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Where Do All the Teachers Go?

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 05-Jan-2023 17:14:32
Chapter Summary Peter Dixon has composed the poem ‘Where Do All the Teachers Go?’ This particular poem is associated with the imagination of a child about their teacher. The poem is written from the child’s point of view regarding the whereabouts of a teacher. The child is curious about the activities of the teacher after school hours. The thought process of a child is different from a grown-up individual hence the curiosity differs accordingly. The child in this poem is wondering where teachers go to around 4 pm every day. The child questions whether the teachers live in houses ... Read More

What If

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 05-Jan-2023 17:06:01
Chapter Summary ‘What If’ is a poem written by the famous poet Shel Silverstein. This poem is called a light as verses in this poem are some questions by the speaker and he presented them in the form of what ifs. He asked the question to himself and through this presents some doubts in his mind. The night came and the speaker was lying on his bed he thinks of the previous night and at that time some what-ifs came into his mind. He can feel that the what-ifs are entering his head through his ears. The speaker assumes that ... Read More


Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 05-Jan-2023 17:31:06
Chapter Summary The poem ‘Vocation’ talks about a boy, and the boy here is presented as a great observer. He observes people in his surroundings when he is going to school or the market. The boy curiously looks at those people as well as their workings and he wishes to get that taste of free just like those people. This poem is presented in the textbook Honeycomb and it is written by the famous poet Rabindranath Tagore. The child meets with the gardeners, hawkers, as well as a watchman when he is going to school. This little boy describes ... Read More


Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 05-Jan-2023 15:33:03
Chapter Summary The poem ‘Beauty’ talks about the various aspects of ‘beauty’ in general. According to the poet E-yeh-shure, beauty can be seen everywhere and in every object; every creature and every human being on this earth is beautiful in its own way. The Beauty can be witnessed through the advent of the warm sunlight that looks like a divine sheen from heaven blessing us with fortitude and energizing every creature throughout the day. The birds crooning from the trees about the tales of their days and golden harvest waving to the tunes of blowing wind are simply enchanting. ... Read More

The Quarrel

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 05-Jan-2023 14:51:00
Chapter Summary The poem ‘The Quarrel’ by Eleanor Farjeon is all about the relationship between the poet and her brother. The brother and sister kept on quarrelling over a minor issue till afternoon and started hating one another. The quarrel included some bitter notes and gradually turned into a big fight that made the environment unpleasant. The poet here is mainly trying to highlight the situation of a fight that she has with her brother and the end of that fight. The fight got bigger as the brother constantly claimed that he is right and his sister is wrong. ... Read More

Who Did Patrick’s Homework

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 04-Jan-2023 16:13:37
Introduction Images Coming soon Carol Moore was born on July 12, 1871, and was an American educator, author, and supporter of children's libraries. She passed away on January 20, 1961. The author Carol Moore has done a remarkable job in presenting the concept of magical realism, which refers to something that is not magic but a belief through this story. A fictional elf inspires and motivates Patrick, a young child, to work hard. He not only succeeds in doing his task but also receives excellent marks. This narrative demonstrates the power of self-help and is really effective. Summary Patrick was ... Read More

What Happened to The Reptiles

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 04-Jan-2023 16:07:07
Introduction Images Coming soon Zai Whitaker is the author of the story "What Happened to the Reptiles." In this world, people often fight and cause trouble in the name of their religion. In the story, Prem ran away from his village due to a terrible incident and reached Pambupatti. He learns from them the reason why Pambupatti is unique and different from any other village. How do the people of Pambupatti live in perfect peace despite their differences? Prem then decides to return to his homeland to spread the message of harmony. This tutorial explains the value of each species ... Read More

The Banyan Tree

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 04-Jan-2023 15:53:03
Introduction Images Coming soon Ruskin Bond is the author of The Banyan Tree. This chapter is modeled after the well-known traditional Indian play about the conflict between the cobra and the mongoose. The story is divided into two parts. In the first section, the narrator gives a description of the banyan tree in his garden. The second section of the chapter is about the amazing sight the boy saw under the Banyan tree. Summary with Explanation Part 1 The author was visiting his grandparents' home and claimed the banyan tree was his. He made this claim because ... Read More

Fair Play

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 04-Jan-2023 15:51:06
Introduction Images Coming soon Munshi Premchand is the author of the tale "Fair Play." It was initially authored and published in Hindi as "Panch Parameshwar" in 1961. This is a tale of two friends, Jumman Shaikh and Algu Chowdary, who comes to realise the value of justice and standing up for what is right in life is very important. Life taught them that justice and morality are superior to everything, even friendship. The story also mentions India's rural panchayat system. Summary with Explanation Stage I Algu Chowdhry and Jumman Shaikh were close friends. Both had a high level of esteem ... Read More

Desert Animals

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 04-Jan-2023 15:49:01
Introduction Images Coming soon This chapter gives us a general overview of deserts. This also sheds light on the unique strategies used by various animal species in order to thrive in harsh environments. It emphasizes that the urge to survive is shared by all living things, while the strategies they use differ across species. Summary with Explanation The chapter opens by explaining that deserts are the driest regions on the planet. There are certain animal species that can live in the desert. To survive in the desert's harsh environment, they use a variety of strategies. Deserts are regions with little ... Read More
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