CBSE 2020 Class 10th English Language and Literature Marking Scheme

CBSE 2020 Class 10th English Language and Literature Marking Scheme
CBSE 2020 Class 10th Marking Scheme

CBSE class 10th English and Literature paper marking scheme for sample paper 2020 is provided here. The students can check the marking scheme to know the suggestive answers to all questions given in CBSE English and Literature sample paper. With this, the students can also understand the assessment scheme that explains how different types of questions are evaluated in board exams.

CBSE follows the step-wise marking in the evaluation process according to which each different line or step in an answer is assigned particular marks. For example, in article writing, the marks will be given differently for correct format, content, and expression. The Expression of the article is checked for grammatical accuracy, spellings, coherence, appropriate words, and relevance of ideas.

The students must be creative in presenting the ideas, should possess reasoning skills, and should use appropriate language while writing the expression. Students should analyze the class 10th CBSE English marking scheme to check every detail of the answer pattern for different types of questions.

The official website of CBSE to get more details is http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/index.html.

Marking scheme 2019-2020:

English and Literature.

Class X.

The Time allowed- 3 hours.

Maximum Marks – 80.

Section A (Reading): 20

1.  Answer any eight of the following questions:

a.       III. 230000 soldiers.

b.       (IV) II, IV, I, III.

c.       III. Jean Henri Dunant.

d.       IV. Writing a book.

e.       III. The contributors of Jean Henri Dunant

f.        I and III.

g.       Time.

h.       False

1×8=8
2.1 Answer any 4 of the questions in 30-40 words each.

a.       A spare called determination, insurance called faith, an engine called perseverance, and a driver called God.

b.       The difference between disaster and triumph lies in whether or not you are ready and eager to weather a storm. If you are prepared, those bumps will become stepping-stones.

c.       If you want to have a better future, you have to change yourself. Stop worrying about the various challenges that will come your way. Just believe in yourself and use them as stepping-stones.

d.       Success can be calculated from two standpoints- the external and the internal. Internally it the feeling of accomplishment and completeness derived from the conclusion of a task or fulfilment of desire and Externally it is the measure of a job well done and recognition

2×4=8
2.2 On the origin of your reading of the above extract, answer the following.

a.       iii. Triumph.

b.       Abundance.

c.       ii. Achievement.

d.       Superficial

1×4=4

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