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             THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL KANPUR HOMEWORK FOR THE SUMMER VACATION (2019-20) 

GRADE: IX 

Name: ___________________________

ENGLISH

 

Do the given worksheet.

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MATHS

Do the given worksheet in your class work notebook.

SCIENCE

 

 

PHYSICS

 

Chapter-MOTION, examples-8.1 to 8.7, back exercise-1 to 8 problems from NCERT book, project on various graphs on motion.

CHEMISTRY

Do the given worksheet in your class work notebook.

BIOLOGY

 

1.Make notes of animal tissues in your notebook with diagrams

2.Make model of prokaryotic cell(roll no. 1 to 4)  activity of neuron(roll no.5 to 9), nitrogen cycle(roll no. 10 to 13), mitosis and meiosis(14 to 17) and effect of global warming(roll no.18 to 21)

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HISTORY

Prepare notes of The French Revolution.

Do Map work and solve worksheet in your class work notebook..

GEOGRAPHY

Prepare notes of India: Size and Location.

Do Map work and solve worksheet in your class work notebook..

CIVICS

Prepare notes of What is Democracy .Why Democracy.

Solve worksheet in your class work notebook..

ECONOMICS

Prepare a working Model

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR

 HOLIDAY HOMEWORK (2019 - 20)

SUBJECT: Chemistry                     CLASS: IX                              CHAPTER: Matter In Our Surrounding                                                    

Answer the following question:

  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. What does increase in pressure leads to formation or melting of ice?
  5. Why vaporization is  a surface phenomena?
  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 floats 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 due to which it is possible to fill 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 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.

                                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR 

                                                           HOLIDAY HOMEWORK (2019 - 20)

SUBJECT: Social Science                              CLASS: IX                  CHAPTER: The French Revolution

Short Answers (3 marks) 

1. The eighteenth century France witnessed the emergence of the middle class’. Who were they and what were their ideas?

2. Describe any three causes for the fall of the Jacobin government in France.

3. What do you understand by the term “Reign of Terror’?

4. Highlight the provisions of the constitution which was introduced after the fall of Jacobin club.

5. What role did women play during the revolutionary years?

6. Three items A, B, and C are shown in the given outline map of France. Identify these items with the help of following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.

i) Port related to slave trade    ii) Region not affected by the great fear iii) Epicenters of main panic movement

 

7. How was the system of Estates in French society organized?

8. What types of taxes were paid by the third estate in France?

9. How did France saw the subsistence crises during the old regime?

10. What was the significance of the storming of the Bastille?

11. What laws did the revolutionary government introduce to improve the lives of women?

12. Three items A, B, and C are shown in the given outline map of France. Identify these items with the help of following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.

i) Port related to slave trade    ii) Epicenters of main panic movement   iii) Epicenters of main panic movement

13. Why were women disappointed by the constitution of 1791 in France?

14. What do you know about the Estates General?

15. Who was Mirabeau?

16. Who was Abbe Sieyes?

17. Highlight the turmoil of countryside of France, when the National Assembly was busy at Versailles in drafting a new constitution.

18. How was the National Assembly recognized and how did it start exercising its powers?

19. Highlight any three steps taken by Robespierre to established equality in French Society?

20. What was the position of women in French society?

21. Highlight any three steps taken by Robespierre to established equality in French Society?

22. What was the position of women in French society?

23. Name some symbols used during French Revolution and what do they stand for?

24. What was Guillotine? By whom and why was it used?

25. How did France become a constitutional monarchy?

26. What was Directory? Why was it removed from France?

27. How could abolition of slavery become possible in France? Explain.

28. Explain three teaching of Rousseau which laid the foundations of democracy?

29. Draw up a list of any three Democratic Rights we enjoy today whose origins could be traced back to the French Revolution.                    

                                                           CHAPTER: What is Democracy? Why Democracy?

SHORT ANSWER  

1. What amendments did Pervez Musharraf bring in the constitution of Pakistan by issuing a legal framework order?

2. Pakistan under General Pervez Musharaff was a democratic country or non democratic. Give reasons.

3. ‘Some countries are not ready to give voting rights to its citizens’. Explain.

4. What dirty practices were used by IRP to win the elections in Mexico?

5. Name any two countries where elections are held regularly but they cannot be considered as democratic countries. Explain.

6. How is the dignity of citizens enhanced in democracy?

7. How do democracy provide platform to deal with differences and conflict?

8. Why is democracy considered the best form of government?

9. How does democracy allow us to correct its own mistakes?

10. How does democracy improve the quality of decision making?

11. Under what conditions government run after the elections?

12. Who was Robert Mugabe?

13. Write any three features of democratic elections.

14. Write any three drawbacks of non democratic elections.

15. Is India a democratic country? Write any three arguments in favour of your answer.

16. Assess any three conditions that applied to the way a democratic government is run after the elections.

17. Write any three basic principles of democracy.

18. Explain the difficulties faced by the people in a non democratic country.

19. How far is it correct to say that respect for citizen’s rights were not followed in Zimbabwe. Explain.

20. How far is it correct to say that respect for citizen’s rights were not followed in Pakistan. Explain.

21. How far is it correct to say that respect for citizen’s rights were not followed in China. Explain.

22. How far is it correct to say that respect for citizen’s rights were not followed in Mexico. Explain.

23. Why is representative democracy necessary?

24. What are the features of a good democracy?

25. Are elections sufficient to guarantee the existence of democratic government?

26. “Rulers and the rules, both are responsible for making of an ideal democracy”. Explain.

27. The army is the most disciplined and corruption free organization in the country. There for the army should rule the country. Give reason.

28. What is responsible government?

29. What do understand by political equality?

30. What do you understand by room for correction?

 

CHAPTER: India: Size and Location

SHORT ANSWERS

1. Name the southernmost point of India? Is it visible today?

2. Which is most important latitude of the country? Give reason.

3. Which is most important Longitude of the country? Give reason.

4. Why is the difference between the duration of day and night hardly felt at Kanyakumari but not so in Kashmir?

5. Why countries of the world selected their own Standard Meridians?

6. Two features A and B are marked in the given political map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.
i) Southernmost Point of India                       ii) Southernmost tip of Indian mainland
On the same political map locate and label the following                  iii) Easternmost meridian
7. Explain the major reason for the two hour time difference in the local time between Arunachal Pradesh and Gujarat?

8. Although the latitudinal and longitudinal extent of the mainland is about 30° the east west extent appears to be smaller than the north south extent. Why?

9. What is size of India? What is its rank with respect to the world in terms of size?

10. Why is India called a Subcontinent?

11. How can you say that India had close links with other parts of the world in ancient times?

12. Two features A and B are marked in the given political map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.
i) An island lying in the Arabian sea                           ii) An island lying in the Bay of Bengal
On the same political map locate and label the following state of India   iii) Telangana
13. State the reason for time lag between sunrises on the easternmost and the westernmost horizons of India.

14. List six countries of the world bigger than India.

15. Explain why Ahmadabad and Kolkata are able to see the noon sun exactly overhead in a year but not Delhi.

16. Write a short note on the location of India?

17. Write a short note on the location of India?

18. Two features A and B are marked in the given political map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.
i) The strait separating Sri Lanka from India                          ii) Northern most State
On the same political map locate and label the neighboring country    iii) Nepal
19. Explain the two types of states found in India before 1947.

20. India is the one of the ancient civilization of the world. Explain.

21. Name the Indian states which are situated on the eastern coast of India.

22. Name the Indian states which are situated on the western coast of India.

23. Name the seven sister states of India.

24.Two features A and B are marked in the given political map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.
i) A place situated on three seas         ii) The imaginary line which divide India into two equal parts On the same political map locate and label the following               iii) Indian standard Meridian
25. Why is 82°30’ E taken as the Indian Standard Time?

26. The central location of India at the head of the Indian ocean is considered of great significance. Why?

27. In which hemisphere does India lie with reference to the Prime meridian? Mention the value of the standard Meridian of India.

28. Explain why Ahmadabad and Kolkata are able to see the noon sun exactly overhead in a year but not Delhi.

29. Explain the two types of states found in India before 1947.

30. Two features A and B are marked in the given political map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map.
i) The area wise smallest state on the west coast of India      ii) Northernmost latitude of India
On the same political map locate and label the following      iii) The area wise largest state of India

 

 

 

 

 

 

            THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR

CLASS – IX             ENGLISH LANGUAGE (2019-20)                        Holiday Homework

a. Fill in the blanks with the help of appropriate words given in the brackets:

There are several ways to deal ……1……. (in / with / to) the tendency to procrastinate. Break ……2…… (off / out / down) the task into manageable pieces and knock them ……3… (out / off / up) one at one time. Focus ……4…… (at / on / over) accomplishing what’s right in front of you ……5……… (in / at / on) this moment. Planning ahead ……6… (of / for / to) the next year may seem overwhelming for some people. So take just one day ……7…….. (in / at) a time. Don’t look any further ahead ……8……. (than / then) that. Set a time frame ……9……. (to / for) accomplishing the task. You’ll be surprised – just by thinking ……10………(across / through / along) and planning you’re setting ……11……. (you / yourself) to accomplish the goal unconsciously and you may even beat your own deadline! We know how important writing is ……12…… (for / to / with) goal setting. It is equally important to ……13……. (beat / beating) procrastination.

b. Arrange the words in the correct order to form meaningful sentences.

1. dog Rahul with his pet playing enjoys.

2. to the company goods Vietnam exports.

3. she interested that was in proposal said she the.

4. was performance impressed with quite his I.

5. the please not do on grass step.

6. every delicious father cooks evening pasta.

7. brother an wants be my astronaut to.

8. everything will sense make perfect someday.

9. at top voice, the man his of demanded the admission shouting.

10. you where have this all while been?

11. should you have coming seen this.

12. effect we in did much sales last not year improvement.

c. Change the following sentences into indirect speech:

1.  The student said to the teacher, “May I go downstairs?”

2. The king said to the minister, “Get ready for the battle.”

3. The waiter said to the guest, “Would you like tea or coffee?”

4. The coach said to the team members, “We have lost the match.”

5. Pamela said, “Man is mortal.”

  1. d.      Fill in the blanks with appropriate verbs, prepositions:
  2. The students …………….. the National Anthem together. (sang, sings)
  3. The boys jumped…………………. the river. (into, in)
  4. It ……………….. heavily last night. (rained, rains)
  5. The cat sat ………………… the tree. (under, between)
  6. The fish swims ………………….. the river. (into, in)
  7. The birds ………………..away as they the hunter’s net. (flew, flown)

e. A teacher motivates and inspires her students. Write an article in about 120-150 words talking about the and importance of teachers in our lives. The title of the article can be- The Importance of Teachers in Our Life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR

CLASS – IX            MATHEMATICS (2019-20)        CH: NUMBER SYSTEM & POLYNOMIAL

1-Is zero a rational number ? Can you write it in the form p/q where p and q are integers and q ≠0.

2-Find the square of :

√3 +√2            (ii) 3 + 2√5

3-Define real number.

4-Insert a rational and a irrational number between 3 and 4.

5-Without doing actual division, find whether each of the following is a terminating decimal or not;

17/50       (ii) 7/8

6-Is π an irrational number? Explain why.

7-Find six rational numbers between 3 and 4.

8-Show how √3 can be represented on the number line.

9-Show how √5 can be represented on the number line.

10-Express the following in the form of p/q, where p and q are integers and q ≠ 0.

0.666666…….              (ii)0.47777………

11-Simplify the following:

( 3 + √3 ) 2       (ii) ( 3 + √2 ) ( 4 + √7)

12-Represent √9.3 on the number line.

13-Rationalize the denominator of:  (i) 1 / √7 – 2.

14-Rationalise the denominator of : (i) 2 - √3 / 2 + √3

15-Find the values of a and b : (i) 5 + 3√2 / 5 - 3√2 = a + b√2.

16-Find the values of and b: (i) 2 + √3 / 2 - √3 = a + b√3.

17-Visualise 4.262626…. on the number line , up to 4 decimal places.

18-Insert 4 rational number between 5 and 8.

19- If x = 5 - 2√6 , find : x2 + 1/x2.

20-Visualise 3.765 on the number line, using successive magnification.

 

 

 

 

 

21-Are the square of all positive integers irrational? If no, give two example

22-Are the cube roots of all positive integers irrational? If no, give two examples.

23-Find a rational number between 3 and 4.

24-Find a rational number between 1 and 2.

25-What is the degree of the zero polynomial?

26-What is the degree of the constant polynomial?

27-What is the coefficient of the highest power of x in the polynomial 2x3 – 4x2 + 5x2 – x5 +3.

28-Find the remainder of  ( x60 + 60) is divided by (x + 1)

29-Is zero a rational number? Can you write it in the form  , where p and q are integers and q≠0.

30-Show how √2 can be represented on the number line.

31-Rationalise the denominator of  .

32- Represent √9.3 on the number line.

33-Find the remainder when x3 + 3x2 + 3x + 1 is divided by x + 1.

34-Factorise: 12x2 – 7x +1.

35-Find the value of k, if x – 1 is a factor of p(x)= x2 + x + k.

36-Evaluate: (99)3

37-Factorise each of the following: (i) 27y3 + 125z3        (ii) 64m3 – 343n3

38-If x + y + z =0, show that x3 + y3 + z3 =3xyz.

39-Find six rational number between 3 and 4.

40-Show that 0.2353535……. can be expressed in the form  where p and q are integers and q ≠0.

 

                              THE JAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KANPUR

SUBJECT-BIOLOGY                                                                                                         CLASS: IX

  1. ­­­­­Write three basic components of cell?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
  2. State two important function of the Nucleus.
  3. Why cell membrane is known as selectively permeable membrane?
  4. Define the term Diffusion and Osmosis.
  5. Explain the function and structure of Plasma membrane.
  6. State the Cell theory. Who has proposed it?
  7. What is DNA? Where it is found?
  8. What is Plasmolysis? Give one example.
  9. What is the importance of Osmosis in                                                                                                                   i).Unicellular Organisms                                                                                                                                        ii).Plants

10.  Differentiate between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic organisms.

11.  Give function of                                                                                                                                                          i).RER                                                                                                                                                                            ii).SER   

12.  Write the function of                                                                                                                                             i).Mitochondria                                                                                                                                                    ii).Lysosomes                                                                                                                                                            iii).Ribosomes                                                                                                                                                        iv).Vacoules

13.  Differentiate between Plants and Animals.

14.Distinguish amongst  Hypotonic , Hypertonic and Isotonic solution.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

15.Draw the structure of Nucleus.

16.What are Plastids? Write their types and functions.

17.What is the relationship between Chromatin material and Chromosomes.

18.What is Membrane Biogenesis?

19.What are the advantages of                                                                                                                              

  i).flexibility of membrane                                                                                                                                

ii).Rigidity of cell wall  

 iii).semi permeability of cell membrane

20.What is the similarity between Plastids and Mitochondria?

21.Why cell is known as fundamental and structural unit of life?22.

22.What is Endocytosis?

23.Draw well labeled diagram of Plant and Animal cell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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