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Class 9 English Textbook
“Our World through English” class IX textbook, is an integrated one in the sense it has The Main Reader component, The Supplementary Reader component and The Workbook component is 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 into 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. I thank all the institutions and experts at the state and national level, the members of the Textbook Production and Development Committees, the staff members of the SCERT, T.S. Hyderabad and all others who have contributed directly or indirectly for the successful production of this textbook. Any suggestions for the improvement of this book are welcome.
Class 9 English Chapters
|Theme||Chapter Name (Contents)|
|1, Humour||A. The Snake and the Mirror June 1-24|
B. The Duck and the Kangaroo (Poem)
C. Little Bobby
|Games and Sports||A. True Height July 25-44|
B. What Is a Player? (Poem)
C. V.V.S. Laxman, Very Very Special
|School Life||A. Swami Is Expelled from School August 45-64|
B. Not Just a Teacher, but a Friend (Poem)
|Environment||A. What Is Man Without the Beasts? September 65-86|
B. The River (Poem)
C. Can’t Climb Trees Any More
|Disasters||A. A Havoc of Flood October 87-106|
B. Grabbing Everything on the Land (Poem) November
C. The Ham Radio
|Freedom||A. A Long Walk to Freedom November 107-126|
B. Where the Mind is Without Fear (Poem) December
C. An Icon of Civil Rights
|Theatre||A. The Trial December 127-146|
B. Antony’s Speech (Poem) January
C. Mahatma Gandhi, Pushed out of Train
|Travel and Tourism||A. The Accidental Tourist February 147-166|
B. Father Returning Home (Poem)
Class 9 Mathematics Textbook
Education is a process of human enlightenment and empowerment. Recognizing the enormous potential of education, all progressive societies have committed themselves to the Universalization of Elementary Education with an explicit aim of providing quality education to all.
As the next step, the universalization of Secondary Education has gained momentum. The secondary stage marks the beginning of the transition from functional mathematics studied upto the upper primary stage to the study of mathematics as a discipline.
The logical proofs of propositions, theorems etc. are introduced at this stage. Apart from being a specific subject, it is to be treated as a concomitant to any subject involving analysis as reasoning.
we confident that the children in our state of Telangana learn to enjoy mathematics, make mathematics a part of their life experience, pose and solve meaningful problems, understand the basic structure of mathematics by reading this text book.
For teachers, to understand and absorb critical issues on curricular and pedagogic perspectives duly focusing on learning in place of marks is the need of the hour. Also coping with a mixed classroom environment is essentially required for effective transaction of the curriculum in the teaching-learning process. Nurturing classroom culture to inculcate positive interest among children with the difference in opinions and presumptions of lifestyle, to infuse life into knowledge is thrust in the teaching job.
Class 9 Mathematics Chapters
|Chapter No.||Chapter Name (Contents)|
|2||Polynomials and Factorisation|
|3||The Elements of Geometry|
|4||Lines and Angles|
|6||Linear Equations in Two variables|
|10||Surface areas and Volumes|
|15||Proofs in Mathematics|
Paper – I: Real Numbers, Polynomials and Factorisation, Coordinate Geometry, Linear Equation in two variables, Triangles, Quadrilaterals and Areas.
Paper-II: The Elements of Geometry, Lines and Angles, Statistics, Surface areas and Volumes, Circles, Geometrical Constructions and Probability.
9th Class Physics Textbook
New Science TextBooks are prepared in such a way that they develop children’s observation power and research enthusiasm. It is a primary duty of teachers to devise teaching- learning processes which arouse children’s natural interest of learning things.
The official documents of National& State Curriculum Frameworks and Right to Education Act are aspiring to bring grass root 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 text helps you to learn in that way
Class 9 Physics Chapters
|Chapter no.||Chapter Name (Contents)|
|1||Matter around us|
|3||Laws of motion|
|4||Refraction of light at plane surfaces|
|6||Is matter pure|
|7||Atoms and molecules and chemical reactions|
|9||What is an inside atom|
|10||Work and energy|
Class 9 Biology Textbook
New textbooks are developed to achieve desired academic standards. So teachers should develop various teaching-learning strategies to make their students achieve class-based academic standards. We should avoid rote learning methods for successful implementation of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE).
It is very imparted to know more about different methods to assess student progress by summative and formative evaluation. New textbooks reflect the Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation and teaching method with respect to discussed concepts. This is more useful to teachers and students.
Class 9 Biology Chapters
|Chapter No.||Chapter Name (Contents)|
|1||Cell its structure and functions|
|5||Diversity in living organisms|
|8||Challenges in improving agricultural products|
|9||Adaptations in different ecosystems|
Class 9 Social Studies Textbook
9th Class Social Studies Textbook 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. This book will help you to study about the earth and its natural realms, about the agriculture and industrial development as well as service activities; how people follow the financial system and credit, how the government frames the budget and levies the taxes so as to understand the implications on human life.
In this book you may have to study about what happened centuries ago, what cultural changes came in Europe, about the revolutions and industrialization and the impact on society for change, understand the impact of colonialism in various continents; you may also have to study about democracy and its expansion, rights related to human beings especially about children and women protection Acts and try to understand how far they are affecting our present life.
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.
Class 9 Social Studies Chapters
|Chapter No.||Chapter Name (Contents)|
|Part I:||Natural Realms of the Earth & Economy|
|2||The Natural Realms of the Earth -Lithosphere|
|6||Agriculture in India|
|7||Industries in India|
|8||Service Activities in India|
|9||Credit in the Financial System|
|10||Prices and Cost of Living|
|11||The Government Budget and Taxation|
|Part II:||World from Medieval to Modern Times|
|12||Democratic and Nationalist Revolutions:|
17th 18th& 19th Centuries
|13||Industrialisation and Social Change|
|14||Social Protest Movements|
|15||Colonialism in Latin America, Asia and Africa|
|16||Impact of Colonialism in India|
|17||Expansion of Democracy|
|18||Democracy: An Evolving Idea|
|19||Human Rights and Fundamental Rights|
|20||Women Protection Acts|
9th Class languages
|Medium||First Language||Second Language||English||Maths|
9th Class Optionals
|Medium||Physical Science||Biological Science||Social||Environmental Education|
Class 9 Textbooks
|Telugu||9th TM Class Textbooks|
|English||9th EM Class Textbooks|
|Urdu||9th UM Class Textbooks|
|Hindi||9th HM Class Textbooks|
|Kannada||9th KM Class Textbooks|
|Marathi||9th MM Class Textbooks|
|Tamil||9th TML Class Textbooks|