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Balbharati solutions for English 6th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 2 - The Worth of a Fabric [Latest edition]

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Chapter 2: The Worth of a Fabric

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Exercise [Pages 27 - 28]

Balbharati solutions for English 6th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 2 The Worth of a Fabric Exercise [Pages 27 - 28]

Exercise | Q 1 | Page 27

Form pairs. Present in the class, the conversation between Thiruvalluvar and the young man.

Exercise | Q 2 | Page 27

Describe the following with the help of the story.

Thiruvalluvar

Exercise | Q 2 | Page 27

Describe the following with the help of the story.

The rich young man

Exercise | Q 2 | Page 27

Describe the following with the help of the story.

The fabric is woven by Thiruvalluvar

Exercise | Q 3 | Page 27

Read aloud the speech in which Thiruvalluvar explains how the fabric was made. Present the process in the form of a chart. Draw pictures for the chart and label them.

Exercise | Q 4 | Page 27

Classify the words in (a) and (b) into ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ words.

  1. great, beautiful, arrogant, impatient, quiet, worthless, proud, happy, thoughtless, hasty
  2. shouted at, wasted, answered, offered, smiled, refused, toiled, grew, dyed, rewarded, destroyed.
Exercise | Q 5 | Page 27

Write the antonyms of the following words:

politely × ____________

calmly × ____________

softly × ____________

carefully × ____________

Exercise | Q 6 | Page 27

Find the following adverbs in the story. What verbs do they tell us more about? Write down the pairs of verbs and adverbs.

  • ago
  • greatly
  • Today
  • politely
  • calmly
  • hard
Exercise | Q 7 | Page 27

Use the following phrases in your own words.

  • roam around
  • again and again
  • bring something back
  • there and then
Exercise | Q 8. (a) | Page 27

Discuss in groups and think about it.

List a few occasions on which you had become angry. What do you do when you are angry?

Exercise | Q 8. (b) | Page 27

Discuss in groups and think about it.

Mention three occasions on which you have made someone else angry. What made that person angry? Can you avoid such things in the future?

Exercise | Q 9 | Page 27

Choose any one of the objects we use daily and find out how it is made. Present the information in the form of a chart.

Exercise | Q 10 | Page 27

Visit a library:

Read the biographies of other Indian Saints. Share at least one story from their life with your friends. What message does it contain?

Exercise | Q 11. (1) | Page 27

Form groups and display the quotes and messages from different saints in your classroom.

Find out the synonyms for the word ‘fabric’ from a dictionary.

Exercise | Q 11. (2) | Page 28

How are fabrics used in our daily life? List all the things that are made up of fabrics in your home. (At least 25)

Exercise | Q 11. (3) | Page 28

How many of them are personal articles? How many of them are used for the beautification of your home? How many of them are meant for utility (to fulfill a useful function in the household)?

Exercise | Q 11. (4) | Page 28

List at least ten articles which use fabrics in their making.

Exercise | Q 11. (5) | Page 28

Can you name different types of fabrics? Which is the most expensive fabric you know? Talk to your parents or to a textile shop assistant. Collect samples of as many types as you can and paste them into your scrapbook. Name each type.

Exercise | Q 11. (6) | Page 28

Find out the different processes by which fabrics are made. Find illustrations and write a few lines on each process.

Exercise | Q 11 (7) | Page 28

Name the type of fabric closely associated with Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. Why did Gandhiji want all of us to use this fabric?

Exercise | Q 11. (8) | Page 28

India is famous for its handloom fabrics. Write the story of a handloom kurta in your own words.

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Chapter 2: The Worth of a Fabric

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Balbharati solutions for English 6th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 2 - The Worth of a Fabric

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