Final Suggestion for Madhyamik -2016

Final Suggestion for Madhyamik -2016
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Seen—20
PROSE

1)      The Refugees *****
2)      Engine Trouble*****
3)      Most Beautiful ****
Extra:  The Gift of Wise
            Great National Hero POEM
1)      Ring Out, Wild Bells*****
2)      Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening***** Extra:      Wander Thirst
[For answers follow MADHYAMIK – ENGLISH BULLETIN – 2016]
Unseen—20
1.       A.P.J. Abdul Kalam related topic
2.       Flood in West Bengal
3.       Earthquake in Nepal
(The Times of India, Telegraph Daily newspaper, Dated on June-2015 to July – 2015)
[For answers follow MADHYAMIK – ENGLISH BULLETIN – 2016]
Writing – 30
(Paragraph writing, letter writing-editorial and personal, story writing, report writing, biography writing etc.)
PARAGRAPH
1.       The Person You Like Most/ Your Favourite Teacher and Guider
2.       Importance of Learning English
3.       Usefulness of Morning Walk / Early Rising
4.       A journey by Train / Bus/ Foot – Walk
5.       A Book You Have Recently Read***
6.       A Film You Have recently Seen
7.       A Short Journey / Visit to a Place of Interest
8.       Favourite Festival
9.       Book Fair
10.   Your Hobby / Pet / Home / Parents / Aim***
11.A Memorable Day / Incident in Your Life

LETTER   (To Friend)
1.       Harmfulness of Mobiles
2.       Reading Newspaper Daily****
3.       Planning after Madhyamik Exam***
4.       Preparation of Madhyamik Exam***
5.       Invitation of Birth Day Party / Sister Marriage Ceremony***
6.       Visit To A Place of Interest
(To Headmaster)
8.       Leave of Absent
9.       Availability of Computer in School Lab / Books in School Library
10.   School Leaving Certificate***
 (To Editor)
11.   Irregular Clearance of Garbage***
12.   Indiscriminate Use Of Plastic Bags
13.   Raising Funds For Flood Affected West Bengal People.*****
14.   Bad Condition Of Road
15.   High Price of Essential Commodities****
NOTICE
1.       Raising Funds For Earthquake Victim In Nepal.*****
2.       Safe Drinking Water*
3.       Keep Your School Clean/ Cleaning Surrounding*****
4.       Tree Plantation Programme*
5.       Eye Treatment / Blood Donation / Free Health Check Up Camp****
6.       An Educational Excursion
7.       School Magazine*****
8.       Annual Sports***
9.       Prize Giving Ceremony**
10.   Distribution Of Free Books For Poor Students**
STORY
1.       Bird Seller
2.       Farmer’s Three Sons
3.       Two Friend And A Bear
4.       King Solomon’s Wisdom
5.       Lord Buddha And Poor Woman
6.       Sailor And Monkeys
7.       Old Lady And Her Physician
8.       The Wood Cutter
9.       King Midas
10.   Philip Sidney, The Great Soldier
11.   English Soldiers
[READ CAREFULLY THE FORMAT OF LETTER & NOTICE FROM THE PROVIDED BULLETIN – 2016 ]
[For answers follow MADHYAMIK – ENGLISH BULLETIN – 2016]



PHRASAL VERB
Recommended: Take Down, Make For, Tell Upon, Give Up, Make Out, Look For, Look Up, Call Off, Turn Down, Turn Up, Call Up, Call For, Call Off, Turn Down, Turn Up, Call Up, Call For, Sit For, Come Off, Turn Up, Go Up, Carry On, Go Through, Call For, Do Away With, Fall Out, Go On, Stand For, Go Off, Bear With, Carry Out, Call Up, Bring Up, Fall Out, Give Away, Bring Up, Break Up, Put By, Tell Upon, Give Away, Take After, Fall Out, Look Down Upon, Get Over, Tell Upon, Keep On, Go Off, Go Up, Set Out, Set Up, Put Up, Bring Out, Give Off, Give Away, Call Up, Call Off, Call In, Call For, Pass Away, Turn Down, Set In, Break Up, Put By, Look For, Carry Out, Call In, Turn Up, Take After, Deal With, Put Up, Pass Away, Fall Through, Bring Out, Take Down, Look Up, Look Into, Bring Up, Bring Out, Break Out, Give Away, Look After, Give In, Run After, Put Out, Look Into, Call On, Break Down, Bear With, Run Into, Put Off, Call In, Put Up With, Break Into, Fall Into, Break Out, Get Up, Lay By, Come By, Work Out, Put Out
Grammar & Vocabulary – 20
Articles and Preposition—1 x 4 = 4
Do as directed – 1 x 4 = 4
1.       Indirect speech
2.       Voice change
3.       Turn into simple/complex/single/interrogative/negative sentence
4.       Degree change/Too-to/ None-but/No…sooner-than/ use the verb form and noun form.
Phrasal verb – 1 x 4 = 4
Synonyms from unseen passage – 2 x 4 = 8
[For answers follow MADHYAMIK – ENGLISH BULLETIN – 2016]
(Every lessons and model papers should be following up.)
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