BAAL BAARI PUBLIC SCHOOL (2018-19)

TERM WISE CLASSIFICATION OF SYLLABUS

I Term Syllabus (2018 – 19)
April to September (PRE-NUR TO K.G)

English Book All in one Pre nursery (Reading Book) Page no – 4 to 15
Rhymes – Page no : 66, 67, 70, 71, 74, 75
English Oral A to L Book Reading
A to L Recognization with picture Rhymes oral prenursery
Writing Skill Pattern book (all) Writing book page 4 to 15
1. See the picture & match the correct alphabet.
2. See the alphabet & match the correct picture.
3. Match the same picture.
4. See the picture & circle the correct alphabet.
5. Match the alphabet to same alphabet.
Maths Book All in one Pre – Nursery (Reading Book) Page no. – 32 to 41
Maths Learn counting 1 to 10
Oral Recognization shapes – Circle , Square, Triangle, Star :
Writing Skill Writing book page – 120 to 163
1. Match with same number.
2. Match with same shapes.
3. Circle the correct number.
4. Count and match the correct number.
Drawing All in one Pre Nursery
Book Page no. – 108 to 114 :
G. K. (Oral) 1. Fruits name (Any five)
2. Vegetable name (Any five)
3. Pet animals (Any five)
4. Parts of body (Any five)
5. Activities – Sitting, Standing, Eating, Drinking
Conversation Q1. What is your name?
Oral Q2. How are you? :
Q3. What is your father’s name?
Q4. What is your mother’s name?
Q5. How old are you?
Q6. Where do you live?
Q7. Who is your class teacher?
Q8. What is the name of your school?
Q9. In which class do you study?
Q10. Do you help others?

II Term Syllabus (2018 – 19)
October to February

English Book All in one Pre nursery
(Reading Book) Page no – 17 to 31
Rhymes – Page no : 78, 79, 82, 83, 86, 87
English Oral M to Z Book Reading
( M to Z Recognization with picture Rhymes oral )
Writing Skill Pattern book (all) Writing book page 60 to 119
1. See the picture & match the correct alphabet.
2. See the alphabet & match the correct picture.
3. Match the same picture.
4. See the picture & circle the correct alphabet.
5. Match the alphabet to same alphabet.
Maths Book All in one Pre – Nursery
(Reading Book) Page no. – 42 to 51
Maths Oral Learn 1 to 20 counting
(Recognization : Shapes, Cone, Star, Oval, Heart)
Writing Skill Writing book page – 164 to 183
1. Match with same number.
2. Match with same shapes.
3. Circle the correct number.
4. Count and match the correct number.
Drawing All in one Pre Nursery (Page no. – 115 to 120)
Book
G. K. (Oral) 1. Flowers name (any five)
2. Birds name (any five)
E.V.S. 3. Wild animals (any five)
4. Means of transport (any five)
5. My family
Conversation Q1. Which fruit is the king of fruits? (Mango)
Q2. What do you say in the morning? (Good Morning)
Q3. Which animals give us milk? (Cow, Buffalo)
Q4. What is the colour of an apple? (Red)
Q5. What is the colour of banana? (Yellow)
Q6. What is the colour of milk? (White)

I Term Syllabus (2018 – 19)
April to September

English English capital writing copy (page no – 2 to 64)
Golden Nursery Rhymes (page no – 3 to 15)
Writing 1. Alphabet A to Z
Skill 2. Exercise : a. Match the alphabet with pictures
b. Write first alphabet of the pictures nursery
c. Circle the similar Alphabet
d. What comes after
e. Complete the series
f. Circle the next alphabet
g. Fill in the blanks
h. Dictation (A to Z)
Oral 1. Rhymes
2. Alphabet (A to Z)
3. Question Answer
a. What is your name?
b. Are you boy or a girl?
c. What is the name of your school? (B.B.P.S.)
d. Who is your class teacher? (Mrs. Vandana)
e. What is the name of your principal mam?
(Mrs. Neeru Joshi)
f. What should you say when you get up in the morning?
(Good Morning)
g. What should you say when you go to bed at night?
(Good Night)
h. How are you? (I am fine thank you)
i. What is the colour –
sky, teeth, apple, grass, mango, tomato, shoes, hair etc.
j. How many …………………….. do you have?
(eyes, nose, fingers, leg, hand)
Maths 1. Maths writing copy. (page no – 2 to 95)
2. Forward counting (1 to 50)
3. Backward counting (10 to 1)
Writing Skill Exercise :
1. Count & Write
2. Ring the odd shape
3. What comes after, What comes between (1 to 50)
4. Complete the series.
5. Ring the next number (1 to 20)
6. Count & Match
7. Draw lines ( Dictation 1 to 50)
Oral 1. Forward counting – 1 to 50
2. Backward counting – 10 to 1
3. Recognization of shapes –
Circle, Cone, Triangle, Oval, Rectangle, Square
G.K. 1. Five fruits name –
Apple , Mango, Banana, Orange, Grapes
Conversation 2. Five vegetables name –
Tomato, Onion, Potato, Brinjal, Lady Finger
3. Five colors name – Red, Blue, Pink, Orange, Yellow
4. Five pet animals – Dog, cat, horse, cow, goat
5. How many days in a week. (7 days)
6. Name of the days of the week.
(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
7. Five parts of body – eyes, nose, hands, legs, ears
8. Five flowers name – rose, lily, tulip, marigold, Sunflower
9. Who is the king of forest? (Lion)
10. Which is our national flower? (Lotus)
11. Which fruit is the king of fruits? (Mango)
12. Who gives us milk? (Cow, Buffalo)
Drawing My drawing book (page no – 3 to 13)
G.K./E.V.S. Environmental Studies (Sheet no – 2 to 22)

II Term Syllabus
October to February

English 1. English small writing copy (page no – 2 to 64)
2. Golden Nursery Rhymes (page no – 16 to 26)
Writing Skill 1. Small alphabet a to z
2. Exercise
a. Two letter words
b. See the picture and write three letter words
c. Convert small alphabet into capital
d. Convert capital alphabet into small
e. Fill in the blanks
f. Matching capital alphabet with small alphabet
g. What comes after
h. Complete the series
i. Dictation – two letter words
Oral 1. Rhymes
2. Recognization of alphabet (a to z)
3. Question – Answer
a. What is your father’s name?
b. What is your mother’s name?
c. Who is your Director sir? (Mr. Vinay Ruhela)
d. What should you say when you make mistake?
(Sorry)
e. What should you say when you get something
from someone? (Thank you)
f. How many months are there in a year? ( 12 )
g. When does the moon shine? (At night)
h. What do you see in the sky at night? (Moon & Star)
i. Name the months of the year.
Maths 1. Maths writing copy. (page no – 96 to 112)
2. Counting (1 to 100)
Writing Skill 1. Numbers – 51 to 100
2. Backward counting – 20 to 1
Exercise :
1. Ring the smallest number (1 to 20)
2. Ring the greatest number (1 to 20)
3. Comparison (1 to 20)
4. What comes after. (1 to 100)
5. What comes before (1 to 20)
6. Complete the series
7. Missing number
8. Addition through pictures
9. Dictation (1 to 100)
Oral 1. Forward counting – 1 to 100
2. Backward counting – 20 to 1
3. Recognization of shapes
Drawing My drawing book (page no – 14 to 24)
G.K./E.V.S. Environmental Studies (Sheet no – 22 to 48)
Conversation 1. Five birds name
2. Five wild animal names
3. Five insects name
4. Season name
5. Three indoor games
6. Three outdoor games
7. Who stiches our clothes?
8. Who brings us letter?
9. Which is your national animal?
10. Which is our national bird?
11. Which is our national song?
12. Which is our national Anthem?

I Term Syllabus (2018 – 19)
April to September

English My English Book :
1. Lets learn phonic (page no – 3 to 49)
2. Nursery Rhymes (page no – 3 to 15)
3. Write away (page no – 3 to 22)
Writing Skill 1. Capital letter A to Z , Small letter a to z kg
2. Vowels (a, e, i, o, u)
3. Parts of body, Birds, Fruits , Vegetables ,
Colors, Animals name.
Oral 1. Rhymes (page no – 3 to 15)
2. Question Answer:
a. What is your name?
b. In which school do you study?
c. What is the full form of BBPS?
d. How many hands do you have? (Two)
e. How many eyes do you have? (Two)
f. How many nose do you have? (One)
g. How many fingers do you have? (Ten)
h. Are you a boy or a girl?
i. What is color of the sky / grass / tomato?
Maths My Maths Book
1. Let’s learn maths (page no – 3 to 52)
2. Table Book (Page no – 2 to 7)
Writing Skill 1. Forward counting (1 to 200)
2. Backward counting (20 to 1)
3. Number name (1 to 20)
4. Tables (0 to 3)
5. Dictation (1 to 200)
Oral 1. Forward counting (1 to 200) :
2. Backward counting (20 to 1)
3. Tables (0 to 3)
4. Recognization of shapes – Circle, Square,
Triangle, Rectangle, Oval
G.K. / E.V.S. My EVS / GK Book:
1. Environmental Studies (page no – 2 to 20)
2. Speak well conversation (Learn – 3 to 11 )
Writing Skill Sense Organs, Food, Air, Water, Safety Habits,
Animal Shelters, Animals sounds
Oral Speak well:
1. Where do you live? (Modinagar)
2. Do you obey your elders? (Yes)
3. Do you like your house? (Yes)
4. Where is your school? (Kadrabad)
5. Who is your class teacher? (Mrs. Meena)
6. Which day is a holiday? (Sunday)
7. What do you do in school? (I study and play)
Drawing My Drawing Book –
Art and Craft (page no – 3 to 15)
Computer Introduction of computer (Oral)

II Term Syllabus (2018 – 19)
October to February

English My English Book :
1. Lets learn phonic (page no – 50 to 68)
2. Nursery Rhymes (page no – 16 to 26)
3. Write away (page no – 22 to 48)
Writing Skill 1. One – Many, Seasons, Our Helpers,
Days of the week , Homes of animals
Materials , Flower name, Opposites.
2. Dictation of three letter words
Oral 1. Rhymes (page no – 16 to 26)
2. Question Answer:
a. What is our national song? (Vande Mataram)
b. What is our national anthem? (Jan – Gan – Man)
c. how many colors in our national flag? (Three)
d. What is the logo of our school? (Always Ahead)
e. How many months are there in a year? (Twelve)
f. Who is your principal? Dr. (Mrs.) Neeru Joshi
g. Who is your director? (Mr. Vinay Ruhela)
Maths My Maths Book:
1. Let’s learn maths (page no – 53 to 88)
2. Table Book (Page no – 8 to 12)
Writing Skill 1. Forward counting (201 to 500)
2. Backward counting (50 to 21)
3. Number name (21 to 50)
4. Tables (4 to 7)
5. Dictation
Oral 1. Forward counting (201 to 500)
2. Backward counting (50 to 21)
3. Number name (21 to 50)
4. Tables (4 to 7)
5. Shapes
G.K./E.V.S. My EVS / GK Book:
1. Environmental Studies (page no – 21 to 48)
2. Speak well conversation (page no – 12 to 24)
Writing Skill Means of transport, Computers, Solar System
Electrical Gadgets, Community helpers,
Days of the week, Months of the year, Festivals
Oral Speak well: ( L : 12 to 22 )
1. When do you eat fruits? (After lunch)
2. Are fruits good for health? (Yes)
3. Do you wish everyone you meet? (Yes , I do)
4. What is the color of the sky? (It’s blue)
5. Do you know the color of an apple? (Red)
6. How many hands do we have? (Two hands)
7. How many nose do we have? (One nose)
8. Can you see the sun on a cloudy day? (No)
9. When does the moon shine? (At night)
10. Can you see the stars in the morning? (No, I can’t)
Drawing My Drawing Book :
Art and Craft (page no – 16 to 24)
Computer Introduction of computer (Oral)
Baal Baari Public School
Syllabus : Class VI

SOCIAL SCIENCE
PCT I: PCT II:
Geogr. : L1 – The earth and the Solar system Geogra. : L5 – Major domains (spheres) of the earth
L2 – Globe: latitude and Longitude L6 – Major landforms of the earth
History : L1 – An introduction to history History : L8 – Emergence of new Ideas and Religion
L2 – When , Where and How L9 – The first empire and the great emperor
L3 – Earliest people L10 – Life in Villages and Towns
L4 – Beginning of farming and herding Civics : L5 – Rural Local Government – Panchayati Raj
Civics : L1 – Diversity L6 – Rural Administration
L2 – Diversity and discrimination L7 – Urban Local Government

Term I Term II
Geogra. : L1 – The earth in the Solar system Geogra. : L4 – Maps
L2 – Globe: latitude and Longitude L5 – Major domains (spheres) of the earth
L3 – Motions of the earth L6 – Major landforms of the earth
L4 – Maps L7 – India : Our Motherland
L8 – Physical features
History : L1 – An introduction to history L9 – India’s Climate
L2 – When , Where and How L10 – Natural vegetation and Wild life
L3 – Earliest people
L4 – Beginning of farming and herding History : L2 – When , Where and How
L5 – The earliest cities : L8 – Emergence of new Ideas and Religion
The Harappan Civilization L9 – The first empire and the great emperor
L6 – The vedic period (1500 BC – 600 BC ) L10 – Life in Villages and Towns
L7 – Janapadas and Mahajanapadas L11 – Indian after the Mauryan Period
Civics : L1 – Diversity 200 BC to AD 300
L2 – Diversity and discrimination L12 – India from the 4th Centuary to 7th Century
L3 – Government L13 – Culture and Science in the Ancient India
L4 – Key elements of Democracy Civics : L1 – Diversity
L5 – Rural Local Government – Panchayati Raj
L6 – Rural Administration
L7 – Urban Local Government
L8 – Rural Livelihoods
L9 – Urban Livelihoods

LIFE SKILL
PCT I: PCT II
L1 : The open Window L7 : The Boy Whose Toys Came Alive
L2 : Vision of Roebling L8 : The Mouse Trap

Term I Term II
L1 : The open Window L2 : Vision of Roebling
L2 : Vision of Roebling L5 : The Generous Snake
L3 : Picture of Peace L7 : The Boy Whose Toys Came Alive
L4 : The Time Book L8 : The Mouse Trap
L5 : The Generous Snake L9 : The Ship of Friendship
L6 : The Golden House L10 : Emperor’s Seed
L11 : An Insignificant Task
L12 : The Last Hurray
L13 : Mr. Fox

MATHS
PCT I: PCT II
L1 : Numbers systems L7 : Decimals
L2 : Factors and Multiple L8 : Algebraic Expressions
L15 : Polygon L9 : Linear Equations in one variables

Term I Term II
L1 : Numbers systems L7 : Decimals
L2 : Factors and Multiple L8 : Algebraic Expressions
L3 : Whole Numbers L9 : Linear Equations in one variables
L4 : Integers L10 : Ratio, Proportion and Unitary Method
L5 : Fractions L11 : Line segment, Ray & Line
L6 : Simplification L12 : Parallel Lines
L15 : Polygons L13 : Angles and their Measurement
L16 : Trinangles L14 : Constructions
L17 : Quadrilaterals L15 : Polygon
L20 : Two – Dimensional Reflection Symmetry L16 : Triangles
L23 : Pictograph L18 : Circles
L24 : Bar graph L19 : Three – Dimensional shapes
L21 : Concept of Perimeter and Area
L22 : Data Handling

ENGLISH : COURSE BOOK
PCT I PCT II
L1 When I was twelve L 10 Wondering Singers
L2 Color of My Dreams L 11 An Unconfortable Bed

TERM I TERM II
L1 When I was twelve L 8 The Selfish Giant
L2 Color of My Dreams L 10 Wondering Singers
L3 Engine Trouble L 11 An Unconfortable Bed
L4 Six and Out L 12 Trees
L5 The Snow goose L 13 Monday Morning
L6 Travelling with grandfather’s zoo L 14 Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore
L7 A boy and his dog L 15 Christmas with the Cratchits
L8 The Selfish Giant L 16 Robinson Crusoe’s Diary
L9 Packing for the journey L 17 Dear Mr. Examiner
L 18 The Invisible Man

ENGLISH : GRAMMAR
PCT I PCT II
L 1 The Sentence L 18 The Preposition
L 2 Kinds of Sentences L 19 The Conjunction
L 3 Parts of Sentence ( Subject & Predicate ) L 20 The Interjection
L 4 Affirmative and Negative sentences L 22 Words often Confused from ( 24 to 33 )
L 5 Formation of Interrogative Sentences Judicial , Judicious to Popular, Populous
L 22 Words often confused from 1 to 10 L 23 Synonyms from ( 37 to 54 )
( Accept, Except to Council, Counsel ) Decrease to Lazy
L 23 Synonyms from 1 to 18 (Able to Bad ) Antonyms from ( 31 to 48 )
Antonyms from 1to15 (Accept to Dead) Lend to Real

ENGLISH : GRAMMAR
TERM I TERM II
L 1 The Sentence L 6 The Noun : Kinds of Nouns
L 2 Kinds of Sentences L 14 The Tense
L 3 Parts of Sentence (Subject & Predicate) L 15 The use of tenses
L 4 Affirmative and Negatve L 16 Voice
L 5 Formation of Interrogative Sentences L 17 Narration – Reprted Speech
L 6 The noun : Kinds of noun L 18 The Preposition
L 7 Formation of Abstract noun L 19 The Conjunction
L 8 Gender L 20 The Interjection
L 9 Articles L 21 Punctuation Marks and Capital letters
L 10 The Pronoun L 22 Words often Confused from ( 24 to 45 )
L 11 Adjectives Judicial , Judicious to Yoke, Yolk
L 12 The Verb : Kinds of verbs L 23 Synonyms from ( 37 to 72 )
L 13 Adverbs Decrease to Trust
L 22 Words often confused from 1 to 23 Antonyms from ( 31 to 60 )
(Accept, Except to Industrial, Lend to Wisdom
Industrious ) L 24 Composition – Essay and Notice
L 23 Synonyms from 1 to 36 (Able to Dear) L 26 Reading Comprehension
Antonyms from1 to 30 (Accept to Lead)
L 24 Composition : Letter and Message
L 25 Picture Composition

SCIENCE
PCT I PCT II
L 1 Food – Where does it come from? L 9 The living organisms and their surroundings
L 2 Components of food L 10 Motion & Measurements of Distances
L 3 Fibre to fabric L 11 Light, Shadows and Reflections
L 4 Sorting material into groups L 12 Electricity and Circuits

TERM I TERM II
L 1 Food – Where does it come from? L 5 Seperation of substances
L 2 Components of food L 9 The living organisms and their surroundings
L 3 Fibre to fabric L 10 Motion & Measurement of Distances
L 4 Sorting material into groups L 11 Light Shadows and Reflections
L 5 Seperation of substances L 12 Electricity and Circuits
L 6 Changes around us L 13 Fun with Magnets
L 7 Getting to know plants L 14 Water
L 8 Body movements L 15 Air around Us
L 16 Garbage In, Garbage Out

G.K.
TERM I TERM I
PLANTS AND ANIMALS PCT I SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PCT-2
5 Native Animals 8−9 Skin
6 About Animals 16 Branches of Science
34 Reptiles 17 Science Knowledge
37 About Birds 28 Flying in Air
63 Plants 29 Royal Rails
64 Animal Champs 33 Scientific Theories
65 Our Body P.T.O.

G.K.
NATURE PCT I SPORTS PCT-2
7 The Himalayas 26 Cricket
42 Planets 26 Sports and Games
49 Unique Earth 47 Basketball
67 Cold Desert – Antarctica 48 National Games
71 Land and Oceans 57 Famous Sportspersons
INDIA 69 Field Placement
19 Indian Lakes 73 Indoor Games
20 Indian Currency ENTERTAINMENT
21 The Incredible North-East 51 Classical Dances
22 India in the Mughal Period 59 Composers and Singers
24 Dams 70 Sa Re Ga Ma
38 Wildlife Sanctuaries PERSONALITIES
44 Know your Country 11 Pathfinders
45 Famous Hill Stations 12 Great Philosophers
46 The Who’s Who of History 35 Famous People
55 Fairs and Festival 36 Nicknaming the Greats
58 India’s Ancient Pioneers LIFE SKILLS
60 Freedom Struggle 54 Tips to speak better
61 Monuments 74 Some Steps to Success
62 Our Government MIXED BAG
72 Indian Awards 25 Religion
AROUND THE WORLD 27 Handicrafts
18 City Roamer 30 Quick Help
43 Sobriquets or Nicknames 53 Types of Cars
50 Tour of Europe 68 Keeping Time
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
10 Compuwords 10 Compuwords
13 Literature Facts 13 Literature Facts
14 Just a Word 14 Just a Word
15 Books and Authors 15 Books and Authors
31 The Vedas 31 The Vedas
39 World Literature 39 World Literature
40 Improve your Vocabulary 40 Improve your Vocabulary
41 The Mahabharata 41 The Mahabharata
52 Know Your Epics 52 Know Your Epics
66 Synonyms 66 Synonyms

COMPUTER
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Computer Languages and Software L6 : Microsoft Excel 2010
L2 : Microsoft Windows Operating System L7 : Flash

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Computer Languages and Software L1 : Computer Languages and Software
L2 : Microsoft Windows Operating System L6 : Microsoft Excel 2010
L3 : Mail Merge L7 : Flash
L4 : More About Microsoft Word 2010 L8 : QBASIC The First Step
L5 : Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 L9 : Internet

Baal Baari Public School
Syllabus : Class VII

SCIENCE
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Nutrition in Plants L10 : Respiration in Organism
L2 : Nutrition in Animals L11 : Transportation in Animals & Plants
L3 : Fibre to Fabric L12 : Reproduction in Plants
L4 : Heat L13 : Motion & Time

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Nutrition in Plants L4 : Heat
L2 : Nutrition in Animals L5 : Acids , Bases & Salts
L3 : Fibre to Fabric L10 : Respiration in Organism
L4 : Heat L11 : Transportation in Animals & Plants
L5 : Acids , Bases & Salts L12 : Reproduction in Plants
L6 : Physical and Chemical changes L13 : Motion & Time
L7 : Weather , Climate and Adaptation of L14 : Electric Current and its effects
Animals to Climate L15 : Light
L8 : Winds , Storms and Cyclones L16 : Water – A precious Resources
L9 : Soil L17 : Forests – Our Lifeline
L18 : Waste Water story

LIFE SKILL
PCT I PCT II
L1 : To be Simple L7 : A Sea change
L2 : Value of Concentration L8 : Offer Him the others

TERM I TERM II
L1 : To be Simple L2 : Value of Concentration
L2 : Value of Concentration L4 : The Gift
L3 : Special Ability L7 : A Sea change
L4 : The Gift L8 : Offer Him the others
L5 : Butterfly L9 : Erik – The Sportsman
L6 : The Right Choice L10 : Role Model
L11 : Culture
L12 : Care for Nature

S. ST.
PCT I PCT II
Geogra. : L1 : Our Environment Geogra. : L7 : Natural vegetation & wildlife
History : L1 : When , Where and How History : L6 : Towns , Traders & Craftmen
Civics : L1 : Democracy Civics : L6 : Advertising

TERM I TERM II
Geogra. : L1 : Our Environment Geogra. : L1 : Our Environment
L2 : Interior of the Earth L6 : Hydrosphere (Water )
L3 : Our changing Earth L8 : Human Environment – Settlement
L4 : Atmosphere (Air) Transport and communication
L5 : Weather & Climate L9 : Human Environment Interaction –
L6 : Hydrosphere (Water ) The tropical and the sub tropical region
L10 : Life in temperate grasslands
L11 : Life in the hot and cold deserts
P.T.O.

History : L1 : When , Where and How
L2 : Kings and Kingdoms in the early History : L5 : Architecture in the Medieval Period
Medieval Period L7 : Mobile and settled communities
L3 : The sultans of Delhi L8 : Religious Development in the
L4 : The Mughal Empire Medieval period
L5 : Architecture in the Medieval Period L9 : Development of Reginal Cultures
L10 : Political Formations in the
Civics : L1 : Democracy eighteen century
L2 : Equality in Democracy
L3 : The state government Civics : L4 : The Role of the state gevernment
L4 : The Role of the state gevernment L7 : Social Aspects of gender roll
L5 : Media and Democracy L8 : Economic Aspects of gender roll
L9 : Markets Around Us
L10 : A Chain of markets

MATHS
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Integers L9 : Unitary Method
L2 : Fractions L10 : Percentage
L3 : Decimals L11 : Profit and Loss

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Integers L7 : Linear Equation in One Variable
L2 : Fractions L8 : Ratio and Proportion
L3 : Decimals L9 : Unitary Method
L4 : Rational Numbers L10 : Percentage
L5 : Exponents L11 : Profit and Loss
L6 : Algebraic Expressions L12 : Simple Interest
L13 : Lines and Angles L13 : Lines and Angles
L14 : Properties of Parallel Lines L14 : Properties of Parallel Lines
L16 : Congruence L15 : Properties of Triangles
L17 : Constructions L19 : Three Dimensional shapes
L18 : Reflection and Rotations Symmetry L20 : Mensuration
L22 : Bar Graphs L21 : Collection and Organisation of Data
L23 : Probability

ENGLISH
PCT I PCT II
Reader L1 : A Voyage to Brobding nag Reader L10 : The King Without Clothes
L2 : Hide and Seek L11 : Hafiz Mian
Grammar L1 : The Phrase Grammar L15 : Phrasal Verb
L2 : The Clause L18 : The Preposition
L3 : The sentence and Its types L19 : The Conjunction
L4 : Kinds of sentences L24 : 10 Synonyms – From Fatigue to Miserly
L5 : Subject and Predicate L24 : 10 Antonyms – From Exhale to Gain
L24 : 10 Synonyms-From Abhor to Anger
L24 : 10 Antonyms-From Abhor to Arrival

TERM I TERM II
Reader L1 : A Voyage to Brobding nag Reader L4 : A Thunderstorm
L2 : Hide and Seek L5 : Educating Mother
L3 : The Bell L10 : The King Without Clothes
P.T.O.

L4 : A Thunderstorm L11 : Hafiz Mian
L5 : Educating Mother L12 : Gull
L6 : A conversation Costs L13 : Frankenstein’s Monster
Phileas Fogg Dearly L14 : The Spider and the Fly
L7 : The Charge of the Light Brigade L15 : Malala’s Speech
L8 : Mr. Sherlock Holmes L16 : Jimmy Valentine
L9 : I learn to Talk L17 : The Vagabond
L18 : Pygmalion
Grammar L1 : The Phrase
L2 : The Clause
L3 : The sentence and Its types Grammar L7 : Gender
L4 : Kinds of sentences L11 : The Verb
L5 : Subject and Predicate L15 : Phrasal Verb
L6 : The Noun and Kinds of Noun L16 : Tense – Voice (Active and Passive)
L7 : Gender L17 : Direct and Indirect Speech
L8 : Determiners L18 : The Preposition
L9 : The Pronoun L19 : The Conjunction
L10 : The Adjective L20 : Idioms (From a mare’s nest to snap one’s
L11 : The Verb fingers at)
L12 : Subject – Verb Aggrement L21 : Confusing words
L13 : Non – Finites (Gender, L22 : Punctuation and Capitals
Infinitives, Participle) L23 : Prefix and Suffix
L14 : The Adverb L24 : Synonyms ( From Fatigue to Zigzag)
L26 : Composition (Essay, E-Mail) L24 : Antonyms (From Exhale to Superior)
L24 : 35 Synonyms L25 : Transformation of Sentences
( From Abhor to Famous ) L26 : Composition (Letter, Report, Paragraph)
L24 : 35 Antonyms L27 : Comprehension Passages
(From Abhor to Entrance)
L20 : 17 Idioms (From eat
humble pie to kick up a row)

G. K.
TERM – I TERM – II
PLANTS AND ANIMALS PCT-1 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PCT-2
5 The Threat of Extinction 20−21 Machines in the Home
6 Flying Wonders 23 Everyday Science
7 God’s Pharmacy! 34 Mind Your Body
8 Fascinating World of Fungi 49 Nature and Science
37 Penguins 52−53 The Brain
38 World of Insects 58 Science Facts
57 Whales 60 Petroleum
61 Amazing Animals 65 Scientific Studies
NATURE PCT-1 66 Science Queries
24 Amazing Facts SPORTS PCT-2
40 Raindrops 25 Football Mania
43 Deserts 29 Martial Arts
44 Hot Desrets 32 Legendary Sportspersons
45 Cold Deserts 33 Indoor Sports
73 Environmentally Aware 46 Cricket
63 Games
ENTERTAINMENT
18 Art and Culture
26 Pop Divas of the West
P.T.O.

INDIA PERSONALITIES
11 Uttrakhand 14 Whats’s My Name
12 Royal Majesty 22 Worls’s Greatest Mind
13 History of Glance 55 Famous Painters
27 Our armed Forces 59 Immortal Figures
28 National Parks of India 62 History Makers
47 Mughal Period 67 Some Indian Firsts
68 Indian Cities LIFE SKILLS
72 The Constitution of India 15 Laughter: The Best Machine
AROUND THE WORLD 17 Social Etiquette
9 World Tour 56 Personality Development
10 Sobriquets MIXED BAG
19 Indus Valley Civilization 35 Electricity
31 Amazing Sites 36 Dreams on Wheels
42 Riverside Cities 39 Days to Remember
64 International Travel 41 Religion and Mythology
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 50 Logical Thinking
16 Famous Quotations 51 Sculpted
48 Modes of express 74 Disaster Management
69 Abbreviations LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
70 British-Americana 16 Famous Quotations
71 Cool Words 48 Modes of express
69 Abbreviations
70 British-Americana
71 Cool Words

COMPUTER
PCT I PCT II
L5 : Introduction to HTML L4 : Introduction of Microsoft Access 2010
L6 : More on HTML L7 : More on QBASIC

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Fundamentals of Computer L4 : Introduction of Microsoft Access 2010
L2 : Sorting and Filtering Data in Microsoft Excel L6 : More on HTML
L3 : Calculating with Microsoft Excel 2010 L7 : More on QBASIC
L5 : Introduction to HTML L8 : Upload on a Server
L6 : More on HTML L9 : More with Flash
L10 : Computer Virus L11 : Creating E- mail Account

Baal Baari Public School
Syllabus : Class VIII
SCIENCE
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Crop production & Mangement L10 : Reaching the age of adolescence
L2 : Micro-organism : Friend & foe L11 : Force and Pressure
L3 : Synthetic fibre and plastics L12 : Friction
L4 : Material : Metals & Non – Metals L13 : Sound
TERM I TERM II
L1 : Crop production & Mangement L5 : Coal and Petroleum
L2 : Micro-organism : Friend & foe L6 : Combustion and flame
L3 : Synthetic fibre and plastics L8 : Cell – Structures and Function
L4 : Material : Metals & Non – Metals L10 : Reaching the age of adolescence
L5 : Coal and Petroleum L11 : Force and Pressure
L6 : Combustion and flame L12 : Friction
L7 : Conservation of Plants and Animals L13 : Sound
L8 : Cell – Structures and Function L14 : Chemical effects of electric Current
L9 : Reproduction in Animals L15 : Some Natural Phenomenon
L16 : Light
L17 : Stars and The Solar System
L18 : Pollution of Air and Water

LIFE SKILL
PCT I PCT II
L1 : The rocks of life L7 : Value of Love
L2 : Keep your dream L8 : Diana’s Words
L3 : Just P.U.SH. L9 : Colour of Friendship
TERM I TERM II
L1 : The rocks of life L1 : The rocks of life
L2 : Keep your dream L6 : Lost Childhood
L3 : Just P.U.SH. L8 : Diana’s Words
L4 : What is family L9 : Colour of Friendship
L5 : The boy and the apple tree L10 : What goes around comes around
L6 : Lost Childhood L11 : The Escape of the caged Bird
L12 : Whitey

ENGLISH
PCT I PCT II
LITERA. L1 : The world in a wall LITERA. L10 : The village Blacksmith
L2 : Stopping by woods on a snowy evening L11 : Dusk
L3 :My financial career L12 : A piece of Bread
L4 : The earthworm’s monologue L13 : Ozymandias
L5 : The next voice you hear L14 : The Lady or the Tiger?
L15 : The face on the wall
GRAMM. L4 : Kinds of sentences `
L5 : The noun and kinds of nouns GRAMM. L14 :Direct and Indirect speech
L6 : Determiners L15 : The preposition
L7 : The pronoun L27 : Reading comprehension
L8 : The verb L28 : Letter and advertisement
L9 : The Adjective
L10 : Usage of Tenses
L27 : Reading comprehension
L28 : Application, Paragraph
P.T.O.

TERM I TERM II
LITERA. L1 : The world in a wall LITERA. L7 : The Luncheon
L2 : Stopping by woods on a snowy evening L8 : On a Bicycle
L3 :My financial career L9 : The wright brothers
L4 : The earthworm’s monologue L10 : The village Blacksmith
L5 : The next voice you hear L11 : Dusk
L6 : Where the mind is without fear L12 : A piece of Bread
L7 : The Luncheon L13 : Ozymandias
L8 : On a Bicycle L14 : The Lady or the Tiger?
L9 : The wright brothers L15 : The face on the wall
GRAMM. L1 : The phrase and the clause L16 : The bet
L2 : More about clauses L17 : The Eagle and the Beetle
L3 : Question tags L18 : Julius Caesar
L4 : Kinds of sentences GRAMM. L10 : Usage of Tenses
L5 : The noun and kinds of nouns L13 : Active and Passive voice
L6 : Determiners L14 :Direct and Indirect speech
L7 : The pronoun L15 : The preposition
L8 : The verb L16 : The Conjunction
L9 : The Adjective L17 : Homophones and homonyms
L10 : Usage of Tenses L18 : Punctuation and capital letters
L11 : The adverb L19 : Improving spellings
L12 : Phrasal verb L20 : Figures of speech
L13 : Active and Passive voice L21 : Transformation of sentences
L17 : Homophones and homonyms L22 : Synthesis of sentences
L27 : Reading comprehension L23 : Subject verb agreement
L28 : Application, paragraph, L24 : Proverb
speech, report, essay L25 : Commonly confused words
L26 : Prefixes and suffixes
L27 : Reading comprehension
L28 : Letter, picture, composition ,
advertisement, essay

S. ST.
PCT I PCT II
Civics : L1 : Our Contitution Geogra. : L5 : Power resources
History : L1 : When , Where and How History : L8 : Education under the british rule
Geogr. : L1 : Resources Civics : L6 : The judvciary

TERM I TERM II
Geogra. : L1 : Resources Geogra. : L4 : Mineral resources
L2 : Abiotic resources land solid and water L6 : Agriculture
L3 : Biotic resources – L7 : Major industries
Natural vegetation and wildlife L8 : Human resources
L4 : Mineral resources
History : L1 : When , Where and How History : L4 : Colonialism and tribal societies
L2 : The rise and growth of L6 : The revalt of 1857
the company power L9 : Women and reform
L3 : Agrarin structure under the british L10 : Lower caste reforms movements
L4 : Colonialism and tribal socities L11 : The changing world of art – painting
L5 : Craft , Industries and colonialism literature and architcture
L7 : Urban changes under colonialism
P.T.O.

Civics : L1 : Our Contitution L12 : The rise of nationalism of India
L2 : Secularism 19th century 1922
L3 : Our parliament – Union legislature L13 : The national movements (1923-47)
L4 : The making of laws L14 : India after Independence
L5 : The Union Excusives
Civics : L2 : Secularism
L3 : Our parliament – Union legislature
L7 : The police and the courts
L8 : Social justice and the marginalised
L9 : Untouch ability – A social evil
L10 : The government and economic
development

MATHS
PCT I PCT II
1 Rational Numbers 16 Parallelograms
2 Exponents 18 Area of a Trapezium
3 Square / Square roots 19 Volume and Surface Area of Solids

TERM I TERM II
1 Rational Numbers 1 Rational Numbers
2 Exponents 2 Exponents
3 Square / Square roots 7 Factorisation
4 Cube / Cube roots 8 Linear Equation
6 Operation on Algebraic Expression 13 Time and Work
7 Factorisation 14 Polygons
8 Linear Equation 15 Quadrilaterals
9 Percentage 16 Parallelograms
10 Profit / Loss 17 Construction
11 Compound Interest 18 Area of a Trapezium
12 Direct and Inverse Proportion 19 Volume and Surface Area of Solids
20 Co – ordinate Geometry
21 Line Graphs and Linear graphs
22 Pie Charts
23 Probability

G. K.
TERM – I TERM – II
PLANTS AND ANIMALS PCT-1 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PCT-2
5 How Animals Adapt 20 Science Facts
6 Mythical Creatures 38 Phobias
7 Plant Adaptations 45 Scientific Awareness
8 Animals of the Cold Region 57 Alternative Therapies
27 Birds SPORTS PCT-2
29 Catwalk 23 Sports and Games
30 World of Animals 36 Sports Recall
31 Fascinating Facts 37 Martial Arts
40 Microbial World 68 Gymnastics
56 Grouping Animals 70 Adventutous Sports
58 Medicinal Plants
P.T.O.

NATURE PCT-1 ENTERTAINMENT
9 Geo Wonders 44 Indian Cinema
10−11 Our Planet 66 Instrumental Greats
16 Nature Champ PERSONALITIES
28 Islands of the World 25 Fashionista
35 Panoramic Lakes 39 World Leaders
48 Earthquakes 50 Tech Savvy
49 Glaciers 59 Some Indian Firsts
64 Mount-Ocean 63 Historical Characters
INDIA 67 Famous Scientists
12 Food and Farming LIFE SKILLS
22 Indian Crops 24 Importance of Positive Attitude
32 India in the Mughal Period 51 Principles of Success
33 Indian Polity 74 Yoga
41 Paramilitary Forces MIXED BAG
42−43 Indian Jigsaw 21 Art Smart
60 Indian Cities 52 Ways of Walking
61 Precious Heritage 53 Types of Governments
AROUND THE WORLD 65 Art and Culture
17 World Tour 71 Economica
18 Sobriquets or Nicknames 72 Top Brands
19 Deserts of the World 73 Consumer Awareness
34 World Pilgrimage LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
62 Wonders of the World 13 Court Poets
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 14 Fun with Words
13 Court Poets 15 Literary Figures
14 Fun with Words 46 New Gen Words
15 Literary Figures 47 It’s Not What it seems
46 New Gen Words 54 World Literature
47 It’s Not What it seems 69 Idioms
54 World Literature
69 Idioms

COMPUTER
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Computer Network L5 : More with Microsoft Access 2010
L10 : Tables and Frames in HTML L6 : Visual Basic

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Computer Network L5 : More with Microsoft Access 2010
L2 : Computer Memory L6 : Visual Basic
L3 : Computer Ethics L7 : More on Visual Basic
L4 : Charts in Microsoft Excel 2010 L8 : Animation in Flash
L9 : Introduction to C++ L9 : Introduction to C++
L10 : Tables and Frames in HTML L10 : Tables and Frames in HTML
L11 : QBASIC Looping Statements

Baal Baari Public School
Syllabus : Class VI

SOCIAL SCIENCE
PCT I: PCT II:
Geogr. : L1 – The earth and the Solar system Geogra. : L5 – Major domains (spheres) of the earth
L2 – Globe: latitude and Longitude L6 – Major landforms of the earth
History : L1 – An introduction to history History : L8 – Emergence of new Ideas and Religion
L2 – When , Where and How L9 – The first empire and the great emperor
L3 – Earliest people L10 – Life in Villages and Towns
L4 – Beginning of farming and herding Civics : L5 – Rural Local Government – Panchayati Raj
Civics : L1 – Diversity L6 – Rural Administration
L2 – Diversity and discrimination L7 – Urban Local Government

Term I Term II
Geogra. : L1 – The earth in the Solar system Geogra. : L4 – Maps
L2 – Globe: latitude and Longitude L5 – Major domains (spheres) of the earth
L3 – Motions of the earth L6 – Major landforms of the earth
L4 – Maps L7 – India : Our Motherland
L8 – Physical features
History : L1 – An introduction to history L9 – India’s Climate
L2 – When , Where and How L10 – Natural vegetation and Wild life
L3 – Earliest people
L4 – Beginning of farming and herding History : L2 – When , Where and How
L5 – The earliest cities : L8 – Emergence of new Ideas and Religion
The Harappan Civilization L9 – The first empire and the great emperor
L6 – The vedic period (1500 BC – 600 BC ) L10 – Life in Villages and Towns
L7 – Janapadas and Mahajanapadas L11 – Indian after the Mauryan Period
Civics : L1 – Diversity 200 BC to AD 300
L2 – Diversity and discrimination L12 – India from the 4th Centuary to 7th Century
L3 – Government L13 – Culture and Science in the Ancient India
L4 – Key elements of Democracy Civics : L1 – Diversity
L5 – Rural Local Government – Panchayati Raj
L6 – Rural Administration
L7 – Urban Local Government
L8 – Rural Livelihoods
L9 – Urban Livelihoods

LIFE SKILL
PCT I: PCT II
L1 : The open Window L7 : The Boy Whose Toys Came Alive
L2 : Vision of Roebling L8 : The Mouse Trap

Term I Term II
L1 : The open Window L2 : Vision of Roebling
L2 : Vision of Roebling L5 : The Generous Snake
L3 : Picture of Peace L7 : The Boy Whose Toys Came Alive
L4 : The Time Book L8 : The Mouse Trap
L5 : The Generous Snake L9 : The Ship of Friendship
L6 : The Golden House L10 : Emperor’s Seed
L11 : An Insignificant Task
L12 : The Last Hurray
L13 : Mr. Fox

MATHS
PCT I: PCT II
L1 : Numbers systems L7 : Decimals
L2 : Factors and Multiple L8 : Algebraic Expressions
L15 : Polygon L9 : Linear Equations in one variables

Term I Term II
L1 : Numbers systems L7 : Decimals
L2 : Factors and Multiple L8 : Algebraic Expressions
L3 : Whole Numbers L9 : Linear Equations in one variables
L4 : Integers L10 : Ratio, Proportion and Unitary Method
L5 : Fractions L11 : Line segment, Ray & Line
L6 : Simplification L12 : Parallel Lines
L15 : Polygons L13 : Angles and their Measurement
L16 : Trinangles L14 : Constructions
L17 : Quadrilaterals L15 : Polygon
L20 : Two – Dimensional Reflection Symmetry L16 : Triangles
L23 : Pictograph L18 : Circles
L24 : Bar graph L19 : Three – Dimensional shapes
L21 : Concept of Perimeter and Area
L22 : Data Handling

ENGLISH : COURSE BOOK
PCT I PCT II
L1 When I was twelve L 10 Wondering Singers
L2 Color of My Dreams L 11 An Unconfortable Bed

TERM I TERM II
L1 When I was twelve L 8 The Selfish Giant
L2 Color of My Dreams L 10 Wondering Singers
L3 Engine Trouble L 11 An Unconfortable Bed
L4 Six and Out L 12 Trees
L5 The Snow goose L 13 Monday Morning
L6 Travelling with grandfather’s zoo L 14 Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore
L7 A boy and his dog L 15 Christmas with the Cratchits
L8 The Selfish Giant L 16 Robinson Crusoe’s Diary
L9 Packing for the journey L 17 Dear Mr. Examiner
L 18 The Invisible Man

ENGLISH : GRAMMAR
PCT I PCT II
L 1 The Sentence L 18 The Preposition
L 2 Kinds of Sentences L 19 The Conjunction
L 3 Parts of Sentence ( Subject & Predicate ) L 20 The Interjection
L 4 Affirmative and Negative sentences L 22 Words often Confused from ( 24 to 33 )
L 5 Formation of Interrogative Sentences Judicial , Judicious to Popular, Populous
L 22 Words often confused from 1 to 10 L 23 Synonyms from ( 37 to 54 )
( Accept, Except to Council, Counsel ) Decrease to Lazy
L 23 Synonyms from 1 to 18 (Able to Bad ) Antonyms from ( 31 to 48 )
Antonyms from 1to15 (Accept to Dead) Lend to Real

ENGLISH : GRAMMAR
TERM I TERM II
L 1 The Sentence L 6 The Noun : Kinds of Nouns
L 2 Kinds of Sentences L 14 The Tense
L 3 Parts of Sentence (Subject & Predicate) L 15 The use of tenses
L 4 Affirmative and Negatve L 16 Voice
L 5 Formation of Interrogative Sentences L 17 Narration – Reprted Speech
L 6 The noun : Kinds of noun L 18 The Preposition
L 7 Formation of Abstract noun L 19 The Conjunction
L 8 Gender L 20 The Interjection
L 9 Articles L 21 Punctuation Marks and Capital letters
L 10 The Pronoun L 22 Words often Confused from ( 24 to 45 )
L 11 Adjectives Judicial , Judicious to Yoke, Yolk
L 12 The Verb : Kinds of verbs L 23 Synonyms from ( 37 to 72 )
L 13 Adverbs Decrease to Trust
L 22 Words often confused from 1 to 23 Antonyms from ( 31 to 60 )
(Accept, Except to Industrial, Lend to Wisdom
Industrious ) L 24 Composition – Essay and Notice
L 23 Synonyms from 1 to 36 (Able to Dear) L 26 Reading Comprehension
Antonyms from1 to 30 (Accept to Lead)
L 24 Composition : Letter and Message
L 25 Picture Composition

SCIENCE
PCT I PCT II
L 1 Food – Where does it come from? L 9 The living organisms and their surroundings
L 2 Components of food L 10 Motion & Measurements of Distances
L 3 Fibre to fabric L 11 Light, Shadows and Reflections
L 4 Sorting material into groups L 12 Electricity and Circuits

TERM I TERM II
L 1 Food – Where does it come from? L 5 Seperation of substances
L 2 Components of food L 9 The living organisms and their surroundings
L 3 Fibre to fabric L 10 Motion & Measurement of Distances
L 4 Sorting material into groups L 11 Light Shadows and Reflections
L 5 Seperation of substances L 12 Electricity and Circuits
L 6 Changes around us L 13 Fun with Magnets
L 7 Getting to know plants L 14 Water
L 8 Body movements L 15 Air around Us
L 16 Garbage In, Garbage Out

G.K.
TERM I TERM I
PLANTS AND ANIMALS PCT I SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PCT-2
5 Native Animals 8−9 Skin
6 About Animals 16 Branches of Science
34 Reptiles 17 Science Knowledge
37 About Birds 28 Flying in Air
63 Plants 29 Royal Rails
64 Animal Champs 33 Scientific Theories
65 Our Body P.T.O.

G.K.
NATURE PCT I SPORTS PCT-2
7 The Himalayas 26 Cricket
42 Planets 26 Sports and Games
49 Unique Earth 47 Basketball
67 Cold Desert – Antarctica 48 National Games
71 Land and Oceans 57 Famous Sportspersons
INDIA 69 Field Placement
19 Indian Lakes 73 Indoor Games
20 Indian Currency ENTERTAINMENT
21 The Incredible North-East 51 Classical Dances
22 India in the Mughal Period 59 Composers and Singers
24 Dams 70 Sa Re Ga Ma
38 Wildlife Sanctuaries PERSONALITIES
44 Know your Country 11 Pathfinders
45 Famous Hill Stations 12 Great Philosophers
46 The Who’s Who of History 35 Famous People
55 Fairs and Festival 36 Nicknaming the Greats
58 India’s Ancient Pioneers LIFE SKILLS
60 Freedom Struggle 54 Tips to speak better
61 Monuments 74 Some Steps to Success
62 Our Government MIXED BAG
72 Indian Awards 25 Religion
AROUND THE WORLD 27 Handicrafts
18 City Roamer 30 Quick Help
43 Sobriquets or Nicknames 53 Types of Cars
50 Tour of Europe 68 Keeping Time
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
10 Compuwords 10 Compuwords
13 Literature Facts 13 Literature Facts
14 Just a Word 14 Just a Word
15 Books and Authors 15 Books and Authors
31 The Vedas 31 The Vedas
39 World Literature 39 World Literature
40 Improve your Vocabulary 40 Improve your Vocabulary
41 The Mahabharata 41 The Mahabharata
52 Know Your Epics 52 Know Your Epics
66 Synonyms 66 Synonyms

COMPUTER
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Computer Languages and Software L6 : Microsoft Excel 2010
L2 : Microsoft Windows Operating System L7 : Flash

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Computer Languages and Software L1 : Computer Languages and Software
L2 : Microsoft Windows Operating System L6 : Microsoft Excel 2010
L3 : Mail Merge L7 : Flash
L4 : More About Microsoft Word 2010 L8 : QBASIC The First Step
L5 : Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 L9 : Internet

Baal Baari Public School
Syllabus : Class VII

SCIENCE
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Nutrition in Plants L10 : Respiration in Organism
L2 : Nutrition in Animals L11 : Transportation in Animals & Plants
L3 : Fibre to Fabric L12 : Reproduction in Plants
L4 : Heat L13 : Motion & Time

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Nutrition in Plants L4 : Heat
L2 : Nutrition in Animals L5 : Acids , Bases & Salts
L3 : Fibre to Fabric L10 : Respiration in Organism
L4 : Heat L11 : Transportation in Animals & Plants
L5 : Acids , Bases & Salts L12 : Reproduction in Plants
L6 : Physical and Chemical changes L13 : Motion & Time
L7 : Weather , Climate and Adaptation of L14 : Electric Current and its effects
Animals to Climate L15 : Light
L8 : Winds , Storms and Cyclones L16 : Water – A precious Resources
L9 : Soil L17 : Forests – Our Lifeline
L18 : Waste Water story

LIFE SKILL
PCT I PCT II
L1 : To be Simple L7 : A Sea change
L2 : Value of Concentration L8 : Offer Him the others

TERM I TERM II
L1 : To be Simple L2 : Value of Concentration
L2 : Value of Concentration L4 : The Gift
L3 : Special Ability L7 : A Sea change
L4 : The Gift L8 : Offer Him the others
L5 : Butterfly L9 : Erik – The Sportsman
L6 : The Right Choice L10 : Role Model
L11 : Culture
L12 : Care for Nature

S. ST.
PCT I PCT II
Geogra. : L1 : Our Environment Geogra. : L7 : Natural vegetation & wildlife
History : L1 : When , Where and How History : L6 : Towns , Traders & Craftmen
Civics : L1 : Democracy Civics : L6 : Advertising

TERM I TERM II
Geogra. : L1 : Our Environment Geogra. : L1 : Our Environment
L2 : Interior of the Earth L6 : Hydrosphere (Water )
L3 : Our changing Earth L8 : Human Environment – Settlement
L4 : Atmosphere (Air) Transport and communication
L5 : Weather & Climate L9 : Human Environment Interaction –
L6 : Hydrosphere (Water ) The tropical and the sub tropical region
L10 : Life in temperate grasslands
L11 : Life in the hot and cold deserts
P.T.O.

History : L1 : When , Where and How
L2 : Kings and Kingdoms in the early History : L5 : Architecture in the Medieval Period
Medieval Period L7 : Mobile and settled communities
L3 : The sultans of Delhi L8 : Religious Development in the
L4 : The Mughal Empire Medieval period
L5 : Architecture in the Medieval Period L9 : Development of Reginal Cultures
L10 : Political Formations in the
Civics : L1 : Democracy eighteen century
L2 : Equality in Democracy
L3 : The state government Civics : L4 : The Role of the state gevernment
L4 : The Role of the state gevernment L7 : Social Aspects of gender roll
L5 : Media and Democracy L8 : Economic Aspects of gender roll
L9 : Markets Around Us
L10 : A Chain of markets

MATHS
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Integers L9 : Unitary Method
L2 : Fractions L10 : Percentage
L3 : Decimals L11 : Profit and Loss

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Integers L7 : Linear Equation in One Variable
L2 : Fractions L8 : Ratio and Proportion
L3 : Decimals L9 : Unitary Method
L4 : Rational Numbers L10 : Percentage
L5 : Exponents L11 : Profit and Loss
L6 : Algebraic Expressions L12 : Simple Interest
L13 : Lines and Angles L13 : Lines and Angles
L14 : Properties of Parallel Lines L14 : Properties of Parallel Lines
L16 : Congruence L15 : Properties of Triangles
L17 : Constructions L19 : Three Dimensional shapes
L18 : Reflection and Rotations Symmetry L20 : Mensuration
L22 : Bar Graphs L21 : Collection and Organisation of Data
L23 : Probability

ENGLISH
PCT I PCT II
Reader L1 : A Voyage to Brobding nag Reader L10 : The King Without Clothes
L2 : Hide and Seek L11 : Hafiz Mian
Grammar L1 : The Phrase Grammar L15 : Phrasal Verb
L2 : The Clause L18 : The Preposition
L3 : The sentence and Its types L19 : The Conjunction
L4 : Kinds of sentences L24 : 10 Synonyms – From Fatigue to Miserly
L5 : Subject and Predicate L24 : 10 Antonyms – From Exhale to Gain
L24 : 10 Synonyms-From Abhor to Anger
L24 : 10 Antonyms-From Abhor to Arrival

TERM I TERM II
Reader L1 : A Voyage to Brobding nag Reader L4 : A Thunderstorm
L2 : Hide and Seek L5 : Educating Mother
L3 : The Bell L10 : The King Without Clothes
P.T.O.

L4 : A Thunderstorm L11 : Hafiz Mian
L5 : Educating Mother L12 : Gull
L6 : A conversation Costs L13 : Frankenstein’s Monster
Phileas Fogg Dearly L14 : The Spider and the Fly
L7 : The Charge of the Light Brigade L15 : Malala’s Speech
L8 : Mr. Sherlock Holmes L16 : Jimmy Valentine
L9 : I learn to Talk L17 : The Vagabond
L18 : Pygmalion
Grammar L1 : The Phrase
L2 : The Clause
L3 : The sentence and Its types Grammar L7 : Gender
L4 : Kinds of sentences L11 : The Verb
L5 : Subject and Predicate L15 : Phrasal Verb
L6 : The Noun and Kinds of Noun L16 : Tense – Voice (Active and Passive)
L7 : Gender L17 : Direct and Indirect Speech
L8 : Determiners L18 : The Preposition
L9 : The Pronoun L19 : The Conjunction
L10 : The Adjective L20 : Idioms (From a mare’s nest to snap one’s
L11 : The Verb fingers at)
L12 : Subject – Verb Aggrement L21 : Confusing words
L13 : Non – Finites (Gender, L22 : Punctuation and Capitals
Infinitives, Participle) L23 : Prefix and Suffix
L14 : The Adverb L24 : Synonyms ( From Fatigue to Zigzag)
L26 : Composition (Essay, E-Mail) L24 : Antonyms (From Exhale to Superior)
L24 : 35 Synonyms L25 : Transformation of Sentences
( From Abhor to Famous ) L26 : Composition (Letter, Report, Paragraph)
L24 : 35 Antonyms L27 : Comprehension Passages
(From Abhor to Entrance)
L20 : 17 Idioms (From eat
humble pie to kick up a row)

G. K.
TERM – I TERM – II
PLANTS AND ANIMALS PCT-1 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PCT-2
5 The Threat of Extinction 20−21 Machines in the Home
6 Flying Wonders 23 Everyday Science
7 God’s Pharmacy! 34 Mind Your Body
8 Fascinating World of Fungi 49 Nature and Science
37 Penguins 52−53 The Brain
38 World of Insects 58 Science Facts
57 Whales 60 Petroleum
61 Amazing Animals 65 Scientific Studies
NATURE PCT-1 66 Science Queries
24 Amazing Facts SPORTS PCT-2
40 Raindrops 25 Football Mania
43 Deserts 29 Martial Arts
44 Hot Desrets 32 Legendary Sportspersons
45 Cold Deserts 33 Indoor Sports
73 Environmentally Aware 46 Cricket
63 Games
ENTERTAINMENT
18 Art and Culture
26 Pop Divas of the West
P.T.O.

INDIA PERSONALITIES
11 Uttrakhand 14 Whats’s My Name
12 Royal Majesty 22 Worls’s Greatest Mind
13 History of Glance 55 Famous Painters
27 Our armed Forces 59 Immortal Figures
28 National Parks of India 62 History Makers
47 Mughal Period 67 Some Indian Firsts
68 Indian Cities LIFE SKILLS
72 The Constitution of India 15 Laughter: The Best Machine
AROUND THE WORLD 17 Social Etiquette
9 World Tour 56 Personality Development
10 Sobriquets MIXED BAG
19 Indus Valley Civilization 35 Electricity
31 Amazing Sites 36 Dreams on Wheels
42 Riverside Cities 39 Days to Remember
64 International Travel 41 Religion and Mythology
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 50 Logical Thinking
16 Famous Quotations 51 Sculpted
48 Modes of express 74 Disaster Management
69 Abbreviations LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
70 British-Americana 16 Famous Quotations
71 Cool Words 48 Modes of express
69 Abbreviations
70 British-Americana
71 Cool Words

COMPUTER
PCT I PCT II
L5 : Introduction to HTML L4 : Introduction of Microsoft Access 2010
L6 : More on HTML L7 : More on QBASIC

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Fundamentals of Computer L4 : Introduction of Microsoft Access 2010
L2 : Sorting and Filtering Data in Microsoft Excel L6 : More on HTML
L3 : Calculating with Microsoft Excel 2010 L7 : More on QBASIC
L5 : Introduction to HTML L8 : Upload on a Server
L6 : More on HTML L9 : More with Flash
L10 : Computer Virus L11 : Creating E- mail Account

Baal Baari Public School
Syllabus : Class VIII
SCIENCE
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Crop production & Mangement L10 : Reaching the age of adolescence
L2 : Micro-organism : Friend & foe L11 : Force and Pressure
L3 : Synthetic fibre and plastics L12 : Friction
L4 : Material : Metals & Non – Metals L13 : Sound
TERM I TERM II
L1 : Crop production & Mangement L5 : Coal and Petroleum
L2 : Micro-organism : Friend & foe L6 : Combustion and flame
L3 : Synthetic fibre and plastics L8 : Cell – Structures and Function
L4 : Material : Metals & Non – Metals L10 : Reaching the age of adolescence
L5 : Coal and Petroleum L11 : Force and Pressure
L6 : Combustion and flame L12 : Friction
L7 : Conservation of Plants and Animals L13 : Sound
L8 : Cell – Structures and Function L14 : Chemical effects of electric Current
L9 : Reproduction in Animals L15 : Some Natural Phenomenon
L16 : Light
L17 : Stars and The Solar System
L18 : Pollution of Air and Water

LIFE SKILL
PCT I PCT II
L1 : The rocks of life L7 : Value of Love
L2 : Keep your dream L8 : Diana’s Words
L3 : Just P.U.SH. L9 : Colour of Friendship
TERM I TERM II
L1 : The rocks of life L1 : The rocks of life
L2 : Keep your dream L6 : Lost Childhood
L3 : Just P.U.SH. L8 : Diana’s Words
L4 : What is family L9 : Colour of Friendship
L5 : The boy and the apple tree L10 : What goes around comes around
L6 : Lost Childhood L11 : The Escape of the caged Bird
L12 : Whitey

ENGLISH
PCT I PCT II
LITERA. L1 : The world in a wall LITERA. L10 : The village Blacksmith
L2 : Stopping by woods on a snowy evening L11 : Dusk
L3 :My financial career L12 : A piece of Bread
L4 : The earthworm’s monologue L13 : Ozymandias
L5 : The next voice you hear L14 : The Lady or the Tiger?
L15 : The face on the wall
GRAMM. L4 : Kinds of sentences `
L5 : The noun and kinds of nouns GRAMM. L14 :Direct and Indirect speech
L6 : Determiners L15 : The preposition
L7 : The pronoun L27 : Reading comprehension
L8 : The verb L28 : Letter and advertisement
L9 : The Adjective
L10 : Usage of Tenses
L27 : Reading comprehension
L28 : Application, Paragraph
P.T.O.

TERM I TERM II
LITERA. L1 : The world in a wall LITERA. L7 : The Luncheon
L2 : Stopping by woods on a snowy evening L8 : On a Bicycle
L3 :My financial career L9 : The wright brothers
L4 : The earthworm’s monologue L10 : The village Blacksmith
L5 : The next voice you hear L11 : Dusk
L6 : Where the mind is without fear L12 : A piece of Bread
L7 : The Luncheon L13 : Ozymandias
L8 : On a Bicycle L14 : The Lady or the Tiger?
L9 : The wright brothers L15 : The face on the wall
GRAMM. L1 : The phrase and the clause L16 : The bet
L2 : More about clauses L17 : The Eagle and the Beetle
L3 : Question tags L18 : Julius Caesar
L4 : Kinds of sentences GRAMM. L10 : Usage of Tenses
L5 : The noun and kinds of nouns L13 : Active and Passive voice
L6 : Determiners L14 :Direct and Indirect speech
L7 : The pronoun L15 : The preposition
L8 : The verb L16 : The Conjunction
L9 : The Adjective L17 : Homophones and homonyms
L10 : Usage of Tenses L18 : Punctuation and capital letters
L11 : The adverb L19 : Improving spellings
L12 : Phrasal verb L20 : Figures of speech
L13 : Active and Passive voice L21 : Transformation of sentences
L17 : Homophones and homonyms L22 : Synthesis of sentences
L27 : Reading comprehension L23 : Subject verb agreement
L28 : Application, paragraph, L24 : Proverb
speech, report, essay L25 : Commonly confused words
L26 : Prefixes and suffixes
L27 : Reading comprehension
L28 : Letter, picture, composition ,
advertisement, essay

S. ST.
PCT I PCT II
Civics : L1 : Our Contitution Geogra. : L5 : Power resources
History : L1 : When , Where and How History : L8 : Education under the british rule
Geogr. : L1 : Resources Civics : L6 : The judvciary

TERM I TERM II
Geogra. : L1 : Resources Geogra. : L4 : Mineral resources
L2 : Abiotic resources land solid and water L6 : Agriculture
L3 : Biotic resources – L7 : Major industries
Natural vegetation and wildlife L8 : Human resources
L4 : Mineral resources
History : L1 : When , Where and How History : L4 : Colonialism and tribal societies
L2 : The rise and growth of L6 : The revalt of 1857
the company power L9 : Women and reform
L3 : Agrarin structure under the british L10 : Lower caste reforms movements
L4 : Colonialism and tribal socities L11 : The changing world of art – painting
L5 : Craft , Industries and colonialism literature and architcture
L7 : Urban changes under colonialism
P.T.O.

Civics : L1 : Our Contitution L12 : The rise of nationalism of India
L2 : Secularism 19th century 1922
L3 : Our parliament – Union legislature L13 : The national movements (1923-47)
L4 : The making of laws L14 : India after Independence
L5 : The Union Excusives
Civics : L2 : Secularism
L3 : Our parliament – Union legislature
L7 : The police and the courts
L8 : Social justice and the marginalised
L9 : Untouch ability – A social evil
L10 : The government and economic
development

MATHS
PCT I PCT II
1 Rational Numbers 16 Parallelograms
2 Exponents 18 Area of a Trapezium
3 Square / Square roots 19 Volume and Surface Area of Solids

TERM I TERM II
1 Rational Numbers 1 Rational Numbers
2 Exponents 2 Exponents
3 Square / Square roots 7 Factorisation
4 Cube / Cube roots 8 Linear Equation
6 Operation on Algebraic Expression 13 Time and Work
7 Factorisation 14 Polygons
8 Linear Equation 15 Quadrilaterals
9 Percentage 16 Parallelograms
10 Profit / Loss 17 Construction
11 Compound Interest 18 Area of a Trapezium
12 Direct and Inverse Proportion 19 Volume and Surface Area of Solids
20 Co – ordinate Geometry
21 Line Graphs and Linear graphs
22 Pie Charts
23 Probability

G. K.
TERM – I TERM – II
PLANTS AND ANIMALS PCT-1 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PCT-2
5 How Animals Adapt 20 Science Facts
6 Mythical Creatures 38 Phobias
7 Plant Adaptations 45 Scientific Awareness
8 Animals of the Cold Region 57 Alternative Therapies
27 Birds SPORTS PCT-2
29 Catwalk 23 Sports and Games
30 World of Animals 36 Sports Recall
31 Fascinating Facts 37 Martial Arts
40 Microbial World 68 Gymnastics
56 Grouping Animals 70 Adventutous Sports
58 Medicinal Plants
P.T.O.

NATURE PCT-1 ENTERTAINMENT
9 Geo Wonders 44 Indian Cinema
10−11 Our Planet 66 Instrumental Greats
16 Nature Champ PERSONALITIES
28 Islands of the World 25 Fashionista
35 Panoramic Lakes 39 World Leaders
48 Earthquakes 50 Tech Savvy
49 Glaciers 59 Some Indian Firsts
64 Mount-Ocean 63 Historical Characters
INDIA 67 Famous Scientists
12 Food and Farming LIFE SKILLS
22 Indian Crops 24 Importance of Positive Attitude
32 India in the Mughal Period 51 Principles of Success
33 Indian Polity 74 Yoga
41 Paramilitary Forces MIXED BAG
42−43 Indian Jigsaw 21 Art Smart
60 Indian Cities 52 Ways of Walking
61 Precious Heritage 53 Types of Governments
AROUND THE WORLD 65 Art and Culture
17 World Tour 71 Economica
18 Sobriquets or Nicknames 72 Top Brands
19 Deserts of the World 73 Consumer Awareness
34 World Pilgrimage LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
62 Wonders of the World 13 Court Poets
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 14 Fun with Words
13 Court Poets 15 Literary Figures
14 Fun with Words 46 New Gen Words
15 Literary Figures 47 It’s Not What it seems
46 New Gen Words 54 World Literature
47 It’s Not What it seems 69 Idioms
54 World Literature
69 Idioms

COMPUTER
PCT I PCT II
L1 : Computer Network L5 : More with Microsoft Access 2010
L10 : Tables and Frames in HTML L6 : Visual Basic

TERM I TERM II
L1 : Computer Network L5 : More with Microsoft Access 2010
L2 : Computer Memory L6 : Visual Basic
L3 : Computer Ethics L7 : More on Visual Basic
L4 : Charts in Microsoft Excel 2010 L8 : Animation in Flash
L9 : Introduction to C++ L9 : Introduction to C++
L10 : Tables and Frames in HTML L10 : Tables and Frames in HTML
L11 : QBASIC Looping Statements