CBSE Syllabus for Class 11 Home Science 2019-20

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CBSE Syllabus of Class 11 Home Science – in PDF

CBSE Syllabus for Class 11 Home Science 2019-20 contains all the topics of this session. myCBSEguide provides you latest Syllabus for Class 11. Home science is the science of a home and it includes all the things that concern the person, home, family members and resources. Home science courses nowadays offer Dietitian and Nutrition subjects, Resource Management, Fashion or Textile Designing, Communication and Development, Psychology and child development. Student can Download Latest Syllabus of class 11 in PDF format is now available in myCBSEguide mobile app. The curriculum for March 2020 exams is designed by CBSE, New Delhi as per NCERT textbooks for the session 2019-20.

CBSE Syllabus for class 11 Home Science 2019-20

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CBSE Syllabus Class 11 Home Science

Course Structure: Theory & Practical

Time : 3 hours
Theory: 70 Marks
Practical: 30 Marks

No.UnitsMarksNo. of periods
1Understanding oneself: Adolescence2260
2Understanding Family, Community and Society1530
3Childhood1540
4Adulthood1840
Total70180
Practical3040
Grand Total100220

Theory: 70 Marks
Total Periods 180

Unit I: Understanding oneself: Adolescence(22(4+6+6+6) Marks)

Ch- 1 Understanding the self (4 Marks)

  1. ‘Who am I’?
  2. Development and Characteristics of the self
  3. Influences on identity
    • Biological and physical changes
    • Socio-cultural contexts
    • Emotional changes
    • Cognitive changes

Ch-2 Food, nutrition, health and fitness (6 Marks)

  • Balanced Diet
  • Food Groups
  • Diet for Adolescent
  • Factors influencing eating behaviours, Eating disorders.

Ch-3 Management of resources – time, money, energy, and space- (6 Marks)

  • Human and Non-human Resources
  • Managing Resources

Ch-4 Fabric around us- (6 Marks)

  • Classification
  • Yarn Processing
  • Fabric Production
  • Textile Finishing
  • Properties of Fibres

Unit II: Understating family, community and society (15(9+6) Marks)

Ch- 5 Relationships and interactions with ‘significant others’. (9 Marks)

  1. Family
  2. School – peers and educators
  3. Community and Society

Ch – 6 Concerns and needs in diverse contexts: (6 Marks)

  1. Nutrition, Health and Hygiene
    • Social, Mental and Physical Health
    • Health Care
    • Indicators of Health
    • Factors affecting nutrition well being
    • Problems and Consequences – Under Nutrition – Malnutrition
    • Hygiene and Sanitation
  2. Resources availability and management
    • Time management
    • Space management

Unit III: Childhood 15 (5+4+6 Marks)

Ch- 7 Survival, growth and development (5 Marks)

  • Areas of Growth & development
  • Stages of Growth & development
  • Types – Physical, Motor, cognitive, language, socio – emotional

Ch- 8 Nutrition, health and wellbeing (4 Marks)

  1. From Birth to 12 months
    • Immunization
    • Health and Nutrition problems
  2. 1 to 6 years
    • Guidelines and planning of balanced meal
    • Low cost food
    • Feeding children with special needs
    • Immunization
  3. 7 to 12 years
    • Planning Diets
    • Healthy Habits

Ch- 9 Our apparel (6 Marks)

  • Functions and selection of clothes
  • Clothing needs of children-Birth to adolescent and for CWSN.

Unit IV: Adulthood 18(4+7+7) Marks

Ch- 10 Health and wellness (4 Marks)

  • Aspects/Parameters of healthy person
  • Achieving fitness

Ch- 11 Financial management and planning (7 Marks)

  • Planning
  • Types of family income
  • Budget
  • Money management
  • Saving and Investment

Ch – 12 Care and maintenance of fabrics(7 Marks)

  • Mending
  • Laundry
  • Stain removal
  • Finishing
  • Ironing
  • Dry cleaning
  • Storage
  • Fabric care
  • Care label

Practicals for Class XI

Pd.40

  1. Study of physical self with reference to:
    1. Age, height, weight, hip size, round chest/bust, round waist
    2. Age at menarche: girls
    3. Growth of beard, change in voice: boys
    4. Colour of hair and eyes
  2. Understanding oneself with reference to :
    1. Development norms
    2. Peers, both male and female
    3. Health Status
    4. Garment sizing
    1. Record own diet for a day
    2. Evaluate qualitatively for adequacy
    1. Record the fabrics and apparel used in a day
    2. Categorize them according to functionality
    1. Record one day’s activities relating to time use and work
    2. Prepare a time plan for oneself
    1. Record own emotions for a day in different contexts
    2. Reflect on the “why” of these emotions and ways of handling them
  3. List and discuss 4-5 areas of agreement and disagreement with
    1. Mother
    2. Father
    3. Siblings Friends
    4. Teacher How would you resolve the disagreements to reach a state of harmony and mutual acceptance?
  4. Relationship of fibre properties to their usage:
    1. Thermal property and flammability
    2. Moisture absorbency and comfort
  5. Study one female adult and one male adult in the age range of 35 to 60 years with reference to:
    1. Health and illness
    2. Physical activity and time management
    3. Diet behaviour
    4. Coping with challenges
    5. Media availability and preferences
  6. Preparation of different healthy snacks for an adolescent suitable in her/his context.
  7. Study of labels on:
    1. Food
    2. Drugs and cosmetics
    3. Fabrics and apparel
    4. Consumer durables
  8. Plan a budget for self for a given situation/purpose.
    List five problems faced by self or family as consumer. Suggest solutions to overcome the same

QUESTION PAPER DESIGN 2019-20

  • Objective type Questions(1 Mark)
    Remembering : 4
    Understanding : 5
    Application : 5
    HOTS : 1
    Evaluation : 3
    (1 x 18 = 18)
  • Short Answer Questions(2 Marks)
    Remembering : 1
    Understanding : 1
    Application : 2
    HOTS : 1
    Evaluation : 0
    (2 x 5 = 10)
  • Case Study and picture based(3 Marks)
    Remembering : 1
    Understanding : 0
    Application : 1
    HOTS : 0
    Evaluation : 0
    (3 x 2 = 6)
  • Long Answer – I Questions(4 Marks)
    Remembering : 1
    Understanding : 0
    Application : 1
    HOTS : 1
    Evaluation : 1
    (4 x 4 = 16)
  • Long Answer – II Questions(5 Marks)
    Remembering : 1
    Understanding : 1
    Application : 1
    HOTS : 1
    Evaluation : 0
    (5 x 4 = 20)

Note: No Chapter wise weightage, care should be taken to cover all chapters.

Scheme of questions
Total number of questions = 33
Weightage to difficulty level of questions

S.No.Estimated DifficultyPercentage
1Easy20
2Average60
3Difficulty20

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