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Demand Analysis Published

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REMEMBERING:Pupil Remembers the concept of Demand and factors affecting demand.UNDERSTANDING:Pupils develops an Understanding of factors affecting demand.APPLYING:Pupils applies Remembering and Understanding in new and unfamiliar situation.EVALUATING:Pupils Evaluate various factors affecting Demand

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Author: Mariya Shaikh

Effects of heat Published

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OBJECTIVES:At the end of the topic students will be able to:1) Students will be able to understand the effects of heat on the states of matter.2) Students will gain in depth understanding of the concept of thermal expansion and contraction of solids.3) Students will apply the concept of thermal expansion and contraction of solids in their day-to-day life.Standard:7th Standard  and aboveContent Analysis:New Terms i) Change of state of a substance                  ii) Expansion and contraction of solidsDefinition:The changing of solids into a liquid and a liquid into a gas on heating is called a change of state of a substance.Concept:For a substance to undergo a change of state, heat must either be given to it or taken away from it.Examples:1) When we place the ice on a table it gets converted into a liquid.2) On heating water, it gets converted into the vapour that is the gaseous form.3) On cooling the hot water it gets converted into the liquid form. When we place a lid on the top of the hot water, water droplets are formed on the surface of the lid that is condensation takes place.4) When we put water in a refrigerator it becomes ice after sometime.Expansion and contraction of solids:On heating most solids expand that is their length or volume increase. While on cooling solids contract.Examples:1) If the tin lid of a bottle is struck on too tightly, we often dip it in warm water to help open the bottle.2) If two metal bowls have got struck one inside the other, we place them in hot water. This helps to separate the two bowls easily.Experiment:When the metal wire is heated it expands. That is, its length increases. As a result it pushes the pointer. If we stop heating the wire it cools slowly and contracts and the pointer goes back to its original position. Thus we see that solids expand when heated and contract when cooled.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Kajal Rk Gupta

consumer protection act 1986 Published

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Definition of consumer-one that consumes,  one that utilizes economic goods  an organism requiring complex organic compounds for food which it obtains by preying on other organisms or by eating particles of organic matterRights of Consumer-Right to heardRight to informationRight to safetyRight to chooseRight to redressal

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Author: Varsha Shinde

POPULATION Published

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 FOR STANDARD :- XI th.OBJECTIVES :Pupil recalls the meaning of population.Pupil memorizes the definition of population.Pupil interprets the high birth rate and low death rate.Pupil analyzes the unfavourable sex ratio.Pupil identifies the reasons for growing population.Pupil identifies the social problems faced by the nation. DEFINITION OF POPULATION:ACCORDING TO PROF. HARRISON ," HUMAN RESOURCES   CONSTITUTE  THE ULTIMATE BASIS FOR THE WEALTH OF NATION".FEATURES OF POPULATION:Second largest populated country.Unfavourable sex ratio.High density of population.Changes in age composition.Birth rate and Death rate.Increasing life expectancy.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: AFREEN ALLAUDDIN ANSARI

globalization - for 11 students for o.c subject. Published

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Content analysisObjective with specificationTopicGlobalization New terms  Interdependence, dissemination,negotiated dramaticreductions in barriers to commerce,NAFTA, EU, Multinational corporations,widening disparity in incomes,Content What is globalizationfeatures of globalizationSome special features of globalization in present   History of globalization  Cause of globalization       1.  Improved of globalization       2. Improve of transportation       3. Free trade agreement       4. Global banking       5. The growth of MNCS  Effects of globalization1.increased standard of living2. Access of new market3.Decreased employment and less unsecured job4.widening disparity in incomes5.the effects of globalization on business         activity 1.      REMEMBERINGPupils remember the concept of globalization.                    Specification·         Pupil recalls the terms  Interdependence,·          Pupil dissemination, negotiated dramatic.·         pupil defines reductions in barriers to commerce.·         Pupil lists NAFTA, EU, Multinational corporations.·         Pupil memorizes widening disparity in incomes.2.      UNDERSTANDING       Pupil develops an understanding the concept of globalization. Specification·         Pupil explains the concept of globalization.·         Pupil illustrates the features of globalization.·         Pupil describes the history of globalization.·         Pupil interprets the causes of globalization.·         Pupil generalizes the effects of globalization.3.      APPLYING Pupil applies the remembering an understanding for new and unfamiliar situation.Specification·         pupil discover the concept of globalization.·         Pupil explains the causes and effects of globalization.·         Pupil illustrates the effects of globalization. 

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Tabassum shaikh Saadique

Quadrilaterals - Problems based on the properties of Rhombus Published

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In  this  lesson  we  learn  about  the  one  of  the  type  of  the quadrilateral....Rhombus. This  lesson  includes  the  discussion  about  the  square, properties  of  square , rhombus  and  properties  of  rhombus - problems  based  on  the  properties  of  rhombus. Objectives :Upon  completion  of  this  lesson, students  will :have  been  introduced  to quadrilaterals - Rhombus  and  Square  and  their  properties.have  learned  the  terminology  used  in  quadrilaterals.understood  the  difference  and  similarities  between  the  properties  of  square  and  rhombus.discover  the  problem  in  given  problem.solves  problems  based  on  the  properties  of  rhombus.                                                        Standard  : 7th std and above Content  Analysis :Fact :  Quadrilaterals  are  the  closed  figures  having  four  sides.Definitions  :(i)  Quadrilaterals  :- A  quadrilateral  is  a  four-sided  figure :  quad  meaning  four  and  lateral   meaning  side. This  lateral  word  from  the  Latin  word  lateris.(ii)  Rhombus         :-  A  quadrilateral  with  all  four  sides  congruent  is  called  a  rhombus.(iii)  Square            :- A  quadrilateral  with  all  congruent  sides  and  each  angle  a  right  angle  is  called  a  square. 

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: TANUJA GAIKWAD

दशरथस्य कुटुम्बम् | Published

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Analysis:  Goals: To develop the understanding of family of Dasharatha.Content Analysis:Ø  Concept of Family of Dasharatha: Ram, Lakshmana, Bharata, Shatrughna, ShantaØ  Sita and Rushyashrunga.Ø  Ram's ExileØ  Birth of Lava and KushaTask Analysis:(Basic skills required):Computer operating skills, Running video filesAnalysis of the learner: Std: 9thAge : 13-14 years.The student knows the concept of family relations.Design:·         Designing Learning Outcomes (for Assessment):After watching this presentation the learner will be able to…..o   Describe Dasharatha's family.o   Tell the Sanskrit terms for the family relations.o   Describe the characteristics of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana.o   Tell the basic story of Ramayana.o   Create his own family tree in Sanskrit.

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Author: Rutuja Phadke

Human Heart - Circulatory System Published

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I. Analysis: §  Goal : To make the learners aware of circulatory system (functioning of heart) §  Content analysis: Structure of heart, parts of heart, functioning of heart.  §  Task Analysis:1. Basic skills required: Knowledge of Human body parts and explanation skill ∙ Analysis of the learners: 10th std. students, age 14 -15 years, Maturity level - moderate, basic knowledge of body parts, curious and eager to explore II. Design: ∙ Design Assessment: Students will be able to1. Understand the concept of Human Heart2. Gain in depth knowledge of Heart and functioning of heart3. Understand the importance of circulation in human4. Apply the functioning of blood circulation ∙ Course Format: 1. Basic functioning and circulation of blood ∙ Creating an instructional strategy: 1. Preinstructional activities: Question will be asked to check what they already know and accordingly pictures will be shown to them so that they become aware. 2. Learners’ participation: Group discussion, research, teamwork, cooperative learning, question and answer. 3. Follow through activity: At the end of lesson students will be able to prepare a flowchart or a concept map. Students will also be able to explain functioning of heart and circulation of blood in heart

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Vishal Jain

Types of E-commerce Published

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§Define e-commerce and describe how it differs from e-business§Identify the unique features of e-commerce technology and their business significance§Describe the major types of e-commerce§Understand the visions and forces behind the 1st E-Commerce era

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Author: Chhaya Patel

TOPIC - POVERTY Published

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1. Remebering : The pupil acquires knowledge and facts of the poverty.2. understanding : The pupil understands the concept of poverty.3. Applying : The pupil applies his/her knowledge in new situation. 

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Author: Bharti Bogati

Environmental Balance Published

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The pupil remembers about biodiversity. The pupil develops an understanding of the diversity in animal. The pupil applies his or her knowledge and understanding of the concept biodiversity. The pupil analyses the  living thing and non living thing. 

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Author: Rupali Gaikwad

STONE AGE : STONE TOOLS Published

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                                                                                                                                                                                           students study following things from this chapter :-                   1. Student understands the use of the stone tools ,2. Student explores the areas were human fossils were found.    3. Student  apprehends about the life style of stoneage people4. Student  learns the reasons behinde the use of stone tools                                                                                                             

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Author: pushpa yadav