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NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Poem English Chapter 3: The Quarrel

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The third poem of honeysuckle is by Eleanor Farjeon and talks about quarrels between siblings. While it is perfectly normal to quarrel as brother and sister, sometimes they may quarrel without being able to say why they are doing it and ask how long do such quarrels last and how do they end. The poem talks about such quarrels that come without any proper reason and how they are resolved, and the brother and sister go back to being nice to each other again. The poem is simple in style and has a simple rhyme scheme as such, which makes it very easy to read for a child and relate it to their own life. It starts with the description of the fight and how the sister thinks she was right and he was wrong and ends sweetly with the brother telling the sister to not take the matter too far and to just forget it and move on.

  • The poem talks about relationships between siblings, and so it can be discussed among students on how they think brother-sister relationships are.
  • Students can be made to do exercises after reading and re-reading of the poem such as writing the first stanza of the poem with the first line of the poem being the opening line and drawing the student's attention to the rhyming words by rearranging the lines and repeating the same steps for the second stanza as well by encouragement and help.

 

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