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ENGLISH
Class - VI
April
English Reader

Lesson 1- The Golden Touch


Lesson 2- Brave SunderLal
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

Night
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

The Sentence
Nouns (Number, Gender)
Pronouns

Composition- Letter/Application
Leave application to attend Marriage
Paragraph

My Mother
My School
My Best Friend

Story

The Lion and the Mouse


The Fox and the Grapes

May
English Reader

Lesson 3- The Bangle Seller


Lesson 4- A story from Bapu's life
Lesson 5- The Wooden Sticks
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

My Shadow
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Adjectives
Verbs
Adverbs
10

Composition- Letter/Application

A letter to Mother

Reply from Mother to Manish


Paragraph

My Pet

Story

Revision of stories done in month of April

June

Written work and learning of the full syllabus done in April and May.

July
English Reader

Grammar

Lesson 6- The Three Fish


Lesson 7- Sajjan, The Robber
Lesson 8- Letters from A Father to His Daughter
(Related exercises from the workbook)
Tenses

Composition- Letter/Application

Application for sick leave

Application to class teacher asking her to excuse you for not having done the
assignment given by her
Paragraph

My House
My Teacher

Story

The Thirsty Crow

August
English Reader

Lesson 9 - The Clever Brother


Lesson 10- From Walking to Flying
Lesson 11- The Kabuliwallah
Lesson 12- Games For Fun
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

The Blind Beggar


(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Prepositions
Conjuctions
Articles
11

Composition- Letter/Application

A letter to friend telling him about your visit to a Baisakhi Mela

A Letter to your friend describing your school


Paragraph

The Postman
A Horse

Story

The Hungry Dog

September
English Reader

Lesson 13- The Gift


Lesson 14- Panna- The Faithful Nurse
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

The Clock
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Punctuation

Composition- Letter/Application
A letter to uncle describing him your visit to Golden Temple.
Paragraph

My Bicycle
(Revision for September half yearly exams)

October
English Reader

Lesson 15- The City Clock


Lesson 16- Eklavya
Lesson 17- Fire! Fire!
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

Leisure
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Occupations
Young Ones
Homes of People/Things/Animals

Composition- Letter/Application

Write an application to the librarian informing her that you have lost library book
and requesting for fine exemption

A letter to your cousin describing how you celebrate Lohri


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Paragraph

My Favourite Festival

Story

The Hare and the Tortoise

November
English Reader

Lesson 18- Shravan Kumar


Lesson 19- The Young Hero
Lesson 20- Conversation
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

Who Has Seen The Wind


(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Synonyms
Antonyms
Homonyms

Composition- Letter/Application
Write an application to your teacher for change of seat
A letter to your father asking for money.
Paragraph

A Clock

Story

The Cap Seller & the Monkeys

December

Revision of Full Syllabus and House Test

January

Revision for Annual Examination & Preboard.

February

Revision for Annual Examination & Preboard

March

Annual Examination

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B@AA-AB
ENGLISH
Class - VII
APRIL:
English Reader

Lesson 1- How the Camel Got Its Hump


Lesson 2- The Selfish Giant
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

My Shadow
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

The Noun
Noun: Number
Noun: Gender

Composition- Letter/Application

You have joined a boarding school in Shimla. Write a letter to your mother telling
her your experience.

Write a letter to your friend describing your visit to your grandparents.


Paragraph

My Best Friend
Baisakhi

Story

The Sun and the Wind

May
English Reader

Lesson 3- Deserts
Lesson 4- Reaching For the Stars
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

The Fox and the Grapes


(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Nouns-Countable and Uncountable


Nouns - Possessive Case

Composition- Letter/Application
Write a letter to your friend inviting him to your birthday party.

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Paragraph

A Day in the Bed


My Favourite Television Programme
A Day without Mother

Notice

Enroll for free Yoga classes.

Return of Library books which were issued to you.

Telegram

Manish sends a telegram to his brother Mohit informing him about his arrival in
Delhi.

June

Written work and learning of the full syllabus done in April and May

July
English Reader

Lesson 5- Birbal Hits Back


Lesson 6- Kindness always Pays
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

The Ice Cream Man


(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Verbs- Main and Helping Verbs


Kinds of Verbs
Agreement of the Verb with its Subject

Composition- Letter/Application

You are hosteller in Arya High School, Nawanshar. Write a letter to your mother
telling her about your daily routine.
Your brother/sister is the captain of his/her school's Hockey team. The school
lost the match and could not qualify for the zonals. He/she is sad about it. Write
a letter encouraging him/her giving some advice.
Write a letter to friend about visit to Amritsar during vacation.

Paragraph

The Story Book I Enjoyed Reading the Most.


A Visit to a Historical Building.

Story

The Hidden Treasure


(Revision of Test Paper 1 of Grammar Book)

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August
English Reader

Lesson 7 - Let's Meet Them


Lesson 8- A Clean Confession
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

The Master Plan


(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Active and Passive Voice


The Sentence
Punctuation

Composition- Letter/Application
Write a letter to your favourite sports person telling him/her why you admire
him/her.
Write a letter to your uncle telling him about what you did after noticing a snake.
Paragraph

A School Picnic
A Market near My House

Story

Exercise No. 1 (Donkey and his Clever Master)


Three friends
(Revision test Paper 1 of English Reader)

September
Grammar

Pronoun
Adjectives
Adverb
Preposition

Composition- Letter/Application

A letter to your friend who has just lost her/his pet dog.

A letter to your cousin in U.S.A. telling him/her about your own school.

Imagine you are Baldev Oberoi. You are a student of Govt. High School, Ropar.
Your father has been transferred to Sangrur. Write an application to headmaster
of your school, requesting him to send you the school leaving certificate.

Suppose you are Harjit Singh. You are a student of class X at the Govt. High
School, Balachaur. Write an application to the Headmaster to grant you leave for
four days because you are ill.
Notice

You are Kulvir Singh of class VIIth. You have lost your new water bottle. Write
the notice to be put up on the school notice board.
You are Sarpanch of your village. Write a notice inviting adults to donate blood at
the blood donation camp to be held at community centre.
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Telegram

You are the Human Resource Manager of Asian Travels. Your address is 36,
Amandeep Building, Connaught place, New Delhi 110001. Send a telegram to
Mr. Yogesh Sinha, 38, Ramnagar, Lucknow-18 asking him to appear for an
interview on march 8th, 200 for the post of Assistant Manager.
Send a telegram to your friend congratulating him on a recent television contest
that he has won.

October
English Reader

Lesson 9- The Child's Return 1


Lesson 10- The Child's Return 2
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

The Wind
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Conjunction
Tenses
Use of Article

Composition- Letter/Application

Complaint about defective television.

Complaint about defective Computer.

Official letter to the Secretary of Care India appreciating the Project

You are a student of Model School, Patiala. Write an application to the


Headmaster requesting him to grant you a full fee concession. Give reasons like
father's income, family conditions, academic and sports merit.
Paragraph

A Railway Journey
Diwali

Story

Exercise No. 2 (The Hare and the Tortoise)


Exercise No. 3 ( Robert Bruce and The Spider)

Telegram

You are visiting Shimla during your holidays. Send a telegram to Hotel Holiday
Home, 25, The Mall, Shimla-1, to book a single room for you for one week.
(Revision Paper 2 of Grammar book)

November
English Reader

Lesson 11- A letter from A Son to his mother


Lesson 12- The Olympic Games
(Related exercises from the workbook)

17

Grammar

Direct and indirect Speech


Interjection

Composition- Letter/Application

Write a letter to Health Officer of your city/town complaining about the conditions
in your locality.

A letter to your local cycle dealer placing an order

Paragraph

A Visit to the Golden Temple


An Accident Scene

Story

Exercise No. 4 (Wolf and the Shepherd)


Exercise No. 5 (Mongoose and the Baby)

Notice

Telegram

You have misplaced a library book 'Panchtantra Tales'. Write a notice that you
would like to put in the classroom.

You are the Sports Captain of your school. Write a notice to all participants to
submit their names mentioning the event in which they would like to take part.
Send a telegram to your uncle in Patiala informing him of your proposed visit to
his place.
Revision Paper 3 of Grammar Book
Revision Paper 2 from English Reader

December

Revision of full syllabus and House Test

January

Revision for Annual Examination & Preboard

February

Revision for Annual Examination & Preboard

March

Annual Examination

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B@AA-AB
ENGLISH
Class - VIII
APRIL
English Reader

Lesson 1- The Monkey and the Crocodile


Lesson 2- Abdul Hamid
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

True Growth
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

1. Parts of Speech
2. Noun
3. Pronoun

Composition- Letter/Application
1. Write an application to the principal of your school for leave for a day. (Solved
Example-1)
2. Imagine you are Minnie studying in X B at Govt. High School, Morinda. You
are ill. Write an application to your Headmaster requesting him to grant you
sick leave for four days only. (Practice Ex.-1)
3. Imagine you are Rahul. You live at 44, Raja Garden, Ludhiana. Write a letter
to your uncle requesting him to buy a new bicycle for you. (Practice ex.-7)
4. Suppose you are Gurpreet. You live at G-10, S.D. College Road, Barnala.
Your uncle has sent you a wrist watch on your birthday. Write a letter of
thanks to your uncle. (Solved Example-5)
Paragraph

A Picnic
School Library

Notice

Lost (Solved Example 1)

Telegram

1. Write a telegram informing your father about


your arrival. (Solved Example -1 and Practice Ex.-1)
2. Write a telegram to your friend inviting him on
your birthday. (Practice Ex.-2)

Newspaper Headline
1-4 (Solved)
-P.M Leaves for Moscow.
-Earthquake Rocks Village in H.P. Hundreds Killed.
-Hero Cycle Strike: Deadlock Continues.
-New Grades for School Teachers.

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Dialogue Writing 1. Suppose a friend of yours wants to know about your school library. The
answers are given below (in the book). Complete the dialogue by writing
questions your friend asked. (Practice Exercise -1)
2. Imagine that your father is ill. You went to the hospital and got late for school.
The headmaster asked you the reason for being late. (Solved Example- 1)

MAY
English Reader-

Lesson 3- Say 'No!'


Lesson 4- How Daddy Decided What He Wanted to Be.
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

Abou Ben Adhem


(Related exercises from the workbook)
Adjective
Verb

Grammar

Composition- Letter/Application
1. Application to the headmaster requesting him to exempt you from the payment
of school fees. (Solved Example-2)
2. Suppose you are Rajesh Sharma studying in IX A at Arya High School, Batala.
You are a poor student. You cannot pay your fees. Write an application to
your Headmaster requesting him to grant you full fee concession. (Practice
Ex.-2)
3. You are John. You live at 14, The Mall, Kapurthala. Write a letter to your
friend Sushil congratulating him on his standing first in the examination. (Practice
Ex.-13)
4. Imagine you are Harpal. You live at Hari Bhavan, Doraha, Ludhiana. Write a
letter to your friend congratulating him on his brilliant success in the Middle
School Examination.
(Solved Example-6)
Paragraph

A Journey by Train
A Cricket Match

Complete an Incomplete Paragraph


Solved Example 1 & Practice Ex.-1(To be
done by the teacher)
Notice
Telegram

Annual Sports Meet (Solved Example-2)


1. Inform a friend telegraphically that the marriage of your brother fixed for a
certain date has been cancelled. (Solved Example-2)
2. Write a telegram to your father asking him to send you some money. (Practice
Ex.-3, to be done by the teacher)

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Newspaper Headline 5-8 (Solved)


-Australia Beat India in the Opening Match.
- Terrorists Strike CRPF Camp in Jammu. Two Jawans Killed.
- Bullion Rises Further.
- Husband, In-laws Booked in Dowry Case.
Dialogue Writing -

JUNE

Imagine that you are a football player. Your team won a football match
yesterday. Your father wants to know about the match. Here is an imaginary
dialogue between you and your father. (Solved Example- 2)
Suppose a friend of yours comes to see you at your house. He wants to know
about your Science teacher. Complete the dialogue by writing questions your
friend asked. (Practice Ex.-3, to be solved by the teacher).
Homework, revision of written work and learning of full syllabus done in April
& May.

JULY
English Reader

Poem

Grammar

Lesson 5- Three Questions


Lesson 6- Our National Symbols
Lesson 7- A Robot Called Makito
(Related exercises from the workbook)
This is My Prayer to Thee
(Related exercises from the workbook)
The Determiners
The Sentence

Composition- Letter/Application
1. Suppose you are Salim, living at 7, Sant Nagar, Bathinda. Your younger brother
is always reading books, never playing games. Write a letter to him, advising
him to take part in games.
(Practice Exercise - 10)
2. Imagine you are Gita. You live at 31, The Mall, Ludhiana. Your friend is a
book-worm. Write a letter (to her) advising her to take part in games.
(Solved Example -7)
3. Imagine that you are Kewal, a student of S.D. Senior Secondary School,
Abohar. You were fined Rs. 10/- for remaining absent from the school for a
day. Write an application to your Principal requesting him to remit your fine.
(Solved Example -3)
4. Suppose you are Hari Singh, studying in Khalsa High School, Banga. You
have been fined Rs. 20/- by your teacher incharge. Write an application to
your Headmaster, requesting him to remit the fine.(Practice Exercise -3)
Paragraph

1. A Street Quarrel
2. An Indian Farmer
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Telegram

Write a telegram congratulating a friend on his success in the


examination.(Example 3 & Practice Ex 6)
Send New Year Greetings to a friend telegraphically.(Example 4)
Request your father to send you money urgently required for paying your
Board Examination fee.(Example 5)

Newspaper Headline -Solved Example 9&10, Practice Ex 1 & 2


- Manmohan Calls for Reforms in Education.
- Suicide Bid Foiled by People.
- 10 Killed in a Hosiery Godown Fire.
- 14 Girls Killed in Bus Collision.
Dialogue Writing

You gave some clothes for dry cleaning. Your suit was spoiled. You went to
the dry cleaner and made the complaint. The answers you gave are given.
Complete the dialogue, writing questions the dry cleaner asked you. (Practice
Exercise 2, to be solved by the teacher)

AUGUST
English Reader

Lesson 8 - Krishna's Childhood


Lesson 9- The Punjab - A Glimpse
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

Lucy Gray
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

Tenses

Composition- Letter/Application
1. Imagine you are Manpreet. You live at 36, Nehru Nagar, Khanna. Write a
letter to your friend inviting him to your sister's marriage. (Practice Ex.-8)
2. Suppose you are Ravinder. You live at 38, Manavta Park, Hoshiarpur. Invite
your friend to come to your birthday party.(Solved Example-8)
Paragraph

A Visit to a Hospital

Complete an Incomplete Paragraph


Solved Example 2, Practice Exercise 2 (To be done by the teacher.)
Comprehension

Telegram

Unseen Passage (To be selected and done by the Teacher)

Write a telegram to your Uncle thanking him for the lovely gift he sent to you
(Practice Ex 4)
Write a telegram to your friend consoling him on his mother's death. (Practice
Ex 5)
Write a telegram to your brother informing him about a fracture in your leg by
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Notice

falling down the stairs and requesting him to come back from Delhi immediately.
(Practice Ex 7)
Write a telegram to be sent to your Principal from Ambala telling him of your
inability to attend school due to fever and requesting him to grant leave. (Practice
Ex 8)
You have found a purse lying in one of the lawns of your school. Write a notice
asking the owner of the purse to contact you.(Practice Ex- 1)

Newspaper Headline
Dialogue Writing

Practice Exercise 3-6


Residents Get I-Cards Full of Errors.
Man Gets RI for Throwing Boy Out of Train.
Party Workers Shine Shoes to Collect Relief.
In-laws Held in Dowry Case.
Suppose you were travelling in a bus and your pocket was picked. Your father
wants to know about it. The answers you gave are given below (in the book).
Complete the dialogue by writing questions your father asked. (Practice Ex 4)

SEPTEMBER
English ReaderLesson 10-Childhood
Lesson 11- Two Memorable Speeches
(Related exercises from the workbook)
Grammar

Voice

Composition- Letter/Application
1. Imagine you are Gurpreet. You live at 1403, Green Avenue, Amritsar. Write a
letter to your friend who has met with an accident enquiring about his health.
(Practice Ex- 12)
2. Suppose you are Baljit. You live at 6, Soni Street, Khanna. Your friend Daljit
has lost his mother. Write a letter of condolence to him. (Solved Example 9)
3. Imagine you are Satwant Kaur, a student of D.A.V. High School, Amritsar.
You cannot take the examination because of the marriage of your elder sister.
Write an application to your Headmistress, requesting her to exempt you from
this examination. (Practice Exercise-5)
4. Suppose you are Raj Kumari. You are a student of X class of Govt. Girls Sen.
Sec. School, Kotkapura. Your father has been transferred to Chandigarh.
Write an application to your Principal requesting him to issue you a schoolleaving certificate. (Practice Exercise-4 & Solved Example-4)
Paragraph

Our School Peon

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Notice

Your school is organizing a tour to Delhi and Agra. You are the Secretary of
the Tour Organizing Committee. Draft a notice asking the students to give their
names to you. (Practice Ex.-2)

Newspaper Headline
-

Practice Exercise 7-10


Army Man Saved 11 from Tsunami Waves.
Youth Shoots Dead His Uncle.
Government Abolishes 300 Posts of Clerks.
Aid Not Reaching Earthquake Hit People.

Dialogue Writing

Imagine your brother met with an accident. You went to see him in the hospital.
Your friend wants to know about his condition. The answers you gave are
given below(in the book). Complete the dialogue writing questions your friend
asked. (Practice Exercise- 5)

OCTOBER
English Reader

Lesson 12- Saint Ravidas


(Related exercises from the workbook)

Poem

Snakes are Slithery


He That is Down Needs Fear No Fall
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Grammar

1. Adverb
2. Non-finite

Composition- Letter/Application
1. Suppose you are Satinder. You are living in boarding house of your school.
Write a letter to your elder brother requesting him to send you two thousand
rupees for fee and books. (Practice Exercise -6)
2. Imagine you are Balwinder. You live in the hostel of Arya High School,
Malerkotla. Request your father to send you some money. (Solved example10)
Complete an Incomplete Paragraph
Unsolved Exercise-3 and 5 (To be done by the teacher)
Solved Example 3 (To be done by the teacher)
Comprehension

Telegram

Seen passage (To be done by the teacher)


Unseen passage (To be done by the teacher)
-

Write a telegram to your father who is away on a business tour to Mumbai


informing him about grandmother's improving health and asking him not to
worry. (Practice Ex 9)
Write a telegram to your friend giving him good wishes for his forth coming
examination. (Practice Ex 10)
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Newspaper Headline
Notice

Write a telegram to your friend congratulating him for winning an election in the
school. (Practice Ex 11)
Write a telegram to your cousin congratulating him on his selection as a member
of the Junior Indian Cricket Team. (Practice Ex 12)

Kalam for Research on Quake Prediction. (Practice Ex 11)


The Party Leader Asks Voters to Give His Party a Chance. (Practice Ex 12)
Cell Phones at Cheaper Rates. (Practice Ex 13)
Mahila Wing Demands 14 Seats. (Practice Ex 14)
You are Incharge of the Junior Humanities Forum of your school. The forum is
organizing a Paper Reading Contest. Draft a notice inviting the participants to
give you their names. (Practice Exercise -3)

NOVEMBER
English Reader

Lesson 13- Our Civilization I


Lesson 14- Our Civilization II
(Related exercises from the workbook)

Composition- Letter/Application
1. Imagine you are Rajni. You live at 108, Friends Colony, Fazilka. Write a letter
to your elder sister who lives in England telling her how you celebrated Diwali.
(Practice Ex.-9)
2. Imagine you are Harish. You live in Mohalla Ashok Nagar, Nawan Shahar.
Write a letter to your friend, who lives in Mohalla Sant Nagar, Jalandhar,
telling him how you celebrated your birthday. (Practice Ex.-11)
Comprehension

Paragraph

Unseen passage (To be done by the teacher)


Seen passage (To be done by the teacher)
1. The Policeman
2. A Volleyball Match

Complete an incomplete paragraph


Solved Example 4 & 5 (To be done by the teacher)
Practice exercise - 4 (To be done by the teacher)
Telegram
-

Write a telegram to your father seeking his permission for joining an Educational
Tour.(Practice Ex 13)
Write a telegram to your father seeking his permission to engage a tutor. (Practice
Ex 14)
Write a telegram to your father telling him about a change in your programme
due to cancellation of examination. (Practice Ex 15)

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Newspaper Headlines Practice Exercise 15-18


- People Educated on Road Safety.
- Indo-Pak Ties Need to be Improved.
- Six Held for Stealing Vehicles.
- Officer Held for Cheating Finance Companies.
Grammar

In the remaining days, any topic(s) of Grammar can be taken up for revision.

December

Revision of Full syllabus and House test

January

Revision for Preboard & Annual Examination.

February

Revision for Preboard & Annual Examination.

March

Annual Examination

B@AA-AB
ENGLISH
Class - IX
APRIL
English Main Course Book :
L-1 Grooming of A boy
Poem:

Open Thy Eyes And See Thy God

English Literature Book:


L-1 The Magic Violin.
Vocabulary:

Nature of words (context-meaning)

Grammar:

1-Determiners
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Letter Writing:

Informal Letters (solved)

Note Making

Example & Exercise A

MAY
English Main Course Book :
L-2 Plants Also Breathe And Feel
L-3 The Post Master
Poem:

No Men Are Foreign

English Literature Book:


L-2 Wishes Come True.
Vocabulary:

Words as different parts of speech


Synonyms

Grammar:

2- Modals,
3- Prepositions.

Letter Writing:

Informal Letters (Exercises)

Note Making

Exercises-B, C

JUNE

Revision of the Syllabus done in April and May

JULY
English Main Course Book:
L-4 Budgeting Your Time
L-5 Journey By Night
Revision of Poems 1,2.
English Literature Book:
L-3 In The Flood
L-4 My Father And I
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Vocabulary:

Antonyms
Homonyms

Grammar:

4-Conjunctions

Letter Writing:

Formal Letter (solved)

Note Making

Exercise-D

AUGUST
English Main Course Book:
Revision L-1 to L-5
Revision of poems 1, 2
English Literature Book:
Revision L-1 to L-4
Reading Skills

Unseen Passage followed by Comprehension Questions

Vocabulary:

Formation of Words

Grammar:

Revision of the Topics 1 to 4

Letter writing

Formal Letters(exercises)

Note Making:

Exercise-E

SEPTEMBER

Revision & Examination of Semester-1

OCTOBER
English Main Course Book:
L-6 The Bishop's Candlesticks-I
L-7 The Bishop's Candlesticks-II
Poem

Sympathy

English Literature Book:


L-5 I Became A Great Friend Of Animal And Birds
Grammar:

5-Simple And Complex Sentence

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Paragraph Writing

Describing People

Telegram

Exercises 1, 2,3 and solved.

NOVEMBER
English Main Course Book:
L-8 God Sees The Truth But Waits-I
L-9 God Sees The Truth But Waits-II
Poem

Excelsior

English Literature Book:


L-6 A Letter To God
L-7 The Last Leaf
Grammar:

6- Voice

Paragraph Writing

Describing Places

E-Mails:

Examples and Exercises 1 to 4

DECEMBER
English Main Course Book:
L-10 Life story of A Man Eater
L-11 The Discovery of Moon
Poem

Nightingale and the Glow-worm

English Literature Book:


L-8 The Bewitched Jacket
L-9 The King Who Limped
Grammar:

7- Narrations

Paragraph Writing

Describing Incidents

Telegram

Exercises-1 to 2

JANUARY
English Main Course Book:
L-12 Three Great Indians
L-13 The Death of Abhimanyu

29

Poem

The Ballad Of Father Gilligan

English Literature Book:


L-10 The Diamond Maker
Grammar:

8-Non-Finites

Paragraph Writing

Describing Procedures

Telegram

Exercises 3 to 4

FEBRUARY
English Main Course Book:
Revision of L 6 to L 13
Poems:

Revision of Poems 3 to 6

English Literature Book:


Revision of L5 to L10
Grammar

9 Tenses (Concord and Sequence)

Paragraph Writing

Revision

Telegram

Exercise 5

MARCH

Examination of Semester-2

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APRIL
English Main Course Book:
Lesson-1The Happy Prince
Supplementary Reader:
Lesson-1A Vine on a House

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Poems:

Poem-1 Sweet are the Uses of Adversity

Reading Skills:
Vocabulary:

Comprehension of unseen passages/stanzas (Prose/Poetry)


Pairs of words generally confused. (1 to 50, Practice Exercise-I)

Grammar:
1. Use of Determiners, Prepositions and Modals.
Writing Skills:
Personal Letters
Notices (Sample 1 & 2)
Note-making (Sample 1)
MAY:
English Main Course Book:
Lesson-2Where is Science Taking Us
Lesson-3Secret of Happiness
Supplementary Reader:
Lesson-2 Bed No. 29
Poems:

Poem-2 Character of a Happy Man

Reading Skills:

Comprehension of unseen passages/stanzas (Prose/Poetry)

Vocabulary:

Pairs of words generally confused (51 to 100, Practice Exercise-II)

Grammar

Use and Kinds of Non-finites.


(The teacher will explain the meaning of Proverbs to the students and ask
them to go through these in the June holidays.)

Writing Skills

Business letters
Notices (Sample 3 to 6)
Note-making (Sample 2 & 3)

JUNE

Holidays Homework
Revision of entire syllabus covered in April and May.

JULY
English Main Course Book
Lesson-4A Gift for Christmas
Lesson-5The War of Troy
Supplementary Reader
Lesson-3 Half a Rupee Worth
Poems

Poem-3 Death the Leveller

Vocabulary

Idioms
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Grammar

Voice

Writing Skills

Official Letters.
Note Making (Sample 4 & 5)
Notices (Sample 7 to 10)

AUGUST
English Main Course Book
Revision of Lesson-1 to 5
Supplementary Reader
Lesson-4 One Thousand Dollars
Poems

Revision of Poem-1, 2 & 3

Vocabulary

Idioms

Grammar

Use of Tenses

Writing Skills

Revision of all types of letters


Note making Practice exercises 1 to 3
Notices Practice exercises 1 to 5

SEPTEMBER
Revision and examination of semester- 1 syllabus
OCTOBER
English Main Course Book
Lesson-6 Some Glimpses of Ancient- Indian Thought and Practices
Lesson-7 The Home Coming
Supplementary Reader
Lesson-5 The Dying Detective
Poems

Poem- 4 The Tables Turned

Reading Skills:

Comprehension of unseen passages/stanzas (Prose/poetry)

Vocabulary

One word for many (1 to 47, Practice Exercise-I)

Grammar

1. Sentence connectors

Writing Skills

Paragraphs
(Sample 1 to 7)
Messages
(Sample 1 to 3)
Advertisements (Sample 1 to 3)
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NOVEMBER
English Main Course Book
Lesson-8 The Making of the Earth
Lesson-9 The Rule of the Road.
Supplementary Reader
Lesson-6 The Stolen Bacillus
Lesson-7 How Much Land Does a Man Need.
Poems

Poem-5 A Ballad of Sir Pertab Singh

Vocabulary

One word for many (48 to 94, Practice Exercise-II)

Grammar

Simple, complex and compound sentences.

Writing Skills

Paragraphs (Sample 8 to 14)


Messages (Sample 4 to 6)
Advertisements (Sample 4 to 7)

DECEMBER
English Main Course Book
Lesson-10 The Merchant of Venice
Lesson- 11 The Grief
Supplementary Reader
Lesson-8 Return to Air
Lesson-9 Terry's Tree
Poems

Poem-6 Razia, the Tigress

Vocabulary

Common errors (In the use of Nouns, Adjectives and Verbs,


Practice Exercise-I)

Grammar

Reported Speech

Writing Skills

Paragraphs (Sample 15 & 16, Practice Exercises 1 to 5)


Advertisements (Sample 8 to 10, Practice Exercise 1)
Messages (Sample 7, Practice Exercise 1 & 2)

JANUARY
English Main Course Book
Lesson-12 Fathers and Sons
33

Supplementary Reader
Lesson-10 The Unexpected
Poems

Poem-7 Where the Mind is Without Fear

Vocabulary

Common errors (In the use of Prepositions and Articles,


Practice Exercise II & III)

Grammar

Punctuation

Writing Skills

Paragraphs (Practice exercises 6 to 14)


Advertisements (Practice exercises 2 to 5)
Messages (Practice exercise 3 to 5)

FEBRUARY
English Main Course Book
Revision of entire syllabus covered October onwards.
Supplementary Reader
Revision of entire syllabus covered October onwards.
Poems

Revision of poems done October onwards.

Vocabulary

Revision of topics covered October onwards.

Grammar

Revision of topics covered October onwards.

Writing Skills

Revision of all paragraphs.


Revision of messages and advertisements.

MARCH

Examination of Semester- 2 syllabus.

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3H ftnkeoB, brK ns/ brkyao
4 BKt dh gfoGk;ak s/ fe;wK
fBoXkfos gzikph ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko
eokfJnk ikt/.

nfXn?B$nfGnk;

rowhnK dhnK S[ZNhnK

i[ b kJh
gkm ^g[;seK d/ gkm 1H gzikp dh b'e rkfJek L ;[fozdo e"o
2H ;w/ dh pjko
3H nkyoh g?Av/ s'A gfjbK
4H xV/ dk gkDh
5H pkpk pzdk f;zx pjkd[o
gkm nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H
2H
3H

nd[Zsh phosk d/ g[zi^ pkpk pzdk f;zx pjkdo


tZX rowh dk fJZe fdB
;kv/ fgzv

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H
2H

g{oh |h; w[nk|h bJh fpB?^gZso.


nkgD/ wkwk ih Bz{ iBw fdB s/ G/i/ s'jc/ dk XzBtkd eoB bJh gZso.

ejkDh

1H

d' nkb;h fwZso

ftnkeoB

1H ;to, ftnziB,d[Zs nZyo ns/ gVBKt dh gfoGk;ak s/ fe;wK


2H w[jkto/ 1^35 sZe (ftnkeoB g[;se u'A)
3H ekb tzv
fBoXkfos gzikph ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.

ft;a/;a

nr;s
gkm g[;se d/ gkm 1H ftjbk
2H PkpkP! ;[wB
3H ft;kyh
4H Grs g{oB f;zx^fgzrbtkVk
5H ;kT[D
gkm nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H
2H
3H

nkIkdh fdt; ^ 15 nr;s


;/tk d/ g[zi ^ Grs g{oB f;zx fgzrbtkVk
N?bhftIB d/ bkG d/ jkBhnK
62

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H
2H
3H

nZXh S[ZNh b?D bJh fpB?^gZso.


nkgD/ fwZso d/ ftnkj dhnK o;wK dk nZyh d/fynk jkb dZ;D bJh gZso.
w?u d/yD ikD dh fJikIs b?D bJh fpB?^gZso.

ejkDh

1H

f;nkDk eK

ftnkeoB

1H Ppd,fbzr,tuB dh gfoGk;ak s/ fe;wK.


2H ;pzXe s/ :'ie dh gfoGk;ak s/ fe;wK.
3H fefonk s/ fefonk ft;a/;aD dh gfoGk;ak s/ fe;wK
4H w[jkto/ 36 s'A 75 sZe (ftnkeoB gkm^g[;se u'A)
fBoXkfos gzikph ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko
eokfJnk ikt/.

ft;a/;a

nfXn?B$nfGnk;

;sz p o
gkm g[;se d/ gkm
2H
3H
gkm

1H frmw[mhnK tkbk y{j


;ktXkB, j'f;anko!
eosko f;zx ;okGk
nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.

b/y

Pjhd eosko f;zx ;okGk

1H

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H

i[owkBk w[nk|h bJh fpB?^gZso.

ejkDh

1H

doih s/ jkEh

ftnkeoB

1H gzikph ;apd i'V (P[ZX^nP[ZX)


2H pj[ noEe Ppd,;wkBnoEe Ppd,fto'XkoEe Ppd.
fBoXkfos gzikph ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko
eokfJnk ikt/.

ft;a/;a

nfXn?B$nfGnk;

nes{ p o
gkm g[;se d/ gkm 1H ihn eo/
2H P/oBhnK
3H bkbk bkigs okJ/
4H ndG[s ;z;ko
gkm nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H
2H
3H

gzikp e/;oh^ bkbk bkigs okJ/


d[;fjok
;e{b dh ftZfdne :ksok
63

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H
2H

;e{b SZvD ns/ ufoZso ;oNhfce/N b?D bJh fpB?^gZso.


nkgD/ fwZso Bz{ T[;dh wksk ih dh w"s s/ n|;'; eoB bJh gZso.

ejkDh

1H

b/bk s/ pfxnkV

ftnkeoB

1H ft;aokw fuzBQ dh gfoGk;ak ns/ fe;wK


2H tke dh gfoGk;ak s/ fe;wK
3H pj[s/ ;apdK dh EK fJZe Ppd.
4H tke d/ w{b sZs^eosk, eow s/ fefonk
fBoXkfos gzikph ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko
eokfJnk ikt/.

ft;a/;a

nfXn?B$nfGnk;

Btz p o
gkm g[;se d/ gkm 1H ;Zs vkeNo
2H g[bkV goh L ;[Bhsk ftbhnwI
3H rKXh ih dk ;kpowsh nk;aow
gkm nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H
2H
3H

Pqh r[o{ BkBe d/t ih.


dhtkbh
nfs mzYk fJZe fdB

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H r[nku/ ;kfJeb Bz{ bZGD bJh w[Zy^EkDk n|;o Bz{ fpB?^gZso.
2H nkgD/ fgzv$Pfjo d/ gqXkB Bz{ rbh w[jZb/ dh ;|kJh ns/ rzd/ gkDh d/ fBek; gqpzX
Bz{ ;[XkoB bJh gZso.
ejkDh

1H

J/esk ftZu pb j?.

ftnkeoB
ft;a/;a

1H w[jkto/ 76^113 sZe , nykD 1^15 sZe


fBoXkfos gzikph ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko
eokfJnk ikt/.

d;z p o
ftnkeoB

1H

ft;fwe dh gfoGk;ak

b/y

1H

tZXdh nkpkdh dh ;wZf;nk.

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H

gqhfynk ftZu uzr/ Bzpo b? e/ gk; j'J/ fwZso Bz{ tXkJh gZso.
B"wkjh gqhfynk ns/ d[jokJh

iBtoh
cotoh

d[jokJh eotkJh ikt/rh.


d[jokJh ns/ g{ot ;kbkBk^gqhfynk
;kbkBk gqhfynk

wkou

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nfXn?B$nfGnk;

B@AA-AB
PUNJABI
Class - VIII
ngq ? b
gkm^g[;se d/ gkm 1H i? Gkos wksk
2H g/wh d/ fBnkD/
3H fSzM SokjK dh
gkm^nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H
2H
3H

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H
2H
ftnkeoB

ft;a/;a

ft;kyh dk w/bk
Pqh r[o{ r'fpzd f;zx ih
w/o/ wksk ih
;e{b ftZu dkyb j'D ;pzXh fpB?^gZso
;e{b pdbD bJh ;oNhfce/N b?D fjs fpB?^gZso.

1H b/y ouBk ns/ gZso$fpB?^gZso fbyD pko/ w[ZYbh ikDekoh


2H p'bh dh gfoGkPk ns/ fe;wK
3H fbZgh dh gfoGkPk
fBoXkfos gzikph^ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.

wJh
gkm^g[;se d/ gkm 1H Pqh r[o{ noiB d/t ih
2H T[~dw eohA io{o
3H db/oh
4H o{gBro
gkm^nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H gzikp dk fJfsjk;e Bro^ Pqh nzfwqs;o ;kfjp


2H nZyh d/fynk w?u
3H ;kv/ fgzv
4H ndZ[sh dot/P ^ pkpk cohd

gZso$fpB?^gZso

1H nZXh SZ[Nh b?D bJh fpB?^gZso.


2H i[owkBk w[nk|h bJh fpB?^gZso.

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ftnkeoB

1H ftnkeoB,brK ns/ brk\o


2H w[jkto/$nykD dh gfoGkPk
3H tuB dh gfoGkPk ns/ spdhbh d/ fB:w
fBoXkfos gzikph^ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B $nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.

ft;a/;a

i{ B

rowh dhnK S[ZNhnK

i[ b kJh
gkm^g[;se d/ gkm
2H
3H
4H
5H

1H pkpk |ohd
gzikp
jfonktb d/ phi
gzikph b'e^Bku LfrZXk
gzikp dk ;[gB^;kI

LvkH wfjzdo f;zx ozXktk

gkm^nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge ^ w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.


b/y

1H
2H
3H

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H
2H
ftnkeoB

ft;a/;a

tXdh nkpkdh dh ;wZf;nk


w"bkBk nkikd
Nq?fce fB:wK dh wjZssk
bkfJpq/oh ftZu o;kb/ ns/ n\pko wzrtkT[D ;pzXh fpB?^gZso.
fgsk ih Bz{ g?;/ G/iD bJh gZso.

1H Ppd dh gfoGkPk ns/ fe;wK


2H BKt dh gfoGkPk ns/ fe;wK
3H gVBKt dh gfoGkPk ns/ fe;wK
4H w[jkto/ 1^35 sZe (ftnkeoB dh g[;se ftZu'A)
fBoXkfos gzikph^ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.

nr;s
gkm^g[;se d/ gkm 1H go p'b Bk ;ed/
2H ;KMh wK
3H tfjw^Gow
4H ofpzdo BkE N?r'o
5H r[bkp dh |;b
gkm^g[;se ns/ nfXnkge ^w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.

66

b/y

1H
2H
3H

nkIkdh fdt;^15 nr;s


N?bhftIB d/ bkG ns/ jkBhnK
ftfdnkoEh ns/ nB[PkPB

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H r[nku/ ;kfJeb Bz{ bZGD bJh w[Zy EkDk n|;o Bz{ fpB?^gZso.
2H j';Nb ftZu ofjzd/ S''N/ Gok Bz{ NhHthH xZN d/yD ns/ gVQkJh s/ y/vK ftZu o[uh b?D
bJh gZso.
ftnkeoB

ft;a/;a

1H ftP/PD, fefonk,fefonk^ftP/PD dh gfoGkPk ns/ fe;wK.


2H w[jkto/ 36^75 sZe ( ftnkeoB dh g[;se ftu'A)
3H fbzr dh gfoGk;ak ns/ fbzr pdbD d/ fB:w
fBoXkfos gzikph^ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.

;sz p o
gkm^g[;se d/ gkm 1H T[j ;'udh
2H b'jVh
gkm^g[;se ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H
2H
3H

gZso$fpB?^gZso 1H
2H
ftnkeoB

ft;a/;a

Pjhd Grs f;zx


Pqh r[o{ BkBe d/t ih
w/ok wBGkT[Adk nfXnkge
g[;se fteo/sk s'A g[;seK wzrtkT[D bJh fpB?^gZso.
nkgD/ fwZso Bz{ nkgD/ Gok d/ ftnkj ftu Pkwb j'D bJh gZso.

1H ;pzXe dh gfoGk;ak ns/ fe;wK.


2H w[jkto/ 76^90 sZe (ftnkeoB dh g[;se ftZu'A).
3H P[ZX^ nP[ZX
fBoXkfos gzikph^ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.
B'N Lf;b/p; dh d[jokJh ns/ ;szpo gqhfynk.

nes{ p o
gkm^g[;se d/ gkm 1H jkeh dk ikd{ro L fXnkB uzd
2H nzwVh dk ftjVk
3H SZbhnK d/ oky/
4H frnkB,ftfrnkB s/ wB'oziB dk nB'yk ;zrw L ;kfJz; f;Nh.
gkm^nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
67

b/y

1H
2H
3H

gZso^fpB?^gZso1H
2H
ftnkeoB

ft;a/;a

wjkswk rKXh
d[;fjok
o[ZyK d/ bkG
g';N wk;No Bz{ vkehJ/ d[nkok fuZmhnK rbs tzvD ;pzXh fPekfJs bJh fpB?^gZso.
fwZso Bz{ uzr/ Bzpo b? e/ gk; j'D s/ tXkJh gZso fby'.

1H :'ie ns/ ft;fwe dh gfoGk;ak s/ fe;wK.


2H noE frnkB$p'X dh gfoGk;ak d/ fe;wK.
3H w[jkto/ 91^113 sZe, nykD 1^15 sZe (ftnkeoB dh g[;se ftu'A)
fBoXkfos gzikph^ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.

Btz p o
gkm^g[;se d/ gkm 1H fPt f;zx L p[Zs xkV
2H pfbjkoh e[dos
3H G{nk
4H oZp dh g"Vh
gkm^nfGnk; ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
b/y

1H
2H
3H
4H

dhtkbh
b'jVh
god{PD
wB^GkT[Ad/ P[rb

fpB?^gZso

1H
2H

;e{b pdbD ns/ ufoZso ;oNhfce/N b?D bJh fpB?^gZso.


nkgD/ Gok Bz{ ;e{b ftZu wBkJ/ ;kbkBk ;wko'j dk toDB gZso okjhA fby'.

ftnkeoB

1H ekb^tzv
2H tke dh gfoGk;ak ns/ fe;wK
3H ft;aokw fuzBQ
fBoXkfos gzikph^ftnkeoB ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk;
eokfJnk ikt/.

ft;a/;a

d;z p o
gkm g[;se d/ gkm1H tZv/ G?D ih
gkm^g[;se ns/ nfXnkge w?B[nb nB[;ko nfXn?B$nfGnk; eokfJnk ikt/.
B'NL B"wkjh gqhfynk ns/ f;b/p; dh d[jokJh.
68

iBtoh

f;b/p; dh d[jokJh. fJj d[jokJh S'NhnK^S'NhnK fbysh gqhfynktK okjhA eotkJh


ikt/rh.

cotoh

d[jokJh ns/ g{oD ;kbkBk gqhfynktK

wkou

;kbkBk gqhfynk

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