Communicative English -II

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Regulation 2023

ISBN978-81-19432-90-5

UNIT-I       SITUATIONAL ENGLISH
Theory: (Prose)

Science Fiction Story [Any Short Story with Technical Words]

 

Focus on:

                   a) Technical words [Textual]

b) Conversions – Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives and Adverbs using affixes [Textual]

                                                  PRACTICAL: [Lab/Activity]

                                                             Exercise: 1

 

Listening:

               a) Listening to Scientific and Technological Passages.

·         [ Minimum 3 passages]

·         [Conversions – nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs using affixes ]

·         [Minimum 5 conversions from each of the 3 passages]

b) One Word Substitution [Technical]

·         [Minimum 5 words from each passage]

·         (To be recorded in the Record Notebook)

Speaking:

a) Process Description

 

·         [Making of working models and Lab procedures]

b) Situational dialogues [WH, Yes or No]

 

Reading:

Short Passages Based on Professional Ethics

Writing:

a) Rules for email etiquette

b) Email writing – [Business Letters and Job Applications]

 

Unit II FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH
Theory: (Poem) ‘The Bangle Sellers’ by Sarojini Naidu

Focus on:

    a) Poetry comprehension (poetry lines to be given with related questions to be answered in one or                two lines)

   b) Comparison of Adjectives [Textual]

   b) Fill in the blanks with suitable forms of adjectives.[General]

Listening:

Listening to Lyrical Poems and noting down the Descriptive Adjectives.

PRACTICAL: [Lab/Activity]

Exercise: 2

 

Speaking:

a) Word Cloud [ Minimum 3 word clouds]

[Frame 5 sentences from each Word Cloud] [Minimum 5 words]

b) Homophones and their meanings [General]

 

             [A selected list of 25 homophones will be provided]

             [To be recorded in the Record Notebook]

Reading:

a) Reading Comprehension [News Articles]

 

[Questions and Answers, Synonyms/ Antonyms, Completing the sentence

 

b) Newspaper Reading Practice is to be given.

 

Writing:

a) Collocations of Technical Words [Match the Collocations]

 

[ A selected list of 25 Collocations will be provided]

b) Punctuations [Sentences and Passages]

 

Unit III EXPRESSIVE ENGLISH
Theory: (Prose)  Narrative Essay –

‘On Saying Please’ by A.G. Gardiner

Focus on:

                   Reporting Dialogues

[Textual/General]

[Change into Reported Speech]

Listening:

Listen to Scientific Passages [Questions and Answers]

Speaking:

a) Facing an Interview

 

·         Preparations [Checklist]

·         Body Language [Tips]

b) Mock Interviews [Practical Model to be given]

 

PRACTICAL: (Lab/Activity)

Exercise: 3

 

Reading:

·         Reading Idiomatic Expressions with their meanings.

·         [Matching the idioms with their meanings]

·         [5 Idioms in each set]

·         A selected list of 25 idioms with their meanings will be provided]

[To be recorded in the Record Notebook]

 

Writing:

·         Info graphics/Picture Reading

[General/Technical]

      [Comprehending it as a Paragraph]

Unit IV EFFECTIVE ENGLISH
Theory: (Prose)

 

General Prose Passage – [Speech by a famous Indian Personality]

Focus on:

·         Identification of Types of Sentences

·         Four Types – Assertive, Interrogative, Imperative and Exclamatory]

[Textual/General]

Listening:
              Speeches of Great Personalities [Note-Taking]
Speaking:

Group Discussion

[General Topics – Environmental and Creating Awareness]

Reading:

Reading various types of sentences with intonation

[Falling Tone and Rising Tone]

PRACTICAL: (Lab/Activity)

Exercise: 4

 

Writing:

·         Advertisement Writing

·         [Classifieds – Educational, Rental, Real Estate, Automotive, Business Offers]

·          [Minimum one from each classified]

[To be recorded in the Record Notebook]

Unit V CREATIVE ENGLISH
Theory:

 

Passages on Motivational Topics

Focus on:

     a) Phrasal Verbs [Textual]

     b) Framing sentences using Phrasal Verbs [General]

[ A selected list of 25 Phrasal Verbs will be provided]

Listening:

Listening to the Weather Reports

[Fill up the information gaps]

PRACTICAL: (Lab/Activity)

Exercise: 5

Speaking:

·         Describing Oneself – [Physical Features, Character Traits, Likes and Dislikes]

·         [ Describe in points under each aspect ]

[To be recorded in the Record Notebook]

Reading:

·         Interpreting Graphics into Verbal

[Pie chart/Bar Diagram/Flow chart]

Writing:

a) Completing a story

b) Caption Writing for News Reports

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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