Cbse Class 12 English Functional Sample Paper-01 (for 2013)
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Functional English Code No. 101 Class XII (2012-13)
One Paper Unitwise Allocation Unit Areas of Learning 1. 2. 3. 4. Advanced Reading Skills (Unseen Passages-two)* Effective Writing Skills Applied Grammar Literature + Value Based Question 3 Hours
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Marks: 100 Marks 20 25 20 30+05 = 35
The Question Paper will include value based question(s) to the extent of 5 marks.
ADVANCED READING SKILLS 20 Marks 60 Periods Two unseen passages (including poems) with a variety of questions including 04 marks for vocabulary such as word formation and inferring meaning. The total range of the 2 passages including a poem or a stanza, should be around 650-1000 words. 1. 2. 350-500 words in length (for note-making and…show more content… PLEASE NOTE THE MODIFIED WEIGHTAGE ALLOCATED TO QUESTIONS IN THE TEXTBOOKS SECTION.
SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH
(Code No. 101)
Class XII (2012-13)
Time allowed: 3 hours General Instructions 1. All the questions are compulsory. 2. Your answer should be to the point, try to stick to the word limit given. Max. Marks: 1 0 0
A.I. Read the given passage carefully and answers the questions given below:
20 marks 12 marks
1. In the hospital, I was thinking about the most exceptional people I’ve known. They were the ones who kept going when others quit; the ones who found ways to do what everyone else thought couldn’t be done. They didn’t just hold down a job or work hard. They were reaching deeper inside and finding something more. They made a greater difference. I don’t believe they would have understood these words - “he held the frame so we both could see the inscription” - “the way I did.” 2. “I remember my parents and other adults in my hometown saying, “Study hard and work hard but don’t let your dreams get too big. If you do that, you’ll only be disappointed.’ 3. “Learn to fit in and go along,’ they said, ‘that’s what successful people do.’ I got very good at fitting in and going along.” His voice trailed off. 4. “Robert, you’re going to hear the same kinds of things from people around you. They’re well-intentioned but they’re wrong. What if I hadn’t