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THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK FOR THE SUMMER VACATION (2016-2017)

 CLASS-IX 

ENGLISH: 1)  Read the novel “Three Men in a Boat” and write a book review (PPT or in a file form) under

                          the giving heading: (Use Pictures wherever required)

  1. Title of the book
  2. About the author
  3. About Main characters
  4. Summary
  5. Character you admired most
  6. Theme

 2) Learn the given topics of Public Speaking (for 2 to 2.5 min.) to speak in the Morning Assembly.

MATHS:  Write a project report on the topic History of Pi ( ). (Use comment sheets and compile in a file)

  1.                   Do the MCQS (CCE Questions) Page nos. 33, 34, 35 and ex. 2A (page 51) from the book-    
  2.                   Mathematics by R.S Agarwal. (in the class work copy )
  3. 1.      SCIENCE:

        Chemistry: Do the given worksheet (in the class work copy)

        Physics:  Do the given worksheet (in the class work copy)

       Biology:  Make model on any one topic (Cell Membrane, Chloroplast, Nucleus, Mitochondria)

  1.                       Make notes on Simple and Complex Permanent Plant Tissue (in the class work copy )

SOCIAL STUDIES:    Why democracy is a better form of government? Explain In your scrap note book

 

 

 

_______________________­­­­HAPPY HOLIDAYS__________________________                        

 

 THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR

CLASS- IX (2016-17)

SUB: Chemistry                            WORKSHEET          SUMMER HOLIDAY HOME-WORK

Answer the following questions:

  1. What is a matter?
  2. What is matter made up of? What is the name of these particles?
  3. What are the physical states of matter?
  4. How much increase in pressure leads to formation or melting of ice?
  5. Why vaporization is a surface phenomenon?
  6. At what temperature vaporization takes place?
  7. Can solid have vapour phase?
  8. What is Sublimation?
  9. How can we boil water at room temperature?

10.  Why does ice float over water?

11.  Why do we feel cool after applying shave lotion or perfume?

12.  Why does evaporation cause cooling? 

13.  Convert 300 k into Celsius scale and -10 c into Kelvin scale.

14.  Name the property of gas due to which it is possible to fill it in cylinders for using as a fuel?

15.  Why does the smell of hot cooked food reach you several meters away within seconds?

16.  Give reasons to explain why it takes longer to dry wet clothes in humid weather?

17.  Why gases are compressible but not liquid?

18.  How does water kept in earthen pot becomes cool during summer?

19.  Define the terms Sublimation? Write the names of any two substances which sublime?

20.  Give two factors that affect the rate of evaporation?

21.  Which of the following is matter? (a) chair , air , love , smell , hate almond , thought, cold, cold-drinks, smell of perfume.

22.  Explain the following (a) Gasses exerts pressure on the walls of the container (b) Water is liquid at room temperature (c) Evaporation causes cooling

23.  Wax is heated in a china dish. How will the following change during heating  (a) Kinetic Energy of the particle  (b)Inter particle Distance

24.  You are provided with a mixture of Naphthalene and Ammonia Chloride by your teacher .Suggest an activity to separate them with well labeled diagram.

                                          (NOTE: This worksheet will be assessed in FA -2)

 

 

_______________________­­­­HAPPY HOLIDAYS__________________________

 

 THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR

CLASS- IX (2016-17)

SUB: Physics                                 WORKSHEET                      SUMMER HOLIDAY HOME-WORK

 

Q-1.A car travels from one station to another station with a speed of 30km/hr. and returns back from that station to previous station with a speed of 50km/hr. Find-(i) displacement, (ii) distance, (iii) average speed.

Q-2.Which force is necessary for U.C.M.?

Q-3.A ball is thrown vertically with a velocity of 29.4 m/s, find the time taken to reach at maximum height  and also calculate the maximum height reached.

Q-4.A train accelerates uniformly from 30 km/hr to 60 km/hr in 30 seconds. Calculate (i) the acceleration and (ii) the distance covered.

Q-5.A ball is dropped from the top of a tower of height 500 m. After how much time does it strike the ground? (g=10 m/s2)

Q-6.A bus starting from rest moves with a uniform acceleration of 0.2 m/s2 for 3 min. Find (i) the speed acquired (ii) the distance travelled.

Q-7. Differentiate between Uniform and Non-uniform Motion.

Q-8.Show all types of Velocity Time Graphs by neat and clean Graphs.

_______________________­­­­HAPPY HOLIDAYS__________________________




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