Basic permission Good Manners Speaking MAY Golden words Reading To understand the golden language words and use them in day to day conversation. Speaking Skills Activity Writing Library book (vocabulary enhancement)
18 JULY WH-Words (Introduction and usage). (eg. Ho w, Where, When etc.) Homophones (Introduction and differentiation) Speaking Reading Speaking Skills Activity Library book Writing To comprehend the concept of WH-Words and homophones and their usage. (vocabulary enhancement) Introduction to punctuation mark. (eg: -.,?) Speaking AUGUST Important Days and Dates Speaking Skills Activity Reading Writing To understand the usage of punctuation marks and apply them wisely. Library book (vocabulary enhancement) Revision ( April to August) Speaking SEPTEMBER Festivals Reading To recap the topics that has been taught. Speaking Skills Activity Writing
19 Picture Reading and Composition. Speaking OCTOBER Speaking Skills Activity Reading To enhance their thinking and creative skills. Library book (vocabulary enhancement) Writing Seasons Creative Writing Speaking NOVEMBER Speaking Skills Activity Reading To enhance their thinking and creative skills. Library book (vocabulary enhancement) Writing Creative Writing Comprehension Speaking DECEMBER Speaking Activity Reading To enhance their imaginative and writing skills. Library book (vocabulary enhancement) Writing
20 Comprehension JANUARY Grammar Time Speaking Skills Activity Speaking Reading To help to build relationships and recognize outcomes in variety of texts. Library book (vocabulary enhancement) Writing FEBRUARY Grammar Time Speaking Skills Activity Library book (vocabulary enhancement) Speaking Reading Writing To train them for dramatics and enhance their speaking skills. MARCH Revision (October to February) - To recap the topics that has been taught.
21 B.G.S International Public School Sector-5,Dwarka Syllabus for Computer Science Class : I Session : Teacher :Ms.Archi TERM I Month Topic Learning Outcome April- May 1.Basic knowledge of machine. To help the children to know the meaning of computer and its different parts. July August and September 2.Computer is a machine. 3.Name of different computer parts. 4.Introduction of MS-Paint by inserting the basic shapes. 1.Recap of previous knowledge. 2.Fill colour in shapes using i) Bucket Tool ii) Spray Tool 3.Introduction of Eraser Tool. 4.Merging of geometricalshapes & fill colour in it. 1.Introduction of MS-Word and its different keys )EnterKey, b)alphabet keys, c)number Keys, d)space bar e)caps Lock f)backspace 2.Subject related practice : Computer- To write down the name of computer parts. Children will have a clear idea about geometrical shapes. To help the children to memorise the topic learnt. To help children to explore shapes & create new objects like car, house etc. Children should be able to write down their name. To help the children to memorise the spelling of different computer parts.
22 B.G.S International Public School Sector-5,Dwarka Syllabus for Computer Science Class : I Session : Teacher :Ms.Archi TERM II Month Topic Learning Outcome October 1.Subject related practice : Maths :i)dodging tables ii) Skip Counting iii)addition iv)introduction of signs like +,-,= etc. To help students to work on MS-Word using numerical keys. 2.Introduction of Shift Key and Arrow keys. 3.Maximising & minimising of Eraser. November and December January and February March 1.Change of Font size, Font Style and Font colours. 2.Subject related practice : English : Write simple sentences. 1.Introduction of Undo. 2.Introduction of shading of text.(drag & drop). Recap of MS-Paint & MS-Word. Children should be able to write about the topic Myself To help children to handle mouse. To help children to handle MS-Word & MS-Paint independently
23 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SEC-5, DWARKA, NEW DELHI-75 CLASS I Subject : Vocal Music Session : Teacher : Ms. Saswati Biswas 1. School Prayer and School Song 2. Bhajan 3. Himalayas House Song 4. Alps House Song 5. Andes House Song 6. Drakensberg House Song
24 B.G.S International Public School Sector-5,Dwarka Syllabus for Art & Craft Class : I Session : Teacher :Ms.Archi TERM I Month Topic Learning Outcome April- May 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 3,4,5,6. To make students aware about the primary colours. 2.Knowing Colours. July August September 3.Facial Expressions. 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 7,8,9. 2.Drawing of Fruits& vegetables. 3. Drawing of Boat. 4. Paper Doll ( Craft) 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 10, 11,14. 2.Drawing of Tri colour Flag. 3.Activity On Rakhi. 4.Theme based drawing. 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 16,17,18. 2.Drawing of Hut & Tree. 3.Origami( Craft ) To help the students to draw different types of object using stencils. To help students to know the use of waste paper. To help children to know about our festivals. To teach children to draw shape based drawing. To help students to know the use of waste paper.
25 B.G.S International Public School Sector-5,Dwarka Syllabus for Art and Craft Class : I Session : Teacher :Ms.Archi TERM II Month Topic Learning Outcome October 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 19,20,21. To help students to enjoy drawing using numbers. 2.Block printing. November December January February and March 3.Drawing using numbers. 4.Activity using Ice Cream Stick ( Craft ) 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 22,24, Colour in one direction. 3. Activity on Diwali ( Craft ) 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 27,28,29. 2.Activity on Christmas(Craft ) 3.Drawing of a Village Scene. 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 30,32,33. 2.Drawing of Winter Scene. 1.Navrang Art File,Page nos- 35,36,37,39. 2.Tear & Paste Activity( Craft) To help students to know the use of waste materials like Ice Cream Sticks. Children should know how to do colouring in one direction. To help children to have an idea about Diwali. To help children to have basic idea about drawing. To help children to have an idea about Christmas. Children should be enjoy drawing & colouring. Children will enjoy the activity.
26 BGS INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SYLLABUS FOR CLASS I ( DANCE) MONTH TOPIC Activity APRIL & MAY (JAZZ) (WARM UP) - JAZZ DANCE STYLE WILL BE INTRODUCED. BASIC HAND MOVEMENTS,STANDING POSITIONS AND FOOTSTEPS WILL BE TAUGHT IN THE CLASS AND WILL WORK ON MUSICALITY. JULY & AUGUST SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER NOVEMBER & DECEMBER (STREET JAZZ) (FREE STYLE) (WARM UP) - WEIGHT SHIFTING, SIDE TO SIDE MOVEMENTS AND CONFIDENCE LEVEL WILL BE BUILT TO PERFORM ON STAGE + GROUP DANCE ROUTINE. HONOURS DAY PRACTICE EXERCISE LIKE:- ROLLING, JUMPING, MOVING SHOULDERS, FOOTWORK, FLOOR STEPS, BEAT KNOWLEDGE & LYRICAL DANCE ROUTINE WILL BE PREPARED. JANUARY & FEBRUARY (HIP - HOP) (WARM UP) - FREE STYLE COMBINATION OF STEPS, FOOTWORK, FLOOR STEPS, BEAT KNOWLEDGE + GROUP DANCE ROUTINE.
27 SYLLABUS FOR CLASS I YOGA SESSION: MONTH CLASS YOGA/ASANAS APRIL I STRETCHING EXERCISES MAY I INTRODUCTION TO YOGA & ASANAS: BHUJANGASANA, SAVASANA JULY I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS+NEW ASANA: PADMASANA AUGUST I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS+NEW ASANA: SALABHASANA SEPTEMBER I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS+NEW ASANA: VAJRASANA OCTOBER I PRACTISE OF PREVIOUS ASANAS+NEW ASANA: VIRBHADRASANA NOVEMBER I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS+NEW ASANA: GOMUKHASANA DECEMBER I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS+NEW ASANA: CHANDRASANA JANUARY I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS, INTRODUCTION TO MEDITATION FEBRUARY I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS+ANJALI MUDRA-STANDING & SITTING POSITIONS MARCH I PRACTISE PREVIOUS ASANAS+NEW ASANA: VIRASANA
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