Grade 4 Reading Lesson 10 Poetry – The Swing

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 10 Poetry - The Swing Genre/Topic:

What is the best thing that you can do? Run? Play? Read this poem and find out what R. L. Stevenson thinks.

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 17 Classics – Kidnapped

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 17 Classics - Kidnapped Genre/Topic:

Davie sets off to his uncle’s place to the House of Shaws near Cramond after the death of his father. People on the way dissuade him from his going to the house. They tell him that the house is cursed. Indeed, from far, the house looks creepy and spine-chilling. Are the people right? Does Davie […]

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 3 Poetry – Hope is a Thing with Feathers

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 3 Poetry - Hope is a Thing with Feathers Genre/Topic:

You read the story of Pandora and her treasure box, didn’t you? In the story, you came to read how all the problems we see around us today burst out from the box. Until then, people had been innocent and had lived in paradise, but the time had come for them to get to know […]

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 8 Poetry – The Brook

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 8 Poetry - The Brook Genre/Topic:

This is a wonderfully lyrical poem, even for Alfred Lord Tennyson – in places it verges on pure music. In fact, it is hardly necessary to understand it – just let the images and beautifully patterned rhythms flow past, evoking the babbling brook. As we read along, we are told of the brook’s journey and […]

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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 24 Fairy Tales – Jack And The Beanstalk

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 24 Fairy Tales - Jack And The Beanstalk Genre/Topic:

Do you know what giants look like? They are a hundred times bigger than us, and yes, they are scary. What will you do if you come face to face to a giant? In this story, Jack comes face to face with a frightening giant. Let’s find out what he does.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 4 Short Stories – The City Mouse And The Country Mouse

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 4 Short Stories - The City Mouse And The Country Mouse Genre/Topic:

The country is full of peace and silence. A city is full of fun. But does everyone think the same? Can someone living in the country adapt to a city life? We will have to find that out through this story of the country mouse and the city mouse.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 14 Fantasy – The Chronicles Of Narnia – The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 14 Fantasy - The Chronicles Of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe Genre/Topic:

Susan, Peter, Edmund and Lucy are sent away to avoid war. They are at an old professor’s house. He is not hospitable, it seems. The house is old too, and it is looks arcane and mysterious. How do the children enjoy themselves far away from home? Is anything wrong in the house? Read this lesson, […]

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 6 Poetry – Throwing a Tree

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 6 Poetry - Throwing a Tree Genre/Topic:

‘Throwing a Tree’ shows that nature plays victim to man and his ruthless pursuit of progress. Thomas Hardy wants to express his anger towards the harm caused to nature by man’s self-centered activities. Thomas Hardy is against any kind of activity that cause nature to suffer and it shows through the pessimism that he expresses […]

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 15 Essays – The New Seven Wonders of the World

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 15 Essays - The New Seven Wonders of the World Genre/Topic:

Various lists of the Wonders of the World have been compiled from antiquity to the present day, to catalogue the world’s most spectacular natural wonders and manmade structures. Here, you will read about the seven wonders of the present world, which was decided upon in 2007.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 16 Poetry – Once The Wind

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 16 Poetry - Once The Wind Genre/Topic:

This is a very artistic poem, where the sky and the sea are talking to each other. What are they saying? Can you imagine the sky and the sea in conversation? Well, I cannot, and I wonder how the Shake Keane ever thought about it. I want to read this poem immediately.

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