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CBSE Syllabus Class IX, X 2005-2006
 
LEPCHA
 

6. LEPCHA - Code No. 026

CLASS IX

One paper                                                           3 Hours                                                Marks : 100

                                                                            Section A             Marks : 50                      Suggested

                                                                                                                                                   Periods

1.    Applied Grammar                                                                                     20                                40

       (i)     Summary of Alphabets, pronunciation of letters and their

               phonetic change in words. (Ming-Zut : Amu Aming,

               Akup Aming, Ming-Tyel un Ming-thyu)

       (ii)    Formation of words and morphology, Syllabic schemes

               (chhukpot zuklot un chuuk - sher zuklot)

       (iii)    Parts of Speech (Ring fropong)

       (iv)   Punctuation (Chhok-agyuk)

       (v)    Punctuation (Chhok-agyuk)

       Suggested reference :

       Mutanchi Ringthyum un Ringchuktom,

       (Lepcha grammar and Composition)

       Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education,

       Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

2.    Composition                                                                                              30                                60

       (a)    Letter writing                                                                                        8

       (b)    Essay writing                                                                                      15

       (c)    Translation of a passage from English into Lepcha                                 7

                                                                            Section B             Marks : 50

1.    For detailed study

       A.     Prose                                                                                                 20                                40

       (i)     Explanation with reference to the context.

       (ii)    Comprehension questions based on the lessons from the text.

       (iii)    General questions from the text to be answered in Lepcha.

       Prescribed book :

       Chhukpryom Pundor "Treasure of Prose"

       Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

Lessons to be studied : (09)

       1.      Amuringsa Jurthap                                           2.     Songya Arom kat

       3.      Punjok Nyedokpongdep Atyan                          4.     Saktop

2.    Poetry                                                                                                        20                                40

       (i)     Elucidation or substance writinig of the text passage in Lepcha.

(ii)   Explanations with reference to the context.

       (iii)    General questions from the text to be answered in Lepcha.

       Prescribed book :

       Chhukproyom Pundor "Treasure of Prose"

       Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

       Poems to be studied :

       (a)    Kayusa Milyu                                          (b)    Kasu Sumdong

       (c)    Tusa Kamor Tay                                     (d)    Kursong Reep

       (e)    Avyet

3.    Rapid Reader                                                                                            10                                30

       (i)     Comprehention question requiring short answers based on

               different events of the text.

       (ii)    Description of characters.

       (iii)    Summary and themes of the story.

       Prescribed book :

       Sung Norjut A Collection of Stories.

       Published by Sikkim Lepcha LIterary Organisation, Gangtok.

       Stories to be studied :

       (i)     Nungyong Lurik                                       (ii)     Tallom Purtam

CLASS X

One paper                                                           3 Hours                                                Marks : 100

                                                                            Section A             Marks : 50                      Suggested

                                                                                                                                                   Periods

1.    Applied Grammar                                                                                     20                                45

       (i)     Part of speech

       (ii)    Figurative and honorific languages, explatives.

               (Tungvor-ring, shebo-ring, chhultyol)

       (iii)    Idioms and proverbs

       (iv)   Syntax (Rangjyor)

       (v)    Transformation of sentences

       Suggested reference book :

       Mutanchi Ringthyum un Ringchhuktom, Lepcha Grammar and Composition

       Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education,

       Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

2.    Composition                                                                                             30                                55

       (a)    Letter writing                                                                                        8

       (b)    Essay writing                                                                                      10

       (c)    Translation of a passage from English into Lepcha                                 6

       (d)    Precis writing                                                                                        6

                                                                            Section B             Marks : 50

1.    Prose                                                                                                         20                                45

       (i)     Explanation with reference to the context.

       (ii)    Comprehension questions based on the lessons from the text.

       (iii)    General questions from the text to be answered in Lepcha.

       Prescribed book :

       Chhukproyom Pundor Lepcha Prose Book (1980) Treasure of Prose

       Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education,

       Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

       Lessons to be studied :

       (i)     Amuring, yantan un Ringmon                       (ii)     Punjok Munfar

       (iii)    Daling-gree                                                (iv)    Thi Satha ung It sung

2.    Poetry                                                                                                       20                                45

       (i)     Explanation with reference to the context.

       (ii)    Comprehension questions based on the lessons from the text.

       (iii)    General questions from the text to be answered in Lepcha.

       Prescribed book :

       Chhukproyom Pundor Treasure of Poems

       Published by Text Book Unit, Department of Education,

       Government by Text Book Unit, Department of Education,

       Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

       Poems to be studied :

       (a)    Mikgrung                                                (b)     Numsimnyusa Milyu

       (c)    Nali-Gaebu Saknonka                              (d)     Ashyot Angop Katsa

       (e)    Nynmbroyok Palit

3.    Rapid Reader                                                                                            10                                20

       (i)     Question requiring short answers based on different events of the text.

       (ii)    Portrayal of characters.

       (iii)    dialogue writing in Lepchaon the basis of the lesson from the text.

       (iv)   Summary or questions on the themes of the story.

       Prescribed book :

       Sung Norjut A Collection of Stories (1980)

       Published by Sikkim Lepcha Literary Organisation, Gangtok - 737101

       Stories to be studied :

       (a)    Dungu matlu                                          (b)     Nyuthing Lesso Mung Panu

 
 
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