NCERT Solutions 5th English Unit 6 lesson11-Class Discussion

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Unit 6 | Lesson 11- Class Discussion

4th Class English Marigold 

 

NCERT Solutions 5th English Unit 6 lesson11-Class Discussion (CBSE) You should refer to books and teachers. This is just for making reference available. There are so many activities which need to be undertaken for better understanding. Let students explore the subject. Use it on own discretionary. 

Solutions for textbook questions NCERT Solutions 5th English Unit 6 lesson 11-Class Discussion

Page no. 96

Let’s Read

Q. 1. What activity was going on in the class?

Ans. 1 Class discussion was going on in the class.

Q. 2. Who was the quiet one in the class?

Ans. 2 Jane was the quiet one in the class.

Q. 3. Why was she quiet?

(i) she was afraid to air her opinions.

(ii) she hated the noise.

(iii) she didn’t like the activity.

(iv) she was quiet by nature.

Ans. 3 (iv) she was quiet by nature.

Q. 4. How do you interact in class during discussions? Do you participate or remain quiet?

Ans. 4. I gently interact in class during discussions. I always participate never remain quiet in discussions.

Think and Write

Q. 1. Choose two friends in your class who are very different from each other. Use the clues in the box to describe their nature. You may also add your own words to describe them.
naughty lively sharing careless studious
quiet friendly helpful regular cheerful

Ans. 1 Akshit is a naughty boy but Mohit is very friendly.

  1. Rohit is talkative but Meena is quiet.
  2. Sanjana is careless but her sister is careful.

Note:- Ask students to describe everyone in their class using given or their own describing words.

Page no. 97

Let’s Talk

Q. 1 Look at the picture in the poem. Imagine and write what the discussion in the class is about.

Note:- the points you might discuss before planning a visit to the park.

(i) Choose a day and time.

(ii) What things to bring to play?

(iii) Assign duties.

(iv) Things to eat.

Note: Try to enact the discussion in the class to familiarize students with the course of the discussion. It would be great fun for them. The fumble in the beginning but gradually will mark the difference for sure.

Page no. 98

Q. 2. Fill in the grid given below by assigning qualities to each person. Some clues are given here to help you.

Clues

  1. Sangeeta lends her pencil to her partner.
  2. Nirav is also called a chatterbox.
  3. Pranav recently saved a cat from drowning in the lake.
  4. Megha is just the opposite of Nirav.
  5. Mithila always teases everyone.
  6. Ritu is always seen with a book in hand.
Students brave naughty quiet talkative generous studious
Nirav          
Pranav          
Megha          
Mithila          
Ritu          
Sangeeta          

you can frame sentences to make them understand well.

  1. Nirav is talkative.
  2. Pranav is brave.
  3. Megha is quiet.
  4. Mithila is naughty.
  5. Ritu is studious
  6. Sangeeta is generous.

 Lets Read and Do

Page no. 99

Q. Find one story of bravery about a child. You can search for the story by talking to older people or watching a TV program or from a film.

(a) Write down the story

Camelia Kathy Kharbyngar- the child who won the National Bravery Award 2019

Ans. (a) Camelia Kathy Kharbyngar a girl lived in Meghalaya. One day she suddenly noticed that her house was on fire. She knew that her elder brother was in there. And he is not mentally fit. He would have got burnt. She rushed into the house and safely carried her brother out. Thus she showed a brave gesture. Her act was appreciated by everyone. She was awarded the National Bravery Award 2019.

You want to know more click here: Inspiring Stories of Children who won the National Bravery Award 2019

(b) Also, mention its source.

Ans. I learned about this story from a website.

(c) Narrate the story to the class.

Ans.  Ask the students to narrate their story in the class.

(d) Which story did you like the best?

Ans.  I liked the story of Camelia a brave girl.

(e) Write down your reasons.

Ans.  She was a small girl. She had no fear of fire. Just entered into the house and saved her brother.

 Write a Notice

A notice tells who, when, where, and what.

1. Read Sheela’s notice. Discuss the questions that follow.

Notice

The Drama Committee will meet in the classroom on Monday, at two o’clock. We’ll plan a play for our Annual Day. Will each one of you please bring a play?

SHEELA

Who was to meet?

Ans. The drama committee was to meet.

When were they to meet?

Ans. They were to meet on Monday, at 2’o’ clock.

Where were they to meet?

Ans. They were to meet in the classroom.

What were they to do?

Ans. They were to plan a play for their Annual Day.

Q. 2. Write a notice about a library committee or a football match.
Ans. 2 A notice about a library committee

Notice

The library committee will meet in the library on Tuesday, at one o’clock. We’ll plan to raise the use of the library in the school. Please come with some ideas.

Meena

Library Committee

A notice about a football match

Notice

The sports committee will meet in the library on Tuesday, at one o’clock. We’ll plan the practice schedule for coming match with Lotus house. Be in time.

Rahul

Sports Committee

Also see:-NCERT Solutions 4th English Unit 3 lesson 6-Nasruddin’s Aim

NCERT Solutions 5th English Unit 6 lesson11-Class Discussion (CBSE) You should refer to books and teachers. This is just for making reference available. There are so many activities which need to be undertaken for better understanding. Let students explore the subject. Use it on own discretionary. 


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