Class 6 JKBOSE Science syllabus

Syllabus is a great tool, assisting in learning. It helps integrate resources in daily agenda and thus plan up in accordance. This enables students as well as teachers in a classroom setup to preview sessions together. It helps track learning activities and actions enlightening teachers about progress of students. Aligning syllabus and guidelines through growth is ideal. Writing curriculum and syllabus is taken care by the board which is handled by subject matter experts having immense knowledge in the respective fields.

Importance of Syllabus

  • Forms as an effective learning tool
  • Lays a foundation for teachers and students
  • Helps in organization of classes
  • Lays set of expectations
  • Provides detailed description of the course
  • Helps manage time by providing time frame in which a topic is expected to be completed
  • Provides information on reference books and resources
  • Helps students to understand their necessary course of action
  • Provides various ways in which students can be assessed

Science is the world around us. It helps us discover facts with the knowledge acquired over the years hence emphasis is laid on developing potential of students and are given wings to understand how a student thinks and his imagination and interpretation to various occurrences. Science invokes a lot of questions in young minds and makes them curious, it helps in developing life skills . Alos, it helps find field of interest in students which inturn provides a platform for exploration in various fields.

Young science enthusiasts are deeply inspired by effective learning methodologies. Along with this, they also take an interest in teaching methodologies and observe classroom scenarios to deduce various phenomena.

Find below the revised science syllabus for class 6 prescribed by the JKBOSE for the academic year 2018-19.

Science Syllabus

Chapter 1

Food Where does it come from

Chapter 2

Components of Food

Chapter 3

Fibre to fabric

Chapter 4

Sorting materials into groups

Chapter 5

Separation of substances

Chapter 6

Changes around us

Chapter 7

Getting to know plants

Chapter 8

Body movements

Chapter 9

The Living organisms and their surroundings

Chapter 10

Motion and measurement of substances

Chapter 11

Light, shadows and reflections

Chapter 12

Electricity and circuits

Chapter 13

Fun with magnets

Chapter 14

Water

Chapter 15

Air around us

Chapter 16

Garbage in, Garbage out


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