Literature Grade 3 Fables and folktales

Literature Grade 3  Fables and folktales Genre/Topic:

Morning three night four The ant and the pigeon Fox and Stork The three fish The lion’s wedding Mr. Tortoise and Mr. Rabbit The bald man and the fly Country Mouse and Town Mouse

Literature Grade 8 Feature Macbeth

Literature Grade 8 Feature Macbeth Genre/Topic:

Who did Macbeth and Banquo meet while they were returning from the battle and what did they say? How did Lady Macbeth plan to make his husband king? What happened when Lady Macbeth went to kill the king? What did the witched do to make the spirits of the dead answer the questions of Macbeth?

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Literature Grade 1 Nepal special

Literature Grade 1 Nepal special Genre/Topic:

The living goddess Kumari Central Zoo Children’s Day

Literature Grade 8 Poetry The Tyger

Literature Grade 8 Poetry The Tyger Genre/Topic:

How has the poet described the tiger? “Did He who made the lamb make thee?” In this line, who does “He” refer to? What do you think the poet is trying to stress by repeating the first stanza of the poem in the end?

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Literature Grade 3 Short stories

Literature Grade 3 Short stories Genre/Topic:

Seeing things differently From a small town to the big city The adventures of Tom Sawyer

Literature Grade 8 Nonfiction Stone Age – The Age Of Hunters And Gatherers

Literature Grade 8 Nonfiction Stone Age – The Age Of Hunters And Gatherers Genre/Topic:

Which age is the age of early development of human cultures? Why were the people of Stone Age called hunters and gatherers? What happened in Neolithic Era? Why were the early people nomads?

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Literature Grade 2 Fables and folktales The clever Fox

Literature Grade 2 Fables and folktales The clever Fox Genre/Topic:

Where did Crow find the bread? Who saw Crow flying with bread in his beak? What did Fox decide to use to get the bread from the Crow? Who held the bread even more tightly? When did the bread fall from Crow’s beak? How did Crow feel at the end?

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Literature Grade 7 Short Stories The Open Window

Literature Grade 7 Short Stories The Open Window Genre/Topic:

Why did Mr. Nuttel visit Mrs. Suppleton’s house? What did Vera tell Mr. Nuttel about Mrs. Suppleton’s tragedy? Why did Mr. Nuttel run away when he saw three men enter the room? How did Vera explain Mr. Nuttel’s departure?

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Literature Grade 2 Play

Literature Grade 2 Play Genre/Topic:

Chicken Little

Literature Grade 7 Poetry Don’t Rat On A Mouse

Literature Grade 7 Poetry Don’t Rat On A Mouse Genre/Topic:

What are the names of the different animals, birds, insects, fish, mammals that are mentioned in the poem? Make a list of them. What advice does the poet give the reader?

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