MSBSHSE class 6 Syllabus Maths Syllabus
|Topic Number||Topic name|
|2||The Use of Letters in Place of Numbers|
|3||Order of Operations and the Use of Brackets|
|4||Point, Line, Plane|
|6||Pairs of Angles|
|8||Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers|
|9||Decimal Fractions – Division|
|10||Squares and Square Roots|
|11||Ratio and Proportion|
|13||Profit and Loss|
|15||Equations in One Variable|
|20||Properties of Triangles|
MSBSHSE class 6 Syllabus Science Syllabus
The Living World
1. Observing the various components of the surroundings.
2. Explaining the importance and necessity of the classification of living things.
3. Classifying the various components of the surroundings on the basis of their characteristics and other attributes.
4. Classifying living things on the basis of their similarities, differences and characteristics.
5. Giving examples of plants and animals according to their different characteristics.
6. Making notes about animals in the surroundings – domestic, wild and those that are a nuisance, and giving reasons for such categorization.
Natural Resources and Disaster Management
1. Learning about the importance and uses of air, water and land.
2. Obtaining information about the proportions of the various constituents of air, water and land.
3. Explaining with reasons the need for the appropriate use of natural resources.
4. Obtaining samples of soil from different locations and noting down observations about their colour and differences in the size of particles.
5. Explaining the meaning of ‘disaster’ and the reasons why they occur.
6. Classifying disasters as man-made or natural, from a study of instances of their occurrence.
7. Suggesting ways of preventing disasters.
8. Stating ways of using technology to prevent damage in case of a disaster, and acting accordingly if the need arises.
1. Explaining the characteristics of the three states of substances.
2. Understanding the effect of heat on the state of a substance.
3. Relating the phenomenon of change of state to its application in daily life
4. Verifying the properties of substances and their uses.
5. Giving examples of metals used in day-to-day life and verifying their properties.
6. Observing a variety of substances found in the surroundings and determining whether they are natural or man-made.
7. Understanding the process of production of paper, rubber and synthetic yarn.
Motion, Force, Machines
1. Explaining the concept of motion and giving day-to-day examples of motion.
2. Understanding the differences between the different types of motion.
3. Classifying the different types of force by observing examples of force in everyday life.
4. Observing machines in day-to-day use and classifying them as simple or complex machines.
5. Verifying the utility of simple machines and giving examples of their uses in everyday life.
6. Helping in the maintenance of machines used in their homes.
Diet and Nutrition
1. Understanding that food is necessary for obtaining energy as well as for fighting diseases.
2. Changing one’s dietary habits.
3. Understanding the differences between nutrition, malnutrition, and overnutrition and suggesting measures for preventing deficiency diseases.
4. Explaining the structure and importance of the human skeletal system and the skin.
5. Drawing diagrams of the skeletal system, bones, joints and the skin.
1. Explaining the concepts of work and energy and their inter-relationship.
2. Classifying energy resources and using them in daily life.
3. Giving methods of saving energy; relating energy resources and energy transformations to daily life.
4. Explaining the phenomenon of sound and the production of sound.
5. Understanding the causes and effects of noise pollution and implementing the remedies for it in daily life.
6. Explaining the concept of light and classifying the various sources of light as natural or man-made.
7. Verifying that light is propagated in straight lines.
8. Constructing a pinhole camera and observing how light travels through it.
9. Having fun casting shadows and understanding the scientific principle behind it.
10. Verifying the properties and characteristics of magnets by doing experiments.
11. Classifying magnets, giving their uses and stating their importance in daily life
1. Learning about the universe and its various components.
2. Studying and comparing the galaxies, stars, planets, satellites, asteroids, comets and meteors that exist in the universe.
3. Making models of the various components of the universe.
4. Understanding the scientific principles underlying the various events occurring in the universe and explaining them to others.
|Topic Number||Topic name|
|1||Our Natural Resources|
|2||Diversity in Living Things and their Classification|
|4||The Living World|
|5||Substances in Daily Use|
|6||Substances in the Surroundings – Their States and Properties|
|7||Nutrition and Diet|
|8||Our Skeletal System and the Skin|
|9||Motion and Types of Motion|
|10||Characteristics and Classification of Living Things|
|11||Parts of Plants and their Structure|
|12||Force and Types of Force|
|13||Work and Energy|
|15||Measurement & Estimates of Measurements|
|17||Methods of Separating Substances|
|20||Our Earth and its Special Features|
MSBSHSE class 6 Geography Syllabus
The Earth and the Graticule
- To visualize the angular distances in three dimensions. (Logical thinking)
- To identify the difference between parallels and meridians. (Comparison)
- Understanding the important parallels like 0°, 23°30′, 66° 30’and 90° and meridians like 0° and 180°.(Causality)
- To locate a place on a globe and a map with the help of the graticule. (Comprehension of distances,map literacy)
- To describe the location of the school in terms of latitude and longitude with the help of technology.(Use of technology)
Weather, Climate and Temperature
- To tell the difference between weather and climate (Comparison)
- To identify the various elements of weather (Correlation)
- To read the thermometer in degrees Celsius (Skill)
- To explain isotherms (Analysis)
- To describe temperature by using isotherms on a map (Graphical literacy, map literacy)
- To take into account the curvature of the isotherm while interpreting it (Causality)
- To understand the global distribution of temperature on the basis of thermal zones (Logical thinking)
Importance of Oceans
- To understand the importance of oceans (Analysis)
- To explain the importance of oceans to mankind with examples. (Geographical viewpoint)
- To understand the reasons behind marine pollution. (Geographical viewpoint, causality)
Rocks and Rock Types
- To collect various rock samples. (Collection)
- To define a rock. (Analysis)
- To tell the differences in rock types. (Classification)
- To understand the distribution of rock types in Maharashtra with the help of a map. (Map literacy)
- To describe what a resource is. (Analysis)
- To give examples of natural resources obtained from the earth. (Logical thinking)
- To explain the utility and use of natural resources (Geographical viewpoint)
- To explain why judicious use of the reserves of natural resources is necessary. (Causality)
- To give examples of various energy resources. (Analysis)
- To classify the energy resources. (Critical thinking)
- To give examples of process-based and substance-based energy resources. (Causality)
- To explain the measures taken for avoiding energy crisis. (Problem solving)
- To comprehend the necessity to use power judiciously. (Causality, geographical reasons)
- To know the distribution of major energy resources through maps. (Map literacy)
- To define an occupation. (Analysis)
- To tell the differences between various occupations. (Comparison)
- To classify various human occupations. (Critical thinking)
- To explain the characteristics of various occupations. (Logical thinking)
- To understand the correlation between various occupations. (Causality)
- To understand the distribution of various occupations from the given pie-charts. (Inference )
Comparison between a Globe and a Map
- To tell the difference between a globe and a map. (Comparison)
- To understand the difference between uses of maps and globes. (Causality)
- To tell the utilities of maps and globes. (Three-dimensional understanding, map literacy)
- To observe various occupations. (Observation)
- To find out information regarding various occupations. (Collection)
- To verify information given in the textbook during field visits. (Application)
- To clearly understand the relation between various occupations. (Causality)
MSBSHSE class 6 History Syllabus
1. Geographical conditions and the course of history
- To understand that geographical conditions influence human life.
- To see how history and geography are inter-related.
2. An introduction to the sources of the study of ancient Indian history
- To be able to identify by observation, the sources of history.
- To compile sources of history.
- To classify sources of history.
- To make efforts to conserve historical artefacts and structures and to motivate others to do so.
3. Harappan Civilization – To compare today’s town planning with that of the Harappan period.
- To understand how systematic and comprehensive the drainage system of the Harappan period was.
- To learn about the way of life and trade of the Harappan period.
4. Vedic Culture – To learn about the literature of the Vedic period.
- To learn about the way of life during the Vedic period.
- To learn about the ‘ashrama’ system.
- To discuss the social status of women of ancient India.
5. The religious trends in ancient India
- Respect for all religions.
- Identifying the commonalities between the teachings of all religions.
- To understand the importance of the Teachings of Vardhaman Mahavir and Gautama Buddha.
- To understand that secularism and a humanitarian attitude are the highest values.
6. Janapadas and Mahajanapadas
- To show the locations of the janapadas and mahajanapadas on a map.
- To learn about the republic system of the janapadas and mahajanapadas in ancient India.
- To understand the changing nature of the forms of government.
7. India of the Maurya Period –
- To learn that India had established relations with Greece and Iran and how that led to mutual exchanges between India and these countries.
- To learn about the well-run administration of the Maurya period.
- To learn about the works undertaken by Emperor Ashoka for the welfare of his subjects
- To learn about ancient Indian art and literature.
8. Ancient States in the North – To learn about the political, economic, social and cultural life of this period.
- To learn about travellers from foreign countries who came to India.
- To learn about the dynasties which ruled in the northeast of India.
9. Ancient States in the South – To learn about the dynasties of this period.
- To learn about the cultural progress made during this period.
- To understand that India had cultural relations with Southeast Asia during the Pallava period.
10. Ancient India : Cultural
- To learn about the progress of ancient Indian art and literature.
- To learn about the progress made by Indians in the field of Mathematics and Science.
- To learn about the way of life of the people of this period.
- To explain the progress made during this period in the field of academics.
11. Ancient India and the World –
- To learn about the mutual exchanges between the Indian civilization and other civilizations.
- To understand that human knowledge is enriched by a give and take of ideas and by cultural exchange.
MSBSHSE class 6 Civics Syllabus
- To develop an attitude of respect for rules and discipline through mutual co-operation between the various sections of society.
- Understanding that individuals, families and institutions together make up a society.
- To be able to see that, although there are people who speak different languages and follow different religions in India, there is unity among them all.
- To understand the necessity for equality of all religions for the sake of national unity.
2. Regulation of Society: Regulation in Rural Areas
- To understand that participation of every individual is important in addressing public issues.
- To understand that women participate actively in the Gram Sabha.
- To obtain information about the Panchayat Samiti and office bearers of administration.
- To obtain information about the Zilla Parishad office bearers and its administration.
- To understand that local government bodies are the foundation of democracy.
3. Regulation of Society: Regulation in Urban Areas
- To understand the structure and functions of the urban local government bodies.
- To obtain information about the administration and office bearers of the urban local government bodies.
- To understand that the problems in rural and urban areas are different.
4. District Administration
- To understand the role of the District Collector in District Administration
- To obtain information about the District Police administration
- To understand the importance of the judiciary
- To understand that local administration is meant for the welfare of the people
- To understand that in disaster management, participation of the people is as important as that of the Administration.
MSBSHSE Class 6 English Syllabus
- Understand and enjoy simplesongs, poems, skits, plays,stories, etc.
- Listen attentively to English programmes like news, interviews, etc.
- Understand English spoken in the surroundings.
- Follow announcements in familiar situations.
- Recite familiar songs and poems effectively.
- Respond to questions,enquiries, etc. appropriately.
- Ask polite questions to seek information.
- Describe people, places, processes, etc.
- Narrate a known story.
- Use role-specific language in conversations.
- Develop presentation skills through live demonstrations, elocution competitions, interviews, plays, etc.
- Read aloud using proper pauses, pace and volume.
- Read aloud poems and songsfor enjoyment.
- Read children’s literature with pleasure.
- Read silently with comprehension.
- Read and understand simple notices, charts,tables and other graphic presentations.
- Read in order to obtain information.
- Write neatly and legibly.
- Write a few sentences to dictation correctly.
- Form a set of instructions.
- Form a set of questions.
- Write simple informal messages.
- Write detailed answers based on informative passages.
- Write a short and simple report based on a survey.
- Write an informal letter.
- Attempt creative writing.
- Use dictionaries to find meaning, usage, etc.
- Use printed and electronic reference materials.
- Present the main points or outline of a passage, story, etc.
- Present given information in a graphic as well as verbal form.
- 5. Make notes for personal reference while reading / listening to a text.
- 6. Translate simple and short texts.
- Identify the main parts of speech.
- Get acquainted with certain idioms.
- Use familiar idioms in speech and writing.
- Use regular plural forms correctly.
- Use simple tense forms.
- Understand simple word formation processes.
- Identify basic types of sentences (statements, exclamations, questions and commands or orders).
- Use different forms of adverbs and adjectives.