Although the study of history rests on knowledge of dates, names, places, events, and ideas, historical understanding requires students to engage in historical thinking, raise questions, and marshal evidence in support of their answers. Students engaged in historical thinking draw upon chronological thinking, historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretation, historical research, and decision making. Students will apply these social science skills to engage in their exploration of the global challenges of the twenty-first century.

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Pupils develop an understanding of the implications of technology that help them at school, home and the wider world. ICT empowers pupils to use digital technology to access, manage, integrate, evaluate and create information. Pupil will get an exposure to a wide variety of application or software for creating documentation, interactive presentation, Database Management, create budgets, produce graphs and charts, web authoring, programming languages, graphic design and multimedia, web-based applications for distance learning in this computer world to be a digital citizen.

There is an emphasis on developing lifelong skills i.e. 7 C’s of 21st Century skills (Creativity, collaboration, communication, critical thinking, computing, cross-cultural understanding, career and Learning self-reliance) which are essential across the academic curriculum and their future career.

 

 

HUMANITIES

These standards enable students to examine history and geography from 1500 A.D. (C.E.) to the present, with emphasis on development of the modern world. Geographic influences on history will continue to be explored, but increasing attention will be given to political boundaries that developed with the evolution of nations. Significant attention will be given to the ways in which scientific and technological revolutions created new economic conditions that in turn produced social and political changes. Noteworthy people and events of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries will be emphasized for their strong connections to contemporary issues.


Although the study of history rests on knowledge of dates, names, places, events, and ideas, historical understanding requires students to engage in historical thinking, raise questions, and marshal evidence in support of their answers. Students engaged in historical thinking draw upon chronological thinking, historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretation, historical research, and decision making. Students will apply these social science skills to engage in their exploration of the global challenges of the twenty-first century.

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