8m ago
630.89 KB
20 Pages

MANAV STHALI GLOBAL SCHOOLCURRICULUM 2020-21CLASS IIIENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCYNOTE:1. Reading and recitation, spell check, construction of sentences, framing andanswering questions and language drill based on each lesson will be acontinuous and integral part of each chapter.2. Oral and written tasks, meanings of new words, questions and any other taskrelated to each chapter will also be done.April- May’20Revision: Identifying naming words on the basis of special names, general names andgroup names.Chapter 1: Caught In A Description I can Describe People Wanted PostersWriting Ability: Take any one picture from magazine or newspaper and describe theperson.Chapter 2: The Dinosaur Who Had No FriendsSpeech Ability: “ Faithful friend is an endless treasure”Chapter 3: Dinosaur DinnerJuly’20Chapter 4: Sequencing With GrammarSpeech Ability- Story narration using connecting words and phrasesChapter 5: Animal Poems: Mice, Cat, ConversationWriting Ability: Compose a funny poem on your favourite animal.Discussion: Be kind to AnimalsChapter 9: The Magic Faraway Tree Introduction of characters Land of Topsy TurvyLanguage Study: Action Words ( Verbs)

August’20Chapter 8: My Pet MonsterChapter 9: The Magic Faraway Tree Land of Spells Land of DreamsChapter 7: The Monster Fancy DressDiscussion: Are Zombies, dragons, mummies real?Activity: Design an invitation card for monster’s theme birthday party.( Include place,time, food items)Language Study: Describing Words (Adjectives)September’20Chapter 12: Poetry By Children On Travel The Plane A City Bus of Pune The Best Way to TravelDiscussion: Different modes of travel ( land, sea, air)Chapter 9: The Magic Faraway Tree Land of Do- As-You Please Land of ToysChapter 20: Our Space Trip With The AliensSpeech Ability: Imagine if you landed on the Aliens planet?Language Study: ArticlesOctober’20Chapter 16: My Cousin FredChapter 9: The Magic Faraway Tree Land of WomanChapter 13: Key TitlesChapter 14: Finding Key Ideas Of Supporting DetailsWriting Ability: Write a factual report on giraffe/ moleLanguage Study: Punctuation, Sentence re- arrangement

November’20Chapter 15: Cultural Stories Anansi Goes Fishing A Big Quiet House The Honey Bee’s StingChapter 9: The Magic Faraway Tree Land Of MedicinesSpeech Ability: Express your views on “The Grass is always greener on the other side”Language Study- PronounsDecember’20:Chapter 17: The Lion That Had Bad BreathDiscussion: Causes of Bad breath Care of the mouthSpeech Ability: Strong Teeth for Good EatLanguage Study: Gender, ConjunctionsChapter 18: Demonstration Passage for DiscussionChapter 9: The Magic Faraway Tree Land of TempersDiscussion- Books Vs TabletJanuary’21Chapter 26: Poem to Enjoy- The Owl and The Pussy CatChapter 9: The Magic Faraway Tree Land of PresentsLanguage Study: Prepositions, Unseen PassageSpeech Ability-“My Nation My Pride”February’21Chapter 24: The Blind Men And The Elephant

Chapter 25: Max Crosses the RoadLanguage Study: Simile, Tenses( Simple Tenses)March’21Poem to Enjoy: The Duck and The KangarooChapter 27: PersuasionRole Play: Enact an advertisement of your choice.Chapter 10: The Sea kingdomActivity: Frame a story with the help of key PointsMATHEMATICSNOTE: Interesting games on mathematical concepts, quick calculations, dodging of tableswill be done regularly. Chapter Check-up, Worksheets, Challenges, Maths Lab Activity and other suchtasks given will be an integral part of each concept.April- May’20Chapter 1: Number and Place Value: Ex 1A to 1FChapter 2: Addition : Ex 2A to 2D Table of 11Activity:1. Make 4 flash cards per students and put any one number on each ranging from 09. Then tell them to list as many as 4 digit numbers from them. Also do state thelargest and the smallest.2. Find the sum of last 4 digits of mobile numbers of your parents.Fun with Maths: Write birthday date of any five family members numerically usingordinals.July’20Chapter 3: Subtraction : Ex 3A to 3GChapter 8: Shapes, Space and Patterns: Ex 8A , 8BTable of 12

Activity: Make a card stating ‘I LOVE MOM’ or ‘I LOVE DAD’. Draw a line of symmetryfor each of the alphabets.Task:1. As 2020 is a leap year, find out next 5 leap years (by adding 4 every time) and 5leap years before 2020 (by subtracting 4 every time).2. Find the total number of days of the months having 31 days and the monthshaving 30 days. Find the difference between the two.Fun with Maths: Draw and colour garden scene with three objects having plain surfaceand two objects having curved surface.August’20Chapter 8: Shapes, Space and Patterns: Ex- 8C, 8DChapter 4: Multiplication: Ex- 4A to 4D Dodging of tables 2 to 12Activity:1. Draw a tree showing different factors and their products on leaves.2. Make a 3x3 mathematical grid each column and row headed by a numberbetween 0-9, multiply the column and rows for the empty boxes.Project: Using your creativity make three different objects using the seven piecetangram.September’20Chapter 4: Multiplication: Ex- 4E to 4HChapter 10:Time: Ex- 10A to 10BDodging of tables 6 to 12Activity: Draw the time line of Mr. Narendra ModiProject: Use a paper plate to make the face of an Analog clock.Task: Write the time of arrival and departure of any two flights coming to Delhi fromChandigarh and calculate the total time taken.October’20Chapter 5: Division: Ex- 5A to 5FChapter 9: Measurement: Ex- 9A

Table of 13Activity: Make a list of any 5 objects in which you use the concept of division unknowingly.Also stick their pictures.Task: Measure and compare the height of any 10 students of the class. Place them in theorder from tallest to shortest with the measurement written next to them.November’20Chapter 9: Measurement: Ex 9B to 9DTable of 14Fun with Maths: Make a ruler/ scale of your own using an ice-cream stick.Activity: Measure five items in your room using the measuring tool and draw a tablecomparing estimated measurement and actual measurement.( e.g., - ruler, book, crayon,window, measuring tape)Task: Make a list of 5 things each weighing less than half kg and more than half kg.December’20:Chapter 6: More Division: Ex 6A to 6DDodging of tables 10 to 14Activity: Make flash cards of numbers 1 to 20, distribute them into 3 piles such thattotal in each pile is the same.Project: Make 20 apple pies. Distribute them into 4 piles such that total in each pile isthe same.January’21Chapter 11: Money: Ex 11ATable of 15Activity: Prepare a bill of the food you ordered in a restaurant with the help of themenu card provided.Project: Make a collage of different currency used worldwide.February’21Chapter 7: Fractions: Ex 7A to 7DDodging of tables 10 to 15

Activity: On a cardboard circle, tell the students to show how do they utilise their timeduring a day. Also write the number of hours allotted for different activities in the formof fractions.Project: My Fraction PizzaMake a Pizza divided into 4 pieces having 2/4th onions , 3/4th olives, 1/4th green bellpeppers and whole having tomatoes.March’21Chapter 12: Handling Data: Ex 12A, 12BActivity: Find the length of 5 longest rivers in the world. Draw a bar graph to representyour data.Task: Ask your friends about the sports activities they like the most. On the basis of thisdata prepare a pictograph.KNOW YOUR SURROUNDINGSNOTE: Practical activities, Nature Walk, Outings and presentations will be taken upregularly.April- May’20Chapter 1: Meet My FamilyChapter 2: Caring for the Physically Challenged and Elderly( For Reading Only)Activity: Make a wall hanging using waste material showing your family members.July’20Chapter 3: Food We EatChapter 6: Housing We NeedActivity: (1) Prepare a balanced menu for the three meals for one week and display it inyour class.(2) Make a list of food items across the country. Write the state they are associated with.(3) Name some disinfectants and pest killers and paste their pictures.August’20Chapter 7: Living and Non-Living ThingsChapter 13: Games We Play

Activity: (1)Observe the things around you. Draw and colour any three living and twonon living things you see.(2) Draw and write the rules of your favourite game.Project : Students will make Snakes and Ladder board game (using traffic rules)September’20Chapter 8: PlantsChapter 14: Mapping My NeighbourhoodActivity:(1) Students will start a junior master gardener program in which they willsow seeds and grow plants.(2)Collect the leaves of neem, basil, mint, coriander, fenugreek and mango. Crush themand smell them. Is there a difference?Task : Students will play a treasure hunt game in which clues will be given to identifythe directions.Project :Make sketch of neighbourhood marking all the important landmarks.October’20Chapter 12: Work Around UsChapter 17: Pottery (For Reading Only)Activity: Students will learn the art of pottery and make diyas for Diwali.Activity:(1)Students will play role of a professional and will discuss about the workperformed by them.(2) Make a list of people working at bank, post office and write their designation.November’20Chapter 9: AnimalsChapter 10: Insects and Creepy CrawliesActivity: Use newspapers and internet to search the eating habits, nesting habits, meansof reproduction and other amazing facts about any two animals.Exploring Science: Collect information on any one creepy crawly and prepare abrochure/scrap book for the same.December’20:

Chapter 4: Water We DrinkChapter 5: Storing and Saving WaterActivity: Paste pictures to show water pollution. State the reason for same.Science Laboratory: Practical demonstration of three forms of water.Communication Strength: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using earthenpots to save water.January’21Chapter 11: BirdsActivity: Collect the pictures of different types of beaks in birds and paste their pictures.Project : Students will make a bird house in which they will provide food and water tothe birds .February’21Chapter 15: TravelChapter 16: CommunicationTask: Write a short letter to your friend on the post card and fill in the names, addressand pin code.Activity :(1) Find out names of any 4 courier companies.(2)Write the names of any 5 vehicles running on electric transportation technology.March’21Chapter 18: TextilesProject: Students will learn the techniques of tie n dye. They will dye their old white Tshirt.FOUNDATION EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGYNote: Practical demonstration, power point presentation, diagrams, project work willbe emphasised in each topic.April – May’20Unit 1:CarsChapter 1: Car and its parts.Chapter 2: LightsActivity: Practical demonstration of various parts of car

Group discussion: Discuss about the features available in various types of cars and thevehicles registration code of few states.Communication Strength: How cars have changed the world?July’20Unit 1: CarsChapter 3: Doors and WindowsTopic: DoorActivity: Observe and identify different types of doors available in various models ofcars (e.g., Butterfly doors, canopy doors, sliding doors etc.)Group discussion: Discuss about the Car door componentsCommunication Strength: Imagine a car without doors and windows.August’20Unit 1: CarsChapter 3: Doors and WindowsTopic: WindowsActivity: To observe and draw different types of windowsGroup Discussion:Which is a better option in windows-Power windows or normal windows?Presentation: PPT on different types of windows and doors available in a car.September’20Unit 1: CarsChapter 4: Steering WheelGroup Discussion: Discuss about the adjustable comforts and features available indifferent models of steering wheel.Graphical Representation: To draw the steering wheel of your car.October’20Unit 1: CarsChapter 5: GearsActivity:

Practical Demonstration of the gears of a car. Draw a diagram of a Gear.Group Discussion: Significance of gears in functioning of a car. Difference between normal gear and automatic gear. Discuss about GPS.Communication Strength: Functions of different kinds of gears in a carNovember’20Unit 2: Electric BulbChapter 6: Introduction and History of a BulbChapter 7: Parts of a BulbGroup Discussion: Importance of bulb in our day-to-day lives.Gases used in making colourful electric lightsGraphical Representation: Draw an electric bulb and label the parts neatly.December’20Unit 2: Electric BulbChapter 7: Parts of a BulbChapter 8: Types of a BulbUses of a BulbCommunication Strength: Imagine your life without any source of light/ power.Actiivty : Depict various types of bulbs available in the market. Find the names of few companies manufacturing power saving bulbsJanuary’21Unit 2: Electric BulbChapter 9: Electric CircuitGraphical Representation: Draw an electric circuit and label the parts neatly.Project: Prepare a working model of an electric circuit.Activity: Draw basic electric circuit symbolsFebruary’21Unit 3: Fastening DevicesChapter 10: Nails and ScrewsActivity: To show various types of nails and screws.Group Discussion: Difference between nails and screws .

Project Work: Model of ScrewMarch’21Unit 3: Fastening DevicesChapter 11: Bolts, Nuts and WashersCommunication Strength: Importance of Bolts, nuts and washers.Project: On a piece of soft board, fix three different types of bolts and nuts usingwashers.Group Discussion: Types of Bolt (Anchor Bolt, Hex Bolt, Carriage Bolt)हिन्दीअप्रैल – मई 20पाठ 10 भोजन की थालीकविता – पेड़ लगाओ , पेड़ लगाओप्रायोगगक कायय – अपनी मनपसंद सब्ज़ियों को धोकर ब्जन्हे आप सलाद के रूप में प्रयोग करसकें उनमें नमक, चाट मसाला, नींबू डालकर स्िाददष्ट सलाद बनाएँ रचनात्मक कायय छायादार और फलदार िक्षृ ों के चार- चार नाम ललखें जुलाई 20पाठ 7 जादईु पौधापाठ 2 दो दोस्तप्रायोगगक कायय : सखु ी पब्त्तयों को एकत्रित कर संदु र आकृतत तैयार करें अगस्त 20पाठ 3 सत्यिादी नरें द्र

कविता – भारत का ध्िज फहराएँगेिाचन कौशल स्िामी वििेकानंद के प्रेरक प्रसंग कक्षा में सनु ाएँ रचनात्मक कायय – भारत के महान ियब्ततयों के गचि इकट्ठे कर पाठ्य पस्ु तक में गचपकाए सितम्बर 20पाठ 15 - परीक्षाकविता – चलो उड़ चलेंआपदठत गदयांशअक्टूबर 20पाठ 4 स्िच्छ रहो , स्िस्थ रहोकविता –खट्टे अंगरूगचि लेखनललखखत अलभव्यब्तत :