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Smart Syllabus for Matric 9th and 10th Class - Reduced Syllabus

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Unit # 1: The Saviour of Mankind
Class work: Comprehension (Exercise: A, Q/A’s: 1-4), Vocabulary, Dictionary
Skills, Grammar, Writing Skills, Oral Communication Skills
Home work: Reading for Comprehension (Q/A’s: 5-8)
Unit # 2: Patriotism
Class work: Comprehension (Exercise: A), Grammar, Writing Skills, Oral
Communication Skills
Home work: Vocabulary
Unit # 4: Hazrat Asma (R.A)
Class work: Oral Activity, Stress and Intonation, Dictionary Skills, Comprehension
(Exercise: A, B, D), Grammar, Writing Skills, Oral Communication Skills
Home work: Comprehension (Exercise: C), Vocabulary
Unit # 5: Daffodils
Class work: Oral activity, Comprehension (Exercise: A), Figures of Speech
(Exercise: A, B), Vocabulary (Exercise: A, B, C), Grammar, Writing Skills, Oral
Communication Skills
Home work: Figures of Speech (Exercise: C, D),
Unit # 6: The Quaid’s Vision and Pakistan
Class work: Oral Activity, Comprehension (Exercise: A), Vocabulary (Exercise: D, E),
Dictionary Skills, Grammar, Writing Skills, Oral Communication Skills
Home work: Vocabulary (Exercise: A, B, C),

Unit # 7: Sultan Ahmad Masjid
Class work: Oral Activity, Comprehension, Grammar, Writing Skills, Oral
Communication Skills
Home work: Vocabulary,

(Grammar & Composition)

Class Work: To your Mother who is worried about your health, To your sister
congratulating her on her success in the exam, To your father requesting him to
send you some extra funds for the payments of hostel dues
Home work: To your friend congratulating him/her on birthday, To your friend
requesting him/her to lend you some books, To your friend condoling the death of
his/her mother, To your sister thanking her for a gift
Story Writing
Class work: A Farmer and His Sons, The Kindness of Rasool صلى الله عليه وسلم ,Robbers Turned
into Good Citizens, A Friend in need is a Friend Indeed, The Muslim Brotherhood,
Home work: The Boy who cried “Wolf”, Dialogue Writing, Between A Teacher
and Student, Between Two students regarding Salaht
Comprehension of a Passage:
Class work: (III), (IV), (V)
Home work: (VII), (IX), (X)
Comprehension of a Passage Exercise:
Class work: (3), (5), (7)
Homework: (9), (13), (15)
Translation (Tense), Active and Passive Voice
Class work: Practice will be given
Homework: Practice will be given

MATHEMATICS (Science Group) 3

UNIT - 1: Matrices and Determinants
Class Work: 
Exercise:1.1,Q:1(C), Q:3 
Exercise:1.2, Q:4(A),Q:5(B),Q:6(i),
Exercise:1.3,Q:1(A),Q:2(B), Q:3(ii), Q:4(ii), Q:5(x), Q:8(i), 
Exercise:1.4, Q:1(i,v),Q:4(a), Q:5(ii), Execise:1.5, Q:1(ii), Q:2(i),Q:3(i), Q:6(i), Exercise: 1.6, Q:1(iii), Q:4 Home Work: Exercise:1.1,Q:1(G,H),Q:3,
Exercise:1.2,Q:1-3, Q:4(D), Q:5 (C,E)
,Q:6(ii), Exercise:1.3,Q:1(B-F), Q:2(C,F), Q:3(iv,vi), Q:4(vi), Q:5 (vi-ix),
Q:8(ii,vi), Exercise:1.4, Q:1(ii-iv), Q:4(d,e), Q:5(iv), Q:6(ii),
Execise:1.5,Q:2(ii-iv),Q:3(iii, iv), Q:6(ii), 
Exercise: 1.6: Q:1(i,v), Q:3, Review
Exercise:1, Q:1, Q:3 Q:5, Q:7(ii)
UNIT - 2: Real and Complex Numbers
Class Work: Exercise:2.1,Q:1(i,iii),Q:2(iii),Q:3(ii),:4(i),Q:6(ii),

Exercise:2.3,Q:1(i),Q:2(i),Q:3(ii), Exercise:2.4, Q:1(i),Q:3(ii), 
Exercise:2.5,Q:1(ii),Q:2(iii),Q:3(ii),Exercise:2.6, Q:1(v), Q: 2(iii), Q:3(i),Q:4(iii), Q:6(ii),
Home Work: Exercise:2.1,Q:1(ii-vi),Q:2(iv,vi),Q:3(iii,v),: 4(ii,iv), Q:6(iii),
Exercise:2.3,Q:1(iii), Q:2(ii),Q:3(iii), Exercise:2.4, Q:1(iv),Q:3(iii), Exercise:2.5,
 Exercise: 2.6, Q:1(vi),Q:2(iv), Q:3(iv), Q:6(vi), Q:7(ii),
Review Exercise:2, Q:1, Q:3(ii,iv), Q:4, Q:5
UNIT -3: Logarithms
Class Work: 
Exercise:3.1,Q:1(iv),Q:2(ii), Exercise:3.2, Q:2(iii),Q:4(ii), Q:6(i),
Exercise:3.3,Q:1(iii),Q:3(ii),Q:4(i), Q:5(iii),
Home Work: Exercise:3.1,Q:1(v),Q:2(ii),
 Exercise:3.2, Q:2(iv), Q:6(iv,v),
Exercise:3.3,Q:1(v,vi),Q:3(iv),Q:4(ii), Q:5(iv), 
Exercise:3.4, Q:1(iii,v,viii),
Review Exercise:3, Q:1, Q:3, Q:5(ii), Q:6(i,iii)
UNIT- 4: Algebraic Expressions and Algebraic Formulas
Class Work:
 Exercise:4.1, Q:1(iv), Q:2(i),Q:3(iii), Q:4(b), Q: 6(v),
Exercise:4.3, Q:1(iv),Q:2(v), Q:3(iv), Q:4(v),
Exercise:4.4,Q:1(i),Q:2(iii),Q:3(iii), Q:5(i),
Home Work: 
Exercise:4.1, Q:1(ii), Q:2(iii), Q:3(i,vi), Q:6(i,iii), 
Q:5,8,11, 14(ii),
 Exercise:4.3, Q:1(ii),Q:2(i), Q:3(i), Q:4(i,iv),
Exercise:4.4,Q:1(vi,vii),Q:2(vii,viii), Q:5(ii),Review Exercise:4,Q:1, Q:4(ii),Q:5,
Q:6(iv), Q:7(iii), Q:8(i)
UNIT -5: Factorization
Class Work: 
Exercise:5.1,Q:1(ii), Q:3(ii), Q:4(ii),Q:5(ii),
Exercise: 5.2,Q:1(iii),Q:2(i), Q:3(v), Q:4(iii),Q:5(ii),Q:6(i),
Exercise:5.3,Q:1(iv), Q:4,
Exercise: 5.4, Q:2,
Home Work: Exercise:5.1,Q:1(v,vi), Q:3(iv),
Exercise:5.2,Q:1(v),Q:2(iv), Q:3(iv), Q:4
Exercise: 5.4, Q:8,
Review Exercise: 5,Q:1,Q:3(ii,v,ix),

UNIT- 6: Algebraic Manipulation

Class Work: 
Exercise:6.1,Q:1(ii),Q:2(v), Q:4(ii), Q:5(iii),Q:6,
Exercise: 6.2, Q:1,11 ,
 Exercise:6.3, Q:1(v), Q:2(v),Q:3(ii),
Home Work: 
Exercise:6.1,Q:1(ii),Q:2(i,iv),Q:3(i), Q:5(iv),Q:8,
Exercise: 6.2,Q:,4,6,
 Exercise:6.3, Q:1(i,ii,vi), Q:2(i,ii), Q:4(i),
Review Exercise:6,Q:2,Q:6(i),Q:7
UNIT -7: Linear Equations and Inequalities
Class Work: Exercise:7.1, Q:1 (i,ix), Q:2(v), 
Exercise:7.2, Q:2(iii,viii),
Exercise:7.3, Q:1(ii), Q:2(iii)

Home Work: 
Exercise:7.1, Q:1 (ii,v,vi,x), Q:2(i,ii,viii), 
Q:2(v,vii),Exercise:7.3, Q:1(iv), Q:2(iv), Review Exercise:7, Q:1, Q:3(i,iii), Q:5(i)
UNIT-8: Linear Graph & Their Application
Class Work: Exercise:8.1,Q:1, Q:2 (ii), Q:3(i), Q:4(b),Q:5(ii),
Exercise:8.2, Q:3(b), Q:4(iii), 
Exercise:8.3, Q:1,
Home Work: 
Exercise:8.1, Q:2 (iii,vii,viii), Q:3(v), Q:4(c),Q:5(v),
Q:3(e), Q:4(iv),
Exercise:8.3, Q:4, Review Exercise:8, Q:1, Q:4(ii,v)
UNIT-9: Introduction to Coordinate Geometry Descriptive Geometry
Class Work: Exercise:9.1,Q:1(a),Q:2(ii),
Home Work: Exercise:9.1,Q:1(c,f),Q:2(iii,vi), 
Exercise:9.2, Q:3,4,9,
Review Exercise:9, Q:1,Q:3(ii),Q:4(i,ii),Q:5
UNIT-10: Congruent Triangles
Class Work: Review Exercise: Q:(3,4)
Home Work: Review Exercise: Q:(2,5)
UNIT-11:Parallelograms and Triangles
Class Work: Review Exercise: Q:(3,4)
Home Work: Review Exercise: Q:(5,6)
UNIT-12: Line Bisectors and Angle Bisectors
Class Work: Theorem 12.1.2, Theorem 12.1.4 Review Exercise: Q:4
Home Work: Theorem 12.1.2, Theorem 12.1.4 Review Exercise: Q:5
UNIT-13: Sides and Angles of a Triangle
Class work: Review Exercise: Q:(3,5)
Home work: Review Exercise: Q:(2,4)
UNIT-14: Ratio and Proportion
Class Work: Review Exercise: Q:(3,5,6)
Home Work: Review Exercise: Q:2
UNIT-15: Pythagoras’ Theorem
Class Work: Exercise:15, Q:1(i), Q:3, Q:6 (ii), Q:7
Home Work: Exercise:15, Q:1(iv), Q:8 Review Exercise: Q:2
UNIT-16: Theorem Related with Area
Class Work: Review Exercise: Q:2 (i,ii), Q:3
Home Work: Review Exercise: Q:2 (iii,iv)
UNIT-17: Practical Geometry-Triangles:
Class Work: Exercise:17.1, Q:1(iv), Q:2(ii), Q:4(ii,iii), Q:5(i), Exercise:
17.2,Q:1(ii), Q:2(iii), Q:3(i),Q:4 (ii), Exercise:17.3,Q:1(ii)Q:3, Exercise: 17.5,Q:1
Home Work: Exercise:17.1, Q:1(i,vi,vii), Q:4(iii), Q:5(ii),Exercise:17.2, Q:3(ii),Q:4
(iii), Exercise:17.3,Q:1(i),
 Exercise:17.5,Q:4,6,Review Exercise:17, Q:2,Q:3


Chapter 1: Physical Quantities and Measurement
Physical Quantities, Base Quantities, Derived Quantities, International System of
Units, Base Units, Derived Units, Prefixes, Scientific Notation, Vernier Callipers,
Significant Figures, Example: 1.4
Class Work: Q 1.1: (iv, v, vii, x) (1.4-1.7, 1.9-1.11, 1.13), Problems: (1.2, 1.3, 1.6, 1.8)
Home Work: Q 1.1: (i-iii, vi) (1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 1.8, 1.12), Problems: (1.4, 1.5, 1.9)
Chapter 2: Kinematics
Rest and Motion, Scalars and Vectors, Terms Associated with Motion, Graphical
Analysis of Motion
Distance-Time Graph, Speed-Time Graph, Equations of Motion, Motion of Freely
Falling Bodies, Examples: 2.4-2.10
Class Work: Q 2.1: (iv-vii, ix, x, xii) (2.6-2.8, 2.13), Problems: (2.3-2.5, 2.7, 2.8)
Home Work: Q 2.1: (iii, viii-xi) (2.4, 2.5, 2.9, 2.10), Problems: (2.1, 2.2, 2.6)
Chapter 3: Dynamics
Force, Inertia and Momentum, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Mass and Weight, Force
and Momentum, Law of Conservation of Momentum and its Daily Life
Applications, Friction, Coefficient of Friction (F= μR), Rolling Friction, Centripetal
Force, Examples: 3.1, 3.3, 3.6
Class Work: Q 3.1: (iii, viii) (3.3, 3.5-3.10, 3.12, 3.13, 3.17), Problems: (3.5, 3.9)
Home Work: Q 3.1: (I, ii, v, vii-ix) (3.2, 3.4, 3.11, 3.14-3.17), Problems: (3.1-3.4, 3.8, 3.10)
Chapter 4: Turning Effect of Forces
Like and Unlike Parallel Forces, Addition of Forces, Head to Tail Rule, Resolution
of Forces, Torque or Moment of a Force, Principle of Moments, Centre of Gravity,
Equilibrium, First Condition of Equilibrium, Second Condition of Equilibrium only,
Examples: 4.2-4.5
Class Work: Q 4.1: (ii, iv-vii), (4.4, 4.5, 4.7-4.9, 4.11, 4.12), Problems: (4.1, 4.3, 4.7, 4.8)
Home Work: Q 4.1: (i-iii, viii), (4.6, 4.10-4.13), Problems: (4.2, 4.4-4.6)
Chapter 5: Gravitation
The Force of Gravitation, Law of Gravitation, Law of Gravitation and Newton Third
Law of Motion, Mass of Earth, Artificial Satellites, Examples: 5.1, 5.2
Class Work: Q 5.1: (ii) (5.8-5.10) Problems: (5.4, 5.5, 5.8, 5.9)
Home Work: Q 5.1: (i, iii, iv) (5.2, 5.3, 5.12, 5.13) Problems: (5.1-5.3, 5.7)
Chapter 6: Work and Energy
Energy, Kinetic Energy (K.E.=1/2 mv2), Potential Energy (P.E.=mgh), Efficiency,
Power, Examples: 6.2, 6.3, 6.5, 6.7
Class Work: Q 6.1: (ii, iii, vii), (6.3, 6.5, 6.6, 6.13, 6.14), Problems: (6.4-6.6)
Home Work: Q 6.1: (i, iv-vi, ix), (6.2, 6.4, 6.7, 6.15, 6.16), Problems: (6.1-6.3, 6.7, 6.9)
Chapter 7: Properties of Matter
Pressure, Atmospheric Pressure, Variation in Atmospheric Pressure, Pressure in
Liquids, Density, Pascal's Law, Elasticity, Hooke’s Law, Young’s Modulus,
Examples: 7.2, 7.7
Class Work: Q7.1: (viii) (7.22), Problems: (7.1,7.6)
Home Work: Q7.1: (iii) (7.6, 7.15, 7.17), Problems: (7.5, 7.12)
Chapter 8: Thermal Properties of Matter
Temperature and Heat, Specific Heat Capacity, Importance of Large Specific Heat
Capacity of Water, Heat Capacity, Change of State, Latent Heat of Fusion, Latent
Heat of Vaporization, The Evaporation, Thermal Expansion, Linear Thermal Expansion in Solids, Volume Thermal Expansion, Examples: 8.5-8.7
Class Work: Q 8.1: (vi, vii), (8.7-8.9) Problems: (8.4, 8.8)
Home Work: Q 8.1: (iv, v viii), (8.3, 8.10) Problems: (8.3, 8.7)
Chapter 9: Transfer of Heat
Transfer of Heat, Conduction, Thermal Conductivity, Convection, Convection
Currents in Air, Use of Convection Currents, Land and Sea Breezes, Gliding,
Radiation, Example: 9.1
Class Work: Q 9.1: (ii, vi-viii), (9.4, 9.6, 9.7), Problems: (9.2)
Home Work: Q 9.1: (i, iii, v, ix), (9.2, 9.5), Problems: (9.1)


1. To measure the Volume of a Solid Cylinder by measuring Length and
Diameter of a Solid Cylinder with Vernier Callipers.
2. To find the Value of “g” by Free Fall Method.
3. Investigate the Relationship between Force of Limiting Friction and Normal
Reaction to find the Co-efficient of Sliding Friction between a Wooden
Block and Horizontal Surface.
4. To determine the Resultant of two forces graphically using a Horizontal
Force Table.
5. To find the Weight of an unknown object by using Principle of Moments.
6. To study the Effect of the Length of Simple Pendulum on Time and hence
find “g” by calculation.
7. To study the Relationship between Load and Extension (Helical Spring) by
drawing a graph.
8. To find the Specific Heat by the method of mixture using Polystyrene Cups
(used as container of negligible Heat Capacity).
9. To measure the Specific Heat of Fusion of Ice.


Chemistry and branches of chemistry, Basic Definitions (matter, substance,
homogeneous and heterogeneous mixture, physical and chemical properties),
Elements, Compound and Mixture, Difference between a compound and a mixture,
Atomic Number and Mass Number, Example 1.1, Relative Atomic Mass and
Relative Mass Unit, Empirical formula and Molecular formula, Molecular mass and
Formula mass, Example 1.2; 1.3, Types of Molecules, Avogadro’s Number, Mole
and Molar mass, Example 1.4, Chemical Calculations, Mole-Mass Calculations,
Example 1.5, Mole-Particle Calculations, Example 1.6,1.7(pp. 4-14; 16-22).
Separate the given mixture of iron filings and sand by physical method.
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1, 2, 6, 7, 8-13) (pp.24-25)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (1-8, 10, 11, 12, 14-17, 19) (pp.25-26);
Long Answer Questions (1, 2, 4) (p.26); Numericals (1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9) (p.26)
Rutherford’s Atomic Model, Defects in Rutherford’s Model, Bohr’s Atomic Theory,
Electronic Configuration, Examples: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, Electronic Configuration of First
18 Elements (pp. 31-37), the definition of isotopes types and uses of isotopes.
No Practical
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (3-9) (p.42)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3-13) (pp. 42-43); Long Answer Questions
(4-10) (p.43)
Definition of Periodic Law, Modern Periodic Table, Periods and Groups, Periodicity
of Properties (definition and trends in periods and groups in Atomic Size and Atomic
Radius, Shielding Effect, Ionization Energy, Electron Affinity, and
Electronegativity. (pp. 46-56).
No practical
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1, 2, 6, 7, 10) (pp.56-57)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3, 4, 7-9) (p.57); Long Answer Questions
(8-10) (p.57)
Chemical Bonds, Types of Chemical Bond, Ionic Bond, Covalent Bond and its
types, Dative or Coordinate Covalent Bond, Polar and Non-Polar Covalent Bond,
Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces (Dipole-Dipole Interaction, Hydrogen
Bonding) (Page 59-68).
No practical
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (5-8, 11-13, 17) (p.72-73)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (4, 5, 7, 8, 10-14) (pp.73-74); Long Answer
Questions (1, 4-8) (p.74)
Boyle’s Law, Experimental Verification of Boyle’s Law, Charles’s Law,
Experimental Verification of Charles’s Law, Evaporation, Vapour Pressure, Boiling
Point, Freezing and Melting Point, Density
(pp. 78-83, 84-90). Definition gas, liquid, solid and allotropy
Determine the melting point of naphthalene.
Determine the boiling point of ethyl alcohol.
Separate the given mixture of alcohol and water by distillation.
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (2, 7, 9-11) (p.93)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3, 4,5, 7) (p.94); Long Answer Questions (1-4) (p.94);
Numericals (2-5, 7-9) (pp. 94-95;
Definitions of following terms with example: {Solution (i-solute ii-solvent),
Aqueous Solutions, Saturated Solution, Unsaturated Solution, Supersaturated
Solution, Dilution of Solution, Percentage (Mass/Mass Percentage, Mass/Volume
Percentage, volume/ mass percentage, Volume/Volume Percentage), Molarity with
formula, Preparation of Molar Solution, example 6.2 & 6-3, Dilution of Solution
Solubility (pp. 97-104).
Prepare 100cm3 of 0.1M Sodium Carbonate (Na2CO3) solution.
Prepare 100cm3 of 0.1M Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) solution from the given 1M
Demonstrate that temperature affects solubility.
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (4,8, 11-13) (pp.110-111)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (12) (p.111); Long Answer Questions (1-4)
(p.112). Numericals (2,4-5,6) (p.112). .
Definitions of Oxidation and Reduction Reactions with examples, Oxidation and
Reduction in terms of Loss or Gain of Electrons, Oxidation State and Rules for
Assigning Oxidation State, Examples: 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, definition of Oxidizing and
Reducing Agents with examples, Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, definition of
Electrolytes (weak and strong electrolyte) non-electrolyte, Corrosion and its
Prevention, Rusting of Iron, Prevention of Corrosion, Prevention of Corrosion by
Physical Methods, definition and method Electroplating(electroplating of silver and
chromium) (pp. 114-124, 128-132).
No practical
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1-5-6, 8-10) (p.135)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (8-13, 17-22) (p.136); Long Answer
Questions(1,2,4,7,9-10) (p.137)
Definition types and properties of Metals, Electropositive Character and its trends in
periods and groups, Inertness of Noble Metals (silver, gold and platinum), definition
and properties of Non-Metals, Comparison of Reactivity of the Halogens, Important
Reactions of Halogens (reaction with hydrogen, water, methane and NaOH) (pp.
138-141, 144-148).
Demonstrate that Some Chemical Processes Absorb Energy.
Classwork: Multiple Choice Questions (1-3, 7-11) (pp.150-151)
Homework: Short Answer Questions (3-12) (p.151); Long Answer Questions
(2,3,5,7-9,11) (p.151)


Chapter 1: Introduction to Biology
Introduction to Biology, Divisions and branches of Biology, Quran and Biology, The
Levels of Organization (complete topic) - (pp. 2-16)
Study of external morphology of mustard plant and microscopic examination of
root, stem, leaf, flower, fruit and seeds
Identification of major organs and organ systems in a dissected frog (Dissection by
demonstrator / teacher)
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1-10)(p.17)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7), Short Questions (1) - (pp. 18)
Chapter 2: Solving the Biological Problem
Biological Method, Biological Problem, Hypothesis, Deductions, and Experiments,
Theory, Law and Principle, Data Organization and Data Analysis, - (pp. 20-28)
No Practical
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1-9)(pp.29-30)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (3), Short Questions (1, 2) - (pp.30)
Chapter 3: Biodiversity
Biodiversity, Importance of Biodiversity, Classification, Aims of classification,
Basis of Classification, Taxonomic Hierarchy, Species- Basic Unit of Classification,
Five Kingdom Classification System, The Five Kingdoms, Binomial Nomenclature
- (pp. 31-45)
No practicals
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1-11) (pp.48-49)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (1-5), Short Questions (1-3,5) (pp.49)
Chapter 4: Cell Biology
Cellular Structures and Functions , Cell Wall, Cell Membrane, Cytoplasm, Cell Organelles , Nucleus, Ribosomes, Mitochondria, Plastids, Endoplasmic Reticulum,
Golgi Apparatus, Lysosomes, Centrioles, Vacuoles , Difference between Prokaryotic
and Eukaryotic Cells, Passage of Molecules Into and Out of Cells, Diffusion,
Facilitated Diffusion, Osmosis , Filtration, Active Transport, Endocytosis,
Exocytosis, Animal tissues (only introduction – not types), Plant Tissues (only
introduction – not types) - (pp. 52-82)
Identify, from fresh preparations, the cell membrane, nucleus and cytoplasm in an
animal cell and the cell wall, cell membrane, sap vacuole, cytoplasm, nucleus and
chloroplasts in a plant cell
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1, 3-15) - (pp. 83-84)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (1-8, 11), Short Questions (2-3) - (pp. 84)
Chapter 5: Cell cycle
Cell cycle, Mitosis, Phases of Mitosis, Significance of Mitosis, Meiosis, Phases of
Meiosis, Significance of Meiosis, Comparison between Mitosis and Meiosis - (pp.
Observation of various stages of mitosis and meiosis by slides, model and charts
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1-15) (pp.104-105)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (1-8), Short Questions (1-4) - (pp. 105)
Chapter 6: Enzymes
Enzymes, Characteristics of Enzymes, Mechanism of enzyme action - (pp. 107-112)
Experiment to show working of enzyme in vitro e.g. pepsin working on meat in test tube
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1-4) (pp. 115)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (1, 2, 7), Short Questions (1) - (pp. 116)
Chapter 7: Bioenergetics
Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, ATP - The Cell’s Energy Currency, Photosynthesis,
Mechanism of Photosynthesis, Light Reactions, Dark reactions, Respiration,
Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration (excluding importance of fermentation) - (pp.
Demonstration of the process of photosynthesis using an aquatic plant, like Hydrilla
Investigation of the release of carbon dioxide and heat during Aerobic Respiration in
germinating seeds
Classwork: Multiple Choice (3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10) (pp. 137)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), Short Questions (1-4) -
(pp. 137-138)
Chapter 8: Nutrition
Components of Human Food, Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Minerals (excluding
Role of Calcium and Iron), Table 8.2, Vitamins (Table 8.3: Functions, deficiencies
and sources of important vitamins - table only). Effects of Water and Dietary Fiber,
Digestion in Humans, Human Alimentary Canal (complete), Role of Liver - (pp.
Microscopic examination of a transverse section of the small intestine to show the
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1, 2, 4, 5, 7-15) (pp.167- 168)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (3, 4, 6, 10-11), Short Questions (1-5) -
(pp.168- 169)
Chapter 9: Transport
Transport in Plants, Water and Ion Uptake, Transpiration, Opening and Closing of
Stomata, Significance of Transpiration, Transport of Water, Transport of Food ,
Transport in human, Blood, Blood Plasma, Blood Cells, Human Heart (complete),
Pulmonary and systemic circulation, Heart Beat, Heart Rate and Pulse Rate, Blood
Vessels (excluding arteries, veins and capillaries – keeping only Table 9.1 of
Comparison of arteries, capillaries and veins) Cardiovascular Disorders
Atherosclerosis and Arteriosclerosis, Myocardial Infarction - (pp. 171-204)
Observation of root hairs on a growing root of onion, carrot etc.
Identification of red and white blood cells under the light microscope on prepared
slides and in diagrams and photomicrographs
Classwork: Multiple Choice (1-17, 19) (pp. 205-206)
Homework: Understanding the Concepts (1, 3-6, 10, 11, 14, 15), Short Questions
(1, 2, 4, 6-8) - (pp. 207)

Computer Science

Unit 1: Problem Solving:
Problem Solving Steps(Pg. 2-6),Flowcharts(6-8), Examples of Flowcharts
(1,4,6,7,8,11)(Pg.8-15),Algorithm(Pg.15), Definition(Pg. 15-16), Formulation of an
Algorithm (Pg. 17),Examples of Algorithms (1,2,5,7,9), Efficiency of Algorithms
(Pg. 21-23), Identification of Errors(Pg.27-29)
Class Work: Q.1.1 (1-4)(Pg. 30), Q.1.2(Pg.30-31),Q.1.3 (Pg. 31), Q.1.4(1,3,5) (Pg. 31)
Home Work: Q. 1.1 (5)(Pg. 30), Q. 1.4 (2,4)(Pg. 31)
Unit 2: Binary System:
Introduction to Number Systems (Pg. 34), Number System Conversion (Decimal to
Binary and Binary to Decimal, Hexadecimal to Binary and Binary to Hexadecimal)
(Pg. 35-39), Memory and Data Storage (39-40), Measurement of Size of Computer
Memory(Pg. 43), Boolean Algebra (Boolean Preposition, Truth Values, Logical
Operators(AND, OR, NOT) ,Truth Table)(Pg. 44-47), Logical Expressions (49-50)
Class Work: Q.2.1 (Pg. 51), Q.2.2 (2,3,5)(Pg. 51-52), Q.2.3,Q.2.4 (Pg. 52)
Home Work: Q. 2.2 (4)(Pg. 51), Activity 2.8 (Pg. 52)
Unit 3: Networks:
Computer Networks (Pg. 54 -56), Basics of Data Communication(Pg. 60-62),
Computer Network Models(Pg. 62- 64), Protocols in TCP/IP Suit(Pg. 64-65),
Understanding IP Addressing(Pg. 67-68), Routing (Pg. 68-69)
Class Work: Q.3.1 (Pg. 71), Q.3.2 (Pg. 71-72), Q.3.3 (1-3) (Pg. 72), Q.3.4 (4) (Pg. 72)
Home Work: Q. 3.3 (4-7), Q. 3.4 (2) (Pg. 72)
Unit 4: Data and Privacy:
Introduction (Pg. 74) Ethical Issues Related to Security (Pg.74- 78), Simple
Encryption (Pg. 81-85), Encryption with keys and Passwords (Pg. 89-90),
Cybercrime (Pg. 90-91)
Class Work: Q.4.1 (Pg. 96), Q.4.2, Q.4.3(1,5) (Pg. 96)
Home Work: Q. 4.3 (2,4) (Pg. 97), Activity 4.8 (Pg. 97)
Unit 5: Designing Website:
Introduction to HTML(Pg. 100-103), Text Formatting (Pg. 103,104), Define a
hyperlink to a webpage(Pg. 109,110)
Class Work: Q.5.1-5.2 (Pg. 113-114), Q.5.3 (1,3) (Pg. 115), Q.5.4 (Pg. 115)
Home Work: Q. 5.3 (2) (Pg. 115), Q. 5.5(Pg. 116) Activity 5.7 (Pg. 116)

List of Practicals:

1. Draw a flowchart that calculates the sum and product of two numbers.
2. Draw a flowchart that calculates the difference and division of two numbers.
3. Draw a flowchart that calculates the modulus of an integer with respect to
another integer.
4. Draw a flowchart that calculates the area of a rectangle.
5. Draw a flowchart that calculates the of a triangle when three side are given.
6. Draw a flowchart that calculates the volume of a cylinder.
7. Draw a flowchart that calculates the temperature from Centigrade to
8. Write a program to print the distance covered by a car having an average
9. Draw a flowchart that takes a number as input and displays whether it is even
or od10. Draw a flowchart that takes three integers as input and displays the largest
11. Draw a flowchart that prints the grade of a student.
12. Draw a flowchart that prints first 10 integers using loop.
13. Draw a flowchart that prints odd numbers from 1 to 10.
14. Draw a flowchart that takes a number as an input and prints its multiplication
table up to 10.
15. Draw a flowchart that takes two numbers as input and prints the
multiplication table of the first number up to the second number.
16. Draw a flowchart that prints integers from 10 to 1 (reverse order, using loop).
17. Draw a flowchart that takes input “n” from the user and prints the sum of first
“n” numbers and their average.
18. Draw a flowchart that takes few numbers as input from the user and prints
them in reverse order.
19. Draw a flowchart that takes 10 numbers as input from the user and prints all
the odd ones.
20. Draw a flowchart that takes two numbers “m” and “n” as input from the user
and calculates “m” to the power on “n”
21. Draw a flowchart that takes two numbers as input calculates the GCD of the
numbers using Euclidean Algorithm.
22. Creating a HTML page which has following tags
- html
- body
23. Create an HTML page which has following additional tags
- title
- paragraph
- line break
24. Create an HTM page which has following additional functions
heading up to three levels
bold, italic, underline
25. Create a website with two webpages linked to each other. The links are in
26. Create an HTML page which has a table, and the border of the table is of a
specified width and border type.
27. Create a website which has multiple pages and all the components
mentioned above.d.

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