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CBSE Assessment of Speaking and Listening (ASL) SA2, Speaking Class XI Code XI-S, Examiners Copy

CBSE Assessment
of Speaking and Listening (ASL)
Speaking Class XI
Code XI-S

Examiners Copy for ASL Speaking Class 11

Stage 1: Introduction (1 minute)

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Stage 2: Topic Presentation (5 minutes)

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Stage 3: Problem solving (4 minutes)

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SECTION B TOPIC FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS EXAMINER COPY

How would you have felt if _____?
How do you think _____ will change in the future?
How would you explain _____?
How would you feel if you _____?
How would the situation/ result have been different if they had(n’t) _____?
If you had _____,what would you have done?
If you had _____how different would _____ have been?
Should _____ regret _____?
What can/could/should be done to/by _____?
What do you hope will happen if/when _____?
What may/might be the reason/explanation for _____?
What should be done to change _____?
Why is ———— a better option than _____ ?
What are the advantages/disadvantages of _____?
Don’t you think _____might regret _____?
What’s your impression of _____ ?
What would have been your reaction _____ ?
How would you react in _____ situation?
Do you wish you _____ ?
Don’t you think it might be difficult to _____ ?

SECTION C PROBLEM-SOLVING TASKS AND FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS

EXAMINER COPY

CLASS XI ASL PROBLEM-SOLVING TASKS (B1) CODE XI-S

Task 1
Prompt

Your friend is very shy and doesn’t take part in extracurricular activities/sports at school. His parents are worried that he doesn’t mix with others but studies all the time. With your partner discuss

• what might be the reason for this and
• what you can say or do to encourage your friend to interact with others.

Follow-up questions
a. How will you convince your friend that it’s important to …?
b. Do you think it would be right to persuade him to …
c. Will it be easy to …?
d. What role can other classmates play in …?
e. What role do you think the parents/teacher/school counsellor could play in this?
f. What role do you think your friend could play in …?
g. What can you tell him to counter the view …?
h. Do you think it’s unfair…?
i. What other steps could you both take?
j. Why do you think your friend does/doesn’t …?

Task 2
Prompt

Your friend lives with his grandparents who are unwell. He reaches school late because he needs to help them in the morning. He is frequently penalised by the teacher. Discuss with your partner

• what you could do to assist your friend, and
• how he could resolve his situation.

Follow-up questions

a. How could you or your classmates help your friend?
b. What challenges do you think you will have to overcome to … ?
c. Would it be a good idea to involve his grandparents while trying to resolve the issue? Why/Why not?
d. What role can other classmates play in …?
e. What role do you think the teacher/school counsellor could play in this?
f. What role do you think your friend could play in …?
g. How do you think it would be to … ?
h. What issues may arise when you……….. ?
i. In what other ways could you … ?
j. What would you do if … ?

Task 3
Prompt

Your friend has a hearing disability. She is teased by her classmates and is hurt and annoyed by their behaviour. You feel that the matter has to be addressed before it becomes serious and affects her deeply.

Discuss with your partner:
• how you can help your friend, and
• how you should address the matter.

Follow-up questions
a. Would you agree with… or give up?
b. How else can you…?
c. Would you involve your parents…?
d. Why not try to…?
e. Why is it important to…?
f. Would you pay to…?
g. How would you counter…?
h. How easy/difficult do you think it would be for you…?
i. Can you think of how you and your partner could…?
j. What do you think about…?

Task 4
Prompt

Your friend is good at English, History and Geography. However, his parents feel he should continue to pursue Science and become a doctor, even though he is not very good at Science. Discuss with your partner

• what your friend can do to convince his parents, and
• what career options he could pursue.

Follow-up questions
a. How could you or your classmates help your friend?
b. What challenges do you think your friend will have to overcome to … ?
c. Would it be a good idea to involve his parents? Why/Why not?
d. What role do you think the teacher/school counsellor could play in this?
e. What do you think your friend could do to …?
f. How do you think it would be to … ?
g. What issues may arise when your friend … ?
h. What would you do if … ?
i. Do you think it will be for you to …?
j. What can you tell his parents to counter the view …?

Task 5
Prompt

One of your neighbours plays loud music every night. This disturbs you and the other neighbours, since children are not able to study, and old people are not able to sleep. Discuss with your partner

• how you can convince the person to not disturb others, and
• what effect can such noise pollution could have on the community.

Follow-up questions
a. Why is it important to…?
b. Would you agree that…? Why/Why not?
c. How do you think it would be to…? Why?
d. Who else would you discuss the issue with?
e. Could you use an example to …?
f. Do you think it would be a good idea to involve the police? Why/Why not?
g. What role do you think … could play?
h. Do you think your neighbour will cooperate with …?
i. What would happen if …?
j. How could your other neighbours help in …?

Task 6
Prompt

There are some small houses near your school. Every morning you see the people living there walk a long distance to fetch water. You would like to help them in some way. Discuss with your partner

• how you would like to go about this, and
• who you could approach to resolve the issue.

Follow-up questions
a. What do you think about….?
b. Why do you think it’s important to …?
c. Do you think it would be a good idea to involve other students?
d. How would it be to put your solution in place? Why?
e. How do you think the parents can help in … ?
f. What challenges are you likely to face in …?
g. Is there any other way in which you could …?
h. Would it be a good idea to …?
i. What would happen if …?
j. Would you involve local celebrities to help your cause? Why/Why not?

Task 7
Prompt

Your brother is part of the school’s hockey team and is its best player. His friend is also part of the team, but he tries to keep your brother out of practice sessions and tournaments.

Your brother is hurt but does not want to offend his friend. Discuss with your partner
• what you could do to help your brother, and
• what steps you would suggest to help resolve the issue.

Follow-up questions
a. Why do you think your brother’s friend …?
b. What do you think about….?
c. Do you think it would be a good idea to involve other students?
d. How would it be to suggest to your brother’s friend that
sportsmanship …? Why?
e. How do you think parents can help in … ?
f. What challenges are you likely to face in …?
g. Is there any other way in which you could …?
h. Would it be a good idea to …?
i. What role do you think … could play?
j. Could you use an example to …?

Task 8
Prompt

Your elder sister learnt pottery as a hobby in college but is now keen to start her own pottery studio/shop and earn her living. Your parents feel that she should continue to study and choose a safe career. Discuss with your partner

• what you could do to help your sister, and
• what steps you would suggest to help resolve the issue.

Follow-up questions
a. What do you think about….?
b. Why do you think it is important to …?
c. Do you think it would be a good idea to involve her friends?
d. How would it be to put your solution in place? Why?
e. What challenges is she likely to face in …?
f. Is there any other way in which you could …?
g. Would it be a good idea to …?
h. Do you agree with your partner that …?
i. How would you motivate your sister to … ?
j. Who else would you discuss the issue with?

Task 9
Prompt

Every morning your friend is late getting ready, so, the school bus waits for several minutes for him. Since the driver keeps the engine running, fuel is wasted; everyone is annoyed with your friend because they are kept waiting. Discuss with your partner

• how you would explain to your friend the resultant problems, and
• what steps you would suggest to help resolve the issue.

Follow-up questions
a. What do you think about….?
b. Why do you think it is important to …?
c. Do you think it would be a good idea to involve the school? Why/Why not?
d. How would it be to put your solution in place? Why?
e. What challenges are you likely to face in …?
f. Is there any other way in which you could …?
g. Would it be a good idea to …?
h. Do you agree with your partner that …?
i. How would you motivate your friend to … ?
j. Who else would you discuss the issue with?

Task 10
Prompt

During summer, when there is scarcity of water, you notice that your immediate neighbours use water liberally to wash their vehicle and their front yard. Discuss with your partner

• what advice you would give to them, and
• what steps you would suggest to help resolve the issue.

Follow-up questions
a. Why do you think it is important to …?
b. Do you think it would be a good idea to involve the community/association/
panchayat?
c. How would it be to put your solution in place? Why?
d. What challenges are you likely to face in …?
e. Is there any other way in which you could …?
f. Would it be a good idea to …?
g. Do you agree with your partner that …?
h. How would you motivate your neighbour to … ?
i. Who else would you discuss the issue with?
j. What effect will this have on … ?

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  1. ashish jha says:

    give sollution for all this otherwise it is nit helpfull

  2. Ritika says:

    Your friend could not get selected to represent the school at annual dance competition. She has become rude with other dance participant. What could be the reason for this behaviour? How you could help her to resolve this issue?

  3. Ritika chouradiya says:

    Your friend could not get selected to represent the school at annual dance competition. She has become rude with other dance participant. What could be the reason for this behaviour? How you could help her to resolve this issue?

  4. abhishek says:

    one of your neighbours plays loud music every night .this disturbs you and the other neighbours ,since children are not able to study ,and old people are not able to sleep.discuss with your partner

  5. Kartik says:

    Your friend is very shy and doesn’t take part in extracurricular activities/sports at school. His parents are worried that he doesn’t mix with others but studies all the time. With your partner discuss

    • what might be the reason for this and
    • what you can say or do to encourage your friend to interact with others.
    Answers…………….please………

  6. shivraj says:

    please!!! give answer of task 3 prompt i need it urgently!!!

  7. Mohd Faiz says:

    Please give me answer prompt no.6 plzz urzently..

  8. Himanshi says:

    Prompt
    Your elder sister learnt pottery as a hobby in
    college but is now keen to start her own pottery
    studio/shop and earn her living. Your parents feel
    that she should continue to study and choose a
    safe career. Discuss with your partner
    • what you could do to help your sister, and
    • what steps you would suggest to help resolve
    the issue. Please answer this

  9. Manoj sodi says:

    Answers of this question

  10. Suneha says:

    Pls snd the prompt3
    Answer

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