Seasons Primer B Term 3

Primary

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ISBN:

9780199464005

Publication date:

03/11/2015

Paperback

Price: 365.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199464005

Publication date:

03/11/2015

Paperback

First Edition

Part of Seasons Term Series

Dr Chinna Oomman & Priya Bharat and Sheila Subbramanian

Seasons Term course is based on the guidelines of National Curriculum Framework for School Education, 2005. The course is well-graded and meets the curricular expectations at the primary level. The contents and the key features of the course are designed to develop learning skills in a progressive manner. It broadly conforms to the guidelines of Learning Indicators (NCERT, 2014).

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First Edition

Part of Seasons Term Series

Dr Chinna Oomman & Priya Bharat and Sheila Subbramanian

Description

Seasons Term series is a set of fifteen books (three for each level and one per term) for Classes 1 to 5 with the core subjects—English, Mathematics, EVS/Science, Social Studies, and General Knowledge. The course is based on the guidelines provided in the National Curriculum Framework for School Education, 2005. The course is well-graded and meets the curricular expectations at the primary level. The contents and the key features of the course are designed to develop learning outcomes in a progressive manner. It broadly conforms to the guidelines of Learning Indicators (NCERT, 2014).

First Edition

Part of Seasons Term Series

Dr Chinna Oomman & Priya Bharat and Sheila Subbramanian

First Edition

Part of Seasons Term Series

Dr Chinna Oomman & Priya Bharat and Sheila Subbramanian

Features

• Warm up —exercises that act as an introduction to the chapter • Recall —a chapter-end flowchart that summarizes the key points of the chapter • Think and Answer —questions that promote Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) • Activities —fun and easy-to-do activities to enhance the learning experience • Chapter-end exercises —a range of factual and inferential questions to reinforce learning • Worksheets —two worksheets per semester that aid in assessment and learning • Projects — activities based on an integrated approach • Values and Life Skills —thought-provoking exercises to inculcate values and develop essential life skills • Problem Solving Assessment —concept and application-based MCQs to assess the learner's ability to analyse real-life situations • Let's Revise —comprehensive end-semester exercises to aid in revision and to assess learning • Seasons Challenge —an activity booklet for students with a range of worksheets for learning and assessment • Teacher's Resource Books —a support material for teachers

First Edition

Part of Seasons Term Series

Dr Chinna Oomman & Priya Bharat and Sheila Subbramanian

First Edition

Part of Seasons Term Series

Dr Chinna Oomman & Priya Bharat and Sheila Subbramanian

Description

Seasons Term series is a set of fifteen books (three for each level and one per term) for Classes 1 to 5 with the core subjects—English, Mathematics, EVS/Science, Social Studies, and General Knowledge. The course is based on the guidelines provided in the National Curriculum Framework for School Education, 2005. The course is well-graded and meets the curricular expectations at the primary level. The contents and the key features of the course are designed to develop learning outcomes in a progressive manner. It broadly conforms to the guidelines of Learning Indicators (NCERT, 2014).

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