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  • HUMANITIES GRADE 7 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    NO. OF SESSIONS

    GRADE 7 (HUMANITIES)

    ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVE (based on Assessment Criteria)

    LEARNER PROFILE/ ATTITUDES

    ATL SKILLS/ SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

    INTERDISCIPLINARY

    30 TOPIC- When , Where and How AOI- Human Ingenuity, Environment SIGNIFICANT CONCEPTS- All sources whether indigenous or foreign help us to gain knowledge about India. CONTENT : 1.History is the story of the people who lived in the past. It is divided into –Pre-history and History. Sources – 1.Literary Sources 2. Calligraphy 3.Translation 4. Religious sources 5. Oral Tradition 6.Archives 7.Coins. 8. A small project on The ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA. 9. Preservation of Archaeological finds/evidences for future generations. MYP UNIT QUESTION –

    TOPIC- New Kings and Kingdoms AOI- Human Ingenuity SIGNIFICANT CONCEPTS- The rise and fall of different kingdoms in India .

    CRITERION A Knowing and understanding CRITERION B Investigating CRITERION C Thinking critically CRITERION D Communicating

    Students should be able to- (CRITERION A) • use humanities terminology in context • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of subject- specific content and concepts through developed descriptions, explanations and examples. (CRITERION B) • formulate a clear and focused research question • formulate and follow an action plan to investigate a research question

    LEARNER PROFILE Knowledgeable Communicator Thinker Open mindedness Reflective Caring Risk taker Inquirer Principled ATTITUDE- Appreciation Commitment Confidence Creativity Curiosity Empathy Enthusiasm Integrity Interdependence Respect Tolerance

    FOCUS ON: Information Literacy Communication Reflection Thinking SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS Analytical Skills

    Application – based skills

    Knowledge-based skills

    Investigative Skills Technical Skills

    Language A (English) Geography Civics

    Language A-English Language A-English

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    CONTENT 1.Rajputs and their origin 2. The Pratiharas 3. The Palas 4. The Rashtrakutas 5. The Cholas 5.Invasion by Mughal rulers as Indian Kings were never united 6. Mahmud of Ghaznavi 7.Md.Ghori 8. Some Great Military Generals of Ancient India - a project. MYP UNIT QUESTION- What (favourable) conditions in India led to foreign invasions?

    TOPIC- The Delhi Sultanate AOI- Human Ingenuity SIGNIFICANT CONCEPTS- The emergence of the Delhi Sultanate marked the fate of Indian History. CONTENT 1- Slave Dynasty 2. Tula Dynasty 3. Chili Dynasty 4.Sayyid Dynasty 5. Lodi Dynasty. 6.A ppt on SLAVE DYNASTY as project work. MYP UNIT QUESTION- What are the contributions of Delhi Sultanate to Indian

    • use methods accurately to collect and record information consistent with the research question • effectively address the research question. (CRITERION C) • analyse concepts, events, issues, models and arguments • analyse and evaluate a range of sources in terms of origin and purpose, recognizing values and limitations • interpret different perspectives and their implications • synthesize information in order to make

  • HUMANITIES GRADE 7 Navrachana International School, Vadodara (2013-2014)

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    Culture with special reference to Art and Architecture?

    valid, well- supported arguments. (CRITERION D) • communicate information and ideas using an appropriate style for the audience and purpose • structure information and ideas in a way that is appropriate to the specified format • document sources of information using a recognized convention.

    NO. OF SESSIONS

    GRADE 7 (HUMANITIES)

    ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVE (based on Assessment Criteria)

    LEARNER PROFILE/ ATTITUDES

    ATL SKILLS/ SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

    INTERDISCIPLINARY

    25 TOPIC- Our Environment ( Geography ) AOI- Environment. Significant concept- The activity of man determines the stability of his environment. CONTENT : 1- Components of the

    CRITERION A Knowing and understanding CRITERION B Investigating CRITERION C

    Students should be able to- (CRITERION A) • use humanities terminology in context

    LEARNER PROFILE Knowledgeable Communicator Thinker Inquirer Reflective Principled

    Focus on: Information Literacy Communication Reflection Thinking

    SUBJECT SPECIFIC

    Physics History and Physics

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    Environment 2.The Biosphere 3.Interaction between the biotic and abiotic elements 4. Environment and human beings – 5.The Physical environment 6.Biotic environment 7.Social or cultural environment MYP UNIT QUESTION - What are the different types of environment present on Earth ? TOPIC : Land - Rocks and Mineral ( Geography ) AOI - Environment Significant Concept : The Earth is made up of three layers - Crust, Mantle and Core CONTENT: 1.Crust 2. Mantle 3. Core 4. Materials of the Earth’s Crust 5. Types of Rocks MYP UNIT QUESTION: Explain Petrology.

    TOPIC : The Story of Democracy AOI : Human Ingenuity, Community and Service Significant Concept : Democracy is the

    Thinking critically CRITERION D Communicating

    • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of subject- specific content and concepts through developed descriptions, explanations and examples. (CRITERION B) • formulate a clear and focused research question • formulate and follow an action plan to investigate a research question • use methods accurately to collect and record information consistent with the research question • effectively address the research

    ATTITUDE- Appreciation Commitment Confidence Creativity Curiosity Empathy Enthusiasm Integrity Interdependence Respect Tolerance

    SKILLS Analytical Skills

    Application – based skills

    Knowledge-based skills

    Investigative Skills

    Science-Physics Language-A English

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    Government of the People, by the People and For the People. CONTENT- 1. The Greek Period (Greece –a crucible of Democracy) 2. The Medieval Period 3. The Renaissance 4.The French Revolution 5. The 19th Century Democracy 6.The 20th Century Democracy 7. Parliamentary and Presidential Democracy- a project.

    MYP UNIT QUESTION : What are the advantage/disadvantages of a Democratic SetUp?

    question. (CRITERION C) • analyse concepts, events, issues, models and arguments • analyse and evaluate a range of sources in terms of origin and purpose, recognizing values and limitations • interpret different perspectives and their implications • synthesize information in order to make valid, well- supported arguments. (CRITERION D) • communicate information and ideas using an appropriate style for the audience and

  • HUMANITIES GRADE 7 Navrachana International School, Vad

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