Sector 13, Chandigarh - 160101 (UT)

Secondary

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Teaching Methodology Classes IX-X

Smartboards (E-Books), PPTS; ICT based learning techniques, regular use of LCD-Projectors, Virtual Classes

Smart Boards are used exhaustively across all classes. PPTs and other instructional software enable the teachers to deliver their lectures effectively. 

Experiential Learning through Labs

ATAL TINCKERING LAB and Robotics Clubs enables the students to indulge in experiential learning 

Field trips

To expose the students to the practical aspects of the concepts taught in class, they are taken on frequent field trips. 

Inquiry-based learning

Students are given ample opportunity to brainstorm and develop reasoning and research-based attitude to foster the stimulation of their minds. 

Student Seminars and Workshops

Workshops and Seminars are a regular feature for guiding the students for further studies or careers. 

Group Discussion and Brain Storming

Teachers not merely deliver the lessons, but keenly involve the students in meaningful interactions and discussions leading to the development of skills like independent thinking, decision making, critical analysis, logical thinking, to name a few. 

Mind Mapping

Mind maps and timelines are developed for every Chapter so that the students get a bird’s eye view of all the concepts pertaining to a particular chapter at a single glance. 

Art Integrated Learning

Art Integrated Learning (AIL) is followed which is based on learning through art. It is a process where art becomes the medium of teaching-learning, a key to understanding concepts within any subject of the curriculum. This enhances the creativity of a child.

Flip Classrooms

Flipped classroom a type of blended learning where students are introduced to content at home and practice working through it at school. This is to inculcate the practice of self-learning.

Role Play, Scene Enactment, Plays, etc.

Literature Content is effectively delivered by means of role-playing. 

Peer teaching and Peer Assessment

Conducting group activities within the class not only creates a spirit of cooperation but also helps the teachers in using the ‘Peer teaching’ in a very positive way. Peer assessment and self-assessment are also practiced.

Games- puzzle-solving, scrabble, etc.

Learning is made fun by introducing games like scrabble and puzzles etc in the teaching methodology. 

Collaborative Learning Projects

To foster team spirit and cooperation, collaborative learning projects are given that further make the learning better and more fun. 

Real-World Teaching

Real-life situations are given to make it easy to understand the application. 

Subjects Offered to Classes IX

    • English (Code 184)
    • Science (Code 086)
    • Mathematics (Code 041)
    • Social Science (Code 087)
    • Information Technology (Code 402)
    • Artificial Intelligence (Code 417)

 

II language options

  • Hindi (Code 085)
  • Punjabi (Code 004)
  • Sanskrit (Code 122)

 

Subjects Offered to Classes X

    • English (Code 184)
    • Science (Code 086)
    • Mathematics (Code 041)
    • Social Science (Code 087)
    • Information Technology (Code 402)

 

II language options

  • Hindi (Code 085)
  • Punjabi (Code 004)
  • Sanskrit (Code 122)

 

Examination Policy for Classes IX :

    • Unit I – 30 marks (July)
    • Unit II – 50 marks (December)
    • Term I – 80 marks (September)
    • Pre-finals - 80 marks (January) Full Syllabus
    • Finals -80 marks (February)
  • Internal Assessment – 20 marks
    • Periodic Tests (05 marks): these would be restricted to 3 in each subject in an academic year and the average of best 2 would be taken for final submission of marks.
    • Multiple Assessment (05 marks) oral tests, individual or group work, class discussion, field-work, concept maps, graphic organizers, visual representation, etc
    • Portfolio (05 marks)
    • Subject Enrichment Activities (05 marks)

Note- Syllabus to be completed by 10th December.
Final Result (Term -1) 50% + (Term – 2) 50%

 

Examination Policy for Class X:

  • Unit I – 30 marks (May)
  • Unit II – 50 marks (July)
  • Term I – 80 marks (September)
  • Pre-Board 1 - 80 marks (December) Full Syllabus
  • Pre-Board 2 -80 marks (January) Full Syllabus
  • Internal Assessment – 20 marks
    • Periodic Tests (05 marks): these would be restricted to 3 in each subject in an academic year and the average of best 2 would be taken for final submission of marks.
    • Multiple Assessment (05 marks) oral tests, individual or group work, class discussion, field-work, concept maps, graphic organizers, visual representation, etc
    • Portfolio (05 marks)
    • Subject Enrichment Activities (05 marks)

Note- Syllabus to be completed by 10th November


Affiliations & Recognitions

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