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Class 10 English Assignment for Article Writing
Article Writing Class 10 English
Question. Midday meal programme of the government started with the noble cause of encouraging children to come to school and improve their nutritional status. But reports of the recent death of 23 children in Bihar and other incidents of negligence in cooking the mid-day meal has produced an alarming effect on the minds of parents. You are Akshit/Akshita, Head boy/ Head girl of your school. Write an article in 120-150 words on the topic—’Midday Meal Scheme—How to improve it ?’
Mid-day Meal Scheme—How to Improve It ?
By : Akshit
Recent reports of 23 school children dying after consuming the mid-day meal and many similar incidents reported from several other parts of India are the evidence of gross negligence on the part of these institutions and a betrayal of the trust of the parents who agreed to send their children to school in the hope that in addition to gaining knowledge, the practice will ensure at least one meal of the day for them. Rather the entire society is sceptical of the intentions and trustworthiness of such schemes.
Although the thought behind starting the program as a part of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is honourable and practical as teaching children with empty stomach would be a futile activity. But formulating schemes alone is not enough and their implementation is equally important.
The incidents mentioned have to be seriously investigated and suitable positive action should be taken to serve as a deterrent. Further, principles should be laid down for greater accountability of these institutions. Under the Right to Information Act, any NGO or philanthropic organization should be able to demand an account of the funds allocated.
Only strict vigilance on these activities by NGOs and responsible citizens can ensure the success of the government’s schemes.
Question. According to a recent survey, school students are the worst victims of malnutrition. This leads to poor performance in their studies. Write an article in 100-120 words for your school magazine appealing to students to avoid junk food an far as possible and adhere to a healthy diet of fruits and green vegetables. You are Vaibhavi / Vaibhav of New Delhi.
Hazards of Junk Food
By : Vaibhavi
It is sad but true that the school students are the worst victims of malnutrition. The reason behind it is not poverty but their growing fondness for junk and fried food. Most students prefer pizzas and burgers over fruits and green vegetables. Such items have always been a more tempting option to the home cooked meal of rice, chapatis and vegetables. The opening of fast food corners has made it convenient to grab a burger than to carry a tiffin. But there is a huge price to be paid for this convenience.
Junk food is high in calories and extremely low in nutrients. It is a major cause of serious problems like obesity and malnourishment due to the lack of essential nutrients in the diet.
Fortunately, the solution of this problem is simple—give the children a better option of nutritious and hygienic home cooked food, made interesting through innovations. School authorities should also take immediate steps to replace fast food items with health promoting items such as milk, eggs, bread sandwich, fruit chaat etc. Students should be taught that health is wealth. If they remain healthy, only then they can concentrate on studies. Junk food will bring nothing but ill health, obesity and unhappy life.
Question. You are Pratibha/Rahul of Class X. Write an article in 100-120 words on ‘Ill effects on students of too much of television’. You can use the following clues :
• Increasing addiction
• A great variety of programme
• Easy availability
• Drop in academic performance
• Result - poor physical and mental health
• Neglect of studies
Ill Effects on Students of too much of Television
By : Pratibha
One of the most important inventions of science is television. It is very beneficial for the students as well as every member of society but nowadays television has become a bane in place of boon because students have become addicted to viewing television. Numerous types of programmes are telecasted on television round the clock and television is extremely easy to avail as the shops are available at each nook and corner where so many television sets are sold in different shape. This is the reason why students neglect their studies. They prefer to view their favourite programmes than to study. It results in drop out cases as well as a drop in their academic performance. It also has an adverse effect on the physical as well as mental health of the students. So it’s the need of the hour that the students make judicious use of time while watching TV.
Question. Polythene carry bags are harmful for environment in many ways. Students of your school are not aware of their harmful effects. They bring their eatables in poly bags. In order to make them aware, write an article for your school magazine.
Save Life—Say no to Plastic Bags
By : XYZ
In today’s time, plastic bags are present just anywhere and everywhere. They have become an indispensable part of our lives. What we don’t realise is that they cause us a lot of harm. A lot of people wrap food articles in them also, without realising that they harm the food articles. Another great disadvantage of using poly bags is that of dispensing them as they are non-biodegradable. When people throw them in drains, the drains get choked. They are the major constituents of river pollution. Animals eat them from garbage heaps and die. If someone tries to burn them, then they cause a lot of air pollution. So, we should stop using poly bags so as to save our environment and our Mother Earth.
Question. Write an article on the benefits of exercising and walking to school. You are Ram/Rama.
Benefits of Exercising and Walking to School
By : Ram
Research from the American Journal of Preventative Medicine indicates that regular exercise adds up to five years to our life and walking is the best exercise. Students can keep themselves physically fit and their mind alert by going to school on foot. On one hand, it will prevent obesity and on the other hand, it will make the environment pollution free, as caused by the vehicles, when driven to reach school. A number of studies have found that exercise and walking helps to rule out depression. Exercise blocks negative thoughts and distracts us from daily worries. Exercising with others provides an opportunity for increased social contacts. Increased fitness lifts our mood and also change levels of chemicals in our brain such as serotonin, endorphins and stress hormones. In the same way, morning walk is a boon for health. No diet or tonic is as effective as morning walk. Fresh morning air refreshes us and relaxes the body and mind. Students, while walking to school can enjoy sights on the way which enlightens their mood. It is good source of entertainment. Students can also share their problems during this period. Moreover, they have to pay nothing to get this opportunity of getting bountiful happiness. Being fit and happy, their performance improves.
Question. As Madhu/Mohan, write an article for your school magazine voicing your concern about commercialization of education in about 120 words.
Commercialization of Education
By : Madhu
Liberalization of economy in India has generated more wealth and a never satiating consumerism; unfortunately even education has fallen into the clutches of commercialization. Parents who are well-off want to provide ‘quality’ education to their children. English medium schools and so called ‘public schools’ have mushroomed and are flourishing on the weaknesses of class conscious parents. Leaving aside a few reputed and established names, most of these newly sprung-up schools are not better than ‘teaching shops’. They mint money at the cost of ignorant and credulous parents. To a casual onlooker, the system appears restrictive and selective, but the overcrowded classrooms with 60 to 70 students in the primary section tell a different story.
The overcrowded classrooms adversely affect the academic standards. It is very difficult for any teacher, how so ever resourceful, to build any report or conduct interactive sessions in such classes. The curriculum is ‘covered’ in a poor manner. The academic values are brushed aside and the sole factor that governs the school authorities is money. The concerned authorities must make a note of it and take necessary action so that the students get quality education and come out in flying colours.
Question. Do you think there is color prejudice in our own country? Write a descriptive paragraph of about 100-150 words about this?
Color Prejudice in India
India’s obsession with fair skin is well known and deep rooted. Color prejudice is widespread and practised openly across the country. Indian society believes skin color determines a person’s worth. The Advertising Standards Council of India attempted to address skin-based discrimination in 2014 by banning ads that depict people with darker skin as inferior. This was a step in the right direction, but it failed to change much. Four years later, India’s media and advertisement industries are still promoting the idea that women with dark complexions should aspire to be fairer. India stands on the verge of being one of the color prejudiced countries whose color, case, gender and status of person are the parameters to judge people.
Question. Write an article in 100-120 words on the topic, ‘Importance of clean surroundings in your locality’. You are Ram/Rama.
Importance of Clean Surroundings
By : Ram
Cleanliness is one’s precious possession. It is next to Godliness. As we worship God, in the same way, it is our utmost duty to keep our surroundings clean and ultimately create good hygienic conditions in the country.Seeing its importance, ‘Clean India’ is the mission of the government, i.e., to present the beautiful picture of the country to the world.
Cleanliness means keeping one’s body, mind, dress and surroundings clean. A person who wears dirty clothes, keeps his house dirty and makes the surroundings unhygienic will soon lose his health and also make others fall ill. Disease germs breed, grow and multiply in the dirty surroundings. Contagious diseases are caused due to dirty surroundings and dirty people. As regular washing of body and clothes is important for our health, regular cleaning of environment is important for a nation’s health because clean environment is the prior condition of a healthy society and healthy country. Dirt is the symbol of moral evil and cleanliness is the symbol of moral poverty. The basic requirement of creating clean surroundings is to make it pollution fee. So it is the moral duty of every person to work for the cause by not littering here and there, planting more trees and by keeping the place free of industrial waste and garbage.
Articles and speeches express the personal opinion of the writer and present information on a variety of themes.
1. Write the HEADING/TITLE at the top.
2. Write the name of the writer below it.
3. Split your subject matter into 3-4 paragraphs.
(i) Paragraph-1: Introduction-briefly tell what the Article is about, giving some startling fact or quotation to arouse interest.
(ii) Paragraph-2&3: Develop the cause and effect of the problem. Give example to support your views. Compare and contrast.
(iii) Paragraph-4:Conclusion.Briefly offer suggestions and solutions to improve the situation. Predictions and personal observation may be included.
4. Systematic presentation of ideas is a must.
5. Pay attention to grammatical accuracy and use of good vocabulary.
6. Use sentence linkers to ensure continuity- e.g. firstly, finally, moreover, etc.
7. Remove irrelevant information and repetition.
8. Follow word limit (150-200 words)
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