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LT ATUL KATARYA MEMORIAL SCHOOL

Affiliated to ICSE New Delhi (Affiliation No. HA023)

Lt AtulKatarya Marg, Near Sheetla Mata Parisar, Gurgaon,

Ph. No. 0124-4238225, akmsggn@rediffmail.com, www.akmsggn.com

SYLLABUS FOR SESSION 2018-


2019

CLASS- 9

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SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

March - April Composition - Descriptive


Comprehension - Pg 261
Letter - Editor
Grammar - Tenses, Preposition, Reported Speech, Notices
May Composition - Narrative
Comprehension - Pg 83
Letter - Informal
Grammar - Transformation of sentences ( Voice, No sooner….., As soon as,
Too….to, Preposition, E-mail, Not only….. but also)
July Composition- Argumentative
Comprehension - Pg 243
Letter - Regret /Complain
Grammar - Degrees of Comparison, changing parts of speech, Question Tag,
Preposition.
August Composition - Proverbs/ Story Writing
Comprehension - Pg -318
Letter - Apology
Grammar - Synthesis (All types), Prepositions, Transformation of Sentences,
Conditional Sentences, Despite…..inspite of)
September REVISION

Cycle Test I Comprehension, Letter to Editor, Prepositions, Tenses, Notices, Transformation


of sentences (All types)
Cycle Test II Comprehension, Letter –Informal, Prepositions, E-mail, Transformation of
Sentences (All types)

I Terminal Examination Compositions (All Types), Comprehension, Letters - formal/ Informal,


Prepositions, Transformation of Sentences (All Types),
E-mail, Notices, Synthesis of Sentences

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

October Composition - Social Topics


Comprehension - Pg 137
Letters - Formal (Application)
Grammar - Synthesis, Transformation of sentences, Prepositions
November Composition - picture
Comprehension - Pg 297
Letter - Formal/Informal
Grammar - Simple, Compound and Complex sentences, Tenses
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December Composition - Narrative
Comprehension - Pg 345
Letters - Formal/ Informal
Grammar - Transformation of sentences, tenses, Prepositions, Synthesis
January REVISION

February Final Examination

Cycle Test III Comprehension, Letter –Complaint (Formal), prepositions, Synthesis of


sentences (All Types), Tenses.

Cycle Test IV Composition, Informal Letter, Tenses ,Prepositions, transformation of


Sentences (All Types)
Final Term Examination Comprehension, Compositions (all Types ),Letters (Formal/Informal),E-mail,
Notice, Tenses, Prepositions, Synthesis of Sentences, transformation of
Sentences

SUBJECT: ENGLISH LITERATURE


I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

March – April Drama- The Merchant of Venice Act 1,Sc 1


Prose - Chief Seattle’s Speech
Poem - The Heart of the Tree , The Cold Within
May Drama- Act 1,Sc 2
Prose - Old Man at the Bridge, A Horse and two Goats
Poem - The Bangle Seller
July Drama- Act 1, Sc 3
Prose - Hearts and Hands
Poem -After Blenheim
August Drama- Act 2, Sc 1, 2
Prose - A Face in the Dark
Poem - Television
September REVISION

Cycle Test I Drama- Act 1, Sc1


Prose - Chief Seattle’s Speech
Poem - The Heart of the Tree
Cycle Test II Drama- Act 1 , Sc-2
Prose - Old Man at the Bridge
Poem -The Cold Within
I Terminal Examination Drama- Act 1,Sc - 1,2 ,3
Prose - Chief Seattle’s Speech, Old Man at the bridge, A horse and the two
Goats, Hearts and Hands, A face in the Dark.
Poem - The Heart of the Tree, The Cold Within, The Bangle Seller, After
Blenheim, Television

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FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

October Drama-Act 2, Sc – 3, 4
Prose - An Angel in Disguise
Poem -Daffodils
November Drama- Act 2 Sc – 5,6
Prose - The Little Match Girl
Poem - I Know why the caged Bird Sings

December Drama- Act 2, Sc 7, 8 9


Prose -The Blue Bead
January Drama- Act 3 Scene 1
Prose - My Greatest Olympic Prize
Poem - The Patriot
February REVISION / FINAL EXAMINATION

Cycle Test III Drama- Act 2 ,Sc 3,4


Prose - An Angel in Disguise
Poem - Daffodils
Cycle Test IV Drama- Act 2 Sc 5,6
Prose - The Little Match Girl
Poem - I know why the Caged Bird Sings
Final Term Examination Drama- Act 1 to Act 3 Scene 1
Prose –Lesson 1 to 6
Poem – Lesson 1 to 6

SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

March – April Ch- 1.Rational Numbers


Ch- 2.Compound Interest
Ch – 3 Expansion
Ch- 4.Factorization
Ch- 5.Simultaneous Linear Equation
May Ch- 6. Problems On Simultaneous Linear Equation
Ch-8 Indices
Ch- 10 Triangles
July Ch-17.Trigonometric Ratios
Ch-15. Circles
Ch- 13.Rectilinear Figures
August Ch-11. Mid Point Theorem

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Revision Of First Term

September FIRST TERM EXAM INATION

Cycle Test I Ch- 1. Rational Numbers


Ch- 2. Compound Interest
Cycle Test II Ch-8 Indices
Ch-17. Trigonometric Ratios
Ch- 5.Simultaneous Linear Equation
I Terminal Examination Ch- 1. Rational Numbers
Ch- 2. Compound Interest
Ch- 4.Factorization
Ch- 6. Problems On Simultaneous Linear Equation
Ch-15.Circles
Ch- 8 Indices
Ch- 10 Triangles
Ch-11. Mid Point Theorem

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

October Ch- 9. Logarithms


Ch- 16 Mensuration

November Ch-19.Coordinate Geometry


Ch-18. Trigonometric Ratios Of Some Standard Angles
Ch- 12. Pythagoras Theorem

December Ch-14 Theorems on Area


Ch-20. Statistics
January Revision Of Syllabus

February Final Term Examination

Cycle Test III Ch- 9. Logarithms


Ch- 13.Rectilinear Figures
Ch-15.Circles
Cycle Test IV Ch-19.Coordinate Geometry
Ch-18. Trigonometric Ratios Of Some Standard Angles
Final Term Examination Whole Syllabus

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SUBJECT: PHYSICS
I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
March - April Ch- 9. Current Electricity .
Ch- 2. Motion in one dimension .
May Ch- 3. Laws of Motion
July Ch – 4 Pressure in fluids and atmospheric pressure
Ch – 5 Upthrust in fluids, Archimedes Principle and Floatation
August Ch- 5 Upthrust in fluids, Archimedes Principle and Floatation
( contd..) + Revision
September I -TERM EXAM

Cycle Test I Ch- 9. Current Electricity .


Ch- 2. Motion in one dimension .(Ex 2 a , b)
Cycle Test II Ch- 3. Laws of Motion
I Terminal Examination Ch- 2. Motion in one dimension .
Ch- 3. Laws of Motion.
Ch – 4 Pressure in fluids and atmospheric pressure
Ch – 5 Upthrust in fluids, Archimedes Principle and Floatation
Ch- 9. Current Electricity.

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
October Ch - 1. Measurements and Experimentation
Ch- 6. Heat and Energy

November Ch- 6. Heat and Energy(contd..)


Ch- 7. Light.
December Ch- 8. Sound .
Ch –10. Magnetism
January REVISION
February FINAL TERM EXAM

Cycle Test III Ch - 1. Measurements and Experimentation


Ch- 6. Heat and Energy( except Ex – 6d)
Cycle Test IV Ch- 7. Light.
Final Term Whole syllabus
Examination

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SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY
I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
March - April Ch 1: The language of chemistry
Ch 2: Chemical changes and reactions
Practical 1,2

May Ch 3: Water
Ch 4: Atomic structure and chemical bonding
Practical 3
July Ch 4: Atomic structure and chemical bonding
Ch 5: The periodic table

August Revision
September First term examinations

Cycle Test I Ch 1: The language of chemistry


Ch 2: Chemical changes and reactions

Cycle Test II Ch 3: Water


Ch 4: Atomic structure and chemical bonding

I Terminal Ch 1: The language of chemistry


Examination Ch 2: Chemical changes and reactions
Ch 3: Water
Ch 4: Atomic structure and chemical bonding
Ch 5: The periodic table

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
October Ch 6: Study of first element – Hydrogen
Ch 7: Study of gas laws
November Ch 8: Atmospheric pollution
December Ch 9, Practical 4,5
January Revision
February Final term examinations

Cycle Test III Ch 6: Study of first element – Hydrogen


Ch 7: Study of gas laws
Cycle Test IV Ch 8: Atmospheric pollution
Ch 5: The periodic table
Final Term Whole syllabus
Examination

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SUBJECT: BIOLOGY
I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
March - April Chapter –1 Introducing Biology
Chapter- 2 Cell
Chapter -3 Tissues
May Chapter – 4 The Flower
Chapter – 5 Pollination And Fertilization
Chapter – 6 Seeds: Structure And Germination
July Chapter - 7 Respiration In Plants
Chapter – 9 Economic Importance Of Bacteria And Fungi
August Chapter- 8 Five Kingdom Classification
September Revision for first term

Cycle Test I Chapter –2 Cell


Chapter- 3 Tissues
Cycle Test II Chapter –4 The Flower
Chapter- 5 Pollination And Fertilization
I Terminal Examination Chapter –1 Introducing Biology
Chapter – 3 Tissues
Chapter – 2 Cell
Chapter – 4 Flower
Chapter- 5 Pollination And Fertilization
Chapter- 6 Seeds
Chapter- 7 Respiration In Plants
Chapter -8 Five Kingdom Classification
Chapter-9 Economic Importance Of Fungi And Bacteria
FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
October Chapter – 10 Nutrition
Chapter – 11 Digestive System
Chapter – 14 The Respiratory System
November Chapter –12 Skeleton
Chapter – 13 Skin
Chapter – 18 Health Organisations
December Chapter – 17 Aids To Health
Chapter – 15 Hygiene
Chapter – 16 Diseases
January Chapter – 19 Waste Generation And Management
February Final term examination

Cycle Test III Chapter – 14 The Respiratory System


Chapter – 10 Nutrition
Cycle Test IV Chapter – 17 Aids To Health
Chapter – 11 Digestive System
Final Term Whole Syllabus
Examination

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SUBJECT: GEOGRAPHY
I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
March - April Ch-13 Pressure Belts & Types of Winds
Ch-1 The Earth as a Planet
Ch-2 Geographic Grid
Ch-3 Rotation & Revolution of the Earth
Maps-Rivers of the world
May Ch-4 Structure of the Earth
Ch-5 Landforms of the Earth
Ch-6 Rocks
Maps- Mountains
July Ch-7 Volcanoes
Ch-8 Earthquakes
Ch-9 Weathering & Denudation
Maps- Mountains and Plateau
August Ch-10 Hydrosphere, Tides and Ocean Current
Revision
September Revision

Cycle Test I Ch-1 The Earth as a Planet


Ch-2 Geographic Grid
Maps-Rivers of the world
Cycle Test II Ch-4 Structure of the Earth
Ch-7 Volcanoes
Maps- Mountains
I Terminal Ch-13 Pressure Belts & Types of Winds
Examination Ch-1 The Earth as a Planet
Ch-2 Geographic Grid
Ch-3 Rotation & Revolution of the Earth
Ch-4 Structure of the Earth
Ch-5 Landforms of the Earth
Ch-6 Rocks
Ch-7 Volcanoes
Ch-8 Earthquakes
Ch-9 Weathering & Denudation
Ch-10 Hydrosphere, Tides and Ocean Current
Maps- Rivers, Mountains and Plateau

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
October Ch-11 The Atmosphere
Ch-12 Insolation
Ch-14 Humidity
Maps- The Oceans, Seas and Gulfs
November Ch-14 Humidity (continue)
Ch-15 Pollution and its Sources
Ch-16 Effects of Pollution
Maps- Natural Regions of the World

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December Ch-17 Preventive Measures of Pollution
Ch-18 Natural Regions of the World-1
Ch-19 Natural Regions of the World-1I
Maps- Natural Regions of the World (continue)
January Ch-19 Natural Regions of the World-1I (continue)
Ch-20 Natural Regions of the World-1II
Maps- Natural Regions of the World (continue)
Revision
February Revision

Cycle Test III Ch-11 The Atmosphere


Ch-12 Insolation
Maps- The Oceans, Seas and Gulfs
Cycle Test IV Ch-16 Effects of Pollution
Ch-17 Preventive Measures of Pollution
Maps- Natural Regions of the World
Final Term Full Syllabus Ch-1 to Ch-20 and
Examination All Maps

SUBJECT: HISTORY & CIVICS


I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
March - April Ch-1(C) Our Constitution and its Salient Features
Ch-1 (H)The Harappan Civilization
Ch-2(H) Early Vedic Civilization
Ch-3(H) The Later Vedic Age
May Ch-2(C) Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties
Ch-4(H) India in 6th Century BC:Rise of Jainism and Buddhism
Ch-3(C) Elections and Election Commission
Ch-5(H) The Mauryan Empire
July Ch-6(H) The Sangam Age: Kingdoms and Social and Economic Conditions
Ch-7(H) The Age of Guptas
Ch-8 (H) South India and the Cholas
August Ch-8 (H) South India and the Cholas (continued)
Ch-9(H) The Delhi Sultanate
September Revision

Cycle Test I Ch-1(C) Our Constitution and its Salient Features


Ch-1 (H)The Harappan Civilization
Cycle Test II Ch-2(H) Early Vedic Civilization
Ch-2(C) Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties
I Terminal Ch-1(C) Our Constitution and its Salient Features
Examination Ch-2(C) Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties
Ch-3(C) Elections and Election Commission
Ch-1 (H)The Harappan Civilization
Ch-2(H) Early Vedic Civilization
Ch-3(H) The Later Vedic Age
Ch-4(H) India in 6th Century BC: Rise of Jainism and Buddhism

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Ch-5(H) The Mauryan Empire
Ch-6(H) The Sangam Age: Kingdoms and Social and Economic
Conditions
Ch-7(H) The Age of Guptas

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
October Ch-10 (H )The Mughal Empire
Ch-4(C) ) Local self-Government: Rural Local Institutions
Ch-11 (H) The composite culture:Bhakti Movement, Sufism And influence of
Christianity on Indian Society.
Ch-5(C) ) Local self-Government: Urban Local Institutions
November Ch-5(C) ) Local self-Government: Urban Local Institutions(continued)
Ch-12(H) The Renaissance
Ch-13 (H) The Reformation
December Ch-14 ( H) Industrial Revolution and Capitalism and Socialism
January Revision
February Revision

Cycle Test III Ch-4 (C) Local self-government: Rural Local Institutions
Ch-9(H) The Delhi Sultanate

Cycle Test IV Ch-5(C) ) Local self-Government: Urban Local Institutions


Ch-10 (H )The Mughal Empire
Final Term Ch-4(C) ) Local self-Government: Rural Local Institutions
Examination Ch-5(C) ) Local self-Government: Urban Local Institutions
Ch-8 (H) South India and the Cholas
Ch-9(H) The Delhi Sultanate
Ch-10 (H )The Mughal Empire
Ch-11 (H) The composite culture: Bhakti Movement, Sufism And
influence of Christianity on Indian Society.
Ch-12(H) The Renaissance
Ch-13 (H) The Reformation
Ch-14 ( H) Industrial Revolution and Capitalism and Socialism

SUBJECT: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS


I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
March - April Ch-3 Values and data types + basic programming
Ch-4 Operators in Java + basic programming
May Ch-5 Input in Java + basic programming
Ch-6 Mathematical Library Methods + basic programming
July Ch-6 Mathematical Library Methods + basic programming
Ch-1 Principles of Object Oriented Programming
August Ch-1 Principles of Object Oriented Programming
Ch-2 Introduction to Java

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September Revision
First Term Examination

Cycle Test I Ch-3 Values and data types + basic programming


Ch-4 Operators in Java + basic programming
Cycle Test II Ch-5 Input in Java + basic programming
Ch-6 Mathematical Library Methods + basic programming
I Terminal Examination Ch-1 , Ch-2, Ch-3, Ch-4, Ch-5, Ch-6

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
October Ch-7 Conditional Statements in Java
Ch-8 Iterative Constructs in Java
November Ch-8 Iterative Constructs in Java
Ch-9 Nested for Loops
December Ch-9 Nested for Loops
Ch-10 Computing and ethics
January Ch-11 More on Basic Input/ Output(Scanner and Printer Classes)
February Final Term Examination

Cycle Test III Ch-7 Conditional Statements in Java


Ch-8 Iterative Constructs in Java
Cycle Test IV Ch-9 Nested for Loops
Ch-10 Computing and ethics
Final Term Examination Ch-7, Ch-8, Ch-9, Ch-10,Ch-11

SUBJECT: PHYSICAL EDUCATION


I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)
MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
March - April Section A Chapter –1 The Human anatomy and physiology
Section B- Basketball
May Section A Chapter – 2 Muscular system
Section B - Volleyball
July Section A Chapter - 3 Respiratory system
Section B - Volleyball
August Section A Chapter- 4 Circulatory system
Section B -Cricket
September Revision for first term

Cycle Test I Section A Ch-1 Human anatomy and physiology


Section B – Basketball , volleyball
Cycle Test II Section A - Chapter –2 Muscular system
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Section B - Basketball, Volleyball
I Terminal Examination Section A – Ch-1,2,3,4
Section B – Basketball , Volleyball , Cricket

FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED
October Section A - Chapter – 5 Games and sports
Section B - Football
November Section A - Chapter – 5 Games and sports
Section B - Football
December Revision
January Revision
February Final term examination

Cycle Test III Section A- Chapter – 4 Circulatory system


Section B – Volleyball , Basketball , Cricket
Cycle Test IV Chapter – 3 Respiratory system
Section B – Basketball , volleyball , Cricket
Final Term Whole Syllabus
Examination

SUBJECT: HINDI

I TERM (MARCH – SEPTEMBER)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

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FINAL TERM (OCTOBER – MARCH)


MONTH TOPICS TO BE COVERED

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