Sample Question Paper Design SA 2 English Language and Literature Classes IX and X Part 2

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Section D – Literature-35 Marks (Question 12-15)

  • In the existing scheme of the question paper students answer questions based on two extracts for reference to context (prose or play) of four marks each(Total -8 Marks) –all MCQs.

  • They also answer two out of three reference to the context stanzas carrying 3 marks each (total 6 marks) from a poem followed by MCQs to test local and global comprehension

  • The change proposed is that students be given two extracts for reference to the context (prose or play) (carrying 4 marks each). These extracts would require effort on the part of the students to supply the responses.

  • Two out of three extracts for reference to the context from poetry (carrying 3 marks each—total six marks)) which have questions for MCQ responses.

In the proposed question paper scheme:

Q12 a) and b) Two extracts for reference to context (based on prose or play). These extracts would require effort on the part of the students to supply the responses The extracts will carry 8 marks (4 marks each) 8 Marks

Q 13 Two out of three reference to context stanzas (based on poetry) followed by 3 MCQs to test local and global comprehension of the set text .The extracts will carry 3 marks each. 6 Marks

Q14. Three out of four short answer type questions based on prose or plays to test local and global comprehension of theme and ideas -- 2 marks each.

6 Marks

Q15. One out of two long answer type questions extrapolative in nature based on prose or play. (up to 80 words). 5 Marks

Q 16 One out of two long questions from supplementary reader to interpret, evaluate and analyze character, plot or situations occurring in lessons to be answered in about 80 words. 4 Marks

Q 17 Two out of three short answer type questions based on factual aspects, interpretation and evaluation of a lesson 6 Marks

Note: The weightage given to MCQs to be reduced from the existing 14 Marks in the Literature Section to 6 Marks.

Section a,B,C,D Marks
Section A,B,C,D Marks

Total No. of Marks

Existing Weightage to MCQ’s

Proposed Weightage to MCQ’s

Section A-Reading

15 Marks

15 Marks

10 Marks

Section B-Writing

15 Marks

Nil

Nil

Section C-Grammar

15 Marks

15 Marks

6 Marks

Section D- Literature

35 Marks

14 Marks

6 Marks

Total

80 Marks

44 Marks

22 Marks

Percentage

55%

27.5%

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