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Unit 1 - The Saviour of Mankind
The first chapter will cover certain aspects of the life fo the most revered personality in islam, the Holy Prophet. This makes it the perfect start to the rest of the course content.
The Holy Prophet(PBUH) behavior and his vision of a balanced and harmonious life on earth is based on the integration of the temporal and spiritual dimension of one's life, human reality and relationship with God Almighty.
And this is what you’re going to discover in this unit.
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Unit 2 – Patriotism
The spirit of patriotism makes us stay alert in the wake of foreign innovation.
This is the defining purpose of incorporating this chapter in the curriculum.
There are many instances in the history of Pakistan e.g. 1971, 1965 when people laid their lives for the defense of the country. All the patriots who embraced martyrdom were awarded Nishan-e-Haider, the highest military award.
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Unit 3 – Media and Its Impact
Unit three shifts towards a contemporary topic and niche of life, media.
If media is allowed to play its role unchecked then the bogus news given in the newspaper and on the TV channels, may raise blood pressure, thrilling attitude and create negative feelings in the mind audience. Overexposure to media may cause health problems also.
The children learn violence by seeing movies and TV programs. The middle-aged persons are stuck up with TV serials and show much interest in raising social status, by wasting money.
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Unit 4 - Hazrat Asma
This unit provides the students another role model front the history of islam.
Hazrat Asma (RA) was generous to such an extent that when he inherited of a garden after the death of her sister, Hazrat Ayesha, she sold it and give away all the money among the poor and the needy and felt more pleasure than those who received the gift.
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Unit 5 - Daffodils
A little break from the prose section is introduced through this famous delightful poem by William Wordsworth.
We probably have moments in our life that we replay in our memory - images to which photographs or videos cannot do justice because they cannot capture our feeling. In this poem. William Wordsworth captures both the images and feelings concerned about a special moment in his life.
The poem is a tribute to nature and its manifestations in all its glory. It beautifully presents before us not only the attractive and exciting beauty of nature but also the purifying and enduring impact of it on human beings.
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Unit 6 - Quaid's Vision and Pakistan
Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25th December 1876 at Wazir Mansion, Karachi of lower Sindh. He was the first of seven children of Jinnah bhai, who was a rich and successful Gujarati merchant. He moved to Sindh from Gujrat before Jinnah's birth.
His Grandfather's name is Poonja Gokuldas, which is an Indian name. His cast was Rajput, which is an Indian cast but these Rajputs were converted to Islam.
The textbook is replete with the accounts of renowned personalities. Another one incorporated is of Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. His background, education, political and judicial career will be discussed with relevance with the formulation of a nation in the subcontinent.
The future citizens of Pakistan, the students of class 9, will learn a great deal from this enlightening chapter. You can find the notes here:
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Unit 7 - Sultan Ahmad Mosque
The theme of the unit is to highlight the significance of Islamic architecture. The world of Islam has a splendid heritage of art and architecture in which they excelled throughout the history.
Mosques have always been the prominent feature of Islamic architecture. The essay not only highlights the glory of Sultan Mosque but also throws light on the skill and ability of the architects of the time.
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Unit 8 - Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening
Back with another poem. This profound and meaningful poem, composed by the American Romantic poet, Robert Frost,
The poem points out at the attractive and exciting .beauty of nature and simultaneously hints at the need to carry on with the daily affairs of life. The world of fantasy is very inviting. But one must maintain the balance between the world of reality and imagination.
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Unit 9 - All Is Not Lost
Nursing is an underrated profession in Pakistan. We do not value it the way we value some other professions. The story highlights the importance of nursing profession and how the sincere effort and strong determination of a nurse saves a patient from a near-crippling stage.
Teachers must apprise students about the importance of professions and the need to work honestly and sincerely and give one's best to them.
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Unit 10 - Drug Addiction
This unit is a great reminder to a social evil impacting especially the youth all around the world.
The theme revolves round harmful effects of drug addiction. It also refers to the importance of rehabilitation centers in treating drug addicts. It highlights the vital role that counseling plays in making people live a healthy life.
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Unit 11 - Noise In The Environment
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Unit 12 - Three Days To See
This chapter is taken from the autobiographical account of Hellen Keller.
Sometimes I have thought that it would be an excellent rule to live each day as if we should die tomorrow. Such an attitude would emphasize sharply the values of life. We should live each day with a gentleness, vigour, and a keenness of appreciation which is often lost when time stretches before us in the constant panorama of more days and months and years to come.
There are those, of course, who would adopt the motto of "eat, drink, and be merry" but most people would be chastened by the certainty of impending death.
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