English Book Three

11th - English Book Three

Syllabus of first year English for Punjab and Federal Board students is divided into three major categories; Book One, Book Three and Grammar. This page covers the complete section of Book Three. Book Three is also further divided in two portions; Plays and Poems. There are 3 Plays and 20 poems in this book. 1st year English is an exam of total 100 marks. Of these total marks, 28 – 38 marks are covered from Book Three. It’s almost one-third of whole syllabus that must be prepared to pass 1st year English exam. On this page, you will find video lectures of complete Book Three taught according to exam point of view with complete exercise.

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Subject Details

Who Should Study this Course?

If you are student of Intermediate in Punjab then this course is definitely important for you. This course is for intermediate students from all boards of province Punjab including Federal Board. English is a compulsory subject for all programs. Whether you are a student of FA, FSc, ICS or I.Com; you will have to study and pass an exam of English for 100 marks.

Book Three is a part of first year English syllabus. It contains about one-third of English syllabus and marks. Every student who is studying 1st year English in Punjab or Federal Board has to study and learn Book Three to cover complete syllabus. Here you will find video lectures teaching each chapter with exercise and tips of your complete syllabus including Book Three. You will find everything on this page you need to know about Book Three. In this page you will learn:

1.    What is Book Three?

2.    Paper Pattern and Attempting Method from Book Three for Punjab Board

3.    Paper Pattern and Attempting Method from Book Three for Federal Board

4.    Why Study this Course

 

 

What is Book Three?

Book 3 is one of the three major portions of 1st year English syllabus. Book Three is also further divided into two categories:

1.    Plays

2.    Poems

 

There are three plays in book and twenty poems. All these plays and poems also have exercise and questions. Plays are like a drama performed on stage. There are usually more than one characters that perform according to the script. When reading a play, we have to imagine how the stage is decorated and nature of each character. Any question can be asked from within the play or from exercise in your exam. Synonyms are also included in your paper from within the play or from exercise. There can also be a sentence or a small paragraph from any play for punctuation and capitalization.

Second portion of Book Three comprises 20 poems written by various globally recognized poets. There are also some poems of Muslims scholars that were translated into English. There are some Questions asked from the poems and some Synonyms in the MCQs section of exam. Punjab Board students also have to explain a stanza with its reference and context. See paper pattern below for your Board.

 

 

Paper Pattern and Attempting Method from Book Three for Punjab Board

Complete paper of first year English contains 100 marks. These total marks are divided into three sections of its syllabus. Book Three is one of these sections. Book Three covers from 28 -38 marks in exam. There will come 4 different types of questions in paper from Book Three.

1.    Short Questions from Plays

2.    Short Questions from Poems

3.    MCQs from Plays and Poems

4.    Explanation of a Stanza with reference and context from Poems

5.    Punctuation and Capitalization from Plays (or from Short Lessons of Book One)

 

Short Questions from Plays:

There will be a Question number 3 in your English paper with 8 questions from Plays. Out of these 8 questions, student will have to attempt answers to 5 questions. Each question contains 2 marks.

In short, there is a total of 10 marks from short questions of Plays given in Question Number 3 of paper.

 

How to Attempt Short Questions?

First of all make sure that you display clean writing and use marker for headings. Always use the correct number of question that is numbered on Question Paper. Write question or question number with marker. Start the answer from next line.

For 2 marks, complete your answer within 2 – 3 lines. After answering, leave a line before you write next question. It will make your paper look nice and easily understandable.

 

 

Short Questions from Poems:

Question Number 4 in English paper of 1st year contains 6 short questions in it from Poems. Out of these 6 questions, student will have to attempt answers to 4 questions. Each question contains 2 marks.

In short, there is a total of 8 marks from short questions of Poems given in Question Number 4 of paper.

 

How to Attempt Short Questions?

Follow the same instructions as mentioned for short questions of plays. For 2 marks, complete your answer within 2 – 3 lines. Answer straight to the point. Make sure you first understand the question because questions from poems can be little tricky.

 

Stanza from Poems:

There will be given a Stanza from poems in the Part (a) of Question Number 7. Student will have to write reference and context of the poem and then explain the stanza.

1.    Reference of the poem contains 1 mark

2.    Context of the poem contains 1 mark

3.    Explanation of the stanza contains 3 marks

 

In short, there is a total of 5 marks from a Stanza of Poems given in Part (a) of Question Number 7.

 

How to Attempt Stanza from Poem?

First give a heading of “Reference” and in next line write the name of the poem and poet of stanza.

Next give a heading of “Context” and in next line write them or central point of the poem that stanza is from. Context should be around 3 – 4 lines.

Then give a heading of “Explanation” and in next line explain the stanza in detail. This explanation should be around 5 – 7 lines. See following format.

Reference:

This stanza is taken from “poem name” written by “poet name”.

Context:

Theme of the poem in 3 to 4 lines.

Explanation:

Complete explanation of stanza in around 50 – 70 words or in 5 – 7 lines.

 

Punctuation and Capitalization from Plays:

There will be given a sentence or a small paragraph from either Plays of Book 3 or Short stories of Book 1 in the Part (b) of Question Number 7. Student is required to punctuate and capitalize it according to need. This question contains 5 marks. You can find video lectures on punctuation and capitalization rules in Grammar portion of this course. Learn those lectures and attempt this question accordingly.

 

How to Attempt Punctuation and Capitalization in Paper:

First read the given sentence or paragraph careful and understand its meaning. After understanding it, try punctuating and capitalizing according to rules in rough work. Write question number and in next line write the punctuated paragraph. Try to use marker where you made changes in it so it is easy to understand.

 

MCQs from Plays and Poems:

These MCQs from Book Three will cover about 5 – 10 marks from a total of 20 marks in complete MCQs section. There will be two types of MCQs from Plays and Poems.

1.    Synonyms

2.    Short question about the Play or Poem

 

 

Paper Pattern and Attempting Method from Book Three for Federal Board

Complete paper of first year English contains 100 marks. These total marks are divided into three sections of its syllabus. Book Three is one of these sections. Book Three covers from 28 -38 marks in exam. There will come 3 different types of questions in paper from Book Three.

1.    Questions from Plays

2.    Questions from Poems

3.    MCQs from Plays and Poems

4.    Punctuation and Capitalization from Plays (or from Short Plays of Book One)

 

Questions from Poems:

There will be a Question number 3 in your English paper with two parts both from poems.

In first part, you will be given 2 stanzas with three questions asked from within it. Student have to select one of these two stanzas and attempt answer to all its three questions. Each question contains 2 marks making a total of 6 marks.

In second part, you will be given 2 long questions and you have to attempt answer to one of them. You have to give a detailed answer to it as it contain 6 marks for just one question.

In short, there is a total of 12 marks from questions of Poems given in Question Number 3 of paper.

 

How to Attempt Questions from Poems?

First of all make sure that you display clean writing and use marker for headings. Always use the correct number of question that is numbered on Question Paper. Write question or question number with marker. Start the answer from next line.

In first part of the question, select a stanza that you understand better. Read the stanza and then read the questions. Only after understanding a question, write its answer. You will have to develop the skill of self-writing. Without self-writing, it won’t be possible to attempt this question.

For question of 2 marks, complete your answer within 2 – 3 lines. For question of 6 marks, complete your answer in 60 – 75 words. Divide the long answer into 2 or 3 paragraphs. After answering, leave a line before you write next question. It will make your paper look nice and easily understandable.

 

Questions from Plays:

Question Number 4 in English paper of 1st year contains 3 long questions in it from Plays. Student has to attempt answers to all three of these questions. Each question contains 5 marks.

In short, there is a total of 15 marks from long questions of Plays given in Question Number 4 of paper.

 

How to Attempt Questions from Plays?

Follow the same instructions as mentioned for short questions of poems. For a question of 5 marks, complete your answer within 50 – 60 words. Divide the whole answer into 2 or 3 paragraphs.

 

Punctuation and Capitalization from Plays:

There will be given a sentence or a small paragraph from either Plays of Book 3 or Short stories of Book 1 in the Part (c) of Question Number 5. Student is required to punctuate and capitalize it according to need. This question contains 4 marks. You can find video lectures on punctuation and capitalization rules in Grammar portion of this course. Learn those lectures and attempt this question accordingly.

 

How to Attempt Punctuation and Capitalization in Paper:

First read the given sentence or paragraph careful and understand its meaning. After understanding it, try punctuating and capitalizing according to rules in rough work. Write question number and in next line write the punctuated paragraph. Try to use marker where you made changes in it so it is easy to understand.

 

 

MCQs from Plays and Poems:

These MCQs from Book Three will cover about 5 – 10 marks from a total of 20 marks in complete MCQs section. There will be two types of MCQs from Plays and Poems.

1.    Synonyms

2.    Short question about the Play or Poem

 

 

Why Study this Course?

There are Plays and Poems in Book Three of first year English taught in Punjab. In plays you get to learn the way of describing and understanding a drama to be played on stage. You will see how dialogues are written and how to define nature of each character and story without explaining it exclusively. Likewise, poem is also an artistic way to defining  your feeling or point of view. By studying these poems, students can not only strengthen their vocabulary but also learn to understand deep or hidden meanings of an expression and explaining it in one’s own wordings.

By studying this course with the lectures of Instutor.com, you will get to learn all of this from experienced professional teachers. There are video lectures of each play and poem with complete understanding and exercise. Everything is explained in such a way in these lectures that every student who either gets poor grades or tops in class can easily understand and learn from them.