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CBSE Class 9 English (Language and Literature) for the new academic session 2022-2023 is available here. Download the revised syllabus for course details and end-of-year exam quiz format.

CBSE Class 9 English Program 2022-2023: The revised CBSE 2022-23 syllabus for Grade 9 English (Language and Literature) is provided in this article for download as a PDF. Students should go through this revised syllabus to understand the course structure and content to prepare for the annual assessment. The question format for CBSE Class 9 English Annual Examination 2022-23 is also mentioned in this syllabus.

Check CBSE Class 9 English Language and Literature (Code No. 184) Syllabus 2022-2023 below:

Annual exam – Theoretical test (80 points)

Section A

Reading skills

20 dots

40 periods

Section B

Writing skills with grammar

20 dots

40 periods

Section C

Literature textbooks and additional reading text

40 dots

50 periods

CBSE Class 9 Syllabus 2022-2023 of all subjects – Download in PDF

Section A – Reading Skills

Reading comprehension through an invisible passage (20 points)

I. Discursive passage of 400-450 words. (10 dots)

II. Case-based pass (with visual input – statistical data, graph, etc.) 200-250 words. (10 dots)

(Total length of two passages should be 600-700 words)

Multiple-choice/objective-type questions will be asked to assess inference, analysis, interpretation, evaluation, and vocabulary.

Section B – Writing Skills with Grammar

III. Grammar (10 points)

  • Time
  • Modals
  • Matter
  • verb to agree
  • Reported speech

o Commands and queries

o Declarations

o Questions

o Determinants

Courses at the secondary level seek to cement a high professional understanding of grammatical elements and levels of precision. Accurate use of spelling, punctuation and grammar will be assessed through gap-filling/editing/transformation exercises. Ten questions out of 12 will be attempted.

IV. Creative writing skills (10 points)

This section will include short and long writing assignments, including compositions.

(i) Writing a descriptive paragraph (word limit 100-120 words) about a person/event/situation based on visual or verbal cues. One out of two questions must be answered. (5 dots)

(ii) Write a journal entry/story on a given title in 100-120 words. One out of two questions must be answered. (5 dots)

Section C – Literature Manual and Additional Reader

V. Reference to context (40 points)

(i) Every other excerpt from Drama / Prose.

(ii) Every other excerpt of poetry. (5+5 = 10 points)

Multiple-choice/objective-type questions will be asked to assess inference, analysis, interpretation, evaluation, and vocabulary.

VI. Short and long answer questions

(i) Four out of five short answer questions to be answered in 40-50 words from the BEEHIVE book. (4×3=12 dots)

(ii) Two out of three short-answer questions to be answered in 40-50 words from the MOMENTS book. (3×2=6 dots)

(iii) Every second BEEHIVE long-answer question should be answered in approximately 100-120 words to assess creativity, imagination, and extrapolation beyond text and across texts. It can also be a question based on a passage from a situation/plot from the texts. (6 dots)

(iv) Every other MOMENTS long-answer question on a theme or plot involving interpretation, extrapolation beyond the text, and inference or character sketch to be answered in approximately 100-120 words. (6 dots)

Prescribed books:

Published by NCERT, New Delhi

Hive

Prose

1. The fun they had

2. The sound of music

3. The little girl

4. A Truly Magnificent Mind

5. The Snake and the Mirror

6. My childhood

7. Reach the top

8. Kathmandu

9. If I Were You

Poems

1. The road not taken

2. Wind

3. Rain on the roof

4. Innisfree Lake Island

5. A Northland Legend

6. No man is a stranger

7. By killing a tree

8. A Sleep Sealed My Mind

Moments

1. The lost child

2. The Adventures of Toto

3. Iswaran the Storyteller

4. In the Mad Kingdom

5. The Happy Prince

6. The Last Leaf

7. A house is not a house

8. The Beggar

WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS – II (WORKBOOK FOR CLASS X) – Units 1 to 6 and Units 8, 10 and 11

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