Class 6 Exam  >  Class 6 Notes  >  Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6  >  50 Days Timetable for English Class 6

50 Days Timetable for English Class 6 | Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6 PDF Download

Welcome, Class 6 students! In the next 50 days, we will guide you through a comprehensive study plan to help you master your English syllabus. This plan covers all chapters, poems, and grammar topics in a structured manner. English is a fascinating subject that involves reading, writing, and understanding the beauty of language. By the end of this study plan, you will be well-prepared for your exams. Let's dive in!

Day 1: Poem - A House, A Home (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Poem: Start by reading the poem "A House, A Home" from your textbook here.
  • Understanding: Break the poem into stanzas and understand the meaning of each stanza.
  • Grammar: Learn about nouns and pronouns. Find examples of nouns and pronouns in the poem.
  • Interactive activities: Imagine your dream home and describe it in a short paragraph.

Day 2-3: Prose - Who Did Patrick's Homework? (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Prose: Begin with the prose "Who Did Patrick's Homework?" Chapter Notes.
  • Subtopics: Understand the story, characters, and the lesson it conveys.
  • Grammar: Dive into adjectives and determiners. Identify these in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short paragraph about your favorite character from the story.

Day 4: Poem - The Kite (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Poem: Enjoy the poem "The Kite" here.
  • Understanding: Analyze the symbolism of the kite in the poem.
  • Grammar: Explore tenses and find examples in the poem.
  • Interactive activities: Design your own kite and explain what it symbolizes.

Day 5-6: Prose - Taro's Reward (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Prose: Dive into the prose "Taro's Reward" Chapter Notes.
  • Subtopics: Comprehend the plot, characters, and moral of the story.
  • Grammar: Learn about degrees of comparison. Identify them in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short paragraph about a time when you were rewarded for your hard work.

Day 7: Poem - The Quarrel (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Poem: Read "The Quarrel" here.
  • Understanding: Analyze the reasons behind the quarrel in the poem.
  • Grammar: Study modals and find examples in the poem.
  • Interactive activities: Create a dialogue between the two characters to resolve their quarrel.

Day 8-9: Prose - An Indian-American Woman in Space: Kalpana Chawla (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Prose: Explore the inspiring story of Kalpana Chawla Chapter Notes.
  • Subtopics: Learn about Kalpana Chawla's achievements and her journey.
  • Grammar: Study verbs and adverbs. Identify them in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Research and present a short report on another famous Indian astronaut.

Day 10: Poem - Beauty (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Poem: Enjoy the poem "Beauty" here.
  • Understanding: Discuss what beauty means to you.
  • Grammar: Study prepositions and conjunctions. Find examples in the poem.
  • Interactive activities: Draw a picture of something you find beautiful and describe it in writing.

Day 11-12: Prose - A Different Kind of School (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Prose: Explore "A Different Kind of School" Chapter Notes.
  • Subtopics: Understand the concept of alternative education and its benefits.
  • Grammar: Learn about interjections and punctuation. Identify them in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short essay on your ideal school.

Day 13: Poem - Where Do All Teachers Go? (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Poem: Read "Where Do All Teachers Go?" here.
  • Understanding: Reflect on the importance of teachers in our lives.
  • Grammar: Study active and passive voice. Find examples in the poem.
  • Interactive activities: Write a thank-you letter to your favorite teacher.

Day 14-15: Prose - Who I Am (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Prose: Explore "Who I Am" Chapter Notes.
  • Subtopics: Understand the importance of self-identity and acceptance.
  • Grammar: Learn about direct and indirect speech. Identify them in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Create a self-portrait with labels describing who you are.

Day 16: Poem - The Wonderful Words (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Poem: Enjoy the poem "The Wonderful Words" here.
  • Understanding: Discuss the power of words and their impact.
  • Grammar: Study error correction and omissions. Find examples in the poem.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short story using as many "wonderful words" as possible.

Day 17-18: Prose - Fair Play (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Prose: Dive into "Fair Play" Chapter Notes.
  • Subtopics: Understand the concept of fairness and sportsmanship.
  • Grammar: Learn about subject-verb agreement. Identify them in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Share a story about a time you displayed fair play.

Day 19: Poem - Vocation (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Poem: Read "Vocation" here.
  • Understanding: Reflect on the different vocations people pursue.
  • Grammar: Study framing questions. Find examples in the poem.
  • Interactive activities: Interview someone about their vocation and share their story.

Day 20-21: Prose - The Banyan Tree (Honeysuckle)

  • Read the Prose: Explore "The Banyan Tree" Chapter Notes.
  • Subtopics: Learn about the significance of the banyan tree in Indian culture.
  • Grammar: Revise all grammar topics studied so far.
  • Interactive activities: Plant a sapling and write about its growth over time.

Day 22-23: Prose - A Tale of Two Birds (A Pact with the Sun)

  • Read the Prose: Begin with the prose "A Tale of Two Birds" from the book "A Pact with the Sun."
  • Subtopics: Understand the story, characters, and the lesson it conveys.
  • Grammar: Dive into adjectives and determiners. Identify these in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short paragraph about your favorite character from the story.

Day 24-25: Prose - The Friendly Mongoose (A Pact with the Sun)

  • Read the Prose: Dive into the prose "The Friendly Mongoose" from the book "A Pact with the Sun."
  • Subtopics: Comprehend the plot, characters, and moral of the story.
  • Grammar: Learn about degrees of comparison. Identify them in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short paragraph about a time when you were friendly to an animal.

Day 26-27: Prose - The Shepherd's Treasure (A Pact with the Sun)

  • Read the Prose: Explore "The Shepherd's Treasure" from the book "A Pact with the Sun."
  • Subtopics: Understand the story of the shepherd and his treasure.
  • Grammar: Study modals and find examples in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Create a dialogue between the shepherd and his friend about their treasure.

Day 28-29: Prose - Tansen (A Pact with the Sun)

  • Read the Prose: Dive into the fascinating story of "Tansen" from the book "A Pact with the Sun."
  • Subtopics: Learn about Tansen's exceptional musical talent and his journey.
  • Grammar: Study verbs and adverbs. Identify them in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Research and present a short report on another famous musician or singer.

Day 30-31: Prose - The Monkey and the Crocodile (A Pact with the Sun)

  • Read the Prose: Read the intriguing story of "The Monkey and the Crocodile" from the book "A Pact with the Sun."
  • Subtopics: Analyze the tale of the clever monkey and the cunning crocodile.
  • Grammar: Study adjectives and determiners in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Create a short comic strip retelling the story.

Day 32-33: Prose - The Wonder Called Sleep (A Pact with the Sun)

  • Read the Prose: Explore "The Wonder Called Sleep" from the book "A Pact with the Sun."
  • Subtopics: Understand the importance of sleep and its wonders.
  • Grammar: Study tenses and find examples in the story.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short essay on the benefits of a good night's sleep.

Day 34-35: Prose - A Pact with the Sun (A Pact with the Sun)

  • Read the Prose: Conclude the "A Pact with the Sun" book with the story it's named after.
  • Subtopics: Comprehend the story and its significance.
  • Grammar: Revise all grammar topics studied so far.
  • Interactive activities: Share your thoughts on the moral of the story and how it relates to the book's title.

Day 36: 

Grammar - Introduction to Sentences

  • Learn Grammar: Begin with an introduction to sentences Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Differentiate between types of sentences: declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory.
  • Interactive activities: Create sentences of each type.

Grammar - The Parts of Speech

  • Learn Grammar: Dive into the parts of speech Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Understand the roles of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections.
  • Interactive activities: Write sentences using each part of speech.

Grammar - Noun

  • Learn Grammar: Study nouns Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand common nouns, proper nouns, collective nouns, and abstract nouns.
  • Interactive activities: List examples of each type of noun.

Grammar - Pronouns

  • Learn Grammar: Explore pronouns Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Learn about personal, possessive, demonstrative, and reflexive pronouns.
  • Interactive activities: Rewrite sentences using different pronouns.

Day 37:

Grammar - Adjectives

  • Learn Grammar: Study adjectives Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand descriptive and limiting adjectives.
  • Interactive activities: Describe objects around you using adjectives.

Grammar - Determiners

  • Learn Grammar: Dive into determiners Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Differentiate between articles, demonstratives, and quantifiers.
  • Interactive activities: Identify determiners in sentences.

Grammar - Tenses

  • Learn Grammar: Explore verb tenses Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand present, past, and future tenses.
  • Interactive activities: Write sentences in different tenses.

Grammar - Degrees of Comparison

  • Learn Grammar: Study degrees of comparison Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Explore positive, comparative, and superlative forms.
  • Interactive activities: Compare objects using degrees of comparison.

Day 38: 

Grammar - Modals

  • Learn Grammar: Dive into modals Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Explore modals like can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will, and would.
  • Interactive activities: Create sentences using modals to express permission, ability, and obligation.

Grammar - Verbs

  • Learn Grammar: Study verbs Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand action verbs, linking verbs, and helping verbs.
  • Interactive activities: Identify different types of verbs in sentences.

Grammar - Adverb

  • Learn Grammar: Explore adverbs Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Discover how adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
  • Interactive activities: Write sentences using adverbs to describe actions.

Grammar - Prepositions

  • Learn Grammar: Study prepositions Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand how prepositions show relationships between objects.
  • Interactive activities: Create sentences with prepositional phrases.

Day 39: 

Grammar - Conjunctions

  • Learn Grammar: Dive into conjunctions Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Explore coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.
  • Interactive activities: Combine sentences using conjunctions.

Grammar - Interjections

  • Learn Grammar: Study interjections Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand how interjections express strong emotions.
  • Interactive activities: Write sentences using interjections to convey emotions.

Grammar - Punctuation

  • Learn Grammar: Explore punctuation Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Study the use of commas, periods, question marks, exclamation marks, and more.
  • Interactive activities: Correct sentences with punctuation errors.

Grammar - Active and Passive Voice

  • Learn Grammar: Study active and passive voice Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand how sentences change from active to passive voice.
  • Interactive activities: Convert active voice sentences into passive voice.

Day 40: 

Grammar - Direct and Indirect Speech

  • Learn Grammar: Dive into direct and indirect speech Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Explore how speech is reported directly or indirectly.
  • Interactive activities: Rewrite sentences in both direct and indirect speech.

Grammar - Error Correction & Omissions

  • Learn Grammar: Study error correction and omissions Grammar for Class 6.
  • Subtopics: Understand common errors and omissions in sentences.
  • Interactive activities: Correct sentences with errors and fill in omissions.

Grammar - Rearrangement of Words (Jumbled Words)

  • Learn Grammar: Explore rearrangement of jumbled words Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Learn strategies for unscrambling words.
  • Interactive activities: Rearrange jumbled words to form coherent sentences.

Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passages)

  • Practice: Attempt reading comprehension passages here.
  • Understanding: Improve your comprehension skills by answering questions based on the passages.
  • Interactive activities: Read a passage and write a brief summary.

Day 41:

Writing Skills

  • Writing Skills: Practice letter writing, notice writing, and story writing.
  • Revision: Revise all chapters, poems, and grammar topics you've covered.
  • Practice: Attempt sample papers here and past year papers here.
  • Interactive activities: Share a short essay on why revision is important for retaining information during exams.

Writing Skills - Letter Writing

  • Learn Writing Skills: Explore Letter Writing techniques.
  • Understanding: Understand the format and components of a letter.
  • Interactive activities: Write a friendly letter to a fictional pen pal.

Writing Skills - Notice Writing

  • Learn Writing Skills: Study Notice Writing techniques.
  • Understanding: Learn the format and content of a notice.
  • Interactive activities: Create a notice for a school event.

Writing Skills - Story Writing

  • Learn Writing Skills: Dive into Story Writing techniques.
  • Understanding: Learn the elements of a story: characters, setting, plot, and resolution.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short story based on a given prompt.

Day 42: 

Grammar - Subject-Verb Agreement

  • Learn Grammar: Explore subject-verb agreement Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Understand how subjects and verbs must agree in number.
  • Interactive activities: Create sentences with correct subject-verb agreement.

Grammar - Framing Questions

  • Learn Grammar: Study framing questions Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Learn how to form questions in different tenses.
  • Interactive activities: Practice forming questions based on given statements.

Grammar - Applied Grammar

  • Learn Grammar: Dive into applied grammar Grammar for Class 6.
  • Understanding: Apply grammar rules in practical writing and communication.
  • Interactive activities: Write a short essay applying various grammar concepts.

Reading Skills

  • Learn Reading Skills: Improve reading skills.
  • Understanding: Enhance your comprehension and critical thinking skills.
  • Interactive activities: Read a passage and answer questions to improve comprehension.

Writing Skills - Essay Writing

  • Learn Writing Skills: Explore Essay Writing techniques.
  • Understanding: Learn the structure and techniques of essay writing.
  • Interactive activities: Practice writing essays on various topics.

Day 43-50: Revision

  • Organize Your Notes: Gather all your class notes, textbooks, and practice exercises. Keep them in an organized folder or binder.
  • Create a Study Schedule: Make a revision timetable. Assign specific times for each topic. For example, revise grammar in the morning and literature in the afternoon.
  • Review the Basics: Start with a quick review of the basics. Go over the fundamental concepts in grammar, like nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more.
  • Chapter-wise Revision: Focus on one chapter at a time. Read the chapter in your textbook and revisit your notes.
  • Interactive Activities: For each chapter, do interactive activities. For grammar topics, create your own sentences using the grammar rules. For literature, summarize the chapter in your own words.
  • Practice Questions: After understanding the chapter, practice questions related to that topic. Solve worksheets, short and long answer questions, and other exercises.
  • Check Answers: After attempting questions, check your answers using your textbook or other study materials.
  • Online Resources: Utilize online resources like EduRev to practice and take tests related to the topics you've revised. You can find quizzes, tests, and more for each chapter.
  • Revision Cards: Create small revision cards for important points, new words, and grammar rules. Use these cards for quick reviews.
  • Peer Study: If possible, study with a friend or classmate. You can quiz each other and discuss the topics.
  • Sample Papers: Try solving sample papers. These will give you a feel of the exam and help you manage your time.
  • Past Year Papers: If available, look at past year papers to get an idea of the type of questions asked in previous exams.
  • Read Aloud: For literature, try reading passages or poems aloud. This can improve your pronunciation and understanding.
  • Regular Breaks: Don't forget to take regular breaks to refresh your mind.
  • Stay Positive: Believe in yourself. Positive thinking can boost your confidence.
  • Seek Help: If you have doubts, don't hesitate to ask your teacher or a knowledgeable person for help.
  • Practice Writing: For topics like essay writing, letter writing, and story writing, practice writing essays or stories on different topics. You can also find writing prompts online.
  • Final Revision: In the last few days before the exam, do a final revision of all topics.
  • Stay Healthy: Eat well, get enough sleep, and stay hydrated. A healthy body supports a healthy mind.
  • Believe in Yourself: Finally, believe that you've prepared well. You've got this!

Study Material and Courses

Revision and Testing

Remember, revision is the key to success. The more you practice and revise, the more confident you'll feel in the exam. 

Good luck!

The document 50 Days Timetable for English Class 6 | Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6 is a part of the Class 6 Course Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6.
All you need of Class 6 at this link: Class 6
64 docs

FAQs on 50 Days Timetable for English Class 6 - Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6

1. What is the recommended timetable for a 50-day English class for Class 6?
Ans. The recommended timetable for a 50-day English class for Class 6 may vary depending on the specific curriculum and school guidelines. However, a typical timetable may include a combination of reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, and speaking activities. It is important to allocate sufficient time for each skill to ensure a comprehensive language learning experience.
2. How can I effectively plan my English class for Class 6 in 50 days?
Ans. To effectively plan your English class for Class 6 in 50 days, consider creating a weekly or monthly schedule that covers all essential language skills. Divide the time equally among reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, and speaking activities. Additionally, incorporate interactive and engaging activities to keep the students motivated and involved in the learning process.
3. What resources can I use to enhance English language learning in Class 6?
Ans. There are various resources available to enhance English language learning in Class 6. Some recommended resources include textbooks, workbooks, online learning platforms, educational websites, interactive games, audiovisual materials, and English language learning apps. These resources can provide supplemental materials, practice exercises, and interactive content to reinforce language skills.
4. How can I assess the progress of my Class 6 students in English within 50 days?
Ans. Assessing the progress of your Class 6 students in English within 50 days can be done through various methods. You can conduct regular quizzes, tests, and assignments to evaluate their understanding of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. Additionally, oral presentations, group discussions, and speaking activities can assess their speaking and listening skills. Providing timely feedback and individualized attention can help track their progress effectively.
5. How can I make English learning enjoyable for Class 6 students within 50 days?
Ans. Making English learning enjoyable for Class 6 students within 50 days is crucial to keep them engaged and motivated. Incorporate interactive and hands-on activities such as role-plays, debates, storytelling, and games. Introduce multimedia resources like videos, songs, and podcasts to make the learning experience more dynamic and exciting. Encourage group work, peer collaboration, and creative projects to foster a positive and enjoyable learning environment.
64 docs
Download as PDF
Explore Courses for Class 6 exam
Signup for Free!
Signup to see your scores go up within 7 days! Learn & Practice with 1000+ FREE Notes, Videos & Tests.
10M+ students study on EduRev
Related Searches

video lectures

,

Exam

,

Previous Year Questions with Solutions

,

study material

,

50 Days Timetable for English Class 6 | Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6

,

MCQs

,

50 Days Timetable for English Class 6 | Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6

,

Free

,

Summary

,

past year papers

,

shortcuts and tricks

,

Objective type Questions

,

Sample Paper

,

practice quizzes

,

pdf

,

Important questions

,

mock tests for examination

,

50 Days Timetable for English Class 6 | Chapter-wise Time Table for Class 6

,

Extra Questions

,

Semester Notes

,

ppt

,

Viva Questions

;