RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Literature and Compulsory

RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Literature and Course Compulsory Pdf download of Rainbow, Panorama, Prudence, Inside The Haveli are part of RBSE Solutions for Class 12. Here we have given RBSE Rajasthan Board Books RBSE Class 12th English Solutions Pdf Angreji.

Board RBSE
Textbook SIERT, Rajasthan
Class Class 12
Subject English
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Rajasthan Board RBSE Class 12 English Solutions

RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Compulsory (English Course):

RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Rainbow

  • Chapter 1 Water
  • Chapter 2 A Room 10′ × 8′
  • Chapter 3 Third Thoughts
  • Chapter 4 Lost Spring
  • Chapter 5 India’s Gifts to the World
    • How Yoga Heals
    • Purity is Power
  • Chapter 6 On Reading in Relation to Literature
  • Chapter 7 Indigo
  • Chapter 8 A Journey to the End of the Earth
  • Chapter 9 A Walk Through the Fire
  • Chapter 10 Deep Water
  • Chapter 11 On the Face of It
  • Chapter 12 The Noble Nature
  • Chapter 13 A Boy’s Song
  • Chapter 14 The Hope
  • Chapter 15 The Seven Ages of Man
  • Chapter 16 The Snare

RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Panorama

  • Chapter 1 The Tiger King
  • Chapter 2 The Portrait of a Lady
  • Chapter 3 (i) The Guitar Player
  • Chapter 3 (ii) Svayamvara
  • Chapter 4 Drought
  • Chapter 5 Love Across the Salt Desert
  • Chapter 6 Trouble in Bohemia
  • Chapter 7 Dead Men’s Path
  • Chapter 8 The Gift of the Magi
  • Chapter 9 The Last Lesson
  • Chapter 10 Going Places
  • Chapter 11 The Rattrap

RBSE Class 12 English Reading

RBSE Class 12 English Unseen Passages

Unseen Passages Type-I

  • Unseen Passages for Comprehension Factual
  • Unseen Passages for Comprehension Discursive
  • Unseen Passages for Comprehension Literary

Unseen Passages Type-II

  • Note-Making and Summary

RBSE Class 12 English Writing

RBSE Class 12 English Short Composition

  • Advertisement Writing
  • Notice Writing
  • Poster Writing
  • Description of Arguments For or Against a Topic
  • Accepting and Declining Invitations

RBSE Class 12 English Report/ Factual Description

  • Report Writing
  • Factual Description

RBSE Class 12 English Letter Writing

  • Business Letters
  • Official Letters
  • Letters to Editors on Various Social, National and International Issues
  • Application for a Job including CV (Curriculum Vitae)/Resume

RBSE Class 12 English Long Composition

  • Article Writing (Verbal Input)
  • Article Writing (Visual Input)
  • Speech Writing (Verbal Input)
  • Speech Writing (Visual Input)

RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Literature:

RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Prudence

Short Stories

  • Chapter 1 To-morrow
  • Chapter 2 One Centimetre
  • Chapter 3 A Wedding in Brownsville
  • Chapter 4 Eveline
  • Chapter 5 A Cup of Tea
  • Chapter 6 The Cow of the Barricades

Poetry

  • Chapter 1 A Lecture Upon the Shadow
  • Chapter 2 On Time
  • Chapter 3 On Shakespeare-1630
  • Chapter 4 The Divine Image
  • Chapter 5 The Human Abstract
  • Chapter 6 Trees
  • Chapter 7 Time and Time Again
  • Chapter 8 If
  • Chapter 9 The Tiger and the Deer
  • Chapter 10 Transformation

Non-Fiction

  • Chapter 1 Does Culture Matter?
  • Chapter 2 Why the Novel Matters
  • Chapter 3 The Argumentative Indian
  • Chapter 4 On the Ignorance of the Learned

Drama

  • Chapter 1 Broken Images
  • Chapter 2 How He Lied to Her Husband

RBSE Class 12 English Literature Literary Terms

RBSE Solutions for Class 12 English Inside The Haveli

  • Inside The Haveli Introduction
  • Inside the Haveli Section-I
  • Inside the Haveli Section-II
  • Inside the Haveli Section-III

RBSE Class 12 English Literature Reading

  • Unseen Passages
  • Unseen Poems

RBSE Class 12 English Literature Writing

  • Essay Writing
  • Article Writing
  • Report Writing
  • Speech Writing

RBSE Class 12 English Grammar

  • Editing and Error Correction of Words and Sentences
  • Changing the Narration of a Given Input

RBSE Class 12 English Literature Syllabus

The Examination Scheme for the subject is as follows:

Paper Time (Hrs.) Maries for the Paper Sessional Total Marks
One 3.15 80 20 100
Area of Learning Marks
Reading 15
Writing 15
Grammar 10
Literary Terms 06
Text Book: Prudence 24
Fiction: Inside the Haveli 10

1. Reading (15 Marks)
(an unseen passage and poem)
(a) One literary or discursive passage of about 400-500 words followed by short questions (8 Marks)
(b) A poem of about 15 lines followed by short questions to test interpretation and appreciation (7 Marks)

2. Writing (15 Marks)
(a) An essay on the argumentative/discursive/reflective or descriptive topic (150-200 words) (8 Marks)
(Students should be taught all kinds of essays. Anyone can be asked)
(b) A composition such as an article, report, speech (150-200 words) (7 Marks)
(Students should be taught all kinds of compositions. Anyone can be asked.)

3. Grammar (10 Marks)
(a) Editing and error correction of words and sentences (5 Marks)
(b) Changing the narration of given input (5 Marks)

4. Literary Terms (6 Marks)
Metaphysical Poetry, Impressionism, Stream of Consciousness, Interior Monologue, Anglo-Indian Literature, Indo-Anglican Literature
(The two out of four terms are to be attempted) (2 × 3 = 6 Marks)

5. Text for detailed study (24 Marks)
(a) Two out of three textual questions to be answered in 100 words each testing global comprehension, etc. (2 × 6 = 12)
(b) Four out of five textual questions to be answered in about 50 words each testing comprehension, characterization, interpretation, etc. (4 × 3 = 12 Marks)

6. Fiction (10 Marks)
(a) One out of two textual questions to be answered in about 60 words and/or each seeking comments, interpretation, etc. (4 Marks)
(b) One textual question in about 100 words to test evaluation and appreciation of characters, events, episodes and interpersonal relationships (6 Marks)

Books Prescribed

  1. Prudence – Published by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan, Ajmer
  2. Inside the Haveli (by Rama Mehta) – Published by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan, Ajmer

RBSE Class 12 English Course (Compulsory) Syllabus

The Examination Scheme for the subject is as follows:

Paper Time (Hrs.) Marks for the Paper Sessional Total Marks
One 3.15 80 20 100
Area of Learning Marks
Reading 15
Writing 25
Textbook: Rainbow 25
Supp. Book: Panorama 15

Section – A
Reading – Unseen passages for comprehension and note making. (15 Marks)

Two unseen passages (about 700-900 words in all)
The passages will include two of the following
(a) Factual passage e.g. instruction, description, report.
(b) Discursive passage involving opinion e.g. argumentative, persuasive or interpretative text.
(c) Literary passage e.g. extract from fiction, drama, poetry, essay or biography.
The details are as given below:

Unseen Passages Testing Areas No. of Words Marks Total
1. Comprehension 1. Short answer type questions to test local, global and inferential comprehension

2. Vocabulary-such as word formation and inferring meaning.

400 – 500

6

3

9
2. Note-making

1. Note-making in an appropriate format

2. Abstraction (Summary)

300 – 400 4

2

6

Section – B
Writing (25 Marks)

3. One out of two short compositions – (about 50 words) (4 Marks)
It includes-writing (A) advertisements, (B) notices, (C) drafting posters on social, current or national issues, (D) description of arguments for or against a topic, (E) accepting.and declining invitations.

4. A report on an event or a factual description – (about 100 words) (7 Marks)
(one out of two based on some verbal input)

5. Letter – (one out of two based on some verbal input) (7 Marks)
The letters will include the following:
(a) Business or official letters (for making enquiries, registering complaints, asking for and giving information, placing orders and sending replies.)
(b) letters to the editor on various social, national and international issues.
(c) application for a job including CV (Curriculum Vitae)/ Resume

6. One out of two compositions – (about 100 words) (7 Marks)
(based on visual and or verbal input, the compositions may be descriptive or argumentative in nature such as an article, or a speech)

Section – C
Text Books
Rainbow (25 Marks)

7. One out of two extracts
(based on poetry from the text to test comprehension and appreciation) (4 Marks)

8. Three out of four short questions from the poetry section to test local and global comprehension of text. (6 Marks)

9. Four short answer questions based on the lessons from prescribed text. (8 Marks)

10. One put of two long answer type questions based on the text to test global comprehension (about 125 words) (7 Marks)

Panorama (15 Marks)

11. One out of two long answer type questions based on Supplimentary Reader to test comprehension and extrapolation of thfeme, character and incidents (about 125 words) (7 Marks)

12. Four short answer questions from the Supplimentary Reader. (8 Marks)

Prescribed Books

  1. Rainbow – Published by Rajasthan State Textbook Board, Jaipur.
  2. Panorama – Published by Rajasthan State Textbook Board, Jaipur.

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