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1 oh public performance richard wright
1. OH! PUBLIC PERFORMANCE( Richard Wright)
  • Richard’s first day at school.
  • Teacher asked him to write his name on the board.
  • Richard was nervous and shy.
  • He could not write anything.
  • Other students laughed at him.
  • He felt upset and ashamed.
2 let s respond to india s call dr a p j abdul kalam
  • Speech by Kalam at Hyderabad.
  • Kalam’s 3 visions for India – freedom, development, and strength.
  • Media should not be negative.
  • We should have self respect.
  • We must have civic sense.
  • We obey the rules of foreign countries , so why not in our own country?
  • Instead of becoming living room critics, we should act for our country.
3 a nice citizen abraham lincoln
3. A NICE CITIZEN ( Abraham Lincoln)
  • A letter to his son’s teacher -
  • Teach him to be honest, brave, dedicated and just.
  • Teach him to love books, and believe in his own ideas.
  • Teach him to be strong in character and gentle in behaviour.
  • My son is a fine fellow; make him a nice citizen.
4 the goldmine of indian health tradition panel discussion
  • Our traditional health practices are rich.
  • It has a tradition of 3000 years.
  • But we consider it unscientific as it is not validated by the western science.
  • Modernization and Commercialization has destroyed our rich tradition of health.
  • We need to validate our traditional medicines, and standardize our drugs.
  • We should educate the younger generation about the importance of traditional medicines.
5 dreams of a girl gurdeep pandher
5. DREAMS OF A GIRL (GurdeepPandher)
  • Profile of KalpanaChawla. (Adapted from “Life and Dreams of KalpanaChawla”)
  • Born on July 1, 1961 , in Karnal , Haryana.
  • Belonged to a middle class family.
  • Kalpana wanted to be astronaut.
  • Family and society resisted.
  • Kalpana studied aeronautical engineering and immigrated to US.
  • Completed Ph. D.
  • Married JP Harrison.
  • First space flight in Columbia (1997)
  • Second flight (Feb.1, 2003) ended in a crash.
6 an irish rose a j cronin
6.AN IRISH ROSE(A. J. Cronin)
  • Cronin met Rose Donegan in Dublin.
  • Rose was 14 years old.
  • She had 4 siblings to care of – the youngest was baby Michael (9 months old)
  • Her mother had died and her father was a drunkard.
  • Rose had the responsibility of her family.
  • Cronin helped her to find a job in a farm house.
  • The family at the farmhouse adopted Michael.
  • Rose was very depressed after leaving the baby.
  • Once Michael became very sick and Rose went to treat him.
  • Michael recovered but Rose was sick and later she died.
7 best buys for health editorial from the hindu
7.BEST BUYS FOR HEALTH (Editorial from The Hindu)
  • Health issues in developing countries.
  • More than 13 million children die every year.
  • Death rate can be decreased by life style changes, adopting simple strategies of prevention and proper interventions.
  • Different data is provided.
  • Suggestion – Positive health interventions that are inexpensive and effectual should become a part of national health policies.
8 the world renowned nose translated by r e asher
8. THE WORLD RENOWNED NOSE(Translated by R E Asher)
  • Story by VaikkomMuhammedBasheer.
  • The nose of a 24 year old cook began to grow.
  • He was illiterate and ignorant.
  • His nose became an attraction and his mother made money out of it.
  • He became a millionaire and popular.
  • People wrote stories , biographies and made films about him. He got many awards.
  • He joined politics and the opposition party spread a scandal that his nose was made of rubber.
  • It became a big issue and the government interfered.
  • The panel of doctors tested his nose and found it original.
  • The President nominated him as an MP.
9 the open window saki
  • Mr. FramtonNuttel went to Mrs. Sappleton’s house.
  • Vera, her niece, welcomed him.
  • She told a tragic story about her aunt.
  • She said that her uncle and her aunt’s brothers had died 3 years back, but their bodies were not recovered.
  • Her aunt was mentally upset after that.
  • Nuttel was upset to see Mrs. Sappleton.
  • She was cheerful and said she was waiting for her husband and brothers to return from hunting.
  • After sometime they came through the open window.
  • Nuttel believed they were ghosts and ran away.
  • Vera told a new story about Nuttel to the family.
  • Vera was a tricky girl and loved to tell imaginary stories.
10 the patriot an old story robert browning
10.THE PATRIOT – An old story ( Robert Browning)
  • The patriot came to the town one year back.
  • He was welcomed with cheers and celebrations.
  • People loved him.
  • But now , after one year, he is a prisoner.
  • People throw stones at him.
  • His hands are tied and he is taken to the place of execution.
  • The patriot believes that he will get justice in the heaven.
11 the king who limped monica thorne
11. THE KING WHO LIMPED(Monica Thorne)
  • A new king took charge of the palace.
  • He came with a limp and a bowler hat.
  • The people in the court were sycophants.
  • They imitated the king and tried to impress him.
  • They made foolish remarks in the dog issue.
  • The king revealed his real self.
  • The king expelled them out of the court and replaced them with honest people.
12 on viewing television david considine
  • Children need to become critical viewers of TV.
  • Critical viewing is the ability to analyze the images, signs, codes and other elements.
  • There are 5 important elements to consider:
    • The content of the program.
    • The internal construction of the frame.
    • The external forces that influence the program.
    • Comparisons with other medias and reality.
    • Responding critically about the program.
13 interview adoor gopalakrishnan by gowri ramnarayan for frontline
13.INTERVIEW: ADOOR GOPALAKRISHNAN(By GowriRamnarayan for Frontline)
  • Student of Pune Film Institute.
  • “Elipathayam” won the British Film Institute Award in 1982
  • Adoor talks about casting in the films.
  • He says, all his films have some autobiographical element in it.
  • A director’s life is like a tight rope walk.
  • He had done many experiments in his films.
  • He prefers healthy debate to controversies.
  • He doesn’t like violence in cinema and also avoids too many symbols.
  • He says he respects his audience’s intelligence.
  • He has struggled a lot to be a film maker.
14 the making of a film satyajit ray
14.THE MAKING OF A FILM( Satyajit Ray)
  • Ray talks about the different phases in film making.
  • Writing a scenario, Shooting and Editing.
  • Cinema is a product of gadgets/machines.
  • The style of the cinema is dictated by the views and attitudes of the director.
  • Eg: The script of PatherPanchali.
15 making of the kid charlie chaplin
15.MAKING OF “THE KID”(Charlie Chaplin)
  • Chaplin describes how he found the little boy, Jackie Coogan for his film “The Kid”.
  • He was looking for a new idea for a film.
  • Saw Jackie’s performance at a Theatre.
  • Decided to make a film about a kid and a tramp.
  • Little Jackie was very active.
  • The film had a combination of comedy and sentiments. This was an experiment.
  • People said it would be a failure.
  • The film became a hit.
17 middle age kamala das
17. MIDDLE AGE(Kamala Das)
  • The sadness of a mother who is rejected by a teenage son.
  • When he was a small child he needed mother always.
  • Now, he thinks she is old and unwanted.
  • He loves to be with his friends and takes his own decisions.
  • Mother feels alone and sad.
18 the lottery ticket anton chekhov
18. THE LOTTERY TICKET( Anton Chekhov)
  • Ivan Dmitrich and Masha are middle-class couple.
  • Masha had taken a lottery.
  • Ivan looked up the result.
  • But before seeing the complete result, they spent some time dreaming about their fortunes.
  • Their dreams go wild and at the end they begin to hate each other and also their little house.
  • They didn’t win the lottery, and get frustrated.
18 the dear departed stanley houghton
18. THE DEAR DEPARTED ( Stanley Houghton)
  • Abel Merryweather had 2 daughters – Amelia and Elizabeth.
  • He was living with Amelia, her husband , Mr. Slater and their daughter, Victoria.
  • Abel came home drinking and went to bed.
  • Amelia thought he was dead.
  • She took this chance to steal his property before her sister arrived.
  • Elizabeth came in with her husband , Ben Jordan.
  • The greedy sisters had a big fight over father’s property.
  • Abel woke up from sleep .
  • The daughters tried to impress him.
  • But the father understood their real nature.
  • He declared he did not want to live with his daughters anymore. He was going to marry a widow.