Academic Standards for All Subjects (AP and Telangana Schools)

Academic Standards for All Subjects. The new textbooks in all subjects have been developed based on National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 and State Curriculum Framework (SCF) 2011 and they are in tune with Right To Education Act (RTE) 2009. They envisage a shift in the teaching paradigm in the sense that the focus is on knowledge and language construction rather than the reproduction of a given set of information. 

All textbooks have been developed keeping the following as the learning outcomes expected from the learners at the end of the academic year. Academic Standards: At the end of the academic year the children are expected to achieve certain academic standards. The everyday classroom transaction should ensure the achievement of the academic standards among children. The following are the Subject wise Academic Standards.

Academic Standards for All Subjects
Name of the standardAcademic Standards
TitleSubject wise Academic Standards
CategoryAcademic Standards
SubjectAcademic Standards for All Subjects
Based onNational Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 and State Curriculum Framework (SCF) 2011
State AP and Telangana
Subject wise Academic Standards

Telugu Subject Academic Standards:

  1. Listening, speaking with thinking, appreciation
  2. Read, understand and explain
  3. Self-writing
  4. Creative expression
  5. Vocabulary and grammar

English Subject Academic Standards:

  • Listening, speaking
  • Reading comprehension
  • Conventions of writing
  • Vocabulary and grammar
  • Creative expression (Oral and written)

Maths Subject Academic Standards:

Academic standards are clear statements about what students must know and be able to do. The following are categories on the basis of which we lay down academic standards.

  • Problem Solving on Conceptual understanding
  • Reasoning Proof
  • Communication
  • Connections
  • Representation – Visualisation

(1) Problem Solving: Using concepts and procedures to solve mathematical problems. (a) Kinds of problems: Problems can take various forms- puzzles, word problems, pictorial problems, procedural problems, reading data, tables, graphs etc.

  • (b) Stages of problem solving:
  • Reads problems
  • Identifies all pieces of information/data
  • Separates relevant pieces of information
  • Understanding what concept is involved
  • Selection of procedure
  • Solving the problem.
  • (c) Complexity: The complexity of a problem depends on Making connections( as defined in the connections section)
  • Number of steps in the problem
  • Number of operations in the problem
  • The amount of context unraveling required in the problem
  • Nature of procedures in the problem.
  • (2) Reasoning Proof: Reasoning between various steps (involves conjuncture invariably).
  • Understanding and making mathematical generalizations and conjectures.
  • Understanding and justifying procedures.
  • Examining logical arguments.
  • Understanding the notion of proof.
  • Using inductive and deductive logic.
  • Testing mathematical conjectures.
  • (3) Communication: Writing and reading mathematical expressions like 3 + 4=7
  • Creating mathematical expressions
  • Explaining mathematical ideas in his/her own words like- a square is closed figure having four equal sides and all equal angles
  • Explaining mathematical procedures like- adding two digit numbers involves first adding the digits in the units place and then adding the digits at the tens place/ keeping in mind carry over.
  • Explaining mathematical logic
  • (4) Connections: Connecting concepts within a mathematical domain for example relating adding to multiplication, parts of a whole to a ratio, to division. Patterns and symmetry, measurements and space.
  • Making connections with daily life
  • Connecting mathematics to different subjects
  • Connecting concepts of different mathematical domains like data handling and arithmetic or arithmetic and space.
  • Connecting concepts to multiple procedures
  • (5) Visualization and Representation: Interprets and reads data in a table, number line, pictograph, bar graph, 2-D figures, 3-D figures, pictures
  • Making tables, number line, pictograph, bar graph, pictures

Health and Physical Education Academic Standards:

  • Participation in sports and games, sportsman spirit
  • Yoga and meditation, scouts and guides, NCC
  • Personal and environmental hygiene and healthy habits
  • Safety and first aid
  • Health, Nutrition and good food habits

Arts and Cultural Education Academic Standards:

  • Colouring, drawing, decoration, making models and toys
  • Origami, tangram, knitting, embroidery
  • Action, drama, skits, role plays, choreography
  • Singing and playing musical instruments
  • Dance and performing local art forms

Work and Computer Education Academic Standards:

  • Skills in making use of tools and making articles
  • Participation in programmes, festivals and taking the responsibility
  • Community work & Shramadhanam, Swachch Bharath
  • Utilizing the computer
  • Computer-aided learning

Value Education and Life Skills Academic Standards:

  • Constitutional values (Brotherhood, equality etc.)
  • Leadership, discretion power, good behavior
  • Individual values- Compassion, empathy, honesty etc.
  • Life Skills- Communication, social, emotional and intellectual, thinking skills
  • Attitude towards teachers, schoolmates, school and public property

Learning Outcomes

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