1 Syllabus for Class 4 Blue & Green Social Studies The Land and its People. Government Economics All work done in book and note books Mathematics Units 3, 4, 7. Tables 1-15 Dictation: 0 to 999,999,999. Science. All units from Pollination and fertilization, Solution and Mixture, Separating Solution, the Earth in Space, Heat, Circuit and Switches ART: Draw and color. Tomato, balloon, pencil, candle, glass, grapes, circle. ART MINE BOOK Pages: 8, 9,10,11,16. ENGLISH Broad Way: Course book 4: 1.Tree Blessing 2.The Abraham s Prize 3.Shooting 4.I had a Dove 5.Nazir Sabir (All work done in note books and book including dictation list and sentence making already done in notebook) Reading Chapters: Shooting and Nazir Sabir The Grammar Tree: 1. Pronouns: Generals Exercises No A, B pages: 31, 32, Personal Pronouns Exercise No A, B pages36, Kinds of Adjectives Exercises No A, B pages 39, Adjectives: Comparison Exercises No Exercise No B pages 43, Kinds of Adverbs Exercises No A, C pages 45, Interjections Exercises NoA, B page Punctuation Exercises No a, B, C pages 52, 53, Subject Predicate Exercises No B, C pages 77, Prepositions Exercises No B, C pages 79, 80, 81 Comprehension: 1: Heidi and Peter 2: At Last 3: Nazir Sabir (comprehension passages are done in the notebook) Compositions: 1.A Rainy Day 2. Summer Season 3.A Morning Walk Stories: 1.The Angel and the Woodcutter 2.The Thirsty Crow 3.The Fox and the Grapes Applications: 1.For School Leaving certificate 2.Urgent Piece of Work Letter: To your friend inviting him to attend the marriage ceremony of your brother Translation Sentences and Future Indefinite Tense (All sentences done on notebook are included) Work book pages all pages done in the class
2 Syllabus for Class 3 Blue & Green Social Studies Transport, Services, road Safety, Work, Money and Banks, Calendars, Festivals Mathematics: Units 3, 4, 7. Dictation 0-999,999 Tables 1-13 Science: Unit 7 The Solar System Unit 8 Wind and Air Unit 9 Circuits Unit 10 Fun with Magnets Unit 11 Energy Unit 12 Force All work done in copies and books are included in the syllabus. Art: Drawing and colouring. Knife, circle, orange, triangle, hand fan, kite. ART MINE BOOK: Pages. 10, 11, 12,13,15,18 English: Broadway Course Book: - Tom s Sore Toe, A Song about Myself, The Lion and the Leopard, Fishing for the Moon. The White Window The Pound of Butter. Dictation (words+ Paragraph) exercises of these lessons, Comprehension paragraphs. Reading and comprehension of the above lessons. The Grammar Tree: Adverbs, Pronouns, Nouns: Genders, Prepositions, Opposites, Fun with words-3 Compositions: A Rainy day, The Horse. Stories: The Clever Crow, The Hungry Dog. Translation: Use of was, were Use of has, have, had. Applications: Sick Leave, Urgent piece of work.
3 Syllabus for Class 2 Blue & Green Social Studies: - Clothes, Building Houses, Builders, Tools, Time, Directions, Important Places, Plants around us, Animals around us. All the work done in copies and book is included in the exams. Science: Unit 8 Measuring Instruments to Unit14: The Environment. All the work done in copies and book is included in this exam. ART: Drawing and Colouring Knife, pencil, leaf, candle, flower, ladyfinger. ART MINE BOOK. Pages: 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15. Mathematics: Multiplication pages Division pages Shapes pages Tables 1-9 Dictation English: BROADWAY COURSE BOOK 1.Electric Light 2.The Boy and the Bear 3.Doctor Nadeem 4.Rabia and Maimoona 5.Little George. All work done in books and note books.*comprehension and grammar exercises given in the book. THE GRAMMAR TREE 1. Verbs. Present and Past Tenses 2. Helping Verbs...am, is, are, was, were, has, have 3. Who or What am I 4. A, An, The 5.Verbs, A mixed bag 6. Mixed sentences 7. Verbs the ing forms 8.Adverbs 9. Nouns Number 10. Nouns Gender 11. Test 2 Comprehension Paragraphs: Jack and Jill, Walter s Red Star, At the Play Ground Work Book pages 12 to 22 Compositions My Mother, My Bicycle, Lessons for reading test: 1.Doctor Nadeem 2.Little George 3.Rabia and Maimoona 4. The boy and the bear Spoken English: 30 sentences provided Dictation( 50 words): lived, surprised, suddenly, flowing, jumped, monkey, bouncing, worm, stretch, fleas, garden, doctor, villagers, centre, please, bicycle, wrong, branches, heart, tamarind tree, birthday, cherry tree, thought, present, shouted, sorry, careful, planted, sharp, truth, roots, branch, trunk, leaves, bright, fight, rainy, shirt, float, shore, sight, brave, aeroplane, camera, iron, telephone, computer, lamp, fruit, mango Sentence Making (30 words) : lived, surprised, suddenly, flowing, jumped, monkey, bouncing, worm, stretch, fleas, garden, doctor, villagers, centre, please, bicycle, wrong, branches, heart, tamarind tree, birthday, cherry tree, thought, present, shouted, sorry, careful, planted, sharp, truth
4 Syllabus for Class 1 Social Studies: Jobs, Being Good, Prayers, In the Garden, Animals, Animal s Home. All work done in the books and note books General Science: - Plants, Materials, Solids and Liquids, Floating and Sinking, The Earth, Moon and Stars, We use Electricity. All work done in Books and Note books. Art: Colouring of the given objects. Mathematics: Work Book Count Down Pages: Oral tables Dictation : English Course Book one an Action Poem, Rex, The Toffee, Tom sees the Fish, Free in the Forest, Red Car. Workbook pages 3, 4,6,7,8,9,10. Grammar Tree Pages 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13,15,17,18,19,20,21,23,24,26. Dictation 40 words Word/Sentences Compositions: - Myself, A Car
5 Syllabus for K.G Mathematics: Addition (1-9) Subtraction (1-9) Counting (1-300) What comes after, and in between. Write in words (Eleven Twenty) Shapes Matching Circle the smaller number Dictation (1-300) General Science: - Unit 11:- Materials to Unit 19:- Movements. Oral questions 1-12 and all worksheets done in copy and book is included in the examination. English: Work Sheet Pages 1-28 Reading pages 56, 57, 60, 64, 63, 62,70,68,66. Dictation 30 words Social Studies 1-15 Questions and Answers. Q1. What is your name? To Q-15 What do you want to be? Art: colouring of shapes.
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