AP Class 10 English Notes New CCE Model

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AP State Academic 10th Class English Notes

1. Personality Development
A. Attitude is Altitude
B. Every Success Story is Also a Story of Great Failures
C. I Will Do It

2 .Wit and Humour
A. The Dear Departed Part 1
B. The Dear Departed Part 2
C. The Brave Potter

3. Human Relations
A. The Journey
B. Once Upon a Time (Poem)
C. What is My Name?

4 .Films and Theatre
A. Rendezvous with Ray
B. Maya Bazaar
C. A Tribute

AP Class 10 English Notes New CCE Model

5. Bio-Diversity
A. Environment
B. Or will the Dreamer Wake? (Poem)
C. A Tale of Three Villages

6 .Nation and Diversity
A. My Childhood
B. A Plea for India (Poem)
C. Unity in Diversity in India

Note to the students
Dear Student,
i As you all know, your English textbook is student-friendly and interactive in nature.
i The new teaching methods and the activities given in the textbook demand your
active participation.
i The questions the teacher asks at various stages of learning may have more than
one answer;
i you are expected to express your ideas and thoughts freely.
What you have to do
i You learn most of the things through interactions, discussions and sharing; better
learning takes place when you participate in them actively.
i Try to understand the main ideas by guessing the meanings of words and sentences.
You may use the glossary given at the end of the text or use a dictionary.
i Try to identify the features of the text (such as story, essay, poem, etc.) you are
reading and share them with your classmates.
i While working in groups, take turns to share what you could understand, what you
could not understand and the parts you liked the most.
i Think critically (offer multiple points of view) to answer the questions the teacher
asks you.
i Your teacher will give you a possible writing task (conversation, description,
narrative, etc.) after reading a part of the text. Brainstorm the task in the whole
class and then attempt it individually and present it before the group /class.
i After getting further inputs/feedback from your teacher / group, work individually
to improve your writing. Share your writing with your group to refine it.
i The project work and the study skills are as important as the other components in
a unit.
i Most of the examination will be text independent. You will get unseen texts to
answer writing tasks relating to language.
i At the end of each unit you will find a page meant for self assessment. You are
expected to read the statements and respond to them.
i Since most of the examination will be text independent, the guides and question
banks may not be of much use to you for your examinations.
i You can improve your language by interacting in English with your friends and
teachers and by reading stories, newspapers, etc. and by listening to and watching,
English programmes on TV.
i If you are not able to express your ideas in English, you can share them in your
mother tongue. Later, collectively decide how to say it in English.



A Note to the Teacher
‘Our World through English’ Class X has been prepared in accordance with the
syllabus for a ten-year course in English as a second language. We hope you would
supplement this textbook with some other material of your choice for effective classroom transaction.
Teachers should promote interactive mode while transacting the language activities in each unit. They should act as facilitators and encourage children to do individual and group work, thus making them autonomous users of the language.
The Goals
After the completion of the course, the students are expected
 to attain the basic proficiency, such as is acquired in natural language learning i.e.,
the spontaneous and appropriate use of language for at least everyday use,
 to develop his/her linguistic competence for abstract thought and knowledge acquisition and,
 to construct discourses (oral and written) such as narratives, descriptions, essays,
conversations, diary, plays, script writing, profile writing, dramas, posters, slogans,
letters, etc.
Learning Outcomes / Academic Standards
At the end of the academic year the children are expected to achieve certain academic
standards. The everyday classroom transaction should focus on the following areas.
1. Listening and Speaking
2. Reading Comprehension
3. Vocabulary
4. Grammar
5. Conventions of Writing
6. Creative Expression (Oral and Written Discourses)
In order to achieve the above learning outcomes, the new textbooks have eight units
with different themes and genre