NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 5

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 5  A Different Kind of School and the poem 5 Where Do All the Teachers Go? is given below. Visit to NCERT Solutions to download files for other subjects.



NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 5

A Different Kind of School

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A Different Kind of School: Question-Answers

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 5 A Different Kind of School is given below to use online. Visit to Class 6 English main page for the other chapters or practice comprehension based on this chapter.

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Where Do All the Teachers Go?: Question-Answers

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Poem 5 Where Do All the Teachers Go? is given below to use online. Visit to Class 6 English main page for the other chapters.

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Poem 5 Where Do All the Teachers Go?

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Passages for Comprehension
I – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
Miss Beam was all that I had expected—middle-aged, full of authority, yet kindly and understanding. Her hair was beginning to turn grey, and she had the kind of plump figure that is likely to be comforting to a homesick child. I asked her some questions about her teaching methods, which I had heard were simple.
Questions:
1. Who was Miss Beam?
2. What did she look like?
3. What was special about Miss Beam’s teaching method? See Answers

II – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
“The blind day is, of course, really the worst, but some of the children tell me that the dumb day is the most difficult. We cannot bandage the children’s mouths, so they really have to exercise their will-power. Come into the garden and see for yourself how the children feel about it.”
Questions:
1. Name the lesson.
2. How did the training of ‘The blind day’ benefit the children?
3. Find a word from the above passage that means opposite to ‘easy’. See Answers


III – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
And so we walked on. Gradually I discovered that I was ten times more thoughtful than I ever thought I could be. I also realised that if I had to describe people and things to someone else, it made them more interesting to me. When I finally had to leave, I told Miss Beam that I was very sorry to go. “Ah!” she replied, “then there is something in my system after all.”
Questions:
1. Name the lesson.
2. Who was Miss Beam?
3. Find a word from the above passage that means same to ‘gloomy’. See Answers

Suggested Answers of Passages
Answers: Passage I

1. Miss Beam was the head of ‘A Different Kind of School’.
2. She was a middle-aged woman, with grey hair and plump body.
3. Miss Beam’s teaching method was very simple.

Answers: Passage II

1. The name of the lesson is ‘A Different Kind of School’.
2. The training was beneficial for the students because it taught them about the pain of misfortune and the need to help the sufferer.
3. Difficult.


Answers: Passage III

1. The name of the lesson is ‘A Different Kind of School’.
2. Miss Beam was the head of ‘A Different Kind of School’.
3. Sorry.

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