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An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum Class 12 MCQ Questions with Answers
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Question.- What does the poet portray in the poem?
A) young minds
B) playfulness of the children
C) questions of young mind
D) the plight of young children in the slums
Question.- What does the poet compare the poem?
A) between young and old
B) generation gaps
C) old age and childhood
D) rich (haves) and poor children (have nots)
Question. – What do the faces of children in the slum areas reflect?
B) their aspirations
C) their happiness
D) sadness and lack of enthusiasm
Question. -What is ironical about the wall hangings and donations in the class room?
A) set up in very clean environment
B) completely opposite to the needs of the children in the class room
C) set up in happy environment
D) set up in gloomy set up
Question. -What was the boy with rat’s eyes trying to escape from?
A) bright light outside
B) openness of trees
C) dim light of the class
D) children in the room
Question. – Why are the pictures and maps meaning less?
A) they show beauty
B) they show hope
C) they show vastness- opposite to the world and needs of the chidden in the class room
D) All these
Question. – How can powerful people help the poor children?
A) by fighting with the government
B) by fighting with the powerful
C) by bridging gaps of inequalities and injustice
D) by fighting with the rich
Question. -What does the poem describe?
A) elementary school class room in a slum
B) social set up
C) different mind sets
D) beauty of the surroundings
Question. -What does the poet wish for the children of the slums?
A) He wish them to be happy and healthy
B) He wishes good change for them
C) he wants them to lead a healthy and happy life
D) All these
Question. “Far far from gusty waves these children’ s faces. Like root less weeds, the hair torn round their pallor”: what do these words express?
A) poor plight of the ground
B) poor plight of children’s homes
C) poor plight of teachers
D) poor plight of the slum children
Question. Who was sitting at the back of the dim class?
A) a girl
B) an old man
C) a teacher
D) an unnoticed young boy
Question. Who is the unlucky heir and what will he inherit?
A) a fat boy and will inherit good health
B) a short boy and will inherit good height
C) an intelligent boy and will inherit intelligence
D) thin boy with rat’s eyes and will inherit twisted bones from his father
Question. What is the stunted boy reciting?
A) a happy song
B) a religious song
C) a sad song
D) a lesson from desk
Question. -Awarding the world its world ‘what do these words express?
A) the world is ours
B) the world is yours
C) the world belong to the poor
D) the world belongs to the rich and powerful
Question. -In what sense are the slum chidren different?
A) their IQ
B) their wisdom
C) their dresses
D) because of no access to hope and openness of the world
Question.-What kind of future the slum children have?
A) very hopeful
C) clear like water
D) hopeless and uncertain
Question. -What attracts the slum children?
A) The animals
B) The movies
C) ice cream
D) All beautiful things like a ship, Sun
Question. -What do the words’ From fog to end less night’ mean?
A) bright light outside
B) bright future
D) Dark and uncertain future of slum children from birth to death
Question. -Mention any two images used to explain the plight of the slum children.
A) open handed map
B) from his desk
C) belled, flowery
D) foggy slum sand bottle bits on stones
Question. -What have the windows done to the children’s lives in the poem?
A) shut the doors
B) blocked the passage
C) clocked the Sun light
D) have shut the children in side and blocked their growth