MOUNT ABU SCHOOL PLANNING FOR DECEMBER OF E.V.S SYLLABUS: 1. Lesson-26 MOSQUITOES AND MALARIA (written) 2. Lesson-27 FUELS FOR VEHICLES (sensitivity test) 3. Lesson-28 ADVENTURE AND EXPLORATION (oral) DIAGRAMS: 1. Draw a various measures taken to control malaria. 2. Draw showing wind energy being harnessed. 3. Draw the important climbing equipment. ACTIVITIES: 1. Draw a life cycle of mosquitoes. 2. Name some big oil refineries and mention their location in India. MOSQUITOES AND MALARIA READING: - Page no- 188 &189 and explanation READING: - Page no- 189 & 190 with explanation and back exercise in the book only. WEB CHART: VALUE: - malaria is spread by female anopheles mosquitoes which breed in stagnant water. DIFFICULT WORDS: 1. Widespread 2. Mosquitoes 3. Stagnant 4. Plasmodium 5. Anopheles 6. Logging 7. Convulsions 8. Anaemia 9. Jaundice 10. Microscope 11. Repellents 12. Chloroquine 13. Diagnose 14. Prevention IMPORTANT TERMS: 1. PLASMODIUM: - Tiny germs which are live in the body of mosquitoes. These germs are called Plasmodium. 2. STAGNANT WATER: -the water which is not moving that can cause mosquitoes to breed and reproduce. MALARIA:- 1. It is caused by tiny germs which live in the body of mosquitoes called plasmodium. 2. When mosquito bites a human being, the germs pass into the human body along with its saliva and cause fever. 3. It is spread by female anopheles mosquito which feeds on the blood of human 4. Female anopheles mosquito was discovered by BREEDING: 1. Mosquitoes need a warm and moist environment to breed. 2. They live in grasses and bushes near standing water where they lay eggs. 3. They also breed in stagnant water which is collected in waste containers, ponds, well etc. OCCURENCE OF MALARIA: Malaria incidences increase with onset of monsoon in the month of June to October. SYMPTOMS OF MALARIA: 1. A person suffers from fever and severe headache and chills up to several hours. 2. Followed by vomiting and convulsions. 3. Without treatment, the liver and spleen become swollen and followed by anaemia and jaundice. DIAGNOSIS: 1. Malaria can be diagnosed by blood test in the laboratory. 2. Proper medication. PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF MALARIA: 1. Fix wire netting on the windows to prevent mosquitoes from entering in the 2. Wear protective clothes to prevent yourself from mosquito bites. 3. Use mosquito repellents like cream and coil at night. 4. Spray oils in stagnant water to prevent mosquito from breeding. 5. Take anti- malaria medicine like chloroquine to protect yourself against malaria. IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: 1. Do not allow water to collect in drains, pots, room cooler etc as they provide breeding ground for mosquitoes. 2. Spray kerosene oil in ponds to keep mosquitoes away. 3. Spray DDT around the area where mosquitoes can breed. QUESTION- ANSWERS Q1. Fill in the blanks: 1. ____________________ is the breeding ground for all kinds of germs. 2. Malaria is spread by female ________________________ mosquitoes. 3. __________________ is sprayed in our neighbourhood regularly. 4. ____________________ is an anti-malarial drug. Q2. Tick the correct option: 1. The presence or absence of malaria can be confirmed by urine test/ blood test. 2. Dengue is caused by the bite of anopheles mosquito/ aedes aegypti mosquito. 3. Malaria can be prevented by keeping the surroundings clean/ dirty. Q3. Difference between: 1. Dengue and malaria Q4. Give reasons: 1. Malaria is also known as marsh fever. 2. Wire netting fixes on the house windows. Q5. Answer the following question: 1. List the symptoms of malaria. 2. How can we prevent the spread of malaria in our houses? 3. How can we diagnose the occurrence of malaria? 4. Who discovered the female anopheles mosquito and when? 5. What are the conditions where mosquitoes breed? Q6. Complete the sequence: Symptoms of malaria--------_____________________ __________________ ____________________ ____________________ Q7. What is malaria? Discuss the various ways of preventions and cure from malaria? Class –Test Ch- 26 Mosquitoes and Malaria Q1. Fill in the blanks: 1. __________________ fixes on the house windows. 2. Malaria is also known as _____________________. 3. The presence or absence of malaria can be confirmed by __________________ 4. ___________________ is sprayed in our neighbourhood. Q2. Match the following 1. Headache a) female anopheles mosquito 2. Blood Test b) symptoms of malaria 3. Sir Ronald Ross c) breeding of malaria 4. Stagnant water d) diagnosis malaria Q3. Give one word: 1. The breeding ground for all kinds of germs in ______________ 2. Dengue is caused by bite of _________________ Q4. Answer the following question: 1. What happen when malaria is untreated? 2. Why we applied mosquitoes repellents used at night? 3. What happen when mosquito bites? 4. Which medicine is given to the malaria patient? Q5. Define the following: 1. Stagnant water 2. Plasmodium DIAGRAM: Draw a various measures taken to control malaria. ACTIVITY: - Draw a life cycle of mosquitoes. ASSIGNMENT: - L-26 will be done in the classroom from the school website. FUELS FOR VEHICLES READING: - Page no- 192 &193 and explanation READING: - Page no- 193 & 194 with explanation and back exercise in the book only. DIAGRAM: Draw showing wind energy being harnessed. ACTIVITY: - Name some big oil refineries and mention their location in India ASSIGNMENT: - L-27 will be done in the classroom from the school website. ADVENTURE AND EXPLORATION READING: - Page no- 196 &197 and explanation READING: - Page no- 197 & 198 with explanation and back exercise in the book only. DIAGRAM: Draw the important climbing equipment. ASSIGNMENT: - L-28 will be done in the classroom from the school website.
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