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CBSE Syllabus Class IX, X 2005-2006
 
TIBETAN
 

22. TIBETAN - Code No. 017

CLASS IX

One paper                                                           3 Hours                                                Marks : 100

                                                                            Section A             Marks :60                       Suggested

                                                                                                                                                   Periods

1.    Applied Grammar                                                                                     28                                50

       (i)     Pronounciation of letters and their phonetic change in words

       (ii)    Formation & Morphology of words.

       (iii)    Parts of speech and their change with particles including

               Prepositive and Post positive particles.

       (iv)   Construction of simple senteces.

Suggested references book :

Tibetan Grammar by Khechog Nyukh Yab-sey (Suncha-pa section)

       Published by Tibetan Cultural Printing Press, Dharamsala,

       Distt. Kangra, (H. P.)

2.    Comprehension of an unseen prose passage based on some                        12                                25

       descriptive topic e.g. Games, social events and Family Environment

       OR

       Translation of an unseen passage from English or Hindi into Tibetan.

3.    Composition                                                                                             10                                20

       (a)    Letter writing

               (i)      To and from friends and relatives on domestic topics

               (ii)      Applications for leave, fee concession and aid for poor-fund etc.

       (b)    Essay writinig 10                                20

                                                                            Section B             Marks : 40

1.    Prose                                                                                                         18                                45

       (i)     comprehension questions based on the text passage

       (ii)    General questions from the text to be answered in Tibetan

       Prescribed book :

       Lakshe Losar Mig Je H. H. the Dalai Lama.

       Published by Tibetan Cultural Printing Press, Dharamsala,

       Distt. Kangra, (H. P.) (Edition 1982)

       Lessons 1 to 6 are to be studied

2.    Poetry                                                                                                       10                                25

       (i)     Amplification, education or substance writing of passage in Tibetan.

       (ii)    Comprehension and appreciation questions from given text passage.

       Book Prescribed :

       Sakya Legshe by Sakya Panchen,

       Published by Freedom Press, Darjeeling (W. B.) (Chapeters 1 and 2)

Note :     Both short answer type and essay type questions will be asked on the text. Passages from texts will also be set for translation into English/Hindi.

3.    Rapid Reading                                                                                          12                                25

       (i)     Summary of the Story, Themes,

       (ii)    Short question based on different events.

       (iii)    Description of characters.

       Prescribed book :

       My Land and My People H. H. the Dalai-lama, Ngos Kyi Yul

       Dang ngos kyimimarg, Published by Freedom press, Darjeeling

       (Pages 1 to 31 Introduction and Chapter 1)

CLASS X

One paper                                                           3 Hours                                                Marks : 100

                                                                            Section A             Marks : 50                      Suggested

                                                                                                                                                   Periods

1.    Applied Grammar                                                                                     20                                50

       (i)     Phrases, Idioms and Proverbs.

       (ii)    Transformation of sentences-simple, complex and compound.

       (iii)    Compound words in Tibetan.

       Suggested references book :

       2.     Tibetan Grammar by Khechog Nyukha Yab-sey (Suncha pa section)

               Published by Tibetan Cultural Printing Press, Dharamsala,

               Distt. Kangra, (H. P.)

2.    Comprehension of an unseen Tibetan passage based on some                     10                                20

       Descriptive topic e.g. social festivals, scenes, and memorable

       events in student life in Tibetan

       OR

       Translation of an unseen passage in Tibetan passage, based on

       descriptive topics e.g. social festivals, scenes or memorable

       events in student's life into English or Hindi.

3.    Composition                                                                                             10                                20

       (a)    Letter writing

               (i)       To stranger (Placing order, replies, enquiries on questions)

               (ii)     Application for job.

               (iii)     Letter to editors.

               (iv)     Complaints, apologies, requests, etc.

       (b)    Essay writing on descriptive topics e.g. festivals,

               journey, scenes                                                                                   10                                20

               Adventures and memorable events in student's life.

                                                                            Section B             Marks : 50

1.    Prose                                                                                                         24                                50

       (i)     Comprehension questions based on the text passages

       (ii)    General questions from the text to be answered in Tibetan

       Prescribed book :

       Lakshe Losar Mig Je H. H. the Dalai Lama,

       Published by Tibetan Cultural Printing Press, Dharamsala,

       Distt. Kangra, (H. P.) (Edition 1982)

       Lessons to be studied :

       (Lessons 7 to 11)

2.    Poetry                                                                                                       14                                30

       (i)     Amplification, elucidation or substance writing of passages in Tibetan.

       (ii)    Comprehension and appreciation questions from given text passage.

       prescribed Book :

       Sakya Legshe by Sakya Panchen,

       Published by Freedom Press, Darjeeling (Chapters 3)

3.    Rapid Reading                                                                                          12                                20

       (i)     Summary of the Story themes.

       (ii)    Short questions based on different events.

       (iii)    Description of characters.

       Prescribed book :

       My Land and My People, H. H. the Dalai-lama, Ngos Kyi

       Danj Yul danngos Kyiamimag,

       Published by Freedom press, Darjeeling

       (Pages 31 to 64, Chapter 2)

Note :     Both short answer type and essay type questions will be asked from the text. Passages from texts will also be set for translation into English/Hindi.

 
 
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