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DAV PUBLIC SCHOOLSODISHA ZONE IISYLLABUS FOR THE SESSION - 2020-21CLASS - VIIIManaged By:DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi1

SYLLABUS 2020-21DAV PUBLIC SCHOOLS, ODISHA ZONE - IICLASS - VIII1.There will be Three Periodic Tests & one Annual Examination. 2. The Scholastic Area includesone Final Examination of 80 marks and internal Assessment of 20 Marks. The InternalAssessment of 20 Marks will be reflected for Term-I and Annual Assessment.3. The 20 marks Internal Assessment will include 05 marks for periodic tests, 5 marks for multipleAssessment,5 marks for portfolio & 5 marks for Subject Enrichment Activity.4. Three Periodic Written Tests will carry weightage of 05 marks each in all major subjects.Average of the best two tests (out of three) will be considered for Final Internal Assessment.Details of Periodic Written Tests.(A) Pre - Mid Term Periodic Written Test- 20 Marks(B) Mid Term Periodic Written Test- 80 Marks(C) Post - Mid Term Periodic Written Test - 20 Marks5. The 5 marks for Portfolio includes journal/note book & 5 marks for Multiple Assessmentincludes Oral Test, individual /group work / field work / quiz / role play etc6. For the enrichment of the understanding and skill development of students in differentsubjects, respective subject teachers will conduct four subject enrichment activities of 5 markseach throughout the year. Out of which, two will be conducted before Mid - Term Periodicwritten Test and other two will be conducted after Mid - Term Periodic written Test. The bestone of 1st two activities will be taken for 5 marks of 20 marks internal assessment of Term-IAssessment & the best one of all the four will be taken for 5 marks of 20 marks internalassessment for Annual Assessment.Activities for different subjects.(i) Languages: - Activities for subject enrichment in languages should develop effectivespeaking and listening skills.(ii) Mathematics: - Laboratory activities and projects.(iii) Science: -Practical works /activities.(iv) Social Science: - Map works and Project works 7. The dates for Periodic Written Tests andFinal Examination have already been fixed by the Examination Committee of the Zone afterconsidering all aspects. However, they may change in certain unavoidable circumstances.8. Minimum 75% attendance is a pre-requisite criterion for promotion to the next higher class.9. It is mandatory for a student to appear in all the tests and activities. In case of sickness duringtests or examination days, immediate information must be sent through application withmedical certificate to the Principal. However, due to genuine reason, absence in one of thePeriodic Tests may be permitted where average of the rest of the tests will be taken into account.10. The performance of a student in scholastic areas will be reflected in terms of marks as well asgrades (8- Point scale) in the Report Card. A student has to secure minimum 'D' grade (33%marks) in Annual Weightage in each subject for promotion to the next higher class.2

1.There will be Three Periodic Tests & one Annual Examination. 2. The Scholastic AreaGradeA1A2B1B2C1C2DMark Range 91 - 100 81 - 90 71 - 80 61 - 70 51 - 60 41 - 50 33 - 40E(Needs Improvement)32 & below11. The performance of a student in Co - Scholastic areas will be evaluated by teachers concerned onthe aspects of regularity, patience, systematic approach, honesty, sincere participation, output& teamwork and will be reflected in terms of Grades only (3 Point Scale) in the Report Card .ActivityWork Educationor Pre -VocationalEducationTo be graded on a 3-pointscale in school byTeacher ConcernedAreas and ObjectivesWork education is a distinct curricular area forstudents for participation in social, economic andwelfare activities .Students get a sense ofcommunity service and develop self -reliance.Art EducationArt Education constitutes an important area ofcurricular activity for development of wholesomepersonality of the students. Students will select oneor more forms of creative art.Health & PhysicalEducation(sports/MartialArt /Yoga/NCCetc)The P.E. TeacherHealth & Physical Activity preferably sports must begiven a regular period. Students should be providedopportunities to get professionally trained in thearea of their interest. Indigenous sports, yoga andNCC must be encouraged in the schools creating asense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship,patriotism, self-sacrifice and health care.Class TeacherIt will be based on the factors like attendance,sincerity, behavior, values, tidiness, respectfulnessfor rules and regulations, attitude towards society,nation and others.Teacher ConcernedDisciplinePart II : Co-Scholastic Areas (Grading on 3 point scale)GradeIndicatorA (above 70%)B (41 to 70%)C (40 % & below)OutstandingVery GoodFair12. Students obtaining grade E in the subjects in scholastic area will have to appear forImprovement Test to improve their performance. They will get only one chance to obtain thequalifying grade.3

D A V PUBLIC SCHOOLS, ODISHA ZONE IID A V S A T ( 2020 21 ) SYLLABUS-STD VIIISl 1st Aptitude ( 26. 09. 2020 )1. Coding/decoding2. Blood relations3. Ranking4. Direction Sense Test5. Mathematical Operations1. Synonym , antonym2. Tense(use of correct form of verb)3.Modals4. Use of appropriate word5. Subject-verb agreement1. Square and square root2. Cube and cube root3. Parallel lines4. Direct and inverse variation5. Profit ,loss and discount6. Algebraic IdentitiesPhysics1. Force and Pressure2. Friction3. Earthquakes4. Electric Current and its ChemicalEffectsChemistry5. Combustion6. Sources of Energy7. Pollution of WaterBiology8. Microorganism: Friends or Foes9. Crop Production and ItsManagement.Geography1. Resources: Utilization anddevelopment.2. Natural resources: Land, Soil andWater.History3. The Modern Period.4. Establishment of Company Rule inIndia.Civics5. Our constitution6. Fundamental Rights, FundamentalDuties & Directive Principles of StatePolicy.2nd Aptitude ( 19. 12. 2020 )1. Analogy2. Series3. Sequence4. Mirror Images1. Synonym , antonym2. Spell check3. Active and passive voice4. One word substitution5. Preposition1. Mensuration2. Exponents and radicals3. Compound interest4. Polynomial5. Linear Equation In One Variable6. ProbabilityPhysics1. Refraction and Dispersion of Light2. Stars and Solar SystemChemistry3. Pollution of Air4. Metals and Non-Metals.Biology5. The Cell - It's structure and functions6. Reproduction in animalsGeography1. Natural resources: Vegetation and wildlife.2. Agriculture.History3. Colonialism and Urban changes4.The Nationalist Movement (1870-1947)Civics5. The Union Government: The LegislatureNB. The portion of 2nd aptitude test will also include the portion of 1st aptitude test.TIME : 50 mins.NO.OF QUESTIONS : 50MARK DISTRIBUTION :1 .MAT13 Marks3. Maths08 Marks5. Ssc.08 Marks2. English4. Science4TOTAL MARK : 5012 Marks09 Marks

4567Pre-Annual/AnnualExaminationAs per Syllabus17.08.2024.8.20200505As per Syllabus08.10.2021.10.20808005As per Syllabus01.12.2007.12.2020-05100 % of entiresyllabus/less asmentioned in therespective sub .28.1.2021-6.2.2021As per tEnrichmentActivity(i) LanguageSpeaking and listeningskill(ii)Science-PracticalLab work, Activities(iii)MathematicsMaths Lab Practical,(iv)Social ScienceMap work and roupwork/fieldwork/quiz/role playetcBeforeMid TermAfter oreMid Term55AfterMid Term5-BeforeMid TermAfter MidTermTotal510005(Average of best two)3WeightageforTerm - I802Pre - MidTermPeriodic TestMid TermPeriodic TestPost - MidTermPeriodic Best one)Test /Sl.Examination/no.Activity etc5(Best one)BLUE PRINT OF EXAMINATION SYSTEM5(Bestone)100

BOOK PRESCRIBED:PRE-MID TERM PERIODIC TESTMONTHJUNEJULYAUGUSTSEPTEMBEROCTOBERPOST-MID TERM PERIODICTESTANNUAL EXAMINATIONMID TERM PERIODIC TESTSPLIT UPSYLLABUS FOR1.2.3.JANUARYFEBRUARYNOVEMBERDECEMBERSUB - ENGLISHClass VIII English Literature Book (DAV CMC Publications)Class VIII English Practice Book (DAV CMC Publications)Class VIII MY English Reader Book (DAV CMC Publications)CHAPTERS / TOPIC TO BE TAUGHTLit-Ch-1 Three Questions, 2. Granny's Tree ClimbingP.Book-Ch-1 -TensesWriting-Notice, Diary EntryLit-Ch-3- The Fun They Had , Ch-4 Father’s HelpReader- Unit-1-Changing TimesP.Book –Ch-2-Narration,Ch-3 Modals & Ch-4- Subject-Verb AgreementWriting – Dialogue Completion & E-mail Message WritingLit- Ch-5- My MotherReader- Unit-2- Compassionate SoulsWriting – Speech WritingLit- CH- 6- The LuncheonReader – Unit-3- EnterpriseP.Book -Ch-9- Punctuation,Ch-10-Reading for UnderstandingWriting –Informal LetterSuggested topics from Reader units for Q.4.i) The Self-centered generationii)Media-Impact on Teenagersiii)Good deeds reflect good characteriv) Caring for the Elderlyv)Success comes to those who will and dareREVISION FOR MID TERM PERIODIC TESTREVISION FOR MID TERM PERIODIC TESTLit- Ch-7 The Children’s Song , Ch -8- The Case of the Sharp-eyed Jeweller,Ch-9 CoupletsReader- Unit-4- NatureP.Book -Ch-5- Clauses and Complex Sentences ,Ch -6 LinkersWriting – Message WritingLit—Ch-10- The Undeserved Reward, Ch-11-Bangle Sellers , Ch-12- A Bad DreamReader- Unit-5-SportsP.Book - Ch-7- Active and Passive Voice , Ch -8- Non-finitesWriting - Article Writing, Formal LettersReader- Unit- 6 -ToleranceP.Book - Ch- 11- Getting Ready for Class IXSuggested topics from Reader Units to practice Q.4i)Nature Conservationii)Value of Games and Sports in lifeiii)Tolerance - Need of the hourREVISION FOR PRE-ANNUAL EXAMINATIONREVISION FOR ANNUAL EXAMINATIONN.B-Pre-Annual Syllabus to be completed by dt.13.01.20216

DELETED CHAPTERS FOR ACADEMIC SESSION, 2020-21 (ENGLISH)WRITINGNOTICE, MESSAGETETERATURE (POETRY)COUPLETS, BANGLE SELLERSBlue Print Of Question Paper - Class VIIIPre Mid-Term/ Post Mid Term 2020-21SUBJECT:-ENGLISHTIME:40 MinutesMaximum Marks-20Typology1.Reading SkillMCQVSA QuestionQuestion(1 mark)(1 mark)00SA-1(2 marks)02.Writing SkillSA - 2LA(3/4 marks) (6/8 1 42x3 610610420Blue Print Of Question PaperClass VIIITypology1.Reading Skill2.Writing Skill& - 2020 -21SUBJECT:-ENGLISHTIME:3:00HrsMCQVSA QuestionQuestion(1 mark)(1 mark)062022444425x1 50827Maximum Marks-80SA-1SA - 2LA(2 marks) (3/4/5 marks) (6/8 marks)082x6 12207TOTAL204X18X1305x198x1163080

Learning OutcomeSubject: EnglishSLNOCLASSName of theText BookChapter/LessonLearning OutcomeThe Learner will be able to Realise the importance of present moment in life Understand the purpose of human life1Three Questions2Granny' Tree Climbing Value others work, not the position Realise one's love for trees Respect elders Enumerate role of grand children forgrandparents Determine duty is God3The Fun They Had Distinguish the pros and cons of a virtual class Realise the importance of co -curricular activitiesin students' life Learns various forms of literature456VIIIEnglishLiteratureFather's Help Account not to lie in life Enlist good etiquettees of a studentMy Mother Recognise the importance of mother in one's life Learns how to face challenges in life Values the ideologies of great personalities to beinspiredThe Luncheon Prioritise things/events in life Apply the managerial skill in every situation Understand and learn life skillsThe Children's Song Exhibit patriotism,forgiveness and firmness Remember the poems and recites with properstress,pause ,tone and intonation Prepares for speech on role of youth in nation'sdevelopment Strengthen the belief on GodThe Case of the SharpEyed Jeweller Convince himself to excel in a particular choicefield78 Develop good writing skill9 Learn the art of dictionary use both in offline andonline Analyse different literary devices Evaluate the keys to a successful lifeCouplets8

10The Undeserved Reward Calculate how to lead a balanced life Expose himself to the world of vocabulary andusages Associate the decisions guided by both intellectand conscience11Bangle Sellers12A Bad Dream13Changing Times14Compassionate Souls15My EnglishReaderEnterprise16Speculate his/her guiltyIdentify the identity of womenCatagorise the various aspects of natureEvaluate a poem analyticallyCreates love for Indian culture and tradition Apply the meaning of new words and phrases incontext Assimilate compassion as an integral part of ourexistence Transfer dialogues as a part of role play Adopt good traits Learn the appropriate use of proverbs likethrowing water on a ducks back Understand Generation Gap Interprete with peer groups on problems faced byteenagers . Respect parents opinion at home and in work Cast personal interest for the larger interest ofthe society Evaluate the attitude of people in differentsituations Uses idiomatic expressions like “full of beans”,“go bananas” to make meaningful sentences Read life and works of the Samaritans. Learn values like hardwork, perseverance andsincerity . Enhance reading skill for comprehension Understan puzzles to enrich vocabulary Imagine optimisticallyNature Be Optimistic Generate love for nature Deliver speech highlighting the experience ofpure joySports Identify innumerable virtues for a good life Establish amicable relationship Uses ICT to browse for information on famoussports personalities for projects. Browse the internet to read gather moreinformation on olympics Promote true sportsmanship1718 Tolerance9 Learn the virtues like tolerance, co- existence ,universal brotherhood , mercy, patience etc. Prepare to instill tolerance Criticize friction of life Adopt good behaviour

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CLASS - VIIISL.NOCLASS-VIIISL.NOBLUE PRINT OF QUESTION PAPERSPRE - MID TERM PERIODIC TEST -2020-2021SUBJECT:- SANSKRITTIME :45MCQNAME OF THETOPIC(0.5)/(1)MinsMaximum Marks -20VSA(0.5)SA(0.5 ) / (1)BLUE PRINT OF QUESTION PAPERSMID - TERM PERIODIC TEST: (2020-2021)SUBJECT:- SANSKRITNAME OF THE TOPICTIME : 3:00 HrsMCQ(0.5/1)VSA(0.5/1)1(2)LA(1)Maximum (4)916TOTAL1(2)1(2)1(2)0.5(4)1(4)0.5(4)0.5(6)2136

BLUE PRINT OF QUESTION PAPERSCLASS - VIIISL.NOSUBJECT:- SANSKRITTIME :45MCQNAME OF THETOPIC(0.5)/(1)MinsMaximum Marks -20VSA(0.5)SA(0.5 ) / (1)LA(1)TOTAL–BLUE PRINT OF QUESTION PAPERSCLASS-VIIISL.NOPRE - ANNUAL EXAMINATION : ( 2020-2021 )SUBJECT:- SANSKRITNAME OF THE TOPICTIME : 3:00 HrsMCQ(0.5/1)VSA(0.5/1)1(2)Maximum (4)9171(2)1(2)1(2)0.5(4)1(4)0.5(4)0.5(6)2136

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SPLIT UP SYLLABUS -2020 - 2021STD - VlllSUB-ODIAPRE MID-TERM PERIODIC TESTMID-TERM PERIODIC TESTMONTHCHAPTERS / TOPIC TO BE TAUGHTJUNEJULYAUGUSTAUGUSTSEPTEMBERPOST MID-TERM PERIODIC TESTANNUAL EXAMINATIONSPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOROCTOBERNOVEMBER20

DECEMBERJANUARYDELETED PORTION, SUB.: ODIAMID - TERM PERIODIC TEST / PRE ANNUAL / ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2020-21CLASS-VIIISL.NONAME OF THE TOPICTIME : 3:00 HrsSUBJECT: -ODIAMaximum Marks-80MCQ(1)VSAVSA(1)(2)TOTAL -21VSA(2.5)SA(5)LA(7)LA(8)TOTAL

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SUBJECT MATHEMATICSBOOKS PRESCRIBED: - Secondary Mathematics VIII By DAV CAECHAPTERS / TOPIC TO BE TAUGHTANNUAL EXAMINATIONMID - TERM PERIODIC TESTPRE MID - TERMPERIODIC TESTMONTHJUNECh-1 : Square and Square roots.Ch-2 : Cube and Cube rootsJULYCh-2 : Cube and Cube roots (Continued)Ch-4 : Direct and Inverse variationCh-10:Parallel LinesAUGSEPTEMBERCh-7 : Algebraic IdentitiesCh-13:Introduction to GraphsCh-14:MensurationCh-16:Rotational SymmetryOCTOBERTERMPOST MIDCh-5: Profit loss and discountCh-5: Profit loss and discount (Continued)NOVEMBERDECEMBERJANUARYREVISION FOR MID - TERM PERIODIC TESTCh-3:Exponents and RadicalsCh-6:Compound InterestCh-8: PolynomialsCh-9:Linear equations in one variableCh-11:Understanding QuadrilateralsCh- 12: Construction of QuadrilateralsCh 15:Statistics and ProbabilityREVISION FOR ANNUAL EXAMINATIONFEBRUARY-----REVISION FOR ANNUAL EXAMINATIONN B:- Pre Mid & Post Mid Term Tests Are Of 20 MarksWeightage to form questionsMID TERM/PRE ANNUAL/ ANNUAL EXAMINATION : 2020 - 21CLASS-VIIISL.NO12SUBJECT:-MATHSTypes of questionsNo of questionsMarksTIME : 3:00 HrsMaximum Marks-80VSA(1)SA - II(2)SA - I(3)LA(4)TOTAL2020612824624408025

DELETED CHAPTERS FOR ACADEMIC SESSION, 2020-21 (MATHEMATICS)CHAPTER-5 (PROFIT, LOSS AND DISCOUNT, CHAPTER -6 (COMPOUND INTEREST,CHAPTER-16 (ROTATIONAL SYMMETRYBLUE PRINT OF QUESTION PAPERSPRE MID - TERM PERIODIC TEST : 2020 - 21CLASS-VIIISL.NO1234SUBJECT:-MATHSNAME OF THE TOPICCh-1: Square and Square roots.Ch-2 : Cube and Cube rootsCh-4 : Direct and Inverse variationCh-10: Parallel linesTOTALTIME :40mnsVSASA - II(1)(2)211 11112 2 41 6 6MaximumMarks-20SA - ILATOTAL(3)(4)15471143 2 64 1 4(20)MID - TERM PERIODIC TEST : 2020 - 21CLASS-VIIISL.NO1234567SUBJECT:-MATHSNAME OF THE TOPICCh-1: Square and Square roots.Ch-2 : Cube and Cube rootsCh-4 : Direct and Inverse variationCh-7: Algebraic IdentitiesCh-10: Parallel LinesCh-13:Introduction to GraphsCh-14:MensurationTOTALTIME :3:00HrsVSASA - II(1)(2)21*3311*43111412 6 121 20 20* stands for questions with alternate choice26MaximumMarks-80SA - ILATOTAL(3)(4)15(11)115(10)11 117(15)1*17(13)1*16(12)13(6)11*7(13)3 8 244 6 2440(80)

POST MID - TERM PERIODIC TEST : 2020 - 21CLASS-VIIISL.NOSUBJECT:-MATHSNAME OF THE TOPIC1Ch-3:Exponents and Radicals234Ch-9: Linear EquationCh-11: Understanding quadrilateralsCh- 8 : PolynomialsTOTALTIME : 40 minsVSASA - II(1)(2)1111 121 6 62712 2 4MaximumMarks-20SA - ILATOTAL(3)(4)3113 2 614 1 4755(20)

LEARNING OUTCOMES .Subjct:- MathematicsSL CLASS Name of textNobook1VIII SecondaryMathematicsClass-VIIIPublication:DAV CollegeManagingCommittee2VIII SecondaryMathematicsClass-VIIIPublication:DAV CollegeManagingCommittee3VIII SecondaryMathematicsClass-VIIIPublication:DAV CollegeManagingCommittee4VIII SecondaryMathematicsClass-VIIIPublication:DAV CollegeManagingCommittee5VIII SecondaryMathematicsClass-VIIIPublication:DAV CollegeManagingCommittee6VIII SecondaryMathematicsClass-VIIIPublication:DAV CollegeManagingCommitteeChapter/LessonLearning OutcomesSquares and squareroots1. Define square numbers and it’s properties.2.Find square and square root using different methods.3. Find perfect squares.4. Find non perfect squares between perfect squares.5. Find Pythagorean triplets.6. Find square roots by estimation method.Cubes and Cuberoots1. Define what cube and cube roots are.2. Find perfect cubes.3. Find non perfect cubes from unit place digit.4. Find cube roots by prime factorization andestimation method.5. Solve the problem sums concerning cube roots.Exponents andradicals1. Use exponents to express numbers in standard form.2. Compare very small and large numbers.3. Operate negative exponents.4. Write exponents with positive power.5. Perform numerical skills like simplifications usinglaws and develop critical thinking and collaboration inthe process.1. Verifies problems on direct variation.2. Manage the calculation on direct variation.3. Verifies problem on inverse variation.4. Manage the calculation on inverse variation.5. Knowledge of relation between speed, distance andtime.Direct and InversevariationProfit , loss andDiscount1. Concepts of profit, loss and discount.2. Find profit or loss from given data.3. Calculation of profit% and loss%.4. Finding of discount.5. Calculation of discount%.6. Selection of formula.Compound Interest1. Knowledge of simple interest.2.Difference between SI and CI3. Calculation of CI without formula.4. Calculation of CI using formula.5. Meaning of conversion period.6. Selection of formula.28 p

SUB - ENGLISH BOOK PRESCRIBED: 1. Class VIII English Literature Book (DAV CMC Publications) 2. Class VIII English Practice Book (DAV CMC Publications) 3. Class VIII MY English Reader Book (DAV CMC Publications) SPLIT UP SYLLABUS FOR MONTH CHAPTERS / TOPIC TO BE TAUGHT ANNUAL EXAMINATION MI