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Have you ever given up on something good? Share your story with your friend.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Your friend fell down learning to ride a bicycle and now has given it up altogether. What do you think will be the poet’s advice? Write it down.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Listen to the stories carefully, as your teacher reads them aloud. Note down the new words, ideas, or concepts. Discuss them in the class.

[0.06] Listening Skill
Chapter: [0.06] Listening Skill
Concept: Listening Skill (6th Standard)

Guess the meaning of the following words and phrases: untold wealth, closest to the Emperor’s heart, grave offense, banish.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Say with reason, whether the following statement is true or false.

Akbar thought he was greater than God.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Say with reason, whether the following statement is true or false.

Akbar wanted to punish the person who pulled his mustache.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Say with reasons, whether the following statements are true or false.

Birbal thought Akbar was greater than God.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Write a sentence each about three of your friends. Each time you should say what your friend cannot do, and yet, pay a compliment to your friend.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Write a short note on Emperor Akbar.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Convert the stories into dialogues and read the dialogues aloud in the class.

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Chapter: [0.08] Writing Skills
Concept: Writing Skills (6th Standard)

Form pairs and make a ‘pair presentation’ of any one of the two stories. To do so, each person presents only one sentence at a time, and the next one is immediately presented by the partner. Thus, each person in the pair presents alternate sentences without breaking the flow of the narration.

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Chapter: [0.08] Writing Skills
Concept: Writing Skills (6th Standard)

Find at least five other Akbar and Birbal stories and share them with your friends. Make a list of the stories collected by the entire class. Put your list in alphabetical order.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Visit a library: Find the stories of 

  • Mulla Nasiruddin 
  • Gopal Bhand and 
  • Tenali Raman. Share them in the class.
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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Read the passage aloud.

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Chapter: [0.06] Listening Skill
Concept: Listening Skill (6th Standard)

You are going to meet a Great Indian Bustard very soon. Prepare at least 10 questions to interview him.

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Chapter: [0.08] Writing Skills
Concept: Writing Skills (6th Standard)

Play the roles of an interviewer and a Great Indian Bustard and present the interview in the classroom.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Write a letter to your friend about the Great Indian Bustard. You may use the following points :

  • Why we need to protect the bird.
  • What you plan to do to help the bird.
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Chapter: [0.08] Writing Skills
Concept: Writing Skills (6th Standard)

Form pairs and decide whether the following statements are those of a Great Indian Bustard or not.

Statements Great Indian Bustard Some Other Bird
(a) I am the heaviest flying bird in India.    
(b) I am known as Maldhok or Hoom in Marathi.    
(c) I live in mountainous regions.    
(d) I don’t like grasshoppers or beetles.    
(e) We don’t believe in building nests.    
(f) Our chick stays with the mother for a period of nearly one year.    
(g) I am the State bird of Maharashtra.    
(h) We have been pushed away from more than 90 percent of our home regions.    
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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

With the help of the internet and other sources, obtain more information about the critically endangered birds and animals in India. Find the names of their sanctuaries.

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Chapter: [0.07] Reading Skill
Concept: Reading Skill (6th Standard)

Prepare a poster on the need for the conservation of the Great Indian Bustard.

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Chapter: [0.08] Writing Skills
Concept: Writing Skills (6th Standard)
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