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    11 CBSE

    English CORE

    (Supplementary Material)

    (As Per the CBSE Syllabus 2020-21, the following topics have been newly Included)

    Grammar 1. Cloze-Passage 2. Debate Writing

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    SYLLABUS

    SECTION A

    READING COMPREHENSION 45 Periods There shall be two unseen passages (including poems) with a variety of questions like Objective Type Questions, Short Answer Questions and Multiple Choice Questions, including 04 marks for vocabulary such as word formation and inferring meaning.

    Multiple Choice Questions (1 x 6 = 6marks) Objective Type Questions ( 1 x 6 = 6marks) The range of the two passages including a poem or a stanza, should be 900-1000 words as per the following details:

    1. The passage of 550-600 words in length will be used for note-making and summarizing. ( Note making - 4 marks, Summarizing – 4 marks)

    2. The passage of 350-400 words in length will be used to assess comprehension, interpretation and inference.

    OR

    3. An unseen poem of 28-35 lines to assess comprehension, interpretation and inference.

    The passages as given above could be of any one of the following types:

    Factual passages, e.g., illustrations, description, reports / discursive passages involving opinion, e.g., argumentative, persuasive/literary passages e.g. extracts from fiction, biography, autobiography, travelogue, etc. In the case of a poem, the text may be shorter than the prescribed word limit.

    SECTION B

    WRITING SKILLS AND GRAMMAR 60 Periods

    Writing 1. One Short Answer Question: Based on notice/ poster/ advertisement. Posters

    and advertisements should lead to creative rendering, provisions for which should be made in the marking scheme. (4 Marks)

    2. Two Long Answer Questions: Letters based on verbal/visual input.

    (6 x 2=12 Marks)

    (ii)

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    It would cover all types of letters. Letter types may include: (a) business or official letters (for making enquiries, registering complaints, asking

    for and giving information, placing orders and sending replies)

    (b) letters to the editor (giving suggestions/opinions on an issue) Provide realistic context in the form of newspaper report/article to which the students may respond.

    (c) application for a job with a bio-data or résumé

    (d) letter to the school or college authorities, regarding admissions, school issues, requirements / suitability of courses, etc.

    3. Very Long Answer Question: Composition in the form of article/speech/report/ narrative/debate writing. Contemporary topical issues to be a part of speech and debate writing. For example, ‘Protests should not be permitted as a democratic right.’ (8 Marks)

    Grammar (6 Objective Type Questions) Different grammatical structures in meaningful contexts will be tested. Item types

    will include gap filling, sentence re- ordering, dialogue completion and sentence transformation. The grammar syllabus will include determiners, tenses, clauses, modals and Change of Voice. These grammar areas will be tested through 6 objective type questions on the following preferably contextualized grammar:

    A. Error Correction, editing tasks/cloze passages B. Re - ordering of sentences,

    C. Transformation of sentences

    SECTION C

    LITERATURE 70 Periods Questions from the prescribed texts to test comprehension at different levels, like literal, inferential and evaluative will be asked.

    1. Two Objective Type Questions out of three - Based on an extract from poetry to assess reference to context comprehension and appreciation. Direct questions to be avoided. Reference to the lines to be made, to answer questions based on the given extract. (1 x 2 = 2 Marks)

    2. Five Short Answer Questions out of six (3 questions should be from Hornbill) - Based on prose, poetry and plays from both the texts. Questions should elicit inferential responses through critical thinking.

    (2 x 5 = 10 marks) 3. One Long Answer Question out of two from Hornbill (to be answered in120-150

    words). Based on prescribed text to assess global comprehension and extrapolation beyond the texts. Questions to provide evaluative and analytical stimuli to the learners, using incidents, events, themes as reference points. (6 Marks)

    (iii)

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    4. One Long Answer Questions out of two from Snapshots (to be answered in120-150 words) -Based on incidents or events to test global comprehension and extrapolation beyond the texts. Questions to elicit creative responses and ability to form opinions. (6 Marks)

    5. One Long Answer Question out of two from Hornbill (to be answered in120- 150 words)- Questions to provide evaluative and analytical stimuli to the learners using incidents, events, themes as reference points. (6 Marks)

    Prescribed Textbook: 1. Hornbill: Textbook published by NCERT, New Delhi 2. Snapshots: Supplementary Reader published by NCERT, New Delhi

    INTERNAL ASSESSMENT Assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills 45 Periods Assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills will be for 20 marks. It is recommended that listening and speaking skills should be regularly practiced in the class.

    QUESTION PAPER DESIGN-2020-21 Time: 3 Hours Marks: 80+20=100

    Section Competencies Total marks %

    Weightage

    Comprehension

    Conceptual understanding, decoding, Analyzing, inferring, interpreting, appreciating, literary, conventions and vocabulary, summarizing and using appropriate format/s

    20 25%

    Writing Skills and Grammar

    Reasoning, appropriacy of style and tone, using appropriate format and fluency, inference, analysis, evaluation and creativity

    30 37.50%

    Literature Textbooks and Supplementary Reading Text

    Recalling, reasoning, appreciating literary convention, inference, analysis, creativity with fluency

    30 37.50%

    TOTAL 80 100%

    Assessment of Listening and Speaking Skills

    20 -

    GRAND TOTAL 100

    (iv)

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    1. In search of food a _________ of doves flew far away from their home. They were tired and _________ as they had flown a long way without finding any food. They took _______ in the shade of a banyan tree, where a great deal of rice was __________ on the ground.

    1. (a) gang (b) flock (c) pride (d) group 2. (a) thirsty (b) weary (c) hungry (d) helpless 3. (a) rest (b) flight (c) grains (d) hunger 4. (a) kept (b) scattered (c) taken (d) given Answers: 1. (b) flock; 2. (c) hungry 3. (a) rest 4. (b) scattered 2. It was impossible to ___________ a month at Ashoka Crown and not know the ______

    habits of each resident; and not long before my _______ was ended, I knew much concern- ing the Rich family. There was nothing new to be discovered respecting their poverty, for they had _______ simply and openly about that from the very first.

    1. (a) hide (b) live (c) speak (d) give 2. (a) monthly (b) weekly (c) daily (d) unwanted 3. (a) visit (b) journey (c) reference (d) calls 4. (a) heard (b) spoken (c) grumbled (d) cursed Answers: 1. (b) live, 2. (c) daily, 3. (a) visit 4. (b) spoken 3. “No”, said the imp, “I did not do it that way. I only made certain that the peasant had

    ______ corn than he needed. The _________ of wild animals is always in men; but as long as men have only as much corn as they need; it is kept under ________. But when he had corn to _________, he looked for ways of getting pleasure out if it.

    1. (a) enough (b) less (c) more (d) glassful 2. (a) nature (b) blood (c) behaviour (d) qualities 3. (a) use (b) showing (c) praise (d) control 4. (a) spare (b) feed (c) thresh (d) delight Answers: 1. (c) more, 2. (b) qualities 3. (d) control 4. (a) spare 4. Wular Lake is believed to be the __________ fresh water lake in Asia. In early _______

    it measures almost fifteen miles across. The journey can be performed by ________ in a motorcar or by __________ in a Shikara.

    1. (a) smallest (b) broadest (c) largest (d) slightest 2. (a) summer (b) winter (c) spring (d) autumn 3. (a) sea (b) an (c) road (d) water 4. (a) river (b) tank (c) canal (d) springs Answers: 1. (c) largest, 2. (a) summer 3. (c) road 4. (a) river 5. The __________ of a great newspaper office are not ever locked. All through the day

    and all through the night _________ has to be done so that ________ of the paper may be kept in touch with __________ which is of interest.

    1. (a) windows (b) walls (c) doors (d) stands

    Cloze-Passage1 GRAMMAR

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    2. (a) writing (b) reading (c) work (d) labour 3. (a) speakers (b) readers (c) binders (d) nothing 4. (a) anything (b) something (c) everything (d) calling Answers: 1. (c) doors, 2. (c) work, 3. (b) readers 4. (c) everything 6. Gautama sat for __________ days in his garden, thinking; and as he thought, he made

    up his mind to give up all his _________, to leave his beautiful _________and to find _________ for himself and fo

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