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Since the school is closed till 30th April, as directed by the school, I will be posting homework here soon.
Please visit this blog and pass it to your classmate. Stay home and take all the precautions like washing hands regularly, social distancing etc.
May this virus disappear soon and bring normalcy back!
Tenzin Dhargyal and Tsering Dolkar
English Holiday Assignment for all class IX Upper TCV School, Dharamsala
Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic, so many unprecedented things come up which have to be abide by all as a preventive measure taken by the government to make sure everyone is safe, and one of which is the closure of all educational institutions.
Nevertheless, to keep you in touch with your studies, we have here some of the assignments which you will complete during your long holiday. We hope and pray that you will do these with love.
Note: You can write the homework in any of your notebooks. Don’t do everything in one day. Distribute the work evenly so that every day you have something to do.
- Write 2 diary entries.
- Write 3 articles on any interesting topics you like. (100-120 words)
- Write a descriptive paragraph about the place where you stay. (100-120 words)
- LISTENING (Watching Youtube) Listen and write your own summary each
- The Sound of Music (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEjIoAyvwX0 )
- The Little Girl (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExFRw2rzWKA )
- A Truly Beautiful Mind (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw7wUZ_lM0c )
- The Road Not Taken (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mqd7Jco1r2w )
- Wind (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nml3FKuIRjc )
- The Lost Child (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kllZHMMGnL8 )
- The Adventures of Toto (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHbmRQkUvQ0 )
Write a dialogue having at least 150 words and practice at home.
Please keep reading books or articles every day. Note down the title in your book.
Enjoy a safe holiday. Help your parents and keep in touch with your studies.
Good Wishes from your teachers.
Miss. Tsering Dolkar
Mr. Tenzin Dhargyal
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What would be more apt than taking a dip in the cold icy rivulet to “ Beat the Heat”? Yes, that was exactly what my daughter and I did last Sunday! Yup! Spent the day by the rivulet with the summer sun pouring above us.
We got up late like any other Sundays, when we used to get a little more sleep time than the week days. The sun had already gained its momentum way ahead of the time and had spell its sway all over our places. We did our morning ablutions and treated ourselves fruit salad, which I made.
Stuffed with some bare neccesities like suncreeen, towel, soap and a towel, we rode on my rickety scooty along the long and already choking traffic of Dharamsala.
Stranded in the long traffic at this time of noon, on top of that a scorching heat above us even made the longing for a cool dive in the rivulet desperate. Cars big like trucks from the plains made their ways towards the tiny roads leading towards Mcleod and Naddi just to escape the heat waves of the plain. I felt pity to see them stuck in the traffic and having to spend half of their day meant to be spent by the mountain, on the tarred road. Ops!
In such scenario, it would be best to carry a bike. Bikers could easily squeeze themselves in between the narrow gaps, which was a kind of a blessing. Anyways, somehow we had finally made our way to the famous Khanyara rivulet losing our way in between.
It was a great relief just to see the rivulet flowing with a loud commotion. The mere sight and the sound dissolved all the trouble and the inconveniences we had been through over the last few hours. From the roadside where we parked our scooty, we could see each and every space around the rivulet occupied by a flock of people of all nations and generations. After sending our eyes through the top to the bottom, luckily we spotted a small space which remained unoccupied. Without wasting a single minute, we moved down and captured that small area.
First thing, we did was to clean the area which was littered with bottles, wrappers, leftover food, poops etc. Then we dipped ourselves little by little till we could fully feel the ectasy of being in cold water. The struggle we went through was worth because the cold water cooled us both physically and mentally. I could see the fun and the laughter among those who had come there. Some were washing clothes; some were enjoying their mid day meal; some were swimming; some were taking sun bath and others were lost in the beauty of that natural beauty. A little lively village in itself!
Nature can be very helpful as well as wrathful. Sometimes it brings solace and sometimes it brings havoc. We have floods in one part of our country and droughts in others. We are very fortunate to have such abundance of water here when we think of all those places where a single pond is considered a reservoir. As such we have to know this fact and act accordingly.
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