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CBSE Assessment of Speaking and Listening (ASL) Speaking Class 9 SA2, Code IX-S, Examiner’s Copy and 1 to 10 Prompts for Class 9 ASL.

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

Class IX Speaking Plan Code IX-S

8 minutes

Stage 1: Introduction (1 minute)

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Stage 2: Topic Presentation (4 minutes)

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Stage 3: Problem solving (3 minutes)

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SECTION A INTRODUCTORY QUESTIONS

Class IX

Topic area                      Questions

Place                                Where do you live? Do you like it?
School                              What do you like about your school?
Hobbies                           Do you have a hobby? Tell me about it?
Study                                What is your favourite time to study? Why?
Weekend                          How do you spend your weekend?
Holiday                            Do you go out of ………………. <city> during holidays? Where do                                                  you like to go?
TV                                     Do you like watching TV? Why?/Why not?

 

 

SECTION B TOPIC FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS
EXAMINER COPY
Have you ever ______?
Have you ever been _____? Tell me about that.
If I want to learn ______, what do I need to do?
If/when you can ______ again, what will you do next time?
What will happen if/when I/you/we don’t ______?
What happens if/when ______?
Where were you ______-ing?
Tell me about what you must do when you ______?
Do/Don’t you have to/need to ______? Why?
In your opinion, what’s the best way to ______?
What’s your opinion of ______?
What do you think about ______?
Why (is that)?
Why do you like _____-ing ______?
Why do you want to (be a) _____?
Why should young people/students ______?
Why do you think ______ is important?
Why is ______ your favourite ______?
Why did you choose to ______ at that time/then/now?
Could there be a difference in _____?
Don’t you have to/need to _____? Why?
What must you _____?
How would you compare _____ and _____?
What kind of ______ would you prefer? Why?
Would you prefer to ______ or ______? Why?
How would you say ______ has affected/could affect you?

 

SECTION C PROBLEM-SOLVING TASKS AND FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS
EXAMINER COPY
CLASS IX ASL PROBLEM-SOLVING TASKS (B1) CODE IX-S

Task 1
Prompt

You found a book from the school library lying on one of the tables of your classroom at the end of the day. You gave it to the Class Monitor to hand it over to the Class Teacher. However, he has misplaced it and is unable to return it. Discuss with your partner

a. what you and the Monitor will need to do, and
b. how you will resolve the situation.
Follow-up questions
a. How would you …?
b. How can you or your classmates help …?
c. What role do you think your friend’s could play in …?
d. What could you tell your teachers…?
e. What can you tell him to counter this view?
f. How do you think it would be for you to suggest…? Why?
g. Do you think it is unfair…?
h. What do you think can be done…?
i. How would you deal with the rules …?
j. What other steps could you both take?

Task 2
Prompt

You visit a place of historical importance with your friends and come across people who scribble their names and messages on the walls of the monuments. Although you don’t take it up with them, you are upset by the incident. Discuss with your partner

• how you can create awareness regarding such things, and
• what role students can play to check such actions.

Follow-up questions
a. How would you …?
b. How could you or others help …?
c. What role do you think you could play in …?
d. What could you tell people who …?
e. If you wanted to disagree, what would you say?
f. How easy/difficult do you think it would be for you to suggest…? Why?
g. Do you think it is unfair…?
h. What do you think can be done…?
i. What other steps could you or others take?
j. How do you think society could be involved in resolving this?

Task 3
Prompt

Your friend has not done as well as she expected to do in her exams. She is upset and now blames the teacher for her performance: Discuss with your partner what would you do

• to help her get over her disappointment and to move forward, and
• to help her think about ways to improve her grades in future, and not blame others.

Follow-up questions
a. What possible suggestions would you give your friend?
b. Do you think your friend would listen to you? Why / Why not?
c. How easy do you think it would be to convince your friend?
d. What role does the school play in this problem?
e. Would you seek the advice of your Class Teacher?
f. Do you think your friend’s expectations …?
g. Would it be fair to……? Why / Why not?
h. Do you agree with your partner? Why / why not?
i. Is there any other way you can solve this problem?
j. Should her parents be involved in the matter?

Task 4
Prompt

Your friend has weak eyesight. He is unable to see the writing on the board but refuses to wear his glasses. As a result, he isn’t able to do well in his class assignments. Discuss with your partner

• how you would encourage him to wear glasses, and
• what you would say to convince him.
Follow-up questions
a. Do you think your friend would listen to you? Why / Why not?
b. Why do you think your friend does not like to … ?
c. How easy do you think it would be to convince your friend?
d. What role could his parents play?
e. Would you seek the help of the school doctor?
f. Would it be unfair to……? Why / Why not?
g. Is it sensible to ……..?
h. Do you agree with your partner? Why / why not?
i. Is there any other way you can assist your friend?
j. When would be the best time to discuss the issue with your friend?

Task 5
Prompt

Your school does not have a playground and many students wish that there was one. They play close to the road and this has caused many problems in the past. Discuss with your partner

• what alternative arrangements could be made, and
• how you could convince your school authorities to resolve the issue.
Follow-up questions
a. Do you think your suggestions could be implemented? Why / Why not?
b. How could you and your classmates convince the school authorities…?
c. If you disagree with them, what would you say to them?
d. Why do you think schools … ?
e. What could you tell your teachers …?
f. What role do you think the sports teacher could play in …?
g. Would it be useful to involve the parents …?
h. How do you think it would be to convince …? Why?
i. Do you think it is unfair that sports does not get as much priority as it should?
j. What do you think can be done to improve…?

Task 6
Prompt

Your friend has health problems but doesn’t share or explain this to his/her teachers or classmates. He/She is often absent from school and is not able to perform well in exams.

Discuss with your partner
• how you could help your friend, and
• what steps could be taken to deal with this, outside school.
Follow-up questions
a. Why does your friend not wish to tell others about his/her problems?
b. What kind of support/co-operation is required for …?
c. What would you do to help your friend solutions to …?
d. How would you make sure that … ?
e. How would you convince a classmate who differs from you on the issue of …
f. Do you think the teachers should be consulted for …?
g. Do you think his/her parents could help provide a solution?
h. Do you think the option you suggested will be effective?
i. What would your approach be to … ?
j. Would it be a good idea to involve his/her friends outside school?

Task 7
Prompt

Every year you and your classmates discard notebooks and textbooks that are unused or in good condition. You plan to collect and donate these so they can be reused. Discuss with your partner

• how you would like to implement your idea, and
• what challenges you are likely to face.
Follow-up questions
a. Do you think it will be easy to …?
b. Do you think the option you have suggested will be effective? Why/Why not?
c. How do you think others may respond to your idea?
d. Do you think teachers and parents can help …?
e. What role could other students play …?
f. Who else can help you solutions to …?
g. What can be done to motivate students to …?
h. Will it be easy to a solution to …?
i. How will you overcome the challenge of …?
j. Why is it important to …?

Task 8
Prompt

Some of your friends order more food than they can eat when they go out to eat at a restaurant. Often, the food is wasted. Discuss with your partner

• what you can do to persuade them not to waste food, and
• what solutions can be offered.
Follow-up questions
a. Why do you think this happens?
b. What can you say to help your friends change their attitude?
c. How do you think they will react to your suggestion?
d. Do you think it would help if you spoke to their parents?
e. Who else could help you a solution to …?
f. If they do not agree with you, what will you say to …?
g. What do you think of the solution offered by your partner?
h. Why is it important to …?
i. Do you think the option you have suggested will be effective?
j. What do you think can be done to …?

Task 9
Prompt

Your friend has recently been gifted a mobile phone. He spends all his time playing games on it, ignoring his studies and his friends. This is affecting your relationship. Discuss with your partner

• how you could tell your friend what you feel, and
• what you could do to resolve the situation.
Follow-up questions
a. What would you do if … ?
b. How will you persuade your friend to …?
c. Do you think you should talk to his parents…? Why/Why not?
d. In what other ways can you … ?
e. Do you think it will be easy to convince your friend?
f. What can you do to help him …?
g. What issues may arise when you……….. ?
h. Would you discuss this matter with the class teacher?
i. How will you overcome the challenge of …?
j. Why is it important to you to …?

Task 10
Prompt

On the way to school for an exam, you see an injured kitten. It is badly hurt and needs medical attention, but you don’t want to be late for your exam. People around it do not seem to want to help the animal. Discuss with your partner

• what you will do, and
• how you will handle the consequences.
Follow-up questions
a. How do you think your friend would react to your idea that he…?
b. Would you agree with what your partner has said about …?
Why/Why not?
c. How easy/difficult do you think it would be for you…? Why?
d. What role does…?
e. Would it be a good idea to…?
f. Do you think you could suggest…?
g. What would you do…?
h. What sort of…? Which one do you think…?
i. Would installing a photocopier…?
j. Do you think reading…?

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  2. surendra says:

    Please give the answers of the problems

  3. Nishant Kumar says:

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  4. Vimal says:

    Please give me answers for task 6 very urgent

  5. Richa Bhardwaj says:

    Please give me answers of questions of task 8….?????

  6. kavi says:

    Plz give me answer of task 7 ??

  7. suraj says:

    Please give me answers of task 7 urgently………..

  8. ramesh says:

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  9. Rini Sabu says:

    please give me the answers of Task3 and Task4

  10. SUMIT SINGH says:

    PLEASE GIVE ME ANSWER OF TASK 4

  11. Inni says:

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  13. aashirwad says:

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  14. ritik says:

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  15. addie says:

    I want the answer for task 5 ….. but I want the answer to this question which is related to task 5……….. the question is ……. what could you tell your teachers? pls pls I need the answer of this question

  16. Thangamuthu says:

    What happens if we I am absent for asl

  17. prateek patel says:

    please give me the answer of promt no.10

  18. AMEENA M S says:

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    Kindly give me answer of task 5

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