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- Self study means the study of the self, by the self and for the self in actual sense of the term. But popularly by self study we mean studies on own’s through library books or other resources. We cannot inject any amount of knowledge into student’s veins. But they should try to gain knowledge by the use of observations through their five sense organs. Self study can be done further by reading more and more wisely-written book. Periodicals, weeklies and daily newspapers are there to help us in our self-study. It is a much better source of having a background to prepare than the coaching done in masses, in schools and colleges. Self-study enriches our knowledge and also makes us self-confident and self-reliant in life. WRITE A SUMMARY ON THE ABOVE PARAGRAPH WITH A SUITABLE TITLE.
- Read carefully the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
Sarojini Naidu was educated in her early years under her father’s own care. He wanted her to become a great Mathematician or scientist but she loved to dream and write poems. She was hardly eleven when she wrote her first poem. At thirteen she wrote a long poem in the manner of famous English poets. After her matriculation in India she went to England for her higher education in literature. She met Sir Edmund cross a distinguished man of letters. He was impressed by her knowledge and intelligence. He was surprised to see that she had written poems in flawless English but felt disappointed to find that they had nothing of the east in them. They were all about English sights from this day onwards; she devoted herself to writing verses about India.
(a) What did her father want her to do?
(b) When did she write her first poem?
(c) Why did Edmund disappoint despite poem written in flawless English?
(d) Where did she go for higher education?
- Read the carefully passage given below and answer the questions that follow
Man cannot work in vacuum. It is his needs and necessities that force him into work. It is inherent in man’s nature that he gets ignited by challenges and obstacles. These challenges come from his needs and necessities. The shelterless men and women originally walked in rains and heat. The necessity of a dwelling place was felt. First they ousted the animals from mountains caves and began living in them. Then on the model of the cave they devised stone hutments. This necessity thrusted them on the result has been forts, castles and skycrapers of our day. Man’s necessity to remain healthy forced him into medical science. This led to the inventions of the skill implements and medicines we have today. In fact the needs and necessities of man have thrust him into inventions and innovations in various fields. It is from the womb of our necessities that all our inventions and innovations have been born.
(a) Who walked in rains and heat?
(b) How did the men devise stone hutments?
(c) What forced a man to go to medical science?
(d) What is inherent in man’s nature?
- The International Book Fair was inaugurated by the Chairman of Children’s Book Trust, Dr. Kumar. The theme this year was Illustrated Works of Children. You are Akshay/Akanksha a class XII student of A.K. International School Mathura. You visited the exhibition and were impressed with the range of books on display. Write a factual description in about 125 words.
- You are Satish/Sonali, the student prefect incharge of the school library. You have been asked to place an order for children’s story books (Ages 10-13 yrs). Write a letter to M.S. Book Depot Ramnagar, Bikaner placing an order for the books. Invent the necessary details.
- India is a country with diverse cultures, traditions, religious and political beliefs. To keep such a country together, to bind the people and take the nation ahead on the path of progress, democracy is the most suitable form of government. Write an article in about 150-200 words. You are Akshay/Asha a class XII student at Rosary Senior Secondary School Lucknow.
- You are Arnit/Arnika .You want to sell your car as you are planning to buy a new one. Draft a suitable advertisement to be published in the Vehicles column of a newspaper.
- You are Dr. Amit Gupta, an eminent educationist. You have been invited to preside over an Inter Zonal Declamation competition by Nalini, the President of English Literary Club of Government Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector-20, Chandigarh. Write a reply accepting the invitation.
- You are Nitin/ Natasha, staying at 20, S.F.S. Flats, Worli, Mumbai. You bought a mobile phone from “Mobile Villa”, Mahim, Mumbai. The phone developed a problem within a few days of the purchase. Write a letter to the Sales Manager of the showroom complaining about the defect and seeking immediate replacement.
- You are Mallika/Mayank, student of class XII, Modern School, Shimla. You are eager to enter the National Film Academy, Shimla, after your board results. Write a letter to the Director of the film academy seeking information regarding admission procedure, eligibility criteria, fee structure, placement opportunities, etc.
- On the threshold of being a world super power, India does have a large young workforce but unfortunately not many in this force are employable for want of necessary skills. Write in about 150-200 words, an article for a newspaper on the topic’ Skill Development is the need of the hour’. You are Anita/Arnav.
- And yet, for these Children, these windows, not this map, their world, Where all their future’s painted with a fog, A narrow street sealed in with a lead sky Far far from rivers, capes and stars of words.
(a) What does the map on the wall signify?
(b) Who are these children? What is their world like?
(c) What kind of future does the poet foresee for them?
- Those who prepare green wars, wars with gas, wars with fire,Victory with no survivors, would put on clean clothes
And walk about with their brothers in the shade, doing nothing.
- Who are ‘ those ‘ in line 1?
- What are ‘green wars’?
- Explain: ‘ victory with no survivors’.
- Which figure of speech is used in the above stanza?
- I went back in the alley
And I opened up my door.
All her clothes was gone:
She wasn’t home no more.
I pulled back the covers,
I made down the bed.
A whole lot of room
Was the only thing I had.
And a note on the stands
Written in her own hand
“Good bye, Mom. Don’t seek
I don’t need your love”.
A)How does the mother feel when her child left her
b)What do you think of the mother – child relationship portrayed in the poem? Write down your responses in 3 or 4 sentences
- c) Compare the message of this poem with that of ‘Middle Age’. Prepare a brief write-up comparing the two poems.
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