CBSE – Syllabus Grade 11

​CBSE SYLLABUS 2021-22

Senior School - Grade 11

Global Public School

ENGLISH

The Summer Of the Beautiful White Horse, The Address,Ranga’s Marriage, Albert Einstein at School, Mother’s Day, Birth

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The Ghat of the Only World, The Tale of Melon City

Hornbill:

Hornbill: The Portrait of a Lady; We’re not Afraid to Die, If We can All Be Together; Discovering Tut- The Saga Continues; Landscape of the Soul; The Ailing Planet: The Green Movement’s Role; The Browning version; Silk Road; Poetry: A Photograph; The Voice of the Rain; The Laburnum Top ; Childhood

Reading Skills: Note Making and Summarising

Writing Skills: Poster/ Notice, Letter (placing an order, enquiry, complaint) Business or Official Letters( Making enquiries, registering complaints, asking for or giving information, placing orders and sending replies) Official Letters: e.g. to school/college authorities (regarding admissions, school issues, requirements / suitability of courses) Speech Debate

Gr: Determiners; Tenses; Re-ordering of Sentences

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Father To Son, The Adventure

Essay, Letters to the editor (giving suggestions/opinions on an issue) Provide realistic context in the form of newspaper report/article to which the students may respond. Classified Advertisements, Letters to the editor (giving suggestions/opinions on an issue) Provide realistic context in the form of newspaper report/article to which the students may respond. Application for a job with a bio-data or resume Article & Report Writing

Modals Clauses Change of Voice Error Correction, editing task/cloze passages 

MATHEMATICS

SETS

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Difference of sets Complement of a set and properties of complement

Mathematics text book for class XI (NCERT)

RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS

TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS

PRINCIPLE OF MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION

COMPLEX NUMBERS AND QUADRATIC EQUATIONS

LINEAR INEQUALITIES  PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS

BINOMIAL THEOREM

SEQUENCES AND SERIES

STRAIGHT LINES CONIC SECTIONS 

INTRODUCTION TO THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMERY

LIMITS AND DERIVATIVES MATHEMATICAL REASONING

STATISTICS PROBABILITY

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Difference of sets Complement of a set and properties of complement

upto RXRXR Sum,difference ,product and quotient of functions

general solution of the trigonometric equations of the type sinx =sina , cos x =cos a and tan x =tan a

Polar representation of complex numbers Square root of the complex number

Derivation of formulae for nPr and nCr

Formulae for the special sums

Shifting the origin Equation of family of lines passign through the point of intersection of two lines

point , a straight line and a pair of intersecting lines as a degenerated cases of conic section

Analysis of frequency distribution with equal means but different variences.

Axiomatics (Set Theoretic)probability, connections with other theories of earlier classes.

 

NFORMATICS PRACTICES

Informatics Practices text book for class XI (NCERT)

1. Computer System

2 . Emerging Trend

3 .Brief Overview of Python 

4 . Working with Lists and Dictionaries

5 .Database Concepts

6 . Introduction to Structured Query Language

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1 . Understanding Data

2 . Introduction to NumPy

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Computer Science with Python by Preeti Arora

1. Computer System

2 .Number System

3 .Programming in Python 

4 .Societal Impact 

 

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1 .  Emerging Trends

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

Unit I Numbers, Quantification and Numerical Applications

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Prime Numbers,Encryptions using Prime Numbers ,Complex Numbers (Preliminary idea only)

CBSE TEXT BOOK

Unit II: Algebra

Unit III: Mathematical and Logical Reasoning

Unit IV: Calculus

Unit V: Probability 

Unit VI: Descriptive Statistics

Unit VII Basics of Financial Mathematics 

Unit VIII Coordinate Geomet

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Circular Permutations, Permutations with restrictions , Combinations when repetition is allowed

Composite functions , Tangent line and equations of tangents

Types of data (raw data, univariate data, bivariate and multi-variate data) Data interpretation (central tendency only)

Parabola (only standard forms and graphical representation on two- dimensional plane

ENTREPRENEURS HIP

. Entrepreneurship: Concept and Functions 

ENTREPRENEURS HIP-Class XI [ Published by CBSE

1. Entrepreneurship: Concept and Functions

2 . An Entrepreneur

3. Entrepreneurial Journey

4 . Entrepreneurship as Innovation and Problem-Solving

5. Concept Of Market 

6. Business Finance and Arithmetic

7. Resource Mobilisation 

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Risk taking-concept and types , understand the term Business incubator

Understand the strategy of market expansion and development,Understand the elements of trade and commerce

Importance and technique of preparing a Cash Register, Income statement ,Cash Flow Projection

Estimating financial resources requirement; Methods of meeting financial requirements; Size and capital – based classification. Classify the business and industry ,Identify the various sources for an entrepreneur

PHYSICS

NCERT TEXTBOOK - PART I NCERT TEXTBOOK - PART II

CHAPER 1 THE PHYSICAL WORLD

CHAPTER 2 UNITS AND MEASURMENTS

CHAPTER 4 MOTION IN A PLANE

CHAPTER 5 LAWS OF MOTION

CHAPTER 6 WORK, ENERGY AND POWER

CHAPTER 7 SYSTEM OF PARTICLES AND ROTATIONAL MOTION

CHAPTER 8 GRAVTIATION

CHAPTER 9 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS

CHAPTER 10 MECHANICS OF LIQUIDS

CHAPTER 11 THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER

CHAPTER 12 THERMODYNAMICS

CHAPTER 13 KINETIC THEORY OF GASES

CHAPTER 14 OSCILLATIONS

CHAPTER 15 WAVES

PRACTICALS

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PHYSICS; SCOPE AND EXCITEMENT; NATURE OF PHYSICAL LAWS; PHYSICS TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIERY ( TO BE DISCUSSED AS A PART OF INTRODUCTION AND INTEGRATED WITH OTHER TOPICS

FRAME OF REFERENCE, MOTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE: POSITION – TIME GRAPH, SPEED AND VELOCITY

INTUTIVE CONCEPT OF FORCE, INERTIA, NEWTON’S FIRST LAW OF MOTION, MOMENTUM AND NEWTON’S SECOND LAW OF MOTION, IMPLUSE; NEWTON’S THIRD LAW OF MOTION

STATEMENT OF PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR AXES THEOREMS AND THEIR APPLICATION

KEPLER’S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION, ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY

ELASTIC BEHAVIOUR, SHEER MODULUS OF RIGIDITY, POISSON’S RATIO; ELASTIC ENERGY

HEAT, TEMPERATURE, HEAT TRANSFER-CONDUCTION, CONVECTION AND RADIATION

HEAT ENGINE AND REFRIGERATOR

FUNDAMENTAL MODE AND HARMONICS, DOPPLER EFFECT

NO INVESTIGATORY PROJECT AND ACTIVITY TO BE DEMONSTRATED
8 EXPERIMENTS ( CLUBBED BASED ON SKILLS ) IN PLACE OF 12

BIOLOGY

1.The living world

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Taxonomy and systematics;

NCERT

2. Biological Classification

3. Plant Kingdom

4. Animal Kingdom

5. Morphology of flowering plants

6: Anatomy of Flowering Plants

7. Structural Organisation in Animals

8. Cell: The unit of life

9. Biomolecules

10. Cell cycle and Cell division

11. Photosynthesis in higher plants

12 . Respiration in plants

13 . Plant Growth and Development

14. Digestion and Absorption

15. Breathing and exchange of gases

16. Body fluids and circulation

17. Excretory products and their elimination

18. Locomotion and movement

19 ..Neural control and coordination

20. Chemical coordination and integration

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taxonomy and systematics; tools for study of taxonomy- museums, zoological parks, herbaria, botanical gardens, keys for identification.

Angiospermae; Angiosperms – classification up to class, characteristic features, and examples.

Morphology and modifications: Morphology of different parts of flowering plants: root, stem, leaf, fruit, and seed.

Anatomy and functions of different tissues and tissue systems in dicots and monocots. Secondary growth

Morphology, Anatomy and functions of different systems (digestive, circulatory, respiratory, nervous and reproductive) of an insect (cockroach)

Plant – Growth and Development Seed germination; phases of plant growth and plant growth rate; conditions of growth; differentiation, dedifferentiation and redifferentiation; sequence of developmental processes in a plant cell; 

Types of movement – ciliary, flagellar, muscular;

reflex action; sensory perception; sense organs; elementary structure and
functions of eye and ear

ACCOUNTANCY

Introduction to Accounting

ACCOUNTANCY- Financial Accounting, Part I&II, NCERT

Theory base of Accounting

Recording of Transactions – I

Recording of Transactions – II

Bank reconciliation Statement

Trial balance and Rectification of Error

Bills of Exchange

Financial Statements – I

Financial Statements – II

Accounts from Incomplete records

Computers in Accounting

Accounting and Database System

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Bank Reconciliation Statement with Adjusted Cash Book

Retirement of bill ,Renewal of bill

Difference between accounts from incomplete records and Statement of Affairs. Preparation of Trading, Profit and Loss account and Balance Sheet

Introduction to operating software, utility software and application software.
Introduction to accounting information system (AIS) as a part of Management
Information System.
● Stages in automation: (a) Accounting process in a computerised environment;
comparison between manual accounting process and computerised accounting
process, (b) Sourcing of accounting software; kinds of software: readymade
software; customised software and tailor-made software; generic considerations
before sourcing accounting software (c) creation of account groups and hierarchy

(d) generation of reports – trial balance, profit and loss account and balance shee

ECONOMICS

RT A: STATISTICS FOR ECONOMICS

TEXT BOOKS:- NCERT - Statistics for economics class XI, Sadeep Garg - Statistics for economics class XI, NCERT- Introductory micro economics, VK publications- Introductory Micro economics

UNIT 01

Introduction-Meaning scope and importance of statistics in Economics

UNIT 02
Collection, Organisation and Presentation of data

UNIT 03
Statistical tools and interpretation- Measured of central tendency, Measures of Dispersion, Correlation, Introduction to index numbers

UNIT 04
Introduction- Meaning of micro and macro economics, Positive and normative economics, Central problems of an economy, What, when and For whom to produce, Concept of PPC and opportunity cost

UNIT 05
Consumer’s equilibrium and Demand, Utility approach, IC approach, Demand and elasticity of demand

UNIT 06
Producer Behaviour and supply, production function, law of variable proportion, Cost, revenue, producer’s equilibrium, Supply and elasticity of supply.

UNIT 07
Forms of market and Price determination under perfect competition marke

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Measures of Dispersion- Range, quartile deviation and Mean deviation.
Correlation- Spearman’s rank correlation.
Indux number- Indux number for industrial production

Production possibility curve

Producer’s equilibrium- MC=MR approach

Others forms of market- Monopoly, Monopolistic competition and Oligopoly

COMMERCIAL ART NCERT- HISTORY OF INDIAN ART XI Part 1, Reference- Full Circle

Drawing

Lettering

Still Life-Object Study, Border, Composition

Lay Out-Typography

Six limbs of Indian Art Painting and Fundamental of Visual Arts (Elements and Principles)

Unit – 1 – Pre Historic Art, Rock painting, and Art of the  Indus valley civilization

Unit – 2 Buddhist, Jain, and Hindu Art – The art during Mauryan, Shunga, Kushana, and Gupta Periods. The Art of Ajanta Caves

Unit – 3 – Temple Sculptures, Bronzes and Artistic Aspects of Indo – Islamic Architecture

Nature Study

Composition-Human Anatomy

Portfolio

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Drawing from still-life and Nature, medium – pencil monochrome/color

i. Study of lettering of Roman and Devnagri scripts ii. Identification of some typefaces and their sizes

Object study – forms and basic shapes, light and shade.

Making a simple layout with lettering as the main

Introduction of Visual Art – Elements and principles- Drawing, Shapes and Forms, painting, dimensions, perspective, proportion, color, tone of the color, texture, composition, visibility, expressions, alignment

A. Wizard’s Dance, Bimbethka. B. Harappa and Mohenjo-daro. Dancing Girl, Male Torso, Mother Goddes, Unicorn Bull, and Painted Earthern ware

A. Lion Capital, Chauri Bearer, Bodhisattva Head, Seated Buddha, Seated Buddha from saranath, Jain Tirthankara. B. The art of Ajanta Cave – Padmapani

Word writing – composing space,

A. Descent of Ganga, Ravana Shaking Mount Kailash, Trimurti in Elephanta cave, Lakshmi Narayana, Cymbal Player, Mother and Child. B. Bronzes – Method of casting (Solid and hollow), Nataraja (Chola Period), Devi Uma (Chola Period). C. Indo – Islamic Architecture – Qutab Minar (Delhi), Taj Mahal (Agra), Gol Gumbad of Bijapur

Shape and form, Colours – Pencil monochrome/colour

Basic Human actions, proportions, monochrome shading

Record of entire year’s performance from sketch to finished product.

COMMERCIAL ART NCERT- HISTORY OF INDIAN ART XI Part 1, Reference- Full Circle

1 . Understanding oneself–Adolescence 
2. Understanding family, community, and  society

3. Childhood

4.Adulthood

Practicals related to all concepts

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Yarm and fabric Production Textile Finishing

Relationship and interaction with significant others Work Worker and workplace

Care and education

 

PSYCHOLOGY [NCERT TEXT]

What is psychology

Methods of enquiry in Psychology

The Bases of human behavior

Human development

Sensory, Attentional & Perceptual processes [SAP]

Learning

Human memory 

 

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Visual Sensation and Auditory sensation

Concept Learning, Transfer of learning, Learning styles & Application of learning

Knowledge Representation & Organization in Memory

Removal of 1 experiment out of 2

SOCIOLOGY [NCERT TEXT]

Sociology and society

1. INTRODUCING SOCIOLOGY 2. UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY

Terms, Concepts, and Their Use in Sociology

Understanding Social Institutions

Culture and socialisation

social Change and Social Order in Rural and Urban Society

Indian sociologists

introducing Western Sociologists

 

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Doing Sociology-Research Methods

social Structure, Stratification and Social Processes In Society

ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Changing trends & career in physical education

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Competition in Various sports at the National &International level.

Textbook-Health and Physical Education (vishvas publication) Chaudary-K- Chaudary

Nature and Sources of Law

Historical Evolution of the Indian Legal System

.Judiciary: Constitutional, Civil and Criminal Courts and Process

Family Justice System

Project on Unit 2

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Concept of State and Nation

Nature and Meaning of law

Administration of Justice in British India

Children

Property, Succession & Inheritance

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Curriculum Handbook - Level 1 AI Curriculum Handbook - Level II Employability Skills


1: Introduction: AI for everyone

2: AI Applications & Methodologies

3: Math for AI

4: AI Values (Ethical decision-making)

5: Introduction to Storytelling

6: Critical & Creative Thinking

7: Data Analysis 8: Regression

9: Classification & Clustering

10: AI Values Employability

Employability Skills:

1: Communication Skills – III

2: Self-management skills – III

3: Basics of ICT Skills – III

4: Entrepreneurial Skills – III

5: Green Skills – III

June & July

Monsoon Magic!

ENGLISH

Rain in Summer (Poem) Grammar – Subject and Predicate , Verbs

Raindrops (prose) Poetry (An Introduction)

MALAYALAM
Appreciating the beauty of rain, know about types of rain (Mazhamozhi ), Grammar- Plurals,Adjectives and Padhasudhi.

Monsoon and farming.Dignity oflabour, Riddles and puzzles onfarming (Mannile Nidhi). Grammar- Vakyam(Karthavu-Karmam-Kriya), Rearranging sentences

HINDI

Mann ke Bhole Bhale Baadal. Grammar-Sangya Visheshan, paryay,vilom.viram chinh, Vakaya,Anuvad,Creative writing

Chitra varnan, comprehension passage,creative writing,samaan tuk wale shabd.

FRENCH
Bienvenue en France – Introduction to France and its culture.
Didou apprend le francais – Alphabets. How to greet someone. How to thank someone.
MATH

*Understanding 5 and 6 digit nos: Number names, express numbers in different ways, comparison of nos, Multipliction by multiples of 10 (Building with bricks)

*Units of length- cm, mm, km word problems on additionand subtraction of units of length (Long and short)

SCIENCE

Introduction- Water exists in the three states of matter on earth.Matter, states of matter ,water cycle, solutions, solvent and solutes. Purification methods of water

SOCIAL STUDIES

WATER – *Sources of water. *What is a river? *Importance and uses of rivers. *A river’s course. *Types of rivers. *Major rivers of India. *Causes and effects of Water pollution. *Water Conservation