CBSE Class 12 English Value Based Questions Set B

CBSE Class 12 English Value Based Questions (2) Based on CBSE and NCERT guidelines. Value based questions are now being given in exams to promote morals and values in students, Students should read and understand the following VBQs to get better understanding and score good marks in exams

English – Core (301)

Value Based Questions

Class XII

The Last Lesson

1. ‘Bah! I’ve got plenty of time. I’ll learn it tomorrow.’ Franz was shocked when he heard that it was the last lesson and he hardly knew French, his mother tongue. Many of us find ourselves in similar situations and regret when all is over. What qualities should we inculcate in life so that we are able to achieve our goals? (5)

Value Points

· Hardwork

· Valuing time

· Regularity

· Consistency

· Punctuality

· Determination and perseverance

Deep Water

1. ‘There is terror only in the fear of death, as Roosevelt knew when he said, ‘All we have to fear is fear itself.’ Coming face to face with a fear, instead of suppressing it helps one to do away with it completely, just like Douglas did in the story Deep Water. What qualities should one possess to live a rich and fulfilling life by overcoming fear, which is only present in your mind? (5)

Expected answer:

· Determination

· Will power

· Perseverance

· Persistence

· Courage

· Steadiness

· Tenacity

2. Cases of older children bullying younger ones have become alarmingly common, especially in a school environment. How would you connect it to William Douglas’ experience at the YMCA swimming pool? What is the mindset of the modern youth that is reflected through such incidents? Which values do you think we must imbibe in order to change? (5) 

Expected answer:

· Introspection

· Freedom from complexes

· Acceptance

· Forgiveness

· Compassion

· Courage

 · Honesty

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