ISC English Language 2011 Class-12 Previous Year Question

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ISC English Language 2011 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers

Maximum Marks: 100
Time allowed: Three hours

(Candidates are allowed additional 15 minutes for only reading the paper. They must NOT start writing during this time).
Attempt all four questions.
The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [].
(You are advised to spend not more than 50 minutes on Question 1, 40 minutes on Question 2, 30 minutes on Question 3 and 1 hour on Question 4.)
(You should begin each answer on a fresh page.)


ISC English Language 2011 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers

Question 1:

Write a composition (in approximately 450-500 words) on any one of the following subjects [30] (You are reminded that you will be rewarded for orderly and coherent presentation of material, use of appropriate style and general accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar.)

(a) ‘Advancement in Science and Technology has made life more convenient and comfortable’. Describe ‘one day’ in the life of a common man, highlighting the significance of the above statement.
(b) ‘The joys and challenges of adolescence’. Explore the theme by referring to your own experiences.
(c) Inspiration.
(d) ‘The end justifies the means’. Argue for or against the proposition.
(e) ‘We fight for our rights but forget our duties’. Bring out the implication of this statement giving your own views.
(f) (i) Write an original story which has for its ending :
……………………. I said to myself, “Truth indeed is stranger than fiction’’.
OR
(ii) Write an original story entitled : ‘The Secret’.
Answer 1:
(a) Its 21st century-a day starts with toothpaste and brush not with dust of limestone. – other aspects of science which have made our life convenient – common things of technology- electricity – TV, Computer, AC, Mobile phones, print – newspapers and magazines, books vehicles – cars, buses, trains, motor bikes – how all these help in making life smoother. (Narrative is important. Should not be in first person narrative.)

(b) What is adolescence – its significance – its problems and benefits – attitude towards life during this period, how the youngsters are treated by others – the characteristic features of this period – adamant, high spirited, emotional, gullible, motivated – How these qualities and follies should be utilised and dealt with.

(c) Inspiration – Its merits – how it helps – (give examples of from your own life) – how it leads to victory – cause behind all great achievements.

(d) For – The result justifies everything – How our aim is achieved is not significant – present day scenario-what you achieve at the days’ end is more important – ethical values insignificant – fools think about the method and not the end – examples – reinforcement of the view.

Against Its not the end but how the aim is achieved, is more important – Ethical and moral values – present day rat race is a result of the loss of these ethical values – sense of responsibility – (Instances of the countiy, taking decision) – Reinstate your views.

(e) We fight but forget our duties – inspired and instigated by others – not being aware of the issue – unaware of the true reason – fighting for rights without being aware of what we are fighting for – too much engrossed in it – neglecting our moral duties – this leads to moral degradation.

(f)

(i) We had often seen him moving from one platform to another. He was always in rags. He had a steel trunk lying in one corner. We used to think what would there be in that trunk which the old man guarded so carefully. One day the man had a severe heart attack and died. People assembled round his dead body. Soon a young man came there. Weeping bitterly he, claimed that the old man was his father. Now that he had died his dead body and the trunk belonged to him. Nobody objected to it. But within the minutes, finding a suitable opportunity the young man made away with the trunk. When the young man who had claimed to be the old man’s son had disappeared a well dressed middle-aged man came there. With his eyes bent in shame he said, that the old man was his father and he was his only son. We could not help saying that truth is indeed stranger than fiction.

Question 2.  (ISC English Language 2011 Class-12)

The Interact Club of your school held a week literacy campaign recently. As a member of the club, write a report for the school magazine in about 300 words on the activities undertaken by the club members during the campaign. Use the notes given below. You may include other relevant details.

Announcement about the campaign in the morning assembly – purpose of the campaign – banners and posters made – visit to a slum – interaction between members of the club and the children of the slum – books, notebooks and stationery distributed – children taught in groups – food packets distributed – response from learners. [20] Answer 2:
Successful Literacy Campaign:
As secretary of the Interact Club of our school, it is my privilege to report about the literacy campaign arranged by our school during last month. Our respected Principal announced about the literacy campaign in the morning assembly. The purpose of this campaign was to bring awakening among the slum children and to encourage them to join schools and acquire the benefits of education. Accordingly, we made arrangements and went to the nearby slum area, which was considered to be the most backward.

The members of the club were divided into separate groups. One such group was assigned the duty to make the banners and posters for the purpose. We interacted with the children of the slum area and tried to be acquainted with their problems.

It was revealed that most of the children worked in different shops to earn some money for their families and hence the habit of going to school was never encouraged by their parents also. The children seemed quite eager to be regular school goes if they were given the chance.

We found that they were too poor to buy the necessary’ books, notebooks and stationery. So we distributed the needed books and notebooks and encouraged them to go to school and explained to them the benefits of education.

Next, the members of another group took the responsibility of teaching the students. The children were divided into separate groups and different members were assigned the duty to teach them. They were also provided inter food packets. We received a very amiable and welcoming response from the slum children. They assured us that they would continue to study hard. They would work hard and become educated citizens of the country. Their parents too felt obliged and thanked us. In short, it was a very successful campaign.

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