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SOCIAL – SCIENCE Sample Question Paper Marking Scheme

Class – IX

PART – I

TIME : 30 Minutes:                                                                                                                MM : 16

Q. No.AnswerMarks
1(b) or (c)
2(c) or (c)
3(c)
4(a)
5(c)
6(b)
7(d)
8(b)
9(b)
10(b)
11(c)
12(a)
13(a)
14(a)
15(c)
16(d)

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No.

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Marks

Part-II

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(a)           The French society was divided into sections called ‘estates’ namely 1st estate consisting of the clergy, 2nd estate comprising the nobility and the 3rd estate comprising all commoners including big businessmen, traders, merchants, court officials, lawyers of peasants and artisans, labourers and small peasants. The members of the 3rd estate enjoyed all the privileges and were exempted from taxation.

(b)           The entire burden of taxation fell on the 3rd estate. All economic functions were performed by them. Peasants and farmers grew food, merchants and businessmen managed trade, workers produced goods, but they could not improve their position.

2+1 =

OR

(a)           On 22nd February following a lock out in a factory, workers from 50 factories called a strike. Women played an important role in this strike.

(b)           Curfew was imposed to drive away the demonstrators, but they came back with renewed energy on 24th and 25th.

(c)           On Sunday 25th Feb the government suspended the Deema. On 27th police headquarters were attacked. The people thronged the street raising slogans about bread and better wages. By evening striking workers had gathered to form a soviet council known as Petrograd Soviet.

(d)           On 2nd March soviet leaders and Deema leaders formed the provisional
government to run the country. They took some important decisions for future.
This is referred as the February Revolution which brought down the monarchy in
Feb 1917. The Tsar abdicated without protest. (Any 3 points)                                  2+1 =

OR

(i)            In the First world war Germany was defeated. By the Treaty of Versailles the entire war guilt was placed on Germany and treaty that followed penalised Germany in every way.

(ii)           Germany lost its overseas colonies and also much of its territories in Europe.

(iii)          Lost 75% of its iron and 26% of its coal to France and other countries.

(iv)          Allied powers demilitarised Germany to weaken its power.

(v)           Since Germany was made responsible for the war, a huge amount was demanded as compensation.

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17

No.

Answers

Marks

A.19

  1. He pulled out of the League of Nations in 1933, reoccupied Rhineland in 1936, Austria Hungary in 1938 under the slogan one people, one empire, one leader. He conquered Sudetanland a German speaking area of Czecho slovakia and later grabbed up the whole country.
  2. He saw the dream of world empire, ignored the Treaty of Versailles and started a
    policy of militarization of Germany. In 1939 he invaded Poland. In 1940, he signed
    Rome, Berlin, Tokyo, Axis or Tripartite Pact to form alliance with Italy and Japan
    to fight against allied powers in 2nd world war and strengthened Hitler’s claim to
    international power. (Any 3 points)                                                                       3 x 1 =

In forest areas the people use all parts of a tree for some purpose or other. Roots, leaves, fruits and tubers are used for many things. Fruits and tubers are used in food as nutrient Herbs are used in medicines. Hard wood is used to make agricultural. Implements such as plough, yokes etc.

Bamboos make excellent for fences and also for making baskets and umbrella. A dried scooped out gourd can be used for making portable water bottle Leaves like salleaves are stiched together for making disposable plates and cups. Some creepers are used to make ropes from the fruit of the mahua tree. Oil can be extracted by pressing its fruits

OR

(a)         Gujjars were the pastorials who lived in Kangra, Garhwal and Kumaon region.

(b)      1.    Usually the Gujjars are herders. They come down to the dry forests of bhabar in

winter and moved up to high meadows – the bugyals in summer.

  1. Gujjar’s are exclusively pastoral tribe.
  2. They hardly take to any cultivation.
  3. Gujjars wealth consists of buffaloes.
  4. They also keep flock of sheep and goat.
    1. They live in the skirts of the forest and earn by selling milk, ghee and other produce of their herd. The women go to the market everyday with pots of milk and other products in baskets. (Any 4 points) 1+2=

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19

No.

Answers

Marks

Q31

32

33

of the NGO’s for setting up grain banks. V      Any other relevant points.

(a)           (1) Japan                                                                                                            3 x 1 =

(2) Indonesia

(b)          (1) Engineered structures withstand ground shaking.

(2)   Architectural and Engineering inputs improve building designs and con struction practices.

(3)   Any other relevant point

(1)          Not to look at the fire blast                                                                                  1 + 2 =

(2)          All doors and windows to be closed

(3)          To stay indoors

(4)          To cover all food and water

(5)          Not to consume food, water obtained from nuclear blast. (Any 3 points)

3 x 1=

(a)     Till today cricket’s most important tools are all made of natural preindustrial

material. The bats, stumps and bails are made of wood. The ball is made with leather, twine and cork and balls are hand made, not industrially manufactured. Industrial made materials such as plastic, fibre, glass, metal are not used in making these tools.

(b)   With changing time, some changes have been made. Material used in bat has changed slightly over time. Earlier it was made out of a single piece of wood, now it consists of two pieces – the blade is made out of willow tree and the handle is made out of cane.

In matter of protective equipment however cricket has been influenced by techno logical changes. Rubber pads were introduced in 1848 followed by protective gloves and helmets made out of light weight synthetic material and metal respectively.

OR

(a)   In Victorian England, women were expected to be obedient, dutiful, fragile and graceful. In this passage the author also mentioned submission and softness as the real charm of women. It also says that this kind of women appeal to men is for sympathy and protection.

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24

No.

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Marks

(iii)-

For Questions

INDIA

AND

ADJACENT COUN TRIES

(SHOWING STATES)

V

Zeh

1..

OR

For blind students only in lieu of Q. No. 36

(i)       River Kaveri:

(ii)      Nanda Devi:

(iii)     Mumbai / Nagpur:

(iv)     Arunachal Pradesh:

4 x 1

4

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SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER IN SOCIAL SCIENCE

CLASS-IX

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II MARCH 2010 Design of the Question Paper
Time allowed: 3 hours                                                                            Max. Marks: 80

Note: Figures within the brackets indicate number of questions and outside the bracket their total marks.

3.      Scheme of options: Internal choice is provided in the map question only.

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Syllabus for Social Science – Class IX Second Term October 2009 to March 2010

Please note that the entire syllabus prescribed during the current academic session is to be covered and tested in formative and summative mode. Given hereunder is the reduced syllabus for second term summative examination in 2010.

UNIT 1 (History) India and the Contemporary World I

Section I: Events and Processes (ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING)

  1. The French Revolution
  2. Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution
  3. Nazism and the Rise of Hitler

Section II: Livelihoods, Economies and Societies (ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING)

  1. Forest Society and Colonialism
  2. Pastoralists in the Modern World
  3. Peasants and Farmers.

Section III: Every Day Life, Culture and Politics (ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING)

  1. History and Sports : The story of cricket
  2. Clothing : A Social History

UNIT II (GEOGRAPHY) CONTEMPORARY INDIA I

Chapter 3 – Drainage Chapter 4 – Climate

Chapter 5 – Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Chapter 6 – Population

Map Work – Based on the above chapters as per the list of map items provided herewith.

UNIT III – (POLITICAL SCIENCE) DEMOCRATIC POLITICS

Chapter 3 – Constitutional Design Chapter 4 – Electoral Politics Chapter 5 – Working of Institutions Chapter 6 – Democratic Rights

UNIT IV -ECONOMICS

Chapter 2 – People as Resource Chapter 3 – Poverty as a challenge Chapter 4 – Food Security in India

UNIT V – (DISASTER MANAGEMENT) TOGETHER, TOWARDS A SAFER INDIA – II

Chapter 2 – Specific Hazards and Mitigation

Chapter 3 – Preventing Common Human Induced Disasters

LIST OF MAP ITEMS (GEOGRAPHY)

On Political Outline Map of India (Both for identification & locating and labeling) Chapter 3 – (Drainage)

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Rivers : Ganga, Satluj, Brahmaputra, Narmada, Tapi, Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna and Kaveri

Lakes : Chilka, Pulicat, Vembanad, Sambhar

Mountain Ranges : Karakoram, Zaskar, Shivalik, Aravali, Vindhya, Satpura, Western Ghats, Eastern Ghats

Mountain Peaks : K2, Kanchanjunga, Anaimudi Coastal Strips: Coromandel, Konkan

Chapter 4: _ (Climate)

Cities : Tiruvananthapuram, Chennai, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Leh, Shillong, Delhi, Nagpur

Areas receiving rainfall over 400 cms.

Areas receiving rainfall less than 20 cms.

Chapter 5 : (Natural Vegetation & Wildlife)

Areas : Evergreen forests, Tropical thorny forests, Mountain forests, Mangrove forests.

National Parks : Corbett, Kaziranga, Ranthambor, Shivpuri, Kanha Kisli, Simlipal, Manas

Bird Sanctuaries : Bharatpur and Ranganathitto

Wild Life Sanctuaries : Sariska, Mudumalai, Rajaji, Dachigam

Chapter 6 (Population)

o The State having the highest density of population

o The State having the lowest density of population

o The State having the highest sex ratio

o The State having the lowest sex ratio

o The most populous State of India

o The least populous State of India

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No.

Questions

Marks

Q.15

Q.16

Q.17

Q.18

Which of the following practices is included as land use planning to check landslides?

(a)           Making buildings on elevated areas;

(b)           Building on stilts;

(c)           Increasing vegetation cover;

(d)           Livelihood planning.

Retaining walls as a mitigation step is associated with which one of the following disasters?

(a)           Floods;

(b)          Cyclones;

(c)           Fires;

(d)          Landslides.

How was the French society organized before the revolution of 1789? State
the role of the third estate in it.
2+1 =

OR

Describe any three events leading to the february revolution of 1917 in Russia

3×1 =

OR

“The Peace Treaty at Versailles with the Allies was a harsh and humilating
peace.” Explain the statement with any three examples.
3×1 =

OR

Who was Robispierre? Why is his reign referred as the Reign of Terror?

1+2=

OR

Describe the role of Lenin in October Revolution of 1917 in three points 3×1 =

OR

Trace any three main features of the foreign policy of Hitler. 3×1 =

1

1

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

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Annual

Range of Temp

10.818.919.014.825.7
Annual Rainfall88.9183.4162.567.036.6128.6124.2225.3181.2
Dec.20.2 1.325.0

19.7

0.4

15.6

1.0 1 .u

14.9

0.2

24.7

13.9

10.iJ

20.7

1.0

10.4

0.6

26.5 7.5-5.6 0.5
Nov.18.9 6.127.2 1.023.4 2.719.4 0.220.1 0.225.9 35.023.1 2.0

13.3

3.8

26.6 20.6
Oct.18.9 15.327.8 4.827.6 12.725.6 1.327.0 0.828.0 30.626.7 5.517.2 18.826.7 27.3
Sep.

22.9

16.4

27.2 26.928.9 25.328.9 11.920.1 5.729.8 11.927.9 18.520.0 30.2

26.5

13.8

12.2

0.8

Aug.

23.1

13.7

27.2 36.928.7 33.429.4 17.8

29.0

13.1

30.2 11.327.3 28.6

20.9

34.3

26.2

-1 A C

14.6

16.1

1.3

23.0 11.127.2 61.028.9 33.130.0 19.331.3 10.831.0 8.727.7 37.621.1 35.9

26.2

22.3

17.2

1.3

Jun.24.2 7.128.9 50.629.9 29.033.3 7.433.9 3.132.5 4.532.0 22.220.5 47.626.6 35.614.4 0.5
May.26.7 10.7

30.0

A ft

1.8

30.4

13.4

33.3

-1 ft

1.8

33.3

1.0 1 .u

33.0

^ ft

3.8

35.5

2.1

19.2

29.5

28.6 20.810.0 0.5
Apr.27.1 4.528.3

30.1

5.1

30.0

1.0

29.8

0.3 u.o

30.4

-1 ft

1.8

32.7

1.6

18.5

14.6

28.7

10.6

Mar.25.2 1.126.727.1 3.423.3 1.3

26.6

0.3

27.7 1.328.3 1.715.9 5.6

28.3

3.7

-0.6

0.8

Feb.

22.7

0.9

24.4

0.2

22.0

2.8

16.7

1.5

19.2 0.6

25.7

1.3

23.9

2.3

11.3 2.927.3 2.1-7.2 0.8
Jan. (Meters)

20.5

n 7 0.7

24.4 0.219.6 1.214.4 2.516.8 0.524.5 4.621.5 1.126.7 2.3-8.5 1.0
Altitude1114613506
Latitude90290 N340 N
SationsTemperature (0C) Banglore Rainfall (cm)Temperature (0C) Mumbai Rainfall (cm)Temperature (0C) Kolkata Rainfall (cm)

Temperature (0C) Delhi

Rainfall (cm)

Temperature (0C) Jodhpur Rainfall (cm)Temperature (0C) Chennai Rainfall (cm)Temperature (0C) Nagpur Rainfall (cm)Temperature (0C) Shillong Rainfall (cm)Temperature (0C) Tiruvanatapuram Rainfall (cm)

Temperature (0C)

Leh 340 N

Rainfall (cm)

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No.

Questions

Marks

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2

s

Map for Question No. 36

Map for Question No. 36 (OR)

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