Kerala SSLC English- Notes, Worksheets and Video Lessons

SSLC ENGLISH Notes

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Class X English Chapters and Syllabus

Unit 1- Glimpses of Green

  • Adventures in a Banyan Tree (Short Story)
  • The Snake and the Mirror (Short Story)
  • Lines Written in Early Spring (Poem)

Unit II- The Frames

  • Project Tiger (Memoir)
  • My Sister’s Shoes (Screenplay)
  • Blowin’ In The Wind (Song)

Unit III- Lore of Values

  • The Best Investment I Ever Made (Anecdote)
  • The Ballad of Father Gilligan (Poem)
  • The Danger of a Single Story (Speech)

Unit IV-  Flights of Fancy

  • The Scholarship Jacket (Short Story)
  • Poetry (Poem)
  • The Never Never Nest (One-Act Play)

Unit V- Ray of Hope

  • Vanka (Short Story)
  • Mother to Son (Poem)
  • The Castaway (Short Story)

Each unit contains a number of activities for the development of language skills, vocabulary, grammar and mastery over the language. By learning the chapters the learners are exected to acquiring the following skills like

  • read individually for information and pleasure, identify and list down poetic devices like imagery, rhyme, rhythm and tone of a poem.
  • prepare a critical appreciations, read, comprehend and analyse a text critically
  • use vocabulary effectively in appropriate contexts
  • construct discourses like review of the story, description, character sketch, narration, informal letter etc
  • demonstrate Literal and inferential comprehension of works of non-fiction through participation in discussion and writing activities
  • engage in formal writing assignments that require utilisation of all stages of the writing process
  • engage critically and constructively in oral exchanges of ideas
  • deliver a clear, coherent oral presentation using information and diction suitable for the subject, purpose and audience
  • demonstrate understanding of character, conflict and theme of a film by responding in writing or discussion with supporting points and
  • compare or contrast written text with its cinematic rendering by responding in writing or through discussion.

SSLC English   Notes, Question Answers, Worksheets and Video Classes

Chapter NameNotes and Materials Download Link
Adventures in a Banyan TreeDownload
Snake and the MirrorDownload
Lines Written in Early Spring Download
Project TigerDownload
My Sisters ShoesDownload
Blowing In The WindDownload
The Best Investment I Ever MadeDownload
The Ballad of Father GilliganDownload
The Danger of a Single StoryDownload

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