Samacheer Kalvi 9th English Article Writing

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Tamilnadu Samacheer Kalvi 9th English Article Writing

An article is a piece of written work, the purpose of which is to propagate news, inform about results of research, analyze academic information, express opinions or persuade through suggestions.

Components of an article :
Title – it should be catchy enough to draw the reader’s attention
Byline – the name of the writer of the article Introduction – outlines the topic
Body – builds upon the topic; consists of two to four paragraphs
Conclusion – summarises and offers final opinions

Samacheer Kalvi 9th English Article Writing

Tips for writing articles :

  • Be brief and concise.
  • Cover the essential elements of who, what, when, where, how and why?
  • Focus on the theme or topic of the article. Do not deviate from it.
  • Use simple language.

1. Write an article for your school magazine. Describing your experience about the Clean India Campaign.

Clean India Campaign

– by Anitha

The ‘Clean India Campaign’ or ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ launched by our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi was implemented to fulfill the vision of a clean India. But it has not been as effective as it should have been opinion polls conducted in various cities of India suggested that nearly two-thirds of the residents surveyed felt there was no impact of the campaign on their city or surroundings. The fact remains that the government alone cannot bring about a change unless we the people take initiatives to keep our surroundings clean. It is all about changing our attitude which cannot be changed by imposing fines of punishments.

There is a significant percentage of our population who are totally unaware of and neglect basic cleanliness hygiene. These are people who don’t even think once before littering on the road or throwing garbage anywhere and everywhere. Their lack of awareness has led to the ineffectiveness of such cleanliness initiatives. It is important to sensitize people on the importance of hygiene and cleanliness through awareness programs in electronic, print and social media. Enlightened people need to work with not only individuals but also organizations to make those people aware of the importance of cleanliness.

2. Write an article for your school magazine. Describing your experience about River Pollution.

River Pollution

– by Rama

It is indeed unfortunate that rivers, which are our largest source of water are victims of pollution. Countless tanneries, chemical plants, textile mills, slaughter houses, hospitals contribute to pollution of rivers by dumping untreated waste into it. People who do not have the proper living conditions in India, resort to carrying out all their daily activities like bathing, washing and defecation, on the bank of rivers, and thus pollute them. Discharge of sewage and other domestic waste into the rivers is yet another environmentally hazardous practice, that is polluting the rivers. Religious practices also demand that floral offerings be cast-off in rivers and the ashes, after cremating a person should also be poured into rivers.
Unfortunately one concludes despite laws dealing with the task of prevention and control of river pollution there is no end to the misery we humans inflict on our rivers.

3. Write an article for your school magazine. Describing your experience about Serve Mankind.

Serve Mankind

– by Bala

Men represent society in a Microform. God made man to serve those who need the service. It may be in any field or in any form. But the best form is “Voluntary Community Work” which means that the work should be done not for an individual but for all. For example, I see that the village is full of garbage. Let us together dig pits far away from the village and bury these garbage there, which will turn to manure in a couple of years’ time.

At the same time, the removal of the garbage will give a better look to the village. The second community work for our village is to make drains. Let us control the dirty water and direct it to the pits where the garbage has been buried. But this is not the work done by one or two men. Let the people realise that the best service to God is to serve His creation.

Samacheer Kalvi 9th English Article Writing

4. Write an article for your school magazine. Describing your experience about school picnic.


– by Srinivasan

School picnics are the most awaited ones. They are with great fun. The memories of school picnics are the one to be cherished for a lifetime. This year’s picnic was destined to be at Mamallapuram which is situated around 60 km from Chennai. On the day of the picnic, we reported to the school assembly hall at 5 a.m. Since it was the last week of December, the weather was very cold. The school bus departed at sharp 5.10 a.m. in the morning. Almost one and half hour travel to the heritage town felt like a matter of few minutes. We reported to the guest house at around 6.30 a.m., we were all provided welcome drinks. Then we left for the Shore Temple.

Sunrise at Shore Temple is an unforgettable sight. Five Rathas, Cave Temple, Tiger Cave, Elephant and other creatures carved in granite, Arjuna’s Penance, Lord Krishna’s Butter Ball (a huge stone almost spherical in shape) are the important sculptures to be seen there. It was the most exciting part of the picnic. Then we had lunch, followed by some fun activities. The time had passed so soon that we couldn’t even realize the day was over. This was indeed a day I will remember for a long time.

Samacheer Kalvi 9th English Article Writing

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