Ncert English Class 6 Solutions A Different Kind of School
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A Different Kind of School Exercise question Solutions :
- Working With The Text :
(A) Put these sentences from the story in the right order and write them out in a paragraph. Don’t refer to the text.
(1) I shall be so glad when today is over.
(2) Having a leg tied up and hopping about on a crutch is almost fun, I guess.
(3) I don’t think I’ll mind being deaf for a day – at least not much.
(4) But being blind is so frightening.
(5) Only you must tell me about things.
(6) Let’s go for a little walk.
(7) The other bad days can’t be half as bad as this.
Let’s go for a little walk. Only you must tell me about things. I shall be so glad when today is over. The other bad days can’t be half as bad as this. Having a leg tied up and hopping about on a crutch is almost a fun, I guess. I don’t think I’ll mind being deaf for a day- at least not much. But being blind is so frightening.
(B) Answer the following questions :
(1) Why do you think the writer visited Miss Beam’s school?
The writer had harken much rich commendations about Miss Beam’s school and its great teaching techniques. That is why the writer visited her school for experiencing those new methods.
(2) What was the ‘game’ that every child in the school had to play?
Every child in the school of miss Beam had to play some roles such as blind, deaf, injured, lame, dumb etc. It was like a ‘game’ to them, which was a very necessary part of their education system.
(3) “Each term every child has one blind day, one lame day” complete the line, which day was the hardest? Why was it the hardest?
“Each term every child has one blind day, one lame day, one deaf day, one injured day and one dumb day,” Among all these days, the blind day was most difficult because it seemed very terrible. The children felt every moment that they are going to be hit by something.
(4) What was the purpose of these special days?
The major purpose of these special days was to make the children so kind and responsible to others. These kinds of acts helped them to discern the difficulties of being misfortune and these would also taught them to respect the deficient people.
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