CBSE X English

Online Tutoring - CBSE X English

  • Curriculum :  CBSE
  • Grade :  X
  • Subject :  English
  • Summary :  Edugraff opens you to the world of Online tuition classes for Class 10 CBSE students by our experienced teachers based on the latest exam pattern.

Course Description :

We provide you the best online coaching for Class 10 CBSE by incorporating the entire syllabus with notes, sample question papers, learning activities that enhance the skills and knowledge of students. The course path for grade 10  CBSE is designed by inculcating literature from Indian, British, French, American and Japanese writers. The structure of the main course book, First Flight, comprises an introductory passage (Before You Read) which sheds some light on the text that follows. The Oral Comprehension Check that dots the text at various intervals is a quick and short follow up of the portion covered so far. The supplementary reader too has a similarly structured approach under the following heads: Read and Find Out, Think About it and Talk About it, which collectively work on the understanding, reasoning, analysis and critical thinking. Words and Expressions is the workbook that covers tasks related to the book and grammar, unit wise. 

Syllabus

Chapter 1

  • A Letter to God by G. L. Fuentes
  • Poem: Dust of Snow by Robert Frost
  • Fire and Ice by Robert Frost

Chapter 2

  • Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
  • Poem: A Tiger in the Zoo by Leslie Norris

Chapter 3

  • The Two Stories About Flying
  • Poem: How to Tell Wild Animals by Carolyn Wells

Chapter 4

  • From the Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank
  • Poem: Amanda! by Robin Klein

Chapter 5

  • The Hundred Dresses – I by Eleanor Estes

Chapter 6

  • The Hundred Dresses – II by Eleanor Estes
  • Poem: Animals by Walt Whitman

Chapter 7

  • Glimpses of India
  • Poem: The Trees by Adrienne Rich

Chapter 8

  • Mijbil the Otter by Gavin Maxwell
  • Poem: Fog by Carl Sandburg

Chapter 9

  • Madam Rides the Bus by Vallikkannan
  • Poem: The Tale of Custard the Dragon by Ogden Nash

Chapter 10

  • The Sermon at Benares
  • Poem: For Anne Gregory by William Butler Yeats

Chapter 11

  • The Proposal by Anton Chekov

English Supplementary Reader – Footprints Without Feet

Chapter 1

  • A Triumph of Surgery by James Herriot

Chapter 2

  • A The Thief’s Story by Ruskin Bond

Chapter 3

  • The Midnight Visitor by Robert Arthur

Chapter 4

  • A Question of Trust by Victor Canning

Chapter 5

  • Footprints Without Feet by H. G. Wells

Chapter 6

  • The Making of a Scientist by Robert W. Peterson

Chapter 7

  • The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant

Chapter 8

  • The Hack Driver by Sinclair Lewis

Chapter 9

  • Bholi by K. A. Abbas

Chapter 10

  • The Book that Saved the Earth by Claire Boiko

Methodology in Class 10 CBSE English Tuition 

Edugraff is the one-point destination for students searching for online tuition classes for class 10 CBSE. Our One to One interactive live tuition classes for Class X CBSE help students to study at their own pace and at their convenient timings. Our teaching strategy with open-ended and thought-provoking questions awakens interest and imagination, leading students to reflect and contemplate on issues raised by the text as well as beyond the text is adopted to enrich the learning experience. There is an emphasis on written and spoken aspects to polish the communication skills. 

Learn English from Grade 10 Online Tutors

Our Class 10 CBSE Online Tutors go the extra mile to ensure student understanding and 100 % grade improvement in their exams. Students get a glimpse of relationships: among individuals and within the society; of emotions: understanding and managing them; of our country and its connections to nature as well as the rest of the world. The books aim to teach how to read with reference to context and increase their lexical and grammatical prowess.


FAQ :

1.   What is the most effective way to prepare for class 10 Board examinations? 

The most effective and efficient way to be prepared for the Board Exams is to be regular. Do not miss out on classes as they give you an opportunity to participate in classroom activities which help retention.

2.   Are there any other books that we should read?

A lot of reading suggestions are given in your books. Besides those you could venture out to Lord of the Flies (William Golding), A Tale of Two Cities (Charles Dickens), The Fault in Our Stars (John Green), The Invisible Man (H. G. Wells) and Hiroshima (John Hersey). And of course, the sky's the limit. 

 


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