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Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 - Interview [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: Interview

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Ice Breakers [Page 111]

Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 Interview Ice Breakers [Page 111]

Ice Breakers | Q 1 | Page 111

Complete the following web diagram.

Ice Breakers | Q 2 | Page 111

Given below are the prerequisites for an interview. Fill up the boxes with suitable actions to be undertaken with reference to the given points.


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Brainstorming [Pages 114 - 116]

Balbharati solutions for English Yuvakbharati 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 Interview Brainstorming [Pages 114 - 116]

Brainstorming | Q (A1) (i) | Page 114

Complete the following statements with the help of the text.

To learn about meditation, you have to see ____________________________________________________________ Watch your thinking. Do not ________________________ Do not ____________________________________ Begin to learn ______________________________ Just watch thought. Do not ____________________________________________________.

Brainstorming | Q (A1) (ii) | Page 114

Identify the incorrect statements from the following and correct them.

  • One wants others to change.

  • One can get rid of being ordinary.

  • Understanding the nature of greed does not ensure freedom from greed.

  • Learning is a finite process.

Brainstorming | Q (A2) (i) | Page 114

Is an educated person the same as a degree holder?

Make a list of the behaviours in educated people that you find unacceptable:

  1. ___________________
  2. ___________________
  3. ___________________
  4. ___________________
Brainstorming | Q (A2) (ii) (a) | Page 115

Suggest what you would do in the following situation:

Your very close friend has been using a fake social media account to play pranks on others and is not ready to stop in spite of several attempts by you.

Brainstorming | Q (A2) (ii) (b) | Page 115

Suggest what you would do in the following situation:

You are going through a crisis that is making you short-tempered and impatient, due to which you end up causing harm to your family and friends. They have started complaining about it quite often.

Brainstorming | Q (A2) (ii) (c) | Page 115

Suggest what you would do in the following situation:

One particular friend of yours is always late for college, social functions, movies, etc. and delays everyone.

Brainstorming | Q (A2) (ii) (d) | Page 115

Suggest what you would do in the following situation:

You realise that you no longer want to pursue your studies in the stream you have selected.

Brainstorming | Q (A3) (i) | Page 115

Consult the thesaurus and note down synonyms for 'ordinary'.

  1. One synonym of the ordinary is banal.
    Eg. He finds English poetry very banal.
  2. Similarly, find the meaning and make use of the words trite, routine, cliched, and regular in your own sentences.
Brainstorming | Q (A3) (ii) | Page 115

Complete the table. One is done for you.

  The World around you What we should aim to be
1. Callous Caring for people, environment, life
2. Violent  
3. Greedy  
4. Corrupt  
Brainstorming | Q (A3) (iii) (a) | Page 115

Note down ways in which you can make your life less ordinary in terms of utilisation of time.

Brainstorming | Q (A3) (iii) (b) | Page 115

Note down ways in which you can make your life less ordinary in terms of pursuing goals other than material goals.

Brainstorming | Q (A3) (iii) (c) | Page 115

Note down ways in which you can make your life less ordinary in terms of nurturing relationships.

Brainstorming | Q (A3) (iii) (d) | Page 115

Note down ways in which you can make your life less ordinary in terms of being a better human being.

Brainstorming | Q (A4) (i) | Page 115

Place the given areas of questioning from the list in the appropriate columns.

  • future plans
  • inspiration
  • overcoming hurdles/ struggle
  • coach/ mentor/ guide/ teacher
  • message for the youngsters
  • family support
  • alternate career choice
  • first or maiden award/ achievement /success /setbacks
  • a turning point in life/ success formula/technique.
  Section of the interview Aspects to be covered
1. Introduction Welcoming/Greeting, Introduction of the guest/Occasion.
2. Opening questions  
3. Main body  
4. Concluding questions  
5. Summing up Concluding the statement, Expressing gratitude.

You can add your points.

Brainstorming | Q (A4) (ii) | Page 116

‘Once you begin to learn there is no end to learning’. Write your views on this statement.

Brainstorming | Q (A4) (iii) | Page 116

You are a class representative and you are assigned by the principal of your college, to conduct an interview of a leading personality in a particular field. You have to conduct the interview with the help of the points in the table provided above.

  Section of the interview Aspects to be covered
1. Introduction welcoming/greeting, the introduction of guest/occasion
2. Opening questions describe yourself, your inspiration, coach/guide/mentor
3. Main body maiden award/achievements/ success/setbacks, overcoming hurdles/difficulties, family, and peer support.
4. Concluding questions future plans, message for the youth.
5. Summing up concluding statement, expressing gratitude
Brainstorming | Q (A5) (i) | Page 116

Form groups and discuss the following statements, in the context of the extract.

‘If he is indeed wise, he does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind’ Kahlil Gibran.

Brainstorming | Q (A5) (ii) | Page 116

‘Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.’ Mahatma Gandhi

Collect some more quotes on education by famous thinkers.

Brainstorming | Q (A6) | Page 116

Read and prepare a small presentation in about 100 to 150 words on the ideas of any two philosophers given below.

  • Sant Dnyaneshwar
  • Gautam Buddha
  • Aurobindo Ghosh
  • Kahlil Gibran
  • Socrates.
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Chapter 3: Interview

Ice BreakersBrainstorming
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