Sample Paper for Class 12 Multimedia and Web Technology 2014 Pdf
Students can refer to the below Class 12 Multimedia and Web Technology Sample Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 12 exams. Please download CBSE Class 12 Multimedia and Web Technology Sample Paper 2014 Set A
Multimedia and Web Technology Class 12 Sample Paper 2014
Q1. Answer the following questions pertain to any film ‘Lagan’.
a) In the context of the chosen film, what according to you could be the main inspiration for the Director to make a film the story based in pre- independence period?
b) What is the role of technology in filmmaking with reference to the film?
c) Comment on the prevailing social conditions in society with respect to the status of lead characters in this film? Give an example from the film supporting your analysis.
d) Comment on the title of the film.
Q2. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:
The children probably don’t know, or they don’t care, the hugely popular WWF wrestling matches are actually all staged acts. The hulks- the Undertaker or whatever else they are called – never really punch or kick as hard as they might appear doing on the show. It’s all a show, a thrilling show.
So, you can’t really blame children for getting hooked. But does that necessarily mean the show is entirely responsible for the beating 12 year –old Subin Kumar got from his WWF inspired friends? Can viewing or watching violence is responsible for aggressive behaviour in children? Media experts and social scientists have been wrestling with this question for decades and thousands of studies have been done on it. And most of them reached the same conclusionmedia violence is responsible for aggressive behaviour in children.
Research has found that the more violence children watch on television, the more likely they may act in aggressive ways towards others. Also, they become less sensitive to others’ pain and are likely to help a victim of violence.
A study of violence on Indian television and its impact on children commissioned by UNSECO accused the idiot box of “bombarding young minds with all kinds of violent images, cutting across channels, programmes and viewing times.” Not only study but incidents go to prove that children who watch violent episodes show increased likelihood of behaving aggressively. There have been reports from all over the country of children hurting themselves while trying to ape the supermen feats of Shaktimaan, the superhero of Indian T.V. then there was the six year –old child of Lucknow who leapt off the balcony of his second floor flat trying to imitate a bungee jumping drop shown in a soft drinks commercial.
There is no doubt that media is a powerful teacher and contributes greatly to the way we act and behave. In some cases like these, the effects are immediate and in others there is a ‘sleeper effect’ where the results chow up much later.
On the basis of your reading the passage, answer the questions given below:
a) Does violence on T.V promote children’s aggressive behaviour?
b) What is the opinion of media experts and social scientists?
c) What two points have emerged from research on media violence?
d) Comment on media as a powerful teacher.
Please refer to attached file for CBSE Class 12 Multimedia and Web Technology Sample Paper 2014 Set A
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