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SCERT Telangana Class 10 English Textbook
The Class 10 English textbook, “Our World through English”, is an integrated one in the sense it has the Main Reader component, the Supplementary Reader component and the Workbook component interwoven into a single textbook.
Hence, these components are found in each and every unit. The language skills listening, speaking, reading, and writing are integrated in the larger context of the themes as suggested in NCF 2005. The activities are so designed as to ensure the holistic treatment of language.
Inclusion of Gender Sensitivity and Child Sexual Abuse in School Text Books published by School Education Department with support of UNICEF are taken up to ensure protection of children through various interventions like personal safety rules, gender sensitivity, child sexual abuse, self esteem and life skills.
In these areas safety mechanisms and laws related to child protection are taken care of. Hence, the teachers must know about these things and bring awareness among all the stakeholders.
The main aim of teaching English is to help learners evolve themselves as independent users of English. This textbook will help teachers and students achieve this by making the teaching learning process effective.
SCERT Telangana Class 10 Mathematics Textbook
Class 10 Mathematics book, children would have completed the three years of learning in the elimentary classes and one year of secondary class. We hope that Mathematics learning continues for all children in class X also however, there may be some children from whom this would be the last year of school.
It is, therefore, important that children finish the secondary level with a sense of confidence to use Mathematics in organizing experience and motivation to continue learning. Mathematics is essential for everyone and is a part of the compulsory program for school education till the secondary stage.
However, at present, Mathematics learning does not instill a feeling of comfort and confidence in children and adults. It is considered to be extremely difficult and only for a few. The fear of Mathematics pervades not just children and teachers but our entire society.
In a context where Mathematics is an increasing part of our lives and is important for furthering our learning, this fear has to be removed. The effort in school should be to empower children and make them feel capable of learning and doing Mathematics.
They should not only be comfortable with the Mathematics in the classroom but should be able to use it in the wider world by relating concepts and ideas of Mathematics to formulate their understanding of the world. One of the challenges that Mathematics teaching faces is in the way it is defined.
The visualization of Mathematics remains centered around numbers, complicated calculations, algorithms, definitions and memorization of facts, short-cuts and solutions including proofs. Engaging with exploration and new thoughts is discouraged as the common belief is that there can be only one correct way to solve a problem and that Mathematics does not have possibilities of multiple solutions.
Through this book we want to emphasize the need for multiple ways of attempting problems, understanding that Mathematics is about exploring patterns, discovering relationships and building logic.
All teachers to engage students in reading the book and help them in formulating and articulating their understanding of different concepts as well as finding a variety of solutions for each problem. The emphasis in this book is also on allowing children to work with each other in groups and make an attempt to solve problems collectively.
Talk to each other about Mathematics and create problems based on the concepts that have learnt. We want everybody to recognize that Mathematics is not only about solving problems set by others or learning proofs and methods that are developed by others, but is about exploration and building new arguments. Doing and learning Mathematics is therefore about each person coming up with her own methods and own rules.
Class X is the final year of secondary level students and their have already dealt about the consolidation of initiations. They have already learnt also to understand that Mathematics consists of ideas that are applied in life situations but do not necessarily arise from life.
Children to be exposed to the notion of proof and recognize that presenting examples is not equivalent to proof with modeling aspects. The purpose of Mathematics as we have tried to indicate in the preface as well as in the book has widened to include exploring mathematization of experiences.
This means that students can begin to relate the seemingly abstract ideas they learn in the classrooms to their own experiences and organize their experiences using these ideas. This requires them to have opportunity to reflect and express both their new formulations as well as their hesitant attempt on mathematizing events around them.
We have always emphasized the importance of language and Mathematics interplay. While we have tried to indicate at many places the opportunity that has to be provided to children to reflect and use language.
Emphasise the need to make more of this possible in the classrooms. SCERT has also tried to keep the language simple and close to the language that the child normally uses. Teachers and those who formulate assessment tasks would recognize the spirit of the book.
10th Class Mathematics Chapters
- Real Numbers
- Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables
- Quadratic Equations
- Coordinate Geometry
- Similar Triangles
- Tangents and Secants to a Circle
- Mensuration 10 December
- Applications of Trigonometry
10th Class Physics Textbook
New Science Text Books are prepared in such a way that they develop children’s observation power and research enthusiasm. The official documents of National and State Curriculum Frame Works and the Right to Education Act are aspairing to bring grossroute changes in science teaching. These textbooks are adopted in accordance with such an aspiration. Hence, science teachers need to adapt to the new approach in their teaching.
Learning science does not mean scoring good marks in the subject. Competencies like thinking logically and working systematically, learned through it,have to be practiced in daily life. To achieve this, instead of memorizing the scientific theories by rote, one must be able to study them analytically.
That means, in order to understand the concepts of science, you need to proceed by discussing, describing, conducting experiments to verify, making observations, confirming with your own ideas and drawing conclusions. This textbook helps you to learn in that way.
10th Class Physics Chapters
- Reflection of light at curved surfaces
- Chemical Equations
- Acids, Bases and Salts
- Refraction of Light at Curved Surfaces
- Human Eye and Colourful world
- Structure of Atom
- Classification of Elements- The Periodic Table
- Chemical Bonding
- Electric Current
- Principles of Metallurgy
- Carbon and its Compounds
10th Class Biology Textbook
New Science Text Books are prepared in such a way that they develop children’s observation power and research enthusiasm. The official documents of national and State Curriculum frame works and the Right Education Act are aspairing to bring grossroute changes in science teaching. These textbooks are adopted in accordance with such an aspiration.
Hence, science teachers need to adapt to the new approach in their teaching. Learning science does not mean scoring good marks in the subject. Competencies like thinking logically and working systematically, learned through it,have to be practiced in daily life. To achieve this, instead of memorizing the scientific theories by rote, one must be able to study them analytically.
That means, in order to understand the concepts of science, you need to proceed by discussing, describing, conducting experiments to verify, making observations, confirming with your own ideas and drawing conclusions
10th Class Biology Book Chapters
- Nutrition – Food Supplying system
- Respiration – The energy releasing system
- Transportation – The circulatory system
- Excretion – The wastage disposing system
- Coordination – The linking system
- Reproduction – The generating system
- Coordination in life processes
- Heredity – From parent to progeny
- Our environment – Our concern
- Natural resources
10th Class Social Textbook
As you study this book in the classroom, you will come across many questions – do stop and try to answer those questions or do the activity suggested before you proceed ahead. It is not so important to finish the lesson fast as it is to discuss the questions and do the activities.
Many lessons will suggest projects which may take a few days to do. These projects will enable you to develop skills of social science enquiry and analysis and presentation – these are more important than remembering what is written in the lessons. Please remember that you don’t have to memorise what is given in the lesson, but think about them and form your own opinion about them.
This book is a part of your Social Science Curriculum and a part of various things you would be doing to study the society around you. However, remember that it is only one small part of that curriculum. The Social Science Curriculum requires you to analyse and share in the classroom what you know. It requires you above all to ask questions – think why things are the way they are.
It also requires you and your friends to go out of the class room to the market, to the village fields, to temples and mosques and museums and find out various things. You will have to meet and discuss with a number of people, farmers, shopkeepers, officials, priests and so on. This book will introduce you to a range of problems and enable you to study them and arrive at your own understanding of them.
So, the most important thing about this book is that it does not have answers. In fact this book is not really complete. It can only be completed when you and your friends and teachers bring their own questions and experiences and discuss everything threadbare in the class. You may disagree with many things in this book – do not be afraid to say so – only give your reasons.
Your friends may disagree with you, but try to understand why they have a different view. Finally arrive at your own answers. You may not even be sure of your answer – you may want to find out more before you make up your mind. In that case list your questions carefully and request your friends, teachers or elders to help you to find out.
In this class we will be mainly studying India in the context of the contemporary world. The last hundred years have been years of momentous change in the world as two major World Wars were fought, scores of countries emerged as independent nations, and great experiments were done in order to build just, equitable and democratic world. India, after its independence pursued policies to harness the natural resources of the country for economic development to eradicate poverty, reduce dependence on other countries for food grains and industrial goods, and generate gainful employment within the country.
Equally important, it embarked upon an ambitious project of developing India as the largest democracy in the world with guarantee of personal liberty and freedom. We will be studying both aspects of India’s development its economy, election process and its polity in this book. Since these issues affect us in our own lives and affect different sections of the society differently, there are bound to be different view points about them. We need to learn in our class rooms how to engage with these different perspectives and understand them with sensitivity. This is necessary to strengthen our democratic fabric – Source: SCERT Telangana
10th Class Social Textbook Chapters
Part – I Resources Development and Equity
- India: Relief Features
- Ideas of Development
- Production and Employment
- Climate of India
- Indian Rivers and Water Resources
- India – Population
- Settlements – Migrations
- Rampur : A Village Economy
- Food Security
- Sustainable Development with Equity
Part – II Contemporary World and India
- World Between the World Wars
- National Liberation Movements in the Colonies
- National Movement in India–Partition & Independence : 1939-1947
- The Making of Independent India’s Constitution
- Election Process in India
- Independent India (The First 30 years – 1947-77)
- Emerging Political Trends 1977 to 2000
- Post – War World and India
- Social Movements in Our Times
- The Movement for the Formation of Telangana State
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