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CBSE Class 9 English Communicative Chapter-wise Revision Notes
- Chapter-1 How I Taught My Grandmother to read
- Chapter-2 A Dog named Duke
- Chapter-3 The Man Who Knew too Much
- Chapter-4 Keeping it from Harold
- Chapter-5 Best Seller
- Chapter-1 The Brook
- Chapter-2 The Road Not Taken
- Chapter-3 The Solitary Reaper
- Chapter-4 Lord Ullin’s Daughter
- Chapter-5 The Seven Ages
- Chapter-6 Oh, I Wish I’d Looked After My Teeth
- Chapter-7 Song of the Rain
- Chapter-1 Villa for sale
- Chapter-2 The Bishop’s Candlesticks
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- Chapter-1 People
- Chapter-2 Adventure
- Chapter-3 Environment
- Chapter-4 The Class IX Radio and Video Show
- Chapter-5 Mystery
- Chapter-6 Children
- Chapter-7 Sports and Games
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CBSE Class 09 English Communicative
How I Taught My Grandmother to Read
The narrator was a girl of twelve and lived in a village of north Karnataka with her grandparents, where the transport system was not good so people received the newspapers, weekly magazines and the post, a little late.
- At that time Triveni, an author in Kannada, was very popular among people for her easy to read and convincing stories dealing with psychological problems in the lives of ordinary people, in an interesting manner.
- In her novel Kashi Yatre, which appeared as a serial in a weekly magazine called Karamveera, the protagonist was an old lady who desired to go to Kashi to worship Lord Vishweshwara.
- However, the old lady decided to give away all her savings to an orphan girl who wanted to marry but didn't have money for her wedding.
- The old lady, the protagonist of Kashi Yatre, considered the happiness of this orphan girl more important than worshipping Lord Vishweshwara at Kashi.
- The narrator’s 62-year old grandmother, Krishtakka liked this story very much as she identified herself with the old lady.
- But she could not read and so she would ask her granddaughter to read every episode of Kashi Yatre to her.
- The grandmother would discuss the latest episode of Kashi Yatre with her friends at the temple.
- Once the narrator went to a neighbouring village for a wedding and came back only after a week.
- When the narrator returned to her village, she was surprised to see her grandmother, Avva, in tears.
- The author offered to help.
- The grandmother narrated her story. She had lost her mother at a very young age and her father had got married again.
- The grandmother never went to school because earlier education was not considered essential for girls and later she got married and had to look after her family. But at times, she used to regret not going to school.
- This time when she could not read the latest episode of Kashi Yatre, she felt the need to read.
- This was the reason why she wanted the author to teach her to read and write.
- She fixed the day of Saraswati Pooja during Dassara as the deadline to be able to read.
- The author was happy to teach the grandmother as she read, repeated, recited and wrote diligently.
- On the decided date, the grandmother touched the author's feet and gave her frock material as a mark of respect for her teacher.
- The author also touched her grandmother's feet as she was an elder and gifted her the novel of Kashi Yatre.
- The grandmother instantly read the title, the name of the author and the publisher's name.
- The author knew that her student had passed with flying colors.