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    SUMMERSUMMERSUMMERSUMMER ASSIGNMENTASSIGNMENTASSIGNMENTASSIGNMENT

    Theme: Theme: Theme: Theme: TravelTravelTravelTravel and Foodand Foodand Foodand Food

    ClassClassClassClass----VI (2016VI (2016VI (2016VI (2016----17)17)17)17)

    Dear Students

    Summer brings with it the ever smiling sun, fresh breeze, blossoming Flowers and HOLIDAYS!

    When the sun is high and the heat is great, it is time to go for a vacation or pursue a recreation.

    Vacations help to rejuvenate and develop an everlasting bond between you and your family. Make

    optimum use of this time to cultivate your interest in co-curricular activities.

    It will be great if you are able to find time to visit museums and monuments, learn new things,

    explore new areas near your house, play indoor and outdoor games , read as many story books as you

    can ,help your parents and grandparents, go for morning walk and play in the park in the evenings

    during your long summer break.

    We are giving you integrated and interesting activities and worksheets which you can do during the

    noon time. Do them as instructed and submit your work after the vacation.

    We would appreciate if your work is done by you only.

    Wishing all of you a very enjoyable and fun-packed summer break!!!!!!

    Warm Regards

    Seema Gupta

    Middle school Incharge

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    English

    Hindi

    Maths

    Science

    Computers

    French

    Sanskrit

    Social Studies

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    Dear Student

    Your English holiday assignment this year is a fun mix of all the aspects of the

    Language. It has been designed to ensure that you enjoy and learn at the same

    time

    Instructions:

    Labelling and cover page-All written work of Activity 5 to be done on coloured

    A4 sized sheets compiled together and labelled with your name on a separate

    cover page using alliteration e.g. Diva Divyas Diary, Natty Neena etc.

    Printout and compilation For Activity 1, 2 (b) and 3 take out printouts of

    attached worksheets and compile along with the A4 sheets

    Attachment- The bookmarks should be attached with the worksheets along with

    the rest of the work in the file/folder,

    Yes, if you travel, then you must

    explore the place in its totality. Enjoy

    the food, learn about the customs and

    the people of that place.

    Sometimes when we travel to foreign

    locations, we face certain difficulties

    while checking in a hotel, reading a

    menu and placing an order.

    So lets learn how to deal with them.

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    Activity 1- Watch the 8th episode of Mr. Bean series namely Mr. Bean

    in Room 426 and do the given worksheet on your observation.

    Lets Talk Travel- Worksheet

    1. What do you do when you first arrive at the hotel?

    2. Who do you usually meet at the reception?

    3. What do people do at the reception when they first arrive at the

    hotel?

    4. Have you ever checked into a hotel?

    5. What information do people usually fill into the form at the

    reception?

    6. What things do people usually take along when they travel?

    Vocabulary to Learn

    Travel words Hotel, reception, check in, fill a form, suitcase, bellhop (bellboy U.K), guest,

    elevator (lift U.K), forget, button, steering wheel, remote control, corridor,

    pretend, drawer, drill, switch, receptionist, tips, I.D card, Drivers license,

    passport

    Put the words above under the correct heading:

    Documents Things & places

    in the

    building/bedroom

    /hotel

    People/jobs Things in the

    bedroom

    Things we do

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    Watching Task

    Answer these comprehension questions: 1. What does Mr. Bean want to do at the hotel reception?

    ________________________________________________________

    2. What does the bellhop want from him?

    ________________________________________________________

    3. What does he do with the switch when he gets into the room?

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    4. Who gets into the room first? Mr. Bean or the other guest.

    ________________________________________________________

    5. What does he hear when he picks up the phone?

    ________________________________________________________

    6. What was Mr. Bean doing before the bellhop knocked on his door?

    ________________________________________________________

    7. Why does the bellhop clear his throat? What does he want?

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    8. What does Mr. Bean think? What does he offer him?

    ________________________________________________________

    9. What device does Mr. Bean find on the TV? What is it used for?

    ________________________________________________________

    10. Who comes out to the corridor and why?

    _________________________________________________________

    _________________________________________________________

    11. What does Mr. Bean pretend to do?

    ________________________________________________________

    12. What does he take out of his suitcase? Where does he put it? What

    happens?

    ________________________________________________________

    ________________________________________________________

    13. What other things does he take out of his suitcase?

    ________________________________________________________

    ________________________________________________________

    14. How does he get the picture on to the wall? What does he use?

    ________________________________________________________

    ________________________________________________________

    15. Why cant he find a place to put his towel?

    _________________________________________________________

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    Activity 2(a) Comprehension Read the first one carefully and then do

    the second one.

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    Activity 2(b)- Worksheet

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    Give a description of the meal you would order at this restaurant:

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    Activity 3- Solve the crossword puzzle on the basis of the clues

    given below:

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    Activity 4 -Make a beautiful BOOKMARK on Travel. You must

    follow the instruction given below:

    a) The size of the bookmark should be 10 inches by 3 inches.

    b) Choose a particular location (National/International) that you have visited.

    c) On one side of the bookmark, draw/ paste the pictures of any two places of

    the chosen location.

    d) On the other side of the bookmark, write any two inspirational/travel

    quotations.

    e) Decorate it beautifully.

    f) Get the bookmark laminated

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    Activity 5 Read the novella The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond and do

    the following on A4 size sheets:

    Write a short summary of the story (150-200 words) Give character sketches of the main characters in the story. Make the backdrop of the cover page of your folder depicting a scene from The

    Blue Umbrella

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    To my mind, the greatest reward and luxury of travel is to be able to experience everyday things as if

    for the first time, to be in a position in which almost nothing is so familiar it is taken for granted.

    1)Holiday time is the time to relax and take it easy. People prefer to visit different places and enjoy

    with their families.

    Imagine you are a travel agent. Pick any 2 destinations (anywhere in the world). Prepare two travel

    brochures depicting the place of tourists interest, the famous cuisines, area of the city, population, fare

    of travelling, cost of accommodation, currency, budget etc to attract your potential clients. Also prepare

    one week planner for each destination in the month of June. You can use colourful pastel sheets and

    other decoration material to make your brochure attractive.

    1. Vedic Maths

    Mathematics, derived from the Veda, provides one line, mental and superfast methods along with quick

    cross checking systems. Vedic Mathematics converts a tedious subject into a playful and blissful one

    which students learn with smiles.

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    Study the following methods and apply the appropriate one to solve the following questions in your

    Maths notebook part 1:

    a) CALCULATING PRODUCT OF TWO SUCH NUMBERS WHOSE DIGITS AT UNITS PLACE ADD UPTO 10 AND DIGITS AT TENS PLACE ARE SAME.

    Example: 73 x 77

    7 3

    7 7

    + 1 x

    56 21

    Break the numbers into two parts as shown and multiply the digits at ones place to get digits of

    the answer at ones place and multiply the digit at tens place by its successor to get the digits of

    the answer at tens place. Answer = 5621

    b) CALCULATING SQUARES OF NUMBERS ENDING IN 5

    Example: Square of 85 = 85 x 85

    Write the numbers one below the other and break them into two parts To get digits of the