CBSE Class 6 English Where Do All The Teacher Go Notes

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Where Do All The Teacher Go Class 6 English Revision Notes

Class 6 English students should refer to the following concepts and notes for Where Do All The Teacher Go in standard 6. These exam notes for Grade 6 English will be very useful for upcoming class tests and examinations and help you to score good marks

Where Do All The Teacher Go Notes Class 6 English

CBSE Class 6 English-Where do all the teacher go. Learning the important concepts is very important for every student to get better marks in examinations. The concepts should be clear which will help in faster learning. The attached concepts will help the student to understand the chapter and score better marks in the examinations. 

Poem5(Where do all the teacher go)(Peter Dixon)

As children thinks that their teachers a special beings. They are eager to know about the routine of their teachers .So, this may be attempted as a project where students will interview their teachers and ask them what they do at home and elsewhere after school.also tell them about your school and English class when you were at school and encourage them to put it in a poem and display the best written poems in the literary corner.

Answer following questions in short.

Q1) Why does the poet want to know where the teachers go after the school closes?

Ans A teacher is special for a child. So he wants to know where he goes after the school closes.

Q2) What are the things normal people do that the poet talks about?

Ans Normal people on reaching home take off trousers and get into pyjamas. They see T.V and pick their noses.

Q3) Why does the poet wonder if teachers also do things that other people do?

Ans Children consider teacher special. So the poet wonders if teachers also do things as other people do.

Q4) How does the poet plan to find out? What will he do once he find out?

Ans The poet plans to follow a teacher after school hours. He will secretly find out his activities.

Q5) Give a central idea or sum and substance of the poem.’ Where Do All the Teachers Go?”

Ans A student considers his teacher special. But there is no interaction between them. So the teacher becomes a mystery. The child wonders if his teacher also do things as other people do. He wants to know about him. He follows a teacher to his home and notes his activities. Then he will write a poem about it.

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