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MP Board Class 12 English Syllabus and Unit wise Marks

The English subject syllabus of Madhya Pradesh Board Class 12th along with marks allotment for each unit. The students studying in Class 12th of schools affiliated to MP Board have to compulsorily study either English Special as first language or English General as second language.

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The English subject syllabus of Madhya Pradesh Board Class 12th along with marks allotment for each unit. The students studying in Class 12th of schools affiliated to MP Board have to compulsorily study either English Special as first language or English General as second language. The students can check here complete syllabus for English General and English Special syllabus for MP Board Class 12th as provided on this page below –

Examination Scheme of MP Board Class 12 English –

Paper – One

Paper duration – 3 hours for each paper

Marks for English General Paper – 100 marks

Marks for English Special Paper – 100 marks

Class 12th Board Passing Criteria – 33% marks in theory paper as well as practical/viva separately

 

 
 

MP Board Syllabus for Class 12th English Special

Units

Marks

Detailed topics

Unit 1: Prose

 

20 marks

  • The Horse
  • Warrior Against Weeds
  • A Most Forgiving Ape
  • A Young Turkish Catastrophe
  • A Tiny Sanctuary
  • Mano Majra
  • A Jamaican Fragment
  • The Heritage of India
  • Gold in the North
  • My Greatest Olympic Prize.
  • The Green Revolution
  • The Snob
  • Most Dear to All the Muses
  • The Case For the Defence
  • On My Seventieth Birthday

Unit 2: Poetry

14 marks

ETERNAL LINES" Published by CBSE New Delhi.

Relevant notes on literary forms of poetry, figures of speech, Simile, Metaphor, alliteration, hyperbole, allegory, fable, parable, sonnet, metaphor, ode, ballad, lyric. (Specially prepared notes to be given)

Unit 3: Drama

10 marks

Arms and the Man. By George Bernard Shaw (Unabridged) (Published by Orient Longman).

Unit 4: Grammar

12   arks

  • Kinds of sentences-Simple, Compound Complex. Transformation of sentences
  • Tenses-Indefinite, Continuous Perfect, Perfect Continuous.
  • Articles and Determiners.
  • Preposition-Prepositional Phrases
  • Modals
  • Non-finites (i) Infinitives (ii) Gerunds (iii) Participles
  • Transformation (without changing the meaning of the given sentences) of (a) Degrees (b) Negative sentence (c) Interrogative sentence
  • Punctuation.
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Clauses (i) Nominal (ii) Relative (iii) Coordinate (iv) Adverbial (All Type)
  • Reported speech

(i) Assertive (ii) Interrogative (iii) Imperative (iv)Exclamatory

  • Voices - Active to Passive and Vice/ Versa

Unit 5: Vocabulary

08 marks

Usage of words from and related to the prescribed detailed study prose book

Unit 6: Unseen

08 marks

A passage of about 250 words- Practice should be given in class- room

Unit 7: Precise

06 marks

An Unseen passage of about 250 words meant for comprehension

Unit 8: Essay

15 marks

Current Topics, Generalised Topics, Extension of given ideas. Example: 'Prevention is better than cure' (200 words).

Unit 9: Letter Writing

07 marks

Formal and Informal Letters.

Total

100 marks

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Download here complete syllabus for MP Board Class 12th English Special

 MP Board Syllabus for Class 12th English General:

Units

Marks

Detailed syllabus

Unit 1: Prose

12 marks

  • Fight against Malaria
  • The Trust Property
  • Australia’s Rabbit Problem
  • I am John’s Heart
  • Tight Corners
  • The Ant and the Grasshopper
  • Ideas That Have Helped Mankind
  • God Sees the Truth But Waits
  • Hiroshima
  • Testament

Unit 2: Poetry

06 marks

  • The Psalm of Life
  • Indian Weavers
  • Sindhu
  • Daffodils
  • Where the Mind is Without Fear
  • Leisure

Unit 3: Vocabulary

04 marks

Words and Phrases from the texts.

Unit 4: Grammar

10 marks

  • Articles
  • Determiners
  • Verbs
  • Preposition
  • Conjunctions
  • Voices- Active/ Passive
  • Narration Direct/ Indirect.
  • (A) Complex sentences with finite clauses.

(a) Relative clauses.

(b) Adverb clauses.

(c) Nominal clauses.

(d) Appositive clauses.

(e) Coordinate clauses.

  • (B) Complex sentences with the following non-finite phrases

(a) to.................ing.

(b) ...................ing.

(c) ..................ed.

Unit 5: Unseen Passage

05 marks

 

Unit 6: Essay Writing

08 marks

Descriptive and Current Problems

Unit 7: Letter Writing

05 marks

Formal and Non-Formal

Total marks

50 marks

 

Download the complete syllabus for MP Board Class 12th English General

Download the complete syllabus for MP Board Class 12th English special

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