NCERT Solutions for class 6 English Honeysuckle & A pact with the Sun in PDF format to free download. Solutions of questions given at the end of the chapter in ‘A pact with the Sun’ and in Honeysuckle the answers of all the sections and grammar given at the end of each chapter. Students of class 6 become familiar through continuous interaction, discussion, sharing and exposure to the language in meaning-focused situations. Students are advised that read the complete NCERT chapter and try to do the question themselves to understand the spontaneous and natural use of language. These answers give them a handful help to get the idea about questions and way of answering.
NCERT Solutions for class 6 English
Solutions for class 6 English – Honeysuckle
Answers of all question given in the NCERT Textbook with heading working with the text, working with language, crossword puzzle, Speaking and writing skill and the answers of the poem at the end of the chapters. Exercises accompanying the poem are more for understanding the poem as a whole than for teaching language items.
Chapter 1: Who Did Patrick’s Homework? & A House, A Home
Chapter 2: How the Dog Found Himself a New Master! & The Kite
Chapter 3: Taro’s Reward & The Quarrel
Chapter 4: An Indian – American Woman in Space: Kalpana Chawla & Beauty
Chapter 5: A Different Kind of School & Where Do All the Teachers Go?
Chapter 6: Who I Am & The Wonderful Words
Chapter 7: Fair Play
Chapter 8: A Game of Chance & Vocation
Chapter 9: Desert Animals & Whatif
Chapter 10: The Banyan Tree
NCERT Solutions for class 6 English – Supplementary Reader
A pact with the Sun
- Chapter 1: A Tale of Two Birds
- Chapter 2: The Friendly Mongoose
- Chapter 3: The Shepherd’s Treasure
- Chapter 4: The Old-Clock Shop
- Chapter 5: Tansen
- Chapter 6: The Monkey and the Crocodile
- Chapter 7: The Wonder Called Sleep
- Chapter 8: A Pact with the Sun
- Chapter 9: What Happened to the Reptiles
- Chapter 10: A Strange Wrestling Match
Learn English in proper way. Why?
Learning a language means using it for a wide variety of purposes. Language comes alive when presented in meaning-making contexts using words and phrases. Language is best acquired when attention is focused on meaning, not on form. Teachers should build the exercises on the basis of given in the textbook and design more activities in keeping with learners’ interests, needs and surroundings. To enhance the reading ability, promote the reading habits through story reading, story retelling, choral reading, shared reading with the classmates, etc. Encourage the child to read the poem on her/his own to feel the richness of language, rhythm and music of words.