Specific Aims
It enables the students to know and
understand the culture, lifestyle
and the belief of the people living
in...
Que.: Which are the two poles of
the Earth?

Ans.: They are north and south
poles.

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Ques.:- Which countries lie
around the north pole?
Ans.: They are Finland, Denmark
and Netherland etc. These
countries are...
Customs

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Now we will read the poem “A
Legend of the Northland” and
will try to understand their
culture, Customs and Life style.

P...
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Ques.:- What is the traditional
story of Northland?

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Ques.:- Which Countries does
the poem refer to in the
Legend?

Ans.: The poem refers to the
Legend of Northland
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Ques.:- Why are the days short
and nights too long in
Northland?
Ans.: The days are very short and nights
are too long in ...
Ques.:- Why are the People
unable to sleep through the
night?
Ans.: The people are unable to sleep
through (Whole) the nig...
Ques.:- What do these people
harness to drive the sledge
when it snows?
Ans.: These people harness the swift
reindeer to d...
Sledge

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Ques.:- How do the children
look like and why?

Ans.: The children look like bear’s cubs
because they wear funny and furry...
Funny Dresses Worn By The
Children

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Word-Meanings
Harness – To strap and fasten
Sledges – A cart used on ice.
Cub
- Young one of the bear or lion.
Funny – Amu...
Ques.:- Is the story given in the
poem TRUE?

Ans.: No, the story is not true but it gives
a moral lesson that we learn fr...
Ques.:- Who was Saint Peter
and where did he live?

Ans.: Saint Peter was lord Jesus‘ apostles
and he lived on the earth.
...
Saint Peter

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Ques.:- Why and where did
Saint Peter walk about?

Ans.: Saint Peter walked about the Earth
while preaching the people.
Pe...
Ques.:- Where did Saint Peter
come finally walking about and
what did he find there?
Ans.: Finally Saint Peter came to the...
Ques.:- What did Saint Peter ask
from the old lady and why?

Ans.: Saint Peter asked a single cake
form the lady because h...
Ques.:- What did the lady do
then and why didn’t she give a
single cake to Saint Peter?
Ans.: The old lady prepared a smal...
Ques.:-What did She do next?

Ans.: She kneaded another small cake and
baked on the hearth but she found it was as
large a...
Ques.:- Why did not the lady
give the cake to Saint Peter?

Ans.: The lady didn’t give a cake to Saint
Peter because each ...
Cakes

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Ques.:- What was the reaction
of Saint Peter?

Ans.: He grew anger because he was
hungry and felt faint and he cursed the
...
Ques.:- What did Saint Peter
curse the lady?
Ans.: He cursed the lady to change into a
woodpecker and have her scanty food...
Ques.:- How was the lady
turned to a woodpecker ?
Ans.: The lady was made pass through a
chimney and she came out through ...
Question:1.What is a Legend ? Why is this poem
known as A LEGEND ?
2. Translate the poem “A LEGEND OF THE
NORTHLAND” in a ...
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  • 9 a legend of the northland

    1. 1. Specific Aims It enables the students to know and understand the culture, lifestyle and the belief of the people living in the region. Peerless
    2. 2. Que.: Which are the two poles of the Earth? Ans.: They are north and south poles. Peerless
    3. 3. Ques.:- Which countries lie around the north pole? Ans.: They are Finland, Denmark and Netherland etc. These countries are known as Northland. Peerless
    4. 4. Customs Peerless
    5. 5. Now we will read the poem “A Legend of the Northland” and will try to understand their culture, Customs and Life style. Peerless
    6. 6. Peerless
    7. 7. Ques.:- What is the traditional story of Northland? Peerless
    8. 8. Ques.:- Which Countries does the poem refer to in the Legend? Ans.: The poem refers to the Legend of Northland Peerless
    9. 9. Ques.:- Why are the days short and nights too long in Northland? Ans.: The days are very short and nights are too long in Northland because there is extreme cold climate here. Peerless
    10. 10. Ques.:- Why are the People unable to sleep through the night? Ans.: The people are unable to sleep through (Whole) the night because the night is very-very long. Peerless
    11. 11. Ques.:- What do these people harness to drive the sledge when it snows? Ans.: These people harness the swift reindeer to drive the sledges when it snows. Peerless
    12. 12. Sledge Peerless
    13. 13. Ques.:- How do the children look like and why? Ans.: The children look like bear’s cubs because they wear funny and furry clothes. Peerless
    14. 14. Funny Dresses Worn By The Children Peerless
    15. 15. Word-Meanings Harness – To strap and fasten Sledges – A cart used on ice. Cub - Young one of the bear or lion. Funny – Amusing Furry – Covered with fur Peerless
    16. 16. Ques.:- Is the story given in the poem TRUE? Ans.: No, the story is not true but it gives a moral lesson that we learn from the poem. Peerless
    17. 17. Ques.:- Who was Saint Peter and where did he live? Ans.: Saint Peter was lord Jesus‘ apostles and he lived on the earth. Peerless
    18. 18. Saint Peter Peerless
    19. 19. Ques.:- Why and where did Saint Peter walk about? Ans.: Saint Peter walked about the Earth while preaching the people. Peerless
    20. 20. Ques.:- Where did Saint Peter come finally walking about and what did he find there? Ans.: Finally Saint Peter came to the door of a cottage where an old lady was making cakes and baking them on the hearth. Hearth - Oven Peerless
    21. 21. Ques.:- What did Saint Peter ask from the old lady and why? Ans.: Saint Peter asked a single cake form the lady because he remained fast whole day and was very hungry. Peerless
    22. 22. Ques.:- What did the lady do then and why didn’t she give a single cake to Saint Peter? Ans.: The old lady prepared a small cake but she could not give it to Saint Peter because it seemed her too big to give away. Peerless
    23. 23. Ques.:-What did She do next? Ans.: She kneaded another small cake and baked on the hearth but she found it was as large as the earlier one. Then she took a tine scrap of dough and rolled it flat and baked but she could not part with that. Peerless
    24. 24. Ques.:- Why did not the lady give the cake to Saint Peter? Ans.: The lady didn’t give a cake to Saint Peter because each cake seemed her too big when she wanted to give it. Peerless
    25. 25. Cakes Peerless
    26. 26. Ques.:- What was the reaction of Saint Peter? Ans.: He grew anger because he was hungry and felt faint and he cursed the lady. Peerless
    27. 27. Ques.:- What did Saint Peter curse the lady? Ans.: He cursed the lady to change into a woodpecker and have her scanty food and shelter by boring and boring the hard dry wood whole day. Scanty – Little, Small Peerless
    28. 28. Ques.:- How was the lady turned to a woodpecker ? Ans.: The lady was made pass through a chimney and she came out through the top. She changed to a bird having a cap on her head of scarlet colour but her clothes were burned and she became black like coal. Peerless
    29. 29. Question:1.What is a Legend ? Why is this poem known as A LEGEND ? 2. Translate the poem “A LEGEND OF THE NORTHLAND” in a passage. Peerless

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