Rbse solutions for class 6 English poem 7

Vocation ncert Text Book Questions and Answers by

Vocation Working with the poem (ncert Page 110)

Question 1.
Your partner and you may now be able to answer these questions.
(i) Who is the speaker in the poem? Who are the people the speaker meets?What are they doing?
Answer:
The speaker in this poem is a school-going child. Every day he happens to meet the hawker selling bangles, the gardener digging away at the garden, and the watchman walking the street all night.

(ii) What wishes does the child in the poem make? Why does the child want to be a hawker, a gardener, or a watchman? Pick out the lines in each stanza which tell us this.
Answer:
The little child is innocent. He watches the people keenly around him. He is sick of checks on his movement. He wants to enjoy the same freedom as do the hawker, the gardener, and the watchman. They do what they like. The child says:

  1. I wish I were a hawker, spending my day in the road.
  2. I wish I were a gardener, digging away at the garden.
  3. I wish I were a watchman walking the street all night.

(iii) From the way the child envies the hawker, the gardener and the watchman, we can guess that there are many things the child has to do, or must not do. Make a list of the do’s and don’ts that the child doesn’t like. The first line is done for you.

The child must
get his clothes dirty in the dust.
………………….
…………………..

The child must not
come home at a fixed time.
……………………….
………………………..
Now add to the list your own complaints about the things you have to do, or must not do.
Answer:

                       DO’s                                                                     Donʼts

(i) Obey his elders                                                             Be late for school.
(ii) Do his homework regularly.                                          Eat junk food.
(iii) Be truthful and honest.                                                Be rude or ill-mannered.

(iv) Like the child in the poem, you perhaps have your own, wishes for yourself. Talk to your friend, using “I wish I were…”
Answer:
For self-attempt

Question 2.
Find out the different kinds of work done by the people in your neighbourhood. Make different cards for different kinds of work. You can make the card colourful with pictures of the persons doing the work.
Answer:
Do yourself.

Vocation Extra Questions and Answers

Vocation Extra Questions Very Short Answer Type 

Question 1.
Where did the child meet a hawker?
Answer:
The child met a hawker on the road when he was going to his school in the morning.

Question 2.
When did the child see a gardener?
Answer:
The poet saw the gardener outside his house in the afternoon after returning from his school.

Question 3.
Why did the child want to be a gardener?
Answer:
The child wanted to become a gardener so that he could dig the ground and nobody could stop him.

Question 4.
How did the child see a watchman?
Answer:
The child was told to sleep when he saw the watchman through an open window.

Vocation Extra Questions Short Answer Type 

Question 1.
What did the child mention about the hawker?
Answer:
The poet said that the hawker was not in a hurry. There was no specific road which he must take. There was no fixed time for him to return his home.

Question 2.
Describe the activity of the watchman.
Answer:
The watchman was walking on the dark and lonely lane with his lantern. He was following his shadow at one side. He never went to bed in his life, according to the child.

Question 3.
What kind of life is led by the hawker, watchman and gardener?
Answer:
The hawker, watchman and gardener are performing vocational tasks. They are leading their life the way they wants to. There is no restrictions on them.

Question 4.
What activities are dear to little children? Who does the child envy and why in the poem Vocation?
Аnswer:
Children by nature love freedom and fun. They are too young to foresee the consequences of their hasty action. They are adventure loving also. Tagore in his poem “Vocation’ gives voice to the natural desires of a child. The child first sees a hawker, selling bangles. He goes by his whim and enjoys freedom of movement. The child too wishes to become a hawker. In the afternoon he saw a gardener working with his spade and soiling his clothes. There is nobody to check or chide him. Lastly the child feels like becoming a watchman who walks the street all night. The child envies them all.

Vocation Extra Questions Value Based Type

Question 1.
Why did the child find others’ life interesting?
Answer:The child found others’ life more interesting because he was under strict control of his family. He was not allowed to move anywhere and return home anytime. He was fed up with his life due to restrictions imposed on him. He thought that the hawker, gardener and watchman were very happy as they could do things at their own wish. They can go anywhere at any time. Nobody restricts them and they are free to enjoy their life. So, the child wants to exchange his life with that of a hawker, a gardener and a watchman.

Vocation Extra Questions Extract Based Type

Extract 1

Directions (Q. Nos. 1-6) Read the extract given below and answer the following questions.

When the gong sounds ten in the morning and
I walk to school by our lane,
Every day I meet the hawker crying, “Bangles,
crystal bangles!”
There is nothing to hurry him on, there is no
road he must take, no place he must go to, no
time when he must come home.
I wish I were a hawker, spending my day in
the road, crying, “Bangles, crystal bangles!”

Question 1.
Who used to cry “bangles, crystal bangles”?
Answer:
A hawker used to cry “bangles, crystal bangles” every morning on the road.

Question 2.
What was the routine of the hawker?
Answer:

Vocation Working with the poem (ncert Page 110)

Question 1.
Your partner and you may now be able to answer these questions.
(i) Who is the speaker in the poem? Who are the people the speaker meets?What are they doing?
Answer:
The speaker in this poem is a school-going child. Every day he happens to meet the hawker selling bangles, the gardener digging away at the garden, and the watchman walking the street all night.

(ii) What wishes does the child in the poem make? Why does the child want to be a hawker, a gardener, or a watchman? Pick out the lines in each stanza which tell us this.
Answer:
The little child is innocent. He watches the people keenly around him. He is sick of checks on his movement. He wants to enjoy the same freedom as do the hawker, the gardener, and the watchman. They do what they like. The child says:

  1. I wish I were a hawker, spending my day in the road.
  2. I wish I were a gardener, digging away at the garden.
  3. I wish I were a watchman walking the street all night.

(iii) From the way the child envies the hawker, the gardener and the watchman, we can guess that there are many things the child has to do, or must not do. Make a list of the do’s and don’ts that the child doesn’t like. The first line is done for you.

The child must
get his clothes dirty in the dust.
………………….
…………………..

The child must not
come home at a fixed time.
……………………….
………………………..
Now add to the list your own complaints about the things you have to do, or must not do.
Answer:

                       DO’s                                                                     Donʼts

(i) Obey his elders                                                             Be late for school.
(ii) Do his homework regularly.                                          Eat junk food.
(iii) Be truthful and honest.                                                Be rude or ill-mannered.

(iv) Like the child in the poem, you perhaps have your own, wishes for yourself. Talk to your friend, using “I wish I were…”
Answer:
For self-attempt

Question 2.
Find out the different kinds of work done by the people in your neighbourhood. Make different cards for different kinds of work. You can make the card colourful with pictures of the persons doing the work.
Answer:
Do yourself.

Vocation Extra Questions and Answers

Vocation Extra Questions Very Short Answer Type 

Question 1.
Where did the child meet a hawker?
Answer:
The child met a hawker on the road when he was going to his school in the morning.

Question 2.
When did the child see a gardener?
Answer:
The poet saw the gardener outside his house in the afternoon after returning from his school.

Question 3.
Why did the child want to be a gardener?
Answer:
The child wanted to become a gardener so that he could dig the ground and nobody could stop him.

Question 4.
How did the child see a watchman?
Answer:
The child was told to sleep when he saw the watchman through an open window.

Vocation Extra Questions Short Answer Type 

Question 1.
What did the child mention about the hawker?
Answer:
The poet said that the hawker was not in a hurry. There was no specific road which he must take. There was no fixed time for him to return his home.

Question 2.
Describe the activity of the watchman.
Answer:
The watchman was walking on the dark and lonely lane with his lantern. He was following his shadow at one side. He never went to bed in his life, according to the child.

Question 3.
What kind of life is led by the hawker, watchman and gardener?
Answer:
The hawker, watchman and gardener are performing vocational tasks. They are leading their life the way they wants to. There is no restrictions on them.

Question 4.
What activities are dear to little children? Who does the child envy and why in the poem Vocation?
Аnswer:
Children by nature love freedom and fun. They are too young to foresee the consequences of their hasty action. They are adventure loving also. Tagore in his poem “Vocation’ gives voice to the natural desires of a child. The child first sees a hawker, selling bangles. He goes by his whim and enjoys freedom of movement. The child too wishes to become a hawker. In the afternoon he saw a gardener working with his spade and soiling his clothes. There is nobody to check or chide him. Lastly the child feels like becoming a watchman who walks the street all night. The child envies them all.

Vocation Extra Questions Value Based Type

Question 1.
Why did the child find others’ life interesting?
Answer:The child found others’ life more interesting because he was under strict control of his family. He was not allowed to move anywhere and return home anytime. He was fed up with his life due to restrictions imposed on him. He thought that the hawker, gardener and watchman were very happy as they could do things at their own wish. They can go anywhere at any time. Nobody restricts them and they are free to enjoy their life. So, the child wants to exchange his life with that of a hawker, a gardener and a watchman.

Vocation Extra Questions Extract Based Type

Extract 1

Directions (Q. Nos. 1-6) Read the extract given below and answer the following questions.

When the gong sounds ten in the morning and
I walk to school by our lane,
Every day I meet the hawker crying, “Bangles,
crystal bangles!”
There is nothing to hurry him on, there is no
road he must take, no place he must go to, no
time when he must come home.
I wish I were a hawker, spending my day in
the road, crying, “Bangles, crystal bangles!”

Question 1.
Who used to cry “bangles, crystal bangles”?
Answer:
A hawker used to cry “bangles, crystal bangles” every morning on the road.

Question 2.
What was the routine of the hawker?
Answer:

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