CLASS 9 – FA3 – S.S & MATHS INTEGRATED PROJECT

  • Task: Prepare a file project on the topics given
  • Learning Objectives: To enable learners:
  • Think out of the box
  • Collaborative work
  • Apply theoratical knowledge into practical usage
  • Have clear understanding of output to be generated
  • Demonstrates and understanding of correlation with real life situation
  • Plans and adheres to time line
  • Task Type:Group Activity
  • Multiple Intelligences in the task presentation: Verbal linguistic, Visual, Kinesthetic
  • Skills Developed: Oral, Written, Time Management
  • Level of Thinking in Revised Bloom’s Taxanomy: Creativity
  • Time: 1 month

This project will be graded for the following:

Scholastics-

  • Social Science
  • Maths

Co-Scholastics –

Thinking Skills (2A)

Knows the way of dealing people, events and things

Recognizes and analysis a problem

Collects relevant information from reliable sources

Demonstrates fluency in ideas

Is open to modification and flexibility in thinking

 Social Skills (2A)

  • Helps classmates in case of difficulties
  • Seeks feedback from teachers and peers for self improvement
  • Sees and appreciate others point of view
  • Explains and articulates a concept differently so that others can understand in simple language
  • Demonstrates leadership skills

Emotional Skills (2A)

  • Has self-confidence and thinks I can 

                        Attitude towards school programme and Environment

  • Is sensitive and concern about Environmental degradation

                        Scientific Skills

  • Makes use of technology in making projects and models

                        Organisation and leadership skills

  • Demonstrates ability to work in teams
  • Exhibits collaboration and coordination skills while executing the task

 

     SOCIAL STUDIES

Choose any one Pastoral Community of India. Research and find the details on the    following.

  • Location
  • Life styles and Cultures
  • Animals they deal with
  • Trade and Commerce
  • Alternative Occupation
  • Locate Pastoral Communities of India on Political Map of India

 

MATHS


  • Population graphs
 of the Pastoral Communities of India
  • Endangered status of the animal (Chosen by you)
  • Comparative studies
 of Animal (Past to Present with reasons) (Increase or Decrease)
  • Prepare two Story problems
 on area covered for farming and non-farming activities.
  • Prepare linear equations based on the story problem.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Dear Students,

  • This project is compulsory and its evaluation will be part of your grade for FA -3
    • Project must be supported with newspaper clipping, collage work, Internet material, magazine articles and photographs. Etc.
  • Refer to the rubric given below for preparing your project.

 

A

 

 

 

 

·      Content is complete, accurate and relevant

·      Content is written in the student’s own words not copy-pasted from the source and presentation is neat

·      Time management is seen throughout the preparation and submission stages

Grade

 

B  

·      Content is complete, accurate and relevant

·      Content is written in the student’s own words not copy-pasted from the source and presentation is neat

·      Diagrams / graphs / flow-charts / other illustrations are clearly drawn or neatly pasted and labeled in BLOCKS

·      Time management is not seen throughout the preparation and submission stages

C  

·      Content is complete, accurate and relevant

·      Content is written in the student’s own words not copy-pasted from the source and presentation is neat

·      Diagrams / graphs / flow-charts / other illustrations are not clearly drawn or not neatly pasted and labeled in BLOCKS

·      Time management is not seen throughout the preparation and submission stages

D ·      Content is complete, accurate and relevant

·      Content is written in the student’s own words but some parts are copy-pasted from the source and presentation is neat

·      Diagrams / graphs / flow-charts / other illustrations are not clearly drawn or not neatly pasted and labeled in BLOCKS

·      Time management is not seen throughout the preparation and submission stages

E ·      Content is not complete, accurate and relevant

·      Content is written in the student’s own words but some parts are copy-pasted from the source and presentation is neat

·      Diagrams / graphs / flow-charts / other illustrations are not clearly drawn or not neatly pasted and labeled in BLOCKS

·      Time management is not seen throughout the preparation and submission stages

 

A. ALLOCATIONS OF MARKS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE
Total Marks will be allocated over the different aspects in the following manner:

 

S. NO. ASPECTS (Marks)
1. Content accuracy 10
2. Visuals i.e photographs / drawing etc. 5
3. Neatness, Presentation and layout 5
4. Oral Presentation and Viva 10
Total marks for internal evaluation 30

 

 

 

A. ALLOCATIONS OF MARKS FOR MATHS
Total Marks will be allocated over the different aspects in the following manner:

 

S. NO. ASPECTS (Marks)
1. Content Analysis and Accuracy 8
2. Calculations and Observations 8
3. Neatness, Presentation and layout 4
4. Oral Presentation and Viva 10
Total marks for internal evaluation 30

 

   SUBMISSION – 4 NOVEMBER 2015

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