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by classklap ENGLISH 2 WORKBOOK - TERM Enhanced Edition Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 1 4 13-09-2019 15:15:29

TABLE OF CONTENTS Unit Name Page No. 1) Affection Section 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 Section 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 2) Savings Section 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 12 Section 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 18 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 2 13-09-2019 15:15:29

Unit 1: Affection (Section 1 – pages 69–80) Warm Up Discuss the questions given below with a partner. Share your thoughts with the class. a) Do you have somebody who is not a family member that you care a lot about? Speak about them. b) How would you feel if your parents cared for many other children and not just you? Explain why you would feel so. WAcotridvitMyeanings Word Meaning Example gazing wrestled to look at someone or Mary spends her nights firmly something for a long time in gazing at the stars. transferred surprise or admiration moist to fight someone or I wrestled with my younger dashed something with a lot of brother till he admitted his force mistake. to hold strongly and tightly I held my seat belt firmly during the roller-coaster ride. to move from one place to My mother transferred the another soup to another bowl. slightly wet Tara could not hide her moist eyes. to go somewhere quickly People were dashing in and out of the train. Affection 1 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 1 13-09-2019 15:15:30

CAocmtivpitryehension 1) When did the storm hit Meena’s village? What would the children do as a part of their routine in the village? (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2) How many times was the village bell hit? What were the villagers getting excited about? (2M) Ans: �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3) How was Meena at studies? Who was she surprised to see at school? (2M) Ans: �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4) Where is Keeraikuppam located? What were the people excited about? (TB, B-Q1 & 2, Pg. 73) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5) Which disaster had hit the village? Who showed love and care to the children? (TB, B-Q3 & 4, Pg. 73) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6) Why did Meena call the official ‘Appa’? Do you think we need to be a family to care for others? (TB, B-Q 5, Pg. 73) (2M) Ans:   2 13-09-2019 15:15:30 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 2

VAacltuiveit-ybased Questions 7) What do you think people go through after they have been affected by a disaster? How can we help them? (2M) Ans:    8) The official and his wife showed affection towards all the children. What does this tell us about them? Who shows you the most affection, apart from your family members? (2M) Ans:    PAocetitvryityAppreciation 9) What are brothers like? (2M) Ans:   10) What is the message in the poem? (2M) Ans:   11) Who brought us to this world? Which is as important as our health? (TB, B- Q1 & 2, Pg. 78) (2M) Ans:   Affection 3 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 3 13-09-2019 15:15:31

12) How does a friend support us? Why relationships are more important than wealth? (TB, B-Q3 & 4, Pg. 78) (2M) Ans:    AVocctivaibtyulary and Grammar 13) Seema and Manish are speaking to each other about their hobbies. Add punctuation marks and correct the usage of capital letters wherever required. (5M) do you like to dance manish _____________________________________ No. i enjoy making diy things _____________________________________ can you Teach me also? _____________________________________ Ofcourse. Bring some papers colours and glue tomorrow _____________________________________ _____________________________________ I will. we should all make something for christmas. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ 4 13-09-2019 15:15:31 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 4

14) Underline the prepositions and match the pictures to the sentences. (1M per question) a) Students are walking behind their teacher. b) Manasi is sitting between her two friends. They are reading a book. c) Shehnaz is hiding behind the curtain. d) The rabbit is standing in front of the nut. e) Sahil and his wife are sitting between two trees and reading the newspaper. Affection 5 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 5 13-09-2019 15:15:33

SApcetiavkity 15) Sit in a circle with your class and pass a ball around. Whoever gets the ball, tells a sentence to summarise the story. Keep passing the ball around till the story has been completely summarised. 6 13-09-2019 15:15:33 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 6

Unit 1: Affection (Section 2 – pages 81–88) Warm Up Observe the pictures given below. Put a tick mark in the box that shows what a true friend would do. WAcotridvitMyeanings Word Meaning Example grabbed to hold something or My younger brother glued someone suddenly or grabbed the box of roughly chocolates from me. to look at something with Arav is glued to the TV in full attention the evening. Affection 7 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 7 13-09-2019 15:15:35

exclaimed to say or shout something ‘The Christmas tree is pestered suddenly in surprise, fear or decorated so well’, tumbled joy exclaimed our teacher. to annoy someone Vinesh was pestering his by doing or asking for father to gift him a new bat something repeatedly for his birthday. to fall quickly and witout An excited group of control children tumbled out of the school bus. CAocmtivpitryehension 1) Write any two points to describe Nandhini’s and Pandi’s friendship. (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2) What did the teacher think was wrong with Nandhini? What did she suggest that she would do? (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3) Why did Nandhini’s friends suddenly run away? Why did she burst into laughter? (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4) Who were the friends referred in the story? How did they go to school? (TB, B-Qs 1 & 2, Pg. 84) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8 13-09-2019 15:15:35 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 8

5) Why was the teacher annoyed? (TB, B-Q3, Pg. 84) (2M) Ans:   6) Did Nandhini have fever? What was the reason behind Nandhini’s dullness? (TB, B-Qs 4 & 5, Pg. 84) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� AVacltuiveit-ybased Questions 7) Pandi was a true friend to Nandhini. Name any four qualities that a true friend must have. Explain why friendship is important in life. (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8) If you were in Pandi’s place, how would you cheer up Nandhini? Mention any two ways in which you would do this. (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� AVocctivaibtyulary and Grammar 9) Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks. (1M per question) a) The comes after the scissors. Affection 9 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 9 13-09-2019 15:15:35

b) The boat comes after the . c) The comes before the TV. d) The cheese comes the ice cream. e) The garlic comes the bucket. 10 13-09-2019 15:15:38 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 10

10) Choose suitable rhyming words from the box and fill in the blanks. (1M per question) rush tile bold bees tie book match loose shake a) scold – b) catch – c) shook – d) shoes – e) smile – Activity 11) Sit down in a big circular formation. Take a very big rope. The student who gets the end of the rope must tell any one thing they would like to do better as a friend. The rope keeps gets passed on and forming a twisted pattern untill every student gets a chance. In the end, you can see the interesting pattern the rope has made. Affection 11 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 11 13-09-2019 15:15:38

Unit 2: Savings (Section 1 – pages 89–101) Warm Up Look at the sets of pictures below. In each set, identify which action is right and which is wrong by putting a tick mark or a cross mark in the box below. Share your thoughts on why some of them are wrong. WAcotridvitMyeanings Word Meaning Example glance to give a quick, short look He glanced at his paper one last store to save for later use time before completing his test. We stored our furniture until we found a new apartment. 12 13-09-2019 15:15:41 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 12

colony a group of people, animals People who live in this colony granaries or insects of the same type love and respect each other. that live together fuel a large building for storing We clean the granaries every grain Sunday for the purpose of proper hygiene. a material that is burned to Food is like fuel for our bodies. produce heat or power CAocmtivpitryehension 1) What was the mole building? How does it catch earthworms? (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2) How much weight can leafcutter ants carry? What do they do with the leaf sap? (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3) What changed the way Amir thought about things? How did Amir change in the end? (2M) Ans:    4) Why should we close the tap after using it? (TB, C-Q1, Pg. 93) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� Savings 13 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 13 13-09-2019 15:15:41

5) Where do the moles save their food? Why do leafcutter ants grow the fungus? (TB, C-Qs2 & 3, Pg. 93) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6) List the things that humans should save. (TB, C-Q4, Pg. 93) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7) What are the things that we can save? Why should we save them? (TB, C-Q5, Pg. 93) (2M) Ans:    ������������������������������������������������������������������������� VAacltuiveit-ybased Questions 8) If you could choose any one resource to be in endless quantities, what would it be? Give reasons for your answer. (2M) Ans:   9) List any four actions that you will do from today to save important resources. (2M) Ans:    14 13-09-2019 15:15:41 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 14

PAocetitvryityAppreciation 10) Where do squirrels store their food? (2M) Ans:  11) What do you learn from this poem? (2M) Ans:   12) Where do ants pile their food? Where do the crocodiles save? (TB, C-Qs1 & 2, Pg. 97) (2M) Ans:  13) What do you save? Why is it needed? (TB, C-Q3, Pg. 97) (2M) Ans:   AVocctivaibtyulary and Grammar 14) Answer the questions in the simple past or future tense, using the clues given. (1M per question) a) What did you drink last night? (juice) Ans:  b) What will the fisherman catch? (fish) Ans:  c) When did you clean your bedroom? (last week) Ans:  d) Where did you go last month? (village) Ans:  Savings 15 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 15 13-09-2019 15:15:42

e) Who will bake the cake for Sara’s birthday? (younger sister) Ans:  15) Read the sentences and choose the correct meanings of the emboldened words. (1M per question) a) My favourite channel is the National Geographic. i. a narrow passage ii. a television station b) I have a tiny mole on my nose. i. a natural dark spot on someone’s skin ii. a small rat-like creature c) I am going to the store with my father to buy vegetables and fruits. i. to save for later use ii. another name for a shop d) We could not sit at this table as it was reserved for someone else. i. arrange a room, seat or ticket for later use ii. to keep something available for use when needed e) Minisha worked during her holidays to save money to buy a new dress. i. to protect or rescue someone ii. to keep something for future use 16 13-09-2019 15:15:42 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 16

SApcetiavkity 16) Find a partner and discuss the following questions with each other. Then, some pairs can share their views with the class as a whole. • Why does the environment need our help? • How can we help at school and at home? Savings 17 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 17 13-09-2019 15:15:42

Unit 2: Savings (Section 2 – pages 101–109) Warm Up Discuss the following questions with the class as a whole. a) If you were given Rs. 100, would you immediately spend it all on your favourite item or save it to buy something better after some time? b) Do you think it is important to save money? Why? WAcotridvitMyeanings Word Meaning Example festive being in a cheerful or announced celebratory mood The children shouted with purposefully joy as they were in a festive determined to tell something that is official mood on Eid. brand new moist The judge announced the winner of the competition. to do something intentionally or My sister purposefully fixed with purpose my toy. wanting to do something very I was determined to find badly and not allowing anyone out the truth about the lost or anything to stop you book. completely new We shifted to a brand new building last month. slightly wet Viraj’s mother wiped her moist eyes when her son came home after ten years. 18 13-09-2019 15:15:42 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 18

CAocmtivpitryehension 1) Who were the youngest of the kids? Who were the eldest? (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2) Mention any two ways in which Senthil saved extra money. (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3) Who taught Kamali how to play the flute? Why was Kamli disappointed? (2M) Ans:  �������������������������������������������������������������������������  4) What did the children buy with the money they have? (TB, B-Q1, Pg. 105) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5) What did the grandfather announce? What happened to Jayan? (TB, B-Qs2 & 3, Pg. 105) (2M) Ans:  �������������������������������������������������������������������������  6) What did Kamli get as a gift? (TB, B-Q4, Pg. 105) (2M) Ans:  Savings 19 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 19 13-09-2019 15:15:42

7) What will you do with your savings? (TB, B-Q5, Pg. 105) (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� AVacltuiveit-ybased Questions 8) How do you think Kamali and Senthil felt after using their own savings for their flute and camera? Why? (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9) Do you think it is important to save money? Give reasons for your answer. (2M) Ans:  ������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������� AVocctivaibtyulary and Grammar 10) Fill in the blanks using the prefixes ‘re’, ‘dis’, ‘un’ and ‘pre’ correctly. (5M) Kanish’s parents like the rain. He feels that they are fair because they do not let him enjoy the rain. Sometimes, he obeys his parents and plays in the rain. His parents try their best to vent him from doing the same thing. So, as punishment they move his favourite toy from his room every time. 20 13-09-2019 15:15:42 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 20

11) Find the opposites of these words in the lesson and write them down. (5M) a) earn X b) foolish X c) unwanted X d) sell X e) ashamed X Activity 12) Get into groups of four. If you were given Rs. 250 at the start of the month, how would you spend it? Fill in the sheet with your answers. You can also do some things to save some extra money. Wtohsaatvweimll yoonueyd?o Whyaotuwr imlloynoeuysopennd 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 Savings 21 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 21 13-09-2019 15:15:43

PArcotjievcittyWork Find partners and make groups of three. Each group must come up with ten ways of saving resources in the school. You can write down your points and draw pictures on chart papers to showcase your presentation. Make sure that each point is practical and can be carried out easily. 22 13-09-2019 15:15:43 Pinnacle G4_Term 2_WB.indb 22

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