Articles are written to give information in a wide range of contexts for magazines or newspapers. They are a relatively long and sustained piece of writing. They give information on a variety of themes such as describing an event, person, someone’s life and actions, places, and experiences. They can also be an expression of the writer’s opinions on topics of social interest or arguments for or against a topic and they often offer suggestions.
In this section, we are giving some examples on Article Writing Class 9
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We also providing Extra Questions for Class 9 English Chapter wise.
Article Writing Topics for Class 9 CBSE Format, Examples Pdf
- Don’t attempt to write about every single piece of information—select relevant information.
- The article must be written in the appropriate format and style.
- Remember to keep within the word limit.
Raj Sinha has read about the manifold increase in the number of vehicles in major Indian cities. This causes problems as is evident from the photograph given below. Using ideas from the photograph along with your own ideas, w rite an article on how the increase in the number of vehicles causes traffic jams and accidents. Suggest a few solutions to curb the problem. Write the article in about 150 words.
Read through the news clipping given below about air pollution. Taking hints from the clipping write an article in 100-150 words on ‘Vehicular Pollution’.
- Nearly 40,000 people die of air pollution every year in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Kanpur and Nagpur; 7,500 in Delhi alone.
- A study found a rise in coronary ailments within 24 to 48 hours after pollution levels increased in Delhi.
Increased vehicular traffic, haphazard urban settlements and poor roads lead to frequent traffic snarls and road accidents as also vehicular pollution, which has assumed alarming proportions. It is estimated that nearly 40,000 people succumb to air pollution every year in major cities of India. High-level emissions of smoke and poisonous gases cause global warming and depletion of the ozone layer, affecting the weather pattern.
Summers are warmer and prolonged. Poisonous particulate matter in the air leads to respiratory and eye-related problems. Even a rise in coronary cases linked to an increase in pollution levels, was reported. The very first measure to counter this is to change our life styles. Radical and urgent steps need to be taken such as ban on the plying of very old vehicles, starting pooling systems in private cars, adopting zero waste system.
Thus, it is imperative that pollution control norms are implemented and defaulters booked.
You are Kashish/Kailash, a strong believer in the theory that one must eat healthy food to live well. However, you are disturbed that your friends are junk food addicts. What is worse, are the advertisements that make eating junk food practical, easier and cheaper by way of attractive discounts, like the one given below. Write an article for your school magazine Awaz talking about the problems of unhealthy eating, leading to various body disorders like obesity, lack of concentration, lethargy, etc. Give a suitable heading to your article. (100-150 words)
Say Goodbye to Junk Food
A new craze among teenagers is an inclination towards fast food. However, its consumption in high quantities can create disorders in the body and lead to obesity. Fast food is high in fat content. Their taste, more than nutrition, is what lures youngsters to these foods. If the quantity and quality are not within the desired limits, the extra fat is stored in the body tissues.
So, improving eating habits is necessary for good health. Fiber-rich diets help maintain brain and body health because fibre content is required for good digestion and for keeping the metabolism healthy. So, parents must regulate the eating habits of their children. School authorities should also monitor the sale of junk food at the school canteens and school campus.
Diagnostic test 4
Here is an old picture that appeared in an article of Protect, a magazine that focuses on environmental issues. Read the incomplete article fromt he magazine. Fill in the blanks with reference to the picture to complete the article.
|Tigers are on the verge of extinction in the sub-continent. Although the number of tigers in India (a) …………………………. the number (b) …………………………. Environmentalists believe (c) …………………………. the Forest Department. The big cat population (d) …………………………. due to poaching, with tiger parts sold to the Chinese medicine industry. Large development projects such as mining and building of dams and highways (e) ………………………… . The Indian Government has so far been unable to check the clandestine trade in tiger bones and skins.|
(a) showed an increase between 1972 and 1989 when their numbers increased from 1827 to 4334
(b) fell from 4334 in 1969 to 1414 in the year 2009
(c) the earlier figures/ numbers were inflated by
(d) is rapidly diminishing,
(e) are also taking their toll on the tiger and its habitat
Article Writing Practice Exercises for Class 9 CBSE
1. Saryug Mathur is a Secretary in the Ministry of Environment. He saw the following data on atmospheric pollution. Help him write an article explaining his views on the emission of gases and waste in cities and what are the measures to curb pollution in about 100-150 words.
2. Rising violence among youth is a cause for concern. A recent survey listed the reasons for this trend. Study the following graph showing causes for the growing violence against others and themselves. Write an article based on the available data and give your own thoughts in 100-120 words.
3. Awadhesh Kumar, Secretary of the Environment Preservation Society, saw the following table on the increase in the number of vehicles in major Indian cities. He thought about how the increase in vehicles would enhance pollution. Using ideas from the table and your own ideas, write an article in 100-150 words on the topic.
The annual increase in the number of vehicles in major Indian cities (percentage)
|City (in descending order of population)||Passenger||Freight|
|Two-wheelers||Cars and Jeeps||Taxis||Three-wheelers|
Diagnostic test 5
You are a member of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in your locality. The following pie chart reflects the attitude of the people towards animals. In response to this, you write an article to be published in the forthcoming issue of ‘The Week’ on how animals are ill-treated and what can be done to prevent it. As Ramesh/Ranjini, complete the article in 150 words using the hints given below.
It is ironical that though we have lived with animals for years, we are yet to give them the status of fellow beings. (b) …………………………., 15% of the people feel that animals are not like humans to do not need to be cared for, (c) …………………………. turn a blind eye to them.
Stray cattle, dogs, pigs and at times even monkeys (d) …………………………. (e) …………………………. and animals impounded from road-show owners. (f) …………………………. in newspapers and magazines and by NGOs like PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals).
(a) Animals Have Rights Too!
(b) While 50% of people feel animals are exploited for selfish interests.
(c) another 35% see the atrocities being committed and
(d) are a common sight on Indian roads
(e) Animal shelters must be established to house and care for stray cattle
(f) Public awareness for animal welfare and animal rights could be created through campaigns
4. Rajat/Reetika Raina recently attended a one-day seminar on vocational courses—‘A Step Towards Self-Employment’. At the seminar, the speakers talked about:
- various vocational courses like computer programming, graphic design, textile technology, travel and tourism, office management, book-keeping and so on.
- need to propagate such courses—reduce pressure on colleges, ensure a vocation for children.
- the result—lowering of stress level, lowering of unemployment.
As Rajat/Reetika, write an article in about 150 words for your school magazine on the importance of vocational courses. Give your article a suitable heading.
5. Sudhanshu Rao, is shocked and enraged to see the intolerance widespread in the world. He is disheartened by a series of incidents that have come into light recently. He is deeply disturbed and writes an article for his school magazine regarding the impact of such acts and the need to be alert in any eventuality. Using the ideas given in the report and your own ideas, write the article in 120 words.
|A New Design Of Terror
Once again, terror has shown its ugly head. This time, terror is in the form of intolerance and self-centric opinions and acts that all of us have been indulging in.
6. Shocked by the increase in the number of incidents of violence against old people and women, Shiv/ Shivani decides to write an article for the school magazine on changing values and increasing violence. You may use the information provided in the graph below that shows data from the last 7 years with 20XX being the current years and each line representing one year mark. (100-150 words)
7. A survey was conducted to find out how teenagers spend their free time. The following trends were observed. Using the data given in the pie chart and your own ideas write an article in about 120 words for your school magazine on how teenagers spend their free time.
8. Nikunj/Nikita Parekh of Tejas School, Ahmedabad, sees the following data about the effect of pollution on migratory birds in northern India. He/She decides to write an article on the relationship between increasing levels of pollution and the declining bird population. Study the graphs given below and write the article for Nikunj/Nikita. (150 words )
9. Look at the picture given will be change to on the next page id the illustration is not on the same page. It is a humorous representation of the room of a disorganized person. Based on the picture, write an article for your school magazine on the problems of a disorganized person and their solutions. You are Kamini/Kaushal studying in class IX-C .
10. Yogesh/Yogeeta, a student of Class IX of Pragati Public School, Rohtak feels highly disturbed to see that many students and other people in society have taken to smoking. Aware of the adverse effects of smoking, he/she decides to write an article on the hazards of smoking. Write the article in about 150 words. Give your article a suitable heading.
11. The Delhi administration has launched a drive against the use of crackers because of the increased levels of air pollution during Diwali due to the bursting of crackers, the adverse health impacts and the employment of child labour in the firecracker industry, which leads to many casualties. The objective should be to let Diwali be a glowing festival of the year and not a noisy, polluting, chaotic and accident- filled event.
Look at the poster given below, your own ideas and the ideas given above, write an article to be published in your school newsletter on the need to “Say No to Crackers”.
You are Abhileena/Abhijeet Sarcar, Head Girl/Head Boy of Roshanara Public School, Agra. (150 words)