Delhi/NCR - Approx 3 - 4 working days
Rest of India - Approx 5 - 8 working days
Binding : Paperback
Author : Rachna Sagar Expert Panel
Language : English
ISBN : 9789388563185
Weight : 0.595 kg
Nurturing each child's initiative and enthusiasm is the prime purpose of teaching process. To inculcate a creative mind with an initiative, we teachers have to treat children as participants in learning and not just passive receivers of a predetermined dose of knowledge.
We have covered all the guidelines given in the Teachers' Manual in our book. Our book is in complete sync with the evolving CBSE and syllabus framed by NCERT.
The National Curriculum Framework 2005, states that Science is a dynamic ever expanding body of knowledge and it plays a liberating role in a progressive society. It suggests that at the upper primary stage, school children should be engaged in learning the principles of science through familiar experiences. NCF-2005 envisaged an evaluation system which would grade the students on their regular activities in classrooms and enable the students to understand and focus on their learing gaps. To implement the sprit of NCF-2005, the CBSE has introduced the grading system at upper primary level for VI - VIII.
Rachna Sagar Pvt. Ltd., known for its support to its valued students and teachers for achieving the desired goal, has come out with the comprehensive practice material.
With the above considerations Zoom! in Science has been visualised.
The format of this book takes a conscious step to emphasize upon the ethical, social and applied aspects of science and the growing importance of scientific concepts in our daily life.
The salient features of this series are :
(a) Note for the Teachers : These are the guidelines for the teachers to make the chapter interactive and interesting for the students.
(b) Insight : As the term suggests it represents a stimulating aspect of the topic, being discussed on the main section.
(c) Your Wisdom : It tries to bring in, a new idea on the subject matter by asking simple questions.
(d) Topics : Certain topics are also separately discussed with the intent to simplify the topic and broaden the horizon of understanding.
(e) Innovative Activities : A number of ‘easy to do activities’ help to reinforce ideas and concepts.
(f) Keywords : These are the important terms used in chapter with their well defined meanings.
(g) Practice Session is divided into two parts:
(i) Exercises : Comprises of Objective Type Questions, i.e., Alternative Response Type (True/False, Right/Wrong, Yes/No) Matching Type (Single, Double, Matrix) Fill in the blanks, Analogy Type Questions. Multiple Choice Type (Complete Sentence, Incomplete Sentence, Fill in the blanks), Very Short, Short and Long Answer Type Questions.
(ii) Activity Corner : Comprises of Science Quiz, Symposium, Field Trip, Debate, Model Making, Activity/Project, Research, Seminar, Group Discussion, Think & Tell, Find Out, Do it Yourself, Play & Learn to make students more creative in the stream of science. The main aim of Activity Corner is to focus on Thinking Skills and move beyond rote learning. Such exercises will judge the abilities of students to justify reason, analyse process and evaluate the information. It is diagnostic in nature so that the teacher can adjust/modify his/her teaching according to needs of individual student.
(h) After each unit Worksheet and Test are given. It is a special attraction of this edition has specially been designed/introduced for students' Self Assessment. It is entirely based on scholastic concept of evaluation on text book matter.
(i) At the end of the book three Life Skills Activities and Report Book prescribed by CBSE have been given for teachers' convenience. Grading Chart(Descriptive Indicators) has been given which will help in maintaining the report book.
We express our sincere thanks to the Publishers for taking up this project and the untiring editorial team for their numerous suggestions, without which this book would not have been possible.