a. There will be Periodic Assessment that would include:
• Three periodic tests will be conducted by the school in the entire session. The average of the two periodic tests/marks of the best periodic Tests conducted in the Term is to be taken into consideration.
• Diverse methods of assessment as per the need of the class dynamics and curriculum transaction. These may include – short tests, oral test, quiz, concept maps, projects, posters, presentations, enquiry based scientific investigations etc.
b. Subject Enrichment in the form of Practical/Laboratory work should be done throughout the year and the student should maintain record of the same. Practical Assessment should be continuous. All practicals listed in the syllabus must be completed. c. Portfolio to be prepared by the student- This would include class work and other sample of student work.
Course Structure for CBSE Class 10 Science Term II (2021-2022):
|I||Chemical Substances-Nature and Behaviour: Chapters 4 and 5||10|
|II||World of Living: Chapters 8 and 9||13|
|IV||Effects of Current: Chapter 12 and 13||12|
|V||Natural Resources: Chapter 15||05|
Here is the CBSE Class 10th Science Syllabus. It covers Term 2 of the Academic Session 2021-2022. You can download the reduced syllabus to study term 2 according the course structure.
Here is the CBSE Class 10 Science Term II Syllabus. It covers academic session 2021-2022. This syllabus is the revised and simplified version that will apply to the new assessment system. This will give you information about the names and weights of units that will be covered in term 2. The Class 10 Science Term 2 Syllabus includes the list of practical exercises and internal assessment components for term 2. The CBSE Class 10 Science Exam 2 2021-2022 Examination Scheme will be explained to you.
1. The Theory Examinations (Term II+II) total will be 80 marks. 20 marks weightage will be used for Internal Assessment (Term II+II).
2. Internal Assessment – Maximum Marks 10, for each Term
Unit 1: Chemical Substances – Nature and Behavior
Chapter 4 Carbon and its Compounds
Carbon compounds: Covalent bonding in carbon compounds. The versatility of carbon. Homologous series.
Chapter 5 Periodic classification
Periodic classification of element:Need to classify, early attempts at classifying elements (Dobereiner’s Triads and Newland’s Law of Octaves), Mendeleev’s Periodic Table), Modern periodic Table, gradation of properties, atomic numbers, non-metallic and metallic properties.
Theme : The World of the Living
Unit II – World of Living
Chapter – 8 How do organisms reproduce?
reproduction: Reproduction of animals and plants (asexual or sexual) Reproductive health-needs and methods for family planning. Safe sex vs HIV/AIDS. Child bearing and women’s well-being.
Chapter 9 Heredity, Evolution
Heredity Heredity. Mendel’s contribution – Laws for inheriting traits: Sex determination. A brief introduction
Theme – Natural Phenomena
Unit IV – Effects of the Current
Chapter – 12 Electricity
Ohm’s law, Resistance, Resistivity, Factors that determine the conductor’s resistance. The use of series combination, parallel combination and applications of resistors in everyday life. The heating effect of electric current and its application in everyday life. Electric power, Interrelation of P, V. I, and R.
Chapter 13 – Magnetic effects of current
Magnetic effects due to current: Field lines, magnetic field, field due a current carrying conductor or solenoid, force on current carrying conductor. Fleming’s left hand rule, Electric Motor, Electromagnetic Induction. Induced potential, Induced current. Fleming’s Right Hand Rule.
Theme – Natural Resources
Unit V – Natural Resources
Chapter – 15 Our Environment
Our environment: Ecosystem, Environment problems, Ozone depletion and solutions. Both biodegradable and not-biodegradable materials.
ONLY TO INTERNAL ASESSMENT
Notice: Learners are required to read Unit V. Students can also be encouraged to write a short summary of any concept in their Portfolio. This may be an assessment for Internal Assessment and credit may be given (Periodic assessment/Portfolio). This section of the Unit will not be evaluated in the year-end exam.
Chapter 16 Management of natural resource: Conservation of and wise use of natural ressources. Conservation of forest and wild life; Coal and Petroleum. Here are some examples of people participating in conservation of natural resources. Big dams: benefits and limitations, as well as possible alternatives. Water harvesting. Sustainability of natural resources
Practical should be done alongside the theory classes.
1. Analyzing the dependence of the potential difference (V), across a resistor, on the current (I) passing though it and determining its resistance. A graph between V. Unit IV: (Chapter-12).
2. Prepared slides are used to study (a) binary fission at Amoeba and (b) budding at Hydra and yeast with the aid of prepared slides. Unit II: (Chapter-8
Class X Science (086) Assessment Areas. (Theory). 2021-22
Maximum Marks: 80
|Demonstrate Knowledge & Understanding||46%|
|Application Of Knowledge/Concepts||22%|
|Evaluate, Analyze and Create||32%|
* An internal choice would be made
* Internal Assessment – Term II (10 marks each)
|Periodic Assessment – 03 Marks|
|Multiple Assessment – 02 marks|
|Subject Enrichment (Practical Work) – 03 marks|
|Portfolio – 02 marks|
* Science-Text book for class Class X – NCERT Publication
* Assessment of Practical Skills for Science- Class X – CBSE Publication
* Laboratory Manual-Science – Class X, NCERT Publication
* Exemplar Problems ClassX – NCERT Publication