Strictly Based On The Latest Syllabus Issued By CBSE Board .

2y ago
39 Views
3 Downloads
1.60 MB
12 Pages
Last View : 1m ago
Last Download : 5m ago
Upload by : Francisco Tran
Transcription

Strictly Based on the Latest Syllabus issued by CBSE Board for 2015 ExaminationQUESTION BANKChapter-Wise SolutionsEnglish CorePublished by :OSWAAL BOOKS“Oswaal House” 1/11, Sahitya Kunj, M.G. Road, AGRA-282002Ph.: 0562-2857671, 2527781, Fax : 0562-2854582, 2527784email : contact@oswaalbooks.com, website : www.oswaalbooks.com

Our DistributorsAndaman & NicobarPORT BLAIR: Mitali Enterprises, Ph. (03192) 230749GUNTOORHYDERABAD: Y. Renuka Devi, Ph.: (0863) 2252308: Himalaya Book World, Ph.: (040) 24732057,66822350Sri Balaji Book Depot, Ph.:(040) 27613300Unique Book World, Ph.:(040) 40061423Andhra PradeshAssamGUWAHATI: Books & Books, Ph.: 9854152607Prime Book & Periodicals, Ph.: (0361) 2733065BHAGALPURPATNA: Granthalaya, Ph. : (0641) 2301413: Bokaro Student Friends, Ph. : (0612) 2300600Nova Publisher & Distributors, Ph.: (0612) 2303437Sri Durga Pustak Mandir, Ph. : (0612) 2301704Sharda Pustak Bhandar, Ph.:9204528373, 9204281431Vikas Book Depot, Ph.: (0612) 2304753: New Aman Book & Stationers, Ph.: (06344)220757BiharMUNGERChattisgarhDURG: Jai Bhawani Book Depot, Ph.: (0788) 2327620DELHI: R.D. Chawla & Sons, Ph.:(011) 23282360 -61Mittal Books, Ph.: (011) 23288887DelhiGoaGOA: Golden Heart Emporium, Ph.:(0832) 2725208, 3257383AHMEDABADVAPISURAT: Tushar Book, Ph.: (079)26578741, 26587103Abhyas Book, Ph.: (079) 26766366Agrasen Book & Stationery, Ph.: (079) 27486239: Vinay General Store, Ph.: 9925817463: Shopping Point, Ph.: (0261) 2230097GURGAON: Mangla & Company, Ph.:(0124) 2329103, AGHRANCHI::::Bokaro Student Friends Ph.: (06542)234706, 2401520Bokaro Student Friends, Ph.: (0236) 2302493Kalyani Book House, Ph.: 09304804856Bokaro Student Friends, Ph. (0651) 2212447BANGALORE: Sapna Book House, Ph.: (080) 40114455, 40114453Vasanta Book House, Ph.: (080)22216342Chandarkala Book Centre, Ph.: (080) 22278190Balaji Books Centre, Ph.: (080) 23331259Sri Balaji Books & Stationers, Ph.: (080) 22117659: Pragati Book Stall, Ph.: (08392) 272727Chaitanya Agency and Books, Ph.: 8277477778: Laxmi Agencies, Ph.: (08192) 231271: Kulkarni Book Stall & Stationers, Ph.:(0836)2748720: Bharath Book Mark, Ph.: 0824-4273030 4260030School Book Co., 0824-2496923, ralaERNAKULAM: H & C Store,Ph.: (0484) 2377235Orient Book House, Ph.:(0484) 2370431Academic Book House, Ph.: 0484-2376613Surya Book House, Ph.: (0484) 2363721KOCHI: Skoo Books, Ph.: (0484) 4023111, 4023222KOTTAYAM: H &C Store, Ph.: (0481) 2304351BOOK Centre, Ph.: (0481) 2566992KOZHIKODE: Edumart, Ph.:(495) 4040395T.B.S. Publishers, Ph.: (0495) 2720085PATHANAMTHITTA : H & C Store, Ph.: (0468) 2223081PALARIVATTOM : H & C Store, Ph.: (0484) 2344337THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : Academic Book House, Ph.: 0471-2333349Madhya DHAYAVATMAL: Heera Stationers, Ph.: (0241) 2418774, 2418774: Book Emporium, Ph.: (022) 2436460: Maya Book Centre, Ph. (0240) 2360150Aarti Book Centre, Ph.: (0240) 2333366: Novelty Book Depot, Ph.: (07172-277418: Sharma Book Depot, Ph.: (0257) 6958794: Jai Book Co., Ph.: (0231) 2651008: Student Agencies, Ph.: (022) 40496161, 23513334Shivam Book &Stationer, Ph.:(022)28381014, 28236000Anjali Trading Co., Ph.: (022) 28714025, 28714024Vidyarthi Sales Agencies, Ph.:(022)23867279,23829330: Krishna Book Store, Ph.: (022) 27744962, 32980838: Novelty Book Depot, Ph.: (0712) 2534884Vijay Book Depot, Ph.: (0712) 2534217, 2520496Shree Balaji Agency, Ph.:(07122) 452361: India Book Agencies, Ph. : 9890489460Maheshwari Gen & Gift Centre, Ph.: 9422870354: Sai Shubham, Ph.: (020) 69498635, 09975687687: Mahavir General Store, Ph.: (0217)2723405: Unique Traders, Ph.: (07152) 243617, 9960644752: Dilip Book Agencies, Ph.: (07232) 245450BHUBANESWAR: Sagar Book Store, Ph.: (0674) 2516040, 2506040BARNALABHATINDALUDHIANA: Bhaian Di Hatti, Ph.: (01679) 2321717: Janta Book Depot, Ph.: (0164) 2253993: Chhabra Book Depot, Ph.: (0161) 2405427BHARATPURBHILWARAJAIPURKOTA::::GANGTOK: Kwality Store, Ph.: (03592) 202992)CHENNAI: Indian Book House, Ph.:(044) 24327784Ruby Books, Ph.: (044) 26425958Arraba Book Traders, Ph.: (044) 25387868AGARTALA: Book Corner, Ph.: (0381) 2301945AGRA: Ajay Book Depot, Ph. : (0562) 2254621, 2250262Om Pustak Mandir, Ph.: (0562) 2464014, 3059218Manav Book Depot, Ph.: (0562) 6545883: Shaligram & Sons, Ph.: (0571) 2421887: Mehrotra Book Depot, Ph.: (0532) 2400129, 2266128Book Wala, Ph.: 7388100488, 7388100499: Sasta Sahitya Sadan, Ph.: (05462) 224421: Raj Agencies, Ph.: 9412150750: Ram Kumar Mahaveer Prasad, Ph. : (01344) 221064: Kamal Prakashan, Ph.: (0120) 2830051, 2852806: Vidyarthi Sahitya Bhandar, Ph.: (0551) 2335002,2335564: Azad Book Distributor, Ph.:(0522)2350981,2619939: Mahi Book Palace, Ph.: (0121) 2641791, 2649644: Bokaro Student Friends, Ph.: (0542) 2401250CHANDRAPURJALGAONKOLHAPURMUMBAINAVI MUMBAINAGPURNANDEDOrissaPunjabRajasthanSunil Book Centre, Ph. (05644) 233777, 220650Nakoda Book Depot, Ph. : (01482) 239653Goyal Book Distributors,Ph.: (0141) 2571673Bhandari Stationers, Ph.: 0744-2391958SikkimTamil NaduTripuraUttar IABADGORAKHPURLUCKNOWMEERUTVARANASIWest BengalKOLKATA: Krishna Sons, Ph.:(0751)2320431: Arun Prakashan, Ph.:(0731)2454372, 2459448,Student Book Depot, Ph.: (0731) 2535892, 4053333Bhaiya Store, Ph.: (0731) 2531207: Akash Book Distributors, Ph.:(0761)4063099, 2653200Sangam General Store, Ph.: (0761)2412592, 2413673Jitendra Book Depot, Ph.: (0761)4078516: Agrasen Stationers, Ph.: (07622) 403377: Siddharth Enterprises, Ph.: (07662) 404019: Sri Nath Book Depot, Ph.: (0734) 2556903,2556902SILIGURI: Oriental Publishers,Ph.:(033) 22191591, 22198367Saha Book House, Ph.: (033) 22193671Eureka Book Emporium, Ph.: (033) 25934001Katha–O–Kahani Pvt. Ltd., Ph.: 22419071, 22196313: Novelty Books, Ph.: (0353) 2525445For more Book-shops visit www.OswaalBooks.com PublisherTypeset by : C-Set GraphicsPrinted by : MM.M. PrintersPrice : 199ISBN : 978-93-5127-223-6Code: 0105Disclaimer :Oswaal Books has exercised due care and caution in collecting the data beforepublishing this book. Inspite of this if any omission, inaccuracy or printing erroroccurs with regards to the data contained in this book, Oswaal Books will notbe held responsible or liable. Oswaal Books will be grateful if you could pointout any such error or your suggestion which will be of great help for otherreaders.

CONTENTS Examination Paper, 2014 (KVS) HyderabadExamination Paper, 2014 (KVS)1-45-8SECTION–A : READING1.2.Unseen PassagesNote-Making1 - 2122 - 36SECTION–B : WRITING SKILLS AND GRAMMAR1.2.3.WritingGrammarTesting Gramatical Sturcture39 - 7071 - 8485 - 115SECTION–C : LITERATURE AND LONG READING TEXTHornbill1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.The Portrait of a LadyA Photograph (Poem)We’re not Afraid to Die : If We can all Be TogetherDiscovering Tut : The Saga ContinuesThe Voice of the Rain (Poem)The Ailing Planet : The Green Movements RoleThe Browing VersionChildhood (Poem)Father to Son (Poem)119 - 124125 - 127128 - 133134 - 138139 - 141142 - 146147 - 150151 - 153154 - 156Supplementary Reader : Snapshots1.2.3.4.5.6.7.The Summer of the Beautiful White HorseThe AddressRanga’s MarriageAlbert Einstein at SchoolMother’s DayBirthThe Tale of Melon City157 - 162163 - 168169 - 174175 - 179180 - 186187 - 191192 - 195LONG READING TEXT-NOVELThe Canterville Ghost (Unabridged version 1906 Edition)OrUp from Slavery (2000 Edition)GATEWAY TO ASL1. Specification for Speaking2. Speaking Test3. Discriptors for Assessment of Speaking4. Specification for Listening5. Listening Audio Script 1 Worksheet 1 Audio Script 2 Worksheet 2197 - 206207 - 222224 - 225226 - 227228 - 228229 - 230231 - 240

PREFACECBSE always believes in Global Trends of Educational Transformation. The CBSEcurriculum gets its lead from National Curriculum Framework – 2005 and Right to Free andCompulsory Education Act – 2009. The aim of CBSE Curriculum is not just to let learnersobtain basic knowledge but to make them life-long learners. CBSE always updates andreviews the syllabus to make it more relevant with educational transformation and in lastfew years the chapters and topics which CBSE has added are very interesting and increasepractical knowledge.Oswaal Question banks are designed to nurture individuality and thus enhanceone's innate potentials which help in increasing the self-study mode for students. This bookstrengthens knowledge and attitude related to subject. It is designed in such a way thatstudents can set their own goals and can improve their problem solving and thinking skills.The journey of this book is never ending as this book is reviewed every year andnew questions, previous year's examination questions, new HOTS or any change insyllabus is updated time to time. Also regular review and reader's feedback increases theefficiency of this book gradually.Moreover, every Question Bank strictly follows the latest syllabus and pattern, andcontains more than sufficient questions and brief description of chapters, which helpstudents in practicing and completing the syllabus. Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)questions, solutions to important NCERT questions and questions from KendriyaVidyalaya Sangathan makes this book complete and very efficient. Solutions are alwayschecked twice and tried to make precise as per marking scheme. Practically, this bookprovides students everything they need to learn.At last we would like to thank our authors, editors, reviewers and specially studentswho regularly send us suggestions which helps in continuous improvement of this bookand makes this book stand in the category of “One of the Best”. Wish you all HappyLearning.–Publisher

ijh{kk lEcU/kh vko’;d tkudkjhENGLISH CORESYLLABUS FOR CLASS - XISECTION : AREADING COMPREHENSION45 Periods Very short answer / Short answer and MCQ types questions:Two unseen passages (including poems) with a variety of questions including 04 marks for vocabularysuch as word formation and inferring meaning. The total range of the 2 passages including a poem or astanza, should be around 900-1000 words.1. 550-600 words in length (for note-making and summarising)2. 350-400 words in length (to test comprehension, interpretation and inference)An unseen poem of about 28-35 lines.The passages 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 apoem, the text may be shorter than the prescribed word limit.SECTION : BWriting Skills and GrammarWRITING60 Periods Short Answer Questions: Based on notice/ poster/ advertisement Long Answer Questions: Letters based on verbal/visual input. It would cover all types of letters. Letter types may include:( a ) business or official letters (for making enquiries, registering complaints, asking for and givinginformation, placing orders and sending replies)( b ) letters to the editor (giving suggestions / opinions on an issue)( c ) application for a job with a bio-data or resume( d ) letter to the school or college authorities, regarding admissions, school issues, requirements / suitabilityof courses, etc. Very Long Answer Question: Composition in the form of article, speech, report writing or a narrative( vi ))

GRAMMAR30 Periods Different grammatical structures in meaningful contexts will be tested. Item types will include gapfilling, sentence re-ordering, dialogue completion and sentence transformation. The grammar syllabuswill include determiners, tenses, clauses, modals and Change of Voice. These grammar areas will betested using the following short answer type and MCQ type questions: Error Correction, editing tasks, Re - ordering of Sentences, Transformation of sentencesSECTION CLiterature and Long Reading Texts/ Novels70 PeriodsQuestions to test comprehension at different levels: literal, inferential and evaluative1. Hornbill: Textbook published by NCERT, New Delhi2. Snapshots: Supplementary Reader published by NCERT, New DelhiThe following have been deleted:TextbooksName of the lessons deletedHornbill1. Landscape of the Soul2. The Adventure3. Silk Road4. The Laburnum Top (Poetry)Snapshots5. The Ghat of the only World Very Short Answer Questions - Based on an extract from poetry to test reference to contextcomprehension and appreciation. Short Answer Questions - Based on prose, poetry and plays from both the texts. Long Answer Question - Based on prescribed texts to test global comprehension and extrapolationbeyond the texts to bring out the key messages and values. Long Answer Questions - Based on theme, plot, incidents or event from the prescribed novels. Long Answer Question - Based on understanding appreciation, analysis and interpretation of thecharacters.Note: Values-based questions may be given as long answers in the writing or literature sections.Long Reading Texts / Novels (Anyone)With a view to inculcate the habit of reading among the students, CBSE has introduced compulsoryreading of a Long Reading Text - Novel in the English Core Course and will be evaluated in the Term-endAssessments. Schools can opt for either one of the texts.Novels AuthorThe Canterville Ghost - Oscar Wilde (Unabridged 1906 Edition)Up from Slavery - Booker T. Washington (Unabridged 2000 Edition) Assessment of Speaking and Listening skills (ASL)45 PeriodsIt is recommended that speaking and listening skills should be regularly taught in the class.( vii )

( viii )Conceptual understanding, decoding,analysing, inferring, interpreting,appreciating, literary conventions andvocabulary, summarising and usingappropriate format/sReasoning, appropriacy of style andtone, using appropriate format andfluency inference, analysis, evaluation,and creativity appreciation applying oflanguages conventions, comprehensionusing structures integratively,accuracy and fluencyReading SkillsWriting Skillsand GrammarSkillsAssessmentof Speaking andListening SkillsTOTALInteraction, reasoning, diction,articulation, clarity, pronunciation andoverall fluencyLiterary TextRecalling, reasoning, appreciating abooks and longliterary conventions, inference, analysis,reading text/Novel evaluation, creativity with fluencyTypology of questions/Learning outcomesTypologyTime : 3 hr.6 1 6––6MCQ1 mark19 1 19––3106VeryshortAnswerQuestion1 mark4 3 123––1ShortAnswerQuestion3 marksClass XI1 4 4––1ShortAnswerQuestion4 marksEnglish Core(Code No. 301)Question Paper Design 2014-155 5 254(L S)––––1LongAnswer-180 -100words5 marks4 6 2431––LongAnswer-2120 - 150words6 marks1 10 150 - 200words(HOTS)10 marks10020303020Overall %Marks : 80 20 100

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHANHYDERABAD REGIONCOMMON SESSION ENDING EXAMINATION 2013-14SUBJECT : ENGLISH (CORE)CLASS-XI(EXAMINATION PAPER)Time Allowed : 3.00 Hours ][ Maximum Marks : 80General Instructions :(i) This paper has three sections viz. A, B and C. All the sections are compulsory.Section A–ReadingSection B–Writing & GrammarSection C–Text Books & Long Reading Text(ii) Read the instructions carefully and follow them.(iii) Do not exceed the prescribed words limit.SECTION – A : READING1.20 Marks30 Marks30 Marks(20 Marks)Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow :Memories of Madiba1. This is a Nelson Mandela story that will never make it to the official narrative. Worldleaders paid their tribute in South Africa, but at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi, whereNelson Mandela twice stayed, a butler remembers him as the man who waved good-bye.2. Barak Obama met Mandela once. But Maqbool, neither a president nor a politician, probablygot to see the real Mandela. He was on duty twice when Madiba (Mandela) came toIndia. For the famous world leader, Maqbool was not just a faceless man in uniform, but areal person.3. Maqbool, who will retire by the middle of next year, has been around longer than most of thePresident's men. His relationship with the Rashtrapati Bhavan goes back 60 years. He grewup in the sprawling green of Lutyens Estate and followed his father into the service. And, inhis vast expanse of memories, the Mandela moments occupy a special place. “Hume bolagaya tha ki ek Gandhiji aayenge [We were told that a Gandhi was coming for a visit], “hesays with a smile. “We didn't Know who he was then.”4. Much to Maqbool's disappointment, Mandela did not look like Gandhi. He was charmednevertheless. “His hands were very strong,” he says. “You could tell that he had donephysical labour.” For Maqbool, who has dealt with many heads of state, Mandela seems to bespecial not just because of the similarities with Gandhi, but also because of the impressionMadiba made on him. “He called all of us and asked us to write down our names. We did. Hethen copied them and gave us all his autograph. I still have mine, but I didn't realize thevalue of it then.” he says.5. The man who was famously always free–even when he was in prisons for 27 years – came toIndia first in 1990 and then as president of South Africa in 1995 and was conferred withBharat Ratna the highest civilian honour. Power did not seem to affect him to the way hetreated people. “He always spoke softly. He was unfailingly polite, calm and very patient.”says Maqbool.6. He even travelled with President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam when he went to South Africa. “I SawMandela's cell,” he says. It was small. It is difficult to imagine how he spent thoseyears in prison, But if you look at his photographs, you cannot find one thatdoesn't have him smiling. He had a smile on his face always.7. In his speech on December 10, President Pranab Mukherjee said Mandela was “a toweringpersonality of great compassion and wisdom.” Maqbool did not hear that speech but hisexperience is a proof that the words were true. “Most VIPs don't walk out the door after

Lo gin RegisterSearch by T itle / Author / ISBN / DescriptionPRODUCT NOT FOUND!Pro d uct no t fo und !cont inueProducts By AlphabetA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #School BooksOswaal Bo o ksClass 10th Bo o ksClass 12th Bo o ksEngineering BooksRGPV Bo o ks & No tesVT U Bo o ks & No tesFree Engineering Bo o ksCompetitive ExamsBank PO ExamGate Bo o ksT eaching Exams Bo o ksProf essional CoursesICSI Bo o ks & Study Materials 0

Chartered Acco untant Bo o ksCo mpany Secretary Bo o ksAbout KopyKit ab.comKo pykitab is Ind ia's 1 st d igital & multiple publishers platfo rm. Ko pykitab has largest co llectio n o f e-textbo o ks& brand ed d igital co ntent in Higher & Scho o l ed ucatio n. We have stro ng fo und atio n o f lead ing publishers &tuto rials as co ntent partners.We o ffer e-textbo o k, T est Preparatio n, No tes & LMS fo r vario us curriculam to Stud ents, Pro fessio nals &Institutes. T hese are same textbo o ks, way smarter. Our go al is to make ed ucatio n affo rd able & accessible.A user can access the co ntent in all electro nic d evices e.g. Mo bile, PC & T absInformat ionLinksMy AccountAbo ut UsICSI eLibraryRefer & EarnFAQKo pyKitab eBo o k ReaderMy Acco untPrivacy Po licyCo ntact UsOrder Histo ryT erms & Co nditio nsSite MapWish ListPayment Info rmatio nNewsletterMy LibraryVerified By 2 0 15 DigiBo o k T echno lo gies (P) Ltd , All Rights Reserved . An ISO 9 0 0 1:2 0 0 8 Certified Co mpany

Strictly Based on the Latest Syllabus issued by CBSE Board for 2015 Examination Chapter-Wise Solutions . questions, solutions to important NCERT questions and questions from Kendriya . the tex

Related Documents:

May 02, 2018 · D. Program Evaluation ͟The organization has provided a description of the framework for how each program will be evaluated. The framework should include all the elements below: ͟The evaluation methods are cost-effective for the organization ͟Quantitative and qualitative data is being collected (at Basics tier, data collection must have begun)

Silat is a combative art of self-defense and survival rooted from Matay archipelago. It was traced at thé early of Langkasuka Kingdom (2nd century CE) till thé reign of Melaka (Malaysia) Sultanate era (13th century). Silat has now evolved to become part of social culture and tradition with thé appearance of a fine physical and spiritual .

̶The leading indicator of employee engagement is based on the quality of the relationship between employee and supervisor Empower your managers! ̶Help them understand the impact on the organization ̶Share important changes, plan options, tasks, and deadlines ̶Provide key messages and talking points ̶Prepare them to answer employee questions

On an exceptional basis, Member States may request UNESCO to provide thé candidates with access to thé platform so they can complète thé form by themselves. Thèse requests must be addressed to esd rize unesco. or by 15 A ril 2021 UNESCO will provide thé nomineewith accessto thé platform via their émail address.

Dr. Sunita Bharatwal** Dr. Pawan Garga*** Abstract Customer satisfaction is derived from thè functionalities and values, a product or Service can provide. The current study aims to segregate thè dimensions of ordine Service quality and gather insights on its impact on web shopping. The trends of purchases have

Chính Văn.- Còn đức Thế tôn thì tuệ giác cực kỳ trong sạch 8: hiện hành bất nhị 9, đạt đến vô tướng 10, đứng vào chỗ đứng của các đức Thế tôn 11, thể hiện tính bình đẳng của các Ngài, đến chỗ không còn chướng ngại 12, giáo pháp không thể khuynh đảo, tâm thức không bị cản trở, cái được

Le genou de Lucy. Odile Jacob. 1999. Coppens Y. Pré-textes. L’homme préhistorique en morceaux. Eds Odile Jacob. 2011. Costentin J., Delaveau P. Café, thé, chocolat, les bons effets sur le cerveau et pour le corps. Editions Odile Jacob. 2010. Crawford M., Marsh D. The driving force : food in human evolution and the future.

Le genou de Lucy. Odile Jacob. 1999. Coppens Y. Pré-textes. L’homme préhistorique en morceaux. Eds Odile Jacob. 2011. Costentin J., Delaveau P. Café, thé, chocolat, les bons effets sur le cerveau et pour le corps. Editions Odile Jacob. 2010. 3 Crawford M., Marsh D. The driving force : food in human evolution and the future.