9th English (TL) UP INTO THE CHERRY TREE

 

9th English (TL)

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9th English (TL) UP INTO THE CHERRY TREE



3.UP INTO THE CHERRY TREE

COMPREHENSION

C1. Answer the following questions in a word, a phrase or a

sentence each.

1. How did the little boy climb the tree?

Ans –
The little boy climbed the tree by holding the trunk with both his hands.




2. Why did he climb it?

Ans –
He climbed the tree to explore and see see foreign lands and explore new places.




3. What did he see in the next-door garden?

Ans –
In the next door garden, he saw flowers.




4. What does the boy wish to see?

Ans –
The boy wishes to see a higher tree from where he can see even farther,
including the grown-up river flowing into the sea among the ships.




5. “How would it be if all the playthings come alive?” Discuss in groups and write about ten sentences.

Ans –
If all the playthings come alive, it would be a magical experience for children.


(This question
raises the imagination of what it would be like if all the toys and playthings
magically came alive. In groups, students can discuss and write about various
scenarios)




Appreciation:

a. Pick out the
rhyming words and add two more words to it.


– Tree, me (rhyming
words)


– See, sea
(additional rhyming words)




b. Which stanza of
the poem do you like the most? Why?


-The first stanza I
liked the most because it describes the beauty of childhood experiences and
imagination.


(The answer will
vary based on individual preferences.Students can express which stanza they
like the most)

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