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SURAJ SCHOOL PATAUDI Instructions for the Holiday Home work:- Class -10 th (11 th June to 17 th June) Note:-Holidays Homework carries marks; hence submission of work post vacation is compulsory for all students. 1. Written Homework of all the subjects: - Hindi, English, Science, Mathematics, Social Science is to be done as per the instructions. 2. The Holiday work must be done in a very neat and presentable manner. 3. The child will be assessed for the handwriting, presentation, neatness, completion of all the given questions, indexing of the work. 4. Enrich your vocabulary by learning the vocabulary words from Hindi & English textual books. 5. Subject teachers have further imparted specific Instructions for their subjects. Before attempting the question, you must read them thoroughly. Enjoy a great summer vacation!!!

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Page 1: SURAJ SCHOOL PATAUDI

SURAJ SCHOOL PATAUDI

Instructions for the Holiday Home work:-

Class -10th

(11th

June to 17th

June) Note:-Holidays Homework carries marks; hence submission of work post vacation is compulsory for all

students. 1. Written Homework of all the subjects: - Hindi, English, Science, Mathematics, Social Science is to be done

as per the instructions. 2. The Holiday work must be done in a very neat and presentable manner. 3. The child will be assessed for the handwriting, presentation, neatness, completion of all the given questions,

indexing of the work. 4. Enrich your vocabulary by learning the vocabulary words from Hindi & English textual books. 5. Subject teachers have further imparted specific Instructions for their subjects. Before attempting the

question, you must read them thoroughly.

Enjoy a great summer vacation!!!

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ENGLISH Q1- Why did lencho write a letter to God? Who received the letter and what did he do? Q2-Write the character sketch of lencho. Q3-Do you think tricky was happy to go home? What do you think will happen now? Q4-Give a brief character sketch of Anil on the basis of your reading of The thief story.

Q-5 Write the summary of the poem ‘A tiger in the zoo'. Q6 Write an article on the topic ‘child labour'.

Q7 You are Rajan living at 23 new friends Nagar Delhi. Write a letter to the postmaster of your locality

complaining that you have not received the gift parcel send to you buy your brother from USA. Q8 complete the story in 150 to 200 words. Give a suitable title to your story It was 11:45 p.m. I was alone at home suddenly I hear a knock on the

door…….

MATH

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SCIENCE

SUBJECT – PHYSICS

1. Name the mirror from which the image obtained is always virtual and small. 2. The radius of curvature of a concave mirror is 45cm. Find its focal length. 3. If the size of image obtained by spherical mirror is twice the size of an object, identify the kind of mirror. 4. For which position of an object, a concave mirror gives same size inverted image? 5. Name the mirror which has a wider field of view. 6. What is the focal length of a plane mirror? 7. What are the values of the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection for an incident ray of light normal to the surface? 8. Name the type of mirror used:- (i) as a reflector in search light (iii) by the dentist (ii) as side view mirror in vehicles. (iv) as a shaving mirror Give reason for each of the above

Biology: 1.(i) Write the balanced chemical equation for the process of photosynthesis,

(ii) When do the desert plants take up carbon dioxide and perform photosynthesis ? 2.State the role of the following in human digestive system : (i) Digestive enzymes (ii) Hydrochloric acid (iii) Villi 3. How are water and minerals transported in plants ? 4.Write correct sequence of four steps of method for the preparation of temporary mount of a stained leaf peel. 5. Draw a diagram of human respiratory system and label on it : (i) Diaphragm (ii) Larynx 6. Draw a schematic representation of transport and exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in human body. 7.What would be the consequences of deficiency of hemoglobin in your body? 8. List in tabular form three differences between arteries and veins

SUBJECT – CHEMISTRY

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SOCIAL SCIENCE

Q.1 what step did the French revolutionary take to create a sense of collective identity among the

French people?

Q.2 Why did the people in eighteen century in Europe think that print culture would bring

enlightment and end despotism ?

Q.3 Describe in a few words how Europe changed at the end of the eighteenth century.

Q.4 Explain how public sector contribute in the growth of a country?

Q.5 What was the impact of print culture on the poor people of India during the 19th century?

Explain.

Q.6. Explain the land use pattern in India and why has the land underforest not increased much

since 1960-61.

Take six maps of India (GEOGRAPHIOCAL) and indicate all these places on map seperatly.

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Class -10th

(18th

June to 24 th

June)

ENGLISH Q1-Describe the methods used by the seagull family to help the young seagull overcome his fear and fly. Q2-

What does Nelson Mandela say about courage love and hate ? How did Mandela hunger for freedom change

his life? Q3-Write an article on the topic health hazards caused by junk food.

Q4-You are Tarun / Tanisha ling at 120 Sohan Ganj sabji mandi Delhi. Write a letter to the editor of

the Hindustan Times drawing his attention to the poor voltage problem in your area. Q5-Complete the story in 150 to 200 words. Give a suitable title to your story... We were playing cricket in

a park. Suddenly I saw an old man just collapsing on the pavement. we all rushed to him….. Q6-Write a character sketch of the secret agent Ausable. Q7-Horace Danby clever but the lady in red was cleverer. Do you agree with this statement? Justify your

answer. Q8-Describe the various ways to recognise Asian lions Bengal tigers and Leopards.

MATH

SCIENCE

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SUBJECT – PHYSICS 1. Give the function of following parts of human eye- i) Iris ii)retina iii) ciliary muscles iv)eye lens 2. What do you mean by power of accommodation of human eye? 3 What is presbyopia? ii)Give the cause of presbyopia? How can it be corrected?

4. Name two type of light sensitive cells that are present on the human retina and give the function of each? 5.. Define near point and far point of a normal human eye.? Write their value for a normal human eye. 6 What is persistence of vision? 7. What is cataract and how can it be corrected? Define angle of deviation. On what factors does it depend? 8. A person suffering from an eye defect uses lenses of power -1D to correct the defect. Name the defect is

suffering from and the nature of lens to be used to correct it

SUBJECT -CHEMISTRY

BIOLOGY 1. In human alimentary canal, name the site of complete digestion of various components of food. Explain the process of digestion. 2.(a) Draw a diagram to show open stomatal pore and label on it: (i) guard cells (ii) chloroplast (b) State two functions of stomata. (c) How do guard cells regulate the opening and closing of stomatal pore? 3.Name the acid presents in the following: (i) Tomato (ii) Vinegar (iii) Tamarind 4.Explain how does the exchange of gases occur in plants across the surface of stems, roots and leaves. 5. Leaves of a healthy potted plant were coated with vaseline to block the stomata. Will this plant remain healthy for long? State three reasons for your answer. 6. Name the intermediate and the end products of glucose breakdown in aerobic respiration. 7. Explain the process of breakdown of glucose in a cell (ii) in the absence of oxygen. 8. What will happen to a plant if its xylem is removed?

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SOCIAL SCIENCE Q.1. Read the chapter Print Culture and The Modern World. Make one word questions and write their

answers also. Do the work in the register. Q.2. Trace the political map of India in 1947 and compare it with the map of India in 2013. Paste the map

in your civics copy. Q.3. Why is democracy the most successful form of government in the world. With examples, highlight the

topic and supplement the same with pictures. Q.4. Prepare a project on any one of the following topics;

(i) Tsunami (ii) Safer Constructive Practices (iii) Survival Skills (iv) Alternative communication systems during disasters (v) Sharing responsibility

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Class -10th

(25th

june to 30 th

june)

ENGLISH Q1-Write the summary of the poem The Ball Poem. Q2-Write an article on the topic Importance of computer for students

. Q3-Anne had loving parents and number of friends. Even then she thought that she was alone why? Q4-How did Peggy and Maddie react after Miss Mason read out Jan Petronski's letter to the class. Q5-Complete the story beginning with the given lines. An old man had two daughters. He loved both of them.

Once he asked them…….. Q6- You are Alok / Ankita living at 16 Mansarovar garden in Delhi. Write a letter to the rising incidents of

chain snatching and pickpocketing in your area.. Q7-Griffin was rather a lawless person. Comment. Q8-How did Ebrights mother encourage him to become a scientist? Which book proud to be a turning point

in Ebright's life?

MATH

SCIENCE

SUBJECT – PHYSICS

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1) A child while playing with his father’s spectacles, burnt a hole in a piece of paper by focusing a small

image of the sun on it. (i) What defect of vision his father is suffering from? (ii) Write two causes for this defect

(iii) Draw a ray diagram to show image formation by the defective eye? (iv) Draw a ray diagram showing corrected eye using proper lens.

2) How can we combine the components of white light after a prism has separated them? Explain

with diagram. 3) The near point of a hypermetropic person is 50cm.What is the power of the lens required to enable the

person to read clearly a book kept at a distance of 25cm from the eye? 4) Name the type of mirror used in the head lights of buses and cars . .At what position is the bulb placed in

them ? Why? 5) Draw a labelled diagram to show the formation of image by a convex lens of focal length 10cm when an

object is placed:– (i) at 20cm (ii) 10cm (iii) 5cm in front of it State the nature of image formed in each case 6) Draw a labelled diagram for path of ray of light through i) Rectangular Glass slab ii) triangular glass prism

7) Draw a diagram to show the path of the reflected ray of light when it is incident at the centre of curvature

of the spherical mirror? An object is placed at a distance of 20 cm from a concave mirror of focal length

10cm. Find the position and nature of the image. Draw a diagram for the above. 8) Explain the formation of rainbow in the sky with the help of a diagram. List the three phenomena

involved in proper sequence.

BIOLOGY 1.Name the component of blood that helps in the formation of blood clot in the event of a cut. 2. Draw a sectional view of the human heart and label on it – Aorta, Right ventricle and Pulmonary veins. 3. State the functions of the following components of transport system: (i) Blood (ii) Lymph 4.What is the advantage of separate channels in mammals and birds for oxygenated and deoxygenated blood? 5. State the roles of Liver and Pancreas. 6. Name two excretory products other than 02 and CO2 in plants. 7. How are the alveoli designed to maximise the exchange of gases? 8.What is saliva? State its role in the digestion of food.

SOCIAL SCIENCE

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Q.1 Why did different social groups join the Civil Disobedience Movement. Explain.

Q.2 when does a social difference becomes social division?

Q.3 what are the origins of social differences ? Explain with suitable example.

Q.4. Why did Mhatma Gandhi Decided to withdrew Non cooperation movement?

Q.5 Why did women in England attacked spinning jenny?

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