SSC class 10 English first paper assignment solution for Write An Essay in People’s Awareness to Fight Covid in Bangladesh.
Assignment topic: Peoples Awareness to fight Covid in Bangladesh
Learning outcomes: Ask and tell about the problems
Write an essay in 300 words including the cause below.
How do people behave in public places and in public transport?
Do people maintain social distancing during the log down due to covid-19?
How do people behave while moving from one place to another during festivals?
Why do they do that?
What could be the impact of the behavior?
What could you do as a responsible citizen of the country to prevent such behavior?
Rubrics /Scoring Criteria:
The teacher will assess students’ work using the following lesson/marking creations. Then she/he will aggregate the individual marks on each category for students as a man on this assignment.
Only one or two mistakes in total
mistakes in less than a third of the sentence
Mistakes in more than half the sentences
mistakes in more than two-thirds of the sentence
mistakes in almost all sentence
Vocabulary varied and appropriate
some minor vocabulary errors
some serious Mistakes of vocabulary
frequent repeating and very limited
vocabulary in the accurate and inaccurate.
Content varied/ appropriate/ interesting
Good content and relevant but not developed sufficiently
Limited all the adequate content
Limited attempt to produce relevant content
4= Ideas clear/ flowing style/Coherent and cohesive
3= effective communication/mostly coherent and cohesive
2= an effort needed to understand/incoherent
1= Very difficult to understand/extremely disjointed text
0= meaningless text
People’s Awareness to Fight Covid in Bangladesh
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has now spread through the entire world and emerged as a major public health threat. COVID-19 is a highly transmittable and pathogenic viral infection caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2.
This novel pathogenic virus emerged in Wuhan, China, and has rapidly spread around the world,1 with 210 countries, including Bangladesh, reporting more than 2.4 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, leading to 169,006 deaths as of April 22, 2020.2 Many developed countries in the world have imposed uniquely severe isolation measures in an attempt to attenuate the mortality and disease transmission of the virus, and the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the situation a public health emergency of international concern.
The first COVID-19 case in Bangladesh was identified on March 8, 2020. Since then, 120 deaths of 3772 confirmed cases have been reported to date. The total number of cases is rising rapidly, with a high mortality rate (3.18%).3 As the number of COVID-19 infections continues to rise in Bangladesh.