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Secondary School Curriculum 2016-17
Secondary
Curriculum
2016-17
Volume - II
Languages
Effective for the Academic Session 2016-17 for classes IX-X
This document needs to be read in conjuntion with Secondary School Curriculum volume-I and with
reference to circulars issued by CBSE from time to time
(For English and Hindi Languages, other main Subjects and Scheme of
Studies please refer to Volume-I of the Curriculum)
Central Board of Secondary Education
Shiksha Kendra, 2, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Vikas Marg,
Delhi - 110092
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March - 2016
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Contents
S. No.
Subject
Code No.
Page No
1.
Arabic
016
363
2.
Assamese
014
369
3.
Bahasa Melayu
099
377
4.
Bengali
005
395
5.
Bhutia
095
408
6.
Bodo
092
420
7.
French
018
428
8.
German
020
437
9.
Gujarati
010
451
10.
Japanese
094
468
11.
Kannada
015
475
12.
Kashmiri
097
489
13.
Lepcha
026
512
14.
Limboo
025
520
15.
Malayalam
012
532
16.
Manipuri
011
542
17.
Marathi
009
550
18.
Mizo
098
567
19.
Nepali
024
575
20.
Odia
013
579
21.
Persian
023
588
V
22.
Punjabi
004
596
23.
Russian
021
603
24.
Sanskrit
122
607
25.
Sindhi
008
623
26.
Spanish
096
631
27.
Tamil
006
643
28.
Tangkhul
093
651
29.
Telugu
089
655
30.
Telugu
007
661
31.
Tibetan
017
667
32.
Urdu (Course-A)
003
675
33.
Urdu (Course-B)
303
683
34.
Gurung
132
693
35.
Tamang
133
701
36.
Shepra
134
705
37.
Rai
131
717
38.
Thai
136
727
VI
01 SYLLABUS FOR ARABIC (CODE: 016)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time 3 Hours
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Marks: 90
Section
Details of Topics/Section
Type of
No. of
Questions
Marks
Section - A
Reading
Prose: Extract from text (Different kinds of verbs
and change the number) Lesson 1-9
Poetry: Extract from text book (Nouns and
SA
1
6
SA
1
6
prepositions) Lesson No. 12
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
Formation of 6 sentences (give words)
Fill in the Blanks (One blank in one sentences)
Formation of duals
LA
SA
SA
Sub Total
1
1
1
12
12
5
5
Give antonyms
Pick and choose (Provide a sentence and ask to
SA
SA
Sub Total
1
1
22
4
4
pick mushar and mushar 'ilaihi')
Theory of Grammar (Definition and examples)
LA
1
7
(example: 3 nos)
Theory of Grammar (Definition and examples)
LA
1
7
(example: 3 nos)
Section - D
Textbook
Prose: Lesson 1-9:
LA
Sub Total
1
22
16
Translation of any two passages out of three
Questions from given passage
SA
1
4
Poetry: Lesson No. 12
LA
1
10
(Explanation of any four verses)
Central Idea of poem
SA
1
Sub Total
Grand Total
4
34
90
363
SYLLABUS FOR ARABIC (CODE: 016)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time 3 Hours
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section
Section - A
Reading
Details of Topics/Section
Marks: 90
Type of
No. of
Questions
Marks
Prose: Extract from text (Different kinds of
verbs and change the number)Lesson 10, 11,
13-17, 19-25
SA
1
6
Poetry: Extract from textbook (Nouns and
SA
1
6
prepositions) Lesson 18 and 16
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
LA
SA
SA
Sub Total
1
1
1
12
12
5
5
Murakkab Wasfi (Choose) give text to choose
Maadi and all of its kinds. Examine only in
SA
MCQ
Sub Total
1
1
22
2
2
sound verbs
Simple Mudaare' (Aorist) and examine only in
MCQ
1
2
sound verbs
Formation of Amr (Haadir, Ghaib and
SA
1
6
Mutakallim) and examine only in sound verbs
Nahi (Haadir, Ghaib and Mutakallim) and
LA
1
2
examine only in sound verbs
Formation of Ism Faa'il and Ism Mafóol and
LA
1
8
Formation of 6 sentences (give words)
Fill in the Blanks (One blank in one sentences)
Formation of duals
examine only in sound verbs
Section - D
Textbook
Sub Total
1
22
16
Prose: Lesson 10, 11, 13-17, 19, 25
LA
Translation of any two Passages out of three
Questions from given passage
SA
1
4
SA
1
4
SA
1
Sub Total
Grand Total
4
34
90
Poetry: Lesson No. 16 & 18 (Explanation of any
four verses)
Central Idea of poem
364
SYLLABUS FOR ARABIC (CODE: 016)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time 3 Hours
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section
Section - A
Reading
Details of Topics/Section
Marks: 90
Type of
No. of
Questions
Marks
Prose: Extract from textbook (Choose Faail
and Mafool) Lesson 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10
SA
1
6
Poetry : Extract from text book
SA
1
6
(Nouns and prepositions) Lesson 4 and 8
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
Formation of 6 sentences (give words)
Fill in the blanks with given words
Formation of verbal sentences (F'il, Faa'il and
LA
SA
Sub Total
1
2
12
12
10
MCQ
Sub Total
1
22
4
Maf'ool Bihi)
Definition and examples of Mafroo'aat
LA
1
7
(Theory of grammar)
Definition and examples of Mansoobaat
LA
1
7
(Mafaa' eel Khamsah, Ism- Inna wa
Akhawaatuhaa, Khabar Kaana wa
Akhawaatuhaa)
Conjunctions: Huroof-'Atf
Section - D
Textbook
MCQ
1
Sub Total
1
4
22
16
Prose: Lesson 1,2,3,5,6,7,9,10: (Translation
LA
of any 2 out of three passages)
Questions from given passage
SA
1
4
Poetry : Lesson No. 4 and 8
LA
1
10
(Explanation of any four verses)
Central Idea of poem
SA
1
Sub Total
Grand Total
4
34
90
365
SYLLABUS FOR ARABIC (CODE: 016)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time 3 Hours
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section
Section - A
Reading
Details of Topics/Section
Prose: Extract from text books (Choose
Nawasib, Jawazim, singular and plurals)
Lesson 11,12,13,15,16,17,19,20
Poetry : Extract from text book (Broken
Total 90 Marks
Type of
No. of
Questions
Marks
SA
1
6
SA
1
6
Plural, Sound Verb, Noun) Lesson 14 and 18
Section - B
Translation of any five simple sentences of
Writing
Arabic into English, Urdu or Hindi and Viceversa
Composition: (Short paragraph or letter on a
LA
LA
Sub Total
2
1
12
10
12
given topic)
Section - C
Grammar
Pronouns
Dual
Definition and examples of Mudare (Aorist)
with Huroof Al-Nawaasib or Al-Jawaazim
Jam' Saalim and Jam'
MCQ
MCQ
LA
SA
Sub Total
1
1
1
1
22
4
4
6
4
Mukassar (Qillat and Kathrat:
Section - D
Textbook
Mafaa'il, Mafaa'eel, Fu'ool and Af'aal)
Noonkhafeefah and Thaqeelah in Mudaare'
SA
Prose: Lesson 11,12,13,15,16,17, 19,20:
LA
(Translation of any 2 out of three passages)
Questions from given passage
SA
1
4
Poetry : Lesson No. 14 and 18
LA
1
10
(Explanation of any 4 verses)
Central Idea of poem
SA
1
Sub Total
Grand Total
4
34
90
366
1
Sub Total
1
4
22
16
Guidelines/Activities for Conducting Formative Assessment in Arabic
For Classes – IX and X for ARABIC language.
Marks: 20+20=40
For both Terms for both Classes:
I.Comprehension:
(i)
Correct the sentences (only one mistake in one sentence)
(ii) Fill in the blanks (only one blank in one sentence)
(iii) Giving topic to write sentences.
(iv) MCQ
(v) Give antonyms.
II.Reading
(i)
Unseen passage / stories
(ii) Pronunciation
(iii)
Meaning of the words
(iv) Sentence formation
(v) Singular/plural (Change the number)
III.
Oral reproduction of lessons
IV.
Preparation of teaching aids (charts, play cards, descriptive pictures for prose or poem.)
V.
Conversation between the teacher and the students.
VI.
Recitation of poem.
Prescribed Text Books:
For Class IX – Minhajul TaÍeem al - thaanawi (Part 1) CBSE – 2010
For CLASS - X – Minhajul TaÍeem al - thaanawi (Part 2) CBSE – 2011
367
Basic Template of Setting Question Paper
S.
Typology of Questions
No
1
and Teaching
Skills
Mark
Listening,
based simple recall
Speaking,
Reading
SA
LA
Mark
%
3 Marks
5 Marks
s
7
1*
---
10
10
4
2*
2*
20
22.5
1
3*
2*
20
22.5
2
1*
2*
15
17
----
----
5
25
28
14
7
11
90
100
and Writing
Skills
Understanding
(Comprehension- Familiar
questions with meaning)
3
SA/MCQ
1
Remembering (Knowledge
questions)
2
Learning Outcomes
Application
(application of knowledge
to new situations,
Reasoning
Analytical Skills
Evaluation
Skills
Justify,
Interpret,
Conclude,
Explain
inferential,)
Creative Skills4
Higher Order Thinking
Composing,
Skills (HOTS) (Analysing &
Constructing,
evaluation open ended
Summarizing,
questions)
Organizing,
Planning
5
Creating
Reflect opinion,
(Formation and Evaluation
make judgment
in different
contexts on the
basis of values
imbibed
of a Judgment or
Situation)
Total
* Marked questions may have more than one part.
368
02. SYLLABUS FOR ASSAMESE – CODE 014
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Weightage
Section - A
Reading
1.
Comprehension :
One unseen passage of minimum 500 words. There will be twelve
general questions from the passage and three grammar based
question of 01 mark each is a must from the passage.
2. Composition :
15
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
i.Story Writing
6x1=6
ii. Amplification
4x1=4
iii.Report Writing
3. Byakaran (Grammar):
5x1=5
i. Anukar, Anurup Sabda
ii. Swara Sandhi
Section - D
Textbook
5+10+10 = 25
iii.Bisheshya, Bishesan, Sarbanam
4. Poetry :
15
i. Sishu Lila : Srimanta Sankardev
ii. Mor Desh : Hiren Bhattacharya
5. Prose :
i.Annyar Prati Byabahar : Satyanath Bora
15
ii.Bharatar Baichityar Majat Aikya : Dr. Hemanta Kumar
Sarma
6. Supplementary Reader :
5
Ajokha : Syed Abdul Malik
Total
90
Prescribed Text Books:
1.
Sahitya Subas, Published by Assam State Textbook Production & Publication Corporation Ltd.,
Guwahati – 781001.
2.
Rachana Bichitra (Byakaronor Soite) by Dharma Singha Deka: Published by Assam Book Depot
Panbazar, Guwahati – 781001.
369
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR ASSAMESE : CODE 014
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016) – SA I
Section
Details of Topics/Section
Type of
Questions
No. of
Questions
Marks
Section - A
Reading
1.Comprehension:
One unseen Passage of minimum 500 words.
There will be twelve general questions from the
passage and three grammar based question of 01
mark each is a must from the passage.
2. Writing Skills:
SA
3
2x3=6
VSA
5
1x5=5
MCQ
4
1x4=4
i.Story Writing
L.A.
1
6x1=6
ii. Ampification
L.A.
1
4x1=4
iii.Report Writing
L.A.
1
5x1=5
V.S.A./
MCQ
5
1x5=5
10
1x10 = 10
10
1x10 = 10
1 (LA)
5X1 = 5
3 (SA)
2X3 = 6
4 (VSA)
1X4 = 4
1 (LA)
5X1 = 5
3 (SA)
2X3 = 6
4 (VSA)
1X4 = 4
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
3. Byakaran (Grammar):
Grammar
i.Anukar, Anurup Sabda
ii. Swara Sandhi
iii.Bisheshya, Bisheshon, Sarbanam
Section - D
7.
Poetry :
Textbook
iii.
Sishu Lila : Shrimanta Sankardev
iv.
Mor Desh : Hiren Bhattacharya
8.
Prose :
iii.
Annyar Prati Byabahar : Satyanath Bora
iv.
Bharatar Baichityar Majat Aikya :
Dr. Hemanta Kumar Sarma
9.
Supplementary Reader :
SA
1 (SA)
2X1 = 2
Ajokha : Syed Abdul Malik
VSA
3 (VSA)
1X3 = 3
90 Marks
Total
LA/SA/VSA
LA/S.A./
VSA
Long Answer (LA), Short answer (SA), Very short Answer (VSA) and Multiple Choice Question (MCQ).
370
SYLLABUS FOR ASSAMESE – CODE 014
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Weightage
Section - A
Reading
1.Comprehension:
One unseen passage of minimum 500 words. There will be twelve
general questions from the passage and three grammar based
questions of 1 mark each is a must from the passage.
2.Composition:
15
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
i. Story writing
6x1=6
ii. Amplification (explanation of thoughts)
4x1=4
iii. Report Writing (On School function eg: Annual Day,
Sports, any competition)
5x1=5
3. Grammar:
(i)
Kriya, Abyaya
(ii)
Bachan (Number)
5+5+5+5+5 = 25
(iii) Linga (Gender)
(iv) Krit Pratyaya
Section - D
Textbook
(v) Sabda Bibhakti, Karak
4. Poetry:
(i)
15
Manab Bandana: Chandra Kumar Agarwala
(ii) Hanumantar Lanka Darshan: Madhab Kandali
5. Prose:
(i)
Samay : Nilomoni Phukan (Koka)
15
(ii) Nirab Sadhana: Dr. Banikanta Kakoti
6. Supplementary Reader:
Mukti : Lakshminath Bezbaruah
Total
5
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
1.
Sahitya Subas, Published by Assam State Textbook Production & Publication Corporation Ltd,
Guwahati – 781001.
2.
Rachana Bichitra (Byakaronor Soite) by Dharma Singha Deka: Published by Assam Book Depot
Panbazar, Guwahati – 781001.
371
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR ASSAMESE (CODE: 014)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 –MARCH 2017) – SA II
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
Questions
No. of
Questions
Marks
Section - A
Reading
1. Comprehension:
One unseen Passage of minimum 500 words.
There will be twelve general questions from the
passage and three grammar based questions of 1
mark each is a must from the passage.
2. Writing Skills:
SA
3
2x3=6
VSA
5
1x5=5
MCQ
4
1x4=4
L.A.
1
6x1=6
ii. Ampification
L.A.
1
4x1=4
iii. Report Writing (On School function eg:
Annual Day, Sports, any competition)
L.A.
1
5x1=5
5
5X1=5
5
5x1=5
5
5x1=5
(iv) Krit Pratyaya
5
5x1=5
(v) Sabda Bibhakti, Karak
5
5x1=5
1 (LA)
5x1=5
3 (SA)
2x3=6
4 (VSA)
1x4=4
1 (LA)
5x1=5
3 (SA)
2x3=6
4 (VSA)
1x4=4
SA
1 (SA)
2x1=2
VSA
3 (VSA)
1x3=3
90 Marks
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
i.
3.
Grammar
Story Writing
Grammar:
(i) Kriya, Abyaya
(ii) Bachan (Number)
V.S.A./
MCQ
(iii) Linga (Gender)
Section - D
Literature
7.Poetry:
iii. Manab Bandana: Chandra Kumar Agarwala
LA/SA/VSA
iv. Hanumantar Lanka Darshan: Madhab
Kandali
8.Prose:
iii.Samay : Nilomoni Phukan (Koka)
LA/SA/VSA
iv.Nirab Sadhana: Dr. Banikanta Kakoti
9.
Supplementary Reader:
Mukti : Lakshminath Bezbaruah
Total
Long Answer (LA), Short answer (SA), Very short Answer (VSA) and Multiple Choice Question (MCQ).
372
SYLLABUS FOR ASSAMESE-(CODE 014)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Weightage
Section - A
Reading
1. Bodh Parikhya (Comprehension ):
One unseen passage of minimum 500 words. There will be twelve
general questions from the passage and three grammar based
questions of 1 mark each will be set from the passage.
2. Likhan – Kala (Writing Skills):
15
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
a) Golpa Likhan/Rachana (Story Writing/Essay)
3.
Grammar
b) Phakara – Jojana/Byaktigata Chithi (Proverb/Personal
Letter)
Byakaran (Grammar):
(i)
Upsarga
(ii)
Anusarga
(iii) Sandhi (Byanjan aru Bisarga)
10
5
25
(iv) Bakya Paribartan (Saral, Yougik, Jatil)
(v)
Samarthak Shabda
(vi) Jati Ba Biram Chinha
Section - D 4.
Prose (Gadya):
Literature
5.
6.
15
(i)
Sahityai Jiwanar Amiya-Nilamoni Phukan
(ii)
Mulyabodh-Bandita Phukan
Poetry (Padya):
(i)
Bargeet: Sri Sri Madhav Deva
(ii)
Bahagir Biya: Raghunath Choudhary
Supplementary Reader (Atirikta Path):
15
5
Sahitya Subash (Dwitiya Bhag) ‘Prerana’ Pathar 122 to 132
(1st Edition-2014)
Total
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
1.
Sahitya Subash (Dwitiya Bhag) Published by Assam State Textbook Production & Publication
Corporation Ltd., Guwahati – 781001.
2.
Rachana Bichitra (Byakaronor Soite) by Dharma Shingha Deka: Published by Assam Book Depot
Panbazar, Guwahati – 781001.
373
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR ASSAMESE (CODE: 014)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016) – SA I
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Section - A
Reading
1.
Bodh Parikhya Comprehension:
One unseen Passage of minimum 500 words.
There will be twelve general questions from the
passage and three grammar based questions of
one mark each will be set from the passage.
2. Likhan – Kala (Writing Skills):
Section - B
Writing
(i) Golpa Likhan (Story Writing)
Type of
Questions
No. of
Questions
MCQ/VSA
1 x 15 = 15 1x15 = 15
L.A.
Marks
02
Or
10x1= 10
Rachna (Essay) (Jibani
Mulak/Abhiruchi Bisayak)
(ii) Phakara - Yojana/Byaktigata
Section - C
Grammar
5x1 = 5
Chithi (Proverb/Personal Letter)
3. Byakaran (Grammar):
(i) Upsarga
04
1 x 4=4
(ii) Anusarga
04
1 x 4=4
06
1 x 6=6
(iii) Sandhi (Byanjan aru Bisarga)
(iv) Bakya paribartan (Saral, Yougik,
V.S.A./
MCQ
03
Jatil)
Section - D
Literature
1 x 3=3
(v) Samarthak Shabda
04
1 x 4=04
(vi) Jati Ba Biram Chinha
04
1 x 4=04
4.
Prose (Gadya):
(i) Sahityai Jiwanar Amiya NilamoniPhukan
1 (L A)
5x1=5
3 (SA)
2x3=6
4 (VSA)
1x4=4
1 (L A)
5x1=5
3 (SA)
2x3=6
4 (VSA)
1x4=4
SA
1 (SA)
2x1=2
VSA
3(VSA)
1x3=3
LA/SA/VSA
(ii) Mulyabodh- Bandita Phukan
iii. Poetry (Padya):
(i) Bargeet: Sri Sri Madhav Deva
LA/S.A./
VSA
(ii) Bahagir Biya : Raghunath Choudhary
iv. Supplementary Reader (Atirikta
Path):
Sahitya Subhash (Dwitiya Bhag)
‘Prerana’ Pathar -122 to 132 (1st
Edition – 2014).
Total
90 Marks
Long Answer (LA), Short answer (SA), Very short Answer (VSA) and Multiple Choice Question (MCQ).
374
SYLLABUS FOR ASSAMESE (CODE: 014)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Weightage
Section - A
Reading
1.Comprehension:
One unseen passage of minimum 500 words. There will be twelve
general questions from the passage and three grammar based
question of 01 mark each is a must from the passage.
2.
Likhan Kala (Writing Skills):
15
Galpa Likhan (Story writing) or Rachana (Essay)
10 x 1 = 10
Section - B
Writing
a)
Grammar
3.
Utsab Bishayak
(ii)
Adarshamulak
Phakara Yojana/Byaktigata Chithi: (Proverbs or
b)
Section - C
(i)
5x1=5
Personal Letter)
Byakaran (Grammar):
(i)
Tadhit Protyaya
(ii)
Eta Shabdat Prakasha
25
(iii) Biparitarthak Shabda
(iv) Bhul Bakyar-Shudarani
(v) Linga
Section - D 4. Padya (Poetry):
Literature
15
(i) Mor Desh Manuhar Desh - Debakanta Baruah
(ii) Jikir Aru Jari - Ajan Fakir
5. Gadya (Prose):
(i) Asomor Janagosthir Gathoni Aru Sanskriti Abdus
15
Chattar
(ii) Neuton Aru Saptadash Satikar Bouddhik
5
Biplab- Dr. Kulendu Pathak
Supplementary Reader (Pathya Puthi):
“Prerana” (Page No. 132 to 143) 1st Edition-2014
Total
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
1.
Sahitya Subas (Dwitiya Bhag) Published by Assam State Textbook Production & Publication
Corporation Ltd, Guwahati – 781001.
2.
Rachana Bichitra (Byakaronor Soite) by Dharmeswar Deka: Published by Assam Book Depot
Panbazar, Guwahati – 781001.
375
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR ASSAMESE (CODE: 014)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017) – SA II
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Section - A
Reading
1. Bodh Parikhya Comprehension:
One unseen Passage of minimum 500 words.
There will be twelve general questions from the
passage and three grammar based questions of
one mark each will be set from the passage.
2. Likhan-Kala (Writing Skills):
Section - B
Writing
a)
Galpa Likhan (Story Writing) or
Type of
Questions
No. of
Questions
Marks
MCQ/VSA
1x15 = 15
1x15 = 15
L.A.
02
10x1= 10
Rachana (Essay)
b)
Phakara –
5x1=5
Yojana/Byaktigata/Chithi:
Section - C
3.
Grammar
(Proberbs or Personal Letter)
Byakaran (Grammar):
(i) Tadhit Protyay
05
1 x 5=5
05
1 x 5=5
05
1 x 5=5
(iv) Bhul Bakyar-Sudarani
05
1 x 5=5
(v) Linga
05
1 x 5=5
(ii) Eta Shabdat Prakash
V.S.A./
MCQ
(iii) Biparitarthak shabda
Section - D
Literature
6.
Padya (Poetry):
(i) Mor Desh Manuhar Desh-
1 (LA)
1 x 5=5
3 (SA)
2 x 3=6
4 (VSA)
1 x 4=4
(i) Asomor Janagosthir Gathoni
1 (LA)
1 x 5=5
Aru Sanskriti-Abdus Chattar
3 (SA)
2 x 3=6
4 (VSA)
1 x 4=4
1 (SA)
2 x 1=2
3 (VSA)
1 x 3=3
Debakanta Baruah
LA/SA/VSA
(ii) Jikir Aru Jari-Ajan Fakir
7. Gadya (Prose):
LA/SA/VSA
(ii) Neuton Aru Saptadash Satikar
SA
Bouddhik Biplab-Dr. Kulendu Pathak
Supplementary Reader (PathyaPuthi):
“Prerana” (Page No. 132 to 143) 1st
VSA
Edition-2014
Total
90 Marks
Long Answer (LA), Short Answer (SA), Very Short Answer (VSA) and Multiple Choice Question (MCQ).
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03. BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
(APRIL 2016 – MARCH 2017)
INTRODUCTION
Malay Language or Bahasa Melayu is a major language of the Austronesian family. It is the national language of Indonesia(as Indonesian), Malaysia (also known as Malaysian), and Brunei, and it is one of the
four official languages of Singapore. It is spoken natively by 40 million people across the Malacca Strait,
including the coasts of the Malay Peninsula of Malaysia and the eastern coast of Sumatra in Indonesia,
and has been established as a native language of part of western coastal Sarawak and West Kalimantan
in Borneo. The total number of speakers of the language is more than 215 million.
As the Bahasa Kebangsaan or Bahasa Nasional (National Language) of several states, Standard Malay has
various official names. In Singapore and Brunei it is called Bahasa Melayu (Malay language); in Malaysia,
Bahasa Malaysia (Malaysian language); and in Indonesia, Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian language) and
is designated the BahasaPersatuan/Pemersatu("unifying language/lingua franca"). However, in areas of
central to southern Sumatra where the language is indigenous, Indonesians refer to it as Bahasa Melayu
and consider it one of their regional languages.
Standard Malay, also called Court Malay, was the literary standard of the pre-colonial Malacca and
Johor Sultanates, and so the language is sometimes called Malacca, Johor, or Riau Malay (or various
combinations of those names) to distinguish it from the various other Malayan languages, though it has
no connection to the Malay dialect of the Riau Islands. According to Ethnologue 16, several of the Malayan varieties they currently list as separate languages, including the Orang Asli varieties of Peninsular
Malay, are so closely related to standard Malay that they may prove to be dialects. (These are listed
with question marks in the table at right.) There are also several Malay-based creole languages which
are based on a lingua franca derived from Classical Malay, as well as Makassar Malay, which appears to
be a mixed language.
LISTENING AND SPEAKING
1.
Objectives: The students should be able to:
(i)adopt different strategies according to the purpose of listening.
(ii) use linguistic and non-linguistic features of the context as clues to understanding and interpreting the lesson.
(iii) listen to talk and understand the topic and main points.
(iv) understand and respond appropriately to directive language, e.g. instruction, advice, requests and writing.
(v) speak intelligibly using appropriate word stress, sentence and intonation.
(vi) present oral reports or summaries, make announcements clearly and confidently.
(vii) participate in spontaneous spoken discourse in familiar social situation.
2.
1.
2.
Conversation Skill - Assessments Scale
Speaking
Listening
Displays almost constant use of disfluencies 1. D isplays low ability in understanding and
in manner that is disruptive to the partner
phrases in a familiar context and couldn't folresponses, and/or receives partner negative
low the speech continuously
sanction
2. Displays an ability to follow some short
Displays frequent use of disfluencies in
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manner that is disruptive to the partner re- connected speeches without any problem
sponses, and/or receives partner negative
sanction
3.
4.
5.
3.
3. Displays ability to understand the information
partly in either familiar and unfamiliar texts
Displays occasional use of disfluencies in
manner that is disruptive to the partner responses, and/or receives partner negative 4. Able to understand range of large spoken texts
with small errors, able to make inferences
sanction
Displays few disfluencies, and those used do
5. Displays potential ability to interpret complex
not appear to be disruptive to partner.
speeches, able to give a view on them.
Displays no noticeable dysfl uencies, speaks
with clearly comprehensible utterances,
but not with excessive
"clip" or
stilted pronunciation.
Suggested Activities for Formative Assessment
(i) Elocution
(ii) Debate
(iii)Drama
(iv)
Role play (about 5 minutes)
(v)
Prepared speech
(vi)
Group discussion
(vii) Unprepared conversation
(viii) Quiz
LITERATURE
1.
Objectives: By the end of the course, students will be able to
(i)
understand, interpret, evaluate and respond to the following features in literary text:
•
Character as revealed through appearance and distinguishing features
•
Socio-economic background action/events
•
Expression of feelings
•
Speech and dialogues
(ii)
Plot/ Story/Theme emerging through main event, progression of events and links between them, sequence of events denoting theme.
(iii) Setting, as seen through time and place, socio-economic and cultural background,
people, beliefs and attitudes.
(iv) Form:
•
Rhyme
•
Rhythm
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•
Simile
•
Metaphor
•
Alliteration
•
Repetition
2.
Suggested Activities for Formative Assessment
(i)
Movie Review
(ii)
Poem Writing
(iii) Drama/Scene Writing
(vi) Dialogue Writing
READING
1.
Objectives: By the end of the course, students will be able to
(i)
read silently at varying speeds on the purpose of reading,
(ii)
adopt different strategies for different types of text, both literary and non-literary;
(iii) recognize the organization of a text;
(iv) identify the main points of a text.
(v)
read a range of contemporary and classical texts appropriate to their interests and learning
needs
read texts from a variety of genres and cultural traditions
(vi) (vii) recognize that reading is an active process in which readers interact with the text to construct
meaning within the context of their own understanding and experiences
(viii) read longer works in variety of styles including drama, poetry, essays and short stories
2.
Suggested Activities for Formative Assessment
(i)
Read passages according to types;
•
Short story,
•
Article,
•
Poem,
•
News,
•
Speech.(literary and non-literary)
These passages may be either shorter or longer. The aim of this practice is to test the fluency of the
students in studying the language besides practicing on how to talk the language. The aim of this practice is to give some practical to the students besides just studying theory in the classroom.
WRITING
1.Objectives: By the end of the course, students will be able to
(i)
express ideas in clear and grammatically correct Malay, using appropriate punctuation
and cohesion devices,
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(ii) plan, organise and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding a
topic;
(iii) write a clear description (e.g of place, a person, an object or system);
(iv) present an argument, supporting it with appropriate examples.
(v) recognize that writing is an important tool for communicating, for clarifying thinking, and
for learning
(vi) use writing to explore ideas and express understanding
(vii) use writing to express and share feelings, ideas, and opinions with a range of audiences
(e.g., self, friends, teachers, school newspaper)
(viii) write to describe (e.g., describe a person or place)
2.
Suggested Activities for Formative Assessment
The students may be asked to write some articles on current issues. This is to enhance better
understanding of the language among the students. The students may write
•
News
•
Dialogue
•
Speech
•
Poem
•
Diary Entry
•
Literary or non-literary passages
Assessment - Reading and Writing
1. Displays low ability in understanding the questions given and couldn't write any concrete points for the question given.
2. Displays an ability to come up with some ideas yet the ideas are too general and the
writing format was not correct enough.
3. Displays ability to understand the questions given and write on some concrete ideas
on the question given. Some major grammar mistakes are found on the writing.
4. Able to write without many grammar mistakes and prepositions were used to write
a better essay.
5. Displays ability to write on many concrete ideas thus rearrange them in certain number of paragraphs so that the essay looks in on order. No grammar mistakes found
and the connectors were used properly.
380
SYLLABUS FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Section-A
Details of Topics/Chapters
(i)
Four unseen passages of total 400 words (max. 100
words for each passage
(i)
(i)
One unseen passage for summary writing with
maximum word limit of 80 words.
One picture composition with maximum word limit
of 150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word limit for
150 words OR formal letter writing.
Identifying mistakes in the sentences.
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
Questions based on grammar items.
Questions based on idioms and proverbs.
Examples: Component Grammar
Reading
Section-B
(ii)
Writing
(iii)
Section-C
Grammar
(i)
•
Kata Nama
•
Kata Ganti Diri
•
Penjodoh Bilangan
•
Kata Sendi
•
Kata Adjektif
•
Kata Keterangan
•
Kata Hubung
•
Kata Seru
•
Pengimbuhan
•
Penggandaan
•
Peribahasa
Questions based on Traditional Poem, Traditional
Prose, Modern Poem, and Short Story from text
book.
Unit 1: Puisi Tradisional
•
Pantun Empat Kerat (Muafakat)
Unit 2: Prosa Tradisional
•
Hikayat Seri Kelantan
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Suggested
Weightage
Periods
15
20 Marks
17
20 Marks
20
25 Marks
10
25 Marks
10
Unit 3: Sajak (Puisi Moden)
•
Fragmen Sebuah Kehidupan
•
Kata-kata
Unit 4: Cerpen
•
10
10
Mutiara Bonda
Prescribed Text Books:
1.Literature: Antologi Harga Sebuah Lukisan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia.
2.
Grammar: Bahasa Melayu Tingkatan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia.
382
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
(i)
Section-A
Reading
(i)
Section-B
Writing
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
Section-C
Grammar
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
Section-D
Literature
(iii)
(iv)
Four unseen passages of total 400 words (max.
100 words for each passage and five questions
per passage worth 1 mark each.
One picture composition with maximum word
limit of 150 words.
One picture composition with maximum word
limit of 150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word limit of
150 words OR informal letter writing.
Ten questions: students are required to
identify the mistake in the sentences (multiple
choice).
Ten questions: multiple choice questions based
on all grammar items.
Five multiple choice questions based on idioms
and proverbs.
Questions based on Traditional Poem from
literature text book.
Questions based on a Prose from literature
text book.
Questions based on a Modern Poem from
literature text book (word limit of 25 to 30
words)
Questions based on Short Story (word limit of
60-70 words)
Total
383
Suggested
No. of
Marks
Periods
M.C.Q
Questions
5
questions
5x1=5
per
passage
5x1=5
5x1=5
L.A
01
5x1=5
1x5=5
L.A
01
1x5=5
1x10=10
L.A
M.C.Q
01
10x1=10
10
M.C.Q
10
10x1=10
M.C.Q
10
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
S.A
03
3x3=9
L.A
01
1x6=6
90 Marks
SYLLABUS FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Suggested
Weightage
Periods
Section-A
(i)
Four unseen passages of total 400 words (max.
100 words for each passage)
(i)
One unseen passage for summary writing with
maximum word limit of 80 words.
One picture composition with maximum word
limit of 150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word limit of
150 words OR informal letter writing.
Reading
(ii)
Section-B
Writing
Section-C
Grammar
(iii)
(i)
Identifying mistakes in the sentences.
(ii)
(iii)
Questions based on grammar items.
Questions based on idioms and proverbs.
(IV)
Examples: Component Grammar
(i)
Section-D
Literature
15
20 Marks
18
20 Marks
•
Kata Majmuk
2
•
Ayat Nafi
2
•
Ayat Tanya
3
•
Ayat Aktif
3
•
Ayat Pasif
2
•
Ayat Perintah
2
•
Ayat Larangan
2
•
Ayat Seruan
2
•
Ayat Penegas
2
•
Ayat Majmuk Pancangan
2
•
Analisis Kesalahan Ayat
2
•
Peribahasa
2
Questions based on Traditional Poem, Traditional
Prose, Modern Poem, and Short Story from text
book.
Unit 1: Puisi Tradisional
•
Pantun Berkait (Bekerja)
384
6
25 Marks
25 Marks
Unit 2: Prosa Tradisional
•
Hikayat Patani
Unit 3: Sajak (Puisi Moden)
•
Keusangan Budaya
Unit 4: Cerpen
•
Segala yang Tercipta Ada di Sana
Total
6
7
6
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
1.
Literature: Antologi Harga Sebuah Lukisan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala
Lumpur: Malaysia.
2.
Grammar: Bahasa Melayu Tingkatan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur:
Malaysia.
385
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
(i)
Section-A
Reading
(i)
(ii)
Section-B
Writing
(iii)
(i)
Section-C
Grammar
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
Section-D
Literature
(iii)
(iv)
Four unseen passages of total 400 words
(max. 100 words for each passage and five
questions per passage worth1 mark each.
One unseen passage for summary writing
with maximum word limit of 80 words.
One picture composition with maximum
word limit of 150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word limit
of 150 words OR informal letter writing.
Ten questions: Students are required to
identify the mistake in the sentences
(multiple choice).
Ten questions: multiple choice questions
based on all grammar items.
Five multiple choice of questions based on
idioms and proverbs.
Questions based on Traditional Poem from
literature text book.
Questions based on a Prose from literature
text book.
Questions based on a Modern Poem from
literature text book (word limit of 25 to 30
words)
Questions based on Short Story (word limit
of 60-70 words.
Total
386
Type of
No. of
Questions
Questions
5 questions
M.C.Q
per
passage
Marks
5x1=5
5x1=5
5x1=5
5x1=5
L.A
01
1x5=5
L.A
01
1x5=5
L.A
01
1x10=10
M.C.Q
10
10x1=10
M.C.Q
10
10x1=10
M.C.Q
10
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
S.A
03
3x3=9
L.A
01
1x6=6
90 Marks
EXAMINATION SPECIFICATIONS
BAHASA MELAYU
CLASS – IX
No.
Typology of Questions
Testing
MCQ
Skills
1
Remembering (Knowledge
5(1)
Short
Long
Marks
Answer Answer
3 Marks
5/8
Marks
3(3)
1(6)
20
%
22.2%
based Simple recall question)
Understanding (Comprehension
2
3
Familiar with meaning and
30(1)
-
-
30
33.3%
understanding)
Application (Application of
L-S-R-W
10(1)
Knowledge to new example)
Skills
10 (0.5)
5 (1)
-
20
22.2%
-
-
1(5)
5
5.6%
15
16.7%
90
100%
Inferential Type
Higher Order Thinking Skills
4
(HOTS) (Analysing and
valuation)
Creativity (Formation and
5
1(5)
Evaluation of a Judgment or
-
-
1(10)
45(1)
3(3)
2(5)
10 (0.5)
5(1)
1(6)
Situation)
TOTAL
1(10)
387
SYLLABUS FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – X
first TERM (april 2016 – september 2016)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Suggested
Weightage
Periods
Section-A
(i)
Reading
(i)
Section-B
Writing
Section-C
Grammar
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Identifying mistakes in the sentences.
Questions based on grammar items.
Questions based on idioms and proverbs.
(iv)
Examples: Component Grammar
(i)
Section-D
Literature
Four unseen passages of total 400words (max.
100 words for each passage and five questions
per passage worth 1 mark each.
One unseen passage for summary writing with
maximum word limit of 80 words.
One picture composition with maximum word
limit of 150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word limit for
150 words OR letter writing.
•
Kata Nama
•
Kata Ganti Diri
•
Penjodoh Bilangan
•
Kata Sendi
•
Kata Adjektif
•
Kata Keterangan
•
Kata Hubung
•
Kata Seru
•
Pengimbuhan
15
17
20 Marks
20 Marks
20
25 Marks
•
Penggandaan
Question based on Traditional Poem, Traditional
Prose, Modern Poem, and Short Story from text
book.
Unit 1: Puisi Tradisional
•
Syair Panduan untuk Para Remaja
10
25 Marks
•
Syair Berbuat Jasa
Unit 2: Prosa Tradisional
10
•
Hikayat Marakarma
Unit 3: Sajak (Puisi Moden)
•
Seorang Insan Istimewa
•
Rumput
388
10
Unit 4: Cerpen
•
Harga Sebuah Lukisan
•
Budi Semangkuk Daging
Total
10
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
1.
Literature: Antologi Harga Sebuah Lukisan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala
Lumpur: Malaysia.
2. Grammar: Bahasa Melayu Tingkatan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur:
Malaysia.
389
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – X
first TERM (april 2016 – september 2016) sa 1
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
(i)
Section-A
Reading
(ii)
Section-B
(iii)
(i)
Section-C
Grammar
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
Section-D
Literature
No. of
Questions
Questions
(iii)
(iv)
One unseen passage for summary writing
with maximum word limit of 80 words.
One picture composition with maximum
word limit of 150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word limit
of 150 words OR letter writing.
Ten questions: students are required to
identify the mistake in the sentences
(multiple choice).
Ten questions: multiple choice questions
based on all grammar items.
Five multiple choice question based on
idioms and proverbs.
Questions based on Traditional Poem from
literature text book.
Questions based on a Prose from
literature text book.
Questions based on a Modern Poem from
literature text book (word limit of 25 to 30
words)
Questions based on Short Story (word limit
of 60-70 words
Total
390
Marks
5x1=5
M.C.Q
5 questions
per passage
(i)
Writing
Four unseen passages of total 400 words
(max. 100 words for each passage and five
questions per passage worth 1 mark each.
Type of
5x1=5
5x1=5
5x1=5
L.A
01
5
L.A
01
5
L.A.
01
10
M.C.Q
10
10x1=10
M.C.Q
10
10x1=10
M.C.Q
10
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
S.A
03
3x3=9
L.A
01
1x6=6
90 Marks
SYLLABUS FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – X
second TERM (october 2016 – march 2017)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Suggested Weightage
Periods
Section-A (i)
Reading
(i)
(ii)
Section-B
Writing
(iii)
Four unseen passages of total 400 words (max. 100
words for each passage and five questions per passage
worth 1 mark each.
One unseen passage for summary writing with
maximum word limit of 80 words.
One picture composition with maximum word limit of
150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word limit 150 words
OR letter writing.
(i)
Identifying mistakes in the sentences.
(ii)
(iii)
Questions based on grammar items.
Questions based on idioms and proverbs.
(iv)
Examples: Component Grammar
15
20 Marks
18
20 Marks
•
Kata Majmuk
2
•
Ayat Nafi
3
•
Ayat Tanya
3
Section-C
•
Ayat Aktif
2
Grammar
•
Ayat Pasif
2
•
Ayat Perintah
2
•
Ayat Larangan
2
•
Ayat Seruan
2
•
Ayat Penegas
2
•
Ayat Majmuk Pancangan
2
•
Analisis Kesalahan Ayat
2
•
Peribahasa
2
(i)
Section-D
Literature
25 Marks
Questions based on Traditional Poem, Traditional
Prose, Modern Poem, and Short Story from text book.
Unit 1: Puisi Tradisional
•
Syair Li-Attar Ghib
Unit 2: Prosa Tradisional
6
•
Hikayat Inderaputera
Unit 3: Sajak (Puisi Moden)
6
7
•
25 Marks
Orang Tua
391
Unit 4: Cerpen
•
Mencari Nafas Baharu
Total
6
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
1. Literature: Harga Sebuah Lukisan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur:
Malaysia.
2. Grammar: Bahasa Melayu Tingkatan: Publication: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur:
Malaysia.
392
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BAHASA MELAYU (CODE: 099)
CLASS – X
second TERM (october 2016 – march 2017)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
(i)
Section-A
Reading
(i)
Four unseen passages of total 400 words (max.
100 words for each passage and five questions
per passage worth 1 mark each.
One unseen passage for summary writing
with maximum word limit of 80 words.
(ii)
One picture composition with maximum
(iii)
word limit of 150 words.
One essay writing with maximum word
Section-B
Writing
limit of 150 words OR letter writing.
(i)
Section-C
Grammar
(ii)
(iii)
(i)
(ii)
Section-D
Literature
(iii)
(iv)
Ten questions: students are required to identify the mistake in the sentences (multiple
choice).
Ten questions: multiple choice questions based
on all grammar items.
Five multiple choice questions based on idioms
and proverbs.
Questions based on Traditional Poem from
literature text book.
Questions based on a Prose from
literature text book.
Questions based on a Modern Poem from
literature text book (word limit of 25 to 30
words)
Questions based on Short Story (word
limit of 60-70 words)
Type of
No. of
Questions
Questions
Marks
5x1=5
5 questions
5x1=5
per
passage
5x1=5
L.A
01
1x5=5
L.A
01
1x5=5
L.A
01
1x10=10
M.C.Q
10
10x1=10
M.C.Q
10
10x1=10
M.C.Q
10
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
M.C.Q
05
5x1=5
S.A
03
3x3=9
L.A
01
1x6=6
M.C.Q
5x1=5
90
Marks
Total
393
EXAMINATION SPECIFICATIONS
BAHASA MELAYU
CLASS – X
No.
Learning
Typology of Questions
Outcomes
and Testing
MCQ
Short
Long
Answer
Answer
Answer 3 Marks
Skills 1
Mark
1
Remembering (Knowledge
Marks
%
5/8
Marks
5(1)
3(3)
1(6)
20
22.2%
(Comprehension familiar with
30(1)
-
-
30
33.3%
meaning and understanding)
Application (Application of
10(10)
-
10 (0.5)
5 (1)
-
20
22.2%
-
-
1(5)
5
5.6%
15
16.7%
90
100%
based Simple recall question)
Understanding
2
3
knowledge to new example)
Inferential Type
L-S-R-W
Skills
Higher Order Thinking Skills
4
(HOTS) (Analysing and
evaluation)
Creativity (Formation and
5
1(5)
Evaluation of a Judgment or
-
-
1(10)
45(1)
3(3)
2(5)
10
(0.5)
5 (1)
1(6)
Situation)
Total
394
1(10)
04. BENGALI (CODE: 005)
CLASS – IX and X April 2016-March 2017
Formative Assessment
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
2016-17
402
BENGALI (CODE: 005)
CLASS – IX and X
2016 -2017
S.
Typology
No.
Reading
Skill
Knowledge
Understanding
Based
Creative
High Order
Writing
Thinking
Marks
%age
Skills (HOTS)
(Analysis
and
Evaluation)
1.
MCQ
2.
MCQ
3.
Short Answer
6(1) = 6
Type
6(2) = 12
4.
24(1)
24
27
16
18
30
33
10
11
2(5)
10
11
10
90
100
8(2)
6(2) = 12
Long Answer
5(2)
Type (40-50
Words)
5.
Long Answer
Type (50-70
Words)
Total
16
18
36
10
Note:

The total weightage assigned to summative assessment (SAI and SAII) is 60%.

The total weightage assigned to formative assessment (FA 1, 2, 3, & 4) is 40%.

Out of the 40% assigned to formative assessment, 10% weightage is assigned to conversation skills (5%
each in Term I & II) and

10% weightage to the Reading Project (at least 1 book is to be read in each term and the Project will
carry a weightage of 5% in each term.

The summative assessment I and II are for ninety marks each respectively.
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SYLLABUS FOR BENGALI (CODE: 005)
CLASS – X
first TERM (april 2016 – september 2016)
Section
Section - A
Reading
Section - B
Writing
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension:
Four unseen passages of 100 words each.
One grammar based question of 1 mark is must from each passage.
Composition:
(i) Leave Application
(ii) Paragraph writing
(i) Samas (Dwanda, Karmadharay, Abyaibhav)
Section - C (ii) Sandhi (Byanjan - Sanskrit and Bengali)
Grammar
Weightage
(iii) Punctuation (only from prose)
(2+2+1) x 4 = 20
2+3 = 5
5x1 = 5
(1+1+1+1+1) x 4
=20
(iv) Sadhu O Chalit Bhasha
Prose:
Explanation
(i)
Ghar O Bahir by Rabindranath Tagore
(2+3) x1=5
(ii)
Mahesh by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhayay
Questions
(iii) Padma Nadir Majhi by Manik Bandyopadhyay
Section - D
Literature
Poetry:
(i)
Annapurna O Ishwari Paatni by Bharatchandra
(ii) Kandari Hunsiyar by Kazi Nazrul Islam
(iii) Chheler Dal by Satyendranath Datta
Supplementary Reader: Raj Kahini by Abanindranath Tagore
(i) Shiladitya
(1+2+2) x 2=10
Explanation
(2+3) x1=5
Questions
(1+2+2)x2=10
Questions
(1+2+2)x2=10
(ii) Goho
Total
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
prose & poetry
:
path sankalan (latest edition)
published by : board of secondary education, kolkata, west bengal.
supplementary reader :
am antir bhempu (1929) by bibhuti bhusan bandyopadhyay
published by: signet press, 25/4, ekbalpur, kolkata, west bengal.
grammar
:
saraswati bangla byakaran o rachana - new saraswati house pvt. ltd.
19, ansari road, darya ganj, new delhi- 110002
(www.saraswatihouse.com)
reference book
:
prabeshika bangla byakaran o rachna by nirmal kumar das
published by: oriental book company, 56 surya sen street, kolkata,
West Bengal.
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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BENGALI (CODE: 005)
CLASS – X
first TERM (april 2016 – september 2016)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
MCQ
3 x 4 = 12
(2+2+1)x4 = 20
LA
01
2+3x4 = 5
LA
01
5x1 = 5
MCQ
5x4 = 20
(1+1+1+1+1)x4
Section - A Comprehension:
Reading
Four unseen passages of 100 words
each.
One grammar based question of 1
mark is a must from each passage.
Section - B Composition:
Writing
(i) Leave Application
(ii) Paragraph writing
(i) Samas (Dwanda, Karmadharay,
Section - C
Grammar
Abyaibhav)
(ii) Sandhi (Byanjan - Sanskrit
= 20
and Bengali)
(iii) Punctuation (only from prose)
(iv) Sadhu O Chalit Bhasha
Section - D Prose:
Explanation
Literature (i) Ghar O Bahir
01
(LA)
(ii) Mahesh
(iii) Padma Nadir Majhi
Poetry:
(i) Annapurna O Ishwari Patni
(2+3)x1=5
(1+2+2)x2 =10
Questions
02
(SA)
Explanation
01
(2+3)x1 = 5
02
(1+2+2)x2 = 10
02
(1+2+2)x2=10
(LA)
(ii) Kandari Hunsiyar
Questions
(iii) Chheler Dal
Supplementary Reader: Raj Kahini
(SA)
(i) Shiladitya
Questions
(ii) Goho
(SA)
Total
90 Marks
405
SYLLABUS FOR BENGALI (CODE: 005)
CLASS – X
second TERM (october 2016 – march 2017)
Section
Section - A
Reading
Section - B
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension:
Four unseen passages of 100 words each.
One grammar based question of 1 mark is must from each passage.
Composition:
(i)
Literature
(2+2+1) x 4 = 20
Notice Writing
(2+3) x 1 = 5
(ii) Report Writing
(i)
Correction of words
(2+3) x 1 = 5
(ii)
Sandhi - Bisarga
(iii) Transformation of sentences (Simple, Complex and Compound)
(iv) Polysemous words (to be used in sentences)
(1+1+1+1+1)x4
= 20
Eki Shabder Bibhinna Arthe prayog, nouns and adjectives
Prose:
Explanation
(i)
Bhagirathir Utso Sandhane by J. C. Bose.
(2+3) x1=5
(ii)
Vidyasagr by Rabindranath Tagore
Questions
(iii) Palli Sahitya by Md. Sahidullaha
Section - D
Weightage
(1+2+2) x 2=10
Poetry:
Explanation
(i)
Bibhishaner Proti Indrajit by Madhusudan Datta
(2+3) x1=5
(ii)
Dui Bigha Jami by Rabindranath Tagore
Questions
(iii) Chhatra Dhara by Kalidas Roy
(1+2+2)x2=10
Supplementary Reader: Raj Kahini by Abanindranath Tagore
(i)
Bappaditya
(ii)
Hambirer Rajya Labh
Questions
Total
(1+2+2)x2=10
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
Prose & Poetry
:
Path Sankalan (Latest Edition)
Published By : Board Of Secondary Education, Kolkata, West Bengal.
Supplementary Reader:
Am Antir Bhempu (1929) By Bibhuti Bhusan Bandyopadhyay
Published By: Signet Press, 25/4, Ekbalpur, Kolkata, West Bengal.
Grammar
:
Saraswati Bangla Byakaran O Rachana - New Saraswati House Pvt. Ltd.
19, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi- 110002
(Www.saraswatihouse.com)
Reference Book
:
Prabeshika Bangla Byakaran O Rachna By Nirmal Kumar Das
Published By: Oriental Book Company, 56 Surya Sen Street, Kolkata,
West Bengal.
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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BENGALI (CODE: 005)
CLASS – X
second TERM (october 2016 – march 2017)
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
MCQ
3 x 4 = 12
(2+2+1)x4 = 20
(i) Notice Writing
SA
01
2x5=10
(ii) Report Writing
(i) Correction of words
SA
01
MCQ
5x4=20
Section - A Comprehension:
Reading
Four unseen passages of 100 words
each.
One grammar based question of 1
mark is a must from each passage.
Section - B Composition:
Writing
Section - C (ii) Sandhi - Bisarga
Grammar
(iii) Transformation of sentences
(1+1+1+1+1)
x4=20
(Simple, Complex and Compound)
or
(iv) Polysemous words (to be used in
5x4=20
sentences). Eki Shabder Bibhinna
Arthe prayog (nouns and
adjectives)
Prose:
Section - D (i)
Explanation
Bhagirathir Utso Sandhane
01
(2+3) x1=5
Questions
02
(1+2+2)x2=10
(SA)
Explanation
01
(2+3) x1=5
02
(1+2+2)x2=10
02
(1+2+2)x2=10
(LA)
Literature (ii) Vidyasagr
(iii) Palli Sahitya
Poetry:
(i) Bibhishaner Proti Indrajit
(LA)
(ii) Dui Bigha Jami
Questions
(iii) Chhatra Dhara
Supplementary Reader: Raj Kahini
(SA)
(i) Bappaditya
Questions
(ii) Hambirer Rajya Labh
Total
(SA)
90 Marks
407
05. BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
CLASS – IX
Syllabus for Summative Assessment: I
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
TOPICS
Group
A
B
C
D
Topic
Reading Section
Writing Section
(i)
Essay Writing
(ii) Letter Writing
(iii) Translation: Lho Yig Sumtaag
Dang Dritsom, HRDD,
Gangtok.
Applied Grammar Lho Yig Sumtaag
Dang Dritsom, HRDD, Gangtok.
Literature Section
(i) Prose (Tshiglhug)
(ii) Poetry (Legshyeth)
(iii) Rapid Reader
Prescribed Books
Unseen Passage
Total : 9 Marks
Marks
10
Dri Tsom
Taang Yig
Fabgyur
08
07
05
(Sumtag Lay)
15
Tshiglhug, Tshig Chyeth,
Khakong Deb
Lho Yig Tshiglhug, HRDD
Legshyeth, HRDD, Gangtok
Thamakhai Ngemig, HRDD
408
20
13
12
BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
CLASS – IX
Examination Structure for Summative Assessment: I
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
Time: 3 hours Marks: 90
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A:
Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
Section B: (i)
Essay Writing 08 Marks
(ii) Letter Writing 07 Marks
(iii) Translation 05 Marks
Section C: Applied Grammar 15 Marks
Section D: Literature 45 Marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Topics
Types of
No. of
Questions
Questions
Marks
Reading Comprehension
A.
Saga Dawa
Saga Dawa lotar dawa zipoi tshe chongalo sungtsi
pyazen yed. Dawa zipo yangna Saga Daway tshe
dhuentshi Sangay Chyomdende kuthrungpoi
dhuechen in. Dilay daw dihi tsei chongai tshi
Sangaypoi dhuechen.
Ngyangenlay
daypoi
dhuechen in shyedi Saga Daway Dhuechen dilo
Dhuechen sumzom lapto in. Dhuechen dihitshi
gewa chi dupna bhumgyur thop shyed in. Dhera
pyati digko chi saagna dihi ngemik yang bhumgyur
khor shyed in. Dihi intsang thamchyed gangpoki
dhuechen dihitsi inchi menchi gewa dupgo.
Essay Writing (Dritsom)
B
(i)
(ii)
Short Answer
Type
10
1x8
08
1x7
07
Questions
Write an
Thakhor Tsangda, Dhuechen, Nagtsen Sungkyop,
Ridag Semchen Sungkyop, Natsa, Throten, Sherig,
Thung Chhu, Gnamshi, Mitsi, Miki Jigko.
Letter Writing
Essay on any
Gong Shue Yigi, Famalo Yigi, Roglo Yigi, Lelatsuna
Shuyig, Wangten, Tsong dang drelway Yigi. Denbo
Yigitsu.
Write an
409
5x2
one Topic
Application
Translation
Neighborhoods
English into
Many families live in a neighborhood. Families
in a neighborhood live close to each other. A
neighborhood is small enough for the neighbors
to know each other. Good neighbors make a
good neighborhood. Everybody needs a good
neighborhood. Neighbors celebrate festivals
together. Good neighbors help each other and
share. Neighbors' children play together.
Grammar (Sumtag)
Bhutia
Jhejuglo Mataba Jhyugkhen Threth Rangwangchen
Druk. Tshig Drup.
(iii)
C
1x5
05
Short Answer
5x2
10
Taampey / Peytaam
Very Short
3x1
03
Sheysa
Answer
Very Short
2x1
02
Answer
Short Answer
Very Short
5x2
5x1
10
05
Answer
Value Based
5x1
05
5x1
5x1
3x1
05
05
03
4x3
12
Literature
D
Prose (Lho Yig Tshig Lhug)
(i)
Gyalwa Lhatson Chhinpo Gnamkha Jigmeki
Gnamthar. Denzongi Genkhag Dang Gnechengi
Kor. Yigrig Dang Rigsargi Sherig. Mangsrith Gokhi
Tashi Tshering.
Poetry (Legshyed)
(ii)
(iii)
Question
Explanation
Write a Poetry
Legshyed Tsigchyeth Leo 1 - 13 Sang. Drelshyeth
MCQ
Tshig Chyeth Blolay Drishyeth Dhamkha Kyapti
Drishyeth
Supplementary
Short Answer
(Lopen Pema Zedpoi Tangkhuki Ngyemig)
410
BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
CLASS – IX
Syllabus for Summative Assessment: II
Second Term (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
TOPICS
Group
A
B
C
Topic
Reading Section
Writing Section
(i)
Essay Writing
(ii) Letter Writing
(iii) Translation: Lho Yig Sumtaag
Dang Dritsom, HRDD, Gangtok
Applied Grammar
Total : 90 Marks
Unseen Passage
Marks
10
Dri Tsom
Taang Yig
Fabgyur
08
07
05
Lho Yig Sumtaag
15
Lho Yig Tshiglhug, HRDD
20
13
12
Prescribed Books
Dang Dritsom, HRDD, Gangtok
D
Literature Section
(i) Prose (Tshiglhug)
(ii) Poetry (Legshyeth)
(iii) Rapid Reader
Legshyeth, HRDD, Gangtok
Thamakhai Ngemig, HRDD
411
BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
CLASS – IX
Examination Structure for Summative Assessment: II
Second Term (October 2016 -march 2017)
Time: 3 hours
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A:
Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
Section B: (i)
Essay Writing 08 Marks
(ii) Letter Writing 07 Marks
(iii) Translation 05 Marks
Section C: Applied Grammar 15 Marks
Section D: Literature 45 Marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Topics
Types of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
Drukpa Tsizi
Short
5x2
10
Drukpa tsizi lotar dawa drukpoi tsi zilo sungtsi
pyazen yed. Dawa drukpa yangna drukpa tsizihitsi
Sangay Chyomdendeki yul waranasilo ka dangpo
denpa zihi chokhor korway dhuechen in. Denpa zi
labna gan in sina - Dhugnalgi denpa, Kuenjyungi
denpa, Ghogpoi denpa dang Lamgi denpa in.
Answer
1x8
08
1x7
07
Reading Comprehension
A.
Dhuechen dihitsi gewa chi dupna bhumgyur
thop shyed in. Dhera pyati digko chi saagna dihi
ngemik yang bhumgyur khor shyed in. Dihi intsang
thamchyed gangpoki dhuechen dihitsi inchi
menchi gewa dupgo.
Essay Writing
(Dritsom)
B
(i)
Thakhor Tsangda, Dhuechen, Nagtsen Sungkyop,
Ridag Semchen Sungkyop, Natsa, Throte,
Sherig, Thung Chhu, Gnamshi, Mitsi, Miki Jigko.
Write an
Essay
on any
one Topic
Letter Writing
(ii)
Gong shue yigi, Famalo yigi, Roglo yigi,
Lelatsuna shuyig, Wangten, Tsongas dang
drelway yigi. Denbo yigi.
412
Write
an
application
Translation
English
Family
into Bhutia
1x5
05
Short Answer
5x2
10
Fo, Mo, Maningi Taag,
Taampey / Peytaam
Very Short
3x1
03
Sheysa
Answer
Very Short
2x1
02
Answer
Short Answer
5x2
10
Very Short
5x1
05
Answer
Value Based
5x1
05
Question
Tsigchyethki
1x5
05
Blolay
1x5
05
Drishyeth
MCQ
Short Answer
3x1
4x3
03
12
(iii)
A family is a group of people related to each other.
The parents and their children make a family.
The mother is the female parent. The father is
the male parent. The son is the male child. The
daughter is the female child. The father, the
mother and their children make a
C
small family. It is also called nuclear family. When
the grandparents stay with the family, it is called
a large family.
Grammar (Sumtag)
Kibu Rab Dring Thasum Kethki Yenlag Gyeth.
Literature
D
(i)
Prose (Lho Yig Tshig Lhug)
Lhabab Dhuechen. Gyalpo Ngyen Med.
Thuendril. Lobthrug Dang Sijhyed. Thomsalwa
Adition
Poetry (Legshyed)
(ii)
(iii)
Legshyed Tsigchyeth 14 - 29 Sang, Yong zogs.
Supplementary
(Terten
Sangay
Glingpoi
Terchoelay Tangkhuki Ngyemig).
413
drelshyeth
Tsigchyeth
BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
CLASS – X
Syllabus for Summative Assessment: I
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
TOPICS
Group
A
B
C
D
Topic
Reading Section
Writing Section
(i)
Essay Writing
(ii) Letter Writing
(iii) Translation: Lho Yig Sumtaag
Dang Dritsom, HRDD, Gangtok
Applied Grammar
Total : 90 Marks
Unseen Passage
Marks
10
Dri Tsom
Taang Yig
Fabgyur
08
07
05
(Sumtaglay)
15
Prescribed Books
Lho Yig Sumtaag Dang Dritsom,
HRDD, Gangtok
Literature Section
Tshiglhug, Tshigchyeth, Khakong Deb
(i)
Prose (Tshiglhug)
Lho Yig Tshiglhug, HRDD
(ii) Poetry (Tshig Chyeth)
Tshigchyeth, HRDD, Gangtok
(iii) Rapid Reader
Denzong Chharab, HRDD
414
20
13
12
BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
CLASS – X
Examination Structure for Summative Assessment: I
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
Time: 3 hours Marks: 90
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A:
Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
Section B: (i)
Essay Writing 08 Marks
(ii) Letter Writing 07 Marks
(iii) Translation 05 Marks
Section C: Applied Grammar 15 Marks
Section D: Literature 45 Marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Topics
Types of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
Saga Dawa
Short
5x2
10
Saga Dawa lotar dawa zipoi tsi chongalo sungtsi
pyazen yed. Dawa zipo yangna Saga Daway tshi
dhuentsi Sangay Chyomdende kuthrungpoi
dhuechen in. Daw dihi tshi chongaitshi Sangaypoi
dhuechen dang Ngyangenlay daypoi dhuechen
in shyedi
Saga
Daway
dhuechen
dilo
dhuechen sumzom lapto in. Dhuechen dihitshi
gewa chi dupna bhumgyur thop shyed in. Dhera
pyati digko chi saagna dihi ngemik yang bhumgyur
khor shyed in. Dihi intsang thamchyed gangpoki
dhuechen dihitsi inchi menchi gewa dupgo.
Answer
1x8
08
1x7
07
Reading Comprehension
A.
B
(i)
(ii)
Type
Questions
Essay Writing (Dritsom)
Write an
Thakhor Tsangda, Dhuechen, Nagtsen Sungkyop,
Ridag Semchen Sungkyop, Natsa, Throte, Sherig,
Thung Chhu, Gnamshi, Mitsi, Miki Jigko.
Letter Writing
Essay on any
Gong shue yigi, Famalo yigi, Roglo yigi, Lelatsuna
shuyig, Wangten, Tsong dang drelway yigi. Denbo
yigi.
Write an
415
one Topic.
Application
TTranslation
(iii)
Neighborhoods
English
into Bhutia
C
Many families live in a neighborhood. Families in
a neighborhood live close to each other.
A neighborhood is small enough for the neighbors
to know each other. Good neighbors make a good
neighborhood.
Everybody
needs
a
good neighborhood.
Neighbors
celebrate
festivals together. Good neighbors help each other
and share. Neighbors' children play together.
Grammar (Sumtag)
Jhejuglo Tati Jhyugkhen Threth Namye Dang
D
(i)
Chaypo Gyeth. Namye Gyeth.
Taampey / Peytaam
Sheysa
Literature
Prose (Lho Yig Tshig Lhug)
Guru Tshen Gyeth. Gyagargi
Rigzung Kutshap
Swami Vivekananda
1x5
05
Short Answer
5x2
10
V. Short Ans.
V. Short Ans.
3x1
2x1
03
02
Short Answer
V. Short Answer
V. Based
5x2
5x1
10
05
5x1
05
Explanation
Write a
1x5
1x5
05
05
Poetry
MCQ
3x1
03
Short Answer
4x3
12
Question
(ii)
(iii)
Poetry (Legshyed)
Tsigchyeth Singi Pedonlay Gyug 1 - 9 Sang.
Drelshyeth
Tshig Chyeth Blolay Drishyeth
Dhamkha Kyapti Drishyeth
Supplementary
(Denzong Chharab) Bayul Denzong Chhangtang.
Chhogyal Rigyueth Dartshul. Nalzor Chhyethzi
Chhoentshul. Chhogyal Phuntshog Namgyal
Tensung Namgyal. Chhagdor Namgyal. Gyurme
Namgyal.
416
BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
CLASS – X
Syllabus for Summative Assessment: II
Second Term (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
TOPICS
Group
A
B
C
D
Topic
Reading Section
Writing Section
(i)
Essay Writing
(ii) Letter Writing
(iii) Translation:
Total : 90 Marks
Unseen Passage
Marks
10
Dri Tsom
Taang Yig
Fabgyur
08
07
05
Lho Yig Sumtaag Dang Dritsom,
HRDD, Gangtok
Applied Grammar
(Sumtaglay)
15
Lho Yig Sumtaag Dang Dritsom, HRDD,
Gangtok
Literature Section
(i)
Prose (Tshiglhug)
(ii) Poetry (Tshig Chyeth)
(iii) Rapid Reader
Tshiglhug, Tshigchyeth, Khakong Deb
Lho Yig Tshiglhug, HRDD
Tshigchyeth, HRDD, Gangtok
Denzong Chharab, HRDD
20
13
12
Prescribed Books
417
BHUTIA (CODE NO. 095)
Class: X
Examination Structure for Summative Assessment: II
Second Term (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 hours Marks: 90
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A: Reading Comprehension 10 Marks
Section B: (i)
Essay Writing 08 Marks
(ii) Letter Writing 07 Marks
(iii) Translation 05 Marks
Section C: Applied Grammar 15 Marks
Section D: Literature 45 Marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Topics
Types of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
Saga Dawa
Short
5x2
10
Saga Dawa lotar dawa zipoi tsi chongalo sungtsi
pyazen yed. Dawa zipo yangna Saga Daway tsi
dhuentsi
Sangay
Chyomdende kuthrungpoi
dhuechen in. Dilay day dihi tsi chongai tsi
Sangaypoi dhuechen dang ku Ngyangenlay daypoi
dhuechen in shyedi Saga Daway dhuechen dilo
dhuechen sumzom lapto in. Dhuechen dihitsi
gewa chi dupna bhumgyur thop shyed in. Dhera
pyati digko chi saagna dihi ngemik yang bhumgyur
khor shyed in. Dihi intsang thamchyed gangpoki
dhuechen dihitsi inchi menchi gaga dupgo.
Essay Writing (Dritsom)
Answer
1x8
08
1X7
07
Reading Comprehension
A.
B
(i)
(ii)
Type
Questions
Write an
Thakhor
Tsangda,
Dhuechen,
Nagtsen
Sungkyop, Ridag Semchen Sungkyop, Natsa,
Throte, Sherig, Thung Chhu, Gnamshi, Mitsi, Miki
Jigko.
Letter Writing
Essay on any
Gong shue yigi, Famalo yigi, Roglo yigi, Lelatsuna
shuyig, Wangten, Tsong
dang drelway yigi.
Denbo yigi.
an
418
one Topic.
Write
Application
Translation
Neighborhoods
English
Many families live in a neighbourhood.
Families in a neighbourhood live close to each
other. A neighbourhood is small enough for the
neighbours to know each other. Good neighbours
make
a
good
neighbourhood. Everybody
needs
a
good
neighbourhood. Neighbours
celebrate festivals together. Good neighbours
help each other and share. Neighbours'
children play together.
Grammar (Sumtag)
into Bhutia
(iii)
C
Dhatsen Taagshyeth. Kyethki Yenlaag gyeth.
Dhuesumgi Namjhyak.
Taampey / Peytaam Sheysa
D
(i)
Literature
Prose (Lho Yig Tshig Lhug)
Blodhog Namzilay: Dhalzor Ngyeth Ka.
Chhiwa Mitaagpa. Lay Gyuday.
Khorway
Ngyemig.
Faam
Photshoi
Yarab
Dhushay.
(ii)
(iii)
1x5
05
Short Answer
5x2
10
V. Short Ans.
V. Short Ans.
3x1
2x1
03
02
Short Answer
Very Short
5x2
5x1
10
05
Answer
V. Based
5x1
05
Explanation
Write a
1x5
1x5
05
05
Poetry
MCQ
3x1
03
Short Answer
4x3
12
Ques.
Poetry (Legshyed)
Tsigchyeth Singi Pedonlay Gyug 10 - 19 Sang.
Drelshyeth
Tshig Chyeth Blolay Drishyeth
Dhamkha Kyapti Drishyeth
Supplementary
Denzong Chharab Namgyal Phuntsholay Palden
Thendup Namgyal. Dhatoi Denzong.
419
06. SYLLABUS FOR BODO (CODE: 092)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time : 3Hrs
Section
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing Composition
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
(d) vkjt fcykb fyjuk;
([k) fjiVZ fyjuk;
(x) ckFkzk iQko[kkS cs[ksouk fyjuk;
Section-C Grammar
(d) vkFkksu
([k) lkujk;
(x) ekofjtk
(?k) ckFkzk iQkunk;
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1) xkstksuuk; & y{ks Üoj czã
2) lksyksaFkk;fu Fkkaf[k & egkRek xka/h
3) tksa ckoykauk; lkls tksgksyko &
izlsuftr czã
Weightage
3x5=15
1x5=5
1x5=5
1x5=5
1x20=20
([k) [kUFkkb%
1) tkaf[kz[kka& }kjsUnz ukFk clqerkjh
2) eksugkl* ;S & :iukFk czã
3) eksnS & bZlku eqlkgkjh
Supplementary Reader:
lksukcfu ly* (iQjk;uks xksuka ly*iQksj)
1) ckjgqa[kk
2) lkls ekufluks cslscka gk ukaxkS
xklS&
iQjk;uks xksuka fctkciQksj
%
jk;Fkkb vkjks FkUFkkb %
xksnku [kulk; fcnka] fngqu xkn* 2014]
The Assam State Textbook Production and Publication
Corporation Limited, Guwahati.
Supplementary Reader :
lksukcfu ly* & fuydey czã] fcuk ykbczsfj] ddjk>kjA
jko[kkfUFk % xksuka jko[kkfUFk & dey dqekj czã] fngqufiQuuk; 2013] fcuk
ykbczsfj] ikucktkj] xqokgkfV&1
420
Total 90 Marks
1x5=5
2x5=10
1x5=5
2x5=10
2x5=10
90
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BODO (CODE:092)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
le; 3 ?kUVk
Section
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Type of
Questions
MCQ
No. of
Questions
03
3x5=15
(d) vkjt fcykb fyjuk;
([k) fjiVZ fyjuk;
(x) ckFkzk iQko[kkS cs[ksouk fyjuk;
L.A.
L.A.
L.A.
01
01
01
1x5=5
1x5=5
1x5=5
Section-C Grammar
(d) vkFkksu
([k) lkujk;
(x) ekofjtk
(?k) ckFkzk iQkunk;
MCQ
20
1x20=20
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1) xkstksuukFk & y{ks Üoj czã
2) lksyksaFkk;fu Fkkaf[k & egkRek xka/h
3) tksa ckoykauk; lkls tksgksyko &
izlsuftr czã
L.A.
01
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing
Composition
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
([k) [kUFkkb%
1) tkaf[kz[kka& }kjsUnz ukFk clqerkjh
2) eksugkl ^;S & :iukFk czã
3) eksnS & bZlku eqlkgkjh
Supplementary Reader:
lksukcfu ly* (iQjk;uks xksuka ly*iQksj)
1) ckjgqa[kk
2) lkls ekufluks cslscka gk ukaxkS
02
Marks
1x5=5
2x5=10
SA
LA
01
SA
02
1x5=5
2x5=10
SA
02
2x5=10
90
xklS&
421
SYLLABUS FOR BODO (CODE: 092)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time : 3Hrs
Section
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing
Composition
Total 90 Marks
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
(d) Ykkbtke fyjuk;
([k) julkb fyjuk;
(x) lqan^;S fyjuk; (Precis writing)
Section-C Grammar
(d) ckFkzk lksyk;uk; (ukfM+] lksauk;] [kkoyk;uk;@fFkuuk;]
lkucksykofj)
([k) leku lksnksc lk;[k^uk; (Synonym)
(x) mYFkk lksnksc nkuk;
(?k) ckFkzk[kkS xscsMS+ nkiQkeuk;
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1) vkcgkok vkjks lqcqa lkaxzkafFk&futkse ukjtkfj
2) gfjeq vkjks fefFkaxkfu xkc& jsuq cj*
3) gkfjekfu [kkSlsfFk& jusUnz ukjk;u clqerkfj
([k) [kUFkkb%
1) ftmfu lksjka& dey dqekj czã
2) fefFkaxkk& eu^jUtu ykgkfj
3) gkaek& èotsUnz czã
Supplementary Reader:
lksukcfu ly* (iQjk;uks xksuka ly*iQksj)
1) cqftuks gk;S nsa[kks
2) xksnku lksnksefL=k
xklS&
Weightage
3x5=15
1x5=5
1x5=5
1x5=5
1x20=20
1x5=5
2x5=10
1x5=5
2x5=10
2x5=10
90
iQjk;uks xksuka fctkciQksj
%
jk;Fkkb vkjks FkUFkkb %
xksnku [kulk; fcnka] fngqu xkn* 2014]
The Assam State Textbook Production and Publication
Corporation Limited, Guwahati.
Supplementary Reader :
lksukcfu ly* & fuydey czã] fcuk ykbczsfj] ddjk>kjA
jko[kkfUFk % xksuka jko[kkfUFk & dey dqekj czã] fngqufiQuuk; 2013] fcuk
ykbczsfj] ikucktkj] xqokgkfV&1
422
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BODO (CODE:092)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
le; 3 ?kUVk
Section
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Type of
Questions
MCQ
No. of
Questions
03
3x5=15
(d) Ykkbtke fyjuk;
([k) julkb fyjuk;
(x) lqan^;S fyjuk; (Precis writing)
L.A.
L.A.
L.A.
01
01
01
1x5=5
1x5=5
1x5=5
Section-C Grammar
(d) ckFkzk lksyk;uk; (ukfM+] lksauk;] [kkoyk;uk;@
fFkuuk;] lkucksykofj)
([k) leku lksnksc lk;[k^uk; (Synonym)
(x) mYFkk lksnksc nkuk;
(?k) ckFkzk[kkS xscsMS+ nkiQkeuk;
MCQ
20
1x20=20
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1) vkcgkok vkjks lqcqa lkaxzkafFk&
futkse ukjtkfj
2) gfjeq vkjks fefFkaxkfu xkc& jsuq cj*
3) gkfjekfu [kkSlsfFk&
jusUnz ukjk;u clqerkfj
L.A.
01
1x5=5
SA
02
LA
01
SA
02
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing
Composition
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
([k) [kUFkkb%
1) ftmfu lksjka& dey dqekj czã
2) fefFkaxkk& eu^jUtu ykgkfj
3) gkaek& èotsUnz czã
Supplementary Reader:
lksukcfu ly* (iQjk;uks xksuka ly*iQksj)
1) cqftuks gk;S nsa[kks
2) xksnku lksnksefL=k
Marks
2x5=10
1x5=5
2x5=10
SA
02
2x5=10
90
xklS&
423
SYLLABUS FOR BODO (CODE: 092)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing
Composition
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
Weightage
3x5=15
1x7=7
1x8=8
1- ly* fyjuk;
2- nkbfj fyjuk;
Section-C Grammar
1234-
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1- lekt iQkslkcfxfj xq#nso dkfypj.k czã& eksfguh egu czã
eksfguh egu czãk
2- vk[ky nkuk;& uey pUnz cj*
3- cj* egj lksjftfu ckf[k& 'k^Hkk czãk
1x20=20
eqaek
eqajkb
tFkkb lksnksc nkuk;
ckFkzk [kksUnksc
1x5=5
2x5=10
([k) [kUFkkb%
1- tk gkckc& lfr'k pUnz clqerkjh
2- vkafUk xkfe& dey dqekj czã
3- gs tkseS& eu^jUtu ykgkfj
2x5=10
Supplementary Reader:
Fkquykb ekofFk fcgqjke cj*& ufcu eYy* cj*
2x5=10
xklS&
1x5=5
90
iQjk;uks xksuka fctkciQksj
%
jk;Fkkb vkjks FkUFkkb %
xksnku [kulk; fcnka] nfFk ckgkxks] Fkk[kks ft] fngqu xkn* 2014The Assam State Textbook Production and Publication Corporation
Limited, Guwahati.
Supplementary Reader :
Fkquykb ekofFk fcgqjke cj*& ufcu eYy* cj*]
vulqeS ikfCydslu] ek;nkaxqfj] vnkyxqfj] 1998
jko[kkfUFk % xksuka jko[kkfUFk& dey dqekj czã] fngqufiQuuk; 2013]
fcuk ykbcszfj] ikucktkj] xqokgkfV&1
iQjk;lkfyfu jko[kkfUFk& Lo.kZ izHkk pSukfj] 2014]
fufyek izdk'kuh] ckxkuikjk
424
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BODO (CODE: 092)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
le; 3 ?kUVk
Section
xklS uEcj&90
Type of
Questions
MCQ
No. of
Questions
03
3x5=15
1- ly* fyjuk;
2- nkbfj fyjuk;
L.A.
L.A.
01
01
1x7=7
1x8=8
Section-C Grammar
1234-
MCQ
20
1x20=20
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1- lekt iQkslkcfxfj xq#nso dkfypj.k czã&
eksfguh egu czãk
2- vk[ky nkuk;& uey pUnz cj*
3- cj* egj lksjftfu ckf[k& 'k^Hkk czãk
L.A.
01
1x5=5
SA
02
2x5=10
LA
01
1x5=5
SA
02
2x5=10
SA
02
2x5=10
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing
Composition
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
eqaek
eqajkb
tFkkb lksnksc nkuk;
ckFkzk [kksUnksc
([k) [kUFkkb%
1- tk gkckc& lfr'k pUnz clqerkjh
2- vkafUk xkfe& dey dqekj czã
3- gs tkseS& eu^jUtu ykgkfj
Supplementary Reader:
Fkquykb ekofFk fcgqjke cj*&
ufcu eYy* cj*
Marks
90
xklS&
425
SYLLABUS FOR BODO (CODE: 092)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time : 3Hrs
Section
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing
Composition
Total 90 Marks
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
1- fefFklkj fcykbZ fyjuk;
2- nkock;uk;fu lkseksUnS fyjuk;
Section-C Grammar
1234-
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1- fcukuko fucsfnrk& fuydey czã
2- cj* gkfjfu [kqxk Fkquykb& bUnzekyrh uktkZjh
3- pUnz;ku&1 & MkW- xus'k pUnz okfj
Fkkbtk vkjks fcfnUFkk
Fkkbykfy
gksutkc vkjks nktkc lksnksc
xscsa lksnksc nkuk;
Weightage
3x5=15
1x7=7
1x8=8
1x20=20
1x5=5
2x5=10
([k) [kUFkkb%
1- jknk;& èotsUnz czã
2- xksnku b;qufu esFkkb& lqjFk ukjtkjh
3- vkj^t& vUtq
2x5=10
Supplementary Reader:
phu gknjko nkfUnls& eksfguh egu czã
2x5=10
xklS&
iQjk;uks xksuka fctkciQksj
%
jk;Fkkb vkjks FkUFkkb %
xksnku [kulk; fcnka] fngqu xkn* nfFk ckgkxks] Fkk[kks ft]
2014 The Assam State Textbook Production and
Publication Corporation Limited, Guwahati.
Supplementary Reader :
phu gknjko nkfUnls& eksfguh egu czã] l^ukfcnka ikfCydslu]
PNB Road Kokrajhar I
jko[kkfUFk % xksuka jko[kkfUFk& dey dqekj czã] fngqufiQuuk; 2013]
fcuk ykbcszfj] ikucktkj] xqokgkfV&1
iQjk;lkfyfu jko[kkfUFk& Lo.kZ izHkk pSukfj] 2014]
fufyek izdk'kuh] ckxkuikjk
426
1x5=5
90
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR BODO (CODE:092)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
le; 3 ?kUVk
Section
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Type of
Questions
MCQ
No. of
Questions
03
3x5=15
1- fefFklkj fcykbZ fyjuk;
2- nkock;uk;fu lkseksUnS fyjuk;
L.A.
L.A.
01
01
1x7=7
1x8=8
Section-C Grammar
1234-
MCQ
20
1x20=20
Section-D Literature
(d) jk;Fkkb%
1- fcukuko fucsfnrk& fuydey czã
2- cj* gkfjfu [kqxk Fkquykb& bUnzekyrh uktkZjh
3- pUnz;ku&1 & MkW- xus'k pUnz okfj
L.A.
01
1x5=5
SA
02
2x5=10
LA
01
1x5=5
SA
02
2x5=10
SA
02
2x5=10
Section-A Reading
Comprehension
Section-B Writing
Composition
Details of topics/Chapters
150 lksnksc xksuka eksuFkke niQk Fkkxksu
Fkkbtk vkjks fcfnUFkk
Fkkbykfy
gksutkc vkjks nktkc lksnksc
xscsa lksnksc nkuk;
([k) [kUFkkb%
1- jknk;& èotsUnz czã
2- xksnku b;qufu esFkkb& lqjFk ukjtkjh
3- vkj^t& vUtq
Supplementary Reader:
phu gknjko nkfUnls& eksfguh egu czã
Marks
90
xklS&
427
07. SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SPETEMBER 2016)
CLASS – IX
Time: 3 hrs.Marks: 90
TOPICS
A) Reading Section:10 marks
One unseen prose passage (factual/descriptive) (100-150 words)
B)
Writing Section:25 marks
Short compositions (dialogue reordering, post card, message, completing a weather bulletin
(30-35 words) description of a person with visual input and clues.
C) Grammar Section:35 marks
Based on the prescribed textbook (Lessons 1-6) articles, possessive adjectives, demonstrative
adjectives, prepositions, verbs (présent, futur proche, futur, passé composé, impératif,
imparfait) pronominal verbs, editing sentences, re-ordering sentences, question formation,
qualifying adjectives.
D) Culture and Civilization20 marks
Questions based on text book
a)
Short answer questions5x210 marks
b)
MCQ (True or false/odd one out/ match the following/ 3 marks
fill in the blanks) (Any 2)
3 marks
Value based questions:4 marks
(Questions based on values and morals on everyday life. Such questions should not be based
on factual information)
1. L. 1 – La Famille
2. L. 2 – Au Lycée
3. L. 3 – Une journée de Pauline
4. L. 4 – Les saisons
5. L. 5 – Les Voyages
6. L. 6 - Les loisirs et les sports
Prescribed textbook:
Entre Jeunes Class IX (CBSE)
Textbook Lessons 1-6
428
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
CLASS-IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SPETEMBER 2016)
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section - A: Reading Comprehension -
10 marks
Section - B: Writing
-
25 marks
Section - C: Grammar
-
35 marks
Section - D: Culture and Civilization -
20 marks
Time: 3 Hrs.
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Sections
1 Unseen Prose Passage
(Understanding) (100-150 words)
Type of Questions
Marks
True or False- context or theme
10
based Short Answer Questions
Vocabulary Search:
Fill in the blanks/nouns/verb forms/
Section - B
(Creating)
Section - C
(Application)
Section - D
(Remembering
and analyzing)
opp./synonyms/ Language expressions /Adjectives / Adverbs.
1 Weather bulletin (completion Creative Short Answers
of a text with clues/fill in the
blanks)
1 Description of picture with
clues-person / situation
1 Dialogue(re-ordering)
1 Message/invitation
1 Post Card
Grammar
1. Les articles
2. Les adjectifs possessifs
3. Les adjectifs démonstratifs
4. Les Prépositions
5. Les verbes (Présent, futur simple,
proche, passé composé, imparfait,
impératif) Les verbes Pronomina
6. Trouvez la phrase
7. Trouvez la question
Culture and Civilization
- SA
10
(Lesson 1-6)
4
-
Value Based Questions
- MCQ (True or False / Find the odd
one/Match the following/ Fill in the
blanks/Questions based on pictures)
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
3
3
Total : 90
Marks
429
07. SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
CLASS – IX
second TERM (October 2016 – March 2017)
Time: 3 hrs.Marks: 90
TOPICS
A) Reading Section:10 marks
One unseen prose passage (factual/descriptive) (100-150 words)
B)
Writing Section:25 marks
One long composition (Informal letter) 80 words
Short composition- Any three: dialogue reordering recipe, message) (30-35 words)
C) Grammar Section:35 marks
Based on the prescribed textbook (Lessons 7-12) Integrated questions (articles, prepositions,
tenses of verbs done, editing sentences, re-ordering sentences, personal pronouns, negatives,
degrees of adjectives, Interrogative adjectives and pronouns, question formation, relative
pronouns)
D) Culture and Civilization20 marks
Questions based on text book
a)
Short answer questions5x210 marks
b)
MCQ (True or false/odd on out/ match the following 3 marks
fill in the blanks) (Any 2)
3 marks
Value based questions:4 marks
(Question based on values and morals on everyday life. Such questions should not be based on
factual information)
1.L. 7 –
L’argent de poche
2.L. 8 –
Faire des achats
3.L. 9 –
Un diner en famille
4.L. 10 – La mode
5.L.11 –
Les fêtes
6.L.12 –
La Francophonie
Prescribed textbook:
Entre Jeunes Class IX (CBSE)
Textbook Lessons 7-12
430
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
CLASS-IX
second TERM (october 2016 – march 2017)
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section - A: Reading Comprehension -
10 marks
Section - B: Writing
-
25 marks
Section - C: Grammar
-
35 marks
Section - D: Culture and Civilization -
20 marks
Time: 3 Hrs.
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Sections
1 Unseen Prose Passage
Type of Questions
Short Answer Questions
(Understanding)
(100-150 words)
True or False- context or theme based
Marks
10
Vocabulary Search:
Fill in the blanks/nouns/verb forms/
opp./synonyms/ Language expressions
/
(Creating)
Adjectives / Adverbs.
1 long composition (informal Creative LA
letter-80 words)
Section - C
(Message/Dialogue/
Re-ordering/Recipe)
Grammar
Section - B
3
short
compositions Creative SA
(30-35 words)
Culture and Civilization
1. Les verbes (All tenses of Term I + le
passé récent + le conditionnel présent
2. Les négatifs
3. Les pronoms (COD, COID, toniques,
y, en)
4. Les interrogatifs (adjectifs et
pronoms)
5. Les pronoms relatifs
6. corrigez et récrivez
7. trouvez la phrase
- SA
10
(Lesson 7-12)
-
4
(Application)
Section - D
(Remembering
and analyzing)
25
Value Based Questions
MCQ (True or False / Find the odd
one/Match the following/ Fill in the
blanks/Questions based on pictures)
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
3
3
Total : 90
Marks
431
SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 hrs.Marks: 90
TOPICS
A) Reading Section:10 marks
One unseen prose passage (factual/descriptive) (150-200 words)
B)
Writing Section:25 marks
One long composition (informal letter) (80 words)
Short compositions. (30-35 words) (message, re-arranging a text/dialogue in
logical sequence or completing a text with the help of clues provided)
C) Grammar Section:35 marks
Revision of grammar topics done in class 9. Futur antérieur/ forme nominale/
pronoms personnels/y/ en/ pronom démonstratif (simple/composé) plusque-parfait/pronom relatif composé c’est ….qui/editing sentences/forming
questions/jumbled sentences/tick the correct answer.
D) Culture and Civilization Section : Entre Jeunes
20 marks
Questions based on textbook16 marks
Value based questions:4 marks
(Question based on values and morals on everyday life. Such questions should
not be based on factual information)
1.L. 1 – Retrouyons nos amis
2. L. 2 – Aprés le Bac
3.L. 3 – Chercher du travail
4.L. 4 – Le Blaisir de lire
5.L. 5 – Chez le médecin Les médias
6. L. 6- Chacun See goûts
Prescribed textbook:
Entre Jeunes- Class X (CBSE)
Textbook Lessons 1-6
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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
CLASS-X FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section - A: Reading Comprehension -
10 marks
Section - B: Writing
-
25 marks
Section - C: Grammar
-
35 marks
Section - D: Culture and Civilization -
20 marks
Time: 3 Hrs.
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Sections
1 Unseen Prose Passage
(Understanding) (150-200 words)
Type of Questions
True or False- context or theme based
Marks
10
Short Answer Questions
Vocabulary Search: Fill in the blanks/noun/verb forms/
opp./synonyms/ language expressions /
Section - B
(Creating)
Adjectives / Adverbs.
1
long
composition Creative LA
(informal letter - 80 words)
10
3 short compositions (30- Creative SA
35 words)
05
(Message/ Re-arranging a
text/Dialogue in logical
sequence /completing text
with clues)
Section - C
Grammar
05
05
1. Les verbes (All tenses done in class 9
+ la futur antérieur, le plus-que-parfait)
2. La pronom relatif composé
3. Les démonstratifs (adjectifs et pronoms)
4. Les pronoms personnels
5. Les articles
6. Corriges et récrivez
7. Trouvez la question
5
Culture and Civilization
-
SA
10
(Remembering
Lessons 1-6
-
Value Based Questions
4
and analyzing)
Note : Students are not to - MCQ (True or False / Find the odd one/
be tested on texts marked Match the following/ Fill in the blanks /
<<Pour aller plus loin>> Questions based on pictures)
and << je découvre >>
(Application)
Section - D
5
5
5
5
5
5
3
3
Total : 90
Marks
433
SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 hrs.Marks: 90
TOPICS
A) Reading Section:10 marks
One unseen prose passage (factual/descriptive) (150-200 words)
B)
Writing Section:25 marks
One long composition (informal letter - 80 words)
Short compositions. Any three: (30-35 words) - recipe, message, re-arranging a text/
dialogue in logical sequence or completing a text with the help of clues provided
C) Grammar Section:35 marks
All grammar topics done in classes 9 and 10 with special emphasis to be laid on
the following topics: plus-que-parfait/ conditionnel passé/"Si" clausess/gérondif/
participe présent,/discours direct et indirect, subjonctif (expressions given in
the text book only)/Pronoms Possessifs
D) Culture and Civilization20 marks
Questions based on textbook16 marks
Value based questions:4 marks
(Question based on values and morals on everyday life. Such questions should not be based
on factual information)
1.L. 7 – En pleine forme
2.L. 8 – L'environnement
3.L. 9 – Métro, Boulot, Dodo
4.L. 10 – Vive la République
5.L.11 – C’est bon le progrès
6. L.12 - Vers un monde interculturel
Prescribed textbook:
Entre Jeunes Class X (CBSE)
Textbook Lessons 6-12
434
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR FRENCH (CODE: 018)
CLASS-X SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section - A: Reading Comprehension -
10 marks
Section - B: Writing
-
25 marks
Section - C: Grammar
-
35 marks
Section - D: Culture and Civilization -
20 marks
Time: 3 Hrs.
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Section - A
(Understanding)
Section - B
(Creating)
Details of Topics/Sections
1 Unseen Prose Passage
(150-200 words)
Type of Questions
True or False- context or theme
based Short Answer Questions
Marks
10
Vocabulary Search:
Fill in the blanks/nouns/verb
forms/opp./synonyms/Language
expressions/Adjectives / Adverbs.
1 long composition (infor- Creative LA
mal letter) (80 words)
10
3 short compositions (30- Creative SA
35 words)
05
(Message, Re-arranging a
text/ dialogue in logical
sequence or completing
text with clues provided)
Grammar
1. Le discours direct et rapporté
2. Les négatifs
3. Les verbes (All tenses done +
le conditionnel Passé, le participe
présent, le gérondif)
4. le subjonctif
5. Les possessifs (adjectifs et
pronoms)
6. Les prépositions
7. Trouvez la phrase
Culture and Civilization
- SA
05
(Remembering
Lessons 7-12
-
4
and analyzing)
Note : Students are not to
be tested on texts marked
<<Pour aller plus loin>>
and << je découvre >>
MCQ (True or False / Find the
odd one/ Match the following/ Fill
in the blanks/Questions based on
pictures)
Section - C
(Application)
Section - D
Value Based Questions
05
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
3
3
Total : 90
Marks
435
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - Weightage = 10%
Suggested Guidelines for Conducting Formative Assessment in
French Language for Class IX/X
1)
Class Work20 marks
3 tasks to be given based on writing skills, culture and civilization and grammar.
The tasks will be evaluated on the basis of regularity, neatness, content, accuracy,
presentation creativity, etc.
2)
Activities40 marks
i)
Oral activity
Suggested topics: recitation, role-play, show and tell, quiz, skit, just-a-minute.
The tasks will be evaluated on the basis of pronunciation, fluency, confidence,
content, presentation etc.
ii)
Group/Creative Activity
Suggested tasks: collage making, project work in groups, power point presentation,
quiz, skit, poster making, board making, questionnaires etc.
iii) Vocabulary/comprehension worksheet
Suggested tasks: opposites/noun forms/verb forms/synonyms/jumbled words/
dictation/sentence completion
3)
Unit Test/Assignment40 marks
UnitTest
Assignment
Section - A
-Comprehension0505
Section - B
-Writing Skills1010
Section - C
-Grammar2015
Section - D-
Culture and Civilization
05
10
Suggested SyllabusIXX
Formative Assessment 11, 2, 31, 2
Formative Assessment 24, 5, 63, 4, 5
Formative Assessment 37,8, 96, 7
Formative Assessment 410, 11, 12
8, 9, 10
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08. GERMAN (CODE: 020)
april 2016 - march 2017
In 2008 a curriculum has been devised for classes VI to VIII. As a result of that the syllabus for class
IX now does not start at the very beginning, as was the case till now, but where the class VIII syllabus
finishes. The syllabus continues to follow the communicative and interactive approach. The stress is
now not so much on grammar but on communication. Translations have been removed. Translation
science has made enormous progress and the word to word translations that students at this level
generally attempt are not relevant today any longer. Translation is a science within itself and needs
rigorous training before it can be attempted. What has been incorporated is the summarisation of a
German text in English. The students will get a passage in German that has to be summarised in English.
Other written tasks should include making a poster for the school notice board, writing short messages
as also short formal Emails.
This is in consonance with the language policy of the CBSE. Reading skills have been given special
attention. Students should be familiarised with reading strategies. Awareness has to be created that
there are no difficult texts but only difficult questions. This effectively means that the texts chosen
should be authentic and teachers have to develop the skill of forming tasks/ exercises that help students
extract the most from a seemingly difficult text.
Listening skills and speaking skills have also been incorporated. The same approach as to reading
applies also to listening skills. Authentic texts using audio texts from all German speaking countries
with appropriate exercises should be used. People in German speaking countries have multiple dialects
and accents and are proud to use them in their day to day life. It is important to make students aware
of this and get their ears used to these regional differences. The Swiss do speak in a somewhat different
accent than the residents of the city of Hamburg in northern Germany.
Speaking skills are to be promoted in class. This is what motivates students and makes the language
come alive for them. Speaking about friends, school, parents, hobbies, social awareness and the
environment in class will give them confidence to also express themselves in the real world.
Finally the assessment will have to reflect the new approach. There should be more stress on
understanding and expression rather than grammar tests. Grammar though important should not
become the primary focus of testing pushing communication to the background.
Learning Objectives
The following objectives build upon the objectives already stated for classes VI to VIII. The objectives
given below will apply to both classes IX and X which can be treated as one unit
1. Listening and responding
By the end of class X students should be able to
•
Listen and understand the main points and some details from an extended dialogue or a short
spoken text and respond
•
Listen to a short audio text and respond by asking for more details
•
Listen to announcements at public places e.g. railway stations and act accordingly
•
Listen to a audio text, extract the relevant details and complete the gaps in a written text
2. Speaking
By the end of class X students should be able to
•
Talk about future plans and intentions
•
Ask someone to clarify and elaborate what they have just said
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3.
•
Give or seek informal views in an informal discussion with friends
•
Recall and narrate an incident they have seen or remember from their childhood
Reading and responding
By the end of class X students should be able to
•
Read and respond to an extract from a story, an e-mail message or song or simple text from
the internet
•
Read descriptions of people in the school or class and identify who they are
•
Read fairytales or stories and summarise them in German or English
4.Writing
By the end of class X students should be able to
5.
•
Write a short text using pointers e.g. biography
•
Summarise an unseen passage in English
•
Writing a semi-official E-mail with complete sentence constructions
Intercultural awareness
By the end of class X students should be able to
6.
•
Handle everyday problems i.e. cope with less routine problems on public transport, handle
travel arrangements
•
Demonstrate understanding of and respect for cultural diversity
•
Recognise how aspects of the culture of different countries become incorporated into the
daily life of others
•
Recognise advantages of another culture and try and apply to their own lives e.g. environmental
awareness and waste management
Knowledge about language
By the end of class X students should be able to
7.
•
Learn to use subordinate clauses of time, place and purpose to qualify the main clause
•
Learn the use of grammatical structure e.g. verbs with prepositions to express oneself more
succinctly
Language learning strategies
By the end of class X students should be able to
•
Apply known rules when creating new language
•
Integrate new language into previously learnt language
•
Use the context of what they see/ read to determine some of the meaning
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Class IX
Part III – Content
For First Summative
Module 7
Lesson
Situation/
Topic
Lesson 1 Professions and
Skills
Lesson
2
Skills
Lesson
3
Skills
Speech intention
Structure
Suggested activity
• To ask and talk about • ‘werden’- to be- • Students discuss their
come
professional plans
future professional
their
plans
• To talk about the • Genetiv
characteristics
•
Counselling
positive
and • Revision of the sub• Game – Guessing the
negative aspects of
ordinate
clause
profession after lisa profession
“weil”and introtening to the descripduction of “dass”
tion of what one does
Reading Comprehension – seen passage with True/False exercises Writing: Students maintain
a diary during the year recording their progress in German language learning
Future Prospects • To talk about future • Future tense
• Compare celebrities
plans
To
draw • Comparative and
andshow one’s prefcomparisons
erences.
superlative
for
•
Compare cars, mo• between people and
adjectives and adbiles,
gadgets
,
things
verbs
clothes etc.
• To predict the future • Revision of inter- • A day in my life in the
rogative pronouns
year 2050
• Find out, how many
types of schools are
there in Germany
and what is the difference
between
them
• Writing a text with given elements
• Speaking: A simulated conversation on future plans (Structure to be given)
Language
• To lay down
• Subordinate clause • Students discuss conconditions
“ wenn”
ditions under which
holiday
• To express an
• Subordinate clause
they would underintention and to set
“um….zu”
take a journey and
an aim
• Verb specific prepset aims for the same
ositions
• Webquest- students
• Revision of Modal
look for a language
verbs
course in one of the
German
speaking
countries
,suitable
for their age group
and exposure to the
German language
• Writing: Write a postcard to a friend from a vacation spot you are visiting
• Listening: Comprehension with multiple choice exercises
439
For Second Summative
Module 8
Lesson
Lesson 1
Situation/
Topic
Selecting a
Life partner
Skills
Speech intention
Structure
• To talk about the
past
• Past participle
ofstrong verbs
• Students prepare
their resume
• To ask for the
confirmation of an
occurrence and fix
it temporally.
• Past participle
of “haben” and
“sein”
• Students prepare
the resume of a
celebrity
• Introduction of
double barrel
verbs eg. kennen
lernen Revision of
“dass” Revision of
separable verbs
• Reading: Comprehension Seen Passage (Does the text contain the following information,
If yes, where?)
• Writing: Write a paragraph on “favourite past times”
Lesson 2 Memories
• To reflect about
• Simple past
their past
(Präteritum) of
• To narrate what had • Modal verbs
taken place when
• Simple past
(Präteritum) of
“haben” and
“sein”
Skills
Suggested activity
• Students discuss
their time in Kindergarten
• Students discuss
their favourite
activities at the
ages of 5, 8, 10,
and 12 years
• Subordinate
clause– “als”
• Reading: Comprehension: Unseen Passage with questions about the content using
interrogative pronouns
• Writing: Write the biography of a famous person
Lesson 3 Fairytales
• To narrate fairy tales • Simple past of both • Students read
and stories
strong and weak • Fairytales in German
verbs
eg. Fairytales by
• Subordinate clause
Grimm brothers
of
purpose
–
“damit”
• Revision of Dative
und Akkusative
Skills
• Personalpronomen
• Writing: Summarising an seen passage in English
• Listening: hear a text and complete a text with blanks
440
Class IX Suggested activities for Formative Assessment 1 and 2
Suggested activities for Formative Assessment
1.
Students talk about their future plans
Basis of Evaluation
• Vocabulary
• Confidence
• Presentation
• Fluency
• Diction
2.
Group discussion followed by presentation on a day in one’s life in • Creativity
2050
• Vocabulary
• Confidence
• Presentation
• Originality
3.
Dumb Charade(in groups).
• Acting skill
One Member of each group to enact
• Creativity
• Situations
• Understanding of theme
• Characters
• Recognition of character
• Professions
4.
Power point presentation on schooling system in Germany.
• Confidence
• Understanding of topic
• Presentation
• Clarity of ideas
• Creativity
5.
Listening comprehensions
• Understanding of text
(in the text book and others from internet or other sources)
• Correct response to questions
• Analytical ability
6.
Composing a text or changing the given text.
• Originality
Visual stimulus in the form of picture, cartoon ,movie clip
• Creativity
etc.to be provided
• Fluency
Verbal stimulus in the form of words, stories, incidents etc.
• Imagination
to be provided)
• Expression
7.
Spell check (can be a group activity also)
• spelling
• meaning
• pronunciation
• sentence making
•
•
•
•
8.
Just a minute
• Promptness
Topics can be from the text or from life .
• Imagination
Memorisation of correct spelling
Correct sentence formation
Right usage of word
Part of speech
• Presentation
• Fluency of ideas
• Confidence
• Concise expression
441
Suggested activities for Formative Assessments 3 and 4
Suggested activities for Formative Assessment
1.
Basis of Evaluation
Resume:
• Vocabulary
a)
Self
• Presentation
b)
Celebrity
• Originality
• Concise expression
2.
Group discussion followed by presentation
• Understanding of topic
(eg. Favourite past times)
• Conversational skills
• Confidence
• Presentation
3.
Dumb Charade (in groups)
• Acting skill
One Member of each group to enact
• Creativity
• Situations
• Understanding of theme
• Characters
• Recognition of character
• Professions etc.
• Others to identify
4.
5.
Reading aloud of a fairy tales
• Confidence
(texts to be provided by the teachers , from internet or the
• Diction
library)
• Fluency
Listening comprehensions
• Understanding of text
(in the text book and others from internet or other sources)
• Correct response to questions
• Analytical ability
6.
7.
Composing a text or changing the given text.
• Originality
Visual stimulus in the form of picture, cartoon ,movie clip
• Creativity
etc.to be provided
• Fluency
Verbal stimulus in the form of words, stories, incidents etc.
• Imagination
to be provided)
• expression
Spell check (can be a group activity also)
• Memorisation of correct spelling
• spelling
• Correct sentence formation
• meaning
• Right usage of word
• pronunciation
• Part of speech
• sentence making
8.
Just a minute
• Promptness
Topics can be from the text or from life .
• Imagination
• Presentation
• Fluency of ideas
• Confidence
• Concise expression
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Assessment Scheme for Class IX
First SummativeMax. Marks 90
Section A-Reading
1.
Comprehension (unseen)10 marks
2.
Comprehension (unseen)10 marks
Section B -Writing
1. Based on stimulus compose a message/letter/E-Mail (30-40 words)
5 marks
2. Summarizing a German passage in English (unseen)
10 marks
Section C – Applied Grammar(45 marks)
1. Subordinate Clauses (weil, dass , wenn, um……zu, denn, wie, aber)
8 marks
2.
Modal Verbs8 marks
3.
Adjectives (comparative and superlative)8 marks
4.
Prepositions8 marks
5. Verb: werden (both as a verb and auxiliary verb)
8 marks
6.
Articles5 marks
Section D -Textbook
1. Completing a passage with the vocabulary provided
5 marks
2. Value based question (based on a text from the textbook)
5 marks
Second SummativeMax. Marks 90
Section A- Reading
1. Comprehension (unseen passage)10 marks
2. Comprehension (unseen passage)10 marks
Section B-Writing
1. Based on stimulus compose a message/letter/E-Mail (30-40 words)
5 marks
2. Postcard (30-40words) or Paragraph writing (50-60 words)
5 marks
3. Summarizing a German passage in English (unseen)
10 marks
Section C –Applied Grammar
1.
Past participle (Partizip Perfekt)8 marks
2.
Separable verbs5 marks
3.
Prepositions8 marks
4.
Past tense5 marks
5. Subordinate clauses (als, dass, damit………..)
5 marks
6.
Question making4 marks
7.
Personal pronouns (Accusative/Dative)5 marks
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Section D- Textbook
1. Completing a passage with the vocabulary provided
5 marks
2. Value based question (based on a text from the textbook)
5 marks
BOOKS
The following teaching material is prescribed for class IX:
Prescribed Book
:
Wir 3 (Textbook and Workbook, Module 7 & Module 8)
(Klett Publishing House, Published In India by Goyal Publishers)
Suggested References :
Team Deutsch 2/1
Planet 2
Ping Pong 2
Sowieso 2
Perfekt in Deutsch
Wir Plus
DVD- Wir Live
Langenscheidt Euro Dictionary
K.M. Sharma; German-Hindi/ Hindi-German Dictionary.
(Rachna Publishing House)
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Class X
Part III – Content
For First Summative
Module 9
Lesson
Situation/
Topic
Lesson 1 Characteristics
of a person
Skills
Lesson
2
Speech intention
Structure
Suggested activity
• To describe a person • Adjectives as
• 20 questions to
attributes
with
identify a famous
physically
indefinite Article
personality
• To describe his/ her
In Nominative and • Relate
personality traits
characteristics to
• Accusative case
Interrogative
specific sun signs
Structures : Was
für ein/eine……?
• Writing: Write the description of a person in class
• Reading: Read the horoscopes in German newspapers and extract the information relevant to you and your friend
Fashion
• To describe garments • Adjective as
• Each student brings
Attributewith
• To express your
pictures of garments
definite Article
opinions about
to class and describes
fashion
Interrogative
them
pronoun:
“Welch…”
Writing: Summarising an unseen German language passage in English
Skills
Lesson Parent-child
3
relationship
Skills
•
To describe your • Relative pronoun in • Role Play: Discussion
family members
between
parents
•
Nominative and
and
chid
about
going
• To characterise your
Accusative
out
with
friends
for
relationship
with • Relative clause
a
movie
late
in
the
them
evening
• Writing : Write a mail to your parents while you are away on an adventure camp
• Reading : Reading comprehension of unseen passage
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For Second Summative
Module 10
Lesson
Situation/
Topic
Lesson 1 Environment
Speech intention
Structure
• Indirect questions • Find out about waste
in the form of submanagement
in
ordinate clauses
your school
• To talk about
environmental
problems
• To discuss
measures to save
the environment
Skills
Suggest ways in
which you can help
protect the environment
• Reading : Visual material is to be matched with the text and suitable title to be provided
• Related sentences have to be completed
Lesson 2 Youth and
• To discuss about
socially relevant
social
issues
awareness
• To discuss about how
one can
• contribute towards
alleviating social
issues
Skills
Suggested activity
•
with words from the provided Text
• Verb + Prepositions • Start an eco-club in
your class
• Interrogative pronouns with
• prepositions for
people and things
and answers to
the same
• Find out how waste
disposal is structured in Germany
• Writing : Make a Poster appealing to students to keep the school premises clean
• Reading : Read Advertisements and extract the relevant information from them
Lesson 3 School
• To discuss the
• Recognition of the
content and
passive
magazine
layout of a school
• structure without
magazine
active usage
(present tense)
• Relative sentencesSkills
• Genitive
• Write a notice for the school board asking for contributions to the school magazine
• Write a short advertisement for the school magazine announcing the establishment of a
German club and requesting students to join
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Class X
Suggested activities for Formative Assessment 1 and 2
1.
Suggested activities for Formative Assessment
Quiz on famous personalities (e.g. playing 20 questions
Basis of Evaluation
• Vocabulary
2.
in the class
Group discussion on Sun Signs and their characteristics.
• Syntax
• Understanding of topic
• Conversational skills
• Confidence
3.
4.
Dumb Charade(in groups).
• Presentation
• Acting skill
One Member of each group to enact
• Creativity
• Situations
• Understanding of theme
• Characters
Role play: Discussion between parents and child about
• Recognition of character
• Confidence
going out with friends for a movie late in the evening.
• Diction
• Fluency
• Acting skill
5.
6.
7.
Listening comprehensions
• Creativity
• Understanding of text
(in the text book and others from internet or other
• Correct response to questions
sources)
Composing a text or changing the given text.
• Analytical ability
• Originality
• Visual stimulus in the form of picture, cartoon,
• Creativity
• movie clip etc.to be provided
• Fluency
• Verbal stimulus in the form of words, stories,
• Imagination
• incidents etc. to be provided)
• expression
Spell check (can be a group activity also)
• Memorisation of correct
• spelling
8.
spelling
• meaning
• Correct sentence formation
• pronunciation
• Right usage of word
• sentence making
Just a minute
• Part of speech
• Promptness
Topics can be from the text or from life .
• Imagination
• Presentation
• Fluency of ideas
• Confidence
• Concise expression
447
Suggested activities for Formative Assessments 3 and 4
1.
2.
Suggested activities for Formative Assessment
Project work : Outline the waste management system in
Basis of Evaluation
• Vocabulary
the school and suggest improvements.
• Creativity
Power point presentation on waste management system
• Presentation skills
• Understanding of topic
and ecological awareness in Germany
• Creativity
• Confidence
• Presentation skills
3.
4.
Dumb Charade (in groups).
• Acting skill
One Member of each group to enact
• Creativity
• Situations
• Understanding of theme
• Characters
Writing articles (in German) for the school magazine.
• Recognition of character
• Creativity
• Knowledge of language
• Vocabulary
5.
6.
7.
Listening comprehensions
• Expression
• Understanding of text
(in the text book and others from internet or other
• Correct response to questions
sources)
Composing a text or changing the given text.
• Analytical ability
• Originality
Visual stimulus in the form of picture, cartoon,
• Creativity
movie clip etc. to be provided
• Fluency
Verbal stimulus in the form of words, stories,
• Imagination
incidents etc. to be provided)
• Expression
Spell check (can be a group activity also)
• Memorization of correct
spelling
• spelling
• Correct sentence formation
• meaning
• Right usage of word
• pronunciation
8.
• sentence making
• Part of speech
Just a minute
• Promptness
Topics can be from the text or from life .
• Imagination
• Presentation
• Fluency of ideas
• Confidence
• Concise expression
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Assessment Scheme for Class X
First SummativeMax. Marks 90
Section A-Reading
1.
Comprehension (unseen)10 marks
2.
Comprehension (unseen)10 marks
Section B- Writing
1. Based on stimulus compose a message /letter/ E Mail/ Poster (30-40 words)
10 marks
2. Summarizing a German passage in English (unseen)
10 marks
Section C-Applied Grammar
1. Adjective endings in Nominative and Accusative
(40 marks)
8 marks
2.
Was für ein.... / welche8 marks
3. Relative pronoun in Nominative and Accusative
8 marks
4.
Prepositions8 marks
5. Subjunctive (Konjunktiv II: wäre, hätte and würde+infinitive)
8 marks
Section D-Textbook
1. Completing a passage with the vocabulary provided
5 marks
2. Value based question (based on text from the textbook)
5 marks
Second SummativeMax. Marks 90
Section A-Reading
1.
Comprehension (unseen)10 marks
2.
Comprehension (unseen)10 marks
Section B
1. Based on stimulus compose a message /letter/E Mail/Poster(30-40 words)
10 marks
2. Summarizing a German passage in English (unseen)
10 marks
Section C- Applied Grammar
(40 marks)
1.
Past participle(Partizip Perfekt)10 marks
2.
Passive without modal verbs5 marks
3.
Fixed prepositions with verbs10 marks
4.
Adjective endings10 marks
5.
S
ubordinate clauses5 marks
Section D-Textbook
1. Completing a passage with the vocabulary provided
5 marks
2. Value based question (based on text from the textbook)
5 marks
BOOKS
The following teaching material is prescribed for class X:
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Prescribed Book
:
Wir 3 (Textbook and Workbook, Module 9 & Module 10)
(Klett Publishing House, Published In India by Goyal
Publishers)
Suggested References
:
Team Deutsch 2/2
Planet 2
Ping Pong 2
Sowieso 2
Perfekt in Deutsch
Wir Plus
Schritte Plus
DVD- Wir Live
Langenscheidt Euro Dictionary
K.M. Sharma: German-Hindi/ Hindi-German Dictionary
(Rachna Publishing House)
450
APRIL 2016 - MARCH 2017
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
CURRICULUM FOR CLASSES IX– WEIGHTAGE
(2016-2017)
TERM I
Formative Assessment 1 = 10%
Formative Assessment 2 = 10%
Summative Assessment I = 30%
TERM II
Formative Assessment 3 Formative Assessment 4 Summative Assessment II =
=
=
30%
10%
10%
TOTAL MARKS FOR QUESTION PAPERS
Summative Assessment I = 90 Marks
Summative Assessment II = 90 Marks
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09. SYLLABUS FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
SECTION
SECTION A
DETAILS OF TOPICS/CHAPTERS
(1) Answer the questions from unseen prose passage.
READING
(2) Answer the question from unseen prose passage.
WEIGHTAGE
15 Marks
SECTION B
(3) Answer the question from unseen poetry.
(1) Paragraph writing
10 Marks
WRITING
ECTION C
(2) Letter (official-personal)
Nouns, Verbs, punctuations, synonyms, and antonyms.
20 Marks
GRAMMAR
Idioms, proverbs
Prose:
SECTION D
1. Paath Pako Thayo Nathi
45 Marks
LITERATURE 2. Maari Baa
3. Be Prasango
4. Deshbhakt Jagadusha
5. Ichhakaka
6. Jaherma Vartav
Poetry:
1. Gujarat Koni
2. Bapor ane Vantod
3. Baalkrushn na chreetra
4. Bhadravano Bhindo
5. Jaiye Aapane Pachha
6. Mahemanone
7. Paarasmani
Prescribed Text Books:
‘Gujarati’ (Dwitiya Bhasha) for class IX (Ed. 2006) published by Gujarat Rajyashalla Pathya Pustask
Mandal Vidhyayan Sector 10 A, Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat.
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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016) SA I
Section
Details of topics/chapters
Types of
No. of
Marks
questions
05
1X5=5
SECTION A
1. Question from unseen prose passage
questions
MCQ
READING
2. Question from unseen prose passage
MCQ
05
1X5=5
3. Question from unseen poetry
MCQ
05
1X5=5
SECTION B
1. Paragraph writing
LA
01
Total=15
5X1=5
WRITING
2. Letter (official-personal)
SA
01
5X1=5
Total=10
1. Noun
SA
03
1X3=3
SECTION C
2. Punctuations - Explanatory,
GRAMMAR
Coma, Semi Colon
SA
03
1X3=3
3. Synonyms from the textbook
SA
03
1X3=3
4 . Verb
SA
02
1X2=2
5. Antonyms from the textbook
SA
03
1X3=3
6. Idioms from the textbook
SA
03
1X3=3
7
SA
02
1x3=3
Proverbs
Total=20
Prose:
SECTION D
1. Question from seen prose passage
SA
01
1X5=5
L I T E R A - 2. Give reason (any two)
TURE
3. Answer in one sentence (any five)
SA
02
2X2=4
VSA
05
1X5=5
4. Answer in short (any three)
SA
02
2X3=6
5. Answer in details (Any one)
SA
01
4X1=4
Total=24
Poetry:
1. Poetry comprehension
SA
01
1X5=5
2. Interpret the poem (from the text)
SA
02
2X2=4
3. Answer in two three sentence (Any
SA
03
2X3=6
VSA
06
1X6=6
three)
4. Answer in one sentences (Any six)
Total=21
90 Marks
TOTAL
460
SYLLABUS FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
SECTION
SECTION A
DETAILS OF TOPICS/CHAPTERS
1. Answer the questions from unseen prose passage
READING
2. Answer the questions from unseen prose passage
SECTION B
WRITING
WEIGHTAGE
15 Marks
3. Answer the question from unseen poetry
1. Paragraph writing
10 Marks
2. Letter (official-personal)
(a) (1) Identifying adverb,
20 Marks
SECTION C
(2) change the gender
GRAMMAR
(3) convert to plural,
(4) convert to singular
(b) Correct the sentences
(c) Antonym / Synonym (text based)
Idioms(text based)
Prose:
SECTION D
45 Marks
(1) Taal
LITERATURE (2) Safaruddin Chachani Ghodagadi
(3) Mare Gher Javu Chhe
(4) Kaabbar
(5) Dorivala Boot
(6) Prasannata
Poetry:
(1) Paarasmani
(2) Aena ae gaamada
(3) Ratvati
(4) Ghar
(5) Aapana Malakma
(6) Duha – Muktak - Haiku
Prescribed Text Books: ‘Gujarati’ (Dwitiya Bhasha) for class IX (Ed. 2006) published by Gujarat Rajyashalla Pathya Pustask Mandal Vidhyayan Sector 10 A, Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat.
461
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017) SA II
Section
Details of topics/chapters
Types of
No. of
Marks
questions
05
1X5=5
SECTION A
1. Question from unseen prose passage
questions
M.C.Q.
READING
2. Question from unseen prose passage
M.C.Q.
05
1X5=5
3. Question from unseen poetry
M.C.Q.
05
1X5=5
SECTION B
WRITING
1. Paragraph writing
L.A.
01
Total=15
5X1=5
2. Letter (official- personal)
S.A.
01
5X1=5
Total=10
1. Adverbs
S.A.
03
1X3=3
SECTION C
2. gender
S.A.
03
1X3=3
GRAMMAR
3. Singular, plural.
S.A.
03
1X3=3
4. Correct the sentences.
S.A.
03
1X3=3
5. Synonyms(from Text book)
S.A.
03
1X3=3
6. antonyms (from Text book)
S.A.
03
1x3=3
7. Idioms(from Text book)
S.A.
02
1X2=2
Total=20
Prose:
SECTION D
LITERATURE
1. Prose comprehension ( textual)
S.A
05
1X5=5
2. Give reason (any two)
S.A.
02
2X2=4
V.S.A.
05
1X5=5
4. Answer in short (any three)
S.A.
03
2X3=6
5. Answer in details (Any one)
S.A.
01
4X1=4
3. Answer in one sentence(any five)
Poetry:
Total=24
1. Poetry comprehension textual
S.A.
05
1X5=5
(a) Interpret the poem (from the text)
S.A.
02
2X2=4
(b) Answer in two/three sentences (two)
S.A.
03
2X3=6
V.S.A.
06
1X6=6
(c) Answer in one sentence (four)
Total=21
90 Marks
TOTAL
462
CURRICULUM FOR CLASSE X – WEIGHTAGE
(2016-17)
Term I
Formative Assessment 1
=
10%
Formative Assessment 2
=
10%
Summative Assessment I
=
30%
Formative Assessment 3
=
10%
Formative Assessment 4
=
10%
Summative Assessment II =
30%
Term II
Total Marks for Question Papers
Summative Assessment I
=
90 Marks
Summative Assessment II =
90 Marks
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SYLLABUS FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
SECTION
SECTION A
DETAILS OF TOPICS/CHAPTERS
1. Answer the questions from unseen prose passage.
READING
2. Answer the question from unseen prose passage.
SECTION B
WRITING
WEIGHTAGE
15 Marks
3. Answer the question from unseen poetry.
1. Paragraph writing
10 Marks
2. Letter (official-personal)
1. Singular-plural
20 Marks
SECTION C
2. Change the gender
GRAMMAR
3. Punctuation mark (based on text)
4. Spelling
5. Sandhi
6. Idioms(from text)
7. Anug-Namyogi
Prose:
SECTION D
45 Marks
1. Rohinine teere
LITERATURE 2. Angli zaline ene doraje
3. Dariya kinare
4. Hindnu Pankhi
5. Sangam Shobhana sabarmati
Poetry:
1. Bholire Bharawadan
2. Mane Chakar Rakhoji
3. Chhappa
4. Sayamkale
5. Mane Joine Udi Jata Pakshione
6. Namu
7. Sapoot
Prescribed Text Books: ‘Gujarati’ (Dwitiya Bhasha) for class IX (Ed. 2006) published by Gujarat Rajyashalla Pathya Pustask Mandal Vidhyayan Sector 10 A, Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat.
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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Details of topics/chapters
Types of
No. of
questions questions
M.C.Q.
05
Marks
SECTION A
1. Question from unseen prose passage
READING
2. Question from unseen prose passage
M.C.Q.
05
1X5=5
3. Question from unseen poetry
M.C.Q.
05
1X5=5
SECTION B
WRITING
1X5=5
1. Paragraph writing
L.A.
01
Total=15
5X1=5
2. Letter (official-personal)
S.A.
01
5X1=5
Total=10
1. Singular-plural
S.A.
03
1X3=3
SECTION C
2. Change the gender
S.A.
03
1X3=3
GRAMMAR
3. Punctuation mark (based on text)
S.A.
03
1X3=3
4. Spelling
S.A.
03
1X3=3
5. Idioms(from text)
S.A.
03
1X3=3
6. Sandhi
S.A.
03
1X3=3
7. Anug-Namyogi
S.A.
02
1x2=2
Total=20
Prose:
SECTION D
1
Question from seen prose passage
S.A.
01
1X5=5
S.A.
02
2X2=4
V.S.A.
05
1X5=5
4. Answer in short (any three)
S.A.
03
2X3=6
5. Answer in details (Any one)
S.A.
01
4X1=4
LITERATURE 2. Give reason (any two)
3. Answer in one sentence (any five)
Poetry:
Total=24
1. Poetry comprehension
S.A.
01
1X5=5
2. Interpret the poem (from the text)
S.A.
02
2X2=4
3. Answer in two three sentence (Any three)
S.A.
03
2X3=6
V.S.A.
06
1X6=6
4. Answer in one sentences (Any six)
Total=21
90 Marks
TOTAL
465
SYLLABUS FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
SECTION
SECTION A
DETAILS OF TOPICS/CHAPTERS
1. Answer the questions from unseen prose passage
WEIGHTAGE
READING
2. Answer the questions from unseen prose passage
15 Marks
3. Answer the question from unseen poetry
1. Paragraph writing
10 Marks
SECTION B
WRITING
2. Letter (official-personal)
1. Positive-negative
SECTION C
2. Exclamatory-Interrogative
GRAMMAR
3. Idioms (from text)
20 Marks
4. Correct the sentence
5. Proverbs (based on the text)
6. Sandhi
7. Shabdasamuh (substitution)
Prose:
SECTION D
45 Marks
1. Deshgaman
LITERATURE 2. Aabhalano Tukado
3. Nanabhai
4. Thigadu
5. Panch Pataranini Sewama Gharkam
Poetry:
1. Chhellu Darshan
2. Madhav Kyay Nathi Madhuvanma
3. Aavyo Chhu to
4. E Loko
5. Pal
6. Duha - Muktak
Prescribed Text Books: ‘Gujarati’ (Dwitiya Bhasha) for class IX (Ed. 2006) published by Gujarat Rajyashalla Pathya Pustask Mandal Vidhyayan Sector 10 A, Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat.
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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR GUJARATI (Code No. 010)
CLASS: X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017) SA II
Section
Details of topics/chapters
Types of
No. of
questions questions
M.C.Q.
05
Marks
SECTION A
1. Question from unseen prose passage
READING
2. Question from unseen prose passage
M.C.Q.
05
1X5=5
3. Question from unseen poetry
M.C.Q.
05
1X5=5
SECTION B
WRITING
1X5=5
1. Paragraph writing
L.A.
01
Total=15
5X1=5
2. Letter (official-personal)
S.A.
01
5X1=5
Total=10
1. Positive-negative
S.A.
03
1X3=3
SECTION C
2. Exclamatory -interrogative
S.A.
03
1X3=3
GRAMMAR
3. Idioms (from text)
S.A.
03
1X3=3
4. Correct the sentence
S.A.
03
1X3=3
5. Proverbs(from based on text)
S.A.
03
1X3=3
6. Sandhi
S.A.
03
1x3=3
7. Shabdasamuh (word substitution)
S.A.
02
1X2=2
Total=20
Prose:
SECTION D
1. Prose comprehension ( textual)
S.A
05
1X5=5
S.A.
02
2X2=4
V.S.A.
05
1X5=5
4. Answer in short (any three)
S.A.
03
2X3=6
5. Answer in details (Any one)
S.A.
01
4X1=4
LITERATURE 2. Give reason (any two)
3. Answer in one sentence(any five)
Poetry:
Total=24
1. Poetry comprehension textual
S.A.
05
1X5=5
(a) Interpret the poem (from the text)
S.A.
02
2X2=4
(b) Answer in two/three sentences
S.A.
03
2X3=6
V.S.A.
06
1X6=6
(any three)
(c) Answer in one sentence
(any six)
Total=21
90 Marks
TOTAL
467
10. SYLLABUS FOR JAPANESE (CODE: 094)
Class-IX (2016-2017)
1.
Learning Objectives for Japanese Language in Class IX
1.
Listening and responding: Pupils can understand the main points and some of the details from
short conversion.
2.Speaking: Spoken Interaction: Pupils can carry out simple conversations in familiar topics.
Spoken Production: Pupils can tell a few sentences about explaining persons, goods, places,
experience.
3.
Reading and responding: Pupils can understand the main points and some of the details in
short written texts.
4.
Writing
Pupils can complete the dialogue, passage.
Pupils can write about 300-350 characters about most familiar topics
Using genkoyoushi.
5.
Intercultural awareness: Efforts should be made to let students think about culture in terms
of perspectives, practices and products (e.g. perspectives such as beliefs, values, in situations; practices such as customs, habits, dress, foods, leisur; products such as literature,
folklore, art, music, artifacts).
6.
Knowledge about language: Pupils can apply the grammar when creating new language: adjectives and verbs in present and past tense, making comparisons, indicating places, and expressing one's desires.
7.
Language Strategies: Use the context of what they see/read to determine some of the meaning. Integrate new language into previously learnt language
8.
Prescribed book
Minnano Nihongo Indian-edition1-1: textbook cum work book, grammar note, audio CD.
First term:L1-L8 and Second term: L9-L13
Kanjis:55(33+22)
2. Assessment
The syllabus developed is interactive and communicative in nature. The assessment should be a
reflection of the same.
2.1 Formative assessment (Suggested activities and Mode of assessment)
Suggested Activities
Unit Quiz
- applied grammar
- dictation,
- listening comprehension
- reading comprehension(unseen)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Mode of assessment
applied grammar
spelling(hiragana, katakana, kanji)
use the context
integrate new language
monitor in gown learning
Spoken interaction (role play, interview)
- visiting home,
- inviting
- asking & describing impression
- at post office
- at restaurant
1. understanding context/role
2. understanding task/purpose
3. cooperative with counter part
4. apply communication strategies
5. smooth turn taking
6. control of discourse
7. control of language filler
Spoken production (speech, story line to be given by teachers, suggested topics are
below)
- my self
my daily life 1. control of contents (discourse structure,
choice of topic)
- my school
my teacher
2. control of performance (clear voice,
- my hobby
my home
speed, pause, eye contact, body action, visual aids etc.)
- my town
my pet
3. interactive with the audience
4. creativity
5. imagination
Reading comprehension
- a short passage (seen and unseen)
1. scanning skill
- an authentic materials (menu, notice, 2. skimming skill
application forms, invitation cards etc,)
3. prediction competence
4. holding an aphoric relation
5. narrating
6. summary
Writing
- guided paragraph writing
1. logical cohesion/coherence
- simple paragraph writing
2. apply grammar
- complete dialogue (seen, unseen)
3. spelling (hiragana, katakana, kanji)
filling out a format (application form, 4. creativity
library card etc.)
5. imagination
translation competence (Japanese- 6. use the context
English)
7. Integrate new language
Inter cultural awareness
- quiz about Japan from the text book
1. socio-cultural knowledge
2. question stereo type
- presentation about a topic
3. multiple perspectives
- project work about a topic
4. creativity
5. originality
6. objectivity (critical thinking skill)
2.1 Summative assessment
2.1.1 First term(Marks 90) (April 2016-September 2016)
Section A: Reading comprehension
(20 marks)
Reading comprehension of the short passages related to syllabus (unseen passages-2-4, MCQ)
Value based question
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Section B: Writing (LA: Long Answer)
(20 marks)
Simple paragraph/essay writing on the topics "My family" My daily routine“
My school” in about 350 characters. No marks to be deducted for spelling mistakes
Letter to your grandfather talking about your Japanese language studies in about 300-350
characters. No marks to be deducted for spelling mistakes
Completing written passages/conversations
(Criteria assessment of the paragraph/essay writing: Marks for Logical Cohesion and construction marks for use of correct Grammar and vocabulary excellent/very good/good/limited/
poor)
Section C: Applied Grammar (based on the textbook prescribed L1-L8)
Particle, verb conjunction, tense, demonstrative
(25 marks)
Section D:1 4 chapters of NIHONGO CHALLENGE BOOK (25 marks)
(1st 40 KANJISOFN5 - read and write allkotobalisted in the book with the kanjis)
List of Kanji's
2.1.2. Second term (Marks 90) (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Section A: Reading comprehension (unseen passages -2-4)
(20 marks)
Reading comprehension of the format; menu, notice, application forms, invitation cards with
using Katakana and hiragana. Reading comprehension of the short passage related to syllabus.
Value based comprehension question related to the syllabus/text.
Section B: Writing (LA: Long Answer)
(20 marks)
Complete dialogue following the first 2 lines about 8-10 lines. No marks to be deducted for
spelling mistakes. Simple paragraph writing on one of the following topics: "Hanami" "My
country"
“My favourite present” in about 300-350 characters. No marks to be deducted for spelling mistakes. (Criteria of the assessment: Marks for Logical Cohesion and construction marks for use
of correct Grammar and vocabulary. Excellent/very good/good/limited/poor)
Section C: Applied Grammar (based on the text book prescribed L9-L13
(25 marks)
Particles, adverb, conjunctions, idioms and vocabularies, verb conjugations, tenses, verb
meaning
Section D: Script - Chapter 5, 6 of NIHONGO CHALLENGE BOOK N5, can read and write all
kotobalisted in the book with the kanjis
(25marks)
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SYLLABUS JAPANESE (CODE: 094)
Class-X (2016-2017)
1.
Learning Objectives for Japanese Language in Class X
1. Listening and responding
Pupils can understand the main points and the details from short conversation.
2.
Speaking
Spoken Interaction: Pupils can carry out simple conversations in familiar topics. (2-6 turns)
Spoken Production: Pupils can tell a few sentences about showing direction, how to use a machine, condition of the disease, family, hobby, healthy life, vacation plan.
3. Reading and responding
Pupils can understand the main points and the details in short written texts.
4.
Writing
Pupils can complete the dialogue, passage.
350-400 characters about familiar topics using genkoyoushi.
5.
Intercultural awareness
Efforts should be made to let students think about culture in terms of perspectives, practices
and products (e.g. perspectives such as beliefs, values, institutions; practices such as customs,
habits, dress, foods, leisure; products such as literature, folklore, art, music, artifacts).
6. Knowledge about language
Pupils can apply the grammar when creating new language: verb conjugations te-form, nai-form,
verb-dictionary form, ta-form), functional expression (grant permission, express prohibition,
express the experience (and adjective conjugations, noun conjugations, discrimination of
speech style (formal style and plain style)
7.
Language Strategies
Support the setting of personal goals
8.
Prescribed book
Minnano Nihongo Indian-edition 1-2: text book cum work book, grammar note, audio CD.
First term: L14 - L18 and Second term: L19-22, Kanjis:
2.Assessment
The syllabus developed is interactive and communicative in nature. The assessment should be
a reflection of the same.
2.1 Formative assessment (Suggested activities and Mode of assessment)
Suggested Activities
Unit Quiz
1.
Mode of assessment
applied grammar
-
applied grammar
2.
spelling (hiragana, katakana, kanji)
-
dictation
3.
use the context
-
Listening comprehension
4.
Integrate new language
-
reading comprehension(unseen)
5.
monitoring own learning
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Spoken interaction (role play, interview)
showing direction,
1.
understanding context/role
-
how to use a machine,
2.
understanding task/purpose
-
condition of the disease,
3.
cooperative with counterpart
talking about family, lobby, healthy
4.
apply communication strategies
life, vacation plan
5.
smooth turn taking
6.
control of discourse
-
7. control of language filler
Spoken production (speech, story line to be given by teachers, suggested topics are
below)
my family
1. control of contents (discourse structure,
-
my vacation
-
my healthy life
-
how to use a machine
choice of topic)
2. control of performance (clear voice,
speed, pause, eye contact, body action,
visual aids etc.)
Reading comprehension'
a short passage (seen and unseen)
-
3.
interactive with the audience
4.
creativity
5.
imagination
1.
scanning skill
an authentic materials (menu, notice, 2.
skimming skill
application forms, invitation cards, e-
3.
prediction competence
mail etc.)
4.
holding an a phoric relation
5.
narrating
6.
summary
Writing
guided paragraph writing
1.
logical cohesion/coherence
-
simple paragraph writing
2.
apply grammar
-
complete dialogue (seen, unseen)
3.
spelling(hiragana, katakana, kanji)
-
filling out a format (application form, 4.
-
creativity
library card etc.)
5.
imagination
translation competence (Japanese
6.
use the context
English)
7.
Integrate new language
472
Intercultural awareness
quiz about Japan from the textbook
1.
socio-cultural knowledge
-
presentation about a topic
2.
question stereotype
-
project work about a topic
3.
multiple perspectives
4.
creativity
5.
originality
6.
objectivity(critical thinking skill)
2.1 Summative assessment
2.1.1 First term (Marks 90) (April 2016 - September 2016)
Section A: Reading comprehension
(20 marks)
Reading comprehension of the short passages related to syllabus (unseen passages - 2 - 4)
Value based question
Section B: Writing (LA: Long Answer)
(20 marks)
Simple paragraph writing on one of the following topics: "My favorite sport", "Memories of a
trip" or “My hobby” in about 300-350 characters. No marks to be deducted for spelling mistakes.
Writing a letter of thanks to your host family
Completing kaiwa passages
(Criteria of the assessment marks for Logical Cohesion and construction marks for use of correct Grammar and vocabulary excellent/very good/good/limited/poor)
Section C: Applied Grammar (based on the textbook prescribed L14-L19)
(25 marks)
Particle, conjunctions, (te-form, adjective)
Section D: Kanji's - Chapters 7, 8, 9 of NIHONGO CHALLENGE BOOK
(25 marks)
(KANJISOF N5 - read and write all kotobalisted in the book with the kanjis)
2.1.2. Second term (Marks 90) (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Section A: Reading comprehensive (unseen passages 2-4)
(20 marks)
Reading comprehension of the format; menu, notice, application forms, invitation cards, post
card, emails, posters. Reading comprehension of the short passage related to syllabus Value
based comprehension question related to the syllabus/text.
Section B: Writing (LA: Long Answer)
(20 marks)
Complete dialogue/kaiwas/passages following the first 2 lines about 8-10 lines. No marks to be
deducted for spelling mistakes
473
Simple paragraph writing on one of the following topics: "Diwali" or "Tanabata" or "if I were a
millionaire"
"A place in India I recommend" in about 350-400 characters. No marks to be deducted for spelling mistakes Criteria of the assessment:
marks for Logical Cohesion and construction
marks for use of correct Grammar and vocabulary.
Excellent/very good/good/limited/poor)
Section C: Applied Grammar (based on the textbook prescribed L20-L25,
(25 marks)
Particles Adverb, conjunctions, idioms and vocabularies Verb conjugations, tenses, verb
meaning
Section D: Script-les10,11 of NIHONGO CHALLENGE BOOK
(KANJISOF N5-read and write all kotobalisted in the book with the kanjis)
474
(25marks)
11. SYLLABUS FOR KANNADA (CODE: 015)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
TOPICS
Total 90 Marks
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose/poetry
B) Writing Section: Essay, descriptive, narrative, factual etc. Personal letters,
6+6=12
6+4+4=14
Note making (Reading comprehending and highlighting)
C) Grammar Section: 14 marks
1. Sandhi
7.
Vakya parivarthane: Vidyarthaka,
2. SamasaNishedharthaka, Sambhanarthaka,
3. Making sentence (Padenudi)
Ascharyasuchaka, Prashnarthaka Vakyagalu
4. Thathsma/Tadbhava
Tense (Present/Past/Future)
8.
5. Synonyms9.
Proverbs
6. Antonyms
D) Literature Section: Text
Part - 1
Prose-
1. Panthahvana (Halagannada)21
2. Pramanikathe (Sannakathe)
3. Bedaginataana Jayapura (Pravasa Kathana)
4. Adharsha Shikshaka Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (Vyaktichitra)
Poetry-
1. Balliyaniththode Munivem (Halagannada)21
2. Ramyasrushti (Aadhunika)
3. Hosa Hadu (Navodaya)
Part - 2
Patyaposhaka Adhyayana-8
1. Prajanishte (Kadambari)
2. Bhoomigilida Brushaspati (Nataka)
3. Pranjapathi (Bhavageethe)
Prescribed text book: Siri Kannada - 9
Karnataka Patya Pusthaka Sangha (Reg.)
#4, 100 Feet, Varthula Raste (Ring Road)
Banashankari-3rd Phase, Bangalore-560085
475
SYLLABUS FOR KANNADA (CODE: 015)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
TOPICS
Total 90 Marks
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose/poetry
6+6=12
B) Writing Section: Essay, descriptive, narrative, factual etc. Personal letters,
6+4+4=14
Note making,(Reading comprehending highlighting)
C) Grammar Section: 14 marks
1. Sandhi
7.
Vakya parivarthane: Vidyarthaka,
2. SamasaNishedharthaka, Sambhanarthaka,
3. Making sentence (Padenudi)
Ashcharyasuchaka, Prashnarthaka Vakyagalu
4. Thathsma/Tadbhava
Tense (Present/Past/Future)
8.
5. Synonyms9.
Pronoun
6. Antonyms10. Proverbs
D) Literature Section: Text
Part - 1
Prose-1. Samagam (Anuvaada Nataka)21
2. Haralile (Nadugannada)
3. Ithihasada Chakkadi (Athmakathana)
4. Achchariya Jeevi Imbala (Vygnanika Prabandha)
5. Janapada Kalegala Vyabhava (Janapada)
Poetry-
1. Siriyaninnenu Bannipenu (Nadugannada Sangatya)
2. Saarthaka Rakshane (Aadhunika)
3. Kavya Sangama (Harishchandra Kavya), Sampurna Devi Mahathme
21
Part - 2
Patyaposhaka Adhyayana-8
1. Mahile Maththu Shikshana (Vaicharika)
2. Putta Hakki (Gazal)
Prescribed text book: Siri Kannada - 9
Karnataka Patya Pusthaka Sangha (Reg.)
#4, 100 Feet, Varthula Raste (Ring Road)
Banashankari-3rd Phase, Bangalore-560085
476
Class : IX (2016-17)
477
Class : IX (2016-17)
478
Class : IX (2016-17)
479
KANNADA (Code: 015)
Class-IX: Term I and II (2016-2017)
Time: 3 Hrs.
Total: 90 Marks
No. of Periods
Time question paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A: Reading Comprehension1216
Section B: Writing1420
Section C: Grammar1420
Section D: Literature5040
Prose: (21 Marks)
Poetry: (21 Marks)
Patyaposhaka Adhyayana (Non-detailed): (08 marks)
Design of Question Paper
Type of Questions
MCQ of 1 mark
VSAQ of ½ mark
VSAQ of 1 mark
SA of 2 marks
SA of 3 marks
LA of 4 marks
LA of 5 marks
VLA of 6 marks
Total
No. of Questions
14
10
11
09
06
02
02
01
55
480
Total No. of Marks
14 x 1 = 14
10 x ½ = 05
11 x 1 = 11
09 x 2 = 18
06 x 3 = 18
02 x 4 = 08
02 x 5 = 10
01 x 6 = 06
90
KANNADA (Code: 015)
Class X
Syllabus for Summative Assessment - I
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
TopicTotal 90 Marks
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose and poetry.
6+6=12
B)
Writing Section: 6+4+4=14
1.
One Essay (descriptive, narrative, factual etc.)
(about 150 words)
2.
One official/personal letter (Business letter, application for jobs
Leave applications, letter to the editor etc.)
3.
Report writing (making notes of important events
given and writing reports for newspapers, magazines etc.
C) Grammar Section:14
The Grammar syllabus will include the following areas:
1.
Different meaning
12. Tense (Present/Past/Future)
2.
Samaasa13. Pronoun
3.
Sandhi14. Vaakya parivartane: Vidyarthaka,
4.
Tatsama-TadbhavaNishedhaarthaka, sambhaavanaarthaka,
5.
Making SentencesAascharysuchaka, Prashnaarthaka
6.
Synonyms and AntonymsVaakyagalu
7.
Jodi Pada15. Dhatu
8.
Dvirukti-Anukarana Vaachaka
16. Kaalapallata
9.
Vibhakati Pratyaya
17. Kartari-Karmani
10. Analogy
18. Graamya-Graanthika Roopa
11. Proverbs19. Arthavyatyaasa
D) Literature Section: Text:
Part 1
Prose21
1.
Shabari
2.
Americadalli Gorooru
3.
Jeevana Drushti
4.
Dharma Samadrushti
Poetry21
1.
Emma Nudigel
2.
Hakki Haarutide Nodidiraa
3.
Halagali Bedaru
481
4.
Vachana Sourabha
Non-Detailed:8
1.
Vijnaana Mattu Samaaja
2.
Naamaphalaka
3.
Udaatta Chintanegalu
Prescribed text book: Siri Kannada - 10
Karnataka Pathya Pustaka Sngha (Reg.),
# (R No. 4, 100 Feet Raste (Ring Road)
Banashankari-3rd stage, Bangalore-560085
482
KANNADA (CODE: 015)
CLASS – X
Syllabus for Summative Assessment - II
Second Term (October 2016 - March 2017)
TOPICSTotal 90 Marks
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose/poetry
6+6=12
B)
Writing Section:6+4+4=14
1. One Essay - Descriptive, Narrative, Factual etc. (about 150 words)
2. One Official/Personal Letter (Business Letter, Application for Jobs, Leave Applications,
Letter to the Editor etc.)
3. Report Writing (making notes for important events. Given & writing reports for
newspapers, magazines etc.)
C)
Grammar Section:14
The Grammar syllabus will include the following areas:
1. Different meaning
12. Tense (Present/Past/Future)
2. Samaasa13. Pronoun
3. Sandhi
14. Vaakya parivartane: Vidyarthaka,
4. Tatsama-TadbhavNishedhaarthaka, sambhaavanaarthaka,
5. Making Sentences
Aascharysuchaka, Prashnaarthaka
6. Synonyms and Antonyms
Vaakyagalu
7. Jodi Pada
15. Dhatu
8. Dvirukti-Anukarana Vaachaka
16. Kaalapallata
9. Vibhakati Pratyaya
17. Kartari-Karmani
10. Analogy18. Graamya-Graanthika Roopa
11. Proverbs19. Arthavyatyaasa
D) Literature Section: Text
Part - 1
Prose-
1) Bhagyashilpi Sir M. Vishweshwarayya21
2) Edege Bidda Akshara
3) Vruksha Saakshi
4) Vyaaghra Geete
Poetry-
1) Sankalpa Geete21
2) Kouravendrana Konde Neenu
3) Veera Lava
4) Sankatakke Gadiyilla
483
Part - 2
Non-detailed8
1) Paarivaala
2) Janapada Ogatugalu
Prescribed text book: Siri Kannada - 9
Karnataka Pathya Pustaka Sangha (Reg.)
# (R No. 4, 100 Feet Raste (Ring Road)
Banashakari-3rd Phase, Bengaluru-560085
484
KANNADA (CODE: 015)
Classwise and Termwise Syllabus
Kannada
Class: X (2016-17)
First Term SA I
S.
Lessons
No.
FA I
FA II
SA I
FA III
FA IV
SA II
10
10
30
10
10
30
Part I
1
Prose
Shabari


2
Americadalli Gorooru


3
Jeevana Drushti


4
Dharma Samadrushti


1
Poetry
Emma Nudigel


2
Hakki Haarutide Nodidraa


3
Halagalu Bedaru
4
Vachana Sourabha




Part II
1
2
3
(Non-Detailed - Pathya Poshaka Adhyayana)
Vijaana Mattu Samaaja


Naamaphalaka


Udaatta Chintanegalu


485
KANNADA (CODE: 015)
Classwise and Termwise Syllabus
Kannada
Class: X (2016-17)
Second Term SA II
S.
Lessons
No.
FA I
FA II
SA I
FA III
FA IV
SA II
10
10
30
10
10
30
Part I
Prose

1
Bhagyashilpi Sir M. Vishweshwarayya

2
Edege Bidda Akshara


3
Vruksha Saakshi


4
Vyaaghra Geete
1
Poetry
Sankalpa Geete


2
Kouravendrana Konde Neenu


3
Veera Lava


4
Sankatakke Gadi illa




Part II
(Non-Detailed - Pathya Poshaka Adhyayana)
1
Paarivala
2
Janapada Ogatugalu



486

KANNADA (Code: 015)
Class: X (2016-17)
Classwise and Termwise Syllabus
S.
Lessons
40
FA I
FA II
SA I
FA III
10
10
30
10
No.
FA
IV
10
SA II
30
1
Samaasa
2
2
Sandhi
2

3
Tatsama-Tadbhava
1

4
Making Sentences
1
5
Synonyms
1
6
Graamya-Graanthika
1
7
Dhaatu
1*
8
Vibhakti Pratyaya
1

9
Antonyms
1*

10
Tense
1*
11
Artha Vyatyaasa
1*
12
Nishedhaartha
1*
13
Tense
1*
14
Karthari-Karmani
1
15
Proverb
2




16
One Official/Personal Letter
4




17
Essay-Descriptive, Naarative,
6




18
Factual etc.
Report Writing
4




19
Unseen Passage from Prose
6




20
Unseen Passage from Poem
6































*Indicates that those questions can be either in Sa1 to SA2.
487









KANNADA (Code: 015)
Class-X(2016-17)
Term I and II
Time: 3 Hrs.
Total: 90 Marks
No. of Periods
Time question paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A: Reading Comprehension1216
Section B: Writing1420
Section C: Grammar1420
Section D: Literature5040
Prose: (21 Marks)
Poetry: (21 Marks)
Patyaposhaka Adhyayana (Non-detailed): (08 marks)
Design of Question Paper
Type of Questions
MCQ of 1 mark
VSAQ of ½ mark
VSAQ of 1 mark
SA of 2 marks
SA of 3 marks
LA of 4 marks
LA of 5 marks
VLA of 6 marks
Total
No. of Questions
14
06
10
09
06
02
02
01
50
488
Total No. of Marks
14 x 1 = 14
12 x ½ = 06
10 x 1 = 10
09 x 2 = 18
06 x 3 = 18
02 x 4 = 08
02 x 5 = 10
01 x 6 = 06
90
12. KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
April 2016- March 2017
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
SYLLABUS FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section:10 Marks
Reading unseen comprehension passage (factual/literary/discursive)
Difficulty level: Medium
B) Writing Section:20 Marks
Dialogue completion, Story writing
Long composition: Informal letters,
Notice writing
C) Grammar Section:20 Marks
Number, Gender, correction of simple sentences in terms of syntax.
Usage of phrase and idioms (50% of the total syllabus)
correct incorrect (Spelling Corrections)
D) Literature Section: Lessons given at Page No. 151
40 Marks
Prose
1)
One extract with 5 SA10
2)
5 questions out of 810
Poetry
1)
One extract with 5 questions10
2)
5 out of 7 questions SA
5x2=10
Prescribed book:
Kashir Nisab published by the J&K State Board of School Education (2010 edition)
502
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
One unseen passages of total 500 words
SA
5
5x2=10
followed by SA including vocabulary
Dialogue completion
SA
01
1x5=5
SA
01
1x5=5
Informal letters (not more than 100 (words)
LA
01
1x5=5
Notice writing
LA
01
1x5=5
Section - A Reading
Section - B Short story writing
Total = 20
Section - C Number
SA
01
1x3=3
Gender
SA
01
1x3=3
Correction of simple sentences
SA
01
1x3=3
Phrases and Idioms
SA
01
1x6=6
Conrect Incorect (Spelling Correction)
SA
01
1x5=5
An extract from
05
5x2=10
SA(with internal
05
5x2=10
choice) (5 out of
8)
05
5x2=10
Total = 20
Section - D Prose
chapter
Poetry
SA
An extract from
the poem SA
SA (with internal
choice five out
of seven)
Total
5x2=10
05
Total = 40
90 marks
503
SYLLABUS FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section:10 Marks
Reading unseen comprehension passage (factual/literary/discursive)
Difficulty level: Standard
B) Writing Section:20 Marks
Short composition: Report writing, article writing (100 words)
Long composition: formal letters, essay writing (based on visual and verbal stimulus)
C) Grammar Section:15 Marks
Meaning and usage of words from exercise, basic concept of tenses, correction of diacritical
marks and
spellings of a passage comprising of about 30 words.
Usage of phrase and idioms (remaining 50% of the syllabus)
D) Literature Section: Give at Page No. 151
Prescribed book:
KASHIR KITAAB : 2010, Publishers - BOSE
504
40 Marks
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
SA
5
5x2=10
vocabulary
Report writing
SA
01
1x5=5
Section - B Article writing (100 words)
SA
01
1x5=5
Formal letters (not more than 100 words)
LA
01
1x5=5
Essay writing
LA
01
1x5=5
Section - A Reading
One unseen passages of total 500 words
followed by SA including 3 marks of
Total = 20
Section - C Sentence making
SA
01
1x3=3
Change of tenses
SA
06
6x1=6
Correction of diacritical marks and spellings
SA
01
1x6=6
of a passage comprising of about 30 words
VSA
05
5x1=5
Phrases and idioms
Total = 20
Section - D Prose
An extract from
05
5x2=10
05
5x2=10
05
5x2=10
05
5x2=10
chapter
Poetry
SA
SA (with internal
choice)
An extract from
the poem
SA
SA (with internal
choice)
Total
505
Total = 40
90 marks
506
SYLLABUS FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 HrsTotal: 90
Marks
A) Reading Section:15 Marks
Reading Two unseen comprehension passages (factual/literary/discursive)
Difficulty level: Medium
B) Writing Section:20 Marks
News reporting, Advertisement writing
Long composition: Personal letters, article writing (based on visual and verbal stimulus)
C) Grammar Section:15 Marks
Use of tenses, use of idioms and phrases, making words with suffix and prefix.
D) Literature Section: Give at Page No. 156
Prescribed book:
Kashir Nisab published by the J&K State Board of School Education (2010 edition)
507
40 Marks
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
Questions
SA
4
4x2=8
3
3x2.5=7
SA
01
1x5=5
SA
01
1x5=5
One Personal letter not more than 50 words
LA
01
1x5=5
Article writing
LA
01
1x5=5
Section - A Reading
Two unseen passages of total 500 words
followed by SA including vocabulary
(difficulty level: Medium)
New reporting
Section - B Translation Advertisement Writing
Total = 20
Section - C Use tenses
SA
05
5x1=5
Making words with suffix & prefix
SA
05
5x1=5
Phrases & idioms
SA
05
5x1=5
Total = 15
Section - D Prose
An extract from
05
5x2=10
05
5x2=10
05
5x2=10
05
5x2=10
chapter
Poetry
SA (5 out of 8
SA (with internal
choice)
An extract from
the poem
SA (5 out of 7)
SA (with internal
choice)
Total
508
Total = 40
90 marks
SYLLABUS FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 HrsTotal: 90
Marks
A) Reading Section:15 Marks
Reading unseen comprehension passage (factual/literary/discursive)
Difficulty level: Standard
B) Writing Section:20 Marks
Short composition: Gap filling, story writing based on pictures
Long composition: Writing of descriptive or narrative essay on subjects of general interest.
Advertisement writing
C) Grammar Section:15 Marks
Use of tenses, transformation of sentences, (negative and interrogative), antonyms and
synonyms.
D) Literature Section: Given at Page No. 156
Prescribed book:
Kashir Nisab published by the J&K State Board of School Education (2010 edition)
509
40 Marks
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR KASHMIRI (CODE: 097)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
No. of
Questions
Questions
Section - A Reading
Marks
4x2=8
Two unseen passages of total 500 words
SA
04
3x2.5=7
03
Total=15
SA
01
1x5=5
SA
01
1x5=5
LA
01
1x5=5
LA
01
1x5=5
followed by SA including vocabulary
(difficulty level: Medium)
Gap filling
Section - B Story Writing
Writing of descriptive or narrative essay on
subjects of general interest
Advertisement
Total = 20
Section - C Use of tenses
SA
05
3x1=3
Transformation of sentences, (negative
and
SA
05
4x1=4
interrogative)
SA
03
5x1=5
SA
03
3x1=3
Phrases and Idioms
Antonyms
Total = 15
Section - D Prose- Five out of Eight SA
An extract from
An extract with 5 SA questions
08
5x2=10
05
5x2=10
SA
08
5x2=10
LA (with internal
05
5x2=10
chapter
SA (5 out of 8)
Poetry- Five out of eight SA
LA(with internal
An extract with 5 SA
choice)
An extract from
the poem
choice)
Total
Total = 40
90 marks
510
511
13. LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
A
Topics
Reading Section.
Marks
10
Prescribed Text-Book
Books not prescribed.
Unseen passage.
Writing Section:
B
C
(i) Letter writing
10
Books not prescribed
(ii) Translation
Applied Grammar & Composition
05
Books not prescribed
Mutunci Rong Reenghryum un Reeng
Lessons to be studied:
15
Tshuktaom, published by HRDD, Text-
(i) Thambryang
Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok.
(ii) Kutao
(iii) Afronpong
Literature Section: Prose,
D.I.
Lessons to be studied:
20
(i) Amu Reengsa Zurthap.
Tshukpryom
HRDD,
Pundor,
Published
by
Text-Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim,
Gangtok.
(ii) Songyo Aromkat.
(iii) Gum Sugaor Londing sung.
(iv) Nyermit.
Treasure of Poems.
D.II.
Tshukdong Pundor, Published by HRDD,
Lessons to be studied:
15
(i) Kayusa Milyu
Text-Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim,
Gangtok.
(ii) Kasu Samdong.
(iii) Tusa Kamaor Tey.
Treasure of Stories.
D.III.
Sung Norzut, Published by Renjong
Sung Norzut.
12
Lessons to be studied:
Mutanci Reengmom Kurmom, HQ, Dev.
Area, TNSSS Road, Gangtok Sikim.
(i) Tarlom Purtam.
D.IV.
(ii) Tong khu Namthar
Introduction of Poets & Writers.
03
512
From the lessons studied.
LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Topics
Types of Questions
No. of
Marks
Questions
A
B
C
DI
Unseen passage
Writing Section.
Short Answer Type Questions.
(i) Letter Writing.
(ii) Translation.
Applied Grammar & Composi- Short Answer Type Question.
tion.
Very Short Answer Type
Mutunci Rong Reengthryum Un
Question.
Reengtaom.
Treasure of Prose.
Tshukpryom Pundor.
D II
Treasure of Poems.
Tshukdong Pundor.
05
01
01
04
03
05x02=10
01x10=10
01x05=05
04x03=12
03x01=03
Short Answer Type Question.
Very Short Answer Type
04
04
04x03=12
04x02=08
Question.
Essay Type Question.
Short Answer Type Question.
Very Short Answer Type
01
03
03
01x06=06
03x02=06
03x01=03
Question.
Short Answer Type Question.
06
06x02=12
03
03x01=03
Total = 90
D III
Treasure of Stories.
D IV
Sung Norzut.
Introduction of Poets & Writers. Multiple Choice Questions.
513
LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
A
Topics
Reading Section.
Marks
10
Prescribed Text-Book
Books not prescribed.
Unseen passage.
Writing Section:
B
C
(i) Letter writing
10
Books not prescribed
(ii) Translation
Applied Grammar & Composition
05
Books not prescribed
Lessons to be studied:
15
Mutunci Rong Reenghryum un Reeng
(i) Thamtao
Tshuktaom, published by HRDD, Text-
(ii) Tham Ayok
Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok.
(iii) Ayoktao
Literature Section:Prose,
D.I.
Lessons to be studied:
20
(i) Punjaok Neydok pong Dyep Atya`ng.
Tshukpryom
HRDD,
Pundor,
Published
by
Text-Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim,
(ii) Sakcheen
Gangtok.
(iii) Muro Tsufron Plong pryaom Kat.
(iv) Saktaop.
Treasure of Poems.
D.II.
Lessons to be studied:
15
Tshukdong Pundor, Published by HRDD,
(i) Kursong Reep
Text-Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim,
(ii) Avyet
Gangtok.
(iii) Trokshet Munin Murao Arey.
(iv) Rungyu Rungnit.
Treasure of Stories.
D III
D IV
Sung Norzut.
12
Sung Norzut,Published by Renjong
Lessons to be studied:
Mutanci Reengmom Kurmom, HQ, Dev.
(i) Nungyong Loorik.
Area, TNSSS Road, Gangtok Sikim.
(ii) Aa-eet Sung
Introduction of Poets & Writers.
03
514
From the lessons studied.
LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Topics
Types of Questions
No. of
Marks
Questions
A
B
Unseen passage
Writing Section.
C
Applied Grammar &
Composition.
Short Answer Type Questions.
(i) Letter Writing.
(ii) Translation.
Short Answer Type Question.
Very Short Answer Type
Mutunci Rong Reengthryum Un
Question.
DI
Reengtaom.
Treasure of Prose.
Tshukpryom Pundor.
D II
Treasure of Poems.
Tshukdong Pundor.
05
01
01
04
03
05x02=10
01x10=10
01x05=05
04x03=12
03x01=03
Short Answer Type Question.
Very Short Answer Type
04
04
04x03=12
04x02=08
Question.
Essay Type Question.
Short Answer Type Question.
Very Short Answer Type
01
03
03
01x06=06
03x02=06
03x01=03
Question.
Short Answer Type Question.
06
06x02=12
03
03x01=03
Total = 90
D III
Treasure of Stories.
D IV
Sung Norzut.
Introduction of Poets & Writers. Multiple Choice Questions.
515
LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS: X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
A
Topics
Reading Section.
Marks
10
Prescribed Text-Book
Books not prescribed.
Unseen passage.
Writing Section:
B
C
(i) Letter writing
10
Books not prescribed
(ii) Translation
Applied Grammar & Composition
05
Books not prescribed
Lessons to be studied:
15
Mutunci Rong Reenghryum un Reeng
(i) Reeng Fr`a-pong.
Tshuktaom, published by HRDD, Text-
(ii) Tungbor Reeng.
Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok.
(iii) Shaysoo Reeng.
Literature Section: Prose,
D.I.
Lessons to be studied:
20
(i) Amu Reeng Yuntun Un Reengmaom.
Tshukpryom
HRDD,
Pundor,
Published
by
Text-Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim,
(ii) Punjok Manfaar.
Gangtok.
(iii) Daling Dree.
(iv) Adronsa Rut-kat
Treasure of Poems.
D.II.
Lessons to be studied:
15
(i) Mikrung.
Tshukdaong
HRDD,
Pundor,
Published
by
Text-Book Unit, Govt.of Sikkim,
(ii) Nimbryok P`alit.
Gangtok.
(iii) Numshimnyusa Milyu.
(iv) Tsulaom Aarey Kayusa
Treasure of Stories.
D III
D IV
Sung Norzut.
12
Sung Norzut, Published by Renjong
Lessons to be studied:
Mutunci Reengmaom Kurmaom, HQ,
(i) Dungit Matlu.
Dev. Area, TNSSS Road, Gangtok Sikkim.
(ii) Kurthat Wok-dreysa Adyopka.
Introduction of Poets & Writers.
03
516
From the lessons studied.
LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS: X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Topics
Types of Questions
No. of
Marks
Questions
A
Reading Section.
B
Unseen passage.
Writing Section.
C
DI
05
05x02=10
01
01
03
03
01x10=10
01x05=05
03x03=09
03x02=06
Short Answer Type Question.
Very Short Answer Type
06
02
06x03=18
02x01=02
Question.
Essay Type Question.
Short Answer Type Question.
Very Short Answer Type
01
03
03
01x06=06
03x02=06
03x01=03
Question.
Short Answer Type Question.
06
06x02=12
03
03x01=03
Total: 90
Questions.
(i) Letter Writing
(ii) Translation
Applied Grammar & Composi- Short Answer Type Question.
tion.
Very Short Answer Type
Mutunci Reengthryum Un Reeng Question.
tshuktaom.
Treasure of Prose.
Tshukpryom Pundor.
D II
Short Answer Type
Treasure of Poems.
Tshukdong Pundor.
D III
Treasure of Stories.
D IV
Sung Norzut.
Introduction of Poets & Writers. Multiple Choice Questions.
517
LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS: X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
A
Topics
Reading Section.
Marks
10
Prescribed Text-Book
Books not prescribed.
Unseen passage.
Writing Section:
B
C
(i) Essay writing
10
Books not prescribed
(ii) Translation
Applied Grammar & Composition
05
Books not prescribed
Mutunci Rong Reenghryum un Reeng
Lessons to be studied:
15
Tshuktaom, published by HRDD, Text-
(i) Detailed.
Literature Section:Prose,
D.I.
Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Lessons to be studied:
20
(i) Thisatha Ung It Sung.
Tshukpryom
HRDD,
Pundor,
Published
by
Text-Book Unit, Govt. of Sikkim,
Gangtok.
(ii) Laom Pogaat
(iii) Jejyo
(iv) Khomu Arey Tumka.
Treasure of Poems.
D.II.
Tshukdong Pundor, Published by HRDD,
Lessons to be studied:
15
(i) Nulee Geybu Saknonka
Text-Book Unit, Govt.of Sikkim,
Gangtok.
(ii) Ashyot Aangop Katsa
(iii) Go
(iv) Saamsa Pundi
(v) Saksoam Aal Sosong Aareyka.
Treasure of Stories.
D III
D IV
Sung Norzut, Published by Renjong
Sung N’orzut.
12
Mutunci Reengmaom Kurmaom,
Lessons to be studied:
HQ, Dev. Area, TNSSS Road, Gangtok
(i) Nyutheeng Lasso Mung Panu.
Sikkim.
(ii) Gumchen un Tukfil.
Introduction of Poets & Writers.
03
518
From the lessons studied.
LEPCHA (CODE: 026)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS: X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Section
Topics
Types of Questions
No. of
Marks
Questions
A
Reading Section.
B
Unseen passage
Writing Section.
C
DI
Short Answer Type
05
05x02=10
01
01
03
03
01x10=10
01x05=05
03x03=09
03x02=06
Short Answer Type Question
Very Short Answer Type
06
02
06x03=18
02x01=02
01
03
03
06
01x06=06
03x02=06
03x01=03
06x02=12
03
03x01=03
Total: 90
Questions.
(i) Essay Writin
(ii) Translation
Applied Grammar & Composi- Short Answer Type Question
tion.
Very Short Answer Type
Mutunci Reengthryum Un Reeng Question.
tshuktaom.
Treasure of Prose.
Tshukpryaom Pundor.
D III
Treasure of Stories.
Question
Essay Type Question
Short Answer Type Question
Very short Answer type Qs.
Short Answer Type Question
D IV
Sung Norzut.
Introduction of Poets & Writers
Multiple Choice Questions
D II
Treasure of Poems.
Tshukdong Pundor.
519
14. LIMBOO (CODE: 025)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Group
A
Topics
Unseen Passage
Marks
10
Prescribed Text-Book
Books not Prescribed.
Reading
B
Writing
(i)
Letter Writing
05
Related to Public, Social, Professional &
(ii)
Essay Writing
06
Literature etc.
04
Unseen Passage into Limboo.
Thangsing Yakthung Huppan nu Itchap:
15
Lesson to be Studied – (i) Huppanely Kuhaa,
(iii) Translation
Applied Grammar
C
Grammar
(ii) Soksasen, (iii) Soak nu Sembey, (iv)
(i)
(ii)
Prose
15
Minglek, (v) Iklengle Kugo, (pg. 82-84)
Patila Sapsok: Lesson to be Studied - (i)
Aamma,(ii) Sisekpa Tumyen,(iii) Chesya
Sammilla Sung: Lesson to be Studied -
Poetry
12
(i) Aajupey Medanen, (ii) Taandik ka
Yakthung Aawaro, (iii) Aamma Kusing...
D
(iv) Lakat Lomma Aang.
Kheda Sung: Lesson to be Studied -(i)
(iii) Rapid Reader (I)
10
Literature
(iv) Rapid Reader (II)
10
(v) Introduction of Writers & Poets
03
Nimendepmana Yanghek, (ii) Thisondhabarey
Laajey Hepmo.
Sodhungembarey Siwading Khahunhaa:
Lesson
to be Studied- Page no. 100-115.
Patila and Sammilla Sapsok
All types of questions, short, very short, essay, Mcq, value based types of question will be
asked from the prescribed text materials.
520
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Question paper will be divided into four sections
Section A:Reading comprehension10
Section B
:
Writing Section
(i) Letter writing5
(ii) Essay Writing6
(iii) Translation4
Section C:Grammar15
Section D:Literature50
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Topics
Types of Questions
No. of
Marks
Questions
A
B
Reading comprehension
3
6
4
4
1
5
(i)
Letter Writing
type question
LA
(ii)
Essay Writing
LA
1
6
LA
1
4
(iii) Translation
C
Short and very short
Applied Grammar:
(i)
Huppanley Kuha
LA
1
5
(ii)
Soksasen,
SA
2
6
(iii) Soak nu Sembey
MCQ
4
4
1. Patila sapsok
LA
1
5
(i) Aamma
SA
2
6
MCQ
4
4
2. Sammilla Sapsok:
LA
1
5
(i) Aajupey Medanen
LA
1
5
MCQ
2
2
(iv) Minglek
(v)
D
Iklengley Kugo
Literature section:
(ii) Sisekpa Tumyen
(iii) Chesya
(ii) Taandik Ka..
(iii) Aamma Kusing.
(iv) Lakat Lommaaang.
521
3. Rapid Reader (I)
LA
1
5
SA
1
3
MCQ
2
2
LA
1
5
SA
1
3
MCQ
2
2
SA
1
3
Kheda sung:
(i) Nimendepmana Yanghek
(ii) Thisondhabarey
4. Rapid Reader (II)
Sodhungembarey Siwading Khahunha:
Page No 100-115
5. Introduction of Writers & Poets
522
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Group
A
Topics
Unseen Passage
Marks
10
Prescribed Text-Book
Books not Prescribed.
Reading
B
Writing
(i)
Letter Writing
05
Related to Public, Social, Professional &
(ii)
Essay Writing
06
Literature.
04
Unseen Passage into Limboo.
Thangsing Yakthung Huppan nu Itchap:
15
Lesson to be Studied – (i) Losok,
(iii) Translation
Applied Grammar
C
(ii) Akhelyemren Paapmana lam (iii) Iklengley
Grammar
Kugo (pg. 82-84),(iv) Ekpey Sutla,
(i)
(v) Thikpeyyok Sutla (vi) Pammey.
Patila Sapsok: Lesson to be Studied - (i)
Prose
15
(ii)
Ningwa Mendummarey,(ii) Mohamad Ali,
(iii) Cha..it Mundhum,(iv) Sapsok Phomelley.
Sammilla Sung: Lesson to be Studied -
Poetry
12
(i) Haatley Khepsu,(ii) Ipmabong,
(iii) Yumamang Sewa,(iv) Ningwasorey Chiri
Kudim-Kudim,(v) Aakerik Keni- ngwa
D
Literature
Tamabey,(vi) Kombharak Aalarey baabi.
Kheda Sung: Lesson to be Studied -(i) Yemin
(iii) Rapid Reader (I)
(iv) Rapid Reader (II)
(v) Introduction of
Writers & Poets
10
Kakerik Legey,(ii) Yang Kesabaren Hingmon
10
men.
Sodhungembarey Siwading Khahunhaa: Lesson
03
to be Studied- Page no. 56-99.
Patila and Sammilla Sung.
All types of questions, short, very short, essay, Mcq, value based types of question will be
asked from the prescribed text materials.
523
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 HrsTotal: 90 Marks
Question paper will be divided into four sections
Section A:Reading comprehension10
Section B
:
Writing Section
(i) Letter writing5
(ii) Essay Writing6
(iii) Translation4
Section C:Grammar15
Section D:Literature50
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Topics
Types of Questions
No. of
Marks
Questions
A
B
Reading comprehension
3
6
4
4
1
5
(i)
Letter Writing
type question
LA
(ii)
Essay Writing
LA
1
6
LA
1
4
(iii) Translation
C
Short and very short
Applied Grammar:
(i)
Losok
LA
1
5
(ii)
Akhel Yemren Paapmanalam
SA
2
6
MCQ
4
4
(iii) Ikleng Lye Kugo
(iv) Ekpey Sutla
(v)
Thikpeyok Sutla
(vi) Pammey
524
D
Literature section:
1. Patila sapsok
LA
1
5
(i)
Ningwa Mendumarey
SA
2
6
(ii)
Mohamad Ali
MCQ
4
4
MCQ
2
2
LA
1
5
LA
1
5
3. Rapid Reader (I)
LA
1
5
Kheda sung:
SA
1
3
MCQ
2
2
(ii) Yang Kesabaren...
4. Rapid Reader (II)
LA
1
5
Sodhungembarey Siwading Khahunha:
SA
1
3
MCQ
2
2
SA
1
3
(iii) Cha-it...
(iv) Sapsok Phomelly
2. Sammilla Sapsok:
(i)
Hantley Khapsu
(ii)
Ipmabong
(iii) Yumamang Sewa
(iv) Ningwasorey
(v)
Akerik
(vi) Kombharak
(i)
Yemmin Kakerik...
Page No 56-99
5. Introduction of Writers & Poets
525
LIMBOO (CODE: 025)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS - X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Group
A
Topics
Unseen Passage
Marks
10
Total: 90 Marks
Prescribed Text-Book
Reading
B
Writing
Letter Writing
5
Essay Writing
6
Translation
4
Unseen Passage into Limboo
Thangsing Yakthung Huppan nu Itchap:
15
Lesson to be studied – (i) Lengwaba Sutla,
C
Grammar
(Related to Social, Cultural & Literature)
(ii) Soksalok, (iii) Yemchu Sutlain, (iv)
(i)
Paanlup, (v) Palla.
Patila Sung: Lesson to be Studied –
Prose
15
(i) Kombhasit Paatung, (ii) Penching Sigang
Laakhey, (iii) Khimbrakpa,(iv) Oona Yakthung
(ii)
Saapsok Sapmundhum.
Saammilla Sung: Lesson to be Studied -
Poetry
12
(i) Mu-I-Gum-ongsi, (ii) Saapmun-dhum
Laam, (iii) Aanjummey Kebha ara pong, (iv)
D
10
Hingmon Hingmabong (v) Naakchalaam.
Kheda Sung: Lesson to be Studied –
(iv) Rapid Reader (II)
10
(i) Laahang,(ii) Phung Cha…it.
Sodhungembarey Siwading Khahunhaa: Page
(v)
Introduction of
writers & poets (Limboo
Literature only)
03
no. (1–31)
Paatila and Saamilaa Saapsok
Literature
(iii) Rapid Reader (I)
All types of questions, short, very short, essay, Mcq, value based types of question will be asked from
the prescribed text materials.
526
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Question paper will be divided into four sections
Section A:Reading comprehension10
Section B
:
Writing Section
(i) Letter writing5
(ii) Essay Writing6
(iii) Translation4
Section C:Grammar15
Section D:Literature50
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
A
B
Topics
Reading comprehension
No. of
Marks
Short and very short
Questions
3
6
4
4
1
5
(i)
Letter Writing
type question
LA
(ii)
Essay Writing
LA
1
6
LA
1
4
LA
1
5
Soksalok
SA
1
6
(iii) Yemchu Sutlain
MCQ
4
4
1. Patila sapsok:
LA
1
5
(i) Kombhasit Paatung
SA
2
6
MCQ
4
4
(i) Aabangey Loklumo
LA
1
5
(ii) Sapmundhumlam
LA
1
5
MCQ
2
2
(iii) Translation
C
Types of Questions
Applied Grammar:
(i)
(ii)
Lengwaba Sutla
(iv) Paanlup
(v)
D
Palla
Literature section:
(ii) Penching Sigang Lakhey
(iii) Khimbrakpa
(iv) Oona Yakthung
2. Sammilla Sapsok:
(iii) Aanjumey Kebhaaara
(iv) Hingmon Hingmabong
(v) Naakchalam
527
3. Rapid Reader (I)
Kheda sung:
LA
1
5
(i)
SA
1
3
MCQ
2
2
LA
1
5
SA
1
3
MCQ
SA
2
1
2
3
Laahang
(ii) Phung Cha-it.
4. Rapid Reader (II)
(i) Sodhungembarey Siwading Khahunha: (Page.1-31)
5. Introduction of Writers & Poets
528
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total: 90 Marks
Group
A
Topics
Unseen Passage
Marks
10
Prescribed Text-Book
Letter Writing
5
Related to Social, Cultural & Literature
Essay Writing
6
Translation
4
Reading
B
Writing
C
15
Grammar
(i)
Prose
15
(ii)
Poetry
12
D
Literature
(iii) Rapid Reader (I)
10
(iv) Rapid Reader (II)
10
(v) Introduction of writers & poets
(Limboo Literature only)
03
Unseen Passage into Limboo
Thangsing Yakthung Huppan nu Itchap:
Lesson to be studied: (i) Mellengwaba
Penching lok, (iii) Mukpaan nu Paanlup,
(iv) Iklengley Kugo-pg.(84-87) (v)
Soksarey Iklengden.
Patila Sung:Lesson to be Studied – (i)
Saam-ik, (ii) Niyemba mim, (iii) Nebo,
(iv) Ballihang.
Saamila Sung: Lesson to be Studied
– Maa- Saappan, (ii) Aabangey inney
aasira thang, (iii) Aahimmin, (iv)
Phungwamma, (v) Wey innu Aabangey.
Kheda Sung : Lesson to be Studied
– (i) Khamak, (ii) Hangkhimmo
KehingbaCha..itchamba.
Sodhungembarey Siwading Khahunha:
Lesson to be Studied – Page no. (32 –
55) (116 – 128)
Patila and Saammilla Saapsok Poets.
(Limboo Literature only)
All types of questions, explanation, very short, short, essay, MCQ and value based type of question may
be asked from the prescribed text materials.
529
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS-X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 HrsTotal: 90 Marks
Question paper will be divided into four sections
Section A:Reading comprehension10
Section B
:
Writing Section
(i) Letter writing5
(ii) Essay Writing6
(iii) Translation4
Section C:Grammar15
Section D:Literature50
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
A
B
Topics
Reading comprehension
No. of
Marks
Short and very short
Questions
3
6
4
4
1
5
(i)
Letter Writing
type question
LA
(ii)
Essay Writing
LA
1
6
LA
1
4
(iii) Translation
C
Types of Questions
Applied Grammar:
(i)
Mellengwaba Sutla
LA
1
5
(ii)
Penchinglok
SA
1
6
MCQ
4
4
1. Patila sapsok:
LA
1
5
(i) Samik
SA
2
6
MCQ
4
4
2. Sammilla Sapsok:
LA
1
5
(i) Maasappan
LA
1
5
MCQ
2
2
(iii) Mukpaan
(iv) Paanlup
(v)
Soksarey Iklengden
(vi) Iklengley Kugo (pg. 84-87)
D
Literature section:
(ii) Niyemba Mim
(iii) Nebo;
(iv) Ballihang
(ii) Aahimin
(iii) Phungwama
(iv) Wey Innu...
530
3. Rapid Reader (I)
Kheda sung:
LA
1
5
(i)
SA
1
3
MCQ
2
2
LA
1
5
SA
1
3
MCQ
2
2
SA
1
3
Khamak
(ii) Hamgkhimo Kehingba
4. Rapid Reader (II)
Sodhungembarey Siwading
Khahunha: (Page.32-55) (116-128)
5. Introduction of Writers & Poets
531
15. MALAYALAM (CODE: 012)
CLASS – IX: I and II Terms (2016-2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Total Marks= 90
Section - A: Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
No of Period
16 Pds
Section - B: Writing20 Marks20 Pds
Section - C: Grammar12 Marks20 Pds
Section - D: Literature48 Marks40 Pds
No of Questions
3 S.A.
8 S.A.
1 S.A.
8 S.A.
2 L.A.
1 L.A.
1 L.A.
11 MCQ
35
Marks Per Question
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
1
-
532
Total Marks
3
16
3
32
10
7
8
11
90
SYLLABUS FOR MALAYALAM (CODE: 012)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Total 90 Marks
No. of Periods
A) Reading Section:
10 marks
16
20 marks
20
Unseen Passage (Prose or Poetry)
B) Writing Section:
Letter Writing (Personal, official matters, connected with daily life)
Idioms, Proverbs, Short Essay
C) Grammar Section:
12 marks
1.
Vocabulary building
2.
Transformation of sentences (Active and Passive voice, Simple,
Compound, Correction of sentences only)
3.
Sandhi/Samasam.
D) Literature Section: Prose and Poem
48 marks
20
40
Prescribed Book: Kerala Patavali Malayalam and Adisthana Padavali Malayalam Std IX Edition 2010)
Published By Department of Education, Govt. of Kerala
Lessons to be studied for:
Prose
1)
EZHU PATHU KARUDE YOGAM – (PROSE) –ASHOKAN CHERUVIL
2)
ORU CHERU PUNCHIRI – (PROSE) – M T VASUDEVAN NAIR
3)
MODERN TIMES ADHUNIKA KALATHINTE ULKANDAKAL
(PROSE) - V K Joseph
Poetry 4)
ANGHEVEETTILEKE – (POEM) – E DASSERY
5) SAHA PADIKAL – (POEM) – BALAMANI AMMA
NON-DETAILED:THEJASWI AYA VAGMI, (Life History of Swami Vivekananda) PUBLISHED BY Hand C Publishing
House, Thrissur 660001, Kerala
2) FIRST NINE LESSONS Page No.: from 05 to 51
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (Project Work)
Concerned teachers are given freedom to choose/select the projects and assignments to be given to
the students as per the prescribed syllabus
533
SYLLABUS FOR MALAYALAM (CODE: 012)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Total 90 Marks
No. of Periods
A) Reading Section:
10 marks
16
20 marks
20
Unseen Passage (Prose or Poetry)
B) Writing Section:
Letter Writing (Personal, official matters, connected with daily life)
Idioms, Proverbs, Short Essay
C) Grammar Section:
12 marks
1.
Vocabulary building (Synonyms and Antonyms, Opposites etc.)
2.
Transformation of sentences (Active and Passive voice, simple
compound, Correction of sentences only)
3.
Samasam.
D) Literature Section: 48 marks
Prose :
Prescribed Book: KERALA PATAVALI MALAYALAM AND ADISHTANA
PATAVALI MALAYALAM STD IX EDITION 2010 PUBLISHED BY
SCERT, Department of Education, Govt. of Kerala
20
40
Lessons to be studied - 03:
Prose
1)
KATTILEKU POKALLE KUNJE – SHIHABUDHIN POITHUNKADAVU
2)
KOCHU KOCHU MOHANGA - V MOHANAN
3)
SAMUDHAYANGALKU CHILATHU CHEYYANUNDU – M N VIJAYAN
Poetry:
4)
YADAVA NASAM - CHERUSSERY
5)
ANNAM – BALACHANDRAN CHULLIKKADU
Prescribed Book ‘Kerala Patavali Malayalam Adishthana Patavali –
Edition 2010 Published by SCERT Department of Education, Govt. of Kerala
NON-DETAILED - THEJASWI AYA VAGMI, (Life History of Swami Vivekananda)
Published by Hand C Publishing House, Thrissur 660001, Kerala
(LAST 10 LESSONS) Page No.: from 52 to 96
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (Project Work)
Concerned teachers are given freedom to choose/select the projects and assignments to be given to
the students as per the prescribed syllabus.
534
CLASS - IX TERMWISE SYLLABUS
Lessons
Term - I
Prose
April to September
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30
1
EZHUPATHUKARUDE YOGAM
2
ORU CHERU PUNCHIRI
3
MODRN TIMES

Term - II
October to March
FA
FA 4-10 SA II -30
3-10




ADHUNIKAKALATHINTE
4
ULKANDAKAL
KATTILEKU POKALLE KUNJE
5
KOCHU KOCHU MOHANGAL
6
SAMUDAYANGALKU





CHILATHU CHEYYANUNDU
Poem
1
ANGHE VEETTILEKE
2
SAHAPADIKAL
3
YADAVANASAM
4
ANNAM
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30

FA
3-10
FA 4-10 SA II -30






Thejaswiaya Vagmi
Non Detailed
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30
FA
3-10

FA 4-10 SA II -30
1
LESSON 1


2
”
2


3
”
3


4
”
4


5
”
5


6
”
6
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
7
”
7

8
”
8

9
”
9

10
”
10


11
”
11


12
”
12


13
”
13


14
”
14


15
”
15


535
16
”
16

17
”
17

18
”
18

19
”
19
Grammar
I
1
Transformation of sentences
Active/ passive voices
2
Correction of sentences
3
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30

FA
3-10

FA 4-10 SA II -30








Simple/compound sentences




II
Sandhi

III
1
Vocabulary
Synomyms






2
Antonyms






3
Gender






4
Nanartham






5
Arthavyathyasam








Writing
I
Letter


II
Idioms


III
Proverbs


IV
Short essays


536
MALAYALAM (CODE: 012)
CLASS - X
Time: 3 Hrs
Total Marks= 90
No of Period
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section - A: Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
16
Section - B: Writing20 Marks20
Section - C: Grammar12 Marks20
Section - D: Literature48 Marks40
No of Questions
8 V.S.A.
5 S.A.
8 L.A.
2 L.A.
2 L.A.
8 MCQ
10 MCQ
43
Marks Per Question
1
2
4
6
7
8X1/2
1
-
537
Total Marks
8
10
32
12
14
4
10
90
SYLLABUS FOR MALAYALAM (CODE: 012)
CLASS - X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Total 90 Marks
A) Reading Section:
No. of Periods
10 marks
16
14 marks
20
Reading Comprehension of an unseen prose passage
B) Writing Section:
1.
Essay Writing (topics related to social issues, family and school life)
2.
Letter writing (applications, letter to the editor of a Newspaper,
Commercial Correspondence)
C) Grammar Section:
18 marks
1.
Transformation of sentences (based on the text book) –
Active passive, simple compound and correction of sentences only.
2.
Vocabulary building
3.
Sandhi and Samas
20
While giving the knowledge of formal grammar, emphasis should be laid on its functional/applied aspect so as to promote good understanding of the language and to promote appropriate
linguistics skill.
D) Literature Section – Prose and Poetry:
48 marks
40
PRESCRIBED BOOK: KERALA PADAVALI MALAYALAM AND ADISTHANA PADAVALI MALAYALAM STD X
EDITION 2010, Published by Department of Education, Govt. of Kerala (SCERT) Lessons to be studied:
Prose: 1.
ARJUNA VISHADA YOGAM – KUTTIKRISHNA MARAR
2.
UTUPPANTE KINAR – KAAROOR
3.
KADALINTE VAKKATHU ORU VEEDU MADHAVIKUTTY
Poetry:4.
YATHRA MOZHI – KUMARANASAN
ENTE BHASHA – VALLATHOL (ADISTHANA PADAVALI)
5.
Non-detailed (Text Book) Chattambi Swamikal (Jeevithavam Sandheshavam) by –Rajan Thuuvara
Publishing current books- (Dec. 2014 Edition) Thrissur-680001 Kerala
Lessons to be studied: SAI-lessons 1 to 7
Formative Assessment (Project Work)
Concerned teachers are given freedom to choose/select the projects and assignments to be given to
the students as per the prescribed syllabus.
538
SYLLABUS FOR MALAYALAM (CODE: 012)
CLASS - X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs Total 90 Marks
No. of Periods
A)
Reading Section:
10 marks
16
14 marks
20
Reading Comprehension of an unseen prose passage
B) Writing Section:
1.
Essay Writing (topics related to social issues, family and school life)
2.
Letter writing (applications, letter to the editor of a Newspaper,
Commercial Correspondence)
C)
Grammar Section:
1.
Transformation of sentences (based on the text book) –
Active passive, simple compound and correction of sentences only.
2.
Vocabulary building
3.
Sandhi and Samas
18 marks
20
While giving the knowledge of formal grammar, emphasis should be laid on its functional/applied aspect so as to promote good understanding of the language and to promote appropriate
linguistics skill.
D)
Literature Section – Prose and Poetry:
48 marks
40
Prescribed book: ‘KERALA PADAVALI AND ADISTHANA PADAVALI STD X Edition 2010 published by Department of Education, Govt. of Kerala, SCERT
Lessons to be studied
Prose: 1.
AADU JEEVITHAM-BENYAMIN (ADISTHANA PADAVALI)
ENTHOKKAYO NASHTAPETTA ORAL – E HARIKUMAR (ADISHTHANA PADAVALI)
2.
Poetry:3.
ADUTHOON – AKKITHAM
4.
GANDHARI VILAPAM-EZHUTHACHAN (KERALA PADAVALI)
5.
ASSAM PANIKKAR – VAILOPPILLY (ADISTHANA PADAVALI)
Non-detailed (Text Book) Chattambi Swamikal (Jeevithavam Sandheshavam) by –Rajan Thuuvara
Publishing current books- (Dec. 2014 Edition) Thrissur-680001 Kerala
Lessons to be studied: SA II- 8 to 14
Formative Assessment (Project Work)
Concerned teachers are given freedom to choose/select the projects and assignments to be given to
the students as per the prescribed syllabus.
539
CLASS - X TERMWISE SYLLABUS
Lessons
Term - I
Prose
April to September
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30
1
ARJUNA VISHADA YOGAM
2
UTUPPANTE KINAR
3
KADALINTE VAKKATHU
4
ORU VEEDU
Aadu Jeevitham
5
ENTHOKKAYO NASHTAPETTA ORAAL

Term - II
October to March
FA
FA 4-10 SA II -30
3-10





Poem
1
YATHRA MOZHI
2
ENTE BHASHA
3
ADUTHOON
4
Gandhari Vilapam
5
ASSAM PANIKKAR
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30

FA
3-10



FA 4-10 SA II -30




Non Detailed
Chattambiswamikal




1st Term
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30
FA
3-10
2nd Term
FA 4-10 SA II -30
1
Lesson 1
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
2
”
2
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
3
”
3
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
4
”
4
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
5
”
5
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6
”
6

7
”
7

8
”
8
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
9
”
9
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
10
”
10


11
”
11


12
”
12


13
”
13
14
“

14
Grammar
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30
FA
3-10

FA 4-10 SA II -30
I
1
Transformation of sentences
Active/ passive voices






2
Correction of sentences






540
3
Simple/compound sentences






III
1
Vocabulary
Synomyms






2
Antonyms






3
Gender






4
Nanartham






5
Arthavyathyasam






III
Sandhi






IV
Samasam






I
Writing
Unseen prose


II
Essay


III
Letter writing


541
16. SYLLABUS FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Section - A Reading
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension: Three unseen passages based on Supplementary Reader
Composition:
Total Marks= 90
Weightage
3x5=15 marks
Section - B
1. Essay Writing
1x7=7
Writing
2. Letter Writing
1x5=5
3. Amplification
1x3=3
Total=15 marks
Phonology:
1. Vocal Organs
Section - C
Grammar
4x5=20 marks
2. Place of Articulation
3. Manner of Articulation
4. Vowel Classification
5. Consonants Classification
Prose:
Explanation
1. Meenungshi by Khwairakpam Chaoba Singh
2. Marupki Matou by B. Manisana Sharma Sastri
3. Ima Khullakpigi Nonggangheido by Khaidem Pramodini
Section - D
4. Ejjat by Keisam Priyokumar Singh
Literature
Poetry:
1. Mingchat Thiba by Hijam Anganghal Singh.
2. Naitom Taba Yatri by R.K. Jhaljit Singh.
2x5=10
Questions
2x2=04
2x3=06
Explanation
2x5=10
Questions
2x2=04
Total
2x3=06
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
Prose and Poetry
:
Manipuri Sahitya Nachom (Class IX) Pblished by Board of
Secondary Education, Manipur.
Supplementary Reader
:
Manipuri Tengbang Sahitya (Class IX)
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
Grammar
Anouba Manipuri Grammar
:
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
542
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
No. of
Type of
Questions
Section - A Comprehension: Three unseen passages
MCQ
Total Marks= 90
Marks
Questions
03
3x5=15
Reading
based on Supplementary Reader
Section - B Composition:
Writing
1. Essay Writing
LA
01
1x7=07
2. Letter Writing
LA
01
1x5=05
3. Amplification
LA
01
1x3=03
MCQ
04
4x5=20
Explanation
02
Explanation
Section - C Phonology:
Grammar
1. Vocal Organs
2. Place of Articulation
3. Manner of Articulation
4. Vowel Classification
5. Consonant Classification
Section - D Prose:
Literature
1. Meenungshi by Khwairakpam Chaoba
Singh
2. Marupki Matou by B. Manisana Sharma
Sastri
3. Ima Khullakpigi Nonggangheido by
Khaidem Pramodini
LA
2x5=10
04
Questions
Questions
SA
2x2=04
2x3=06
4. Ijjat by Keisam Priyokumar Singh
Poetry:
Explanation
1. Mingchat Thiba by Hijam Anganghal
02
LA
Singh.
Explanation
2x5=10
04
2. Naitom Taba Yatri by R.K. Jhaljit Singh.
Questions
SA
Questions
2x2=04
2x3=06
Total
90 Marks
543
SYLLABUS FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – IX SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Section - A
Reading
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension: Three unseen passages based on Supplementary
Total Marks= 90
Weightage
3x5=15 Marks
Reader
Composition:
Section - B
1. Essay Writing
1x7=7
Writing
2. Letter Writing
1x5=5
3. Amplification & Other sub-skills
1x3=3
Total=15 marks
Morphology:
1. Manipuri Vowel
Section - C
Grammar
4x5=20 Marks
2. Manipuri Consonant
3. Description of Manipuri Vowels
4. Description of Manipuri Consonants
5. Tone
6. Syllable
Prose:
1. Naosum Amaatadagi by Mangthoi Thaimei
2. Adhikar by Takhellambam Thoibi Devi
3. Sarkargi Charkari by Hijam Guno
Section - D
4. Upu Bakshi by G.C. Tongbra
Literature
5. Thoibido Warouhouida by M.K. Binodini
Poetry:
1. Ningkhaire by Khwairakpam Chaoba Singh
2. Lambel by R.K. Madhubir
Explanation
2x5=10
Questions
2x2=04
2x3=06
Explanation
2x5=10
Questions
3. Ningkhairaba Murti by Thangjam Ibopishak
Total
2x2=04
2x3=06
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books:
Pose and Poetry
:
Manipuri Sahitya Nachom (Class IX) Pblished by Board of
Secondary Education, Manipur.
Supplementary Reader
:
Manipuri Tengbang Sahitya (Class IX)
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
Grammar
Anouba Manipuri Grammar
:
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
544
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Total Marks= 90
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
MCQ
Questions
03
3x5=15
1. Essay Writing
LA
01
1x7=07
2. Letter Writing
LA
01
1x5=05
3. Amplification & Other Sub-skills
LA
01
1x3=03
MCQ
04
4x5=20
Explanation
02
Explanation
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Section - A Comprehension: Three unseen passages
Reading
based on Supplementary Reader
Section - B Composition:
Writing
Section - C Phonology:
Grammar
1. Manipuri Vowel
2. Manipuri Consonant
3. Description of Manipuri Vowels
4. Description of Manipuri Consonants
5. Tone
6. Syllable
Section - D Prose:
Literature
1. Naosum Amaatadagi by Mangthoi Thaimei
2. Adhikar by Takhellambam Thoibi Devi
3. Sarkargi Charkari by Hijam Guno
4. Upu Bakshi by G.C. Tongbra
5. Thoibido Warouhouida by M.K. Binodini
LA
2x5=10
04
Questions
Questions
SA
2x2=04
2x3=06
Poetry:
1. Ningkhaire by Khwairakpam Chaoba
Singh
2. Lambel by R.K. Madhubir
Explanation
02
LA
Explanation
2x5=10
04
3. Ningkhairaba Murti by Thangjam
Ibopishak
Questions
Questions
SA
2x2=04
2x3=06
Total
90 Marks
545
SYLLABUS FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Section - A Reading
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension: Three unseen passages based on Supplementary
Total Marks= 90
Weightage
3x5=15 Marks
Reader
Composition:
Section - B
1. Essay Writing
1x7=7
Writing
2. Letter Writing
1x5=5
3. Amplification or sub-skills
Phonology:
1x3=3
1. Definition of Diphthongs
Section - C
Grammar
4x5=20 Marks
2. Definition of Consonant Cluster
3. Manipuri Diphthongs
4. Manipuri Consonant Cluster
5. Free Variation
Prose:
Explanation
1. Meena Kari Haikhigadage by Kh. Chaoba
2. Khongnang Hogaibi by A. Minaketan Singh
Section - D
3. Berlin Wall Yenglubada by N. Kunjamohan Singh
Poetry:
Literature
1. Apokpa Mapugi Tungnapham by Naoria Phullo
2x5=10
Questions
4x3=12
Explanation
2x5=10
2. Maatri Tarpan by Elangbam Nilakanta
Questions
3. Phajabagi Mihutthongdagi by Rajkumar Surendrajit
4x2=8
90 Marks
Total
Prescribed Text Books:
Pose and Poetry
:
Manipuri Sahitya Nachom (Class IX) Pblished by Board of
Secondary Education, Manipur.
Supplementary Reader
:
Manipuri Tengbang Sahitya (Class IX)
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
Grammar
Anouba Manipuri Grammar
:
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
546
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
No. of
Type of
Questions
Section - A Comprehension: Three unseen passages
MCQ
Total Marks= 90
Marks
Questions
03
3x5=15
Reading
based on Supplementary Reader
Section - B Composition:
Writing
1. Essay Writing
LA
01
1x7=07
2. Letter Writing
LA
01
1x5=05
3. Amplification & Other Sub-skills
LA
01
1x3=03
MCQ
04
4x5=20
1. Meena Kari Haikhigadage by Kh. Chaoba
Explanation
02
Explanation
2. Khongnang Hogaibi by A. Minaketan
Singh
LA
Section - C Phonology:
Grammar
1. Definition of Diphthongs
2. Definition of Consonant Cluster
3. Manipuri Diphthongs
4. Manipuri Consonant Cluster
5. Free Variation
Section - D Prose:
Literature
3. Berlin Wall Yenglubada by N. Kunjamohan Singh
Questions
2x5=10
04
SA
Questions
4x3=12
Poetry:
1. Apokpa Mapugi Tungnapham by Naoria
Phullo
2. Maatri Tarpan by Elangbam Nilakanta
3. Phajabagi Mihutthongdagi by Rajkumar
Surendrajit
Total
Explanation
02
LA
Questions
SA
Explanation
2x5=10
04
Questions
4x2=8
90 Marks
547
SYLLABUS FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Section - A Reading
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension: Three unseen passages based on Supplementary Reader
Composition:
Total Marks= 90
Weightage
3x5=15 Marks
Section - B
1. Essay Writing
1x7=7
Writing
2. Letter Writing
1x5=5
3. Amplification or sub-skills (Notice; Descriptive article;
composition of story etc.)
1x3=3
Total = 15 Marks
Morphology:
1. Morpheme
Section - C
Grammar
4x5=20 Marks
2. Allomorph
3. Root and Affixes
4. Sentence type (Simple; complex & compound)
Prose:
1. Kalingga Lal Loibada Ashok by A.Nilbir Sharma Sastri
2. Imphal Turelgi Itamacha by M.K.Binodini
Section - D
3. Bir Tikendrajit Phaba by Meitram Bira Singh
Poetry:
Literature
1. Eigee Khunja by Laishram Samarendra
Explanation
2x5=10
Questions
4x3=12
Explanation
2x5=10
2. Dabi by Nongthombam Shree Biren
Questions
3. Konungga Keithelga by Yumlembam Ibomcha Singh
4x2=8
90 Marks
Total
Prescribed Text Books:
Pose and Poetry
:
Manipuri Sahitya Nachom (Class IX) Pblished by Board of
Secondary Education, Manipur.
Supplementary Reader
:
Manipuri Tengbang Sahitya (Class IX)
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
Grammar
Anouba Manipuri Grammar
:
Published by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
548
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MANIPURI (CODE: 011)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Details of Topics/Chapters
Section-A
No. of
Type of
Questions
Comprehension: Three unseen passages
MCQ
Total Marks= 90
Marks
Questions
03
3x5=15
Reading
based on Supplementary Reader
Section - B Composition:
Writing
1. Essay Writing
LA
01
1x7=07
2. Letter Writing
LA
01
1x5=05
3. Amplification & Other Sub-skills
LA
01
1x3=03
Total = 15
Section - C Morphology:
Grammar
1. Morpheme
MCQ
04
4x5=20
1. Kalingga Lal Loibada Ashok by A.Nilbir
Sharma Sastri
Explanation
02
Explanation
2. Imphal Turelgi Itamacha by M.K.Binodini
Questions
2. Allomorph
3. Root and Affixes
4. Sentence type (Simple; complex &
compound)
Section - D Prose:
Literature
3. Bir Tikendrajit Phaba by Meitram Bira
Singh
LA
2x5=10
04
SA
Questions
4x3=12
Poetry:
1. Eigee Khunja by Laishram Samarendra
Explanation
2. Dabi by Nongthombam Shree Biren
LA
3. Konungga Keithelga by Yumlembam
Questions
Ibomcha Singh
SA
Total
02
Explanation
2x5=10
04
Questions
4x2=8
90 Marks
549
17. MARATHI (CODE: 009)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE
CLASS–IX: I and II Term
April 2016 March 2017
Time: 3 Hrs
Total: Marks= 90
No. of Periods
The Question Paper will be divided into four Sections:
Section A: Reading Comprehension15 Marks16
Section B: Writing15 Marks20
Section C: Grammar20 Marks20
Section D: Literature40 Marks40
Design of Question Paper
S.
Typology of
Learning
Short
No.
Questions
Outcomes
Answer
Answer
and
Testing
MCQ and
10
Skills
VSA 1
Marks
Marks
Short Answers
Long
Marks
%
Marks
1.
2.
Remembering
*LSRW Skills
(Knowledge based
*Reasoning
simple recall
(L-Listening )
questions )
(S-Speaking )
Understanding
(R-Reading )
(Comprehension
(W-Writing )
2
3
5
2+8
5
-
1
-
25
28
2
2
2
-
-
12
13
3+9
4
1
-
-
23
25
3
3
-
-
15
17
familiar with
meaning and
3
understands)
Application
(Applicaton of
knowledge to new
example)
4
Inferential type
Higher Order
Thinking Skills
(HOTS) (Analyzing
and Evaluation)
550
5
Creative Writing
-
-
-
1
1
15
17
24
28
18
10
10
90
100%
(Formation and
Evaluation of a
judgment or
situation)
Total
Type of Questions
No. of
Marks
Total Marks
One mark questions(very short answer and MCQs)
Two marks short questions
Three marks short questions
Five marks long answer questions
Ten marks long answer questions
Total
Questions
17+7
14
6
2
1
-
1
2
3
5
10
-
24
28
18
10
10
90
Poetry
1. P 1 Santavani
15
a) Devavin Shoonya Mukh
b) Vitthal Vitthal Gajari
2. P 2 Thui Thui Dhara
3. P 3 Mansa Ajun Gau Shaktat
Supplementary Reader (Sthool Vaachan)
1. L 1 Vruksha Sambhar
10
2. L 2 Vyankatesh Madgulkar yanchi Chitrakala
551
SYLLABUS FOR MARATHI (CODE : 009)
CLASS-IX
FIRST TERM (April 2016 - September 2016)
Summative Assessment-I Marks Distribution
Weightage % No of Periods
(April 2016 - September 2016)
Topics
Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passage)
Writing Skills (Composition)
Grammar
Literature (Textbook)
Formative Assessment 1 and 2
Total
Marks
15
15
20
40
30%
16
20
20
40
20%
50%
Section
Details of Topics / Chapters
Section -A Comprehension: Two unseen passages of 150-200 word each. One
Weightage
Passage I-8
Reading
grammar based question is a must as given in examination strucPassage II-7
ture
Total=15 Marks
Section -B Composition: Essay writing about 150-200 words with the help of
10
given
points.
Writing
5
Dialogue Writing(Related with family topics)
Total=15 Marks
Section-C
Parts of speech
5
Grammar
Synonyms based on the text lessons.
5
Identification of Proyog (Kartari, Kanmani Bhave)
2
Transformation of sentences (based on Tenses)
3
Change of Gender (Ling)
1
Change of Number (Vachan)
2
Punctuation of sentences (Viram Chinhe)
1
Correction of errors (Vakya Shuddha Kara)
Section-D Prose:
1
Literature 1. L 2 Deshodeshiche Dnyaneshwer
15
2. L 3 Majhi Aai
3. L 4 Kumaranpudhil Karya
4. L 6 Mala Ghadawanare Shikshak
Value based questions of 4 marks from L-4
552
SYLLABUS FOR MARATHI (CODE : 009)
CLASS-IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Summative Assessment-I Marks Distribution
Weightage % No of Periods
(April 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Topics
Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passage)
Writing Skills (Composition)
Grammar
Literature (Textbook)
Formative Assessment 1 and 2
Total
Marks
15
15
20
40
30%
16
20
20
40
20%
50%
Section
Details of Topics / Chapters
Weightage
Section -A Comprehension: Two unseen passages of 150-200 words each. One
Passage I-8
Reading
Grammar based question is a must as given in examination strucPassage II-7
ture.
Total=15 Marks
Section -B Composition:
Writing
Story writing with the help of given points.
10
Letter writing (Official)
05
Section-C
Or Notice Writing
Total=15 Marks
5
Samas (Dvigu, Dvandwa-3 types, Madhyam Padalopi, Avyayeebhav)
Grammar
Synonyms (based on text lessons)
2
Antonyms (based on text lessons)
2
Punctuation
2
Correction of errors (Vakya Shuddha Kara)
2
One word for group of words
2
Phrases based on text lessons
5
Total=20 Marks
Section-D Prose:
Literature 1. L 7 Shiksha
15
2. L 8 Chori
3. L 11 Dar Gharache Sadaiva Bandh
4. L 13 Mujawar Gurujee
Value based questions of 4 marks from L-8
553
Poetry:
1. P 5 Aatmahatya Ha Paryay Nahi
15
2. P 6 Pani
3. P 7 Watewarti Kacha Ga
Supplementary Reader (Sthool Vaachan)
1. L 3 Maza Abhyas Maze Chhanda
10
2. L 4 Issrayal Darshan
Prescribed Text Book: Prose, Poetry
And Supplementary Reader (Sthool Vaachan) Marathi
Vachanpath, Class IX- Maharashtra Rajya Madhymik Va Uchha Madhymik Shikshan Mandal, Pune – 411
005(Edition -2012)
554
TERM WISE SYLLABUS
CLASS - IX (2016-2017)
Lessons
Term - I
Term - II
Prose
April to September
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30
October to March
FA
FA 4-10 SA II -30
3-10
1. Vachan Path –Prose
L 2 Deshodeshiche Dnyaneshwar


L 3 Majhi Aai


L 4 Kumarapudhi Karya


L 6 Mala Ghadawanare Shikshak


L 7 Shiksha


L 8 Chori


L 11 Dar Gharache Sadaiva Bandh


L 13 Mujawar Gurujee


2. Poetry
P 1 Santavani
a) Devavin Shoonya Mukh


b) Vitthal Vitthal Gajari


P 2 Thui Thui Dhara


P 3 Mansa Ajun Gau Shaktat


P 5 Aatmahatya Ha Paryay Nahi


P 6 Pani


P 7 Watewarti Kacha Ga


3. Supplementary Reader:
L 1 Vruksha Sambhar

L 2 Vyankatesh Madgulkar yanchi Chitrakala
L 3 Maza Abhyas Maze Chhanda
L 4 Issrayal Darshan
4. Writing Skills
Unseen Passage
Essay Writing(150-200 words with
guidlines)
Dialogue writing(Related with family
topics)
Story writing with the help of given
points







555










Letter writing (official) Or Notice
Writing
5. Grammar:

Parts of Speech


Synonyms based on the text lessons


Identification of ‘Prayog’ (Kartari,
Karmani, Bhave)
Transformation of Sentences (based
on tenses)
Change of Gender (Ling)


Change of Number (Vachan)


Punctuation of Sentences (Viram
Chinhe)
Correction of Errors(Vakya Shuddha
Kara)
Samas (Dvigu, Dvandwa -3 types,
Madhyam Padalopi, Avyayeebhav)
Synonyms (based on text lessons)
Antonyms(based on text lessons)
One word for group of words
Phrases based on text lessons
556























SYLLABUS FOR MARATHI (CODE: 009)
CLASS-X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Summative Assessment-I Marks Distribution
Weightage %
No of Periods
(April 2016 - September 2016)
Topics
Marks
Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passage)
Writing Skills (Composition)
Grammar
Literature (Textbook)
Formative Assessment 1 and 2
15
15
20
40
20%
Total
50%
Section
Section -A
Details of Topics / Chapters
Unseen Passage -1 (150 -200 words)
Reading
Unseen Passage -1 (100 – 150 words)
Section -B
Writing
30%
16
20
20
40
Composition: Story writing with the help of given points.
Dialogue Writing
Weightage
Passage I – 8
Passage II -7
Total=15 Marks
10
5
Total=15 Marks
Section-C
Part of Speech
7
Grammar
Vakya Rupantar (Prashnarthi, Vidhanarthi, Udgararthi, Aadnyarthi)
2
Tenses – 3 types
3
Change of Gender (Ling)
2
Change of Number (Vachan)
2
Synonyms(Based on text lessons)
2
Antonyms(Based on text lessons)
2
Total=20 Marks
Section-D
Proses:
Literature
1. L -1 Samvad, Visamvad
15
2. L -2 Shasvat Shikshan Sampatti
3. L -3 Apurva Bhet
557
4. L -4 Mastar Aani Mi
5. L -5 Himalay
6. L -6 Parivartanache Utsav
Poetry:
1. P -1 Sant Wani
15
2. P -2 Jithe Rabati Hat
3. P -3 Majhya Ghartyat
Supplementary Reader (Sthool Vaachan)
1. L -1 Natwandas Patr
10
2. L -2 Prati Sarkar
(Value based question of 4 marks on lessons from Sthool Vachan)
Total
558
Total=40 Marks
90 Marks
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MARATHI (CODE: 009)
CLASS –X
First Term (April 2016 – September 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Topic
Reading
A
Comprehension
Type of Questions
MCQ
No. of
Questions
1
D
1×1=1
8
V.S.A.
1
1×1=1
Passage – 1
S.A.
2
2×3=6
Passage - 2
MCQ
1
1×1=1
S.A.
1
1×2=2
S.A.
1
1×3=3
Writing Skills
L.A.
1
1
1×10=10
(Composition)
Grammar
L.A.
1
1×5=5
Part of Speech
V.S.A.
7
7×1=7
Vakya Rupantar
V.S.A.
2
2×1=2
Kal(Tenses)
V.S.A.
3
3×1=3
Change of Gender
V.S.A.
(4)2
4×1/2=2
Change of Number
V.S.A.
(4)2
4×1/2=2
Synonyms
V.S.A.
(4)2
4×1/2=2
Antonyms
Literature (Text – book)
V.S.A.
(4)2
4×1/2=2
L.A.
1
1×4=4
context)
2
2×4=8
L.A.
1
1×1=1
MCQ
2
2×1=2
Prose:
(Reference to
V.S.A.
559
7
1×1=1
V.S.A.
C
Marks
(Grammar based)
(Grammar based)
B
Total Marks= 90
15
20
15
L.A.
Poetry :
Supplementary Reader
1
1×4=4
(Reference to
15
context)
2
2×4=8
L.A.
1
1×1=1
MCQ
2
2×1=2
V.S.A.
L.A.
1
1×4=4
(Value based)
2
2×3=6
S.A.
560
10
SYLLABUS FOR MARATHI (CODE: 009)
CLASS-X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Summative Assessment-I Marks Distribution
Weightage %
No of Periods
(October 2016 - March 2017)
Topics
Marks
Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passage)
Writing Skills (Composition)
Grammar
Literature (Textbook)
Formative Assessment 3 and 4
15
15
20
40
30%
16
20
20
40
20%
Total
50%
Section
Section -A
Details of Topics / Chapters
Unseen Passage -1(150-200 words)
Weightage
Passage I-8
Reading
Unseen Passage -1(100-150 words)
Passage II-7
Total = 15 Marks
Section -B
Composition:
Writing
Essay Writing
10
Letter Writing (Complaint Letter, Demand Draft)
5
Total= 15 Marks
Section-C
Part of Speech
5
Grammar
Prayog (Kartari,Karmani,Bhagve)
3
Tenses-3 types
3
Change of Gender (Ling)
2
Change of Number(Vachan)
2
Synonyms (Based on text lessons)
1
Antonyms(Based on text lessons)
1
Use of proper phrases in sentences
2
Writing correct words according to writing rules.
1
Total = 20 Marks
Section-D
Prose:
Literature
1. L
7 Varul
2. L
8 Urusache Diwas
3. L
9 Manuskicha Zara
15
4. L 10 Nisarga Vedh
561
5. L 11 Babuji
6. L 12 Kay Rav Pustak Rav
Poetry:
1. P 4 Pralaya
2. P 5 Gav
15
3. P 6 Aapan Dharniga
4. P 7 Ekatwache Git Mahan
Supplementary Reader (Sthool Vaachan)
1. L 3 Gawachi Sanskriti he gavache Vyaktimatwa
10
2. L 4 Mulanche Swapna
(Value based question of 4 marks on Lessons from Sthool
Vachan)
Total
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Book: Prose, Poetry and Supplementary Reader (Sthool Vaachan), Marathi
Vachanpath (Dwitiya Bhasha), Class –X –Maharashtra Rajya Madhymik Va Uchha Madhymik shikshan
Mandal, Pune -411 005 (Edition 2013)
562
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MARATHI (CODE: 009)
Class – X
Second Term (October 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Topic
Type of Questions
Reading
A
MCQ
Comprehension
No. of
Questions
1
Total Marks= 90
Marks
1×1=1
8
(Grammar based)
1
1×1=1
V.S.A.
2
2×3=6
S.A.
1
1×1=1
1
1×1=1
(Grammar based)
1
1×2=2
V.S.A.
1
1×3=3
L.A.
1
1×10=10
L.A.
1
1×5=5
Part of Speech
V.S.A.
5
5×1=5
Prayog
V.S.A.
3
3×1=3
Kal(Tenses)
V.S.A.
3
3×1=3
Change of Gender
V.S.A.
(4)2
4×1/2=2
Change of Number
V.S.A.
(4)2
4×1/2=2
Synonyms
V.S.A.
(2)1
2×1/2=1
Antonyms
V.S.A.
(2)1
2×1/2=1
V.S.A.
2
2×1=2
V.S.A.
1
1×1=1
Passage – 1
Passage - 2
7
MCQ
S.A.
S.A.
B
Writing Skills
(Composition)
Essay Writing
Letter Writing
15
Grammar
C
Use Proper Phrases in
sentences.
Writing correct words
according
rules.
to
writing
(Shuddhalekhnache
Niyam)
563
20
Literature
D
Prose:
L.A.
1
1×4=4
context)
2
2×4=8
L.A.
1
1×1=1
MCQ
2
2×1=2
V.S.A.
L.A.
1
1×4=4
15
(Reference to
Poetry :
(Reference to
Supplementary Reader
15
context)
2
2×4=8
L.A.
1
1×1=1
MCQ
2
2×1=2
V.S.A.
L.A.
1
1×4=4
(Value based)
S.A.
564
10
2
2×3=6
SYLLABUS FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – MARATHI
(CODE:009)
CLASS - X (2016-2017)
Lessons
Term - I
Term - II
Prose
April to September
FA 1-10 FA 2-10 SA I-30
October to March
FA
FA 4-10 SA II 3-10
30
1
Samvad,Visamvad


2


3
Shasvat Shikshan Sampatti
Apurva Bhet
4



Mastar Aani Mi


5
Himalay


6
Parivartnache Utsav
7
Varul


8


9
Urusache Diwas
Manuskicha Zara


10
Nisarga Vedh


11


12
Babuji
Kay Rav Pustak Rav
Poetry Section


1
Santavani


2
Jithe Rabati Hat


3
Majhya Ghartyat
4
5
6
7
Pralaya
Gav
Aapan Dharniga
Ekatwache Git Mahan
Rapid Reading(Sthul Vachan)
1
Natwandas Patr
2
Prati Sarkar
3
4
Gawachi Sankriti he
Gavache Vyaktimatwa
5
Mulanche Swapna
Writing Section
1
2
Comprehension
Story Writing
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4
5
Essay Writing
Letter Writing (Complaint, Demand)
Grammar Section
1
2
Part of Speech
Vakya Rupantar
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Prayog
Tenses – 3 types
Change of Gander (Ling)
Change of Number (Vachan)
Synonyms (based on text lessons)
Antonyms(based on text lessons)
Use of Proper phrases in sentences
Writing correct words according to
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18. SYLLABUS FOR MIZO - CODE: 098
CLASS – IX
First Term (April 2016 – September 2016)
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Parts of speech:
Grammar
Section - B
(Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Adjective)
1. Essay Writing
Composition
Section - C
2. Translation from English to Mizo
1. Ka dam lai thlipui - Patea
Poetry
2. Lei mite hun bi - Rokunga
Weightage
20
15
27
3. Aia Upate Zah Thiamin - Liandala
Section - D
4. Lenkawl Engin Tlang Dum Dur - Aithulha
1. Zan - James Dokhuma
Prose
2. Huaina - R.H.Rokunga
28
3. Mi thiam - C. Vanlallawma
4. Dawhtheihna - R.L.Thanmawia
Prescribed Text Books: Text book for Class IX - Tiau published by Expert committee on Mizo
language (CBSE).
(Revised Edition 2016).
567
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MIZO (CODE: 098)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016) - S.A. - I
SECTION
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
CHAPTERS
SECTION-A
Parts of speech
GRAMMAR
(Noun, Pronoun, Verb,
Adjective)
Section - B
Essay WritingTranslation From
English to Mizo
Composition
Section - C
Poetry
Section - D
Prose:
Explanation of the verse
Substance Writing
Reference to the context
General question on the poem
Explanation of the text passage
General question on the text
Short questions (words &
phrases)
based on the text
Total
568
TYPE OF
QUESTIONS
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
MARKS
S.A.
V.S.A/M.C.Q
5
10
L.A.
L.A.
1
1
S.A
L.A.
L.A.
V.S.A./M.C.Q
2
1
2
8
L.A.
S.A.
M.C.Q
1
5
4
5X2=10
10x1=10
Total = 20
1x10=10
1X5=5
Total = 15
2X3=6
1X5=5
2x4=8
8x1=8
Total = 27
5X1=5
5x3=15
4x1=4
V.S.A.
4
4x1=4
Total = 28
90 Marks
SYLLABUS FOR MIZO (CODE: 098)
CLASS – IX
Second Term (October 2016 – March 2016)
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Parts of speech:
Grammar
Section - B
(Adverb, Proposition, Conjunction, Interjection)
Short Story Writing
Composition
Section - C
Poetry
Weightage
20
15
Letter Writing - Personal, Formal and Informal
1. Lal Isua Thian Duhawm - T.Romama
2. Kan Dam Chhung Ni - P.S. Chawngthu
28
3. Khuavel ila Chhing Ngei Ang - V. Thangzama
4. Sekibuhchhuak - Zirasangzela
5. Vau Thla - Lalsangzuali Sailo
Section - D
Prose
6. Kar a Bla - Lalhmingthanga
1. Mihring dikna leh chanvo - Dr. C.Lalhmanmawia
2. Kut Hnathawh Hlutzia - J. F. Laldailova
27
3. Lehkha Ziak Leh Chhiar - Laltluangliana Khiangte
4. Nungchate Leh Zofate - B. Lalthangtliana
5. Hnam Inpumkhatna - Dohmingthanga
6. Mi Retheite Nu - R. Lalrawna
Total
90
Prescribed Text Books: Text book for Class IX - Tiau published by Expert committee on Mizo
language (CBSE).
(Revised Edition 2015)
569
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MIZO (CODE: 098)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017) - S.A. - II
SECTION
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
CHAPTERS
TYPE OF
QUESTIONS
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
MARKS
SECTION-A
Parts of speech : (Adverbs,
Postposition,
Conjunction,
Interjection)
L.A.
S.A.
V.S.A/M.C.Q
1
2
10
Short
Story
WritingLetter
Writing- Personal, formal &
informal
L.A.
VSA.
1
5
Reference to the context
Substance Writing
General question on the Poem
L.A
LA
V.S.A.
SA
2
1
4
3
1x4=4
3X2=6
1X10=10
Total = 20
1X10=10
1X5=5
Total = 15
2x5=10
1X5=5
4X1=4
3X3=9
Total = 28
1X5=5
5x3=15
7X1=7
GRAMMAR
Section - B
Composition
Section - C
Poetry
Section - D
Prose:
Summary of the Story
L.A.
General question on the text
S.A.
Short questions (words & M.C.Q./V.S.A
phrases)
based on the text
Total
570
1
5
7
Total = 27
90 Marks
SYLLABUS FOR MIZO (CODE: 098)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Section - A
a) Punctuation
Grammar
Section - B
b) Mizo tawng hman dan dik lo thenkhat- Rozama Chawngthu
Essay Writing
Composition
Section - C
Poetry
Details of Topics/Chapters
Weightage
20
15
Précis Writing of unseen passage
1. Ka Tan Ni Leh Thla - Taivela
2. An Va Hlu Em Thilnung Tinreng - Chali
28
3. Siamtu Pathian Tan - P.S. Chawngthu
Section - D
Prose
4. Awn Khawhar Lenkawl - Varkhama
1. Hun Hi - Siamkima
2. Chantawka Lungawi - Lalzuia Colney
27
3. Besiseina - P.L. Liandinga
4. In Chhung Chakzia - H.K. Bawichhuaka
Total
Prescribed Text Books: Tlawng published by expert committee on Mizo language (CBSE).
(Revised Edition 2015)
571
90
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MIZO (CODE: 098)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016) - S.A. - I
SECTION
SECTION-A
GRAMMAR
Section - B
Composition
Section - C
Poetry
Section - D
Prose:
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
CHAPTERS
a) Punctuation
b) Mizo tawng hman dan dik lo
thenkhat- Rozama Chawngthu
TYPE OF
QUESTIONS
M.C.Q/V.S.A
S.A.
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
10
5
Essay Writing
General question on the Poem
L.A.
S.A.
1
3
Reference to the context
L.A.
2
Substance Writing
General question on the Poem
L.A.
S.A.
M.C.Q/V.S.A
1
3
5
Explanation of the text passage
L.A.
2
S.A.
M.C.Q
5
5
General question on the text
Short questions (words &
phrases)
based on the text
MARKS
10x1=10
5x2=10
Total = 20
1x10=10
3X3=9
Total = 15
2X4=8
1X5=5
3X3=9
5X1=5
Total = 27
4x2=8
5X3=15
5X1=5
Total = 28
90 Marks
Total
572
SYLLABUS FOR MIZO (CODE: 098)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2016)
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Explanation and uses of Phrases and Idioms:
Weightage
Grammar
a) Tehkhinna lam thu
Section - B
b) Thu Chi Hrang Hrang
Dialoque Writing
Composition
Section - C
Vocabulary Enrichment from other languages
1. Chunnemi - Rokunga
15
Poetry
2. Ram Hmangaihna Hla - R.L. Kamalala
29
20
3. Thlangtiang Thlifim - V. Thangzama
4. Zirtu Kawng - Selet Thanga
5. Zo Bawmtu chhawkhlei - H. Lalkinga
Section - D
6. Lungrukah Min Vei Ve La - Zikpuii Pa
1. Lentu Zing Riai - Lalsangzuali Sailo
Prose
2. Nun Kawng - R.L. Thanmawia
26
3. Mizo Hlui Leh Mizo Thar - Vanneihtluanga
4. Zoram Indopui II - C. Chhuanvawra
5. Nihna - Darchhawna
Total
Prescribed Text Books: Tlawng published by expert committee on Mizo language (CBSE).
(Revised Edition 2012)
573
90
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR MIZO - CODE 098
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017) - S.A. - II
SECTION
SECTION-A
GRAMMAR
Section - B
Composition
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
TYPE OF
CHAPTERS
QUESTIONS
1. Explanation & Uses of Phrases M.C.Q./V.S.A.
and Idioms
2. Punctuations
M.C.Q./V.S.A.
M.C.Q./ V.S.A
3. Mood
Dialoque Writing
Vocabulary Enrichment
other languages
from
Explaination of the verse
Section - C
Poetry
Section - D
Prose:
L.A.
V.S.A.
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
10
5
5
1
5
M.C.Q./ V.S.A
5
Reference to the context
Substance Writing
General question on the Poem
L.A.
L.A.
S.A.
1
1
5
Explanation of the text passage
S.A.
6
General question on the text
L.A.
Short questions (words & M.C.Q./V.S.A
phrases)
based on the text
Total
574
1
3
MARKS
10x1=10
5x1=5
5x1=5
Total = 20
1X10=10
1X5=5
Total = 15
5X1=5
1X5=5
1X4=4
5X3=15
Total = 29
6x3=18
1X5=5
3X1=3
Total = 26
90 Marks
19. NEPALI (CODE: 024)
Syllabus for Summative Assessment - I
CLASS-IX
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
Time Allowed 3 hours
A.
Max. Marks 90
Reading Section: Adrista wa apathit gadhya ya padhyansha padera sodhiyeka
prashnaharuka utter lekhney: (Unseen passage) - Books not prescribed:
10 marks
B(i)
10 marks
Writing Section: (Nibandha Lekhan (Essay Writing)
Vishayavastuharu Jastai: Paryawaran, samajik ghatnaharu, khel-kud, naitikta aadi.
Book: Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaan ra Rachana, Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
(ii) Translation: (English to Nepali)
5 marks
C.
Applied Grammar:21 marks
Book: Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaan ra Rachana, Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
(i)
Varna Vichar : varnaka bhed, uchaaran ra maatraa.
(ii) Naamka Rupaantar, linga, vachan, karak ra vibhakti.
D.
Literature Section : Book: 'Sahitya Sudha' Published by Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
(i)
Prose: (Chapters to be studied)
16 marks
a)Lahuri Bhainsi - Ramesh Vikal
b)Frontier - Shiva Kumar Rai
c)Jay vijay - Purna Rai
(ii) Poetry:12 marks
Book: 'Sahitya Sudha' Published by Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim. (Poems to be studied)
a)Haat - Balkrishna Sam
b)Sahitik Holi - Tulshi 'Apatan'
c)Navayuwak - Mahadav Prasad Ghimiray
(iii) Rapid Reader12 marks
Book: 'Katha Bimba ' Published by Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok, Sikkim. (Stories to be studied)
a)Disa Bodh - Dhan `Nirdosh'
b)Dolakhey Daiko Natilay Chhakkai Paryo - K.S. Ranapaheli
c)Teej - Laxmi Prasad Deokota
(Both short and essay type of questions will be asked)
(iv) Prativa Parichaya (Introduction of writers & poets)
(Published by Janapakshya Prakashan, gangtok Sikkim.
a)Shiva Kumar Rai
b)Dr. Ghanashyam Nepal
575
04 marks
Syllabus for Summative Assessment - II
CLASS-IX
Second Term (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time Allowed 3 hours
A.
Max. Marks 90
Reading Section: Adrista wa apathit gadhya ya padhyansha padera sodhiyeka
prashnaharuka utter lekhney: (Unseen passage) -Books not prescribed.
10 marks
B.(i)
10 marks
Writing Section: Patra Lekhan (Letter Writing)
Gharelu visayaharumathi, saathilai wa sathiharubata patra vyawahar, Chhuttika nimti nivedan
patra,sulk maafika nimti nivedan tatha aarthik sahayogka nimti nivedan sathai ananya sahayog
sambandhi nibedan patra. Reference Book: Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaan ra Rachana, Janapakshya
Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
(ii) C.
Translation: (English to Nepali)
5 marks
Applied Grammer: Book: Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaan ra Rachana, Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim
21 marks
a)Sandhi Prakaran: Swar, vyanjan ra visarga sandi, Sandhi ra Samasma bhed
b)Sabda Rachana: Upasarga, Pratyaya - Kridanta ra Tadhitanta.
c)Abyay ra Nipat
D.
Literature Section: 'Sahitya Sudha' Published by-Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok, Sikkim
(i)
Prose:16 marks.
(a) Chhitthi - Badri Nath Bhattarai
(b) Bhukampa ra Jwalamukhi - Rajnarayan Pradhan
(c) Viyog - Mon Bahadur Mukhiya
(ii) Poetry:12 marks
Poems to be studied:
(a) Yeo jindagi khoi k jindagi - Haribhakta Katuwal
(b) Janma Bhumi - Dr. Lakhi Devi Sundas
(c) Garib - Laxmi Prasad Deokota
(iii) Rapid Reader: Katha (Stories)12 marks
'Katha Bimba' Published by-Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
Stories to be studied:
(a) Sasto Ragat - Lil Bahadur Chhetri
(b) Aunthi - Achha Rai 'Rasik'
(c) Shatru - Bisweswar Pasad Koirala
(Both short and essay type of questions will be asked from the prescribed text materials)
(iv) Prativa Parichaya (Introduction of Writers and Poets:
(a) Man Bahadur Mukhiya
(b) Tulsi 'Apatan'
576
04 marks
Syllabus for Summative Assessment - I
CLASS-X
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
Time Allowed 3 hours
Max. Marks 90
A.
Reading Section: Adrista wa apathit gadhya ya padhyansha padera sodhiyeka
prashnaharuka utter lekhney: (Unseen passage)
10 marks
B.(i) Writing Section: (Nibandha Lekhan (Essay Writing)
10 marks
Vishayavastuharu Jastai: Paryawaran, samajik ghatnaharu, khel-kud, naitikta aadi.
Book: Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaan ra Rachana, Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok
(ii)
Translation: (English to Nepali)5 marks
C.
Applied Grammar:21 marks
Reference: Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaan ra Rachana, Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
(a) Kaarak ra Vibhakti
(b) Samas
(c) Vagdhara Ukhan ra Tukka
(d) Suddha suddhi vimarsha
D.
Literature Section :Reference Book :Sahitya Sudha' Published by Janapaksha Prakashan, Gangtok,
Sikkim.
(i)
Gadhya (Prose):16 marks
Chapters to be studied :
(a) Paralko aago - Guru Prasad Mainali
(b) Sojha - Hridyachandra Singh Pradhan
(c) Eklai sahinli Aandhi ra vehrisanga - Ashit Rai
(ii) Padhya (Poetry)12 marks
(a) Aakashko Tara ke Tara - Hari Bhakta Katuwal
(b) Ish padchhu tero kavita - Dr. Rajendra Bhandari
(c) Sahidko samjhanama - Bhupi Sherchan
(iii) Katha (Stories) - Rapid Reader12 marks
(Reference book -'Katha Vimba' Published by Janapakshya Prakashan,Gangtok,Sikkim.
(a) Aitey Pilot - Indra Sundas
(b) Paribanda - Puskar Samsher
(iv) Prativa Parichaya: (Introduction of Writers & Poets)
Published by Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
(a) Laxmi Prasad Deokota
(b) Indra Sundas
577
04 marks
Syllabus for Summative Assessment - II
CLASS-X
Second Term (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time Allowed 3 hours
A.
Max. Marks 90
Reading Section: Adrista wa apathit gadhya ya padhyansha padera sodhiyeka
prashnaharuka utter lekhney: (Unseen passage) -Books not prescribed.
10 marks
B.
10 marks
(i)
Writing Section: Patra Lekhan (Letter Writing)
Gharelu visayaharumathi, saathilai wa sathiharubata patra vyawahar, Chhuttika nimti nivedan
patra,sulk maafika nimti nivedan tatha aarthik sahayogka nimti nivedan sathai ananya sahayog
sambandhi nibedan patra. Reference Book: Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaan ra Rachana, Janapakshya
Prakashan, Gangtok Sikkim.
(ii) Translation: (English to Nepali)5 marks
C.
Applied Grammar: Reference Book - Madhyamik Nepali Vyakaran ra Rachana.
(Published by Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok, Sikkim.)
(i)
21 marks
Vividh Sabda: Bhinnarthak sabda, Paryayvachi sabda, Saar sabda, viparitarthak sabda ra
anekarthak sabda
(ii) Vakya Vivechana : Vakya parivartan, vakya nirmanka vibhinna vidha, vakya rupantar, ukti
parivartan ra kehi suddha- asuddha vakya.
D.
Literature Section: '
(i)
Gadhya (Prose):16 marks
(a) Raatbhari Huri Chalyo - Indra Bahadur Rai
(b) Dr. Nano - G.B.Niroula & Deoraj Sharma
(c) Mon - Dhruba Lohagan
(ii) Padhya (Poetry)12 marks
(a) Satya Sandesh - Lekhnath Poudyal
(b) Yaatri - Laxmi Prasad Deokota
(c) Chhorolai - Agam Singh Giri
(Section D - Reference Book: 'Sahitya Sudha' Published by Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok
Sikkim)
(iii) Katha (Stories)12 marks
(a) Prayaschit - Khiroda Khadka
(b) Totalako Phul - Matilda Rai
(b) Hawaldar - Mahananda Poudyal
(Reference Book :'Katha Vimba' published by Janapakshya Prakashan, Gangtok,Sikkim)
(iv) Prativa Parichaya :(Introduction of writers & Poets)
(a) Indra Bahadur Rai
(b) Hari Bhakta Katuwal
578
04 marks
20. ODIA (CODE: 013)
SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATION STRUCTURE
CLASS – IX
First Term (April 2016 – September 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
Section B
:Writing
15 Marks
Section C
:Grammar
15 Marks
Section D
:Literature
50 Marks
SECTION
SECTION-A
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
CHAPTERS
Comprehension of an unseen
GRAMMAR
Section - B
prose passage (120 to 150 words)
Essay Writing (Contemporary
TYPE OF QUESTIONS
Short Answer Type
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
05
MARKS
5x2=10
Questions
Long Ans. Type
01
1x10=10
Short Ans. Type
01
1x5=05
05
5x1=05
05
5x1=05
05
5x1=05
01
1x8=08
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
01
1x7=07
Composition Issues)
Application (Official)
Grammar:
Section - C
(i) Sandhi (Swara, Byanjana,
Poetry
Bisarga)
V.S.A
(ii) Samasa (Tatpurusa,
Dwandwa, Dwingu)
(iii) Krudanta
Prose:
Section - D
(8) Jatiya Jibana
Prose:
(9) Sabhyata O Bigyana
(10) Bamanara Hata O Akashara
Chandra
Poetry:
(1) Kaha Mukha Anai Banchibi
(2) Padma
(3) He Mora Kalama
Long Ans. Type Ques.
from Prose chapter (8,
9, 10) [one out of two]
Short Ans. Type Question
(Explanation) from Prose
(8, 9, 10) with internal
choice.
Questions from Prose
-Chapter (8, 9, 10)
containing five V.S Type
Ques. [three out of five].
Questions containing
four M.C.Qs from Prose
Chapter (8, 9, 10)
579
(4) Manisa Bhai
Long Ans. Type Ques.
from Poetry (Chapter) (1,
2, 3, 4) [one out of two]
Short Ans. Type Ques.
from Poetry (Explanation)
Chapter (1, 2, 3, 4) with
Non-detailed
Short Story:
(15) Budha Sankhari
(16) Pataka Uttolana
(18) One-Act-Play: Data Behera
internal choice Questions
from Poetry –Chapter (1,
2, 3, 4) containing five
V.S. Type Ques. (three
out of five) Questions
containing four M.C.Qs
from Poetry Chapter
(1,2, 3, 4) Question from
Non-detailed (One out of
three) Chapter- (15, 16 &
18) including Value Based
Ques.
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
01
1x5=05
41 Qs.
90 Marks
Prescribed Books:
(i)
Sahitya Dhara (Class-IX)-2012 (1st Edition) Published by Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
(ii) Madhyamika Byakarana (Class IX) – 2012 (1st Edition)
Published by – Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
Summative - I (April 2016 - September 2016)
1.
Comprehension of an Unseen Prose Passage (120 to 150 words)
10 Marks
2.
Essay Writing (Contemporary issues)15 Marks
3.
Application Writing (Official)
4.
Grammar
(i)
Sandhi (Swara, Byanjana, Bisarga)
(ii) Samasa (Tatpurusa, Dwandwa, Dwigu)
15 Marks
(iii) Krudanta
Literature:50 Marks
5.
Prose -
(8) Jatiya Jibana
(9) Sikshya O Shasana
(10) Bamanara Hata O Akashara Chandra
6.
(1) Kaha Mukha Anai Banchibi
Poetry -
(2) Padma
(3) He Mora Kalama
(4) Manisa Bhai
7.
Non-Detailed Study:
(15) Budha Sankhari
(16) Pataka Uttolana
(17) Dala Behera (One-Act-Play)
580
ODIA SYLLABUS EXAMINATION STRUCTURE
Summative Assessment - II
Class – IX
Second Terms (October 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
Section B
:Writing
15 Marks
Section C
:Grammar
15 Marks
Section D
:Literature
50 Marks
SECTION
SECTION-A
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
CHAPTERS
Comprehension of an unseen
GRAMMAR
Section - B
prose passage (120 to 150 words)
Essay Writing (Contemporary
TYPE OF QUESTIONS
Short Answer Type
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
05
MARKS
5x2=10
Questions
Long Ans. Type
01
1x10=10
Short Ans. Type
01
1x5=05
05
5x1=05
05
5x1=05
05
5x1=05
01
1x8=8
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
01
1x7=07
Composition Issues)
Application (Official)
Grammar:
Section - C
(i) Samasa (Karmadharaya,
Poetry
Bahubrihi, Abyayibhaba)
V.S.A
(ii) Upasarga
(iii) Taddhita
Prose:
Long Ans. Type Ques.
Section - D
(11) Prakruta Bandhu
From Prose chapter (11,
Prose:
(12) Samuha Drusti
12, 13) [one out of two]
(13) Shakti O Gyana
Short Ans. Type Question
(14) Odia Sahitya Katha
(Explanation) from Prose
(11, 12, 13) with internal
Poetry:
(5) Gopa Prayana
(6) Paika Badhura Udbodhana
(7) Matira Manisa
choice. Questions from
Prose -Chapter (11, 12,
13 and 14) containing five
V.S Type Ques. [three out
of five].
Questions containing four
M.C.Qs from Prose
Chapter (11, 12, 13 and
14) Long Ans. Type Ques.
from Poetry (Chapter) (5,
6 and 7) [one out of two]
581
(7) Matira Manisa
Short Ans. Type Ques.
from Poetry (Explanation)
Non-detailed
Chapter (5, 6 and 7) with
Short Story:
internal choice Questions
from Poetry – Chapter (5,
6 and 7) containing five
V.S. Type Ques. (three
out of five) Questions
containing four M.C.Qs
from Poetry Chapter (5, 6
and 7)
(17) Dimiri Phula
(19) One-Act-Play: Dura Pahada
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
01
1x5=05
41 Qs.
90 Marks
Question from Nondetailed (One out of
three) Chapter-(17, & 19)
including Value Based
Ques.
Summative - II (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
1.
Comprehension of an Unseen Prose Passage (within 120 to 150 words)
10 Marks
2.
Essay Writing (Contemporary issues)15 Marks
3.
Application Writing (Official)
4.
Grammar
(i)
Samasa (Karmadharaya, Bahubrihi, Abyayibhaba)
15 Marks
(ii) Upasarga
(iii) Taddhita
Literature:50 Marks
5. Prose -
(11) Prakruta Bandhu
(12) Samuha Drusti
(13) Shakti O Gyana
(14) Odia Sahitya Katha
6.
Poetry -
(5) Gopa Prayana
(6) Paika Badhura Udbodhana
(7) Matira Manisa
7. Non-Detailed Study:
(17) Short Story
-
Dimiri Phula
(19) One-Act-Play -
Dura Pahada
582
ODIA SYLLABUS EXAMINATION STRUCTURE
Summative Assessment - I
Class – X
First Term (April 2016 – September 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
Section B
:Writing
15 Marks
Section C
:Grammar
15 Marks
Section D
:Literature
50 Marks
SECTION
SECTION-A
GRAMMAR
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
CHAPTERS
Comprehension of an unseen
prose
TYPE OF QUESTIONS
Short Answer Type
Long Ans. Type
Poetry
(simple, complex, compound)
5x2=10
01
1x10=10
1x5=05
any Newspaper) [one out of two]
Grammar:
(i) Transformation of sentences.
MARKS
Questions
passage (120 to 150 words)
Section - B
Essay Writing (Reflective) [one
Composition out of three]
Letter Writing (To the Editor of
Section - C
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
05
Short Ans. Type
01
V.S.A
05
5x1=05
05
5x1=05
05
5x1=05
01
1x08=08
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
[five out of seven]
(ii) Correction of Common Errors
in words. [five out of seven]
(iii) Idioms & Phrases [five out of
seven]
Prose:
Section - D
(7) Janmabhumi
(8) Sabhyata O Bigyana
Long Ans. Type Ques.
From Prose chapter
(7, 8) [one out of two]
Short Ans. Type Question
(Explanation) from Prose
(7, 8) [one out of two]
Questions from Prose Chapter (7, 8) V.S Type
Ques. [three out of five].
Questions containing
four M.C.Qs from Prose
Chapter (7, 8)
583
Poetry:
Long Ans. Type Ques.
From Poetry Chapter (1,
2, 3) (one out of two)
Short Ans. Type Ques.
from Poetry (Explanation)
chapter (1, 2, 3) [one out
of two] Questions from
Poetry Chapter (1, 2, 3)
V.S Type Ques. [three out
(1) Managobindanka Mahanata
(2) Raghabanka Lanka
Jatranukula.
(3) Chilikare Sayantana
Non-detailed
of five] Questions
containing four M.C.Qs
from Poetry Chapter (1,
2, 3) Short Ans. Type
Ques. from Non-detailed
(One out of three)
Chapter- (12 and 15).
Short Story:
(12) Kalijugara Samapti Ebang
Mishrababu
One Act Play:
(15) Sura Sundari
01
1x7=07
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
01
1x5=05
41 Qs.
90 Marks
[including Value Based
Ques.]
Total
Prescribed Books:
(i)
Sahitya Dhara (Class-X)-2013 (1st Edition) Published by Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
(ii) Madhya Mika Byakarana (Class X) - 2013 Published by – Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
Summative - I (April 2016 - September 2016)
1.
Comprehension of an Unseen Prose Passage (within 120 to 150 words)
10 Marks
2.
Essay Writing (Reflective)
15 Marks
3.
Letter Writing (To the Editor of Any Newspaper)
4.
Grammar -
(i)
Transformation of Sentences:
15 Marks
(Simple, Complex, Compound)
(ii)
Correction of Common Errors in words
(iii)
Idioms and Phrases.
Literature:50 Marks
5.
Prose -
(7) Janmabhumi
(8) Sabhyata O Bigyana
6.
Poetry -
(1) Managobindanka Mahanata
(2) Raghabanka Lanka Jatranukula.
(3) Chilikare Sayantana
7.Non-Detailed:
Short Story:
(12) Kalijugara Samapti Ebang Mishrababu
One Act Play:
(15) SuraSundari
584
ODIA SYLLABUS EXAMINATION STRUCTURE
Summative Assessment - II
Class – X
Second Term (October 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension
10 Marks
Section B
:Writing
15 Marks
Section C
:Grammar
15 Marks
Section D
:Literature
50 Marks
SECTION
Section – A
DETAILS OF TOPICS/
CHAPTERS
Comprehension of an unseen
prose
TYPE OF QUESTIONS
5x2=10
Long Ans. Type
01
1x10=10
Long Ans. Type
01
1x5=05
Short Answer Type
01
1x5=05
01
1x5=05
01
1x5=05
Short Answer Type
MARKS
Questions
passage (120 to 150 words)
Essay Writing (Reflective)
Section – B
NO. OF
QUESTIONS
05
[one out of three]
Letter Writing (To the Editor of
any
Newspaper) [one out of two]
Grammar:
Section – C
(i) Translation (English Paragraph
to
Odia)
(ii) Chhanda (Bhagabata Bani,
Bangalashree, Natabani,
Ramakeri) [one out of two]
(iii) Transformation of sentences
(Negative, Affirmative,
Exclamatory, Interrogative) [five
out of seven]
585
Prose:
Section - D
(9) Matrubhasa O Lokashikshya
(10) Narenru Vivekananda
(11) Odia Sahitya Katha
Long Ans. Type Ques.
From prose chapter (9,
10) [one out of two]
Short Ans. Type Question
(Explanation) from Prose
(9, 10) [one out of two]
Questions from Prose Chapter (9,10,11) V.S
Type Ques. [three out
01
1x8=08
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
01
1x7=07
01
1x5=05
03
3x2=06
04
4x1=04
01
1x5=05
of five]. Questions
Poetry:
(4) Mangale Aila Usha
(5) Jaga Bandhanahara
(6) Sarbamsaha Mati
Non-detailed
Short Story:
(13) Kalara Kapola Tale
(14) Bela, Aswattha O
Bata brukshya
One Act Play:
(16) Konark
containing four M.C.Qs
from Prose Chapter
(9,10,11)
Long Ans. Type Ques.
rom Poetry Chapter (4,
5, 6) (One out of two)
Short Ans. Type Ques.
from Poetry (Explanation)
chapter No. (4, 5, 6) [one
out of two]
Questions from Poetry
Chapter (4, 5, 6) V.S Type
Ques. [three out of five]
Questions containing
four M.C.Qs from Poetry
Chapter (4, 5, 6)
Short Ans. Type Ques.
from Non- detailed (One
out of three) Chapter(13, 14 and 16).
[including Value Based
Ques.]
Total
90 Marks
Prescribed Books:
(i) Sahitya Sindhu (CLASS-X), 2013 1st Edition
Published by – Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
(ii) Madhyamika Byakarana (CLASS-X), 2013 1st Edition
Published by – Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
Summative - II (October 2016 - MARCH 2017)
1.
Comprehension of an Unseen Prose Passage (within 120 to 150 words)
10 Marks
2.
Essay Writing (Reflective)
15 Marks
3.
Letter Writing (To the Editor of Any News Paper)
4.
Grammar:15 Marks
(i)
Translation (English Paragraph to Odia)
586
(ii) Chhanda (Bhagabata Bani, Bangalashree, Natabani, Ramakeri)
(iii) Transformation of sentences (Negative, Affirmative, Exclamatory, Interrogative)
Literature:50 Marks
5. Prose:
(9) Matrubhasa O Lokashikshya
(10) Narenru Vivekananda
(11) Odia Sahitya Katha
6. Poetry:
(4) Mangale Aila Usha
(5) Jaga Bandhanahara
(6) Sarbamsaha Mati
7.Non-Detailed:
Short Story
(13) Kalara Kapola Tale
(14) Bela, Aswattha O Batabrukshya
One-Act-Play
(16) Konark
587
21. SYLLABUS FOR PERSIAN (CODE: 023)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
TOPICS
A) Reading Section:15 Marks
1.
Unseen passage of simple Persian
B) Writing Section:10 Marks
1. Paragraph
2. Applications
C) Grammar Section:20 Marks
1. Grammar
(i)
Subject and Object (Fail and Mafool)
(ii) Nouns (Ism)
(iii) Pronouns (Zamir)
(iv) Translation
2.
Translation of simple sentences of Persian into English, Hindi or Urdu
3.
Translation of simple sentences of English, Hindi or Urdu into Persian
D) Literature45 Marks
Textbooks
Prose and Poetry
Prescribed Books
i)
Farsi wa Dastoor (Pt I) by Dr. Zahrai Khanlari
Publisher - M/s Idarah-e-Adabiyaat-e-Delhi, Jayyad
Press-Ballimaran, Delhi-110006.
ii)
Lessons to be studied from Farsi-wa-Dastoor
i)
Be-name-Ezad Bakhshaindeh (Poem)
ii)
Dastane-Khair-O-Shar (pt I, II & III)
iii)
Pisrak Feda-Kar
Amozish-e-Zabane Farsi (Kitabe Sewum) Book III
Available at 18 Tilak Marg, Iran Culture House, New Delhi
Lessons to be studied from
Amozish-e-Zabane Farsi Part III by Dr. Yadullah Samreh
Fasle Payeez
588
SYLLABUS FOR PERSIAN (CODE: 023)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
Section A (Reading)Marks : 15
1.
Unseen passage of simple Persian
Section B (Writing)Marks : 10
1.Paragraph
2.Letter/application
Section C (Grammar and Translation)Marks : 20
1.
Adjectives (Sifat)
2.
Prepositions (Huruf-e-Jaar)
3.
Verbs (Masadir)
4.
Derivatives (Ism-e-Fail and Ism-e-Mafool)
5Translation
A.
Translation of simple sentences of Persian into English, Hindi or Urdu
B.
Translation of simple sentences of English, Hindi or Urdu into Persian
Section D-TextbooksMarks :45
1.
Prose and Poetry
Prescribed books
(i) Farsi wa Dastoor
Publisher by M/s Idarah-e-Adabiyaat-e-Delhi, Jayyad Press,
Ballimaran Delhi-110006
Amozish-e-Zaban Farsi (Kitabe Sewam) Book III
(ii) Available at 18 Tilak Marg, Siam Culture House, New Delhi
Lessons to be studied from Farsi-wa-Dastoor
1.Mehman-Nawazi
2.
Umar Khayyam
3.
Munazrah-e-Nakh-o-Suzan (Poem)
4. Arish-e-Kamangir
Lessons to be studied from
Amozish-e-Zabane Farsi Part III by Dr. Yadullah Samreh
1.
Hame Baham
2.
Majrai Kabootran
589
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR PERSIAN (CODE: 023)
Classes - IX-X
(Both for First and Second Summative Assessments)
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Time: 3 hrs
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Unseen passage of simple Persian
Reading
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
MCQ
Questions
3
3x1=3
Short Answer
4
4x3=12
Section - B
Paragraph
S.A. 1
1
Total = 15
1x4=4
Writing
Application
L.A. 1
1
1x6=6
Total = 10
Section - C
Grammar
and Translation
Subject and Object (Fa'il & Maf'ool)
Nouns (Ism)
Pronouns (Zamir)
Short Answer
2
2x5=10
Translation
2
2x5=10
MCQ
2
2x3=6
Translation
2
2x10=20
Translation 1
1
1x8=8
MCQ
1
1x3=3
Translation
1
1x8=8
Total= 20
Book 1
Section - D
Prose and Poetry
Literature
Two passages for Comprehension
Textbook
Translation of Poem
Book 2
One out of two paragraph for
translation and
comprehension
and
comprehension
Total
590
Total=45
90 Marks
CLASS – IX: PERSIAN
Following activities are suggested for Formative Assessment for class IX
F.A. I (two out of three)
1. 10-Masadir and their Muzare
2.
Singular-plural of five Nouns
3.
Five opposite words
F.A.II (two out of three)
1.
Names of Months (English calendar)
2.
Synonyms (5)
3.
Names of Iranian cities (5)
F.A.III
1.
Translation of a paragraph.
2.
Translation of five text book sentences from Persian into Urdu/Hindi/English.
3.
Translation of simple sentences into Persian.
F.A.IV
1.
Make a chart showing five animals, five fruits, five objects, any five parts of Body.
591
SYLLABUS FOR PERSIAN (CODE: 023)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
TOPICS
A) Reading Section:15 Marks
1.
Unseen passage of simple Persian
B) Writing Section:10 Marks
1.Paragraph in simple Persian:05
2.Letters/Applications in Persian05
C) Grammar and Translation Section:20 Marks
A.Grammar10 Marks
i)
Proper and Common Nouns (Ism-e-Khas and Ism-e-Aam)
ii)
Pronouns (Zamair)
iii)
Complex Prepositions (Huruf-e-Jaar Murrakab)
iv)
Tenses (Present/Past/Future)
B.
Translation10 Marks
i)
Translation of simple Persian sentences into English, Hindi or Urdu.
ii)
Translation of simple sentences into Persian.
D) Literature Section:45 Marks
Prose and Poetry
Prescribed books
i)
Farsi wa Dastoor (Book I) by:- Dr. Zahrai-Khanlari
Publisher - M/s Idarah-e-Adabiyyat, New Delhi, Jayyad Press Ballimaran, Delhi-110006
ii)
Aamoozish-e-Zaban Farsi (Kitabe Sewwam) Book III by Dr. Yadullah Samareh
Lessons and Poems to be studies
Prose:
i)
Karana-e-Doortar
ii)
Baz-e-Ba-wafa from Farsi wa Dastoor
iii)
Dehqane -Fidakar
(iv)Roobah-Wa-Kharoos
(v) Sazmam-e-Milal-e-Muttahid
Poem:
i)
Kitab-e- Khoob
592
SYLLABUS FOR PERSIAN (CODE: 023)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
TOPICS
A) Reading Section:15 Marks
1.
Unseen passage of simple Persian
B) Writing Section:10 Marks
1.
Paragraph in simple Persian
2.
Letters/Applications in Persian
C) Grammar and Translation Section:20 Marks
A.Grammar10
i)
Derivatives (Isme Fa'il, Isme Maf'ool)
ii)
Masadir (with meaning in Urdu/Hindi/English)
iii)
Muzare'
B.Translation10
i)
Translation from English, Hindi or Urdu into Persian
D) Literature Section:45 marks
Prose and Poetry
i)
Farsi wa Dastoor (Part I) Idarah-e-Adabiyat, Delhi
ii)
Amozish-e-Zaban-e- Farsi (Part III)
Lessons and poems to be studied
Prose:
i)
Qissa-e-Bahram-wa-Kanizak (Parts I, II, III)
ii) Guftgoo-e-Roobah-wa-Kharoos
iii)
Mohammad bin Zakariya Razi
iv)Ensane-Parandeh
Poetry:
i)Chashma-wa-Sang
ii)Fasl-ha
593
CLASS – X: PERSIAN
Following activities are suggested for Formative Assessment for class X
F.A. I (two out of three)
1. Singular/Plurals (10)
F.A.II
1. Persian nos. from 1 to 100
2. 10 Synonyms
2. Names of the Persian Poets and Writers
3. Names of five Iranian cities
F.A.III
1. Re-produce five Persian couplets.
3. Ten opposite words
F.A.IV
1. Make a chart of Persian tenses (present, past
and future)
2. Names of any five Persian books.
3. Persian names of ten animals.
2. Make Persian sentences using each and every
Tense.
594
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS FOR PERSIAN LANGUAGE
CLASS: IX – X
Scale for Assessment of Conversation Skills
1
3
5
7
9
Listening The Learner
Speaking The Learner
Shows general ability to understand words 1
Shows ability to use Persian Vocabulary
in a familiar context
3 In familiar situation, use only short connected
Has ability to follow short connected
utterances with limited accuracy.
utterances in a familiar content.
5 Shows ability to recite poetry with
Has ability to understand explicit verbs
and pleasure.
nouns in both familiar and unfamiliar con- 7
Organises and presents thoughts in a reatents.
sonable manner
in
unfamiliar
not
Understand longer spoken
with reasonable accuracy
sentences
Shows ability to interpret complex discourse
in terms of points of view, adapts listening
strategies to suit different purposes.
interfere with communication.
9
Can spontaneously question and answer in
classroom.
Reading
Reading any text should be done with the purpose of:
1.
Reading silently at varying speeds depending on the purpose of reading.
2.
Adopting different strategies for different types of texts, both literary and non-literary.
3.
Recongnising the organization of a text.
4.
Identifying the main points of a text.
5.
Anticipating and predicting what will come next.
6.
Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar lexical items in a given content.
7.
Consulting a dictionary to obtain information on the meaning and use of lexical items.
8.
Analysing, interpreting, inferring (and evaluating) the ideas in the text.
9.
Selecting and extracting from text information required for a specific purpose.
10. Interpreting texts by relating them to other material on the same theme (and to their own
experience and knowledge).
11. Reading extensively for pleasure.
12. Summarizing a story from text.
13. Comparing and contrasting the characters with in the text.
14. Creating or telling their stories in Persian.
15. Dramatising incidents from stories.
Note: It is mandatory to ask a 5 marks question on "Value Base" Education.
595
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A.
¡º·Úƒ ‹Ó≈ º’ ÍÃ≈Í ’∆Â∂ Ì≈Ù≈ ’ΩÙÒª (√π‰È≈, ÏØÒ‰≈, ÍÛ∑È≈, «Ò÷‰≈) Á≈ ¡◊∂∂ «Ú’≈√Õ
B.
«√‹È≈ÂÓ’ ¡Â∂ ¡≈ÒØ⁄È≈ÂÓ’ «ÁzÙ‡∆’؉ Á∆ √»fi-Ï»fi ‘؉≈Õ
C.
Í≥‹≈Ï∆ Ì≈Ù≈ Á∂ «◊¡≈È ˘ √Ófi‰, ¿∞√ Á∆ „πº’Úƒ, √‘∆ ¡Â∂ ÙπºË ÚÂØ∫ Á∂ ÔØ◊ ω≈¿∞‰≈Õ
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F.
«Ú«Á¡≈Ê∆¡ª ˘ ÚË∂∂ Â’Ù∆Ò Ï‰≈¿∞‰ Ò¬∆ ÈÀ«Â’ ’Áª ’∆Óª ˘ √Ófi‰ÔØ◊ ω≈¿∞‰≈Õ
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H.
Í≥‹≈Ï∆ Ì≈Ù≈ Á∂ «◊¡≈È ≈‘ƒ «Ú«Á¡≈Ê∆¡ª Á∆ Ï‘πÓπ÷∆ ÍëÂÌ≈ Á≈ «Ú’≈√ ’È≈Õ
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I. Í≈·-Íπ√Â’ª (Text Books)
A. ÈΩ ¡«Â ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ («¬º’ ÙÏÁ ‹ª «¬º’ Ú≈’ Ú≈Ò∂)
’«ÚÂ≈, ’‘≈‰∆, ‹∆ÚÈ∆, Ú≈Â’
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C. ÁØ ¶Ó∂ ÍÃÙÈ ([email protected]@ ÙÏÁª «Úº⁄) Ú≈Â’, ’«ÚÂ≈, «¬’ª◊∆
D. «¬º’ ÍÃÙÈ ’Áª ’∆Óª ¡≈Ë≈ (Í≈· Íπ√Â’ª Á∂ ¡≈Ë≈ Â∂) [email protected]@ ÙÏÁª «Úº⁄
II. ÍÛ∑È-’ΩÙÒ (Reading Skill)
‹≈‰’≈∆ ÌÍ» ÁØ ¡‰«‚º·∂ Ú≈Â’ ÍÀ«¡ª Á∂ ¡≈Ë≈ Â∂ Í≥‹-Í≥‹ ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ
III. ÍÃÌ≈ÚÙ≈Ò∆ «Ò÷‰-’ΩÙÒ (Writing Skill)
A. ͺÂ-⁄È≈ («È‹∆ ͺÂ)
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(Grammer)
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I. Í≈·-Íπ√Â’ª (Text Books)
A. ÈΩ ¡«Â ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ («¬º’ ÙÏÁ ‹ª «¬º’ Ú≈’ Ú≈Ò∂)
[email protected]
’«ÚÂ≈, ’‘≈‰∆, ‹∆ÚÈ∆, Ú≈Â’
B. ¡º· ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ ([email protected]@ ÙÏÁª «Ú⁄) ’«ÚÂ≈, ’‘≈‰∆, ‹∆ÚÈ∆, Ú≈Â’
C. ÁØ ¶Ó∂ ÍÃÙÈ ([email protected]@ ÙÏÁª «Ú⁄) Ú≈Â’, ’«ÚÂ≈, «¬’ª◊∆
D. «¬º’ ÍÃÙÈ ’Áª ’∆Óª ¡≈Ë≈ (Í≈· Íπ√Â’ª Á∂ ¡≈Ë≈ Â∂)
[email protected]@ ÙÏÁª «Ú⁄
II. ÍÛ∑È-’ΩÙÒ (Reading Skill)
‹≈‰’≈∆ ÌÍ» ÁØ ¡‰«‚º·∂ Ú≈Â’ ÍÀ«¡ª Á∂ ¡≈Ë≈ Â∂ Í≥‹-Í≥‹ ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ
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A. ͺÂ-⁄È≈ (ÁÎÂ∆ ͺÂ)
B. Ò∂÷-⁄È≈ («Ú⁄≈ ÍÃÁ≈È ¡Â∂ ¡≈Ó Ú≈’¯∆¡Â È≈Ò ÌÍ» «ÚÙ∂) [email protected]@[email protected] ÙÏÁ
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B. ÙÏÁ Ù∂É∆¡ª (¿∞‘Ȫ Á∆¡ª «’√Óª √«‘Â)∏«’«¡≈, «’«¡≈ «ÚÙ∂Ù‰
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I. Í≈·-Íπ√Â’ª (Text Books)
A. ÈΩ ¡«Â ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ («¬º’ ÙÏÁ ‹ª «¬º’ Ú≈’ Ú≈Ò∂)
’«ÚÂ≈, ’‘≈‰∆, ‹∆ÚÈ∆, Ú≈Â’
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B. ¡º· ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ ([email protected]@ ÙÏÁª «Ú⁄) ’«ÚÂ≈, ’‘≈‰∆, ‹∆ÚÈ∆, Ú≈Â’
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D. «¬º’ ÍÃÙÈ ’Áª ’∆Óª ¡≈Ë≈ (Í≈· Íπ√Â’ª Á∂ ¡≈Ë≈ Â∂)
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II. ÍÛ∑È-’ΩÙÒ (Reading Skill)
‹≈‰’≈∆ ÌÍ» ÁØ ¡‰«‚º·∂ Ú≈Â’ ÍÀ«¡ª Á∂ ¡≈Ë≈ Â∂ Í≥‹-Í≥‹ ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ
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IV. «Ú¡≈’È
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(Grammar)
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B. ÙÏÁ ÙπºË∆ ¡Â∂ Ú≈’ ÙπºË∆
C. «Ú√≈Ó «⁄øÈ∑
D. Óπ‘≈Ú∂ (’ ÂØ∫ fi º’)
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«¬’ª◊∆ ∏ Ï∂Ï∂ ≈Ó Ì‹È∆
‹∆ÚÈ∆¡ª ∏ Ï∆Ï∆ Ì≈È∆, ¿∞‚‰≈ «√º÷ ∏ «ÓÒ÷≈ «√≥ÿ,
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[email protected]
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AB
[email protected]
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X (Áº√Úƒ)
(¡’±Ï [email protected] ÂØ∫ Ó≈⁄ [email protected])
Á»‹∆ «¤Ó≈‘∆
’∞Ò ¡≥’ [email protected]
I. Í≈·-Íπ√Â’ª (Text Books)
A. ÈΩ ¡«Â ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ («¬º’ ÙÏÁ ‹ª «¬º’ Ú≈’ Ú≈Ò∂)
’«ÚÂ≈, ’‘≈‰∆, ‹∆ÚÈ∆, Ú≈Â’
[email protected]
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[email protected]@ ÙÏÁª «Ú⁄
II. ÍÛ∑È-’ΩÙÒ (Reading Skill)
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III. ÍÃÌ≈ÚÙ≈Ò∆ «Ò÷‰-’ΩÙÒ (Writing Skill)
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[email protected]
A. ͺÂ-⁄È≈ (Á¯Â∆)
B. Ò∂÷-⁄È≈ («Ú⁄≈ ÍÃË≈È ¡Â∂ ¡≈Ó «ÚÙ∂)
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AB
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(Ï‘π-«Ú’ÒÍ∆ ¡Â∂ ¤Ø‡∂ ÍÃÙÈ) (Grammar)
(Grammer)
A. ¡◊∂Â-«Í¤∂Â
B. √Ó≈√∆-ÙÏÁ
C. «Ú√Ó’
[email protected]
D. ¡÷≈‰ (’ ÂØ∫ fi º’)
A. √≈«‘Â’ «’Ȫ∏B
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23. RUSSIAN (CODE: 021)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (April 2016 – September 2016)
Time : 3Hrs
Total 90 Marks
Marks
Section A - Reading Comprehension15
An unseen passage with 4-5 short answers type questions based on the passage
Section B - Composition and Writing15
A short assay of about 100-150 words on one of the following topics:
1.
My Friend
2.
My Room
3.
My School
4.
My Family
Section C - Grammar (Applied)40
1.
Simple application of cases as prescribed in the texts
2.
Prepositions: V, Na, C, K, Iz
3.
Change of Sentences (from past to present and vice versa)
4.
Translation – Simple sentences (from Russian into English and vice versa)
Section D – Literature20
4-5 questions to be given (requiring answers in Russian) from the texts 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 14, 15 of the
prescribed text book (one of the question may be value based)
Prescribed Books
1.
Russian for children (Russkii Yazak) Moscow (Book No. 3) by M.N. Vityutnev and others (1989
Edition)
2.
Russian in exercises : By S. Khavronina and A. Shirochenskaya published by Progress publishers,
Moscow (Second Edition)
603
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR RUSSIAN (CODE: 021)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (October 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time : 3Hrs
Total 90 Marks
Marks
Section A - Reading Comprehension15
An unseen passage with 4-5 short answers type questions based on the passage
Section B - Composition and Writing15
To write a composition of 100-150 words in Russian on one of the following topics:
1.
My City/Home town
2.
My Hobby
3.
My favourite Poet/Writer
4.
What I want to be
Section C – Applied Grammar40
1.
Application of cases as used in the prescribed texts
2.
Use of prepositions: v, na, c, k, uz, nad, pod
3.
Use of Adjectives in proper form
3.
Past tense
4.
Translation from English into Russian and vice versa
Section D – Literature20
5 questions to be given from the text Nos. 17, 18, 19, 22, 24, 26, 28, 29 of the prescribed text book
(one of the question may be value based)
Prescribed Books
1.
Russian for children (Russkii Yazak) Moscow (Book No. 3) by M.N. Vityutnev and others (1989
Edition). Lessons to be studied 17,18,19,22,24,26,28,29
2.
Russian in exercises by S. Khavronina and A. Shirochenskaya published by Progress publishers,
Moscow (Second Edition)
604
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR RUSSIAN (CODE: 021)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (April 2016 – September 2016)
Time : 3Hrs
Total 90 Marks
Section A - Reading Comprehension15
An unseen Russian passage with 4-5 questions requiring answers in Russian
Section B - Composition and Writing15
An essay of about 100-150 to be written on one of the following topics:
1.
An excursion to a beach / forest / historical place
2.
Scene at a Railway Station
3.
My Favourite Teacher
4.
My Favourite Sport
5.
Why I learn Russian Language
Section C – Applied Grammar40
1.
Application of cases as used in the prescribed texts (with or without preposition)
2.
Verbs of Motion
3.
Use of Adjectives
4.
Future Tense
5.
Translation from Russian to English and English to Russian
Section D – Literature20
4-5 questions based on the text Nos. 2, 6, 8, 11, 15, 18, 19 of the prescribed text book
(one of the question may be value based)
Prescribed Books
1.
Russian for children (Russkii Yazak) Moscow (Book No. IV) by M.N. Vityutnev and others (1989
Edition). Lessons to be studied 2,6,8,11,15,18,19
2.
Russian in exercises by S. Khavronina and A. Shirochenskaya published by Progress publishers,
Moscow (Second Edition)
605
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR RUSSIAN (CODE: 021)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (October 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time : 3Hrs
Total 90 Marks
Section A - Reading Comprehension15
An unseen Russian passage with 4-5 questions to be answered in Russian
Section B - Composition and Writing15
An essay of about 100-150 to be written on one of the following topics:
1.Moscow
2.
A visit to a hill station
3.
Birthday Party
4.
My Favourite Festival
5.
A letter to one of my family members
6. A visit to the market/mall
7.
My favourite book
8. An Indian village
Section C – Applied Grammar40
1.
Application of cases as used in the prescribed texts (with or without preposition)
2.
Use of “Kotori” in different cases
3.
Aspect of verbs
4.
Verbs of Motion with or without prefixes
5.
Translation from Russian into English and vice versa.
Section D – Literature20
4-5 questions based on the text Nos. 21, 23, 25, 26, 28, 29 of the prescribed text book
(one of the questions may be value based)
Prescribed Books
1.
Russian for children (Russkii Yazak) Moscow (Book No. IV) by M.N. Vityutnev and others (1989
Edition). Lessons to be studied 21, 23, 25, 26, 28, 29
2.
Russian in exercises by S. Khavronina and A. Shirochenskaya published by Progress publishers,
Moscow (Second Edition)
606
2016
607
608
2016
609
610
(2016-2017)
611
612
(2016-2017)
613
614
2016
615
2016
616
617
(2016-2017)
618
(2016-2017)
619
620
621
622
25. SYLLABUS FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 hrs
Total : 90 Marks
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension of unseen prose passage
Weightage
10 marks
Reading
Section - B
1)
Essay skills
15 marks
Writing
Section - C
2)
1)
Letter writing OR Report writing
Eight parts of speech with their kinds, main tenses and
their kinds, transformation of words (Abstract Noun, 25 marks
Adjective, Opposite words, Synonyms etc. Active, Passive
and Impersonal Voice)
Grammar
Section - D
2) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning and Usage)
Prose Lessons:
1) Asan jo Bharat
Literature
2)
Poetry Lessons:
3)
Khila jo Mahatam
4)
Zaal ta Hayau
5)
Nirverta jo Phalu
6)
Mahinat
1)
Pirian jo Paigham
2)
Koshish Kanda Raho
3)
Sipahia ji Suhagin
4)
Biography:
Simlale jo Sair
40 marks
Mata
Sant Kanwar Ram
Total
Prescribed Text Books: 1)
Sindhi Ratan Mala - Part 1, Published by Sindhi Academy, Delhi
2)
Sant Kanwar Ram - Jivan Charitra Published by Sindhi Book Trust, Delhi - 95
623
90 Marks
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 hrs
Section
Section - A
Reading
Section - B
Writing
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension of unseen prose
passage
Total : 90 Marks
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
S.A.
Questions
05
5x2=10
Essay writing
L.A.
01
Total=10
1x10=10
(ii) Letter writing
S.A.
01
1x05=05
15
Total=15
15x1=15
(i)
Or
Section - C
Grammar
Report writing
(1) Eight parts of Speech with their
kinds, Main Tenses and their kinds
Transformation of words (Abstract
Noun, Adjectives, Opposite word,
Synonyms etc, Active, Passive and
Impersonal Voice)
M.C.Q.
05
(2) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning
and Usage)
S.A.
Text Book
S.A.
01
1x5=05
5x2=10
Total=25
Section - D
(i)
Prose
M.C.Q.
05
5x2=10
Literature
(ii)
Poetry
S.A.
03
3x5=15
L.A.
02
2x5=10
(iii) Biography: Sant Kanwar Ram
Total=40
90 Marks
Total
624
SYLLABUS FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 hrs
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension of unseen prose passage
Reading
Section - B
1)
Essay skills
Writing
Section - C
2)
1)
Letter writing OR Report writing
Eight parts of speech with their kinds,
Grammar
2)
Main tenses and their kinds,
Total : 90 Marks
Weightage
10 marks
15 marks
25 marks
3) Transformation of words (Abstract Noun, Adjective, Opposite
words, Synonyms etc.
4)
Active, Passive and Impersonal Voice)
Section - D
5) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning and Usage)
Prose Lessons:
Literature
1) Marhuna ja Te Kism
40 marks
2) Charitra ain Naamus
3) Vigyan ja Chamatkar
4) Pahinjo Daan
5) Nind
6) Pachhutaau
Poetry Lessons:
1) Sukha ji Nagari
2) Prabhat
3) Dil Jawan Ahe
4) Bahaar
Biography:
Sant Kanwar Ram
Total
Prescribed Text Books: 1)
Sindhi Ratan Mala - Part 1, Published by Sindhi Academy, Delhi
2)
Sant Kanwar Ram - Jivan Charitra Published by Sindhi Book Trust, Delhi - 95
625
90 Marks
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 hrs
Section
Section - A
Reading
Section - B
Writing
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension of unseen prose
passage
Total : 90 Marks
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
S.A.
Questions
05
5x2=10
Essay writing
L.A.
01
Total=10
1x10=10
(ii) Letter writing
S.A.
01
1x05=05
15
Total=15
15x1=15
(i)
Or
Section - C
Grammar
Report writing
(1) Eight parts of Speech with their
kinds, Main Tenses and their kinds
Transformation of words (Abstract
Noun, Adjectives, Opposite word,
Synonyms etc, Active, Passive and
Impersonal Voice)
M.C.Q.
05
(2) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning
and Usage)
S.A.
Text Book
S.A.
01
1x5=05
5x2=10
Total=25
Section - D
(i)
Prose
M.C.Q.
05
5x2=10
Literature
(ii)
Poetry
S.A.
03
3x5=15
L.A.
02
2x5=10
(iii) Biography: Sant Kanwar Ram
Total=40
90 Marks
Total
626
SYLLABUS FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – X FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 hrs
Total : 90 Marks
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension of unseen prose passage
Weightage
10 marks
Reading
Section - B
1)
15 marks
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
Essay skills
2) Letter writing OR Report writing
1) Eight parts of speech with their kinds, Main Tenses and their
kinds Transformation of verbs (Abstract Noun, Adjectives, 25 marks
Opposite words, Synonyms etc., Active, Passive and
Impersonal Voice.
Section - D
5) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning and Usage)
Prose:
Literature
1)
Bernard Macfedan
2)
Har Hall mein Zinda Rahu
3)
Aasman jo Nazaro
4)
Shanti Niketan
5)
Lakhino Lal
6)
Sindhi Bolia jo Bunyad
40 marks
Poetry:
1)
Sur Samundi
2)
Sur Sorath
3)
Harijan ja Guna
4)
Pavitrata
5)
Titanic Jahaz jo Budanu
6)
Shah Savari
Short Stories:
1)
Siyani Sasu, 2) Brahma ji Bhula, 3) Bhimo Thari
Total
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books
(1) Sindhi Ratanmala (Part-II) Published by Sindhi Academy Delhi.
(2) Choonda Sindhi Kahaniyoon (Part-II): ed. Gobind Math & Kala Rijessinghani: Published Kamal High
School Khar, Mumbai.
Recommended Text Book:
(1) Sindhi Bhasha (Vyakaran Evam Prayoga) by Dr. Murlidhar K Jetly
(2) Chornda Sindhi Istalah ain Pahaka by Mrs. Usha Saraswat.
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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016) SA I
Time: 3 hrs
Section
Section - A
Reading
Section - B
Writing
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension of unseen prose
passage
Total : 90 Marks
Type of
No. of
Marks
Questions
S.A.
Questions
05
5x2=10
Essay writing
L.A.
01
Total=10
1x10=10
(ii) Letter writing
S.A.
01
1x05=05
15
Total=15
15x1=15
(i)
Or
Section - C
Grammar
Report writing
(1) Eight parts of Speech with their
kinds, Main Tenses and their kinds
Transformation of words (Abstract
Noun, Adjectives, Opposite word,
Synonyms etc, Active, Passive and
Impersonal Voice)
M.C.Q.
05
(2) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning
and Usage)
S.A.
Text Book
S.A.
01
1x5=05
5x2=10
Total=25
Section - D
(i)
Prose
M.C.Q.
05
5x2=10
Literature
(ii)
Poetry
S.A.
03
3x5=15
(iii) Short stories
L.A.
02
2x5=10
Total=40
90 Marks
Total
628
SYLLABUS FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – X SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 hrs
Section
Section - A
Details of Topics/Chapters
Comprehension of unseen prose passage
Reading
Section - B
1)
Writing
Section - C
Grammar
Essay skills
Total : 90 Marks
Weightage
10 marks
15 marks
2) Letter writing OR Report writing
1) Eight parts of speech with their kinds, Main Tenses and their
kinds Transformation of verbs (Abstract Noun, Adjectives,
Opposite words, Synonyms etc., Active, Passive and
Impersonal Voice.
Section - D
5) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning and Usage)
Prose:
Literature
1)
Ajanta jun Ghufaun
2)
Taqdir ain Tadbir
3)
Raja Ranjit Singh jun ba vartaun
4)
Acharya Vinoba Bhave
5)
Adab ya Sahitya Chha Ahe
6)
Lila-Chanesar
25 marks
40 marks
Poetry:
1)
Himalaya
2)
Lila khe Hidayat
3)
Porhiyatu
4)
Haliyo Halu
5)
Mushkil khe Maat Kari
6)
Hiku Kutumb
Short Stories:
1)
Sajana Tun ma Chhadeji
2)
Bandhan
Total
90 Marks
Prescribed Text Books
(1) Sindhi Ratanmala (Part-II) Published by Sindhi Academy Delhi.
(2) Choonda Sindhi Kahaniyoon (Part-II): ed. Gobind Math & Kala Rijessinghani: Published Kamal High
School Khar, Mumbai.
Recommended Text Book:
(1) Sindhi Bhasha (Vyakaran Evam Prayoga) by Dr. Murlidhar K Jetly
(2) Chornda Sindhi Istalah ain Pahaka by Mrs. Usha Saraswat.
629
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SINDHI (CODE: 008)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 hrs
Section
Section - A
Reading
Section - B
Writing
Details of Topics/Chapters
Type of
Questions
Comprehension of unseen prose S.A.
passage
Total : 90 Marks
No. of
Marks
Questions
05
5x2=10
Essay writing
L.A.
01
Total=10
1x10=10
(ii) Letter writing
S.A.
01
1x05=05
03
Total=15
3x5=15
01
1x10=10
(i)
Or
Section - C
Grammar
Report writing
(1) Eight parts of Speech with their M.C.Q.
kinds, Main Tenses and their kinds
Transformation of words (Abstract
Noun, Adjectives, Opposite word,
Synonyms etc, Active, Passive and
Impersonal Voice)
Total=25
(2) Idioms and Proverbs (Meaning
S.A.
and Usage)
Text Book
S.A.
01
1x5=05
Section - D
(i)
Prose
M.C.Q.
05
5x2=10
Literature
(ii)
Poetry
S.A.
03
3x5=15
(iii) Short stories
L.A.
02
2x5=10
Total=40
90 Marks
Total
630
26. SPANISH (CODE: 096)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURES FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT I & II
CLASS IX & X (2016-2017)
The Question Paper will be of maximum 90 marks and will be divided into four sections:
Section A: Reading Comprehension15 marks
Section B: Written Expression*20 marks
Section C: Grammar40 marks
Section D: Literature in simple prose**
15 marks
*Written Expression Section will consist of 4 questions of 5 marks each [for e.g. short description on
verbal/visual stimulus, short dialogue, comparing a cultural theme, etc. The length of each answer will
be as follows: min.100 words and max.150 words for Class IX and min. 150 words and max.200 words
for Class X].
**This section will consist of mainly Objective Type/SAQs.
The typology of questions and weightage should be guided by the Standard Basic Template, as provided
by CBSE (pls. refer to Basic Template for Setting Question Paper). As per this template, items no. 1, 2,
3 & 5 may be considered feasible but the idea of HOTS is difficult to be applied because in Foreign Language Teaching at School level, the development of acquisition and reproduction skills are of primary
importance and less of critical thinking and problem solving which are essential components of HOTS.
The weightage of HOTS may be distributed evenly into other categories.
Note: All questions will be in the target language, students will be required to answer in the target
language. Rubrics will be in the target language and in English.
631
SPANISH (CODE: 096)
CLASESS IX AND X
The following learning objectives apply for classes IX and X.
General objectives: The general objectives of this course is to introduce the basic elements of Spanish
Language and Culture on the basis of promotion of language acquisition and development of receptive,
productive and interactive skills through the study and usage of a range of written and spoken material
so that students are able to respond and interact appropriately in a defined range of everyday situations at a basic level.
It should be ensured that value-based didactic exercises as well as use of ICTs are incorporated into the
teaching-learning process.
SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH (CODE: 096)
CLASS - IX
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
Topics
(A) Reading Section:
A learner should be able to:
(i)
read and understand elementary structures of spoken language,
(ii) participate in simple conversations of daily life.
(B) Writing Section: A learner should be able to: write dialogues or short paragraphs using simple
sentences on topics of everyday life situation.
(C)
Grammar Section:

Personal pronouns: yo, tú, usted, él, ella, nosotros/as, vosotros/as, ustedes, ellos/as

Present tense of the verbs SER, LLAMARSE, DEDICARSE, VIVIR, TRABAJAR

Interrogative Pronouns: cómo, cuándo, qué, cuánto, cuál, quién, de dónde…

Regular Verbs: -ar, -er, & -ir ending verbs

Uses of SER & ESTAR: <<SER+adjetivos de carácter>>, <<ESTAR+adjetivos de estado físico o
anímico>>

Uses of TENER and HACER

Intorduction to Present Tense uses of some of the Irregular Verbs: COMER, ESTUDIAR, QUERER, PREFERIR, CONOCER, SABER, PENSAR, HACER, PONER, TRAER, IR

TENER+Ganas de+ Infinitivo

Demonstrative Adjective & Pronoun- este, ese, aquel…
Negation

Possesive adjectives: mi(s), tu(s), su(s)

Gender / Number / Article (definite & indefinite) – concordance of article – noun & adjective

Concordance cuánto/-a/-os/-as

Ordinal and cardinal numbers

Prepositions used with expressions of time and adverbs of place

Gerund: <<ESTAR + Gerundio>>
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
Personal pronouns (with or without prepositions)

Introduction to Impersonal sentences with <<SE + 3rd person of the verb>>

Simple affirmative commands (Singular)
(D) Literature in Simple Prose:
(i) Some important authors from Spanish-speaking countries (and their most well-known works
in Spanish) like Miguel de Cervantes, Benito Pérez Galdós, García Lorca, etc.
(ii) The learner is expected to know the name of the author, his/her most important work and
its subject matter. The learner should be able to write short paragraph using simple sentence
structures.
Note for the teacher: (Some recommendations)
1. The above content should be presented and integrated in didactic materials and communicative
activities (related to school environment) inside the classroom in such a way that the learner
develops the following competencies:
Functional competencies:
 Saludar y despedirse
 Hablar de los amigos y de las actividades
con ellos
 Pedir y dar datos personales: información
personal, sobre la ocupación, sobre la  Llamar al camarero, pedir y pagar en un
familia…
bar/restaurante
 Presentar formalmente / informalmente a  Preguntar el precio
otras personas
 Dar y pedir información sobre los platos:
 Hablar de la familia
hablar de la comida
 Describir el físico, carácter, estado civil
 Expresar gustos de comida y bebida
 Hablar por teléfono
 Hablar sobre costumbres y hábitos en la
comida
 Preguntar por la existencia de un lugar
(clase/escuela/colegio, etc.)
 Pedir en una tienda
Phonetical and orthographical competencies:
 el abecedario
 sonidos [g] y sus grafías (g) y (gu)
 deletrear
 sonidos [x] y [g] y sus grafías (j) y (g)
 acentuación de las palabras
 diptongos ‘IE’ y ‘UE’ y la HACHE
 letras ‘ce’, ‘zeta’, ‘cu’ y los sonidos IKI y IQI  exclamativos e interrogativos
 sonidos [y] y sus grafías (y) y (ll)
2. The following suggested lexicon to be integrated into materials and communicative activities in
such a way that the student practice the target language in real context:
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 saludos y despedidas
 nuúmero 1 – 100
 datos personales
 profesión y dirección
 interrogativos
 actividades de ocio
 adjetivos de carácter

 instrucciones de la clase/escuela
 familia: relaciones de parentesco y estados
civiles
 adjetivos de descripción física y carácter
 casa
vocabulario de bares, cafeterías y
restaurantes:
bebidas,
comidas,
ingredientes, platos típicos, utensilios de
mesa
 productos de alimentación, alimentos: frutas y verduras
 nombres de países, capitales, nacionalidades
y moneda de España e Hispanoamérica
3. Efforts should be made to provide socio-cultural information of Spanish-speaking countries:
 usos de tú y usted
 la gestualidad
 formas no verbales de saludo
 el bar, las tapas, el aperitivo, el café, productos típicos en la cultura hispánica
 usos de los apellidos en el mundo hispano
 usos de señor, señora, don y doña
 pagar, invitaciones, precios en barra y
mesa, propina
 principales capitales y hechos geográficos de
 mercados y supermercados
España e Hispanoamérica
 personajes famosos de España e Hispanoa-  horarios de comida y cena
mérica
 menú del día, platos combinados, platos
típicos
 la familia, las relaciones familiares, el hogar
4. The above-mentioned examples are suggestive in nature and the teacher depending on the needs
of the students may improvise the same within the framework of the prescribed syllabus.
Prescribed book:
-
Clave de sol, nivel 1 –Libro del alumno + CD audio (Unidad 1-7), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
-
Clave de sol, nivel 1 –Cuaderno de actividades (Workbook Unidad 1-7), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz
Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
-
Additional Material can also be done from Nuevo Español sin fronteras, ESF 1, by Jesús Sánchez
Lobato, Concha Moreno García y Isabel Santos Gallego, SGEL, Madrid, 2007 (GOYAL SaaB)
Reference books:
-
Collins Gem Spanish School Dictionary, Collins, 2010 (GOYAL SaaB)
-
Nuevo Español sin fronteras ESF 1, Workbook, by Sánchez Lobato, SGEL, Madrid, 2007 (GOYAL
SaaB)
-
Learn Spanish through games and activities (Level 1), by Pablo Rocío Domínguez, ELI Publishing,
2012 (GOYAL SaaB)
-
en acción A1, (CD + workbook) by Elena Verdía, Marisa González, et. al., enClave ELE (2011)
[Langers]
Centro Virtual Cervantes:
-
“Mi mundo en palabras”, http://cvc.cervantes.es/ensenanza/mimundo/default.htm
-
“Lecturas paso a paso” - http://cvc.cervantes.es/aula/lecturas/
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SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – (CODE: 096)
CLASS - IX
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
Topics
(A) Reading Section:
- Simple short passages related to everyday real life situations.
Note: Efforts should be made to develop the following comprehension skills in the students:
(i)
deduce the meaning from the context.
(ii) identify the main points.
(iii) extract or scan specific information or details.
(B) Writing Section:
(i)
Short compositions (Description of person, place or things)
(ii) a)
Dialogue writing on matters related to everyday life (based on visual or verbal
stimulus).
b)
Dialogue completion.
(C) Grammar Section:
 Present tense of GUSTAR (me gusta/no me gusta) and such similar verbs (for example,
PARECER, ENCANTAR, DOLER, etc.)

Present & future tense of Irregular and Radical changing verbs (e>ie, o>ue, e>i) [for example, IR, SEGUIR, HACER, QUERER, DECIR, PREFERIR, ENTENDER, VENIR, QUEDAR, VERSE,
SOLER, PARECER, CREER, PENSAR, etc.]

Usages of the verbs TENER and HACER.

Adjectives and adverbs.
Contrast: HAY (descripción)/ESTAR (localización con usos de preposiciones y locuciones
de lugar para expresar posición, cercanía, lejanía)

Uses of <<ir a + infinitivo>>, <<empezar a + infinitivo>>, <<terminar de + infinitivo>>,
<<antes de + infinitivo>>, <<después de + infinitivo>>

Indefinite pronouns: unos, bastantes, algunos, alguien, nadie

Present Perfect Tense & Introduction to Past Indefinite Tense

Affirmative Command (Singular) + Direct Object Pronoun
(D) Literature in Simple Prose:
(i) Some important authors from Spanish-speaking countries and their most well-known works
in Spanish like José María Arguedas, Juan Rulfo, Pablo Neruda, etc.
(ii) The learner is expected to know the name of the author, his/her most important work and
its subject matter. The learner should be able to write short paragraph using simple sentence
structures.
Note for the teacher: (Some recommendations)
1.
Grammatical contents to be presented and integrated in materials and communicative activities
inside the classroom:
Functional competencies:
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Dirigirse a alguien
Hablar de hábitos y su frecuencia – pedir
dar opinión sobre hábitos y accione
shabituales de otras personas
Preguntar por un lugar
 Dar instrucciones para ir a un lugar, ordenar
Hablar de gustos y preferencias
y verificar informaciones
Expresar acuerdo y desacuerdo
Describir ciudades, la vivienda y el barrio

Proponer
actividades
aceptaro rechazar
Ubicar e identificar objetos
y
reaccionar:
Pedir y dar información sobre el transporte
Concertar citas
(taxi, metro, autobús, tren)
 Preguntar y decir la hora – hablar de horarios Hablar de los h
2.
The following suggested lexicon to be integrated into materials and communicative activities in
such a way that the student practice the target language in real context:
Partes de la casa, muebles y Electrodo-  Actividades de tiempo libre/ocio: lugaresde
mésticos
ocio y tiempo libre, espectáculs, música,
cine
Tipos de vivienda
Establecimientos públicos y comerces.
Medios de transporte
Fórmulas sociales: ofrecimientos, aceptaciones, rechazos, excusas
Colores
Acciones habituales
día de la semana, los meses del año, las
estaciones del año y expresiones de la hora
3.
Felicitaciones: expresiones y gestos
Efforts should be made to provide socio-cultural information of Spanish-speaking countries:
La calle y sus elementos
 públicos: horarios laborables y días festivos
en España e Hispanoamérica
Compra – alquiler de casas
La vida nocturna: teatros, cines, barescafeterías, discotecas…
Comportamiento social: las visitas
Informaciones sobre las ciudades más imElementos proxémicos: la comunicaciónportantes de los países de habla española
verbal y la distancia entre personas endife
Horario de apertura y cierre de los
rentes situaciones de la vida cotidianay en
comercios, las oficinas y otros lugares
diferentes culturas
4.
The above-mentioned examples are suggestive in nature and the teacher depending on the needs
of the students may improvise the same within the framework of the prescribed syllabus.
Prescribed book:
-
Clave de sol, nivel 1 –Libro del alumno + CD audio (Unidad 8-14), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
-
Clave de sol, nivel 1 –Cuaderno de actividades (Workbook Unidad 8-14), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz
Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
-
Additional Material can be done from Nuevo Español sin fronteras, ESF 1, by Jesús Sánchez Lobato, concha Moreno García y Isabel Santos Gallego, SGEL, Madrid, 2007
Reference books:
-
Collins Gem Spanish School Dictionary, Collins, 2010 (GOYAL SaaB)
-
Nuevo Español sin fronteras ESF 1, Workbook, by Sánchez Lobato SGEL, Madrid, 2007
-
Learn Spanish through games and activities (Level 1), by Pablo Rocío Domínguez, ELI Publishing,
2012 (GOYAL SaaB)
636
-
en acción A1, (CD + workbook) by Elena Verdía, Marisa González, et. al., enClave ELE (2011)
[Langers]
Centro Virtual Cervantes:
-
“Mi mundo en palabras”, http://cvc.cervantes.es/ensenanza/mimundo/default.htm
-
“Lecturas paso a paso” - http://cvc.cervantes.es/aula/lecturas/
637
SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH (CODE: 096)
CLASS - X
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
Topics
Aims & objectives: The aim is to strengthen the basic knowledge of the language imparted in Class IX
and develop further the acquired skills.
Topics
(A)Reading Section:
A learner should be able to:
(i) comprehend the grammatical components identified in the syllabus in simple prescribed
texts.
(ii) understand some details of the text.
(B) Writing Section:
A learner should be able to:
(i) reproduce the grammatical components identified in the syllabus through written exercises.
(ii) convey some information and concepts clearly.
(C) Grammar Section:

Reflexive tense and Impersonal ‘SE’

Expressions of doubt – ‘seguramente / posiblemente’

Double negation

Comparison of equality, superiority and inferiority

Direct object pronoun

Conjunction – ‘además, es que, etc.’

Affirmative command – affirmative command (singular) + direct object pronoun
 Expressions such as <<TENER+QUE/DEBER+infinitivo>> /<<TENER QUE+infinitivo>>
/<<HAY QUE+infinitivo>>/<<¿PUEDO+infinitivo?>>/<<¿SE PUEDE+infinitivo? >>/<< ¿ME
DAS+…?>> / <<LLEVAR + gerundio + tiempo>>

TENER DOLER DE + Sustantivo
Prepositions ‘POR / PARA’
Contrast muy / mucho

Pretérito perfecto y pretérito indefinido: marcadores temporales del pasado
 Introduction to Past Imperfect Tense: morphology and uses – Irregular forms of the verbs
ser, ir
(D) Literature in simple Prose & Poetry:
(i) Besides the ones prescribed in Class-IX, the following authors may be added: Lope de Vega,
Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, Camilo José Cela, etc.
(ii) The learner is expected to know the name of the author, his/her most important work and
its subject matter. The learner should be able to write short paragraph using simple sentence
structures.
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 Note for the teacher: (Some recommendations)
1.
The above content should be presented and integrated in didactic materials and communicative
activities (related to school environment) inside the classroom in such a way that the learner
develops the following competencies:
Functional competencies:
Expresar hipótesis
Expresar dolor – hablar de síntomas y
Enfermedades
Añadir información y describir y valorar
una cosa
Hablar de planes y proyectos
Expresar obligación y necesidad Permiso

Describir personas/objetos en el pado
Contar sucesos pasados en relación con
Pedir algo / un favor y responder afirmatielpresente, contar experiencias de la vida
vamente o negativamente
ylas acciones de la semana
Pedir permiso, conceder o denegar el
Hablar de acciones del pasado que se
repiten, acciones habituales en el ado
Phonetical and orthographical competencies:
 La silaba fuerte
Entonación
Entonación de
interrogativas
2.
frases
afirmativas
e Entonación de frases usadas para disculparse
The following suggested lexicon to be integrated into materials and communicative activities in
such a way that the student practice the target language in real context:
Vocabulario para narrar experiencias de las  Señales de tráfico
vacaciones
Servicios de la calle
Los viajes
Mobiliario urbano
Establecimientos comerciales
Problemas de salud y medicamentos
 Prendas de vestir, tejidos, materiales y for- Obligaciones
mas, vocabulario de la moda
 Expresiones y frases hechas para reaccionar
Artículos de regalo, ropa, calzado y complementos
3.
Efforts should be made to provide socio-cultural information of Spanish-speaking countries:
lugares de interés turístico en el mundo hispano, principales premios del mundo de la culturateatro, cine, literatura-, horario comercial en el mundo hispano, signos específicos de algunos
establecimientos (correos, estancos, etc.), actos sociales: bodas, nacimientos, etc., Principales
autores de cuentos del mundo hispano, la sociedad española actual: el sistema de gobierno.
4.
The above-mentioned examples are suggestive in nature and the teacher depending on the needs
of the students may improvise the same within the framework of the prescribed syllabus.
Prescribed book:
-
Clave de sol, nivel 2 –Libro del alumno + CD audio (Unidad 1-7), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
-
Clave de sol, nivel 2 –Cuaderno de actividades (Workbook Unidad 1-7), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz
Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
639
-
Additional Material can also be done from Nuevo Español sin fronteras, ESF 2, by Jesús Sánchez
Lobato, concha Moreno García y Isabel Satos Gallego, SGEL, Madrid, 2007
Reference books:
-
Collins Gem Spanish School Dictionary, Collins, 2010 (GOYAL SaaB)
-
Nuevo Español sin fronteras ESF 2, Workbook, by Sánchez Lobato SGEL, Madrid, 2007
-
en acción A2, (CD + workbook) by Elena Verdía, Marisa González, et. al., enClave ELE (2011)
[Langers]
Centro Virtual Cervantes:
-
“Mi mundo en palabras”, http://cvc.cervantes.es/ensenanza/mimundo/default.htm
-
“Lecturas paso a paso” - http://cvc.cervantes.es/aula/lecturas/
640
SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH (CODE: 096)
CLASS - X
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
Topics
(A) Reading Section:
A learner should be able to:
(i) identify the logical argument of a simple text
(ii) understand the ideas implicit in the argument and extract key points from text, visual materials and graphics
(B) Writing Section:
A learner should be able to:
(i) write short compositions on everyday life situations on family, friends, festivals, cultural
events, city, etc. with emphasis on developing sentences with logical sequences
(ii) use language appropriate to purpose and audience
(C) Grammar Section:

Use of verbs SER, ESTAR, PENSAR y CREER to express opinion

Adjectiv <<mismo>>

Neutral <<LO>>

Uses of past tense and contrast between Past indefinite, Past perfect & Past imperfect

Resources to tell an anecdote

Resources to relate different events is the past

Resources to express surprise

Paraphrase <<pensar + infinitive>>, <<haber que + infinitivo>>

Consecutive conjunction – ‘por eso’

Idea of the subjunctive mood and basic uses of present subjunctive.

Conditional <<si>>

Direct & Indirect Object Pronoun

Negative Command (Singular/Plural) + Direct Object Pronoun
(D) Literature in simple Prose & Poetry:
(i) Besides the ones prescribed in Class-IX, the following authors may be added: Gabriel García
Márquez, Jorge Luis Borges, Mario Vargas Llosa, etc.
(ii) The learner is expected to know the name of the author, his/her most important work and
its subject matter. The learner should be able to write short paragraph using simple sentence
structures.
Note for the teacher: (Some recommendations)
1.
The above content should be presented and integrated in didactic materials and communicative
activities (related to school environment) inside the classroom in such a way that the learner
develops the following competencies:
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Functional competencies:
Hablar de planes y proyectos
Expresar sorpresa y extrañeza
Hablar de hechos históricos
Presentar una causa y una consecuencia
Relacionar diferentes acontecimientos del Reaccionar ante una información
Pasado
Dar instrucciones y consejos
 Hablar de recuerdos (eventos de la familia, Hacer recomendaciones, expresar
infancia, etc.)
prohibiciones
Comparar algo ahora y antes
Phonetical and orthographical competencies:
La acentuación de diptongos, triptongos e  Acentuacion de interrgativas Y exclamativas
Hiato
2.
The following suggested lexicon to be integrated into materials and communicative activities in
such a way that the student practice the target language in real context:
Viajes, tipos de turismo
 Las celebraciones
Descripción física de personas – carácter y
personalidad

Los
paisajes,
léxico
del
tiempo
Meteorológico
Léxico relacionado con permisos y Prohibiciones
Lugares de interés turístico en una ciudad,
categoría de instalaciones turísticas, Estados de ánimo, sentimientos
servicios en un hotel
lima
3.
Efforts should be made to provide socio-cultural information of Spanish-speaking countries:
distintos tipos de turismo-cultural, rural, etc., diferentes tipos de clima, cosas prácticas que
debe saber un turista cuando llega a España: abono transporte, servicio de información, etc.,
estrategias para participar en una conversación: interrumpir, tomar la palabra, el silencio,
el lenguaje no verbal, la proximidad y la distancia en el mundo hispano, museos y pintores
importantes del mundo hispano, la expresión de los sentimientos, la sociedad hispánica actual.
4.
The above-mentioned examples are suggestive in nature and the teacher depending on the needs
of the students may improvise the same within the framework of the prescribed syllabus.
Prescribed book:
-
Clave de sol, nivel 2 –Libro del alumno +CD audio (Unidad 8 - 15), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
-
Clave de sol, nivel 2 –Cuaderno de actividades (Workbook Unidad 8 - 15), by Mónica Caso, Beatriz
Rodríguez & María Luz Valencia, enClaveELE (2013) [Langers]
-
Additional Matcrial can be done from Nuevo Español sin fronteras ESF 2, by Jesús Sánchez Lobato,
concha Moreno García y Isabel Santos Gallego, SGEL, Madrid, 2007
Reference books:
-
Collins Gem Spanish School Dictionary, Collins, 2010 (GOYAL SaaB)
-
Nuevo Español sin fronteras ESF 2, Workbook, by Sánchez Lobato SGEL, Madrid, 2007
-
en acción A2, (CD + workbook) by Elena Verdía, Marisa González, et. al., enClave ELE (2011)
Langers]
Centro Virtual Cervantes:
-
“Mi mundo en palabras”, http://cvc.cervantes.es/ensenanza/mimundo/default.htm
-
“Lecturas paso a paso” - http://cvc.cervantes.es/aula/lecturas/
642
First Term (April 2016 – September 2016)
643
644
Second Term (October 2016 – March 2017)
645
646
First Term (April 2016 – September 2016)
647
648
Second Term (October 2016 – March 2017)
649
650
28. SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR TANGKHUL (CODE 093)
Class IX
First Term (April 2016-September 2016)
Section
No. of
question
Mark
1x15=15
1x15=15
1
10x1=10
1
5x1=5
VSA
5
1x5=5
C
2.
Etymology & Phonetics
(Grammar) 3.Tone
VSA
5
1x5=5
VSA
5
1x5=5
4.Sentence
VSA
5
1x5=5
5.Punctuation
VSA
5
1x5=5
1.Discipline
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.Chinaongara
SA
1
3x1=3
3.Ngarumsak
LA
1
5x1=5
A
(Reading)
Details of topic/chapter
Type of
question
Comprehesion
Three unseen passages of about 300 words each. MCQ or VSA
One grammar based question of 1 Mark will be set
from each passage.
B (Writing 1.Essay
LA
skill)
2.
Paragraph/Precis writing
LA
1.Vowel
D
Poetry
Prose
1.
Manipur wui ngashan
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Avaramli Leikashi
LA
1
5x1=5
3.
Khangareo, ngasamkakhui
VSA
2
2x=4
4.
Kamringphi eina Longyao
VSA
4
1x4=4
VSA
2
1x2=2
SA
2
3x2=6
VSA
2
1x2=2
90 marks
Kathaka Tuitam (Rapid reader)
1.
Maranao eina rameinao wui shongza
2.
Kapha ruichmnao
3.
RS. Suisa MP
Total
Prescribed books:
1.
Tangkhul Tuitam Kachiko.
2.
Tangkhul Grammar and Composition.
3.
Tangkhul Rapid Reader
651
SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR TANGKHUL (CODE 093)
Class IX
Second Term (October 2016-March 2017)
Section
A
(Reading)
Details of topic/chapter
Type of
question
No. of
question
Mark
1x15=15
1x15=15
1
10x1=10
1
5x1=5
VSA
5
1x5=5
VSA
5
1x5=5
VSA
5
1x5=5
4.Pronoun
VSA
5
1x5=5
5.Adjective
VSA
5
1x5=5
1.Ngaraikacha
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.Ningkathar
SA
1
3x1=3
3.Pheokhami
LA
1
5x1=5
1.Lairikshimli
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Rabindranath Tagore
LA
1
5x1=5
3.
Maj. Ralengnao Khathing wui mirin
VSA
2
2x2=4
VSA
4
1x4=4
Comprehesion
Three unseen passages of about 300 words each. MCQ or VSA
One grammar based question of 1 Mark will be set
from each passage.
B (Writing 1.
Chithi kakapi (letter writing) or Essay
LA
skill)
2.
Bio Sketch
LA
1.Homograph
C
2.Ideophone
(Grammar) 3.Noun
D
Poetry
Prose
khararchan
4.
Aruihon thot wui wunsimui
Kathaka Tuitam (Rapid reader)
1.
Heroshima li Atom bomb katha
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Gandhiji na khali kala ningkhangatei.
SA
2
3x2=6
3.
RS. Suisa MP
VSA
2
1x2=2
90 marks
Total
Prescribed books:
1.
Tangkhul Tuitam Kachiko.
2.
Tangkhul Grammar and Composition.
3.
Tangkhul Rapid Reader
652
SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR TANGKHUL (CODE 093)
Class X
Frist Term (April 2016-September 2016)
Section
A
(Reading)
Details of topic/chapter
Type of
question
No. of
question
Mark
1x15=15
1x15=15
1
10x1=10
1
5x1=5
5
1x5=5
Comprehesion
Three unseen passages of about 500 words each. MCQ or VSA
One grammar based question will be set from each
passage.
B (Writing 1.Essay
LA
skill)
2.Paragraph/Precis
LA
1.Ideophone
VSA
C
2.Noun
(Grammar) 3.Number
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
4.Gender
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
5.Pronoun
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
1.Jakhami
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Atam khamayon
SA
1
3x1=3
3.
Na Mirin
LA
1
5x1=5
1.
Chanrei phamkok Sakhamatha
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Abraham Linchan
LA
1
5x1=5
3.
Suisa Rungsung wui kasha
VSA
2
2x2=4
VSA
4
1x4=4
D
Poetry
Prose
Khararchan
4.
Alfred Nobel
Kathaka Tuitam (Rapid reader)
1.
Mirin wui thingrongnao
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Mirin atam
SA
2
3x2=6
3.
Manipur wui luikhava mirin
VSA
2
1x2=2
90 marks
Total
Prescribed books:
1.
Tangkhul Tuitam Kachiko.
2.
Tangkhul Grammar and Composition.
3.
Tangkhul Rapid Reader
653
SYLLABUS AND EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR TANGKHUL (CODE 093)
Class X
Second Term (Octobe 2016-March2017)
Section
No. of
question
Mark
1x15=15
1x15=15
1
10x1=10
1
5x1=5
VSA
5
1x5=5
C
2.Verb
(Grammar) 3.Adverb
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
4.Phrases
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
5.Tense
VSA/MCQ
5
1x5=5
A
(Reading)
Details of topic/chapter
Type of
question
Comprehesion
Three unseen passages of about 500 words each. MCQ or VSA
One grammar based question will be set from each
passage.
B (Writing 1.
Chithi kakapi (letter writing) of essay writing
LA
skill)
2.
Bio sketch
LA
1.Adjective
D
Poetry
1.
Kakholi Khamena kala mahaimei
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
William Pettigrew
SA
1
3x1=3
3.
Tangkhul Avaram
LA
1
5x1=5
1.
Rokshirao ramli yaokhava
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Wortam ramyao
LA
1
5x1=5
3.
Tangkhul ngashan
VSA
2
2x=4
4.
Shanaowui mashun
VSA
4
1x4=4
Prose
Kathaka Tuitam (Rapid reader)
1.
Achalakha wui Tangkhul mirin
VSA
2
1x2=2
2.
Chamtha cina chamthei
SA
2
3x2=6
VSA
2
1x2=2
90 marks
Total
Prescribed books:
1.
Tangkhul Tuitam Kachiko.
2.
Tangkhul Grammar and Composition.
3.
Tangkhul Rapid Reader
654
29. TELUGU -TELANGANA STATE (089)
Class – IX: 2016-17
I and II Terms-2016-17
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
No. of Periods
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:
Reading Comprehension
12 Marks
16 Pds
Section B
:Writing14 Marks20 Pds
Section C
:Grammar20 Marks20 Pds
Section D
:Literature44 Marks40 Pds
Design of Question Paper
Section
Type of
Questions
A
B
Unseen Passage
Writing
C
Grammar
D
Literature Reader (prose)
SAQ
LAQ
LAQ
MCQ
SAQ
VSAQ
LAQ
LAQ
VLAQ
SAQ
VSAQ
VLAQ
Total
Peotry
Non-Detail
655
No of
No. of
Total No.
Questions Marks Per of Marks
Question
6
2
12
1
8
8
1
6
6
12
1
12
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
1
4
4
2
41
4
4
8
2
½
5
8
8
8
8
2
10
90
SYLLABUS FOR TELUG TELAGANA (Code: 089)
CLASS – IX – 2016-17
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
1. Aparichita Gadyamsham (unseen prose passage)
(2x6=12M)
B) Writing Section14 marks
1.Lekha Rachana (Letter writing)(1x8=8M)
2.Sandesha Rachana (Message writing)(1x6=6M)
C) Grammar Section20 marks
1.
Telugu Sandhulu-Akaara, Ikaara, Ukaara Sandhulu
(5x1=5M)
2.Paryaaya Padaalu(3x1=3M)
3.
Prakriti-Vikritulu
(4x1/2=2M)
4.
Vyatirekqa Padaalu
(4x1/2=2M)
5.Jateeyaalu(2x2=4M)
6.Saametalu(4x1=4M)
Prescribed Text Book: Singidi-1, Publishsed by Government of Telangana (1st Edition 2015)
D) Literature Section: Text44 marks
Prose- (Lessons to be taught)(4x4=16M)
2.
Nenerigina Boorugula
Ranga Charyatho mukhanykhi
4.
Poetry- (Lessons to be taught)(1x8=8M)
1.Dharmaarjunulu(2x5=10M)
3.
Valasa Kooli
8.
Udyama Spoorthi
Non-Detail: Upavaachakam (Lesson to be taught)
1. Komaram Bheem,
2. Suravaram Prathapareddy
3. Kaaloji
656
(2x5=10M)
SYLLABUS FOR TELUGU TELANGANA STATE (089)
CLASS – IX – 2016-17
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
1. Aparichita Gadyamsham (unseen prose passage)
(2x6=12M)
B) Writing Section14 marks
1.
Lekha Rachana (Letter writing)
(1x8=8M)
2.Prakatana (Notice writing)(1x6=6M)
C) Grammar Section20 marks
1.
Sams Krutha Sandhulu – Savarna Deergha, Guna, Vriddhi, Yanadesha (5x1=5M)
2.Paryaaya Padaalu(3x1=3)
3.Prakriti-Vikritulu(4x1/2)
4.Vyatirekqa Padaalu(4x1/2=2M)
5.Jaateeyaalu(2x2=4M)
6.Saametalu(4x1=4M)
Prescribed Text Book: Singidi-1, Published by Government of Telangana (1st Edition 2015)
D) Literature Section: Text44 marks
Prose-(Lessons to be taught)(4x4=16M)
10. Vaagbhushanam
12. Theeyani Palakarimpu
Poetry- (Lessons to be taught)(1x8=8M)
5.Shataka Madhurima(2x5=10M)
7. Chelimi
11. Vaayasam
Non-detail: Upavaachakam (Lessons to be taught)
4. Jaya Shankar
5. Swami vivekananda
657
(2x5=10M)
TELUGU-TELANGANA STATE (089)
CLASS – X: I and II Terms – 2016-17
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
No. of Periods
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:
Reading Comprehension
12 Marks
16 Pds
Section B
:Writing14 Marks20 Pds
Section C
:Grammar20 Marks20 Pds
Section D
:Literature44 Marks40 Pds
Design of Question Paper
Section
Type of
Question
A
B
Unseen Passage
Writing
C
Grammar
D
Literature Reader (prose)
SAQ
LAQ
LAQ
MCQ
SAQ
VSAQ
LAQ
LAQ
VLAQ
SAQ
VSAQ
VLAQ
Total
Peotry
Prose & Poetry
Non-Detail
658
No of
No. of
Total No.
Questions Marks Per of Marks
Question
6
2
12
1
8
8
1
6
6
12
1
12
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
1
4
4
2
41
4
4
8
2
½
5
8
8
8
8
2
10
90
SYLLABUS FOR TELUGU – TELANGANA STATE (089)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
Unseen prose passage (Aparichita Gadyamsam)
B) Writing Section:14 marks
1.
Letter Writing (Lekha Rachana)
(1x8=8M)
2.Dairy Entry (Dinacharya)(1x6=6M)
C) Grammar Section:20 marks
1.
Telugu Sandhulu - Amredita, Pumpvadesa, Padvadi Sandhulu (4x1=4M)
2.
Chandassu - Utpalamala, Champakamala
3.
Samaasaalu - Dwandva, Dvigu, Bahuvreehi & Rupaka Samaasaalu (4x1=4M)
(4x1=4M)
4.Jaatiyaalu(2x2=4M)
5.Saametalu(4x1=4M)
Prescribed Text Book: Singidi-2, Published by Government of Telangana (1st Edition 2015)
D) Literature Section: Text44 marks
Prose – (Lesson to be taught)
2.Evari bhasha variki vinasompu(2x4=8M)
4. Kothabata
Poetry- (Lesson to be taught)
1.Daana Sheelam(1x8=8M)
3.Veera Telangana(2x4=8M)
5.
Nagara Geetham
Prose & Poetry:
1.
Pariyaya padamulu
(2x2=2M)
2.
Prakruthi Vikruthulu
(4x1/2=2M)
3.
Nanarthamulu
(2x2=4M)
Non-Detail Text: (Mana Ithihasam Ramayanam) Bala Kaandam, Ayodhya Kaandam, Aranya Kaandam.
659
(2x5=10M)
SYLLABUS FOR TELUGU – TELANGANA STATE (089)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM-2016-17(OCTOBER 2016– MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
Unseen prose passage (Aparichita Gadyamsam)
(6x2=12M)
B) Writing Section:14 marks
1.
Letter Writing (Lekha Rachana)
(1x8=8M)
2.
News Writing (Vaartha Rachana)
(1x6=6M)
C) Grammar Section:20 marks
1.
Telugu Sandhulu - Gasadavadesa, Rugagama, Dvirukta, Trika (4x1=4M)
2.
Chandassu - Mattebhamu, Shardulamu
3.
Alankaralm - Upama, Athishayokti, Krama, Arthantharanayasa
(4x1=4M)
(4x1=4M)
4.Jaatiyaalu(2x2=4M)
5.Saametalu(4x1=4M)
Prescribed Text Book: Singidi-2, Published by Government of Telangana (1st Edition 2015)
D) Literature Section: Text44 marks
Prose – (Lesson to be taught)
8.Lakshya Siddhi(2x4=8M)
10. Golkonda Pattanam
Poetry- (Lesson to be taught)
7.Shathaka Madhurima(1x8=8M)
9. Jeevan Bhashyam (2x4=8M)
11. Bhiksha
Prose & Poetry:
1.
Pariyaya Padamulu
(2x2=4M)
2.Prakruthi Vikruthulu(4x1/2=2M)
3.Naanaarthamulu(2x2=4M)
Non-Detail Text: (Mana Ithihasam Ramayanam) KrshkindhaKandam, Sundarakandam, Yuddhakandam.
660
(2x5=10M)
30. TELUGU (CODE: 007)
Class – IX: I and II Terms (2016-2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
No. of Periods
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:
Reading Comprehension
12 Marks
16 Pds
Section B
:Writing14 Marks20 Pds
Section C
:Grammar20 Marks20 Pds
Section D
:Literature44 Marks40 Pds
Design of Question Paper
No. of Questions
9 S.A.Q.
2 L.A.Q.
1 V.L.A.Q.
4 M.C.Q.
4 M.C.Q.
12 M.C.Q.
No. of Marks Per Question
02
08
10
½
½
1
Total No. of Marks
18
16
10
02
02
12 (Internal division)
i.e. 5x1, 3x1, 4x1 in
2 L.A.Q.
4 S.A.Q.
2 L.A.Q.
Total=40
04
03
05
-
661
03 Q)
08
12
10
90
SYLLABUS FOR TELUGU (CODE: 007)
CLASS – IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
Aparichita Gadyamsham (unseen prose passage)
B) Writing Section18 marks
1.
Lekha Rachana (Report writing)
2.
Vyasa Rachana (Essay writing)
C) Grammar Section20 marks
1.
Telugu Sandhulu-Akaara, Ikaara, Ukaara Sandhulu
2.
Paryaaya Padaalu
3. Prakriti-Vikritulu
4.
Vyatirekqa Padaalu
5. Jateeyaalu
6. Saametalu
Prescribed Text Book: Telugu Divvelu-1, Publishsed by Government of Andhra Pradesh (2013 New
Edition)
D) Literature Section: Text40 marks
Prose- 2.
Swabhasha
4.
Prerana
6.
Prabodham
Poetry- 1.
Santhi Kanksha
3.
Siva Taandavam
5.
Padya Ratnaalu
Non-Detail: Telugu Upavachakamu (class IX) Sphurthi Daatalu Published by Government of Andhra
Pradesh
1.
Swami Vivekananda
2.
Neenu Savitribaayini
662
SYLLABUS FOR TELUGU (CODE: 007)
CLASS – IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
Aparichita Gadyamsham (unseen prose passage)
B) Writing Section18 marks
1.
Lekha Rachana (Report writing)
2.
Vyasa Rachana (Essay writing)
C) Grammar Section20 marks
1.
Sanskrita Sandhulu – Savarna Deergha, Guna, Vriddhi, Yanaadesha Sandhulu
2.
Paryaya Padaalu
3.
Prakriti Vikritulu
4.
Vyatireka Padaalu
5. Jaateeyaalu
6. Saametalu
Prescribed Text Book: Telugu Divvelu-1, Published by Government of Andhra Pradesh.
D) Literature Section: Text40 marks
Prose-
8.
Seetakka Pendli
10. Chudadamane Kala
12. Brathuku Pusthakam
14. Dharma Deeksha
Poetry- 7.
Sa-Se-Mi-Ra
9.
Rubaayeelu
11. Eepsa
13. Bhoomi Putrudu
Non-detail: Telugu Upavachakamu (class IX) Sphurthi Daatalu Published by Government of Andhra
Pradesh (2013 New Edition)
3.
Gidugu Rama Murthy Pantulu
4.
Aacharya Bhadri Raju Krishna Murthy
6.
Kaapu Rajayya
663
TELUGU (CODE: 007)
CLASS – X: I and II Terms 2016-2017
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
No. of Periods
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:
Reading Comprehension
12 Marks
16 Pds
Section B
:Writing18 Marks20 Pds
Section C
:Grammar20 Marks20 Pds
Section D
:Literature40 Marks40 Pds
Design of Question Paper
No. of Questions
No. of Marks Per Question
Total No. of Marks
9 S.A.Q.
2 L.A.Q.
1 V.L.A.Q.
2 L.A.Q.
16 M.C.Q.
02
08
10
05
01
18
16
10
10
16 (Internal division
4x1, 4x1, 4x1
2 L.A.Q.
4 S.A.Q.
Total=36
2x1+2x1)=4
08
12
90
04
03
-
Guidelines/Activities for Formative Assessment
For Classes – IX and X for Telugu language
Marks: (20+20)=40
For both Terms and for both Classes:
1.
Project work:1.
File making
2.
Chart making/preparation
2.
Class work and Home work:
1.
Notes
2.
Assignments (weekly, monthly tests)
3.
Oral Test:1.
Quiz
2.
Poems
3.
Reading
4.
Story telling
4.
Speech on:
1.
Two minute talk (current Topics)
2.
Debate
3.
Group Discussion
664
SYLLABUS FOR TELUGU (CODE: 007)
CLASS – X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
Unseen prose passage (Aparichita Gadyamsam)
B) Writing Section:18 marks
1.
Report Writing (Lekha Rachana)
2.
Essay Writing (Vyasarachana)
C) Grammar Section:20 marks
1.
Telugu Sandhulu - Rugaagamma, Trika Sandhulu, Pumpvadesa,
Padvadi Sandhulu(4x1=4M)
2.
Chandassu - Utpalamala, Champakamala
(4x1=4M)
3.
Samaasaalu - Dwandva, Dvigu, Bahuvreehi & Rupaka Samaasaalu (4x1=4M)
4.Jaatiyaalu(2x2=4M)
5.Saametalu(2x1=2M)
6.Paryaya Padaalu(2x1=2M)
Prescribed Text Book: Telugu Divvelu-2 Published by Government of Andhra Pradesh (2014 New Edition)
D) Literature Section: Text Book40 marks
Prose2. Dhanyudu
4.
Jaanapaduni Jaabu
6.
Yakshudi Appu
Poetry1. Vennela
3. Matrubhavana
Non-Detail Text: Bala Kaandam, Ayoodhya Kaandam, Aranya Kaandam
665
SYLLABUS FOR TELUGU (CODE: 007)
CLASS – X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
A) Reading Section12 marks
Unseen prose passage (Aparichita Gadyamsam)
B) Writing Section:18 marks
1.
Report Writing (Lekha Rachana)
2.
Essay Writing (Vyasarachana)
C) Grammar Section:20 marks
1.Gasadadavaadesa Sandhi, Tugagaama, 4x1=4M
Dvirukta, Amredita Sandhulu
2.Chandassu - Mattebham, Shardulam4x1=4M
3.
Alankaralm - Upama, Atisayokti, Arthantaranyasa, Kramalankaralu 4x1=4M
4.Jaatiyaalu2x2=4M
5.Saametalu2x1=2M
6.Paryaya Padaaln2x1=2M
Prescribed Text Book: Telugu Divvelu-2 Published by Government of Andhra Pradesh (2014 New Edition)
D) Literature Section: Text Book40 marks
Prose
10. 12. Maa Prayatnam
Gorantha Deepalu
14. Chitraqreevam
Poetry
5.
Sataka Madhurima
11. Manikya Veena
13. Bhiksha
Non-Detail Text: Kishkindha Kaandam, Sundaraa Kaandam, Yuddha Kandam
666
31. TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS - IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
SECTION- A
Applied Grammar: Third chapter of Dagyig ngag sgron and sgra gcig do mang lu jug pa
Tibetan language textbook for class IX Lesson No. 1 & 2 Page 1 to 12
12
SECTION- B
Comprehension of an unseen prose based on some descriptive a topic e.g. game, social
events
8
SECTION- C
A
B
Letter Writing-to and from friends and relatives on domestic topics
10
Essay Writing
10
SECTION- D
1
2
3
Prose: My land and My People Lesson No. 6 & 7 pg. 25-41
25
Poetry: Sa-Skya Legs - Bshad Lesson No. 10 ,11,12 pg. 56-84
15
Rapid Reading: My land and My people Lesson No. 14 pg. 103-112
10
Books prescribed for session A to D
Tibetan prescribed for class IX
Printed by Sherig Parkhang/ TCRPC
667
TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - I
CLASS - IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Section
Section A
Details of Topics/ Section
Type of Questions
LA,
No. of
Question
SA,
4
12
Very short
Very short
LA
LA
LA
4
8
2
2
8
10
10
SA
Understanding
1
6 & 7 pg.25-44
Difficult Level
4
Poetry: Sa-Skya
Explanation
3
Short
1
Lesson No. 10 ,11,12 pg.56-84
Understanding
2
Rapid Reading: My land and My
Multiple
Choice
5
Grammar: Third chapter of Dagyig
ngag sgron
Lesson No. 1 & 2
Section B
Section C
Section D
Total: 90 Marks
Comprehension
Letter Writing
Essay Writing
Prose: Nang pai Choskyi
Gnas tshul Sa-bcad
My land and My People Lesson No.
Legs-Bshad
people
Question
Lesson No. 14 pg.103-112
Total
Marks
2
2
25
2
15
10
90 marks
668
TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS - IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
SECTION- A
Applied Grammar : sgra gcig don mangla jug pa Lesson No. 3 & 4 Pg.11 to 24
12
SECTION- B
Comprehension of an unseen prose based on some descriptive a topic e.g. environment or
translation Tibetan to English
8
SECTION- C
A
B
Letter Writing - Application for Leave
10
Essay Writing
10
SECTION- D
1
2
Prose: las bras kyi skor
3
Rapid Reading : My land and My people Lesson No. 15-16 pg. 113-129
25
Poetry: Sa-Skya Legs-Bshad and lugs zung bslap bya Lesson No. 12 and 13 pg. 15
84-102
Books prescribed for session A to D
Tibetan prescribed for class IX
Printed by Sherig Parkhang/ TCRPC
669
10
TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
CLASS - IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Section
Section A
Section B
Section C
Section D
Details of Topics/ Section
Total: 90 Marks
Type of Questions
LA
No. of
Question
sgra gcig don mangla jug pa
SA
4
12
Lesson No. 3 & 4 Pg.11to24
Comprehension
Letter Writing
Essay Writing
Prose:
VSA
VSA
LA
LA
LA
4
8
2
2
8
10
10
las bras kyi skor
SA
1
My land and My People Lesson No. 8
Understanding
2
& 9 pg.45-55
Difficult Level
4
Explanation
3
SA
1
Based on
2
Grammar:
Poetry: Sa-Skya Legs-Bshad and lugs
zung bslap bya
Lesson No. 12 and 13
pg. 84-102
Marks
2
2
25
15
Understanding
Rapid Reading: My land and My
people
Multiple
Choice
Lesson No. 15-16
5
10
Question
pg.113-129
Total
90
670
TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS - X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
SECTION- A
A
B
Grammar: Sum Chu Pa Lesson No. 1 & 2 pg. 1-12
C
Composition and Letter Writing- To stranger ( placing order, replies, enqurires 10
on question)
Essay Writing on descriptive topic e.g. Festival, Journey scenes, etc.
10
D
15
Comprehension - comprehenion of an unseen Tibetan passang based on some 8
descriptive topic, e.g. social festivals
SECTION- B
1
2
3
Prose: Sherting Lesson No. 7 & 8 Page No. 37 to 67
25
Poetry: Sa-Skya Legs-Bshad Lesson No. 10 Page No. 103 to 114
12
Rapid Reading: My land & my people Lesson No. 12 pg. 127-140
10
Books prescribed for session A to D
Tibetan prescribed for class X
Printed by Sherig Parkhang/ TCRPC
671
TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - I
CLASS - X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Section A
Section B
Details of Topics/ Section
Type of Questions
Grammar: Sum Chu Pa Lesson No. 1 & 2 pg. 1-12
Essay
Total: 90 Marks
No. of
Question
2
Marks
15
Short
4
Comprehension
Letter Writing
Essay Writing
Prose: Sherting
Very short
Very short
Essay
Essay
Essay
4
8
2
2
8
10
10
3
25
Lesson No. 7 & 8
Short
1
Page No. 37 to 67
Understanding
3
Poetry: Sa-Skya Legs-Bshad Lesson No. 10
Difficult Level
Explanation
3
3
Short
1
Understanding
Multiple
Choice
2
5
Page No. 103 to 114
Rapid Reading: My land & my people
Lesson No. 12 pg.127-140
Question
Total
12
10
90 Marks
672
TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS - X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 – MARCH 2017)
Time: 3Hrs
Total: 90 Marks
SECTION- A
A
B
C
D
Grammar: Sum Chu Pa Lesson No. 3 4 & 5 pg. 13-32
Comprehension - comprehension of an unseen Tibetan passang based on some
descriptive topic, e.g. social festivals
Composition and Letter Writing- 1 Application for job 2 Complaint, apologies,
request etc.
Essay Writing on descriptive topic e.g. Festival, Memorable events in student’s
life
15
8
10
10
SECTION- B
1
2
3
Prose: Sherting Lesson No. 8 & 9
25
Poetry: Sa-Skya Legs-Bshad Lesson No. 11 Page No. 115to 126
12
Rapid Reading: My land & my people Lesson No. 13 pg.141-151
10
Books prescribed for session A to D
Tibetan prescribed for class X
Printed by Sherig Parkhang/ TCRPC
673
TIBETAN (CODE: 017)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
CLASS - X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hrs
Section
Section A
Details of Topics/ Section
Type of
Questions
Essay,
No. of
Question
2
Marks
Short
4
Total = 15
Comprehension
Letter Writing
Essay Writing
Prose: Sherting
Very short
Very short
Essay
Essay
Essay
4
8
2
2
Total = 8
Total = 10
Total = 10
3
Lesson No. 8 & 9
Short
1
Understanding
3
Difficult Level
3
Explanation
3
Short
1
Total = 12
Understanding
Multiple
Choice
2
5
Total = 10
Grammar: Sum Chu Pa Lesson No. 3, 4 & 5
pg.13-32
Section B
Total: 90 Marks
Page No. 68 to 102
Poetry: Sa-Skya Legs-Bshad
Lesson No. 11
Page No. 115 to 126
Rapid Reading: My land & my people Lesson
No. 13 Page No. 141 to 151
Total = 25
Question
Total
Total = 90
674
32. URDU COURSE A (CODE: 003)
Class-IX
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
675
676
Second Term (October 2016 - March 2017)
677
678
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
10
679
05
05
680
Second Term (October 2016 - March 2017)
10
03
05
681
05
05
682
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
683
684
Second Term (October 2016 - March 2017)
685
686
First Term (April 2016 - September 2016)
687
688
Second Term (October 2016 - March 2017)
689
690
691
692
34. GURUNG (CODE NO. 132)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
CLASS - IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
693
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
CLASS - IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3hrs
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
Question shall be distributed in the following section.
1. Section A-Reading Comprehension10
2. Section B- Writing –i) Letter ii) Essay iii) Translation 5+10+5= 20
3. Section C-Grammar25
4. Section D-Literature35
Arrangement of section and Weightage to content
694
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
CLASS - IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
695
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
CLASS - IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time: 3hrs
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
Question shall be distributed in the following section.
1. Section A-Reading Comprehension10
2. Section B- Writing –i) Letter ii) Essay iii) Translation 5+10+5= 20
3. Section C-Grammar25
4. Section D-Literature35
Arrangement of section and Weightage to content
696
GURUNG (CODE NO. 132)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
CLASS - X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
697
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
CLASS - X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3hrs
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
Question shall be distributed in the following section.
1. Section A-Reading Comprehension10
2. Section B- Writing –i) Letter ii) Essay iii) Translation 5+10+5= 20
3. Section C-Grammar25
4. Section D-Literature35
Arrangement of section and Weightage to content
Sl.
Section
No.
1 Reading
No. Of
question
02
Marks
Short Answer type questions (SA)
04
08
Letter Writing
Personal/Official
01
05
Essay Writing
Any in 100 words
01
10
Translation
Grammar
English to Gurung- Unseen passage
Short Answer type questions (SA)
01
05
05
10

Long Answer type questions (LA)
03
15
Literature-
Very Short Answer Type Questions (VSA)
05
05
Prose
Short Answer Type Questions (SA
03
06

Long Answer Type Questions (LA)
02
10
Poetry Section
Making sentences
04
04

Long Answer question
02
10
33
90
comprehension
2
3
4.
Type of questions
One sentence answer , One word answer
02
(Non Textual)
(Writing )
Total
698
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
CLASS - X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
699
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
CLASS - X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time: 3hrs
Total-90 marks
6(Six) periods a week
Question shall be distributed in the following section.
1. Section A-Reading Comprehension10
2. Section B- Writing –i) Letter ii) Essay iii) Translation 5+10+5= 20
3. Section C-Grammar25
4. Section D-Literature35
Arrangement of section and Weightage to content
Sl.
Section
No.
1 Reading
No. Of
question
04
Marks
Short Answer type questions (SA)
03
06
Letter Writing
Personal/Official
01
05
Essay Writing
Any in 100 words
01
10
Translation
Grammar
English to Gurung- Unseen passage
Short Answer type questions (SA)
01
05
05
10

Long Answer type questions (LA)
03
15
Literature-
Very Short Answer Type Questions (VSA)
05
05
Prose
Short Answer Type Questions (SA
03
06

Long Answer Type Questions (LA)
02
10
Poetry Section
Making sentences
04
04

Long Answer question
02
10
34
90
comprehension
2
3
4.
Type of questions
Very short answer type (VSA)
04
(Non Textual)
(Writing )
Total
700
35. TAMANG (CODE NO. 133)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
CLASS IX
(APRIL 2016- SEPTEMBER 2016)
Total Marks : 90
Section
Topic
A
Reading - Unseen
Passage
B
Letter Writing
C
Lessons
6(Six) periods a week
Prescribed Books
-
Marks
10
Personal
-
5
Essay Writing
Any
-
10
Translation
Unseen
-
5
Grammar
i) Kinchig
Tamang Tamsal
ii) Mhoichig
then Chyom Dig
iii) Higjyon
Prepared by
-
iv) Chigmafeg
Tamang Language
v) Taam
25
Development
Board, STBA
D
Literature -
Hwaidang
Prose Section/
Rapid
Jinpa
Reader
Chhatpagadey
Brishyu Hoisher
Prepared b\
Gyagartenla Hrangwang
Tamang Language
Development
14
Board, STBA
Poetry Section
Tamang Hwaishyu
i) Hyang seba
Hoisher
Kharanglasi
ii) Barsey
Prepared by
iii) Lopkhen Gade Khenba
E
Tamang Language
iv) Goila Kwan
Development
v) Dini Gaalji
Board. STBA
Play
Total
701
15
6
90
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
CLASS IX
(OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Total Marks : 90
Section
Topic
A
Reading - Unseen
Passage
B
Letter Writing
C
Lessons
Prescribed Books
-
Marks
10
Personal
-
5
Essay Writing
Any
-
10
Translation
Unseen
-
5
Grammar
i) Hrenglan Tosa Ngyot
-
ii) Hrenglan Tosa Ngyot Don
Briba
Tamsal
Prepared by
Tamang
iii) Tunlan Tosa Ngyot
iv) Tunlan Tosa Ngyot Don
Briba
D
6(Six) periods a week
Language
25
Development
Board, STBA
Brishvu-Hoiser
Literature -
i) Longpa
Prose Section/
Rapid
ii) Dubthop Mila Repala Kai
Prepared by
Tamang
Reader
Language
14
Development
Board, STBA
Poetry Section
i) Ngala Gyot
Hwaishyu
ii) Gyoi Jaja
Prepared by
iii) Aai Khau
Tamang
iv) Khaduila Mhang
15
Language
Development
Board, STBA
E
Play
Total
702
6
90
TAMANG LANGUAGE - CLASS X
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
(CODE: No 133)
(APRIL 2016- SEPTEMBER 2016)
Total Marks : 90
Section
Topic
A
Reading-Unseen
Passage
B
Letter Writing
C
Prescribed Books
-
Marks
10
Personal
-5
20
Essay Writing
Any
-10
Translation
Unseen
i)Kyalo
-5
Tamang Tamsal
ii)Sanbri
Prepared by Tamang
Grammar
Lessons
6(Six) periods a week
-
iii)
Tamang Gyotla Tunba Lhorgyu
iv)
Tamang Semlhengla Lhorgyu
Language
Development
25
Board, STBA
D
Literature- Prose
Section/Rapid
Reader
i)Klangkyu
ii)
Swami Vivekananda Osem
Cicago
iii)Semtaam
E
F
Poetry Section
iv)
Chyarba Thhen Mhisyal
v)
i)
Tamang Rimthim Thhen Lhugso
Nga Yungba
ii)
Brigula Chyar
iii)
Niduila Danso
iv)
Mhi Gignon Aarey
v)
Ngala Shutaam
Play
Total
703
Tamang Brishyu
Hoisher Prepared
by Tamang Language
Development Board,
STBA
Tamang Hwaishyu
Hoisher prepared
by Tamang Language
Development Board,
STBA.
14
15
06
90
TAMANG LANGUAGE – CLASS X
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
(Code: No.133)
(OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Total Marks : 90
Section
Topic
A
Reading - Unseen
Passage
B
Letter Writing
C
Lessons
-
6(Six) periods a week
Prescribed Books
-
Personal
-5
Essay Writing
Any
-10
Translation to
Tamang
Unseen
-5
Grammar
i)
Tunba Tosa Ngyot
ii)
Hrengba Tosal Ngyot
Marks
10
20
Tamsal Tamsal
Chyomdik
Prepared by
Tamang
25
Language
Development
D
Literature -
i)
Prose Section/
Rapid
ii) Dug Hyul
Nhangba Chyoi Thhen Chiba Chyoi
Board, STBA
Tamang Brishyu
Hosiher
14
Prepared by
Reader
Tamang
Language
Development
E
Poetry Section
i)
Chu Sem
ii)
Kargil
Board, STBA
Tamang Hwaishyu
Hosiher
15
Prepared by
iii) Dungal
Tamang
iv) Dui
Language
Development
Board, STBA
F
Play
Total
704
06
90
36. SHEPRA (CODE NO. 134)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
CLASS IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Group Topics
A
Reading Leu-tsen ne Tri-wa tiwai len Trikub.
B
Marks
10
(Unseen Passage) Book not Prescribed.
Writing
(i) Tri-Tsom (Essay Writing) Shey-rig Yon-Ten Gal-chen Kor Shyedpa Khor-yug
08
Tsang-drak ki kor shyed-pa
(ii) Taang-Yig (Letter Writing) Lob-chi chyog-la Nyin chig-ki Gong-shyu.
07
Rangi dalja-la gong-mui shey-laktu dron shyu.
(iii) Ked-Gyur (Translation)
05
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
C
Published by : Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Grammar
(i) Ked-rhek, Yig-gi, Tseg-drub
15
(ii) Taampey
(iii) Shey-Sha
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
D
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok)
Literature
Prose: Sherpai Ked-Dep
(i) Pang Lha Sol
20
(ii) Mila Gopai Yon-ten Sum
(iii) Losar ki kor Shyed-pa
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Ked- Dep”
Published by: ShLanguage Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Poetry: Sherpai Leg-Shyed. (Tseg-ched 01 - 25 par sag
(i) Tsig-ched ki derl-shey gya-kub
10
(ii) Tsig-ched nang-ne tsig-ched chig tri-kub
(iii) Daham-ni Tri-kub
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Leg-Shyed”
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Rapid Reader: Sherpai Mola Shey-pa.
(Shyog-leb 01-19 par sag.)
705
15
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - I
SHERPA CODE: 134 CLASS IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hours
Maximum Marks: 90
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension10 Marks
Section B
:Letter Writing07 Marks
Essay Writing08 Marks
Translation05 Marks
Section C
:Applied Grammar15 Marks
Section D
:Literature45 Marks
Section
A1
Topics
Types
No. of
of Ques.
Ques.
Marks
Reading Comprehension
Dhe-ljyong
05
B2
Lob pen chenpo padma jyung ne ki ngosu
chyoni chyingi rlob pai sang bai neh behyul
dhe mo ljyong di yamchen khed cho dang
den pain eh khed par chen shig yin. Neh dihi
nangla nangpai gonad mangpu jyal gyu hoyed.
Behyul deh ljyong si ne ming tagpai dondag
kang yin sheyna dowa semchen don la phen
pai shing dhe nachok ked yope “Dhe” tang
yul tham chyed yangpa kangri tang denpar
shyong chen hotub tabki “ljyong” tang neh
dhir Guruh samki mikhyabpai ter natsok ma
hongpai dohi don tu behpe na “Beh Yul” yang
yin. Jamling yongla nyendak hotub Kangchen
Jed Nga Tagtse shedpa di Dhe Ljyong ki phula
gyalwa rignga nangshyin neh hoyed. Jed Nga
sikyahu di Tsahi jed, Ser tang Ngul ki jed, Chyo
tang Nor ki jed, Koh tang Tsonki jed, Duh tang
Menki jed nga di yul lha zibdak nam nehni dila
sungkyob gye hotub yin. Dhe Ljyong di nangpa
Sangay pai cholug tar khyab chig yin. Yin yang
tingsang yul dihi nangla mirig natsok so soi ked
tang rigjyung tang cholug kih chog bai rigthun
chig drhil metog dhumra nang shyin choni
hotub yin.
Essay Writing (Dritsom)
(i)
Sherig Yonten Galchen ki kor shyedpa
Short Answer
10
Write an
Essay on any
Khor yug tsangdrak ki kor shyedpa
one Topic
Rangi Ked tang Rigjyung kor.
706
01
08
(ii)
Letter Writing (Tangyig)
Write an
Lobchyi chyog la nyin chigi gong shyu.
(iii)
C3
07
01
05
application
Rangi Dalja la gongmu sedla drondu shyu
bul.
Translation
English
A visit to a village farm
into Sherpa
My friend, Tashi, lives in a village. His
father is a farmer. He has a big farm. He
grow vegetables and fruits in his farm.
Last Sunday, Gelek took me to his village.
We reached there early in the morning.
We went to their farm. We saw trees laden
with fruits. We also saw vegetables grown
in the farm. There were tomatoes, brinjals,
cucumbers and peas. We sat under a tree
and took tea. It was a happy experience. I
enjoyed the visit to the village farm very
much.
Grammar (Sumtag)
Short Ans./
04
10
V. Short
03
03
Ans./
02
02
Short Ans.
03
15
Pang Lha Sol.
V. Short
05
05
Mila Gohpai Yonten Sum.
Answers.
Explanation
01
04
Legshyed Tsigchyed 1 – 25 Sag.
Write a
01
04
Tsigchyed ki Drelshey Gyaptang.
poetry.
Tsigchyed Nang-ne Tsig-chyed chyig Trikub.
M. C. Q.
02
02
Short
05
15
a) Ked-rig- gi kor shedpa Yig-gi Namshyag
shyed tsul. Tsegdrub
b) Peytaam
V. Short Ans.
c) Sheysa
Literature
D4
(i)
01
Prose (Sherpai Ked-Deb)
Losar ki Kor Shedpa
Ravindra Nath Thagor
(ii)
(iii)
Poetry (Legshyed)
Dhamni Trikub
Supplementary
Molwa / Mola Shyedpa – 01 – 19 Sag.
Answers
707
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
CLASS IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Group Topics
A
Reading Leu-tsen ne Tri-wa tiwai len Trikub.
B
Marks
10
(Unseen Passage) Book not Prescribed.
Writing
(i) Tri-Tsom (Essay Writing) Shey-rig Yon-Ten Gal-chen Kor Shyedpa Khor-yug
08
Tsang-drak ki kor shyed-pa
(ii) Taang-Yig (Letter Writing) Lob-chi chyog-la Nyin chig-ki Gong-shyu.
07
Rangi dalja-la gong-mui shey-laktu dron shyu.
(iii) Ked-Gyur (Translation)
05
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
C
Published by : Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Grammar
(i) Ked-rhek, Yig-gi, Tseg-drub
15
(ii) Taampey
(iii) Shey-Sha
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
D
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok)
Literature
Prose: Sherpai Ked-Dep
(i) Jubu Jyang-dhar ki kor
20
(ii) Jik-ten Chyag-tsul Dhor-dhu shyed-pa
(iii) Lha Babb Tuh-chen
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Ked- Dep”
Published by: ShLanguage Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Poetry: Sherpai Leg-Shyed. (Tseg-ched 26 - 51 par sag
(i) Tsig-ched ki derl-shey gya-kub
10
(ii) Tsig-ched nang-ne tsig-ched chig tri-kub
(iii) Daham-ni Tri-kub
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Leg-Shyed”
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Rapid Reader: Sherpai Mola Shey-pa.
(Shyog-leb 20-51 par sag.)
708
15
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
SHERPA CODE: 134 CLASS IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hours
Maximum Marks: 90
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension10 Marks
Section B
:Letter Writing07 Marks
Essay Writing08 Marks
Translation05 Marks
Section C
:Applied Grammar15 Marks
Section D
:Literature45 Marks
Section
A1
Topics
Types
No. of
of Ques.
Ques.
Marks
Reading Comprehension
Tud-do Semchen ki Tsogpa
05
Nyin chig nagtho chig gi nangla Tud-do semchen tiba dhuni
ghaden chig tsogbu nok. Rang rang so soi chyam drel giyin
ton med tamla yehni dhed. Ukku chig tingla khobrang rang
rangi khyed chyo shyedpe ngagyal gyidrub goh tsug bu
yinok.
B2
Gotangpo sengey yar langni “Nga di nags thruh nangi sem
chen tob chenbu di yin. Nge tobshyugi nga khyebai gyalpo
chyung thubu yin.” Sir ne sikya nog. Tama Kib chyang chigi
– “Nga tih teri nang ne sem chen chyang shyogpa yin. Nge
chyu keh chi nok mi dug pai duh laying sama tsalni mi
lu tsohi donla kochyed thub pu yin.” Tama Mapchya chig
pushyog yar langni – “Dinok pushyog jemu khyere namlang
thong nyonga.” “Nga teri nang ne tob chedak di yin. Nye
chyewe gang thob dek thub senge laying pham thubar gyid
ho.” Ser ne langpu chiggi sanog. Dutdo semchen terki rang
rangi khyed chyo tensingma Balba tikpe chiggi labsung.
“Dakpu tiwa la chinog khyed chyo bompu hosinang
shyenpai lagne thar gyu med.” Serne Balchyungi sasingma
Semchen tham chyed kha tsumni log song ngo.
Essay Writing (Dritsom)
Write an
(i)
Rang-gi Rigjyung tang Chyolug tang Ked-Rhig-gi Kor.
Essay on
Sa-yoh tang tene Sungkyob kor.
any one
(ii)
Letter Writing (Tangyig)
Lobchyi chyog la Nyin Nyih ring-gi gong shyu yig-gi.
Rangi Dalja la Nyin-Gong shyelak Drontu Shyuyig.
709
Short
Answer
Topic.
Write an
applicati
on
10
01
08
01
07
(iii)
C3
Translation
English
A visit to a village farm
into
Sherpa
Remember, no one is perfect, but every individual is
unique ! So never compare yourself with anyone. God
has given you much more than your requirement. Admire
yourself at every step, feel great about what you are.
This will guide you towards the real direction of your
life. You are a treasure house of unique qualities.
Grammar (Sumtag)
a) Theh Jyen Wang-chen Gyed
Short
01
05
04
10
03
03
02
02
03
15
Ans./
Nam-Yeh Gyed
V.Short
b) Taampey
Ans./
c) Sheysa.
V. Short
Ans.
Literature
D4
(i)
Short
Prose (Sherpai Ked-Deb)
Ans.
Juhu Jyong-dhar ki skor.
V. Short
Jig-Ten Chyag-Tsul Dordhu Shyed-pa.
Answers.
05
05
Explanat
01
04
Legshyed Tsigchyed 26 – 51 Sag.
ion
01
04
Tsigchyed ki Drelshey Gyaptang.
Write a
Tsigchyed Nang-ne Tsig-chyed chyig Trikub.
poetry.
02
02
MCQ
Short
05
15
Lha-Babb Tuh-Chyen ki Kohor.
(ii)
Poetry (Legshyed)
Dhamni Trikub
(iii)
Supplementary
Molwa / Mola Shyedpa. 20 – 51 Sag.
Answers
710
SHEPRA (CODE NO. 134)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
CLASS X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Group Topics
A
Reading Leu-tsen ne Tri-wa tiwai len Trikub.
B
(Unseen Passage) Book not Prescribed.
Writing
(i) Tri-Tsom (Essay Writing) Shey-rig Yon-Ten Gal-chen Kor Shyedpa Khor-yug Tsangdrak ki kor shyed-pa
08
(ii) Taang-Yig (Letter Writing) Lob-chi chyog-la Nyin chig-ki Gong-shyu. Rangi daljala gong-mui shey-laktu dron shyu.
07
(iii) Ked-Gyur (Translation)
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
C
Marks
10
05
Published by : Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Grammar
(i)
Theh Rang-wang chen trug, Taag-gi Yeh-tsul Ked-ki Yen-lag Gyed.
(ii)
Taampey,
15
(iii) Shey-Sha (Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
D
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok)
Literature
Prose: Sherpai Ked-Dep
(i)
Sherpa Sangay Tenzing-gi Namthat Dhoe-dhu,
(ii)
Lo-dok Nam-Pa Shyei,
20
(iii) Tse-mitag-pa.
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Ked- Dep”
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Poetry: Sherpai Leg-Shyed. (Tseg-ched 52 - 77 par sag
(i)
Tsig-ched ki derl-shey gya-kub
(ii)
Tsig-ched nang-ne tsig-ched chig tri-kub
(iii)
10
Daham-ni Tri-kub
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Leg-Shyed”
E
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Rapid Reader: Tha-ma-kha, Chyang, tang Ghog-tsong chey-ki nyemig.
(Tha-ma-khai Nye-mig.)
711
15
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - I
SHERPA CODE: 134 CLASS X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time: 3 Hours
Maximum Marks: 90
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension10 Marks
Section B
:Letter Writing07 Marks
Essay Writing08 Marks
Translation05 Marks
Section C
:Applied Grammar15 Marks
Section D
:Literature45 Marks
Section
A1
Topics
Types
No. of
of Ques.
Ques.
Reading Comprehension
Chyo-Thrul Tuh-Chen
05
B2
Chyo-Thrul Tuh-chen di nangpa Sangaypai Tuh-chen tso
chyedak chig yin. Di pohda tang poi tse chig ne chyo ngai
partu sungup yin. Chyo-Thrul tuh-chen si-kyahu di chirol
mu tegpai ton pa trugi nangpa Sangaypai tonpar thagdog
chyung ne. chyipa tang nangpa nyikar ki chyog ne juthrul
Short
ten-ni su chenbu nog-pe dondue ki kheh len sinma. Nyon Answer
yoh ki tongkher tu dawa tangpoi tse chig ne tse chyo-ngai
par sag Sangay chyom den deh-ki ngo-tsar che wai juthrul sam ki mi-khyabpa ten ne duh-tang mutek pa thamchyed phampar kya ne tul nangub tila chyo-thrul tuh-chen
sir ne tsibu yin. Chyo-thrul dawa tang mula Losar yang
khelub yin. Lo nyingba sin-ne lo samba shyar-rub tuh chen
khedpar chen shyig yin. Losar di la nang-mi tham-chen
jom-ni shyelag shyim bu sab tang. Man-jah lekmu konba
tang. Tashipai tendrel zang-poi leka nangub yin. Chyothurl dawawai tuh-chen dila gewa chig drub na tihi phenyon gyar phelwa tang mi gewa chungwa chig khyesing tihi
nyehmig gyar nyong-gyu hoyub yin
Essay Writing (Dritsom)
Write an
(i)
Dhim-Drul Yar-Gyeh Gongphel-ki Kor,
Essay on
any
Tho-Ten Chyung-thab-ki Kor.
(ii)
Marks
Letter Writing (Tangyig)
Shye-rig Leh-khug Chyog-la Keh-rig Lob-pen chyed-tu.
Chyod-Lam Lag-kher chye-du Lob-chyi Chyog-la.
712
10
01
08
01
07
one
Topic
Write an
Application
Anyone
Translation
(iii)
C3
The goose that laid golden eggs
English
There lived a man in a village. He had a goose. It laid a
Golden egg every day. The man was happy to get golden
eggs. Soon he became very rich. One day he grew greedy.
He Thought that there must be a treasure of golden eggs
inside The goose. He wanted to have all the eggs at once.
So, he Look a knife and cut open the goose. To his surprise, he did Not find even a single golden egg inside the
goose. He Realized his folly, but it was too late.
Grammar (Sumtag)
into
Sherpa
a)
Theh Rang-wangchen Truk, Taag-gi yeh-tsul, Kedki Yen Yen-lag gyed.
Short
Ans./
b)
Peytaam
c)
Sheysa
01
05
04
10
03
03
02
02
Short
Ans.
03
15
V. Short
05
05
Explanation
01
04
Write a
01
04
02
05
02
15
V. Short
Ans./
V. Short
Ans.
D4
Literature
(i)
Prose (Sherpai Ked-Deb)
Shyarpa Sangay Tenzing ki Nam-thar Dhor-dhu,
Loh-dok Nampa Shyei,
Answers.
Tse-Mi-Tags-pa
Poetry (Legshyed)
(ii)
Legshyed Tsigchyed 52 – 78 Sag.
Tsigchyed ki Drelshey Gyaptang.
Tsigchyed Nang-ne Tsig-chyed chyig Trikub.
Dhamni Trikub
(iii)
Supplementary
poetry.
M. C. Q.
Short
Tha-ma-kha, Chyang tang Ghog-tsong cheh-ki nye-mig
Shyog-leb 1-18- Sag
713
Answers
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
CLASS X - SHERPA CODE: 034
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Group Topics
A
Reading Leu-tsen ne Tri-wa tiwai len Trikub.
B
Marks
10
(Unseen Passage) Book not Prescribed.
Writing
(i)
Tri-Tsom (Essay Writing) Dheh-Jyong Sonam Shying-leh Yar-gey kor, Nag-Thoh
Sung-kyob ki Kheb-sang thenwai kor.
08
(ii)
Taang-Yig (Letter Writing) Lob-chihi chyog-la Luh-tsed chya-lag Nang-wai Nyenshyu
07
Shey-rig lehkhung la Tsed-thang chig Nang-wai Nyen-shyu.
(iii) Ked-Gyur (Translation)
05
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
C
Published by : Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Grammar
(i)
Taag-gi Yeh-tsul, Tuh Sum-ki Nam-shyag, Kebu Rab-Dhing-Thama Sum.
(ii)
Taampey
15
(iii) Shey-Sha
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Sumtag tang Trih-Tsom”
D
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok)
Literature
Prose: Sherpai Ked-Dep
(i)
Khor-wai Nye-mig
(ii)
Leh-gyuh-deh,
20
(iii) Chyo Gyal Nya-Nyen-Med ki Namthar.
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Ked- Dep”
Published by: ShLanguage Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Poetry: Sherpai Leg-Shyed. (Tseg-ched 78-102 par sag
(i)
Tsig-ched ki derl-shey gya-kub
(ii)
Tsig-ched nang-ne tsig-ched chig tri-kub
10
(iii) Daham-ni Tri-kub
(Prescribed Book: “Sherpai Leg-Shyed”
E
Published by: Sherpa Language Literary Development Committee, Gangtok.)
Rapid Reader: Tha-ma-kha, Chyang, Tang Ghog-tsong chey-ki nye-mig.
(Chyang tang Ghog-tsong chey-ki nye-mig.)
714
15
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
CLASS X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time: 3 Hours
Maximum Marks: 90
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections:
Section A
:Reading Comprehension10 Marks
Section B
:Letter Writing07 Marks
Essay Writing08 Marks
Translation05 Marks
Section C
:Applied Grammar15 Marks
Section D
:Literature45 Marks
Section
Types
No. of
of Ques.
Ques.
Tho-Rih Yon-ten Dug.
Short
05
10
Answer
B2
Jig-ten khor-wahi dam-dihi nang-la milu len-ni hong sima
dewa tang kyid-bu phum-sum tsog-pa hotub lha tho-ri yon
ten dun tang denpa shying-goh. Dotna tiyi thabsu migewa
chu phar pangni gewa chu tsur nyamsu lenpa la bedtsen
gyed goh. thorie yonten dundi kang kang yin sina- Norjed Longched silki chyungwa tang, Rigruh zangpor kewa
lenpa tang. Khamdok zangpor kewa lenpa tang, Sherab
chen tang denpa tang. Tseringwa, Luhla neh medpa kham
dengbu tang, Mimangla wangwai yonten tang denpa
thoreh yonten dun tang denpa yin. Di thoreh yonten dunla kewa len dotna jyen semchen la phenpai thab ki lam
zangpo shyig drupar gyid goh. Tichyungna rangnyid la tse
di tang tesyimar phenpai thorehi yonten dun tang denpar
chyungwa thag chyod yin-no.
Essay Writing (Dritsom)
Write an
(i)
a) Deh-Jyong Sonam Shying-leh Yar-gye-ki kor.
Essay on
01
08
b) Nag-Thuh Sung-Kyob Kheb-Sang ki kor Shyed-pa.
any one
01
07
A1
(ii)
Topics
Marks
Reading Comprehension
Letter Writing (Tangyig)
a) Lob-chyi Chyogla Luh-tse Yar-gye Nang-wai Shyu-bul,
Topic.
Write an
application
Anyone
b) She-rhig Leh-khungla Tse-thang-ki Nangwa Nangwai
Shyu.
715
Translation
(iii)
KEEPING GOOD HEALTH
C3
Children's health is the greatest blessing of God. If you
maintain good health, you will be able to live every moment of this beautiful life happily. You should get up early
in the morning and if possible go for a walk. Fresh air
and beauty of nature makes you active and tunes you in
a pleasant mood as well. Brush you teeth properly. Take
a bath and wear clean clothes. Comb your hair. Trim your
nails timely
Grammar (Sumtag)
a)
Taag-gi yeh-tsul, Tuh-Sum ki Nam-Shyag,
Kebu Rab-Ding-Thama Sum,
b)
Peytaam.
c)
Sheysa.
D4
Literature
(i)
Prose (Sherpai Ked-Deb)
Khor-wai Nyeh-mig.
01
05
Short Ans./
04
10
V.Short
Ans./
03
03
V. Short
Ans.
02
02
Short
03
15
05
05
01
04
01
04
02
02
05
15
Sherpa
Ans.
Leh-Gyun-Deh,
V. Short
Chyo Gyal Nya-Nyen Med ki Namthar.
Answers.
Poetry (Legshyed)
(ii)
Legshyed Tsigchyed 79-102 Sag.
Explanation
Tsigchyed ki Drelshey Gyaptang.
Tsigchyed Nang-ne Tsig-chyed chyig Trikub.
Dhamni Trikub
(iii)
English
into
Write a
poetry.
MCQ
Short
Supplementary
Tha-ma-kha, Chyang tang Ghog-tsong cheh-ki nye-mig.
Shyog-leb 19-48 Per-sag.
716
Answers
37. RAI (CODE NO. 131)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - I
CLASS IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Total-90 marks
Section
A
B
Topic/Section
Type of questions
Reading – unseen passage
Letter writing
Personal
Essay writing
Translation
C
Grammar-
Any
6 (six) periods a week
No. of question
Marks
-
Unseen
i) Chhapbop, Chhaplabop
“Yaya Sasengyang”–
ii) Risamchi
Published by AKRSS
-
iii) Sapwasinchi
ii) Sinchungchi
D
Literature –
Prose Section/Rapid Reader -
Poetry Section –
iii) Yangsiwa
Thhepthhey, Khokchaley, Nokchiya, Kaptan Ganju Lama, Sewwa
Nakan Gurung Senuney.
“Yangchhapchung” –
Compiled by P.M.Rai
- Published by AKRSS.
Aan Yamuyang. Chakwa.
“Yangchhamchung” -
Di chongma aam sewada.
– Compiled by P.M.
Mama-o-chhuk.
Rai – Published by
Henkhamang.
AKRSS
717
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - I
CLASS IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time – 3hrs.
Total-90 marks
6 (six) periods a week
The questions shall be of four sections as1.
Section A – Reading comprehension -
2.
Section B – Writing – Letter, Essay, Translation -
3.
Section C – Grammar
4.
Section D – Literature
10
5+10+5=20
-
25
-
35
Scheme of Section and Weightage to contentSection
Topic/Section
Type of questions
Marks
A
Reading comprehension
Long answer type question.
Personal
02
04
B
(unseen passage)
Letter writing
01
05
Essay writing
Not more than 100 words
01
10
Translation to Rai
From unseen passage
Grammar:
Literature : Prose /R.R. –
Long answer type of question.
Long answer type of question with
01
05
05
25
05
15
Yangchhapchung –
multiple choices
01
05
Poetry –
Substance writing
Yangchhamchung –
S.A. type question
02
04
L.A. type question
02
06
Substance writing
01
05
90
C
D
Short answer type question.
No. of
question
03
Total
718
24
06
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
CLASS IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Total-90 marks
Section
A
B
Topic/Section
Type of questions
Reading – unseen passage
Letter writing
Personal
Essay writing
Translation
C
Grammar-
Any
6 (six) periods a week
No. of question
Marks
-
Unseen
i) Yangsiwa-o-oli
“Yaya Sasengyang”–
ii) Chepkhip
Published by AKRSS
iii) Kahan
D
Literature –
iv) Dumu
Sannosam Karamchan
Prose Section/Rapid Reader -
Gandhi,
Kumkhaba,
“Yangchhapchung” –
Compiled by P.M.Rai Published by AKRSS.
Induwaya,
Ramchey Mangpa,
Chakwa, Bakhaba nang
Tayanirihang.
Poetry Section –
Sawanam,
Aan oda di manung ?
Pangyee aankanka,
Nakumang – 2,
Aankan Hungsam.
Anka busihang.
719
“Yangchhamchung”
Compiled by P.M. Rai –
Published by AKRSS
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - II
CLASS IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Time – 3hrs.
Total-90 marks
6 (six) periods a week
The questions shall be of four sections as1.
Section A – Reading comprehension -
2.
Section B – Writing – Letter, Essay, Translation -
3.
Section C – Grammar
4.
Section D – Literature
10
5+10+5=20
-
25
-
35
Scheme of Section and Weightage to contentSection
Topic/Section
A
Reading comprehension
B
(unseen passage)
Writing Section
C
D
Type of questions
No. of
question
05
Marks
Long answer type question.
i) Letter writing
05
01
05
ii) Essay writing – 100 words
01
10
iii) Translation – u/s passage
01
05
05
25
05
10
Short answer type question.
05
05
Grammar:
Literature –
Long answer type of question.
Short answer type question
Prose Section
Long answer type question
03
06
Multiple Choice Question
02
04
Substance writing
01
05
Long answer type question
02
10
90
Poetry Section
Total
720
31
RAI LANGUAGE-CLASS X (Code No: 131)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time – 3hrs.
Section
A
B
Topic/Section
Type of questions
Reading - unseen passage
Letter writing
Personal
Essay writing
Any
Translation
C
Total-90 marks
Grammar-
Unseen
i)Baranung-o-oli
ii)
Butep, Dengkhep.
iii)Muya-o-gnayu.
6 (six) periods a week
No. of question
Marks
“Yaya Sasengyang”
of P.M. Rai & teamPubished by AKRSS
iv)Yangla
D
LiteratureProse Section/Rapid Reader-
Chamanuwo Lungtak,
Namdulengma, Samyugwa nung
hangsam,
Numalim-o-sinchhung,
“Yangchhapchung” –
Compiled by P.M.Rai
-Published by AKRSS.
Ukfengmuk.
Poetry Section-
Anka Yangchhamkaba lima sungnung Sayingsa Somwa. Rokwa
Sungtang. Hemkham. Dich muyinney yawa.
Total
721
“ Yangchhamchung”Compiled by P.M. RaiPublished by AKRSS
27
RAI LANGUAGE-CLASS X (Code No: 131)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-I
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Time – 3hrs.
Total-90 marks
6 (six) periods a week
The questions shall be of four sections as1.
Section A – Reading comprehension -
2.
Section B – Writing – Letter, Essay, Translation -
3.
Section C – Grammar
4.
Section D – Literature
10
5+10+5=20
-
25
-
35
Scheme of Section and Weightage to contentSection
Topic/Section
Type of questions
No. of
question
03
Marks
A
Reading comprehension
Short answer type question.
Long answer type question.
Personal.
02
04
B
(unseen passage)
Letter writing.
01
05
Essay writing
Not less than 100 words.
01
10
Translation to Rai
From unseen passage.
Grammar:
Literature : Prose /R.R.Yangchhachung-
Long answer type of question.
Long answer type of question with
multiple choice.
01
05
05
25
03
09
01
05
02
04
02
06
01
05
03
03
02
03
90
C
D
Substance writing.
Poetry-Yangchhamchung-
S.A. type question.
L.A. type question.
Substance writing.
Play-‘Hechhakuppa’
S.A. type question.
-Busi-Hawasi Khakhang.
L.A. type question.
Total
722
27
06
RAI LANGUAGE-CLASS X (Code No: 131)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016- MARCH 2017)
Time – 3hrs.
Section
A
B
Topic/Section
Total-90 marks
Type of questions
Reading - unseen passage
Letter writing
Personal
Essay writing
Translation
C
Grammar-
Any
Unseen
i) Nang Yang,
ii) Baranang,
iii) Nangkap
6 (six) periods a week
No. of question
Marks
“Yaya Sasengyang”
of P.M. Rai & teamPubished by AKRSS
iv) Muyangkap
v) Muya, Muya-o-gnayu.
D
LiteratureProse Section/Rapid Reader-
Honku Kemda
Mitampulokchi.
Lt. Col. Dhansing Thapa.
“Yangchhapchung” –
Compiled by P.M.Rai
-Published by AKRSS.
Himsaley Koma.
Kirawachi-o sinchhung.
Jhara Chonglo Channu
Chamayu.
Poetry Section-
Aan Yampok.
Henkhama.
“ Yangchhamchung”Compiled by P.M. RaiPublished by AKRSS
Dima! aam muksinda.
Khana duwachha nalo.
Yanglon nulen.
Total
723
27
RAI LANGUAGE-CLASS X (Code No: 131)
EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-II
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016- MARCH 2017)
Time – 3hrs.
Total-90 marks
6 (six) periods a week
The questions shall be of four sections as1.
Section A – Reading comprehension -
2.
Section B – Writing – Letter, Essay, Translation -
3.
Section C – Grammar
4.
Section D – Literature
10
5+10+5=20
-
25
-
35
Scheme of Section and Weightage to contentSection
Topic/Section
Type of questions
No. of
question
03
Marks
A
Reading comprehension
Short answer type question.
Long answer type question.
Personal.
02
04
B
(unseen passage)
Letter writing.
01
05
Essay writing
Not less than 100 words.
01
10
Translation to Rai
From unseen passage.
Grammar:
Literature : Prose /R.R.Yangchhachung-
Long answer type of question.
Long answer type of question with
multiple choice.
01
05
05
25
03
09
01
05
02
04
02
06
01
05
03
03
02
03
90
C
D
Substance writing.
Poetry-Yangchhamchung-
S.A. type question.
L.A. type question.
Substance writing.
Play-‘Hechhakuppa’
S.A. type question.
-Busi-Hawasi Khakhang.
L.A. type question.
Total
724
27
06
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – CLASS IX & X
(RAI LANGUAGE)
There will be four Formative Assessments in total. Two formative assessments to be held during the
first term and other two during the second term. Each formative assessments will be of 10 % of the full
marks, i.e. the formative assessment before the end of each term will be of 20 % marks.
The Formative Assessment will include the following –
1. Quiz
2. Group discussion
3. Class work
4. Home work
5. Assignments
6. Project works
7. Debate
8. Drama
9. Recitation etc.
The Formative Assessment may be done for all of the following learning concepts.
1. Comprehension
2. Grammar
3. Literature – Writing skill –
i.
Diary entry
ii.
Letters – Formal and non-formal
iii. Report
iv. Articles
v. Declamation
vi. Speech
*Comprehension questions –
1. Reference to context
2. Multiple choice question
3. Short answers
4. Long answers
*Writing skill –
i. Content
ii. Fluency
iii. Accuracy
*Dramatization (Group work)
1. Acting skill
2. Dialogue delivery
3. Diction
725
4. Understanding the text
5. Understanding the character confidence
*Group discussion –
1. Understanding of topic
2. Conversation skill
3. Confidence
4. Presentation, etc.
*Spell check –
1. Memorization of correct spelling
2. Correct sentence formation
3. Right usage of word
4. Parts of speech used.
*Reading a book (group or individual activity)
- About the author
-Summary
-Characters
-Extrapolation
- Designing a Comic Book
- Simplify story for junior classes –
i. Simplifying the plot.
ii. Writing the script.
iii. Narrating the script.
iv. Enacting
v. Making CD.
For all these activities, teachers may use the text book or choose any book, story or play of the own
choice.
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38. THAI (CODE NO. 136)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS IX
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016- SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Section-A
Details of Topics / Chapters
Reading Comprehension
90 Marks
20 Marks
Unseen Passages
Passage-1
Short answers type question based on the Passage
Passage-2
Section-B
MCQ. Forming sentences, grammar
Writing
20 Marks
A Short essay of about/above 300 words on the given topic
Letter writing (formal/informal)
Slogan/advertisement
Section-C
Picture composition
Grammar
20 Marks
(as applied from textbook lessons)
1. As prescribed in Grammar textbook
2. Grammar-Parts of speech
Section-D
3. Translation Thai-English and vice versa
Literature
20 Marks
1. Question from the text lesson 2,6
Section-E
2. Value based questions-HOTS (High order thinking skills)
Project : Relating to Thai Culture, history or generalized relating to the
text/lesson
Prescribed Book/workbook-MOE
1. Wan na ka de wi chak for G9
2. Wi withapasa for G9
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10 Marks
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS IX
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Section
Section-A
Details of Topics / Chapters
Reading Comprehension
90 Marks
20 Marks
Unseen Passages (2)
Passage-1
Short answers type question based on the Passage
Passage-2
Section-B
MCQ. Forming sentences, grammar
Writing
20 Marks
A Short essay of 100-150 words on a given topic
Business letter/formal/informal
Slogan/advertisement writing/dialogue/motto
Section-C
Picture composition
Grammar
20 Marks
(as applied from textbook lessons)
1. As prescribed in Grammar course book
2. Grammar-Parts of speech
Section-D
3. Re-ordering the sentence/translation
Literature
20 Marks
1. Question from the text
Section-E
2. Value based questions-HOTS (high order thinking skills)
Project : Relating to Thai Culture, history or generalized relating to
the text/lesson
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10 Marks
THAI LANGUAGE CLASS-IX
MONTH
April
CONTENT / LESSONS
Grammar
May
Chapter 1
Grammar
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Literature and literary
June
Chapter 1
Grammar
July
August
Chapter 4
Summer Vacation
Literature and Literary
September
Chapter 2
Grammar
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Literature and literary
October
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Grammar
November
Chapter 7
December
Chapter 8
Literature and literary
January
Chapter 5
Grammar
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Grammar
February
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Grammar
March
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
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THAI (CODE NO. 136)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS X
FIRST TERM (APRIL 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016)
Section
Section-A
Details of Topics / Chapters
Reading Comprehension
90 Marks
20 Marks
Unseen Passages (2)
Passage-1
Poem' prose Short answer based on the poem' prose
Passage-2
Section-B
Factual Passage MCQ. Vocabulary (Royal), grammar
Writing
20 Marks
Essay Writing (350 - 500 words) on the given topic
Writing speech' riddles' article
Announcement' Notice
Section-C
Letter (formal' informal)
Grammar
20 Marks
1. As prescribed in Grammar textbook
2. Grammar - Parts of speech (include grammar of G9)
Section-D
3. Idioms' proverbs' phrases
Literature
20 Marks
1. One Extract from poem' prose or play from the text
2. Question from tales I stories from the text book
Section-E
3. Value Based Questions - HOTS ( high order thinking skills)
Project- Relating to Thai Culture, history or generalized relating to the
text/lesson
Prescribed Book' workbook - MOE
1. Wan na ka de wi chak for GI0
2. Principle of Language and Usage of Language for Communication for G 10
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10 Marks
THAI (CODE NO. 136)
SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
CLASS X
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2016 - MARCH 2017)
Section
Section-A
Details of Topics / Chapters
Reading Comprehension
90 Marks
20 Marks
Unseen Passages (2)
Passage-1
Poem / Prose Short answers based on the poem / prose
Passage-2
Section-B
Discursive passage MCQ. Vocabulary, grammar
Writing
20 Marks
Short story writing with given cues
Letter writing (formal/informal)
Section-C
Writing an article / report writing / riddles
Grammar
20 Marks
1. As prescribed in Grammar textbook
2. Grammar - Parts of speech (G9 + term 1 Grade 10)
Section-D
3. Prefer, suffix, compound words
Literature
20 Marks
1. One extract from poem / poetry or play for reference to content
2. A character sketch in about 200 - 250 from the lesson test
3. Questions from the text book lesson
Section-E
4. Value based question - HOTS (high order thinking skills)
Project- Relating to Thai Culture, history or generalized relating to the
text/lesson
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10 Marks
THAI LANGUAGE CLASS-X
MONTH
April
CONTENT / LESSONS
Grammar
Chapter 1
Literature and literary
May
Chapter 1
Grammar
June
Chapter 2
Grammar
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Summer Vacation
Literature and literary
July
August
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Grammar
September
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Literature and literary
October
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Grammar
November
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Literature and literary
December
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Grammar
Chapter 9
Grammar
January
Chapter 10
February
Chapter 11
Literature and literary
March
Chapter 8
Grammar
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
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