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Class 7 Civics:-

Chapter 1: On EqualityNCERT PDF
Chapter 2: Role of the Government in HealthNCERT PDF
Chapter 3: How the State Government WorksNCERT PDF
Chapter 4: Growing up as Boys and GirlsNCERT PDF
Chapter 5: Women Change the WorldNCERT PDF
Chapter 6: Understanding MediaNCERT PDF
Chapter 7: Markets Around UsNCERT PDF
Chapter 8: A Shirt in the MarketNCERT PDF
Chapter 9: Struggles for EqualityNCERT PDF

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There is a substantial difference between Civics
and Social and Political Life, not only in terms of
the topics covered but also in the pedagogic
approaches required in each subject area.
Keeping these in mind, this Introduction
attempts to clarify certain aspects of Social and
Political Life.
What is Social and Political Life?
Social and Political Life (SPL) is a new subject
area in middle school social science that has
replaced the earlier subject of Civics. The
National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005
strongly argues that Civics should be
discontinued and its focus on government
institutions and functioning should be tempered
in the new subject that replaces it. SPL, as its
name suggests, focuses on topics related to
social, political and economic life in
contemporary India.
What pedagogical
approach does SPL use?
SPL’s use of ‘real-life’ situations is a marked
departure from Civics. SPL uses these real
situations to teach concepts because it recognises
that children learn best through concrete
experiences. It uses material that draws upon
the experiential understanding of familial and
social issues that middle school children bring
to the classroom. SPL further develops the
learner’s abilities to critically understand and
analyse these issues in keeping with the tenets
of the Indian Constitution.
This pedagogical approach tends to avoid the
use of definitions to sum up a concept. Instead,
it uses case studies and narratives to explain
concepts. The concepts embedded within the
narratives are made clear through the in-text
and end-text questions. The aim is to have the
learner understand the concept through their
own experiences and write about it in their own

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