CBSE Class 9 English Writing Notes

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Q.3 You are Romit / Romita, CCA Captain of Students’ council of Sacred Heart School, Jamshedpur. The school has invited Prof. G.Sagar, an eminent Mathematician from I.I.T Kanpur to deliver a lecture on Vedic Mathematics for the students of XI & XII Sc on the occasion of International year of Mathematics. Draft notice supplying suitable information and details of the programme within 50 words.

Tips for Writing a notice. Just By-heart these opposites to write a notice without mistake.

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Q.4. Given below is some details of the famous Booker prize winner and social activist Arundhati Roy. Using these details write a short description of her for your school magazine.

Arundhati Roy: - Famous Indian writer

Born: - 24th November 1961,

Mother: - Keralite

Father – Bengali

Childhood- In Aynaman in kerala.

Schooling: Corpus Christi, Kottayam & then Lawrence School, Tamilnadu.

Higher Studies: - At the School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi

Contribution: Written various social and environmental & political issues,

2 Screen plays and several collections of Essays. She also played the role of a village girl in the award winning movies Massey sahib.
1997 – Won the Booker prize for her novel The God of small things. Now a Social activist and a freelance columnist.

Follow these points.

While writing a bio Sketch use all the points to complete the profile.

1. Person’s name, Birth details

2. Education

3. Contribution in respective fields

4. Sp. Achievements with date/year

5. Other points Arundhati Roy, the famous Indian writer

Ans . Arundhati Roy, the famous Indian writer was born on 24th November, 1991. Her father is a Bengali & Mother a Keralite. Her childhood was spent in Aynaman in Kerala She did her schooling from Corpus Christi, Kottayan and then from Lawrence School, Tamilnadu. She completed her higher studies at the school of planning & Architecture New Delhi,. She has written on various social, Environmental & Political issues. She has also written two screenplays & Several collection of essays. She also played the role of a village girl in the award winning movie Massey sahib. In 1997, she won the Booker prize for her novel. 

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Q. 5. Recently your colony has witnessed and suffered acute water short As secretary of the ‘Residents Welfare Association’ write a letter to the Commissioner Municipal Corporation highlighting the problem and suggesting ways to solve the issue.

Q. 6. There was a storm brewing outside and you were all alon Suddenly the lights went out. -----------

In about 120 words write a story using ideas from the unit “Mystery” together with your own ideas. You could use some of the phrases given below:-

Jumped in fright, disappeared in a flash, Screamed in terror, scared the daylight out of me, To my relief, touched something eerie

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5. Objective: To use style and format appropriatel

To plan, organize and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding

Assessment Scale: Content: 3 Fluency: 1 ½ Accuracy: 1 ½

(Under content credit should be given for student’s creativity in presenting the ideas and concluding the topic.).

Suggested points:

  • Need of water in day to day life
  • Problems faced due to water shortage
  • Causes of shortage
  • Some solutions

6. Objective: To use imagination and creativity

To plan, organize and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding. Assessment Scale: Content: 3 Fluency: 1 ½ Accuracy: 1 ½

(Under content credit should be given for student’s creativity in presenting the ideas and concluding the topic.)

  • Use the hints given

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Q.3 Read the following conversation between Mr.Rajan and Sudha and write the message for her as she is leaving for her Music class. Write the message within 50 words.

Mr Rajan – Hello, may I speak to Mr.Singh?

Sudha - Sorry, Papa is not at home now. May I know who is speaking?

Mr.Rajan- I am Mr. Rajan from the Telecom Department Kindly inform that your father’s telephone bill for 3 months is pending till date.

Sudha – All right. I shall inform my father as soon as he comes back.

Mr.Rajan - Also inform him that if he fails to pay the bill this month the telephone line will be disconnected. He may also pay the bill online with nominal extra charges.

Sudha – I am sorry sir. I will inform him and request him to pay the bill within 2 days.

Mr.Rajan – Thank you

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Q.4One of your family members fell sick and is admitted in a hospital for treatment. You made up your mind to know the state of the patient and visit the hospital. Your experience there was very shocking when you saw the poor plight of the patients and infrastructure. Describe your visit to the hospital in about 100 words.

Ans.1. Use past Tense

2. Include all the facts like unhygienic surroundings, stinking toilets, over crowded rooms, stray dogs and cats inside, no security and low quality of diet et within the word limit.

3. No personal opinion while describing an Event.

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5. Objective: To use an appropriate style and format to write an informal lett

To plan, organize and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding Assessment Scale: Content: 3 Fluency: 1 ½ Accuracy: 1 ½

(Under content credit should be given for student’s creativity in presenting the ideas and concluding the topic.)

  • Reference to given inputs

6. Objective: To use an appropriate style and format to write a report. (Title, name of the person writing the report)

To plan, organize and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding the topic

Assessment Scale: Content: 3 Fluency: 1 ½ Accuracy: 1 ½

(Under content credit should be given for student’s creativity in presenting the ideas and concluding the topic.)

Suggested points:

  • Compare and contrast the interests of boys and girls
  • Support with facts & figures
  • Draw conclusions

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3Pratibha is the head girl of D.A.V School, Kolkata. On 5th September she attended a meeting with the Principal and other senior teachers at which it was decided that the school discipline & cleanliness need improvement. It was also decided that House captains should allocate special duties to prefects to ensure this.

Write a notice for the House Captains and Vice Captains to discuss the implementation of this proposal using not more than 50 words.

Solve - School’s Name, The word Notice, Agenda, Date, Relevant content including date time & Venue of meeting, Sign of issuing Authority, name and Designation:-

Follow the tips and write the notice.

Content - 2 + Exp (Accuracy + Fluency) - 1 =3

4Study the following pie chart carefully which lists various sectors responsible for gas emissions and their share in creating global warming. Using this information write a passage in about 100 words on Global Warming

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Solve : Transcoding the information from the chart express correctly into a short paragraph of 100 words.

Sectors Responsible for Global warming

Ans : The given chart above shows the various sectors responsible for gas emissions and their share in creating Global warming. The most important factor that contributes to this menace is the transport which emits 27 % of poisonous gases. 33 % of this responsibility goes to electricity growth. The industries have 19% and Agriculture have 7% share in creating Global Warming. 7% of responsibility is shared by the commercial establishments and 6% by residents to increase this deadly problem. There are other sources which take 1% share to contribute to this menace of gas emissions and global warming thereafter. The above sectors should try their best to reduce the rate of pollution and Global warming before it is too late.

Content - 3 + Exp (Accuracy + Fluency) - 2 = 5

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  • These need to be revived especially amongst youth to give them a better understanding of the world.
  • Increased TV viewing leads to health problems____ eye problems, posture problems, hampers studies, etc

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Q. 3) Your teacher has assigned you a project on Child Labour in FA-2. You interviewed a child of a slum near your locality and was greatly moved to see her/ his interest to study in spite of his / her poor plight. Write a diary entry sharing your thoughts, emotions about the child in about 50 word

Solve: - place/Date

Content including People, event, and emotions & feeling about the incident

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6. Objective: To use an appropriate style and format of a speech

(Formal address to the chief guest / fellow speakers / audience etc. Style of speech - conversational)

To plan, organize and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding

Assessment Scale: Content: 3 Fluency: 1 ½ Accuracy: 1 ½

(Under content credit should be given for student’s creativity in presenting the ideas and concluding the topic.)

  • Refer to the inputs given

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Q.3You have recently enjoyed a Delhi Metro Ride with a close associate. The traffic Discipline and modern technology forced you to pen down your experience. Express the joyful experience through a diary entry in 50 words.

Tips. 1. Day, Date, Time

2. Event in past tense with correct experience & expression

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Q. 4) A well dressed gentleman came to meet your father but he was not at h The gentleman introduced himself as Mr.Samuel of St.Xaviers College, Ranchi. He said that he and your father had studied together in college and had not met for last 15 years. He promised to come again tomorrow. Give a description of this gentleman to your father to help him identify his old friend in 100 words. (Take help from the unit People from your M.C.B)

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5. Objective: To use style and format appropriatel

To plan, organize and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding

Assessment Scale: Content: 3 Fluency: 1 ½ Accuracy: 1 ½

(Under content credit should be given for student’s creativity in presenting the ideas and concluding the topic.)

Suggested points:

  • Determined
  • Hardworking
  • Sacrificing
  • Disciplined
  • Honest
  • Patriotic
  • Efficient

Any other relevant points

6Objective: To use style and format appropriatel

To plan, organize and present ideas coherently by introducing, developing and concluding

Assessment Scale: Content: 3 Fluency: 1 ½ Accuracy: 1 ½

(Under content credit should be given for student’s creativity in presenting the ideas and concluding the topic.)

Suggested points:

  • Fast-paced life--- change in life-style
  • In today’s rat-race, physical exercise pushed to the background
  • Physical exercise--- indispensable
  • Age old adage—“Sound mind resides in a sound body”
  • Regular dose of sports / any physical activity--- going to a gym, regular walks, yoga, cycling etc.
  • Give up wrong eating habits / sedentary lifestyle

1. As President of your school’s ‘Interact Club’ write a speech welcoming Saina Nehwal as the chief guest of the da Your club is holding a seminar on “Importance of sports”

(Write about the achievements of Saina Nehwal and state how it will encourage sports, specially women’s sports.

2. You are asked to write an article on how ‘good manners’ are vanishing from public life.

Write an article on “Value of Good Manners in Life.

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Steering Clear

  • Forests comprise 20,271 sq km of Assam’s total area
  • An estimated 15 lakh people have taken over 7000 sq km forest area
  • Deforestation and rise in cases of human animal conflicts are blamed on encroachers.
  • In February 2002’ the Supreme Court directed the government to clear encroachments
  • September 30 is the deadline to complete eviction

 

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