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The CBSE board of India is making efforts to bring about wonderful reforms. In CBSE Class 9 and 11, open text based assessments (OBTA) have been introduced with the aim of making learning wholesome. English, all the other world languages, social sciences, philosophy, law and politics, music and dance are studied under Humanities. The English literature and poetry that students study in school help them to empathize with humanity. In fact, accomplished writers pour out their hearts, souls and minds with immense passion and sensitivity. Also, the study of English including literature and poetry helps students become more original and communicate with greater profundity. In the past, English, like all the other subjects, was taught with the push to merely pass exams rather than to truly become wise communicators. Also, sometimes, it is necessary to study English in a more … Continue reading
The CBSE Open Text for class 9 is a wonderful way to make learning more integrated, thoughtful and empowering for students. Earlier and also now, topics like Electricity and Energy have been taught under the subject Science. All math topics like linear equations under algebra have been taught under the subject Maths. Also, earlier, there was very little discussion and inquiry-based learning. With educational reforms, learning is becoming more wholesome, joyful, problem solving-oriented and application-based for students. For some students, in the past, maths was rather intimidating, and for others, it was sometimes like a drill to quickly calculate sums and was sometimes tedious. CBSE Open Texts help students discuss and study various topics in a more wholesome, practical and real life-oriented and integrated manner. On this note, let us discuss Electricity, Energy and Linear equations under CBSE … Continue reading
French Revolution – Summary/Events – Storming of Bastille | CBSE Board: The French Revolution was one of the most significant of humanitarian freedom movements. The Bastille was a fortress built around 1382. Political prisoners were imprisoned and prevented from fighting for human rights by the cunning, fake monarchical and dictatorial avatars and criminal and narrow-minded mafia groups. They were imprisoned in these cells without trial under direct orders of the cunning and cruel kings. The storming of the Bastille happened on July 14, 1789. Prior to the storming of the Bastille, human beings of the “Third Estate” were locked out of the Estate General meeting with King Louis XVI and the cunning feudalists and imperialists. After this, the representatives of the “Third Estate” known as the National Assembly met in a Tennis Court. The Third Estate consisted mainly of human … Continue reading
The CBSE curriculum 2014-15 for class 9 and 10 has been formulated keeping in mind the core values laid down by the National Curricular Framework 2005. The following are important and transformative factors that have been taken into consideration in formulating the CBSE curriculum 2014-15 for class 9 and 10. It continues with the reformative and transformative measures taken to make learning more joyful and meaningful for students. Project-based learning to build research capabilities: Project-based learning will ensure that students look at research and thoughtful application of learning. This will empower students to hone 21st century skills like creativity and innovation and problem-solving in order to come up with thoughtful solutions to global challenges. Project-based learning forms a significant component of formative assessment activities. Collaboration between home and school and school and community: Another important aspect of the CBSE curriculum … Continue reading
An introduction to Euclid’s geometry is a topic which is studied in the CBSE Class 9 course and also other class 9 courses. It forms one of the key foundations of the study of geometry in class 9 and beyond. Let us have a short overview of this topic. Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry Who was Euclid? Euclid was a Greek mathematician who lived around 300 BC. He is known as the “father of geometry.” His book “The Elements” forms the basis of the study of geometry and number theory. It is one of the world’s most extraordinary and influential textbooks and has been passed on through the ages to the modern age. The study of geometry in modern times is mainly based on Euclid’s geometry. What is Euclid’s Geometry? Euclid did a very meticulous and thoughtful study of geometry which … Continue reading