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English 2nd Paper Syllabus for HSC 2024

Revised Syllabus for HSC Examination 2024(According to Revised Syllabus 2023)

Subject: English 2nd Paper

Subject Code: 108


Subject: English


Revised Syllabus for HSC Examination 2024 due to Covid-19 Pandemic


Paper: II


Subject code: 108


Full marks: 100


Title

Learning outcome

Content

No of classes require d

Serial of classes

Comment

The Sentence

Describe a process (speaking, writing) narrate incidents and events in a logical sequence (speaking, writing)

types of sentences, affirmative, negative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory, simple, complex, compound) modifier, sentence connectors, punctuation, conditionals, questions (WH-words and action verb), statement question, tag question

10

1st ,2nd, 3 rd, 4th 5th, 6th, 7th 8th.9th,10th

 

Word formation

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

synonym and antonyms, compound

4

11th,12th, 13th,14th

 

The Phrases

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

noun phrase, prepositional phrase, verb phrase, adjective Phrase, infinitive phrase

6

15th,16th ,17th,18th, 19th,20th

 

The Clause

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing) read, understand and follow authentic texts and signs i.e.

main clause, subordinate clause, coordinate clause, noun clause, adjective clause adverbial

8

21st.22nd. 23rd,24th, 25th,26th, 27th,28th

 



























 

instructions, directions, signposts and notices (reading, listening)

 

 

 

 

Use of Nouns

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

countable uncountable , abstract , common

3

29th,30th, 31st

 

Use of Pronouns

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

pronoun referencing

3

32nd,33rd, 34th

 

Use of Preposition

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

selected by the teacher

5

35th,36th, 37th,38th, 39th

 

Subject -verb Agreement Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

selected by the teacher

5

40th,41st, 42nd,43rd, 44th,

 

Study of verbs

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

regular and irregular verbs • Be verbs • finite verbs, non-finite verbs • transitive and intransitive verbs • infinitives, gerund, participles • modals

5

45th,46th, 47th,48th, 49th,

 

Use of Tenses

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

selected by the teacher

10

50th 51st,52nd, 53rd,54th, 55th,56th ,57th,58t h,59th

 

Adverb and Adverbials

speak, read, and write English accurately in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing)

selected by the teacher

6

60th,61st, 62nd,63rd, 64th,65th,

 

Direct and Indirect

speak, read, and write English accurately

selected by the teacher

5

66th,67th,

 



Speech

Special Uses

in all aspects of communication. (speaking, reading, writing) read, understand and follow authentic texts and signs i.e. instructions, directions, signposts and notices (reading, listening)

 

 

68th,69th, 70th,

 

Composition

•        write formal, informal, academic,

professional and other genres of texts e.g. descriptive, narrative, argumentative (writing)

•        use references in writing and

making bibliography (reading, writing)

mechanics of writings: topic selection, brainstorming, outlining, writing topic sentence, developing ideas, maintaining cohesion, coherence, writing conclusions etc. • Types of paragraphs (paragraph writing by listing, narration, comparison and contrast, cause and effect) • Descriptive, narrative, persuasive/argumentative, imaginative and creative writing (such as telling/completing stories) Academic writing: taking notes, analysing graphs and charts, summary writing, referencing and making a bibliography

5

71st,72nd, 73rd,74th, 75th

 

Total number of classes 75




Marks Distribution for HSC English 2nd paper (For the year 2024) Subject Code - 108

 

Test Item/s

Marks

 

Part A: Grammar (60 marks)

 

1

Gap filling activities without clues (for prepositions)

.5x10=05

2

Gap filling activities with clues (special uses: was born, have to/has to, would rather, had better, let alone, as soon as, what’s...like, what does...look like, introductory ‘there’ or ‘it’)

0.5x10=05

3

Completing sentences (with clauses/ phrases)

10x1= 10

4

Use of verbs (right form of verbs and subject-verb agreement as per context)

0.5x14=7

5

Narrative style (direct to indirect and vice versa)

7

6

Use of modifiers

0.5x10=5

7

Use of sentence connectors

0.5x14=7

8

Use of synonym and antonym

0.5x14=7

9

Punctuation

0.5x14=7

 

Part-B: Composition (40 marks)

 

10

Formal letter writing/Gmail

10

11

Writing paragraph (by listing/ description) within 200 words

15

12

Writing paragraph (comparison and contrast/ cause and effect) within 200 words.

15


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