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Balbharati solutions for English Kumarbharati 9th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 - The Road Not Taken [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: The Road Not Taken

Warming Up!English Workshop
Warming Up! [Page 68]

Balbharati solutions for English Kumarbharati 9th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 The Road Not Taken Warming Up! [Page 68]

Warming Up! | Q 1 | Page 68

After your SSC Exams/Result, you may have to take a decision regarding the choice of a career. What factors will you consider?

Choose from the block below and complete the web-diagram.

  1. Is the option easy/difficult?
  2. Your capability
  3. Your likes/dislikes
  4. Friends’ decision
  5. Parents’ profession
  6. Your skills/inborn talents
  7. Study the ‘Job Profile’ carefully
  8. Easy money
  9. Possible difficulties
  10. Your ultimate aim

Warming Up! | Q 2 | Page 68

Form pairs or groups of four. Think of the situations when you have to choose between two things. Make a list of those situations. Some of them may be minor or trivial things - for example, what to wear when going out. Some choices may be related to important things, for example, having to decide between games and studies, whether to confront a close friend about something that he/she did, owning up to your mistakes, etc.

  1. Discuss how to decide what to choose.
  2. Write about what you feel when your decision proves right.
  3. Write about what you feel when you regret the decision.
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English Workshop [Pages 70 - 71]

Balbharati solutions for English Kumarbharati 9th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 The Road Not Taken English Workshop [Pages 70 - 71]

English Workshop | Q 1 | Page 70

Read the poem again. Does it have a uniform rhyme scheme throughout?

Write down the rhyme scheme of every stanza separately.

  • 1st stanza ______
  • 2nd stanza ______
  • 3rd stanza ______
  • 4th stanza ______.
English Workshop | Q 2. (a) | Page 70

Write the symbol that is used in the poem to represent the following idea.

Choice of two options.

English Workshop | Q 2. (b) | Page 70

Write the symbol that is used in the poem to represent the following idea.

I made a rare choice.

English Workshop | Q 2. (c) | Page 70

Write the symbol that is used in the poem to represent the following idea.

Equally good options.

English Workshop | Q 2. (d) | Page 70

Write the symbol that is used in the poem to represent the following idea.

It was tempting and needed to be tried.

English Workshop | Q 2. (e) | Page 70

Write the symbol that is used in the poem to represent the following idea.

Some other time.

English Workshop | Q 3 | Page 70

Rearrange the following facts in the proper order and fill in the flow chart.

  1. He chooses the one barely travelled.
  2. Choosing the lesser-used road has made a great difference.
  3. He observed one, as far as he could.
  4. The traveller came to a fork in the road.
  5. He planned to travel along with the previous one some other time.
English Workshop | Q 4. (a) | Page 71

Think and write in your own words.

In which season does a greenwood turn to a yellow wood? Which stage in our life can be compared to that season?

English Workshop | Q 4. (b) | Page 71

Think and write in your own words.

Why did the traveller choose the road less travelled? What attribute of the traveller does it bring out?

English Workshop | Q 4. (c) | Page 71

Think and write in your own words.

Why does the traveller doubt that he shall ever come back?

English Workshop | Q 4. (d) | Page 71

Think and write in your own words.

If you were in the traveller’s place, which road would you choose? Justify your choice.

English Workshop | Q 5 | Page 71

From any collection of classic poetry or the internet, find another famous poem by Robert Frost titled ‘Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening’. Try to understand the symbolism used in that poem in 8-10 lines.

English Workshop | Q 6 | Page 71

Write a letter to your friend or cousin telling him/ her about a difficult choice you have recently made, for example, pursuing one sport or hobby rather than the other or choosing between your studies and hobbies.

Tell your friend/ cousin how his/ her example helped you to make a decision.

______

______

______

         ______________________________________________

______________________________________________

         ______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______

______

English Workshop | Q 7 | Page 71

Collect quotations on the topic ‘choice’. Example :

‘Decisions are the hardest thing to make, especially when it is a choice between where you should be and where you want to be.’

Present the quotations in a beautiful hand on card paper.

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Chapter 3: The Road Not Taken

Warming Up!English Workshop
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