SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – I - 2011 Class X

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1. Read the passage given below and write the options that you consider the most appropriate in your answer sheets: (1x5 = 5 marks) Experts in climatology and other scientists are becoming extremely concerned about the changes to our climate which are taking place. Admittedly, climate changes have occurred on our planet before. For example, there have been several ice ages or glacial periods. These climatic changes, however, were different from the modern ones in that they occurred gradually and, as far as we know, naturally. The changes currently being monitored are said to be the result not of natural causes, but of human activity. Furthermore, the rate of change is becoming alarmingly rapid. The major problem is that the planet appears to be warming up. According to some experts, this warming process, known as global warming, is occurring at a rate unprecedented in the last 10,000 years. The implications for the planet are very serious. Rising global temperatures could give rise to s

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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT I - 2011Class XSample Question Paper English(Language and Literature)Code No.: 184M.M. 80 Time 3:00 hrsThe Question paper is divided into four sections:Section A:Reading Comprehension 15 MarksSection B:Writing 15 MarksSection C:Grammar 15 MarksSection D:Literature/Text Books 35 MarksAll questions are compulsory.Marks are indicated against each question.Section AReading 15 Marks1. Read the passage given below and write the options that you consider the most appropriate in your answer sheets:(1x5 = 5 marks)Experts in climatology and other scientists are becoming extremely concerned about the changes to our climate which are taking place. Admittedly, climate changes have occurred on our planet before. For example, there have been several ice ages or glacial periods. These climatic changes, however, were different from the modern ones in that they occurred gradually and, as far as we know, naturally. The changes currently being monitored are said to be the result not of natural causes, but of human activity. Furthermore, the rate of change is becoming alarmingly rapid.The major problem is that the planet appears to be warming up. According to some experts, this warming process, known as global warming, is occurring at a rate unprecedented in the last 10,000 years. The implications for the planet are very serious. Rising gl

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