Minimum Levels of Learning

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For Class V


At the end of Class V the students will be able:

  • To listen attentively to the one who is speaking/ reading and understand it.
  • To respond freely and relevantly to the matter discussed/ talked.
  • To collect information and organize them in the form of a report.
  • To hold group discussion and come to a reasonable conclusion.
  • To comprehend an unseen passage/story/poem of higher difficulty level.
  • To write Narrative and Descriptive paragraph.
  • They will also have higher level knowledge of Parts of Speech and their uses.
  1. Nouns:- Kinds, gender, number, functions.
  2. Pronoun:- 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person.
  3. Adjective:- Kinds (Describing & Determining), Degrees of Comparison.
  4. Articles:- Use the articles correctly in the place where it is necessary.
  5. Verb:- Transitive & Intransitive.
  6. Tense:- 9 forms.
  7. Adverb:- 7 kinds ( place, manner, time, degree, frequency, interrogative and Affirmation/Negation)
  8. Preposition:- Time, place and direction.
  9. Conjunctions:- If, whether, when, because, though.
  10. Punctuate the sentence with [(C.L.), (.), (,), (?), (!), (" ").


कक्षा - पाँचवी न्यूनतम सीखने की क्षमता

  1. बच्चे अखबारों के संपादकीय पृष्ठ और पत्रिकाएँ बिना कठिनाई के पढ़ और समझ सके एवं उन पर टिप्पणी कर सके।
  2. किसी अवतरण अपठित गद्यांश को पढ़कर उसका अर्थ समझ सके एवं पूछे गए प्रष्नों का उत्तर दे सके।
  3. अपने विचारों और भावनाओं को स्पष्ट व्यवस्थित और असरदार ढंग से प्रस्तुत कर सके।
  4. चित्रों के माध्यम से दिए गए विषय पर बिना किसी की सहायता लिए अपनी भावना सरल शब्दों में अभिव्यक्त कर सके।
  5. संज्ञा- संज्ञा की पहचान व्यक्ति, वस्तु, स्थान आदि एवं उनके प्रकार।
  6. लिंग- लिंग क्या है पुल्लिंग एवं स्त्रीलिंग शब्दों की पहचान कर सके।
  7. वचन- एकवचन, बहुवचन की पहचान एवं वचन परिवर्तन।
  8. सर्वनाम- संज्ञा के स्थान पर सर्वनाम का प्रयोग।
  9. विशेषण- विशेषण की पहचान एवं उसका प्रयोग।
  10. क्रिया- सकर्मक क्रिया एवं अकर्मक क्रिया।
  11. काल- वर्तमान काल, भूतकाल एवं भविष्यत् काल का प्रयोग।
  12. क्रिया विशेषण- क्रिया विशेषण की पहचान।
  13. संबंधबोधक- संबंधबोधक अव्यय क्या है।
  14. समुच्चयबोधक- समुच्चयबोधक अव्यय का प्रयोग।
  15. विस्मयादिबोधक- विस्मयादिबोधक शब्दों की पहचान एवं उनका प्रयोग।
  16. विलोम शब्द, पर्यायवाची शब्द, अनेक शब्दों के लिए एक शब्द।
  17. पत्र एवं निबंध लेखन- औपचारिक एवं अनौपचारिक पत्र लेखन एवं निबंध लेखन कर सके।
  18. विराम चिह्न- पूर्ण विराम, अल्प विराम, प्रष्नवाचक, कोष्ठक, योजक विस्मयादिबोधक, हंसपद ,उद्धरण, लाघव चिह्न आदि का प्रयोग।
  19. मुहावरे, अनेकार्थक शब्द, श्रुतिसम भिन्नार्थक का प्रयोग।


  1. Understanding Whole Numbers and Numerals:
    • Writes number names up to 10, 00,000 (one crore).
    • Identify the 'International place value system'.
    • Demonstrates understanding of place value of 5 & 6-digit numbers.
    • Arranges numbers in ascending & descending order.
    • Identifies the numberss before, after & between numerals.
    • Compares numbers from 10.000-9, 99,999 using the signs >, <, =.
    • Calculate HCF & LCM of 2 & 3 numbers.
  2. Ability to Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Whole Numbers:
    • Add and subtract up to 6-digit numbers.
    • Multiplies and divides up to 4-digit numbers with & without remainder.
    • Solve 1-2 steps of daily life problems mentally involving four basic operations.
    • Construct multiplication tables up to 20.
    • Uses unitary method to solve simple daily life problem.
    • Demonstrate understanding of meaning of average and is able to compute it.
    • Find the average height / score / rain fall / attendance from given data.
  3. Ability to use and solve simple problems of daily life relating to Units of -
    • Money:
      • Solve simple money problem including profit and loss.
      • Interprets and prepare simple hills given the rates and quantity.
      • Solve simple problems involving simple interest.
      • Solves mentally 1 step daily life a problem involving either rupees or paise using any of the four operations without conversion.
    • Length:
      • Solves simple daily life problems relating to standard unit of length involving up to 2 of the 4 operations with conversion.
      • Measures straight lines or curves in objects in the immediate environment in metres and centimeters.
      • Estimates and compare lengths of familiars objects and short distances in non standard and standard units.
      • Solves 1 step daily life problems mentally involving kilomatres & metres with no conversion.
    • Weight:
      • Solves 1 step daily life problems related to mass involving conversion and only one of the four operations.
      • Determines sums and differences of weight.
    • Area and volume:
      • Measures in non standard & standard units the perimeters of any surfaces or objects.
      • Apply the formula to calculate the area and volume of shapes in the immediate environment.
      • Estimate and compare in standard and non standard units of surface areas.
    • Time:
      • Express 24 hour in time, using the terms, 'a.m' & 'p.m'.
      • Solves simple daily life problems relating to time involving weeks, days, hours & minutes.
  4. Ability to use Fractions & Decimals:
    • Arrange simple proper fractions in ascending or descending sequence with denominators.
    • Reduce simple fractions to lowest terms.
    • Add and subtracts fractions and mixed numbers with denominator.
    • Multiplies and divides two fractions with denominators.
    • Solve daily life problems involving comparing additions and subtractions of fractions and mixed fractions with same denominator.
    • Add and subtract decimals up to 3 decimal places.
    • Express units of length, weight & capacity in decimal up to 3 decimal places.
    • Solve daily life problems involving 4 operations of decimals and fraction.
  5. Percentage:
    • Finds required percentage of a given number or measure.
    • Solves simple daily life problems involving applications of percentage.
    • Converts mentally frequently used percentage into fractions and vice-versa.
  6. Understanding of Geometrical Shapes and Spatial Relationships:
    • An angle through observation & paper folding.
    • Classifies angles into right, acute and obtuse angles.
    • Represent angles by drawing and tracing.
    • Construct and bisect the angles.
    • Make the shapes of cubes, cuboids, cylinders and cones.
    • Draws a circle of a given radius with the use of compass and ruler.
    • Knows various terms related to circle and their relationship.
    • Identifies whether a pair of simple figures are reflection of each other.

By the end of class V, the child will have understanding of basic concepts of percentage, Average, and their uses,. He/she will be able to solve problems related to Simple Interest, Profit and Loss and will be able to use it in daily life situations. The child will be able to think critically and their scope in problem solving through algebraic expressions will be widened.

Environmental Studies

The minimum learning level of the child at the end of the session are expected to be the following-

  1. Plants (Chapters-5 & 20)
    1. List the conditions required for the germination of seeds.
    2. Recognize different methods of seed dispersal on the basis of their characteristics.
    3. Become aware of developmental activities taken up in the forest areas and their impact on the environment.
    4. Understand the dependence of tribal people on forest for their life and livelihood.
  2. Animals (Chapters-1 & 2)
    1. Name the sense organs that animals use and state their functions.
    2. Write a few sentences about the life of snake charmers.
    3. Name some things we obtain from animals.
  3. Family and Friends (Chapters-18,21 & 22)
    1. Recognize some physical features that they have inherited from their parents.
    2. Understand the problems faced by families that migrate.
    3. Recognize the changes that are happening in the families due to various reasons.
  4. Food (Chapters-3 & 4)
    1. List four basic tastes and match some common food items with these tastes.
    2. List the factors that cause spoilage of food and some methods of preserving food.
    3. Understand that digestion of food starts in the mouth.
    4. List the effect of modern methods of farming on the environment and on the society.
  5. Shelter (Chapters-13 & 14)
    1. State the main features of the houses found in mountainous regions of Kashmir.
    2. Name some natural disasters that can damage houses.
    3. State how they can protect themselves during an earthquake.
    4. The need for living together in the neighbourhood.
  6. Things We Make and Work We Do (Chapters-15,16 & 19)
    1. List some cooling and warming effects of air from their everyday experiences.
    2. List different devices used for irrigation.
    3. Show awareness of the social conditions of the people who do the jobs like sweeping the streets and cleaning the toilets.
    4. Point out the differences in the life of people of the villages and cities.
    5. Develop basic idea of "Dignity of Labour"
  7. Travel and Communication (Chapters-9,10,11 & 12)
    1. Understand the shape of the earth and develop the basic idea of gravitation.
    2. Name some fuels used in common vehicles.
    3. Understand the need and ways of saving fuels.
    4. Recognize the main features of the monuments they visit.
    5. Justify the need to protect the historical monuments.
  8. Games We Play (Chapter-17)
    1. List some traditional games children play.
    2. Show awareness of the fact that with determination any one can succeed in sports.
    3. Understand the importance of team spirit in games.
    4. Become aware that games and physical activities are necessary for health.
    5. Understand that rate of breathing changes when different activities are done.
    6. Importance of training for some activities.
  9. Water ( Chapters-6, 7 & 8)
    1. State the importance of harvesting rain water.
    2. Classify common things as heavier than and lighter than water.
    3. Understand the relationship between stagnant water and spread malaria.
    4. List some ways to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes.
    5. Recognize the changing sources of water.