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Latest CBSE Syllabus for Class 11 English Elective CBSE

Latest CBSE Syllabus for Class 11 English Elective CBSE

CBSE syllabus for class 11 English Elective CBSE 2018, 2019, 2020 as per cbse.nic.in new curriculum. CBSE syllabus is available for free download in PDF format. Download latest CBSE syllabus of 11th English Elective CBSE as PDF format. English Elective CBSE syllabus for cbse class 11 is also available in myCBSEguide app, the best app for CBSE students. 

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CBSE has special academics unit to design curriculum and syllabus. The syllabus for CBSE class 11 English Elective CBSE is published by cbse.nic.in Central  Secondary Education, Head Office in New Delhi. The latest syllabus for class 11 English Elective CBSE includes list of topics and chapters in English Elective CBSE. CBSE question papers are designed as per the syllabus prescribed for current session. 

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  • Secondary School Curriculum (class 9 and class 10)
  • Senior School Curriculum (class 11 and class 12)
  • Vocational Courses (Class 11 and class 12)

SECTION-B

Writing Skills and Grammar (60 Periods)

This section will include writing tasks as indicated below:

3. Short Answer Questions: Messages, notices, e-mails (formal) and description of people.

Note: Though e-mail is included as one of the writing tasks, it is suggested that it may be tested as apart of internal or formative assessment.

4. Long Answer Question: Based on a verbal or visual input:

a) Official letter for making inquiries, suggesting changes, registering complaints, asking for and giving information, placing orders and replies.

b) Letters to the editor on various social, national and international issues.

5. Very Long Answer Question: Sustained writing tasks such as writing a speech, an article for a magazine or report based on a verbal or a visual input.

Grammar

A variety of questions through MCQs and Very Short Answer type questions may be asked to test grammar items in context (not as isolated sentences).Though only modals, determiners, voice and tense forms are being dealt with in Class XI, other grammar items such as prepositions, verb forms, connectors which have been learnt earlier would also be included.

  • Drafting questions/questionnaires based on verbal/visual input
  • Composing a dialogue based on the given input
  • Recognizing consonant and vowel values in pronunciation/ sentence and word stress
  • Correction of errors in sentences

SECTION - C

LITERATURE: Textbooks and Long Reading Texts (70 Periods)

Questions are asked to test local and global comprehension involving interpretative, inferential, evaluative and extra polatory skills.

  • Very Short Answer Questions: Any two out of three extracts based on different poems to test theme, setting and literary devices.
  • Short Answer Questions: Based on different prose prose / drama / poetry / peices to test Local and Global comprehension of ideas and language.
  • Long Answer Question: Based on prose or play to test comprehension of characters, actions and plot appreciation of literary conventions and reasoning.

Note: Short answer questions or long answer questions based on values can be given in the writing section or in the literature section.

  • Long Answer Questions: To test understanding, appreciation, analysis, inference in the plot of the long reading text and writing a character sketch.
  • Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills (ASL) (45 Periods): 
    It is recommended that speaking and listening skills should be regularly taught in the class.

PRESCRIBED BOOKS:
1. Language Skills Book - Class XI English Elective CBSE
published by Central Board of SecondaryEducation, Delhi.
2. Literature Reader - Class XI English Elective CBSE published by Central Board of Secondary Education,Delhi.
3. The Extended Reading Texts: (either one) Author
i) The Canterville Ghost (unabridged - 1906 Edition) Oscar Wilde
ii) Up from Slavery (unabridged - 2000 Edition) Booker T. Washington

QUESTION PAPER DESIGN 2017-18
CLASS XI
ENGLISH ELECTIVE CBSE – XI (Code No. 101)
Time - 3 hours Marks - 80 + 20 = 100

Typology: Reading Skills

Testing completencies/learning outcomes: Conceptual understanding, decoding, analysing, inferring, interpreting, appreciating, a literary conventions and vocabulary,summarising and using appropriate format/s
MCQ 1 mark: 5
VSA 1 mark: 5
Short Answer 50-60 words 4 Marks: 1
Long Answer-1 80 - 100 words 5 Marks: 0
Long Answer-2 120-150 words 6 Marks: 1
Very Long Answer 150-200 words (HOTS) 10 Marks: 0
Total Marks: 20
Over all %: 20

Typology: Writting Skills and Grammar

Testing completencies/learning outcomes: Reasoning, appropriacy of style and tone, using appropriate format and fluency Applying language conventions appropriately using structures integrative, accuracy and fluency
MCQ 1 mark: 4
VSA 1 mark: 6
Short Answer 50-60 words 4 Marks: 1
Long Answer-1 80 - 100 words 5 Marks: 0
Long Answer-2 120-150 words 6 Marks: 1
Very Long Answer 150-200 words (HOTS) 10 Marks: 1
Total Marks: 30
Over all %: 30

Typology:  Literary Texts and Long Reading Texts

Testing completencies/learning outcomes: Recalling, reasoning, appreciating literary conventions and fluency
MCQ 1 mark: 0
VSA 1 mark: 10
Short Answer 50-60 words 4 Marks: 1
Long Answer-1 80 - 100 words 5 Marks: 2
Long Answer-2 120-150 words 6 Marks: 1
Very Long Answer 150-200 words (HOTS) 10 Marks: 0
Total Marks: 30
Over all %: 30

Typology: Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skill

Testing completencies/learning outcomes: Interaction, reasoning, diction,articulation, clarity, pronunciation and overall fluency
MCQ 1 mark: 0
VSA 1 mark: 0
Short Answer 50-60 words 4 Marks: 0
Long Answer-1 80 - 100 words 5 Marks: 4
Long Answer-2 120-150 words 6 Marks: 0
Very Long Answer 150-200 words (HOTS) 10 Marks: 0
Total Marks: 20
Over all %: 20

Total

MCQ 1 mark: 9x1=9
VSA 1 mark: 21x1=21
Short Answer 50-60 words 4 Marks: 3x4=12
Long Answer-1 80 - 100 words 5 Marks: 6x5=30
Long Answer-2 120-150 words 6 Marks: 3x6=18
Very Long Answer 150-200 words (HOTS) 10 Marks: 1x10=10
Total Marks: 100
Over all %: 100

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