Tamilnadu State Board New Syllabus Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Guide Pdf Play Chapter 1 The Jungle Book Text Book Back Questions and Answers, Summary, Notes.
Tamilnadu Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Play Chapter 1 The Jungle Book
6th English The Jungle Book Text Book Back Questions and Answers
Look at the pictures given below and talk about their habitat (living place, food, family, etc.
A. It is a small family. They have one boy and one daughter. They are sitting at the table. They are found counting the coins.
B. We find a mother tiger and her cub. The cub are lying very close to its mother in her warmth. The mother is seriously looking somewhere.
We find a Gorilla with her cub. The mother is caring her cub very much.
Listen to your teacher read a description of the character from the story. Identify the character based on your understanding and write the name in the space provided. Number the characters in sequence as they appear in the story.
Mother wolf – Mother wolf is the protector of the man-cub and raises him as her own – ready to die in an order to protect him. She is strong and brave.
Shaerekan Jungri – He is violent and intensive predator, disrespectful to the jungle laws. He is the main villian of the story.
Man-cub – Man cub is taken by the tiger. Fortunately, he escapes and runs into a cave, and joins a wolf family. Mother wolf looks after him as her own baby. She named him as Mowgli.
Father-wolf – He looked on amazed. He knew that mother-wolf save man-cub anyhow.
Tabaqui – He is the only friend of Sherekhan. He acts a spy and messenger to Sherekhan. He always feeds on the crumbs left by the wolf or the tiger.
Speaking (Text Book Page No. 124)
Imagine you are Mowgli. Which animal would you befriend? What kind of adventure would you like in the forest? Make use of the hints below to talk about it.
- Hi, I’m Mowgli. The only human being living in the jungle.
- I have been raised by a pack of wolves, in an Indian forest.
- I go and hunt with my friends for food.
- My close buddy is a girl.
- His/Her name is Bagheera.
- He/She guides and accompanies me in adventurous trips.
- We enjoy loitering in the jungle by right.
- The jungle where we live is a place for wild animals.
- On the whole, I am a lover of the Jungle.
Read scene I of the play carefully and answer the questions below.
1. List the characters that appear in the scene. What human characteristics do they exhibit?
The characters that appear in the scene are Tabaqui, (the Jackal), Mother Wolf, and Father Wolf. The human characteristics exhibited by these characters are :
- Father Wolf – responsible
- Mother Wolf – protective of her cubs
- Tabaqui – spiteful and cunning
2. The scene is set inside a thick forest and it is nearing dusk. Relate this time frame with the behaviour of the animals in the forest.
Animals sleep during day time usually. They get up in the dark evening. By that time they are naturally hungry. So they set out for hunting other animals. They must kill other animals to live in.
3. Did Tabaqui receive a warm welcome from the pack of wolves? How do you know?
No. Tabaqui did not receive a warm welcome from the pack of wolves, as they were uncomfortable.
4. Tabaqui acts as ………………….. to the pack of wolves.
a) a guard
b) a friend
c) a messenger
d) an enemy
c) a messenger
5. Whom does Mother Wolf talk about? How does she describe him?
Mother Wolf talked about Shere Khan. She said that Shere Khan’s mother called him Lungri (the Lame One), as he had been lame in one foot from his birth. That is why he had only killed cattle. As the villagers of Waingunga were angry with him, he had come to Seeonee Hills to make their villagers angry.
6. Who is about to go on a hunt? Do the wolves panic on his arrival? Explain.
Shere Khan is about to go on a hunt. The wolves did not panic on his arrival, and they were brave enough to confront him and set him on fire.
7. Match the following.
I. Read the situation given. Write the response of the subject in a sentence. Tick the correct box to identify the kind of sentences.
II. Look at the pictures given below. Arrange the jumbled words into a sentence. Write the sequence of the sentences according to the pictures in the blanks given. Pick the adjectives from the sentences and write them below the picture.
- Her parents order a yummy, round, and big cake.
- Madhu invites her close friends for her birthday which falls on Sunday.
- Madhu’s friends present her with a wonderful doll.
- She and her parents welcome their guests with a broad smile.
- Madhu and her parents enjoyed the day and felt happy.
- Her parents decorate the house with colourful balloons and attractive cartoon.
- Madhu wears a long pink frock on her birthday.
III. Frame as many sentences as possible from the substitution table given below.
Example: I enjoy playing badminton and carrom daily.
- I hate playing cricket generally.
- We often enjoy watching chess.
- You like playing hockey occasionally.
- They prefer playing Kabaddi usually.
- Samritha often enjoys watching tennis.
- Kavish likes playing carrom daily.
- Samritha hates watching volleyball generally.
- I like coaching cricket daily.
- We love watching Kho-kho sometimes.
- Samritha prefers watching football generally.
- Kavish enjoys playing tennis usually.
- Kavish likes coaching volleyball usually.
- I dislike watching fencing generally.
- We wish watching basketball sometimes.
- They dislike playing cricket usually.
- Samritha enjoys hockey often.
- We prefers playing squeash rarely.
- They wish playing table tennis every day.
- You like playing badminton usually.
- Kavish likes watching hockey sometimes.
IV. Read the sentences, insert appropriate articles in the blanks and circle the noun phrases.
V. Complete the dialogue by using suitable adjectives in the blanks.
Sinduja: Hi! Venkat. Hope you received the message about our school’s sports day. Hmmm…!
Venkat: Yes… I was the last one to enroll my name in the events.
Sinduja: So, tell me how many events have you enrolled?
Venkat: I have enrolled myself only in some events.
Sinduja: What are they?
Venkat: As I am tall, I have given my name for long jump and running events.
Sinduja: That’s good to hear.
Venkat : What about you, Sinduja?
Sinduja: I have decided to participate in all the events.
Venkat: Hey!! That’s good. Expecting the best from you.
Sinduja: Thank you so much, Venkat. Wish you the same. Let’s rock.
Project (Text Book Page No. 128)
Read the story given below and follow the instructions to convert it into a play.
For the story see (Text Book page No. 128)
Title: Goldilocks and the three bears.
- A little girl named Goldilocks
- Papa bear
- Mama bear
- Baby bear
SCENE – I
Narrator: A little girl named Goldilocks went for a walk in the forest. On her way, she came upon a house. She knocked at the door, but no one answered. So she walked right in. She found three bowls of porridge in the kitchen.
Goldilocks: I’m very hungry. Let me taste this porridge from the first bowl.
Narrator: She tasted the porridge from the first bowl.
Goldilocks: ‘Ouch! This porridge is too hot!’
Narrator: She tasted the porridge from the second bowl.
Goldilocks: This porridge is too cold.
Narrator: She tasted the last bowl of porridge.
Goldilocks: Ahhh, this porridge is just right.
Narrator: She ate it all up happily. She was feeling a little tired. So she walked into the living room where she saw three chairs. She sat in the first chair to rest her feet.
Goldilocks: This chair is too big.
Narrator: She sat in the second chair.
Goldilocks: This chair is too big too!
Narrator: She whined and tried the last smallest chair.
Goldilocks: Ahhh, this chair is just right.
Narrator: But just as she settled down into the chair to rest, it broke into pieces.
SCENE – II
Narrator: Goldilocks was very tired by this time. So she went upstairs to the bedroom. She tried all the beds and as the two beds were hard, she chooses the smaller bed, which was soft. She laid down on it and at last, she fell asleep. As she was sleeping, the three bears, who lived in that house, came home.
Papa Bear: Someone’s been eating my porridge.
Mama bear: Yes, someone had tasted my porridge.
Baby bear: Someone had eaten all my porridge.
Papa Bear: Someone’s been sitting in my chair.
Mama bear: Someone’s been sitting in my chair too.
Babay bear: Someone’s been sitting in my chair and they’ve broken it all to pieces.
Narrator: They decided to look around some more and when they got upstairs to the bedroom, Papa bear growled.
Papa bear: Someone has been sleeping in my bed.
Mama bear: Someone has been sleeping in my bed too.
Babay bear: Someone is still sleeping on my bed.
Narrator: Just then Goldilocks woke up and saw the three bears. She screamed.
Goldilocks: Help! Help!
She jumped up and ran out of the room. She ran down the stairs, opened the door, and ran away into the forest. And she never returned to the home of the three bears.
The Jungle Book Summary in English
Father wolf gets ready to hunt and the mother wolf takes protective measures by dropping the cubs into the mouth of the cave. Jackal means everyone about Shere Khan (tiger) who is going to hunt. Father wolf gets angry on hearing about Sherekhan and his hunt among the hills. They see that the man-cub had gone into the mouth of the cave. Sherekhan asked the man-cub but Father wolf sternly says that the man-cub belonged to us. Mother wolf came to forward-facing Sherekhan bravely. So, Sherekhan backs out growling. Little frog Mowgli, said that the man-cub will hunt Sherekhan one day.
The Jungle Book Summary in Tamil
தந்தை ஓநாய் வேட்டையாடத் தயாராகிறது மற்றும் தாய் ஓநாய் குட்டிகளை குகையின் வாசலில் இறக்கி பாதுகாப்பு நடவடிக்கைகளை எடுக்கிறது. ஜாக்கல் என்றால் வேட்டையாடப்போகும் ஷோர்கான் 4வி என்று பொருள் தர ஓநாய் ஷேர்கான் மற்றும் மலைகள் மத்தியில் அவரது வேட்டைப் பற்றி கேள்விப்பட்டதும் கோவப்படுகிறார். மனித குட்டி குகையின் வாய்க்குள் சென்றதை அவர்கள் காண்கிறார்கள். ஷேர்கான் அந்த மனிதக் குழந்தையைக் கேட்டார். ஆனால், தந்தை ஓநாய் மனிதக்குழந்தை எங்களுக்கு சொந்தமானது என்று உறுதியாகக் கூறுகிறார். தாய் ஓநாய் ஷேர்கானை தைரியமாக எதிர்கொள்ள முன் வந்தது. எனவே ஷேர்கான் கூச்சலிட்டுக்கொண்டு ஆதரிக்கிறார். சிறிய தவளை மனித குழந்தை ஒரு நாள் ஷேர்கானை வேட்டையாடும் என்று கூறினார்.