Teachoo Sample Paper 1 - English Class 12

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[Literature] Question 13 (i)

Question 13 (ii) Important

The author of the story ‘The Rattrap’ portrays the theme of human loneliness and isolation through the character of the peddler, who lives a miserable and wandering life. He also shows how kindness and compassion can transform a person’s outlook and behavior. Imagine that you are a social worker who has encountered the peddler after his change of heart. Write a case study in about 150 words describing the peddler’s background, problems, and solutions. 

You may begin this way:

Case Study: The Peddler’s Transformation

By (your name), (your designation)

Answer as written by the student:

Case Study: The Peddler’s Transformation

By (your name), (your designation)

The peddler is a man who sells rattraps made from scrap metal that he collects from various places. He has no home, no family, no friends, and no hope. He survives by begging, stealing, and cheating. He believes that the world is a rattrap that offers temptations to trap people and make them suffer. He has a negative and cynical attitude towards life and society.

The peddler’s life changes when he meets three different people who show him kindness and compassion. The first one is an old crofter who welcomes him to his cottage and offers him food, shelter, and company. The second one is an ironmaster who mistakes him for an old friend and invites him to his mansion. The third one is the ironmaster’s daughter, Edla, who treats him with respect and dignity, even after discovering his true identity.

The peddler is touched by the generosity and warmth of these people, especially Edla, who gives him a Christmas present and a letter with her address. He feels ashamed of his past deeds and decides to return the money he stole from the crofter. He also leaves behind his rattraps and his old identity. He writes a letter to Edla, thanking her for her kindness and telling her that he has become a new man.

The peddler’s transformation shows that human beings have innate goodness in them, and that they can change for the better if they are given a chance and a choice. It also shows that kindness and compassion can have a powerful impact on people’s lives, and that they can inspire them to overcome their fears and doubts.

(Your name), (your designation), (your publication)

Step-by-Step explanation of the answer:

Here are some steps you can follow to write your case study:

  • Start with a title that summarizes your topic and identifies your subject. For example: “Case Study: The Peddler’s Transformation”. 📝
  • Write your name and designation below the title. For example: “By (your name), (your designation)”. 🙋‍♂️
  • Write an introduction that gives some background information about the story and its author, such as who she was, when she wrote it, why she wrote it, what it is about, etc. 📚
  • Write the main body of your case study that covers the main aspects of the peddler’s case, such as his background, his problems, his solutions, etc. Use paragraphs, headings, subheadings, bullet points, quotes, facts, figures, etc. to organize your information and make it easy to read and understand. 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️
  • Write a conclusion that summarizes your main points and gives your analysis and evaluation of the peddler’s case. You can also include some recommendations or suggestions for further action or research.🌟👍
  • End with a signature or a slogan that identifies you or your publication. For example: “(Your name), (your designation), (your publication)” or “(Your slogan)”. 🖋️
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