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A FLIGHT OF THE MOON WITH THEIR WINGS

SAMACHEER - ENGLISH- PROSE - A FLIGHT OF THE MOON WITH THEIR WINGS

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A FLIGHT OF THE MOON WITH THEIR WINGS

  1. 1. RMSA – PERAMBALUR(Dt) X – STANDARD ENGLISH PROSE ( UNIT – VI ) Prepared by  T.ANBUSELVAN - G.H.S.ASOOR  M.P.S.AMUTHAN – G.H.S.VELUR  M.THIRUGNANAM – G.H.S. KARUGUDI  K.KRISHNAKUMAR – G.H.S.S. NERGUNAM  G.SEEMA CHARANYA – G.H.S.S. CHETTIKULAM  S.DIANA DAISYRANI – G.H.S.THAMBIRANPATTI  R.RAJAKUMARI - G.G.H.S.S.LABBAIKUDIKADU  V.R.PRABAKARAN - G.H.S. NEIKUPPAI  R.LAKSHMI PRABA - G.H.S.S. KURUMBALUR  N.TAMILSELVAN - G.H.S.S. MELAPULIYUR
  2. 2. A FLIGHT WITH THE MOON ON THEIR WINGS
  3. 3. MIGRATION & IMMIGRATION  MIGRATION  seasonal movement from one region to another.  IMMIGRATION  Entering a country to settle
  4. 4. DEFINITION Periodic mass movement of all or part of a population from one area to another and be back
  5. 5. REASONS FOR MIGRATION  Breeding and brooding  Climatic changes  Predators  Disease  Food
  6. 6. TYPES OF MIGRATION  Seasonal  Latitudinal  Longitudinal  Altitudinal  Nomadic  Irruptive  Dispersal  Leap frog  Reverse  Molt  Drift
  7. 7. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF MIGRATION?  Foraging  Protection  Mating  Raising families  Aerodynamics  Warmth
  8. 8. BREEDING HAUNTS  One of the greatest mysteries of bird life.  Every year, during autumn and early winter  Birds fly to Asia,Europe and America to the southern, warmer lands.  They are very punctual too, unless they are delayed by the weather. LOCAL MOVEMENTS  Caused by the stresses of living and the variations in food supply.  At a particularly noticeable in north india.
  9. 9. LITTLE VOYAGERS TRAVELLING SPEED  Migrating birds do not fly at their fastest.  Usually from 48 to 64 km shore birds - 64 to 80 km ducks -80 to 96 km/ hour.  Generally birds fly a distance under 900 meters, but sometimes at greater heights. Willow warbler Woodcock Rosy pastorWild duck
  10. 10. DANGERS FACED BY LITTLE VOYAGERS  sudden storms  bright lights attract and confuse the birds.  Predators  Competition • Exposure to exhaustion • Exposure to harsh, dangerous weather conditions.
  11. 11. FLYING PATTERN Some birds fly by day, some both by day and by night. Birds usually travel in flocks. ‘V‘ shaped formation
  12. 12. RINGING  The band bears a number, date, identification mark.  The finder is requested to return the ring if young and adult birds are Captured or found dead. Uses of ringing  The direction and locality to which the bird has migrated.
  13. 13. BIRD WATCHING  The migration of birds is a fascinating study indeed.  There are many ornithologists one among them is Dr.Salim Ali ,The Bird man of India.  Lets turn to nature and make bird watching a hobby.
  14. 14. GRAMMAR SENTENCE PATTERN •A Sentence is a group of words which makes a complete sense . •Subject: the subject is usually a noun/pronoun. •Verb :The verb indicates the action performed by the subject. •Object: on which the action happens is known as the object. •There are two types of object •The direct object •The indirect object •Ex: my teacher gave me some books •‘my teacher’ does the action , so the subject. •She performs the action of ,giving, so the word ‘gave’ is the verb. •The question ‘what’ to the verb is the direct object. •The question ‘whom’ to the verb is the indirect object. •The pattern of this sentence would be subject/verb/indirect object/direct object. It is written as SV IO DO.
  15. 15. COMPLEMENT The words required to complete the meaning of a sentence is called complement. subject complement: more about the subject is called subject complement. Object complement: more about the object is known as a object complement. ex: My father is a teacher. my father is a subject,is – verb, a teacher – more about the subject ‘my father’ is known as a subject complement. we named the newborn baby Anirudh. We – subject, named – verb,the newborn baby – object (answer the question ‘whom’). Anirudh – more about the object, which is the ‘ newborn baby’is the object complement
  16. 16. ADJUNCT When we put the questions ‘where’, ‘when’, ‘why’, and ‘how’ to the verb in a sentence, we get as the answer is the adjunct. The boy returned the book yesterday. (when ) Rahim wrote a letter sitting in the park. (where) Mary returned home (where) due to illhealth.(why) Sanjana travels to school (where) by bus. (how)
  17. 17. EXAMPLES  SV- Birds fly  SVO-Sachin hits the ball  SVIODO- My father gave me a pen  SVC- Mala is a teacher  SVOC-They elected him the leader  SVA- Birds fly in the sky  SVOA- He wrote a letter yesterday  ASVOA-Yesterday he wrote a letter
  18. 18. VOCABULARY SYNONYMS 1) Stresses – hard ships 2) Captured – arrested 3) Well defined – clearly marked 4) Voyagers – travelers 5) Seldom – rarely 6) Excited – agitated 7) fascinating – very interesting 8) Twittering – chirping
  19. 19. ANTONYMS 1) Regular x irregular 2) Artificial x natural 3) Captured x released 4) Common x uncommon 5) Excited x calm 6) Restricted x freedom 7) Fastest x slowest 8) Bitter x sweeter
  20. 20. COMPOUND WORDS  A Compound word is a combination of two or more words that function as a single meaning. Ex:  Match the compound words Air - bed Airport hand - light Hand written over - write Over load child - mark Child hood safe - written Safeguard moon - hood Moonlight river - port Riverbed type - guard Typewrite land - boy Landmark school - load Schoolboy

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