Asl Cbse Class 11 Topics For Argumentative Essays

Introduction of ASL(Assessment of Speaking & Listening Skills) in Class 9, Class 10 & Class 11 has become imperative. Students should be given sufficient practice in order to prepare the for ASL. ASL carries almost 20 marks and thus, is important for securing good marks in English. Interaction, reasoning, diction, articulation, clarity, pronunciation, and overall fluency are important in ASL.

Some ASL topics for Speaking in Stage 2:

  • Child Labour
  • Cashless India
  • Importance of Dress code in Schools
  • Craze of Social Networking Sites among youth
  • Ancient Education or Modern Education
  • Dependence on technology is making humanity less intelligent
  • Current Education System of India
  • Poverty in India
  • Corruption – A hurdle in the path of development
  • Digital India
  • It is better to die on feet than to live on knees
  • Tourism in India
  • Opinion about English Language or Importance of English
  • Internet Privacy
  • Technological Advancement
  • Quantum Computing – The Future of Computing?
  • “There is enough resources for everyone’s need but not for anybody’s greed” – Mahatma Gandhi
  • Sustainable Development
  • Advantages of Co-education In India
  • Problems In Indian Education System
  • Censorship in the Media
  • Human Overpopulation
  • Your Views on World War 1/2
  • The Social Impact of Computers
  • Should students have to wear uniforms?
  • Trend of Piracy in India
  • Does the school day start too early?
  • Should Drinking Alcohol be banned?
  • Buddha and his teachings
  • Science & The Future
  • Travel & Tourism
  • Hobbies and interests
  • History and legend
  • Culture & Music
  • Sports and games
  • Environment

*You can also use the above topics to weave your own topics. 

Some examples of CBSE English ASL topics for Stage 3:

  • Some of your classmates are under-confident in speaking in English and do not know how to get help. Also they do not know how to improve their spoken English. With your partner, discuss what could be done to help them.
  • Your school’s volleyball team has been performing badly for a few months and has not won any matches. The morale of the team is very low. With your partner, discuss how this could be improved.
  • You have a friend in your class who wants to learn how to swim but also confesses that he/she is scared of water. With your partner, discuss how this fear can be overcome.
  • You noticed some students troubling senior citizens in the Bus . With your Partner, discuss what could be done to make people more sensitive towards senior citizens.

 

There are 3 stages in the ASL (8 Minutes):

 

Stage 1: Introduction (1 minute)

In this stage, the examiner will ask both the candidates their names. After that, examiner will ask to tell something on some topic (eg. about your school, where you live) to both the candidates one by one.

 

Stage 2: Topic Presentation (4 minute)

The examiner will ask the first Candidate A to speak on your topic and Candidate B will ask follow-up questions. The Candidate B will also be asked to speak on a topic and candidate A will ask questions related to it. The examiner will also ask 2-3 questions to both the Candidates related to their topics.

 

Stage 3: Problem Solving (3 minute)

In this stage, both the candidates will be given a topic to discuss the problem and its solution. Around 2 minutes will be given for discussion. The examiner will ask some follow-up questions to the candidates.

 

For more information, you can check out our ASL English Guide for Teachers & Students.

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Are Examination Necessary ?

 

Examination aim at judging student’s knowledge in a specific time frame. They enable the teachers to know how well students have understood the subject. A good result makes the teacher as well as the parents happy. The effort of the teacher is rewarded when students pass an examination with good marks. Thus,a teacher’s  dedication towards his profession is also judge through examination. Parents become proud of their children when they perform well in the examinations.

Students take their studies seriously, when examination are at their door step. They utililse their time for preparation. Examinations help the teachers and the parents in analyzing the amount of labour put in by the students in gaining knowledge.

However, there are certainflawsin the examination system. The system of education in india is based on the pattern set up by the British. The knowledge imparted is restricted to the syllabus. Students are taught according to the prescribed syllabus. Nothing much is taught beyond the syllabus. When student lis unable to grasp a particular subject, he seeks private tuitions or enrolls himself in a coaching institute.

Students tend to learn their subjects by heart, without applying their mind. Thus, cramming enables many students to pass examination. Most students look towards their examinations with anxiety. They, at a very young age, being to feel the tension and stress of examinations.

Examination strikes at the self worth and their belief in themselves. prior to the board examinations, the emphasis of all schools is on completing the syllabus without having a though as to whether any student has understood anything or not. As a result, students become helpless and join coaching centers. That is why tuition and coaching industry are flourishing.

Examination is just the first in a series of tests that initiate young ones into a competitive world. But the importance attached to them is unreasonably high. During the examination period and till the result is declared, not only the students but also their parents remain tense. It is regarded nothing less a do or die battle.

Student do not get enough spare time for games and are unable to give wings to their hobbies due to the burden of examination. Failure in the examination arouses a feeling of low self esteem and negative self image in the mind of the students. Today some schools utillise the services of psychologists and counselors to help the students cope up with the pressure of examination.

Leakage of questions papers, copying and cheating in examination halls have become a common affair. Bribery and other corrupt practices also have crept into the examination system.

Examinations give a division { first, second etc.} or a grade {A,B,C,etc} to the student. The prevailing system of education does not help the students to make their career in life or to earn a decent living. The youth who fails to get the desired percentage of marks suffers the most.

In order to overcome the shortcomings present in our educational system, many Education Commissions were set up from time to time to suggest changes in the pattern. Acting on their suggestions, Central Board of Secondary education and other state boards of Secondary Education decided to introduce a separate stream of vocational education. According to educational experts, ongoing evaluation is more effective than board examination. Class x examination have become a part of history. The Central Board of Secondary Education {CBSE} decided to give grades to class x students from 2011. Students may, if they wish ask for an examination to test their skills, but this will be voluntary. Further it has been suggested that class XII examinations be staggered over a two year period. Export  feel the need to evaluate a student performance continuously during the whole year. For this purpose periodic tests may be held regularly. This could make the examination system more acceptable and tension free.

The aim of education should be to equip the students for the tough battle of life. It should help to build their character and personality. It should widen their sphere of knowledge and qualify them for employment. The educational system should not only be theoretical and academic but also give practical knowledge.

Students should not be encouraged to learn by role. Projects and terms papers may add sum and substance to student’s knowledge base. When History, Geography and Mathematics are reduced to mere digits on a  mark sheet, they cease to inspire or give joy.

The method of teaching and assessment needs to be overhauled. It should be designed keeping in mind a healthy, inspiring and joyful process of learning for the students . Students require a   less burdensome and stressful but enjoyable and refreshing experience of learning.

Nevertheless, the system of examination prevalent for centuries, cannot be changed overnight. It will take some time to change the system. While this transition takes place, the unfair practices like, cheating in the examination hall and leakage of question papers should be checked. It must also be seen that the answer sheets of students are properly assessed by the teachers, so that fair evaluation takes place.

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