Split-up of Syllabus for Class 7
MATHEMATICS
S.No. | Chapter Name | Periods | Month | Learning Outcomes | Suggested Activities | Resources | Assessement |
1 | Integers
CCT
| 13+2 (CCT) | April/ May/ June
| ● Understanding and use of Properties of Addition and subtraction of integers. ● Understanding and use of Multiplication of two integers with same and opposite signs. ● Understanding and use of Properties of Addition and subtraction of integers. Understanding and use of Multiplication of two integers with same and opposite signs | 1.Multiplication of integers – repeated addition and subtraction. 2. Addition and Subtraction of integers on the number line
3.Associative property on the number line.
4.Profit and loss game acting student as shopkeeper. | E- resources: Integers https://diksha.g ov.in/play/coll ection/do_3131 034751181619 %3Dmobile%2 6utm_campaig n%3Dshare_co ntent&contentI d=do_3130394 135166648321
| Oral test/Discussion Group/individual task Brain Storming session Online poll/quiz on Google form |
2 | Fractional Action and Decimal
CCT | 11+2 (CCT) | April/ May/ June
| Understanding of the basic concept of adding and subtracting the fractions. Understanding and use of Multiplication and Division of fractions. Understanding and use of Addition and subtraction of Decimals. Understanding and use of Multiplication of decimals. Understanding and use of Division of decimals and solving word problems related to the topic Fractions and Decimals. | 1.Complete magic square by using fractional numbers. 2.Complete magic square by using decimal numbers. 3. Shade the figures showing equivalent fraction. 4. Represent decimal numbers using Grid(10X10) and on a number line. | E-resources: Fractions and Decimals
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| Oral test Discussion Group/individual task Explanation Online poll/quiz on Google form |
3 | Data Handling
CCT | 8+1 (CCT) | July | Ability to organize and present data in tabular form. Ability to calculate the arithmetic mean to know the spread of the data. Calculate the mode of the data. To be able to calculate the median of the data to find the observation that lies in the middle of the data. Representing data pictorially to interpret data using the bar graph. Use of Bar Graph in daily life scenarios | 1.Interpretation of data to find mean, mode and median. 2. Read the given Bar Graph. 3. Draw a double bar 4. a graph to represent given data. (Example periodic I and Periodic II Marks of a previous class. ) 5. To find probability using one coin, two coins, dice etc. | E-resources: Data Handling
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| Oral test Discussion Group/individual task Explanation Online poll/quiz on Google form |
4 | Simple Equations
CCT | 10+2 (CCT) | July | Use numbers and variables with different operations to set up an equation. Convert the given equation in words and statement form. Use a tree diagram to show the terms and factors of given equations. Ability to solve an equation by different methods. Construct simple equations to solve them for the given contextual problem. | 1.To set a simple equation, solve the simple equation and word problem.
2. To solve the equation by trial-and-error methods.
3. Prepare a simple equation of a given situation and solve it. 4. Draw a tree diagram to show terms and factors of given equations | E- resources: Simple Equation https://diksha.g ov.in/play/coll ection/do_3131 034751181619 %3Dmobile%2 6utm_campaig n%3Dshare_co ntent&contentI d=do_3130788 533827338241
| Oral test Discussion Group/individual task Explanation Online poll/quiz on Google form |
PERIODIC TEST-1 IN THE FIRST FORTNIGHT OF AUGUST
5 |
Lines and Angles CCT |
10+2
(CCT) |
August |
To be able to recall the concept of line, line segment and angles to identify them in the given figure. To be able to examine different angles to identify complementary angles, supplementary angles, adjacent angles, pair of adjacent angles, linear pair of angles, vertically opposite angles. To be able to identify, distinguish between parallel lines and intersecting lines, transversal lines and angle made by them, properties of angles made by a transversal of parallel lines to determine the measure of unknown angles. |
1. Properties of pair of corresponding angles by activity methods. 2. Properties of pair of alternate interior angles by activity methods. 3. Properties of pair of consecutive interior angles on the same side of transversal. |
E- resources: Lines and Angles https://diksha.g ov.in/play/cont ent/do_313139 685024628736 =utm_source% 3Dmobile%26 utm_campaign
E Resources: YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. |
Oral test Discussion Group/individual task Explanation Online poll/quiz on Google form |
6 |
The Triangles and Their Properties CCT |
6+2 (CCT) |
August |
To be able to compare and classify different triangles and to be able to recall the parts of the triangle. To be able to explain the median of a triangle and measure it. To be able to find and explain the altitude of a triangle. To be able to apply the exterior angle property of a triangle to find the measure of an unknown angle. To be able to apply the angle sum property of a triangle. To be able to identify, draw different parts of equilateral triangles and isosceles triangles. Able to differentiate between Median and Altitude of a Triangle |
1.Types of triangles on the basis of sides and angles.
2. Angle sum property of triangle.
3. Exterior Angle property of triangle 4. Draw different triangles to show that the sum of two sides of a triangle is always greater than the third side. |
E Resources: YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. |
Activity
Oral test
Quiz
GeoGebra activities
Projects |
7 | Congruence of Triangles
CCT | 6+1
(CCT) | September | To be able to superpose different lengths Compare and superpose different angles to understand and find congruent angles. Uses different ideas by observing the triangle to identify congruent triangles. Applies the congruence criteria (SSS, SAS, ASA, and RHS) to explain the congruency of triangles. | 1. Activity to show SSS congruence rule. 2. Activity to show SAS congruence rule. 3. Activity to show ASA congruence rule. | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz GeoGebra activities worksheets paper activity |
8 | Comparing Quantitative
CCT | 6+1 (CCT) | September | Ability to compare quantities and to find ratios. Converts ratios into like fractions and compare them to find and identify equivalent ratios. Ability to represent equal ratios in proportion to find missing terms. Convert denominators of fractions into 100 to represent them in %. Converts % to fractions of decimals to solve real-life problems. Ability to interpret the percentage given in a statement. Converts percentage into the number. Converts ratios to % to solve problems based on real life. Knowledge of basic concepts like Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Profit and Loss to solve day to day life Problems. Applies an algorithm to calculate % to calculate profits, loss, and rate of interest in simple interest calculation. | 1.Activity-based on Calculation of Simple interest.
2.Activity-based on increased and decreased percentage.
3. Activity-based on profit and loss. 4. Write your marks of PT I and PT II of the previous class and calculate the increased or decreased percentage in each case. | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz worksheets textual questions |
9 | Rational Numbers
CCT | 8+ 2 | October | 1. Defining rational numbers. 2. Represents integers in the form of numerator/denominator where the denominator is non-zero. 3. Ability to find equivalent rational numbers. Constructs a number line to represent rational numbers on it. 4. Simplifies rational numbers such that there is no common factor between numerator and denominator to represent the rational number in standard form. 5. Determines the distance of a rational number from 0 to compare them. 6. Calculates and finds rational numbers between any 2 rational numbers to infer that there are infinite rational numbers between any 2 given rational numbers. | 1.Understanding positive and negative rational numbers.
2.To compare two rational number using number line.
3. Representation of rational numbers on the number line 4.. Represent various rational numbers in their simplest form | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz Worksheets Texual Questions |
10 | Practical Geometry
CCT | 8+2 (CCT) | November | Recalls basic ideas of geometry and geometric tools. List and execute steps to construct a triangle given the measure of its three sides. List and execute steps to construct a triangle when any of its two lengths and an angle between them is given. List and execute steps to construct a triangle when any of its two angles and the side included between them is given. | 1.Construction of parallel lines using compass. 2. Construction of Triangle-based on SSS, SAS and ASA criterion. | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz GeoGebra activities worksheets Assignments Activity on DIKSHA |
11 | Perimeter Ans Area
CCT | 15+2 (CCT) | November | Understands and describes the area and perimeter of a plane figure like square and rectangle. Ability to use square grid sheets to find the perimeter and area square and rectangles. Ability to develop and apply a formula to determine the area of a triangle is half of the area of a rectangle. Recalls the concept of congruent figures to generalize the area of congruent parts of rectangles. Uses unit square grid sheets to find the perimeter and estimate the area of the parallelogram. Develop and apply a formula to determine the area of the parallelogram. Compare the area of a triangle and its corresponding parallelogram. Use direct or indirect measurements to describe the relationships among radius, diameter, and circumference of circles. Investigate different circumferences of the circle and compare them with their respective diameter to relate circumference to Pi. Develop and apply the formula to find the area of a circle and semicircle. | 1.To find the area of handspan. 2. To find the area and perimeter of the tabletop, frame, blackboard etc. 3. To find the formula of Area and Parallelogram by activity method. 3. Take a 1-meter thread to form a square and Rectangle. 4. Find the Area and Perimeter of random shapes around you. 5. To verify the formula for the area of the circle. | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz GeoGebra activities worksheets Assignments Activity on DIKSHA |
12 | Algebraic Expression CCT | 11+2 (CCT) | December | Describes algebraic expressions and knows the difference between algebraic and arithmetic expressions. ● Can identify the terms of algebraic expressions. Can identify the constant and variable terms. Can identify the numerical coefficient of the given variable. Observes the given algebraic expressions to classify the like terms and unlike terms. Examine the given algebraic expressions to classify them as monomial, binomial, trinomial and polynomial. Ability to combine like terms to simplify the given algebraic expression, add or subtract them. Uses the given value of the variable to evaluate the algebraic expression. Applies algebraic properties to add/subtract two algebraic expressions. | 1.To add algebraically expression using like a term.
2. Activity on the factor tree.
3.To subtract algebraically expression using like terms.
4. Make a pattern using Match sticks | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity: Oral test Quiz GeoGebra activities worksheets Assignments Activity on DIKSHA |
PERIODIC TEST-II IN THE SECOND FORTNIGHT OF JANUARY
13 | Exponents and Powers
CCT | 7+2 (CCT) | January | Examine the exponential form of the given number to identify its base and exponent. Examine the numbers given in the exponential form to compare and represent them in order. Find prime factors of numbers to express them as the product of powers of prime factors. Apply laws of exponents to simplify a given expression. Applies properties of exponential numbers to simplify problems involving multiplication and division of large numbers. | 1.To find the values of exponential expression.
2. To verify laws of exponents, 3. Activity to express one light- year in scientific notation. | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz GeoGebra activities worksheets Assignments Activity on DIKSHA |
14 | Symmetary
CCT | 7+2 (CCT) | January | Ability to describe symmetrical figures for example. Determines lines of symmetry for the given figures to classify them based on no. of lines of symmetry. Ability to examine regular polygons to determine their lines of symmetry Ability to complete the mirror reflection of the given figure(s) along the mirror line (i.e. the line of symmetry) to identify the figure. | 1. Write English alphabets having vertical, horizontal, both and no line of symmetry. 2. Mirror image of AMBULANCE and other words. 3. To demonstrate a rectangular figure having rotational symmetry of order 2. 4. Make an album containing different Symmetrical Objects. | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz Geogebra activities worksheets Assignments Activity on DIKSHA Google form |
15 | Visualizing Solid Shapes
CCT | 10+2 (CCT) | February | Ability to describe plane figures and to differentiate between plane figures and solid shapes Can examine different solid shapes to identify and count their number of faces, edges and vertices Builds nets of 3D shapes to understand their properties Can examine solid figures from different angles to view different sections of solids | 1. Make a cube using a net diagram. 2. Make a mesh of dice. 3. Make a cylinder, pyramid using the net diagram. 4. Activity-based on the horizontal cross-section by using different objects/vegetables. | E Resources:
YouTube, Diksha App, NCERT Exempler, KVS Blog. | Activity Oral test Quiz Geogebra activities
worksheets Assignments Activity on DIKSHA Google form |
Revision
CCT | 15 | February |
SESSION ENDING EXAMINATION IN THE SECOND WEEK OF MARCH
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This was beautiful Admin. Thank you for your reflections.