Teachoo Sample Paper 1 - English Class 12

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Sunshine Public School has recently started a book donation drive, where students can donate their old or unused books to the school library, or to a local NGO that works for underprivileged children. As Rajesh Sharma, Coordinator of the Library Committee, draft a notice for the school notice board, encouraging students of all classes to participate in this noble cause. Mention the types of books that can be donated, the duration of the drive, the location of the drop-off boxes, and the benefits of the drive.

Answer as written by the student:

                                            SUNSHINE PUBLIC SCHOOL

                                                          NOTICE

BOOK DONATION DRIVE

6 July 2023

Sunshine Public School i nvites students of all classes to participate in a book donation drive , where you can donate your old or unused books to the school library, or to a local NGO that works for underprivileged children.

You can donate any type of books, such as textbooks, storybooks, magazines, comics, etc., as long as they are in good condition. The drive will last for two weeks, from 7 July to 21 July. You can drop off your books in the boxes placed near the main gate, the library, and the staff room.

By donating your books, you will not only declutter your shelves, but also help others who need them . You will also earn points for your house and a certificate of appreciation from the school.

Rajesh Sharma 

Coordinator Library Committee

 

 

Step-by-step explanation of the answer:

To write a notice in about 50-80 words, you need to follow these steps:

  • Start with the word NOTICE in capital letters, and center it at the top of the page. This will catch the attention of the readers and inform them that it is an official announcement. 📢
  • Write the title of the notice below it, also in capital letters, and center it. The title should be brief and catchy, and summarize the main purpose of the notice. For example, “BOOK DONATION DRIVE”. 📚
  • Write the date of issuing the notice below the title, in normal letters, and align it to the right. This will show when the notice was published. For example, “6 July 2023”. 🗓️
  • Write the body of the notice below the date, in normal letters, and align it to the left. The body should contain all the relevant information about the notice, such as what it is about, who it is for, what are the requirements, what are the benefits, how to participate, etc. You should use short sentences and concise words to fit your information within 50-80 words. You should also use formal and polite language, and avoid any grammatical or spelling errors. 📝
  • Write your name , designation , and club or department below the body of the notice, in normal letters, and align it to the left. This will show who has written or issued the notice. For example, “Rajesh Sharma”. 👨‍🏫

 

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