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NCERT English Language Class-12(Part-II) PDF Book

NCERT English Language Class-12(Part-II) PDF Book


NCERT English Language Class-12(Part-II) PDF Book


Name of Book :  NCERT English Language Class-12(Part-II)

Language of Book : English

Size of Ebook : 873 KB

Total pages in ebook : 118

Ebook Downloading Status  : Best 
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Description about eBook : This textbook for Class XII English course has been developed on the basis of the recommendations made in the National Curriculum Framework 2005. It follows the design of the Class XI textbook, Horn-bill, published in 2006.
The prose selections aim to provide exposure to a wide variety of genres and themes, and writing from different parts of the world. They take into account the interests of young adults while making them aware of the socio-political issues that they will confront as they step into the world outside school. The tasks that follow the units provide opportunities for the development of language skills.
Three short stories, representative of fiction from different parts of the world - French, Swedish and British, have been included. Alphonse Daudet’s The Last Lesson deals with the theme of language imposition and language loyalty,
Selma Lagelerof’s The Rattrap, captures the basic goodness in a human being in the face of material temptations and A.C. Barton’s Going Places explores the theme of adolescent
hero-worship and fantasising............

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