Kannada (code 015 ) : class : IX



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EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
FIRST TERM (APRIL2010-SEPTEMBER 2010) SEPTEMBER 2010
_________Kannada________(CODE 015 )_____ : CLASS :IX
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections: Total: 80 Marks
Section A: Reading Comprehension - 12 marks
Section B: Writing - 14 marks
Section C: Grammer - 14 marks
Section D: Literature - Prose - 20 marks
Poetry - 20 marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:


SECTION

DETAILS OF TOPICS/

SECTIONS

TYPES OF QUESTIONS

NO. OF QUES-TIONS

MARKS

Section A



Two passages Prose/Poetry


S.A. – 1 sent x 2 =2marks

2-3 sent x 2 marks = 4 marks



2+2

2+2


2+2

4+4

Total=12


Section B


1) Essay

2) Personal letter

3) Note making


1 LA type

1 LA


1 LA



01

01

01



6

4

4


Total=14



Section C



1) Applied Grammar

2) Padenudi (Idioms)

3) Proverbs

4) Transformation of sentences

Tense – 2

Negation – 2

Question - 2


S.A., VSA

SA

SA



SA

VSA


MCQ

3/4

3

1



2

2

2



3

3

2



6
Total=14

Section D



Text

Prose


Poetry

SA

MCQ


LA
SA

MCQ


LA

3 x 3

7 x 1


1 x 4
3 x 3

7 x 1


1 x 4

9

7

4


9

7

4


Total=40


EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2010-MARCH 2011) MARCH 2011
_________Kannada________(CODE 015 )_____ : CLASS :IX
The Question Paper will be divided into four sections: Total: 80 Marks
Section A: Reading Comprehension - 12 marks
Section B: Writing - 14 marks
Section C: Grammer - 14 marks
Section D: Literature - Prose - 20 marks
Poetry - 20 marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:


SECTION

DETAILS OF TOPICS/

SECTIONS

TYPES OF QUESTIONS

NO. OF QUES-TIONS

MARKS

Section A



Two passages Prose/Poetry


S.A. – 1 sent x 2 =2marks

2-3 sent x 2 marks = 4 marks



2+2

2+2


2+2

4+4

Total=12


Section B


1) Essay

2) Personal letter

3) Note making


1 LA type

1 LA


1 LA



01

01

01



6

4

4


Total=14



Section C



1) Applied Grammar

2) Padenudi (Idioms)

3) Proverbs

4) Transformation of sentences

Tense – 2

Negation – 2

Question - 2


S.A., VSA

SA

SA



SA

VSA


MCQ

3/4

3

1



2

2

2



3

3

2



6
Total=14

Section D



Text

Prose


Poetry

SA

MCQ


LA
SA

MCQ


LA

3 x 3

7 x 1


1 x 4
3 x 3

7 x 1


1 x 4

9

7

4


9

7

4


Total=40


SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

FIRST TERM (APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2010) SEPTEMBER 2010
KANNADA (Code 015)
CLASS IX

Time: 3 hrs.

TOPICS
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose/poetry 6+6=12 marks

B) Writing Section: Essay, descriptive, narrative, factual etc. Personal letters, Note making,( Reading comprehending & highlighting) 6+4+4=14 marks

C) Grammer Section: 1)Applied Grammar 2) Padenudi (Idioms) Proverbs, Transformation of sentences (questions, tense, negation) 14 marks

D) Literature Section: Text:-

Prose-1) Parivarthane 20 marks

2) George.F.Kittel

3) Prathidina Parisara Dina

4) Doddaata

5) Subhashchandra Bose

Poetry-1) Prarthanaa Geethe 20 marks

2) Namma Bala

3) Moodal Kunigal Kere

4) Hana Banna

5) Harishchandranalladinnaaru Gathi Mathi

Total=80 marks

Prescribed text book: Kannada Kasturi-9,

Directorate of text books,

Banashankari-3rd stage, Bangalore-560085



SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2010- MARCH 2011)

KANNADA (Code 015)
CLASS IX
TOPICS
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose/poetry 6+6=12 marks

B) Writing Section: Essay, descriptive, narrative, factual etc. Personal letters, Note making,( Reading comprehending & highlighting) 6+4+4=14 marks

C) Grammer Section: 1)Applied Grammar 2) Padenudi (Idioms) Proverbs, Transformation of sentences (questions, tense, negation) 14 marks

D) Literature Section: Text:-

Prose-1) Taatakaa Samhaara 20 marks

2) Kaleya Aagara Paris

3) Bhamvri Devi

4) Bhookampada Antaranga

5) Kannadam Kattturiyalte

6) Satyavaadi Sudame

Poetry-1) Maanaveeyate 20 marks

2) Ikkala

3) Udara Vairagya

4) Yodha Mattu Hengasu

5) Chainada Ondu Haleya Kathe

6) Allamana Vachanagalu

7) Soolpadeyalappudu Kaana
Prescribed text book: Kannada Kasturi-9,

Directorate of text books,

Banashankari-3rd stage, Bangalore-560085

EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
FIRST TERM (APRIL2011-SEPTEMBER 2011) SEPTEMBER 2011 AND

FIRST TERM (APRIL2010-SEPTEMBER 2010) SEPTEMBER 2010
_________Kannada________(CODE 015 )_____ : CLASS :X

The Question Paper will be divided into four sections: Total: 80 Marks


Section A: Reading Comprehension - 12 marks
Section B: Writing - 14 marks
Section C: Grammer - 14 marks
Section D: Literature - Prose - 20 marks
Poetry - 20 marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:


SECTION

DETAILS OF TOPICS/

SECTIONS

TYPES OF QUESTIONS

NO. OF QUES-TIONS

MARKS

Section A



Two passages Prose/Poetry


S.A. – 1 sent x 2 =2marks

2-3 sent x 2 marks = 4 marks



2+2

2+2


2+2

4+4

Total=12


Section B


1) One Essay

2) One Official letter

3) Report writing

(as per syllabus)



1 LA type

1 LA


1 LA



01

01

01



6

4

4


Total=14



Section C



1)10 questions from prescribed Grammar syllabus
2)Proverbs
3)MCQ

S.A.

SA
VSA




10

1
2


10

2
2
Total=14



Section D



Text

Prose


Poetry

MCQ

SA

LA


MCQ

SA

LA



7 x 1

3 x 3


1 x 4
7 x 1

3 x 3


1 x 4

7

9

4


7

9

4


Total=40


EXAMINATION STRUCTURE FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2011-MARCH 2012) MARCH 2012 AND

SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2010-MARCH 2011) MARCH 2011
_________Kannada________(CODE 015 )_____ : CLASS :X

The Question Paper will be divided into four sections: Total: 80 Marks


Section A: Reading Comprehension - 12 marks
Section B: Writing - 14 marks
Section C: Grammer - 14 marks
Section D: Literature - Prose - 20 marks
Poetry - 20 marks
Scheme of Section and Weightage to content:


SECTION

DETAILS OF TOPICS/

SECTIONS

TYPES OF QUESTIONS

NO. OF QUES-TIONS

MARKS

Section A



Two passages Prose/Poetry


S.A. – 1 sent x 2 =2marks

2-3 sent x 2 marks = 4 marks



2+2

2+2


2+2

4+4

Total=12


Section B


1) One Essay

2) One Official letter

3) Report writing

(as per syllabus)



1 LA type

1 LA


1 LA



01

01

01



6

4

4


Total=14



Section C



1)10 questions from prescribed Grammar syllabus
2)Proverbs
3)MCQ

S.A.

SA
VSA




10

1
2


10

2
2
Total=14



Section D



Text

Prose


Poetry

MCQ

SA

LA


MCQ

SA

LA



7 x 1

3 x 3


1 x 4
7 x 1

3 x 3


1 x 4

7

9

4


7

9

4


Total=40


SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

FIRST TERM (APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2011) SEPTEMBER 2011 AND

FIRST TERM (APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2010) SEPTEMBER 2010
KANNADA (Code 015)

CLASS -X
TOPICS
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose/poetry 6+6=12 marks

B) Writing Section: 1.One Essay, descriptive, narrative, factual etc. 6 marks

(about 150 words)

2.One official letter,(Business letter, application for jobs 4 marks

Leave applications, letter to the editor etc.)

3. Report writing (making notes of important events given & writing 4 marks

reports for newspapers, magazines etc.
C) Grammer Section: 14 marks
Applied grammar: A variety of short questions involving the use of particular structures within a context. Test items would include gap filling, sentence completion, sentence re-ordering, dialogue-completion and sentence transformation.
The Grammar syllabus will linclude the following areas:

A.Different meaning

B.Samasa

C.Sandi


D.Tatsama-Tadbhava

E.Making Sentences

F.Synonyms and Antonyms

G.Jodi Pada

H.Dvirukti-Anukarama

I.Vibhakti Pratyaya

J.Analogy

K.One Proverb

D) Literature Section: Text:-

Prose-1) Nagu-Alu 20 marks

2) Thyagamayi

3) Shakthiye Jeevana

4) Namma Sainikaru

Poetry-1) Aikyathe 20 marks

2) Mathru Bhoomi

3) Ninageke Saahasadaadambara

4) Arivu

Total=80 marks


Prescribed text book: Kannada Kasturi-10,

Directorate of text books,

Banashankari-3rd stage, Bangalore-560085

SYLLABUS FOR SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2011-MARCH 2012) MARCH 2012 AND

SECOND TERM (OCTOBER 2010-MARCH 2011) MARCH 2011
KANNADA (Code 015)

CLASS -X
TOPICS
A) Reading Section: 2 Unseen passages from prose/poetry 6+6=12 marks

B) Writing Section: 1.One Essay, descriptive, narrative, factual etc. 6 marks

(about 150 words)

2.One official letter,(Business letter, application for jobs 4 marks

Leave applications, letter to the editor etc.)

3. Report writing (making notes of important events given & writing 4 marks

reports for newspapers, magazines etc.
C) Grammer Section: 14 marks
Applied grammar: A variety of short questions involving the use of particular structures within a context. Test items would include gap filling, sentence completion, sentence re-ordering, dialogue-completion and sentence transformation.
The Grammar syllabus will linclude the following areas:

A.Different meaning

B.Samasa

C.Sandi


D.Tatsama-Tadbhava

E.Making Sentences

F.Synonyms and Antonyms

G.Jodi Pada

H.Dvirukti-Anukarama

I.Vibhakti Pratyaya

J.Analogy

K.One Proverb

D) Literature Section: Text:-

Prose-1) Namma Bhaashe 20 marks

2) Manah Parivarthane

3) Sankalpa

4) Nenapinangaladinda

5) Mithra Prema

6)Molam Simhamam Konda Kathe

Poetry-1) Nirmala Chittha 20 marks

2) Guruvariyadane Marula

3) Rasaballi

4) Sharaneyara Bhaavasangama

5) Kaalaagni Rudram Poramaduvavol

6) Kannada Naada Siri Total=80 marks

Prescribed text book: Kannada Kasturi-10,

Directorate of text books,

Banashankari-3rd stage, Bangalore-560085


Kannada Language for Class IX and X for both I and II Terms
Suggestions/Guidelines for conducting Formative Assessment shall have the following concepts:
1. Reading and Comprehension

2. Grammar

3. Writing Skills
Note: The Formative Assessment III (FA 3) and Formative Assessment IV (FA 4) of the second term’s valuation shall consist of the results of FA-3 and FA-4 to 10% each based on class work, home work, tests and activities.
The activities and the criteria to be considered for Formative Assessments:-
a) Oral

b) Writing



S. No.

Activities

Criteria to be considered

01.

Debate

Presentation, language skill, confidence

02.

Impromptu Speech

Presentation, language skill, confidence

03.

Rasa Prashne

Knowledge of subject, vocabulary and sharpness attention

04.

Acting

Presentation, Gentural, Behaviour, Dialogue and confidence

05.

Narration

Knowledge, Memory, Fluency, language skills, pronunciation, creativity, grasping

06.

Poetry recitation

Creativity, narration, imagination style, rhythm, confidence

07.

Radio programmes

a) listening to a proramme in radio and answering the questions- the teacher asks

b) Reading news

singing interviews



Grasping capacity, implementing capacity of given instructions

Originality, creativity, language skills, Raaga,concept of rhythm, reading skills (including punctuation marks and clarity of sound)



08.

Reading and criticism

Example: Panchatantra stories



Grasping, criticism

09.

Interviews

(interviewing dignitaries)



Constructing appropriate questions knowledge range-creativity, confidence

10.

Group discussion

Understanding of topic conversation skills confidence and presentation

Any other appropriate activity other than the ones mentioned above shall be chosen.

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