# BLOOM PUBLIC SCHOOL Vasant Kunj, New Delhi Lesson Plan Class : VII Subject: Science

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1 Month : July Chapter : Light TTT: 7pds Chapter: Light Learning Objectives Resources BLOOM PUBLIC SCHOOL Vasant Kunj, New Delhi Lesson Plan Class : VII Subject: Science Rectilinear propagation of light Reflection of Light Real and Virtual images Properties of image formed by a plane mirrors Convex & concave mirrors and their uses Lens Spectrum. Students will learn about a) Rectilinear propagation of light b) Reflection of Light c) Real and Virtual images d) Properties of image formed by a plane mirrors e) Convex & concave mirrors and their uses f) Lens g) Spectrum. Living science text book-ebook, Extra marks module, Ratna sagar worksheet. No of Periods:13 WT: 6pds Activity Lab Activity 2 page 175 Kit from physics lab: Optics Critical thinking HOTS (3) Class Work Home work Assessment ORAL: Explanation- Rectilinear Propagation of Light: light travels in a straight line,real and virtual images.discussion on spherical mirrors and lenses and images formed by them. Splitting of white light to form a spectrum by a prism Book Exercise-A,B and HOTS. Questions: Written : C(2,4,5,6,7) D(1-7) Worksheet Class Test PERIOD WISE PLAN PERIOD CONTENT

2 1 Oral explanation: Rectilinear propagation of light : Explanation on how light travels in a straight line page Written :C(2), to be done in notebook. 2 Oral explanation: Reflection of Light: The angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection. Written : D(1) to be done in notebook. 3 Lab visit :Activity 2:To show light travels in a straight line page Oral explanation: Real and Virtual images, Plane Mirror and lateral inversion: Characteristics of the image formed by a plane mirror page 178. Activity : Kit from physics lab: Optics characteristics of image formed by plane mirror Written : D(2) to be done in notebook 5 Oral explanation: Spherical mirror : Convex and Concave Mirrors :Explaining the pole,focus,principal axis and centre of curvature in concave and convex mirrors page Written : C(4), D(3) to be done in notebook. 6 Oral explanation: Uses of Spherical mirrors: concave and convex mirrors page Written :C(5),D(4) to be done in notebook. 7 Oral explanation. Lenses: Convex and Concave Lens: Explanation of the terms related to lenses-principal Axis, Optical Centre, and Principal Focus page 182. Written :D(7) to be done in notebook. 8 Oral explanation : Nature of images formed by convex and concave mirrors. Written :C(6) to be done in notebook. 9 Visit to the physics lab-to identify the different types of mirrors and lenses. 10 Oral explanation: Introduction to the spectrum and splitting of light by a prism. Written :D(8) to be done in notebook. 11 Exercise A,B and HOTS(1,2,4-7) discussed orally

3 12 HOTS (3)critical thinking H.W Ratnasagar worksheet 13 Class test

4 BLOOM PUBLIC SCHOOL Vasant Kunj, New Delhi Lesson Plan Class : VII Subject: Science Month : July Chapter : Structure of matter TTT: 5 pds Chapter: Light No of Periods:15 WT: 10pds Matter, atoms, molecules. Elements, Compounds and Mixtures, and their differences. Symbols of some common elements and Formulae. Atomicity and Valency. Write a chemical formula and a chemical equation and balance it.. Learning Objectives Students will learn to- a)define matter b)distinguish between atoms, molecules. c)differentiate between compounds and mixtures. d)identify symbols of some common elements e)write the formulae. Of different compounds and explain the information they convey f)define atomicity and Valency. g)write a chemical formula and a chemical equation and balance it. Resources Living science text book-ebook, Extra marks module, Ratna sagar worksheet. Activity Critical thinking HOTS (1) Class Work ORAL: Explanation- Matter, atoms, molecules. They will learn about- Elements, Compounds and Mixtures, and their differences. Symbols of some common elements and Formulae. They will be familiar with the terms Atomicity, Radicals and Valency. They will learn how to write a chemical formula and a chemical equation and balance the equation. Book Exercise-A,B and HOTS. Questions: Written : C(1-6) D(1-6) Home work Assessment Worksheet Class Test

5 PERIOD WISE PLAN PERIOD CONTENT 1 Oral explanation: Introduction of Atoms, molecules and their differences line page Written : D(2) to be done in notebook 2 Oral explanation:.explanation of Elements, Compounds and their properties page26-27 Written : C(1)D(1) to be done in notebook. 3 Oral explanation:.explanation of mixtures and difference between compounds and mixtures page27-28 Written : C(2,3,4) to be done in notebook 4 Oral explanation: Symbols and the symbols of some common elements page 28. Written : D(2) to be done in notebook 5 Oral explanation: Formulae and what information a formulae gives page Written : C(5) to be done in notebook. 6 Oral explanation: Atomicity and valency page Written : C(6) to be done in notebook. 7 Oral explanation. Writing the formula page Written :D(3a,b) to be done in notebook. 8 Oral explanation. Writing the formula page 31-32(contd..) Written :D(3c,d) to be done in notebook. 8 Oral explanation : To write a chemical formula and a chemical equation and balance the equation. Written :D(4) to be done in notebook. 9 Oral explanation : To balance a chemical equation(contd..) Written :D(5) to be done in notebook. 10 Oral explanation: To balance a chemical equation(contd..) Written :D(6) to be done in notebook.

6 11 Exercise A,B discussed orally 12 HOTS(2,3) discussed orally 13 HOTS (1)critical thinking H.W Ratnasagar worksheet 14 Class test