ICSE Class 7 Science Syllabus

 

The Council of the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) is the board of examination that conducts examination for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Examination (ICSE) for classes upto 10th.

Class 7th hold to be one of the most important class, as various topics are introduced in 7th that helps students in basic conceptual building. One of the most important subject is the subject of Science where students get familiar to the various topics that are used in everyday life by human. Even various experiments all over the world is carried out based on these concepts. Having a good knowledge of the syllabus can help students to study along the flow, as well as helps students in time-management, in order to decide the time to be given for different topics. This helps them to improve in the subject.

1. Measurement

(i) Mass

(ii) Weight

(iii) Density

(iv) Relative Density

(v) Variations In Densities Of Liquids And Gases With Temperature

(vi) Floating, Sinking And Density

2. Motion

(i) Rest And Motion

(ii) Types Of Motion

(iii) Simple Pendulum

(iv) Second’s Pendulum

(v) Uniform And Non-Uniform Motion

(vi) Scalar And Vector Quantities

(vii) Distance And Displacement

(viii) Speed And Velocity

(ix) Acceleration Of Freely Falling Bodies

3. Sound

(i) Production Of Sound

(ii) Propagation Of Sound

(iii) Reflection Of Sound

(iv) Echo

(v) Sonar-An Application Of Echo

(vi) Characteristics Of Sound

(vii) Musical Instruments

(viii) Noise Pollution

4. Heat

(i) Effects Of Heat

(ii) Temperature And Its Measurement

(iii) Qualities Of A Good Thermometer

(iv) Temperature Scales And Their Interconversion

(v) Thermal Expansion

(vi) Thermal Expansion Of Solids

(vii) Thermal Expansion Of Liquids

(viii) Thermal Expansion Of Gases

(ix) Transfer Of Heat

(x) Conduction

(xi) Good And Bad Conductors

(xii) Convection

(xiii) Radiation

(xiv) The Thermos Flask

5. Light And Shadows

(i) Sources Of Light

(ii) Transparent, Translucent And Opaque Bodies Or Mediums

(iii) Rays And Beams

(iv) Rectilinear Propagation Of Light

(v) Pinhole Camera

(vi) Shadow

(vii) Eclipse – Shadows Formed By Heavenly Bodies

6. Reflection Of Light

(i) Regular And Diffuse Reflection

(ii) Laws Of Reflection

(iii) Formation Of Images By A Plane Mirror

(iv) Spherical Mirrors

(v) Ray Diagrams

(vi) Images Formed By A Concave Mirrors

(vii) Images Formed By A Convex Mirrors

(viii) Uses Of Concave And Convex Mirrors

7. Electricity

(i) Electric Current

(ii) Sources Of Electricity

(iii) Electric Circuits And Circuit Diagrams

(iv) Electricity At Home

(v) Household Wiring System

(vi) Electrical Connection In The House

(vii) Electrical Hazards

(viii) Precautions – Safety Devices In Electrical Connections

(ix) Effects Of Electric Current

(x) Conservation Of Electricity

8. Introduction To Chemistry-Matter

(i) Introduction To Chemistry

(ii) Chemical Apparatus

(iii) States Of Matter

(iv) Simple Demonstrations To Study The States Of Matter

(v) Molecular Nature Of Matter

(vi) Simple Demonstrations To Study The Molecular Nature Of Matter

(vii) Interconversion Of Matter

9. Physical And Chemical Changes

(i) Introduction

(ii) Examples Of Physical And Chemical Changes

10. Properties Of Matter-Elements, Compounds And Mixtures

(i) Introduction-Properties Of Substances

(ii) Physical Properties-Of Important Substances

(iii) Pure Substances-Elements And Compounds

(iv) Impure Substances-Mixtures

(v) Purification Of Substances-Separation Of Mixtures

11. Fundamental Chemistry-Chemical Terminology

(i) Introduction

(ii) The Atom

(iii) Symbol

(iv) Chemical Formula-Valency

(v) The Symbols And Valency Chart-Of Some Common Elements

(vi) Ion

(vii) Writing A Chemical Formula

(viii) Chemical Equations

(ix) Balancing A Chemical Equations

(x) Chemical Reactions

(xi) Simple Problems-Molecular Weight And Percentages Composition

12. Oxygen And Oxides

(i) Air-Introduction-To Air

(ii) Air-Simple Experiments With Air

(iii) Air-A Mixture

(iv) Oxygen-Introduction-To Oxygen

(v) Preparation Of Oxygen-Laboratory Method

(vi) Other Methods Of Preparation Of Oxygen

(vii) Properties Of Oxygen-General

(viii) Properties Of Oxygen-Oxides

(ix) Uses Of Oxygen

13. Hydrogen

(i) Introduction

(ii) Preparation Of Hydrogen-Laboratory Method

(iii) General Methods Of Preparation Of Hydrogen

(iv) Properties Of Hydrogen

(v) Uses Of Hydrogen

14. Matter

(i) Introduction-To Water

(ii) Natural Water

(iii) Purification Of Natural Water

(iv) Properties Of Water-Physical

(v) Properties Of Water-Chemical

(vi) Tests For Water

(vii) Solutions

(viii) Solubility Of Solids. Liquids And Gases In Water

15. Acids, Bases And Salts

(i) Introduction-Acids, Bases And Salts

(ii) Acids-Sources, Preparation, Dissociation Of Acids

(iii) Acids-Properties Of Acids

(iv) Acids-Uses Of Acids

(v) Bases-Properties Of Bases

(vi) Bases-Uses Of Bases

(vii) Salts

(viii) Salts-Uses Of Salts

16. Basic Biology

(i) Discovery Of The Cell

(ii) Cell Theory

(iii) Number Of Cells

(iv) Shape Of Cells

(v) Size Of Cells

(vi) Structure Of A Cell

(vii) Animal Cell

(viii) Plant Cell

(ix) Differences Between Plant Cell And Animal Cell

(x) Cell Division

17. Organisation In Living Beings

(i) Levels Of Organization

(ii) Plant Tissues

(iii) Animal Tissues

18. Movement In Animals And Plants

(i) Types Of Movement

(ii) Locomotion In Microscopic Organisms

(iii) Locomotion In Some Invertebrates

(iv) Locomotion In Some Vertebrates

(v) Movement In Human Body

(vi) Role Of Muscles In Movement

(vii) Movement In Plants

19. Nutrition In Animals And Plants

(i) Modes Of Nutrition

(ii) Classes Of Food-Types Of Nutrients

(iii) A Balanced Diet

(iv) Food Fads

(v) Food Additives

(vi) Nutrition In Plants

(vii) Nutrients For Plants

(viii) Diseases In Plants

20. Ingestion, Digestion, Absorption And Assimilation

(i) The Digestive System In Humans

(ii) The Process Of Digestion

(iii) The Process Of Nutrition In Humans

21. Respiration And Excretion In Animals And Plants

(i) The Process Of Respiration

(ii) Types Of Respiration

(iii) Respiratory Organs Of Some Animals

(iv) The Respiratory System In Humans

(v) Respiration In Plants

(vi) Transpiration In Plants

(vii) The Process Of Excretion

(viii) Excretion In Humans

(ix) Excretion In Plants

22. Life Under A Microscope

(i) What Are Microorganisms ?

(ii) Bacteria

(iii) Algae

(iv) Protozoa

(v) Fungi

(vi) Viruses

(vii) Conditions Necessary For The Growth Of Microorganisms

(viii) Useful Microorganisms

(ix) Harmful Microorganisms

(x) Prevention Of Spoilage Of Food

(xi) Preventive Measures To Avoid Infection


Practise This Question

Plants absorb water using fine structures on roots called _________.