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46 
SYLLABUS 
ENGLISH (LANGUAGE & LITERATURE) (184) 
CLASS – IX 
S. A. - II (2012-13) 
Division of Syllabus for Term II 
(October-March) 
Total Weightage Assigned 
Summative Assessment II 
30% 
Section Marks 
Reading 15 
Writing 15 
Grammar 15 
Literature 
Long Reading Text 
25 
10 
Listening & Speaking 10 
Formative Assessment 
20% 
TOTAL 90 
50% 
The Question Paper will include value based question(s) 
to the extent of 3-5 marks. 
? The Problem Solving Assessment will be conducted for all
students of class IX in Jan – Feb 2013 and the details are
available in a separate circular.
? The `Problem Solving Assessment’ (CBSE-PSA) will be counted
towards FA-4 which is 10% of total assessments of Class IX.
This assessment will also be carried forward towards the FA-4
in Class X. This score will be reflected in one Language (English
or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science w.e.f the
session 2012-2013 for Class IX and 2013 – 14 for Class X.
? The same score will be reflected in FA-4 for class IX and Class
X. The students will have the option to improve their PSA
Score in Class X, as they can sit for the test with Class IX
students of the Session 2013-2014 in January – February 2014.
The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case
of those applying for improvement.
? The schools which have already planned their time table and
other details regarding FA-4 will take the best scores of FA-
3 and FA-4 to count towards the total 10%, now available
for FA-3 and FA-4 taken together.
Annexure – ‘D ’ 
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46 
SYLLABUS 
ENGLISH (LANGUAGE & LITERATURE) (184) 
CLASS – IX 
S. A. - II (2012-13) 
Division of Syllabus for Term II 
(October-March) 
Total Weightage Assigned 
Summative Assessment II 
30% 
Section Marks 
Reading 15 
Writing 15 
Grammar 15 
Literature 
Long Reading Text 
25 
10 
Listening & Speaking 10 
Formative Assessment 
20% 
TOTAL 90 
50% 
The Question Paper will include value based question(s) 
to the extent of 3-5 marks. 
? The Problem Solving Assessment will be conducted for all
students of class IX in Jan – Feb 2013 and the details are
available in a separate circular.
? The `Problem Solving Assessment’ (CBSE-PSA) will be counted
towards FA-4 which is 10% of total assessments of Class IX.
This assessment will also be carried forward towards the FA-4
in Class X. This score will be reflected in one Language (English
or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science w.e.f the
session 2012-2013 for Class IX and 2013 – 14 for Class X.
? The same score will be reflected in FA-4 for class IX and Class
X. The students will have the option to improve their PSA
Score in Class X, as they can sit for the test with Class IX
students of the Session 2013-2014 in January – February 2014.
The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case
of those applying for improvement.
? The schools which have already planned their time table and
other details regarding FA-4 will take the best scores of FA-
3 and FA-4 to count towards the total 10%, now available
for FA-3 and FA-4 taken together.
Annexure – ‘D ’ 
47 
Note: 
1. The total weightage assigned to Summative Assessment (SA I & II) is 60%.  The
total weightage assigned to Formative Assessment (FA1, 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).
2. The Summative Assessment I and Summative Assessment II is for ninety marks.
Ten marks of listening and speaking test will be added in the 80 marks Summative
Assessment paper ie 80+10 = 90 marks in each semester.  The weighatge assigned
to Summative Assessment I is 30% and the weightage assigned to Summative
Assessment II is 30%.
3 Hours Total Marks 80 
SECTION A: READING 15 Marks 
30 periods 
Qs 1-3. This section will have three unseen passages of a total length of 600 words.  The 
arrangement within the reading section is as follows: 
 Q. 1 A Factual passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks  
Q. 2. A Discursive passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks 
Q 3:  This passage may be an extract from a poem or a literary passage. There will be  
      Five Supply Type Questions to test inference,  evaluation and analysis out of which one will 
test vocabulary. The passage, if prose, will be of 200 words or 14 lines of a poem.              5 marks  
SECTION B: WRITING 15 Marks 
        Periods 40 
Q. 4.  Letter Writing: Any One out of (a) informal letter/e mail 
(b) formal letter/e mail    
in not more than 80 - 100  words based on verbal stimulus and context provided.            5 marks 
Q. 5.  Writing an article or speech based on visual or verbal stimulus in 120 –150 words.    
       5 marks 
Q. 6.  Writing a short composition in the form of story or report for a school magazine in
120- 150 words                                                                                                                 5 marks 
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46 
SYLLABUS 
ENGLISH (LANGUAGE & LITERATURE) (184) 
CLASS – IX 
S. A. - II (2012-13) 
Division of Syllabus for Term II 
(October-March) 
Total Weightage Assigned 
Summative Assessment II 
30% 
Section Marks 
Reading 15 
Writing 15 
Grammar 15 
Literature 
Long Reading Text 
25 
10 
Listening & Speaking 10 
Formative Assessment 
20% 
TOTAL 90 
50% 
The Question Paper will include value based question(s) 
to the extent of 3-5 marks. 
? The Problem Solving Assessment will be conducted for all
students of class IX in Jan – Feb 2013 and the details are
available in a separate circular.
? The `Problem Solving Assessment’ (CBSE-PSA) will be counted
towards FA-4 which is 10% of total assessments of Class IX.
This assessment will also be carried forward towards the FA-4
in Class X. This score will be reflected in one Language (English
or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science w.e.f the
session 2012-2013 for Class IX and 2013 – 14 for Class X.
? The same score will be reflected in FA-4 for class IX and Class
X. The students will have the option to improve their PSA
Score in Class X, as they can sit for the test with Class IX
students of the Session 2013-2014 in January – February 2014.
The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case
of those applying for improvement.
? The schools which have already planned their time table and
other details regarding FA-4 will take the best scores of FA-
3 and FA-4 to count towards the total 10%, now available
for FA-3 and FA-4 taken together.
Annexure – ‘D ’ 
47 
Note: 
1. The total weightage assigned to Summative Assessment (SA I & II) is 60%.  The
total weightage assigned to Formative Assessment (FA1, 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).
2. The Summative Assessment I and Summative Assessment II is for ninety marks.
Ten marks of listening and speaking test will be added in the 80 marks Summative
Assessment paper ie 80+10 = 90 marks in each semester.  The weighatge assigned
to Summative Assessment I is 30% and the weightage assigned to Summative
Assessment II is 30%.
3 Hours Total Marks 80 
SECTION A: READING 15 Marks 
30 periods 
Qs 1-3. This section will have three unseen passages of a total length of 600 words.  The 
arrangement within the reading section is as follows: 
 Q. 1 A Factual passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks  
Q. 2. A Discursive passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks 
Q 3:  This passage may be an extract from a poem or a literary passage. There will be  
      Five Supply Type Questions to test inference,  evaluation and analysis out of which one will 
test vocabulary. The passage, if prose, will be of 200 words or 14 lines of a poem.              5 marks  
SECTION B: WRITING 15 Marks 
        Periods 40 
Q. 4.  Letter Writing: Any One out of (a) informal letter/e mail 
(b) formal letter/e mail    
in not more than 80 - 100  words based on verbal stimulus and context provided.            5 marks 
Q. 5.  Writing an article or speech based on visual or verbal stimulus in 120 –150 words.    
       5 marks 
Q. 6.  Writing a short composition in the form of story or report for a school magazine in
120- 150 words                                                                                                                 5 marks 
48 
SECTION C: GRAMMAR 15 Marks 
45 periods 
This section will assess Grammar items in context for 15 marks.  
? This section will carry five questions of three marks each
? Out of five questions two questions (question 7 and 8) carrying 6 marks will have
MCQs of three marks each .The text types for MCQs will include:
Q. 7. Gap filling 
Q. 8. Sentence completion/ Dialogue Completion   
Questions 9, 10 and 11 (carrying 3 marks each i.e. total 9 marks) will be based on 
response supplied by students.  (Supply Type Questions) 
These test types which will not be tested as MCQs include 
Q. 9. Sentence reordering 
Q. 10. Editing/ Omission 
Q. 11. Sentence transformation (including combining sentences) 
  The Grammar syllabus will include the following areas in class IX: 
1. Tenses
2. Modals (have to/had to, must, should, need, ought to and their negative forms)
3. Use of passive voice
4. Subject – verb concord
5. Reporting
(i).  Commands and requests 
(ii). Statements 
(iii). Questions 
6. Clauses:
(i) Noun clauses 
(ii) Adverb clauses of condition and time 
(iii) Relative clauses 
7. Determiners, and
8. Prepositions
Note: No separate marks are allotted for any of the grammar items listed above. 
SECTION D: TEXT BOOKS 25 Marks 
         95 periods 
Beehive and Moments (NCERT) 
Q. 12. One extract from prose for reference to context. Three very short answer questions.   
         (From Beehive)        3 marks
 Q. 13. One extract /passage from play for reference to context. Three very short answer 
questions. (From Beehive)                                                              3 marks  
 These passages would require effort on the part of the students to supply the 
responses.   
Up to one mark in each extract will be for vocabulary.  At least one question will be used for testing 
local and global comprehension and one question will be on interpretation. 
The extracts will carry 3 marks each.  
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46 
SYLLABUS 
ENGLISH (LANGUAGE & LITERATURE) (184) 
CLASS – IX 
S. A. - II (2012-13) 
Division of Syllabus for Term II 
(October-March) 
Total Weightage Assigned 
Summative Assessment II 
30% 
Section Marks 
Reading 15 
Writing 15 
Grammar 15 
Literature 
Long Reading Text 
25 
10 
Listening & Speaking 10 
Formative Assessment 
20% 
TOTAL 90 
50% 
The Question Paper will include value based question(s) 
to the extent of 3-5 marks. 
? The Problem Solving Assessment will be conducted for all
students of class IX in Jan – Feb 2013 and the details are
available in a separate circular.
? The `Problem Solving Assessment’ (CBSE-PSA) will be counted
towards FA-4 which is 10% of total assessments of Class IX.
This assessment will also be carried forward towards the FA-4
in Class X. This score will be reflected in one Language (English
or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science w.e.f the
session 2012-2013 for Class IX and 2013 – 14 for Class X.
? The same score will be reflected in FA-4 for class IX and Class
X. The students will have the option to improve their PSA
Score in Class X, as they can sit for the test with Class IX
students of the Session 2013-2014 in January – February 2014.
The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case
of those applying for improvement.
? The schools which have already planned their time table and
other details regarding FA-4 will take the best scores of FA-
3 and FA-4 to count towards the total 10%, now available
for FA-3 and FA-4 taken together.
Annexure – ‘D ’ 
47 
Note: 
1. The total weightage assigned to Summative Assessment (SA I & II) is 60%.  The
total weightage assigned to Formative Assessment (FA1, 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).
2. The Summative Assessment I and Summative Assessment II is for ninety marks.
Ten marks of listening and speaking test will be added in the 80 marks Summative
Assessment paper ie 80+10 = 90 marks in each semester.  The weighatge assigned
to Summative Assessment I is 30% and the weightage assigned to Summative
Assessment II is 30%.
3 Hours Total Marks 80 
SECTION A: READING 15 Marks 
30 periods 
Qs 1-3. This section will have three unseen passages of a total length of 600 words.  The 
arrangement within the reading section is as follows: 
 Q. 1 A Factual passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks  
Q. 2. A Discursive passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks 
Q 3:  This passage may be an extract from a poem or a literary passage. There will be  
      Five Supply Type Questions to test inference,  evaluation and analysis out of which one will 
test vocabulary. The passage, if prose, will be of 200 words or 14 lines of a poem.              5 marks  
SECTION B: WRITING 15 Marks 
        Periods 40 
Q. 4.  Letter Writing: Any One out of (a) informal letter/e mail 
(b) formal letter/e mail    
in not more than 80 - 100  words based on verbal stimulus and context provided.            5 marks 
Q. 5.  Writing an article or speech based on visual or verbal stimulus in 120 –150 words.    
       5 marks 
Q. 6.  Writing a short composition in the form of story or report for a school magazine in
120- 150 words                                                                                                                 5 marks 
48 
SECTION C: GRAMMAR 15 Marks 
45 periods 
This section will assess Grammar items in context for 15 marks.  
? This section will carry five questions of three marks each
? Out of five questions two questions (question 7 and 8) carrying 6 marks will have
MCQs of three marks each .The text types for MCQs will include:
Q. 7. Gap filling 
Q. 8. Sentence completion/ Dialogue Completion   
Questions 9, 10 and 11 (carrying 3 marks each i.e. total 9 marks) will be based on 
response supplied by students.  (Supply Type Questions) 
These test types which will not be tested as MCQs include 
Q. 9. Sentence reordering 
Q. 10. Editing/ Omission 
Q. 11. Sentence transformation (including combining sentences) 
  The Grammar syllabus will include the following areas in class IX: 
1. Tenses
2. Modals (have to/had to, must, should, need, ought to and their negative forms)
3. Use of passive voice
4. Subject – verb concord
5. Reporting
(i).  Commands and requests 
(ii). Statements 
(iii). Questions 
6. Clauses:
(i) Noun clauses 
(ii) Adverb clauses of condition and time 
(iii) Relative clauses 
7. Determiners, and
8. Prepositions
Note: No separate marks are allotted for any of the grammar items listed above. 
SECTION D: TEXT BOOKS 25 Marks 
         95 periods 
Beehive and Moments (NCERT) 
Q. 12. One extract from prose for reference to context. Three very short answer questions.   
         (From Beehive)        3 marks
 Q. 13. One extract /passage from play for reference to context. Three very short answer 
questions. (From Beehive)                                                              3 marks  
 These passages would require effort on the part of the students to supply the 
responses.   
Up to one mark in each extract will be for vocabulary.  At least one question will be used for testing 
local and global comprehension and one question will be on interpretation. 
The extracts will carry 3 marks each.  
49 
Q. 14. One out of two reference to context stanzas (based on poetry) followed by 3 
questions to test local and global comprehension of the set text.  These passages would 
require effort on the part of the students to supply the responses. (Beehive)  3 Marks 
Q.15. Six short answer type questions from Beehive and Moments (three from each) to 
test local and global comprehension of theme and ideas (30-40 words each)—2 marks 
each. 
 2x6 = 12Marks 
Q.16. One out of two long answer type questions to assess how the values inherent in 
the texts have been brought out (Beehive and Moments).  Creativity, imagination and 
extrapolation beyond the text and across the texts will be assessed. (80- 100 words) 
4 marks
Novel/ Long Reading Text  5+5 = 10 Marks 
Q. 17. Type of Questions: 
          Global question on theme, plot involving interpretation and inference   5 Marks 
Q. 18.  One out of two character sketches in about 100 words     5 Marks 
Prescribed Books 
     Published by 
NCERT 
1. Beehive – Textbook for Class IX     Sri Aurobindo Marg, 
2. Moments – Supplementary Reader for Class IX New Delhi. 
Novel/ Long Reading Text 
3. Gulliver’s Travel - 2005 (unabridged edition) Jonathan Swift
OR 
4. Three Men in a Boat - 1889 (unabridged edition) Jerome K. Jerome
NOTE: Teachers are advised to: 
i. encourage classroom interaction among peers, students and teachers through
activities such as role play, group work etc,
ii. reduce teacher-talking time and keep it to the minimum,
iii. take up questions for discussion to encourage pupils to participate and to marshal
their ideas and express and defend their views, and
iv. use the scale of assessment for conversation skills to test the students for continuous
assessment.
Besides measuring attainment, texts serve the dual purpose of diagnosing mistakes and 
areas of non-learning.  To make evaluation a true index of learners’ attainment, each 
language skill is to be assessed through a judicious mixture of different types of questions.  
In addition to the summative tests, formative assessment is essential to measure the level of 
attainment in the four language skills and the learners’ communicative competence.  
Formative assessment should be done through ‘in class’ activities throughout the year. 
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46 
SYLLABUS 
ENGLISH (LANGUAGE & LITERATURE) (184) 
CLASS – IX 
S. A. - II (2012-13) 
Division of Syllabus for Term II 
(October-March) 
Total Weightage Assigned 
Summative Assessment II 
30% 
Section Marks 
Reading 15 
Writing 15 
Grammar 15 
Literature 
Long Reading Text 
25 
10 
Listening & Speaking 10 
Formative Assessment 
20% 
TOTAL 90 
50% 
The Question Paper will include value based question(s) 
to the extent of 3-5 marks. 
? The Problem Solving Assessment will be conducted for all
students of class IX in Jan – Feb 2013 and the details are
available in a separate circular.
? The `Problem Solving Assessment’ (CBSE-PSA) will be counted
towards FA-4 which is 10% of total assessments of Class IX.
This assessment will also be carried forward towards the FA-4
in Class X. This score will be reflected in one Language (English
or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science w.e.f the
session 2012-2013 for Class IX and 2013 – 14 for Class X.
? The same score will be reflected in FA-4 for class IX and Class
X. The students will have the option to improve their PSA
Score in Class X, as they can sit for the test with Class IX
students of the Session 2013-2014 in January – February 2014.
The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case
of those applying for improvement.
? The schools which have already planned their time table and
other details regarding FA-4 will take the best scores of FA-
3 and FA-4 to count towards the total 10%, now available
for FA-3 and FA-4 taken together.
Annexure – ‘D ’ 
47 
Note: 
1. The total weightage assigned to Summative Assessment (SA I & II) is 60%.  The
total weightage assigned to Formative Assessment (FA1, 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).
2. The Summative Assessment I and Summative Assessment II is for ninety marks.
Ten marks of listening and speaking test will be added in the 80 marks Summative
Assessment paper ie 80+10 = 90 marks in each semester.  The weighatge assigned
to Summative Assessment I is 30% and the weightage assigned to Summative
Assessment II is 30%.
3 Hours Total Marks 80 
SECTION A: READING 15 Marks 
30 periods 
Qs 1-3. This section will have three unseen passages of a total length of 600 words.  The 
arrangement within the reading section is as follows: 
 Q. 1 A Factual passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks  
Q. 2. A Discursive passage of 200 words with Five MCQs out of which one will test vocabulary. 
    5 marks 
Q 3:  This passage may be an extract from a poem or a literary passage. There will be  
      Five Supply Type Questions to test inference,  evaluation and analysis out of which one will 
test vocabulary. The passage, if prose, will be of 200 words or 14 lines of a poem.              5 marks  
SECTION B: WRITING 15 Marks 
        Periods 40 
Q. 4.  Letter Writing: Any One out of (a) informal letter/e mail 
(b) formal letter/e mail    
in not more than 80 - 100  words based on verbal stimulus and context provided.            5 marks 
Q. 5.  Writing an article or speech based on visual or verbal stimulus in 120 –150 words.    
       5 marks 
Q. 6.  Writing a short composition in the form of story or report for a school magazine in
120- 150 words                                                                                                                 5 marks 
48 
SECTION C: GRAMMAR 15 Marks 
45 periods 
This section will assess Grammar items in context for 15 marks.  
? This section will carry five questions of three marks each
? Out of five questions two questions (question 7 and 8) carrying 6 marks will have
MCQs of three marks each .The text types for MCQs will include:
Q. 7. Gap filling 
Q. 8. Sentence completion/ Dialogue Completion   
Questions 9, 10 and 11 (carrying 3 marks each i.e. total 9 marks) will be based on 
response supplied by students.  (Supply Type Questions) 
These test types which will not be tested as MCQs include 
Q. 9. Sentence reordering 
Q. 10. Editing/ Omission 
Q. 11. Sentence transformation (including combining sentences) 
  The Grammar syllabus will include the following areas in class IX: 
1. Tenses
2. Modals (have to/had to, must, should, need, ought to and their negative forms)
3. Use of passive voice
4. Subject – verb concord
5. Reporting
(i).  Commands and requests 
(ii). Statements 
(iii). Questions 
6. Clauses:
(i) Noun clauses 
(ii) Adverb clauses of condition and time 
(iii) Relative clauses 
7. Determiners, and
8. Prepositions
Note: No separate marks are allotted for any of the grammar items listed above. 
SECTION D: TEXT BOOKS 25 Marks 
         95 periods 
Beehive and Moments (NCERT) 
Q. 12. One extract from prose for reference to context. Three very short answer questions.   
         (From Beehive)        3 marks
 Q. 13. One extract /passage from play for reference to context. Three very short answer 
questions. (From Beehive)                                                              3 marks  
 These passages would require effort on the part of the students to supply the 
responses.   
Up to one mark in each extract will be for vocabulary.  At least one question will be used for testing 
local and global comprehension and one question will be on interpretation. 
The extracts will carry 3 marks each.  
49 
Q. 14. One out of two reference to context stanzas (based on poetry) followed by 3 
questions to test local and global comprehension of the set text.  These passages would 
require effort on the part of the students to supply the responses. (Beehive)  3 Marks 
Q.15. Six short answer type questions from Beehive and Moments (three from each) to 
test local and global comprehension of theme and ideas (30-40 words each)—2 marks 
each. 
 2x6 = 12Marks 
Q.16. One out of two long answer type questions to assess how the values inherent in 
the texts have been brought out (Beehive and Moments).  Creativity, imagination and 
extrapolation beyond the text and across the texts will be assessed. (80- 100 words) 
4 marks
Novel/ Long Reading Text  5+5 = 10 Marks 
Q. 17. Type of Questions: 
          Global question on theme, plot involving interpretation and inference   5 Marks 
Q. 18.  One out of two character sketches in about 100 words     5 Marks 
Prescribed Books 
     Published by 
NCERT 
1. Beehive – Textbook for Class IX     Sri Aurobindo Marg, 
2. Moments – Supplementary Reader for Class IX New Delhi. 
Novel/ Long Reading Text 
3. Gulliver’s Travel - 2005 (unabridged edition) Jonathan Swift
OR 
4. Three Men in a Boat - 1889 (unabridged edition) Jerome K. Jerome
NOTE: Teachers are advised to: 
i. encourage classroom interaction among peers, students and teachers through
activities such as role play, group work etc,
ii. reduce teacher-talking time and keep it to the minimum,
iii. take up questions for discussion to encourage pupils to participate and to marshal
their ideas and express and defend their views, and
iv. use the scale of assessment for conversation skills to test the students for continuous
assessment.
Besides measuring attainment, texts serve the dual purpose of diagnosing mistakes and 
areas of non-learning.  To make evaluation a true index of learners’ attainment, each 
language skill is to be assessed through a judicious mixture of different types of questions.  
In addition to the summative tests, formative assessment is essential to measure the level of 
attainment in the four language skills and the learners’ communicative competence.  
Formative assessment should be done through ‘in class’ activities throughout the year. 
50 
Reading Section: 
Reading for comprehension, critical evaluation, inference and analysis is a skill to be 
tested formatively as well as summatively. 
Writing Section: 
All types of short and extended writing tasks will be dealt with in both I and II Term 
Summative as well as in Formative Assessment. 
Grammar: 
Grammar items mentioned in the syllabus will be taught and assessed formatively over 
a period of time.  There will be no division of syllabus for Grammar in the summative 
assessments for the two terms 
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