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CBSE Syllabus

MONTHWISE DISTRIBUTION

ENGLISH CORE

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CODE NO. 301

CLASS-11 2023-24

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Here we are, with what you wanted. As CBSE has released syllabus for 2023-24 all subjects, all classes from 9th to 12. In this page, going one step ahead, we are giving syllabus of Class 11 English. As we have divided the syllabus into month wise logical units so that it is easy for you to chalk out a plan for session 2023-24 of how to go further. In every month topics, we have included one lesson from both text books, one topic of grammar, writing skill section and also of reading skill section. Total 80 marks question paper will be set by CBSE from these topics.

We have divided the syllabus into month wise logical units. Now it’s going to be easy for you to go smooth in a planned way so as to devote equal time with other subjects also.

Syllabus: CBSE 2023-24 11th English

Section-A

Reading Skills 18 marks

I. One unseen passage to assess comprehension, interpretation inference and vocabulary. The passage may be factual, descriptive or literary. 10 marks
II. One unseen case-based passage with verbal/visual inputs like statistical data, charts etc. 8 marks
Note: The combined word limit for both the passages will be 600-750.
Multiple Choice Questions / Objective Type Questions will be asked. (10+8 = 18 Marks)
III. Note Making and Summarization based on a passage of approximately 200-250 words. 8 marks
  1. Note Making: 5 Marks
  2. Title: 1 Mark
  3. Numbering and indenting: 1 Mark
  4. Key/glossary: 1 Mark
  5. Notes: 2 Mark
  6. Summary (up to 50 words): 3 Marks
  7. Content: 2 Mark
  8. Expression: 1 Mark

Section-B

IV. Grammar 7 Marks

i. Questions on Gap filling (Tenses, Clauses)
ii. Questions on re-ordering/transformation of sentences
(Total seven questions to be done out of the eight given).

V. Creative Writing Skills 16 Marks

i. Short writing task - Classified Advertisements up to 50 words. One out of the two given questions to be answered
(3 Marks: Format: 1 / Content: 1 / Expression: 1)
ii. Short writing task -Poster up to 50 words. One out of the two given questions to be answered.
(3 marks Format: 1 / Content: 1 / Expression: 1)
iii. Writing a Speech in 120-150 words based on verbal / visual cues related to some contemporary / age-appropriate topic. 5 marks
iv. Writing a Debate based on visual/verbal inputs in 120-150 words. The theme should be contemporary topical issues. One out of the two given questions to be answered. (5 Marks Format: 1 / Content: 2 / Expression: 2)

Section-C 31 Marks

This section will have variety of assessment items including Multiple Choice Questions, Objective Type Questions, Short Answer Type Questions and Long Answer Type Questions to assess comprehension, analysis, interpretation and extrapolation beyond the text.

VI. Reference to the Context

i. One Poetry extract out of two from the book Hornbill to assess comprehension, interpretation, analysis and appreciation. (3x1=3 Marks)
ii. One Prose extract out of two from the book Hornbill to assess comprehension, interpretation, analysis and appreciation. (3x1=3 Marks)
iii. One prose extract out of two from the book Snapshots to assess comprehension, interpretation and analysis. (4x1=4 Marks)
VII. Two Short answer type question (one from Prose and one from Poetry from the book Hornbill), two out of four, to be answered in 40-50 words. Questions should elicit inferential responses through critical thinking. (3x2=6 Marks)
VIII. One Short answer type question, from the book Snapshots, to be answered in 40- 50 words. Questions should elicit inferential responses through critical thinking. Any 1 out of 2 questions to be done. (3x1=3 Marks)
IX. One Long answer type question, from Prose/Poetry Hornbill, to be answered in 120-150 words. Questions can be based on incident / theme / passage / extract / event as reference points to assess extrapolation beyond and across the text. The question will elicit analytical and evaluative response from student. Any 1 out of 2 questions to be done. (1x6=6 Marks)
X. One Long answer type question, based on the chapters from the book Snapshots to be answered in 120-150 words to assess global comprehension and extrapolation beyond the text. Questions to provide evaluative and analytical responses using incidents, events, themes as reference points. Any 1 out of 2 questions to be done. (1x6=6 Marks)


Syllabus:

Reading: unseen passage, Note Making- 26 marks
Grammar: Tenses, Clauses, re-ordering/transformation of sentences 7 marks
Writing: Classified Advertisements,Poster, Speech, Debate 16 marks
Literature 31 marks

Hornbill Book

  1. The Portrait of a Lady (Prose)
  2. “We’re Not Afraid to Die… if we can be together
  3. Discovering Tut: The Saga Continues
  4. The Adventure
  5. Silk Road

Poetry

  1. A Photograph (Poem)
  2. The Laburnum Top (Poem)
  3. The Voice of the Rain (Poem)
  4. Childhood (Poem)
  5. Father to Son

Snapshots

  1. The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse (Prose)
  2. The Address (Prose)
  3. Mother’s Day (Play)
  4. Birth (Prose)
  5. The Tale of Melon City

Month wise Distribution of Syllabus:

Month

Name of Book

Content

Links of lessons

July Hornbill (Reader) Prose- The Portrait of a Lady Click here
Snapshots (Supplementary) The Summer of Beautiful White Horse Click here
Grammar Tenses Click here
Composition Advertisement Click here
Listening Activity
August Hornbill (Reader) Prose- We are Not Afraid to Die - If We Can All Be Together Click here
A Photograph (Poem) Click here
Grammar Clauses
Composition Poster
PROJECT Project Work + Viva 10 marks
September Hornbill (Reader) Discovering Tut: The Saga Continues Click here
Snapshots (Supplementary) The Address Click here
Grammar Re-ordering of Sentences
Composition Speech
Speaking Activity
October Hornbill (Reader) Poetry- The Laburnum Top
Grammar Transformation of Sentences
November Hornbill (Reader) The Voice of the Rain (Poem) Click here
Snapshots (Supplementary) Mother’s Day Click here
Composition Debate
Speaking Activity
PROJECT Planning and Research for the Project Work Preferably till November-December
December Hornbill (Reader) The Adventure Click here
Childhood (poem) Click here
Composition Listening Activity
January Hornbill (Reader) Silk Road Click here
Father to son (poem) Click here
READING Note Making (Title, subtitle and summarising) Click here
READING Note Making (Title, subtitle and summarising) Click here
PROJECT Suggestions and improvements, Gaps in Project if any by team leader
February Snapshots (Supplementary) Birth Click here
The Tale of Melon City
PROJECT Revision of all poems covered
Revision of Whole Syllabus
Project: Students are assessed on their group/pair/individual presentations on allotted days.
March Exam
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