Grade 5 Reading Lesson 9 Mystery – Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure Of The Crooked Man

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 9 Mystery - Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure Of The Crooked Man Genre/Topic:

Colonel Barclay is found dead one evening. Only his wife was present with the colonel with him when he died. I think that the wife is the murderer, but does Sherlock Holmes think the same? Let’s find out by reading this mystery, The Adventure of the Crooked Man, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 17 Poetry – The Tyger

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 17 Poetry - The Tyger Genre/Topic:

The poet William Blake believes in the conventional idea that nature, like a work of art, must in some way contain a reflection of its creator. The tiger is strikingly beautiful yet also horrific in its capacity for violence. That is what William Blake ponders upon, and you will read about what  he thinks of […]

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 19 Myths And Legends – Pandora And The Box Of Troubles

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 19 Myths And Legends - Pandora And The Box Of Troubles Genre/Topic:

Long ago, the earth was a happy place. There were no troubles at all. There was no jealousy, envy or sickness. How did they come then? Myths say that it came from Pandora’s box. Let’s read to find out about Pandora’s box of troubles.

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 24 Short Stories – The Little Match Girl

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 24 Short Stories - The Little Match Girl Genre/Topic:

In Denmark, it is believed that people see shooting stars when someone is dying to go to heaven. Do you know any beliefs that people in your country believe in? In this sad story by Hans Christian Anderson, you will read about a girl who sells match sticks, and who is still selling it in […]

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 9 Myths – The Creation Of The Earth

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 9 Myths - The Creation Of The Earth Genre/Topic:

By now, you have learnt plenty of myths and folklores that explain how the Earth was created, and how we came into existence. Now, here’s one more about the creation of man. This one is a Greek mythology.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 19 Poetry – All The World’s A Stage

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 19 Poetry - All The World’s A Stage Genre/Topic:

Life is like a play – we merely go through the stages of our life acting it out. As times change, we change. So do our responsibilities and priorities. This is what William Shakespeare wants to relate through this poem, All The World’s a Stage. Read it and see if you agree with William Shakespeare […]

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 2 Fables And Folktales – Robin Hood Meets Little John

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 2 Fables And Folktales - Robin Hood Meets Little John Genre/Topic:

Robin Hood was a heroic outlaw in English folklore. A highly skilled archer and swordsman, he is known for “robbing from the rich and giving to the poor”, assisted by a group of fellow outlaws known as his “Merry Men”. In this story, we will read how Robin Hood meets Little John and what happens […]

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 5 Poetry – The Echoing Green

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 5 Poetry - The Echoing Green Genre/Topic:

I love metal songs. Their thick, massive sound drives and emphatic beats are so enjoyable. My grandfather always disapproves of the type of music I listen to. He thinks that songs ought to be subtle and gentle and calls my metal songs ‘noise’. The same contrast is shown by this poem The Echoing Green by […]

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 13 Poetry – The Quarrel

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 13 Poetry - The Quarrel Genre/Topic:

Eleanor Farjeon fights with her brother one day. She knows it is not good to quarrel, but she can’t help it. What happens after the quarrel? Do they make up? Do they talk to each other? Recite this poem and find out.

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 1 Humor – The Seventeen Oranges

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 1 Humor - The Seventeen Oranges Genre/Topic:

What would you do if were caught when you were stealing something? Our narrator here is caught when he is trying to escape with seventeen stolen oranges. Will he lose his job? Will he be sent to prison? Let’s read the story to find out.

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