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Format of Notice Writing | Class 9, 10, 11 and 12 |

Given below are the formats of Notice/Letter/Article/Speech/Debate & Invitation. It is mandatory to commemorate all the formats especially of Notice, Invitation, Article, Speech, Debate at the time of board exams. Therefore, we are enclosing the formats of these topics so that you can score better in your upcoming board exams. Notice comes in choice with Classified Advertisement, Invitation and Poster MakingLet’s go through the definition of Notice along with Format, Marking Scheme and Important Points to remember while writing a notice.

What is notice?

A notice is an announcement or piece of information that is meant for a select group of people. Notices are usually displayed in public places or published in newspapers and magazines. They always contain formal announcements or information, so the tone and style of notices is formal and factual. The language in notices should be simple and formal. Notices are always brief and to the point.

Format of Notice Writing

Important Points to Remember While Writing a Notice

  • Put it in a box if asked
  • Write the name of Issuing Authority (Institution/Organisation/Company/Society) on the top in the center of the box.
  • Write the word Notice
  • Write formal date on the left side
  • Write Subject/Heading in the center
  • Write body of the notice in about 50 words
  • End the notice with Signature, Name and Designation
  • Do not sign if writing as a head boy or head girl

 

Format of notice

Marking Scheme of Notice Writing

  • Format – 1 Mark (Name of Issuing Authority, Word ‘Notice’, Heading, Date, Writer’s name with Designation)
  • Content – 2 Marks
  • Expression – 1 Marks

(Grammatical Accuracy, Appropriate Words and Spellings – 0.5 Marks)

(Coherence, Relevance of Ideas and Style – 0.5 Marks)

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Format of Report

Important Points to Remember While Writing a Report

  • Write the Title/Heading on the top
  • Write the name of reporter just below the heading (Given in the Heading)
  • Write the name of the place
  • Use Past Tense (Both Active and Passive Voice)
  • Answer questions like; What, When, Where, How, Who etc.
  • Avoid 1st and 2nd person
  • Adhere to word limit i.e. 150 words

Format of report

 

Marking Scheme of Report Writing

  • Format – 1 Mark (Heading and Writer’s Name)
  • Content – 4 Marks
  • Expression – 5 Marks

(Grammatical Accuracy, Appropriate Words and Spellings – 2.5 Marks)

(Coherence, Relevance of Ideas and Style – 2.5 Marks)

Format of Article Writing

Important Points to Remember While Writing an Article

  • Write the Title/Heading on the top
  • Write the name of the writer just below the heading (Given in the Heading)
  • Follow the Fluency (Introduction, Causes, Statistics, Consequences, Measures etc)
  • Avoid ‘I’ use ‘We’ instead
  • Don’t Manipulate with the Statistics (Avoid if not known to)
  • Adhere to word limit i.e. 150 words

 

Formats

Marking Scheme of Article Writing

  • Format – 1 Mark (Heading and Writer’s Name)
  • Content – 4 Marks
  • Expression – 5 Marks

(Grammatical Accuracy, Appropriate Words and Spellings – 2.5 Marks)

(Coherence, Relevance of Ideas and Style – 2.5 Marks)

Format of Speech/Debate

Important Points to Remember While Writing a Speech or Debate

  • Begin formally with Opening Address for e.g. (Good morning to respected jury members…)
  • Follow the Fluency (Introduction, Causes, Statistics, Consequences, Measures etc.)
  • Use ‘I’ and ‘We’ for emphasis
  • Don’t Manipulate with the Statistics (Avoid if not known to)
  • Adhere to word limit i.e. 150 words
  • Thank the audience 

Marking Scheme of speech/Debate Writing

  • Format – 1 Mark (Opening Address and Conclusion)
  • Content – 4 Marks
  • Expression – 5 Marks

(Grammatical Accuracy, Appropriate Words and Spellings – 2.5 Marks)

(Coherence, Relevance of Ideas and Style – 2.5 Marks)

Format of Formal Invitation

Important Points to Remember While Writing a Formal Invitation

  • Use Third person only
  • Clearly mention the date and venue
  • Enlarge the font of Proper Nouns
  • Use RSVP at the end in the left side of the formal invitation and With Best Compliments From in the right side
  • Adhere to word limit i.e. 50 words

Formats

Reply (Acceptance)

Important Points to Remember While Writing a reply to Formal Invitation

  • Use Third person only
  • Thank the sender for the invitation.
  • Adhere to word limit i.e. 50 words

Formats

Reply (Declination)

Important Points to Remember While Writing a reply to Formal Invitation

  • Use Third person only
  • Thank the sender for the invitation.
  • State the reason for your inability to come
  • Adhere to word limit i.e. 50 words

Formats

Marking Scheme of Invitations

  • Format – 1 Mark 
  • Content – 2 Marks
  • Expression – 1 Marks

(Grammatical Accuracy, Appropriate Words and Spellings – 0.5 Marks)

(Coherence, Relevance of Ideas and Style – 0.5 Marks)

Format of Letters

Important Points to Remember While Writing a Formal Letter

  • Use the prescribed format (Sender’s address, Date, Receiver’s address, Subject, Salutation, BOL, Subscription)
  • Adhere to word limit i.e. 150 words

Formats

Marking Scheme of Formal Letters

  • Format – 1 Mark (Sender’s address, Date, Receiver’s address, Subject, Salutation, Closing)
  • Content – 3 Marks
  • Expression – 2 Marks

(Grammatical Accuracy, Appropriate Words and Spellings – 1 Mark)

(Coherence, Relevance of Ideas and Style – 1 Mark)

Notice for Practice

  • You are Ankit/Ankita Head Boy/Girl of St. Anslem School, Panipat. Write a notice to be put up on school’s notice board informing the students about the Farewell 2021 for class XII to be held next month in about 50 words.
  • You have lost your wrist watch in your school compound. Write a notice in about 50 informing the students and requesting them to return if found. You are Manoj/Monika, a student of Delhi Public School, Gurugram.

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