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The Heritage School, Gurgaon

Syllabus 2010
-
11





Name of teacher
-

Ishita Sanyal Subject
-

Geography


Class XI



1
st

ut

Geography as a discipline, The Earth



1
st

term

Geography as a discipline, The Earth,Climate,Water,Life on earth


2
nd

ut

Physical environment

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2
nd

term

Full syllabus


Month

Concept / lesson name

Formative Assessment Plan

March



April

Geography as a discipline


The Ea
rth




May

The Earth


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Teachers Name
-
S
uchismita basu Tha
kur Subject
-

BusinessStudies

Class


XI








Summative Assessment

1
st

Semester
Examination


Natu
re of business to Emerging modes of business (5 chapters)

Final Semester
Examination

Emerging modes of business to Internal business (7 chapters)



Month

Concept / lesson name

Assessment Plan

March



April

Nature and purpose of busi
ness

PPT on business activities ,work sheets on
subtopics.

May


July


Forms of business organization

Research work on the various forms of business

August


Public .private and global
enterprises

Analysis of comparison of the various sectors

Sep
tember

Social Responsibility

Emerging modes of business

Make a Questionaire related to social
responsibility and follow up on that .

October

Business Services

Study of postal and courier mail services .Survey
of the popularity of credit cards issued
by different
banks .

November

Formation of Company



Sources of Business finance

As an entrepreneur ,what are the things you are
supposed to do to form a company.


Study the market for a week and make a Bar
Graph of top five companies

December

Janu
ary

Small business



International Business

Problems of small business

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Teachers Name
----

Rachna Khurana / Poonam Dixit Subject
-

Accountancy

Class


XI







Summative

Assessment

1
st

Semester
Examination



Final Semester
Examination










Month


Concept / lesson name

Formative
Assessmen
t
Plan

March




April


Unit 1:Introduction To Accounting, Unit 2:Theory Base
Of Accounting


May


Unit 2:Theory Base Of Accounting, Unit 3:Recording Of
Business Transactions


June

Project

Unit 9:Computers in Accounting


July


Unit 3:Revision of Re
cording Of Business Transactions,
Project Presentations, Unit 4:Trial Balance and
Rectification of Errors


August


Unit 5:Depreciation, Provisions and Reserves


September


Unit 6:Bill Of Exchange, Unit 7: Financial Statements


October


Unit 7: Fin
ancial Statements


November


Unit 7: Financial Statements, Unit 8: Accounts from
Incomplete Records, Unit 10: Accounting & Database
Management


December


Revision


January




February









Teachers

Name
--

V
arsha Mathur

Subject Psychology Class


XI











Summative Assessment

1
st

Semester
Examination



Final Semester
Ex
amination






Month


Concept / lesson name

Formative
Assessment
Plan

March




April


Introduction to Psychology


May


Methods of enquiry in psychology



July



The bases of human behaviour


August



Human Development


September


Sensory and perceptua
l processes


October


Learning


November


Human Memory


December


Language and Thought


January


Motivation and Emotion


February












CLASS XI (ECONOMICS)

SYLLABUS BREAK UP





























Month

Concept / lesson name

March


April /

May



Indian Economy on the eve of independence.



Introduction to Statistics.


July




Indian Economy: 1950
-
1990.



Collection of data.



Organization of data.

August




Liberalization, Privatiza
tion and Globalization.



Presentation of data.

September



Problem of poverty in India.



Measures of Central Tendency.

October



Human Capital Formation.



Rural Development.

November



Measures of Dispersion.



Correlation.

December



Employment
-

Growth, Inform
alisation and related issues.



Infrastructure

January



Environment and sustainable development



Index numbers



Comparative Development Experience of India with her
neighbours.

February



Revision

Teachers Name
----

RADHIKA
Subject
-
PHYSICS Class


XI






























Summative Assessment

1
st

Semester
Examination


Physical World & Measurement,
Kinem
atics, Laws of Motion, Work,
Energy & Power, Motion of System of particles & Rigid Body, Gravitation.

Final Semester
Examination

Entire Syllabus


Month


Concept/
Lesson


April

I
-

Physical World & Measurement

May

II
-

Kinematics

III
-
Laws of Motion


July


IV
-
Work, Energy & Power

V
-
Motion of System of particles &


Rigid Body

August


VI
-
Gravitation

September

VII
-
Properties of Bulk Matter

October


Nov
ember

VIII
-
Thermodynamics

December

IX

Behaviour of Perfect Gas &

X
-

Kinetic Theory of gases


Oscillations & Waves

January


February





Syllabus: XI CHEMISTRY (2010
-
2011)



Unit

Topics


Month

I

Mole concept

April

II

Atomic Structure

May

III

Classification of elements and periodicity in properties

May

IV

Chemical bonding and molecular structure

Jun & Jul

V

States of matter

Jul


VI

Thermodynamics

Aug

VII

Equlibrium

Aug

VIII

Redox

reaction

Sept

IX

Hydrogen

Sept

X

S block elements

Oct

XI

P block elements

Nov

XII

Organic chemistry
-
some basic principles and
techniques

Nov &
Dec

XIII

Hydrocarbons

Dec

XIV

Environmental chemistry

Jan

TOTAL

14 CHAPTERS




1
st

Semester
Examin
ation


Mole concept, Atomic structure, Periodic classification of
elements, States of matter, Thermodynamics, Redox reaction

Final Semester
Examination

Entire Syllabus






Teachers Name
----

Renu Singh Subject
-

Englis
h
Class

XI


Month

Concept / Lessons

March


April & May

UNIT I






1.

The Portrait of a Lady

2.

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N
st

Terminal

October

UNIT FOUR







1. The Ailing Planet

2. Posters



3. Ranga’s Marriage

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4. Albert Einstein at School


December

UNIT SIX



1. Silk Route

2. Father to Son

3. Birth

4. Comprehension Passages


January

Revision

February



1
st

Semester
Examination


Reading Skills : Comprehension Passages ;Note Making

Writing Skills : Letter
Writing ;Notice Writing ;Advertisements ;Article
Writing;


Final Semester
Examination




Teacher Name
----

Devyani Kapoor

Subject History



Class
-
11






Month

No of
pr

Concept / lesson name

Concept
-

Detail plan

April


14


From the Begining of
Time


Familiarize the learner with ways

Focus: Africa, Europe till 15000 BC of
reconstructing human evolution.

(a) Views on the origin of
human beings. _ Discuss
whether the experience of

(b) Early societies. present
-
day hunting
-
gathering

(c) Historians' views on present
-
day hunting
-

people can be used to understand

gathering societies. early societies.


May


12

Early Cities



Focus: Iraq,
3rd millennium BC _ Familiarize the
learner with the

(a) Growth of towns. (b) Nature of early nature of
early urban centres.

urban societies. _ Discuss whether writing is

(c) Historians' Debate on uses of writing.
significant as a marker of

civilization.



July
-



12

An Empire across
Three Continents


Familiarize the learner with the

Focus: Roman Empire, 27 B.C to A.D history of a
major world empire

600. _ Discuss whether slavery was a

(a) Political evolution (b) Economic significant
element in the

expans
ion (c) Religion (d) Late Antiquity.
economy.

(e) Historians views on the institution

of Slavery.



August.



12










10


Central Islamic Lands










Nomadic Empires:
(10)


_ Familiarize the learner with the

Focus: 7th to 12th centuries rise o
f Islamic empires
in the

(a) Polity (b) Economy (c) Culture. Afro
-
Asian
territories and its

(d) Historians viewpoints on the nature implications
for economy and

of the crusades. society.

_ Understand what the crusades

meant in these regions and how

they we
re experienced.




Focus: the Mongol, 13th to 14th century _
Familiarize the learner with the

(a) The nature of nomadism. (b) Formation
varieties of nomadic society and

of empires. (c) Conquests and relations their
institutions.

with other states. (d) Histor
ians’ views on _
Discuss whether state formation is

nomadic societies and state formation. possible in
nomadic societies.



September


12

10. Three Orders

10. Three Orders

Familiarize the learner with the

Focus: Western Europe, 13th
-
16th century nature
of the economy and society

(a) Feudal society and economy: (b) of this period
and the changes

Formation of states. (c) Church and within them.

Society. _ Show how the debate on the

(d) Historian’s views on decline of feudalism
decline of feudalism helps in

understanding processes of

transition.


October


14

11. Changing cultural
traditions


11. Changing cultural tradition

Focus on Europe, 14th to 17th century’. _ Explore
the intellectual trends in

(a)New ideas, and new trends in literature the
period.

and

arts. (b) Relationship with earlier ideas _
Familiarize students with the

(c) The contribution of West Asia. paintings and
buildings of the

period

(d) Historian’s view points on the validity _
Introduce the debate around the

of the notion ‘European Renais
sance’. idea of
‘Renaissance’.


November.


12








12

The Industrial
Revolution.









Displacing indigenous
People.

The Industrial Revolution.

Focus on England, 18th and 19th century. _
Understand the nature of growth in

(a) Innovations and technol
ogical change the period
and its limits.

(b) Patterns of growth. (c) Emergence of a _ Initiate
students to the debate on

working class. the idea of industrial revolution.

(d) Historians' viewpoints Debate, 'Was

there an Industrial Revolution?

Themes Object
ives

212


Displacing indigenous People.
Sensitize students
to the processes

Focus on North America and Australia, of
displacements that accompanied

I8th
-
20th century, the development of America and

(a) European colonists in North America Australia.

and Aus
tralia. (b) Formation of white _ Understand
the implications of

settler societies. (c) Displacement and such
processes for the displaced

repression of local people, populations.

(d) Historians view points on the impact

of European settlement on indigenous

population.


December




. Paths to Modernization. (14)
_ Make students
aware that.

Focus on East Asia. Late 19th and 20th
transformation in the modern

century. world takes many different forms.

(a) Militarization and economic growth in _ Show
how notions

like

Japan. (b) China and the Communist
‘modernization’ need to be

alternative. critically assessed.

(d) Historians' Debate on meaning of

modernization


January



CLASS XII

1
ST

CHAPTER OF BOOK I


Themes in
IndianHistory

February











Teachers N
ame
----

Jyoti Parruck Subject
-

Biology
Class


XI







Summative Ass
essment

1
st

Semester
Examination


Unit I : Diversity in living world

Unit II: Structural organization in animals and plants

Unit III: Cell: Structure and function

Final Examination

Unit I : Diversity in living world

Unit II: Structural organization i
n animals and plants

Unit III: Cell: Structure and function

Unit IV: Plant physiology

Unit V : Human Physiology


( Whole Syllabus)




Teachers Name : Alka Subject
-

Informatics Practices

Class


XI





Month

Unit

Concept / lesson name

March


No Class

April

I

Diversity in living world


May

I

Diversity in living world


July


II

. Structural organization in animals and plants

August


III

Ce
ll: Structure and function

September

III

Cell: Structure and function

October

III

Cell: Structure and function

November

IV

Plant physiology

December

IV

Plant physiology

January

V

Human Physiology

February

V

Human Physiology



Month


Concept / lesson name

Formative Assessment P
lan

March




April


Hardware Concept,
Software Concept

PPT, Computer Assembling, Assessment Sheet,
Holiday Homework


(Presentation or Paper Work)

May


Programming Basics &
Fundamentals, Variables,
Introduction to NetBeans

Assessment Sheet, Home Work
, Logical Thinking,
Notebook


July



Discussion on Holiday
Homework (Computer
Concept), Revision,
OOPs Concept

PPT (computer Fundamentals, Virus), Assessment
Sheet, Notebook

August



Practices on
programming Logics
using NetBeans,
Introducation of Cont
rol
Structure

Programs & assessment Sheet, Notebook

September


Control Structures

Programs & assessment Sheet, Notebook

October


RDBMS Concept, DRL

Assessment Sheet on Concept & Query Writing

November


DRL,DDL, DML

Assessment Sheet on Concept & Qu
ery Writing

December


SQL Functions

Assessment Sheet on Concept & Query Writing

January


IT Application

PPT on IT Application

February


Revision

Practice with Activity Sheet




Summative A
ssessment

1
st

Semester
Examination


Computer Concept & Programming

Final Semester
Examination

Full

Syllabus





Teachers Name
----

Fatima Subject
-

Computer Science Class


XI









Summative Assess
ment

1
st

Semester
Examination


Number system, basics of computer System, Programming methodology; Decision
constructs and basic problems on loops

Final Semester
Examination

Full Syllabus




Month


Concept / lesson name

Formative
Assessment
Plan

March




April


Basics of Computer System


May


Number systems; class test



July



Programming Methodology; Algorithms and Flow chart; Introd
uction to C++
-

Character set, syntax, Tokens in C++


August



Decision construct
-

If, If
-

else; else
-
if; nested if, switch statement, conditional
statement; Related problems in Lab


September


Loops
-

while, do
-
while, for; Related problems in lab


Oc
tober


Arrays
-

1d and 2d; related problems in labs


November


2d arrays continued


December


Functions


January


Functions continued


February


Revision