Please see below the syllabus and paper style for Grade 12 Economics Mock Examination, March 2017.
Grade 12 Economics:
-Complete syllabus- Chapters 1-19
– Paper Style:
- Paper 1 – 50 marks – 1 hour 30 minutes (Chapters 2-12)- 30% Weighting in final grade calculation
- Paper 2 – 40 marks – 1 hour 30 minutes (Chapters 13-19) 30% Weighting in final grade calculation
- Paper 3 – 50 marks – 1 hour (All chapter HL extension) 20% Weighting in final grade calculation
- Internal Assessment- 45 Marks – 20% Weighting in final grade calculation
Thanks & Regards,
Anbu Packiaraj and Parth Jain
Below is the syllabus and the paper style for their mock examination, Ã‚Â March 2017:
Grade 10 Enterprise:
– Complete Syllabus – Chapters 1-10
– Paper style:
- One Paper(Section A&B) – 100 marks – 1 hour 30 minutes – 50% Weightage in final grade calculation
- Coursework – 60 marks – 50% Weighting in final grade calculation
Dear students and parents,
Please take a note,the mock IO of Hindi will be conducted on 9th (day 5), 10th (day-6), and 13th ( day-1) of Feb’17, in Hindi slot.
So you are requested to be prepared for it. For any query you may contact the teachers in your free slot. All the best.
Kindly note the following points about the field trip to Science City, Ahmedabad.Ã‚Â
Visit to Science city, Ahmedabad will enhance studentÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s physics Ã‚Â knowledge. This visit is intended to explore the applications of various concepts of physics like energy, work & power. It is explicitly planned for students to learn and have fun. They will be watching a 3D movie Ã¢â‚¬Å“Walking on the moonÃ¢â‚¬Â.
Alignment of CoS syllabus with different attractions of Science city is as follow.
||Learning outcomes to be achieved
||Science city attractions
||Give and identify examples of energy in different forms, including kinetic, gravitational, chemical, strain, nuclear, thermal (heat), electrical, light and sound.
||Give and identify examples of the conversion of energy from one form to another, and of its transfer from one place to another.
||Describe how electricity or other useful
forms of energy may be obtained from:
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢Chemical energy stored in fuel
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ Water, including the energy stored in waves, in tides, and in water behind
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢Heat and light from the Sun (solar cells and panels)
||Distinguish between the design and use of permanent magnets and electromagnets.
||Hall of Science
||Describe and use the concept of weight as the effect of a gravitational field on a mass.
||Describe the dispersion of light by a glass prism.
||Describe how the reflection of sound may produce an echo
||Demonstrate understanding that a medium is needed to transmit sound waves
|| A repository of knowledge on electricity for audiences across various age groups.
||Describe the role of electromagnetic waves in:
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢Radio and television communications (radio waves)
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢Satellite television and telephones (microwaves)
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢Electrical appliances, remote controllers for televisions and intruder alarms (infrared)
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢Medicine and security (X-rays).
|Hall of Space
Date of field trip: 25th Januray 2017
Assemble at: 4:45 amÃ‚Â at Vanita Vishram groundÃ‚Â
Departure: 5 am
Return at:Ã‚Â 11:00 pm (approximately) at Vanita Vishram groundÃ‚Â
Learners can carry a maximum of Rs.500 cash, they are supposed to carry their breakfast (Friday food policy to be kept in mind), water bottle, physics notebook, a pen and school ID card.
Learners are supposed to be in complete uniform (this includes pair of school pants and school jacket).
Parents will be informed in case of delay.
This week students have learnt about different radiations emitted from the radioactive substances-Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiations.
We discussed the properties of these radiations.
They have also learnt about the half life of radioactive substances and solved numericals related to them.
This week HL students completed their HL syllabus by completing the chapter, “stereochemistry in biomolecules”. They studied the D, L- system of naming amino acids and carbohydrates, the stereochemistry of vitamin A and visual cycle, TOK connections of use of hydrogenation and saturated fats in food industry were also discussed. The teaching was supplemented with videos and classroom discussions.
As the syllabus is completed for HL students also, from next week thorough revision of areas of concern, practicing past papers, and doubt solving sessions will be conducted.
Last week we completed biology (SL/HL) syllabus for paper 1 and paper 2. We discussed unit named ‘Sexual Reproduction’ under which we covered topics like the role of hCG during early pregnancy, the role of the placenta, importance of hormones in parturition.
Next, we will head towards paper 3 in which we will discuss option B ‘Biotechnology and bioinformatics’.
Grade9 – All,G9 Epiphany,G9 Eureka,G9 Fortuity,G9 Serendipity
Homework assigned by: email@example.com
Submission Date: Fri Jan 27 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Test on Directed Writing – Letter Writing in Language Slot
Expected Time: 45 Minutes
Following are the updates of this week:
- Paper-2 was solved in the class and markscheme for the same was discussed in the class so that students can understand the marks awarded and solution required.
- Paper-4 was given as practice paper.
- Class discussions on the unit of Functions were conducted as part of revision.
G10 IM Extended Team