Welcome to class10science.in
Ours is an online resource designed to aid students master class 10 science. Also, the aim is to make science fun and easy to learn. Here, you will find articles, videos, sample questions and answer keys for class 10 science. This resource is designed with the CBSE syllabus in focus, so CBSE students in India will find this extremely useful in their preparation for board exams.
In 2005, the National Curriculum Framework was formulated. In this framework, children’s learning in school is linked to their life outside. With this framework, there has been a gradual shift from the bookish knowledge that can significantly increase the gap between the school, home and community.
Given, time, space and freedom, children generate new knowledge and information. If we treat children as partners in learning, then we can inculcate creativity and initiative in them.
Treating the textbook as the sole source of information should be actively discouraged. Children should be encouraged to explore various sources of information, namely books, lectures, field trip and last but not the least online resources like these. Also, our methods of teaching will have to change to make the experience of learning a happy one.
This website will cover class 10 science in a range of broad topics or themes- chemical substances, the world of living, the physical world and natural resources. Each subject or topic is further subdivided into relevant sub-topics. All articles, videos and presentations have been organised based on the above schema. Here, the emphasis is not on definitions or technical knowledge, but on concepts and ideas. We believe that by this activity based learning, students can construct knowledge themselves. Presently the following articles are available on this website.
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Also, CBSE has gradually moved away from the essay type questions that were a norm 10-15 years ago. Also, the board has revamped the class 10 science syllabus and has introduced a concept of formative assessment. Formative assessment is a range of formal and informal processes used by teachers during the learning process to improve learning outcome. Thus, this is far superior to summative assessments (although, the end of term exams do have a role) as the student gets constant feedback during the learning process itself.
CBSE board exams now contain more of SAQs and MCQs. There are only 3-4 questions of 5 marks, and the student only has 70-100 words to answer. Therefore, students should think and write clearly and concisely. Traditionally, doing well in this kind of paper requires a greater breadth of knowledge. It is, therefore, important for students to pace their studies well so that they can cover the entire syllabus in the given time. They should also practice as many sample papers to familiarize themselves with the questions and the kinds of answers required.
How to make the best use of class10science.in?
The best way to benefit from this website is to read all articles as per your convenience. Also, practice the questions given on this site. Students are also encouraged to make use of our class 10 forum to discuss questions, and clarify their doubts.
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