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  1. Concept Map
  2. Additional Resources
    1. OER
      1. List web resources with a  brief description of what it contains; how it can be used and whether it can be by teacher/ student or both
      2. Books and journals
      3. Textbooks
      4. Syllabus documents
    2. Non-OER
      1. List web resources with a  brief description of what it contains; how it can be used and whether it can be by teacher/ student or both
      2. Books and journals
      3. Textbooks
      4. Syllabus documents (CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE etc)
  3. Learning Objectives

What are the students expected to understand/ learn from this topic. These can drive from the large concept map and should be listed at the concept level.

  1. Teaching Outlines
    1. Concept 1:
      1. Briefly describe the concept (2-3 sentences)
    2. Activities
      1. Page name - Name of activity. Add a meanningful 1-2 line blurb of the activity.
      2. Template
        1. Objective of activity
        2. Pre-requisites/ prior competencies
        3. Resources needed (digital and non-digital)
        4. How to do the activity (both hands-on steps and discussion questions)
        5. Evaluation at the end of the activity
    3. Solved problems/ key questions (earlier was hints for problems). (This will be directly correlated to the textbook so that teacher gets what they may be looking for but we must have additional questions which are sourced from other resources)
  2. Projects (can include math lab/ science lab/ language lab)
  3. Assessments - question banks, formative assessment activities and summative assessment activities

Categories will be: (Subject), (Topic), (Class 8), (Class 9), (Class 9), (Concept Map), (Question banks), (Assessments), Formative, Summative