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12. HOME SCIENCE (Code No. 064)
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Class 11 Cbse Home Science Syllabus 2011-2012

  1. 1. w w w .edurite.com 133 12. HOME SCIENCE (Code No. 064) Home Science as a discipline aims to empower learners by developing understanding of five differentareas,namely: • Food and Nutrition • HumanDevelopmentandChildhoodStudies • ResourceManagement • Fabric andApparel Science • DevelopmentCommunicationsandExtension ThesubjecthelpsstudentstounderstandchangingneedsofIndiansociety,academicprinciples aswellasdevelopprofessionalskills. Thiswouldmakethemcompetenttomeetchallengesofbecomingaresponsiblecitizen. OBJECTIVES The Syllabus at Senior Secondary level develops in the learners an understanding that the knowledge and skills acquired through Home Science facilitates development of self, family and community. It endeavours to - 1. acquaintlearnerswiththebasicsofhumandevelopmentwithspecificreferencetoselfand child. 2. helpdevelopskillsofjudiciousmanagementofvariousresources. 3. enable learners to become alert and aware consumers. 4. impart knowledge of nutrition and lifestyles to enable prevention and management of diseases. 5. inculcatehealthyfoodhabits. 6. developunderstandingoftextilesforselectionandcareofclothes. 7. developskillsofcommunicationtoassistinadvocacyanddisseminationofknowledgeto community. COURSE STRUCTURE CLASSXI(THEORY) One Paper (Theory) Time: 3 Hours 70 Marks Unit Marks I. Concept of Home Science 02 II. Knowmyself 17 III. NutritionforSelfandFamily 17 IV. MyResourcesandCommunity 17 V. MyApparel 17 70
  2. 2. w w w .edurite.com 134 Unit I: Concept of Home Science and its Scope (Periods 2) Home Science and its scope. Unit II: Know myself : Issues related to adolescents (Periods 33) Adolescencedefinition Characteristics: (i) Physicaldevelopment-growthspurt,sexualdevelopment. (ii) SocialandEmotionaldevelopment:familyandsocialisationpatternofpriority,parentel control techniques, role of siblips and grandparents, development of peer relatioship & freindshippatterns. Interestinoppositesex,developmentofgenderrole,sterotype,roleofschoolandteacher, identitycrises,stormandstress,angermanagment. (iii) Cognitivedevelopment. Individual differences: Difference between two sex and same sex, early and late maturers, role of heredity and environment(family,peers,school,neighbourhood,communityandworld) Special Needs of adolescents : (i) Nutritionalproblemsofadolescents-Iodinedeficiencydisease(IDD)Anaemia. (ii) Casues of obesity in adolescents - eating out, nutrition transition and lack of excercise. (iii) Eating disorders of adolescents - anorexia nervosa, bulemia. Some problems of adolescence: Depression; alcohol, drugs and smoking; delinquency; summary; problems related to sex; HIV /AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases; PopulationEducation: (i) Causes and effects of overpopulation. (ii) Neglect of girl child - causes, government incentives to improve status of girl child and womenempowerment. FirstAid (i) First aid in cuts, burns, fractures, bites (snake and dog), poisoning and fainting. Unit III : Nutrition for Self and Family (Periods 45) (i) Definitionoffood,nutrition,(WHO)healthandNutritionalstatus. Functions of food: Physiological(bodybuilding,energygiving,protective,regulatory), psychologicalandsocial functions.
  3. 3. w w w .edurite.com 135 Selection of foods for optimum nutrition and good health: (i) Nutrients:sources,functionsanddeficiencyanditsprevention,Proteins,Carbohydrates, Fats,Vitamins-Fatsoluble(A,D,E,K)andwatersoluble(B1 ,B2 ,Niacin,Folicacid,B12 andandVitaminC),Minerals(Calcium,Iron,ZincandIodine). (ii) Basic Food Groups (ICMR) and their contribution ; Concept of Balanced diet, food and nutritionalrequirementsforfamily(ICMRtables). (iii) Factors influencing selection of food : culture, family food practices, media, peer group andavailabilityoffoods Maximum nutritive value from food by proper selection, preparation, cooking and storage: (i) Selection and Storage of Foods : Perishable, semi-perishable, non-perishable, convenience foods and their storage. Selection of fruits, vegetables, egg, fish, poultry, milkandmilkproducts. (ii) Preservation of food : (a) Reasons of spoilage of food (b) Briefdescriptionofhouseholdmethodsofpreservations- - Refrigeration,dehydration - Use of chemicals and household preservatives (salt, sugar, oil). (iii) Preparationoffood:lossofnutrientsduringpreparationoffoodandtheirminimization. (iv) Cooking : (a) Principlesofcooking (b) Methodsofcooking-boiling,steaming,pressurecooking,deepandshallowfrying, baking,sauteing,roasting,grilling,solarcookingandmicrowavecooking. (c) Effectofcookingonthenutritivevalueoffood. (d) Methodsofenhancingnutritivevalue-germination,fermentation,fortificationand foodcombination. Unit IV: My Resources and Community (Periods 36) (i) Resources: Meaning, characteristics and types: (a) Human/PersonalResources:knowledge,skills,time,energy,attitudes; (b) Non-human / material resources : money, goods, property; (c) Communityfacilities/sharedresources:Schools,parks,hospitals,roads,transport,water, electricity, library,fuelandfodder. (d) Need to manage the resources and methods of conservation of shared resources.
  4. 4. w w w .edurite.com 136 (ii) Management: (a) Meaningandneedformanagement. (b) Stepsinmanagement:planning,organizing,controlling,implementingandevaluation. (c) Decisionmakinganditsroleinmanagement. (iii) Time and energy management: (a) Need and procedure for managing time for occupation and leisure. (b) Worksimplifications:meaningandmethods. (c) Need and ways to organize space in a house. (d) Useofcoloursandaccessoriestomakehouseattractive-prangcolourwheeldimensions of colours, classes and colour schemes. (iv) Work ethics: (a) Meaningandimportance;disciplineatworkplace;reachingontime,stayinginseat,knowing thejob,usingpolitelanguage. Unit V: My Apparel (Periods 34) (i) Introduction to Fibre Science: (a) Characteristicsoffibre (b) Classificationsoffibre - Natural-cotton, silk and wool - Man-made (Regenerated & Synthetic), (rayon nylon and polyester) - Blends - Characteristics (terrycot, terrysilk, terrywool). (ii) FabricConstruction: (a) Yarnmaking:Basicprocedureofmakingyarn(cotton,wool,silkandnylon). (b) Weaving:Basicmechanism,typesofweaves:plain(basketandrib),twill,sateem&satin weave. Abrief mention of special weaves (pile and jacquard weaves) (c) Othermethodsoffabricconstructions:knittingandnonwovenfabrics.(feltingandbonding). (d) Effectofweavesonappearance,durabilityandmaintenanceofgarment. (iii) Fabric Finishes: (a) Meaningandimportance. (b) Classificationoffinishes. - Basic finishes : (cleaning scouring), singeing, bleaching, stiffening, calendering and tentering. -Specialfinshes:(Mercerisation,shrinkagecontrol(sanforizing),waterproofing)
  5. 5. w w w .edurite.com 137 PRACTICALS Time: 3 Hours 30 Marks UNIT MARKS I. Concept of Home Science - II. Knowmyself - III. NutritionforSelf&Family 8 IV. MyResourcesandCommunity 8 V. MyApparel 7 Record 5 Viva 2 Total 30 Unit I : Concept of Home Science (Periods 2) Unit II : Know myself : issues related to adolescents (Periods 8) Activity: Observe and test your own strengths and weaknesses; Discuss about them in class with your teacher and fellow students; take decision about maximum utilization of strength, overcoming weaknesses,stressmanagement. Activity:Reportsituationsfromyourlifetoindicateyourinteractionwithinthefamily,withpeersand withmembersofthecommunity. Unit III : Nutrition for Self and Family (Periods 28) Activity:Lookforsignsofgoodpoorhealthwithinyourfamily. Activity: Make a list of foods available in the local market according to food groups. Activity: Observe how different food stuffs are stored at home and evaluate the effectiveness of the method; practise skills to preserve and optimise nutrients by preparing meals and snacks. Practical:Preparingnutritionssnacks,canteenmeal/mid-daymeal. Practical: Household methods of food preservation - Jam, Squash / Pickles / Chutney. Unit IV : My Resources and Community (Periods 30) Activity (Observation): Observe and list resources available at home and in neighbourhood. Make adetailedstudyonavailablecommunityresourceanditsmanagement,suggestimprovements. Activity:Criticallyevaluateanyoneactivitycentreofyourhouse.Suggestimprovements. Activity:Suggestaworkplanforyourselfforadayandstatewhereandwhywillyoutakehelpfrom others. Practicals: Make flower and foliage arrangements, floor decorations, clean and polish copper or brass, glass and iron.
  6. 6. w w w .edurite.com 138 Unit V : My Apparel (Periods 24) Activity:Collectsamplesoffabricsandstudycharacteristicsforidentification. Activity:Collectsamplesofweavesandidentifythem. Practicals: Carry out burning test, slippage test, tearing test and test for colour fastness. Practical:Dyeing:tieanddye,blockprintingonsmallsample. CLASS XII (THEORY) One Paper (Theory) Time: 3 Hours 70 Marks Unit Marks I. KnowLittleChildren 17 II. NutritionforSelf,FamilyandCommunity 17 III. MoneyManagementandConsumerEducation 17 IV. MyApparel 17 V. ThingsIcandowithmyHomeScienceTraining 2 Total 70 Unit I: Know Little Children (0-3 years) (Periods 34) Some specific characteristics: physical - height, weight and body proportions; motor development during0-3months,3-6months,6-9months,9-12monthsand1-3years(milestonesonly);socialand emotionaldevelopments;expressionofemotions,socialization;cognitivedevelopmentandlanguage development. Protection from preventable diseases: immunization - concept and types (natural and acquired), breast feeding (one of the ways to develop natural immunity); immunization chart; symptoms prevention,aftercareand incubation period of childhood diseases -tuberculosis,Diptheria,pertussis, tetanus, polio, measles, cholera, diarrhoea, chicken pox. Special needs of disadvantaged and disabled children: socially disadvantaged, physically handicapped (Blind,partially blind & deaf, affected/missing limb): characteristics & needs. Substitute care at home and outside: siblings, grand parents, neighbour/creche, day care centres etc: Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) - objectives and functions. Unit II : Nutrition for Self, Family and Community (Periods 36) Planning meals for the family: meaning and importance of meal planning, principles and factors affectingmealplanning,planningmealsforthefamily;keepinginmindtheneedsofindividualmembers, infants,schoolgoingchildrenadolecents,pregnantwomen,lactatingmother.

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