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  • DISCUSSION ON LITERATUREREADER , M.C.B.AND ACTIVITIES CLASS X
  • STORY TIME
  • LIFE SKILLS * DECISION MAKING * PROBLEM SOLVING * CREATIVE THINKING * CRITICAL THINKING * EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION * INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP SKILLS * SELF AWARERNESS * EMPATHY * COPING WITH EMOTIONS * COPING WITH STRESS
  • POETRY
  • THE FROG AND THE NIGHTINGALE It lays bare the manipulation and hypocrisy of the unscruplous people who apply all means to survive and thrive in the competitive world.
  • MESSAGE In order to live in this world, one must have worldly wisdom. One must know one’s limitations and capabilities to be able to decide the course of one’s life.
  • LITERARY DEVICES * ALLITERATION * PUN * IRONY
  • MIRROR - SYLVIA PLATH It is a monologue. That reveals who the mirror is, what it does and how it reflects the life of the people who view themselves in it.
  • MESSAGE It conveys the message that rather than living in the world of illusions, we need to change our attitude and learn to face and accept reality without indulging in self pity.
  • LITERARY DEVICES *METAPHOR * SIMILE * ALLITERATION * PERSONIFICATION
  • NOT MARBLE NOR THE GILDEDMONUMENTS -WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE It brings out the futility of statues and ornate monuments raised by the rich and the powerful to immortalize themselves.
  • MESSAGE It conveys the message that great and noble souls leave an indelible impression on the fellow beings and they are remembered by posterity for a long time to come.
  • LITERARY DEVICES * Personification * Repetition * Transferred Epithet * Imagery * Allusion
  • OZYMANDIAS -P.B.SHELLEY It brings out the truth of the statues and sculptures that the rich and the mighty get carved out to immortalize themselves. The all Consuming power of time wipes their name from the face of earth and their statues are torn down from the high pedestals.
  • MESSAGE One should live a modest and unpretentious life and withdraw from the world with a sense of resignation.
  • LITERARY DEVICES * ALLITERATION * SYNECDOCHE
  • THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER - S.T. COLERIDGE Written by S.T. Colleridge, is one of the greatest poems of English Literature. It is written in the form and style of a folk ballad. It has the theme of Christian concept of sin, its punishment and redemption.
  • MESSAGE Those who harm and torture others can never experience peace of mind. Guilt keeps on pricking the mind. The sinner as well as those who support sin are punished sooner or later in life.
  • LITERARY DEVICES * SIMILE * METAPHOR * ALLITERATION * PERSONIFICATION * REPETITION * RHYME SCHEME
  • SNAKE - D.H. LAWRENCE Written by D. H. Lawrence, is a nature poem with a difference. It describes the beauty of a snake and relates an interesting incident .
  • MESSAGE It is written on the theme of the need of Man’s mutual and peaceful coexistence with the other creatures in the world. Parallel to this theme runs the theme of guilt and sin that Man commits.
  • LITERARY DEVICES * ALLITERATION * REPETITION * TRANSFERRED EPITHET * SIMILE * ALLUSION
  • GROUPPRESENTATION