We keep a day for the Earth, To reflect upon our deeds; Debate on the endless greed, Which ruin the world. Extreme climate is the reward, Sadly the animals and birds; Which do not have a hand, In the earth’s destruction, Will perish first.
Then humans will follow, And the Earth shall watch; Her creations suffer and exit. Once more she’ll rebuild herself, And sigh, remembering the people; Who predicted the end of the world.
For many years now you’ve heard me repeat the suggestion to pen handwritten notes. Handwritten notes are little treasures for the recipients, and the act of writing them is a particular and special kind of gratitude practice that may be trendy to talk about now but that has always, always been true. One of the […]
Underground water is easily pumped out due to the pressure underground. When a drilling machine drills for water, it comes out with great force, throwing the water high up; creating a wonder among the onlookers. Gradually, the pressure becomes less and the water gurgles out for sometime before stopping […]
This is a popular saying which we all have heard, but unfortunately we have always failed to learn from history. We are lucky to have all the relevant information from the past to fall back upon. Like the pandemics in the past centuries. The wars and the famines that have devastated mankind in the past. Yet, we seem to be deliberately shutting our eyes and committing the same mistakes which led to the catastrophes. It is time to understand that one or two people cannot be allowed to ruin lives of many. It is possible to overule such orders which our heart knows to be wrong. Standing up for the right has its rewards, just like being accomplice to the wrong has its long term punishments. It is time to gear up for protecting nature which is heating up beyond limits. Let us pledge to learn something from the past and make the future better for future generations.
war zone death’s heartbeat regardless of spring people cry each other into bomb shelters sun crashes on bloodied walls some screams live in the throat some never survive to live reading the newsI feel the fear between broadcasts no deadlines for destruction where leaders buy time with destruction bloodied peace offering the dead become the […]
Reports –A report is a form of writing that presents information in an organised manner for a specific audience and purpose. It concisely presents facts and findings of an event that one has heard, investigated, or observed. Reports are written in specific formats.
Types of Reports
There are two types of reports:
In CBSE class 12 ‘Report writing’ comes as a long answer type question in Section B of the question paper and carries – 05 marks in the writing section.
Prescribed word limit –120 – 150 words.
CBSE Report writing- Marking scheme:
Format – 1M
Content – 2M
Expression – 2M
Report writing questions are of three types:
Based on given hints or inputs
Tips for Report writing:
Should be brief and follow specifications and format
Should be well structured, logical and coherent
Should be presented in a consistent orderly manner
Ah, procrastination! Ever find yourself filing a tax return when you’re supposed to be fleshing out a character? Or maybe, clearing out the airing cupboard instead of starting the first round of edits? Yes, we’ve all been there. Suddenly, gardening is far more appealing than plodding along with a draft once you hit the middle of a project. Procrastination can be a slipper slope to us mere creatives.
Unfortunately, there is only one universal truth to writing and that is to sit down and get it done. And that’s all right in principle, but let’s slow things down, and take a look at why we procrastinate in the first place.
Ever wondered if there are certain individuals who are so driven and so focused, that they never let such forces come into play. Well, I’ve yet to find one person, let alone an artist, who hasn’t avoided…
Knock, knock, knock on my window pane, I wondered who could it be. I opened my eyes to see a bird, from a nearby tree. She knocked the pane as if to ask, ‘My dear, how do you do?’ She was pretty with a little turf and wings green and blue. I told her I was fine and, asked how was she; With rolling eyes and chirping sound, She told something to me. I understood that she meant good, And wished her a happy day. She flew away with her vibrant wings, But left me feeling gay. The little things that come across each moment of our lives, Are priceless gifts as memories that helps us to thrive.
December 20, 2021 by Suman NCERT Solutions For Class 12 Vistas English Should Wizard Hit Mommy? QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED READ AND FIND OUTQ1.Who is Jo? How does she respond to her father’s story-telling?Ans. Jo is the shortened form of Joanne. She is the four year old daughter of Jack and Clare. For the last two years, her […]