Sample Question Paper Summative Assessment II English Language and Literature Class IX Part 4

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Q. 15. Marking: 5 marks

Value Points:

  • Ate the rat poison from the library and became paralysed.
  • taken to a veterinary doctor for treatment
  • drank the discarded engine oil which was kept in the garage and nothing happened to him.

OR

  • She tried to save her fellow climbers՚ lives
  • Shared her oxygen cylinder with her team mates
  • She brought back 500 kgs of rubbish; many mountaineers leave lots of garbage in their trail threatening the ecology of the Everest.

Note: 1.3 marks for content – one mark for each value point

2 marks for expression as shown below:

  • 2 marks-Effective Organization with very few errors.
  • 1 mark-Some weaknesses in Organization; fairly frequent language errors
  • 0 mark-Poor Organization; many language errors.

Q. 16. Marking: 4 marks.

Value Points:

  • Behrman had a dream of creating a masterpiece
  • He painted a leaf after the last leaf fell
  • He sacrificed his life to save Johnsy՚s life.

OR

  • Sergei thinks that because of his timely advice Lushkoff could get rid of begging and is financially independent.
  • But it is not true because the words of Lushkoff had no impact on him.
  • It happened because of Olga who chopped wood for him.

Note: 1.3 marks for content – one mark for each value point

1 mark for expression as shown below:

  • 1 mark-Effective Organisation with very few errors.
  • mark-Some weaknesses in Organisation; fairly frequent language errors
  • 0 mark-Poor Organisation; many language errors.

Q. 17. Marking: 6 marks-3 marks for each correct answer.

Value Points:

  • Showed true leadership qualities; motivated people for self-help; worked miracles in awakening people to fight with the after effects of the super cyclone.
  • Leans down to tie his shoelaces; the person on the seat ahead of him pushes back his seat; gets stuck in the kneel down position.
  • Schoolmates develop empathy with the author՚s plight; pool resources to buy what he needs; author realizes that the new school is full of friends and well-wishers; gives him motivation to start his life afresh.

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