Wednesday 19 June 2024

Class 11 Chapter 1: What is Psychology? | Questions and Answers #eduvictors #Class11Psychology

Class 11 Chapter 1: What is Psychology? | Questions and Answers

Class 11 Chapter 1: What is Psychology? | Questions and Answers #eduvictors #Class11Psychology
Question 1: What school of psychological thought focuses on breaking down mental processes into basic components?

Answer: Structuralism


Question 2: Which psychological approach emphasizes observable behaviour?

Answer: Behaviourism

Wednesday 12 June 2024

Class 10 English Summer Holidays Home Work 2024 #CBSENotes #eduvictors

Class 10 English Summer Holidays Home Work 2024

Class 10 English Summer Holidays Home Work 2024  #CBSENotes #eduvictors


You are Rohan Sharma/ Ritu Sharma, a student of Vintage Public School, Pitam Pura, Delhi. You have lost your library card. Write an application in about 120-150 words to the Librarian of your school, requesting her to issue you a new library card. Give all the necessary details.

Tuesday 28 May 2024

पर्यावरण का दुश्मन: शहरीकरण विषय पर लगभग 200 शब्दों में निबंध निखिए। #eduvictors #HindiEssays

पर्यावरण का दुश्मन: शहरीकरण विषय पर लगभग 200 शब्दों में निबंध निखिए।

पर्यावरण का दुश्मन: शहरीकरण विषय पर लगभग 200 शब्दों में निबंध निखिए। #eduvictors #HindiEssays

पर्यावरण का दुश्मन: शहरीकरण

आज के युग में शहरीकरण एक अत्यंत महत्वपूर्ण प्रक्रिया है। गाँवों से लोग बेहतर जीवन, शिक्षा और रोजगार के अवसरों की तलाश में शहरों की ओर पलायन कर रहे हैं। यह प्रगति का प्रतीक भी माना जाता है।

Friday 24 May 2024

Class 7 English | Summer Holidays Home Work 2024-25 #eduvictors #holidayshomework

Class 7 English | Summer Holidays Home Work 2024-25

Class 7 English | Summer Holidays Home Work 2024-25 #eduvictors #holidayshomework


1.You are Abhinav Sinha, a resident of 121 Paschim Vihar, Delhi. The residents of your locality face a lot of inconvenience due to the non-functioning street lights. The condition worsens in winter as it gets dark early. Write a letter to the Municipal Corporation of Delhi in 100-120 words, requesting to fix the issue at the earliest.

Tuesday 14 May 2024

The Brook: Poem Summary | Class 9 English (Comm.) #eduvictors #class9English

 The Brook: Poem Summary | Class 9 English (Comm.)

The Brook: Poem Summary | Class 9 English (Comm.) #eduvictors #class9English


About the poem:

The poet narrates the story of a brook talking like it was a person in this poem. It starts with the brook telling us where it started from, and the different landscapes it covered as it made its way towards the river where it ended. When he compares the way the brook continues running with human beings who die after some time, he likens it to one`s life journey. However, unlike people who die at some point after having lived for a given period of time but the stream continues flowing as ever thus eternalizes life itself; death does not touch it at all costs; the water course goes forth anew always thanks once again also with us!


Summary (Stanza wise)

The poem "The Brook" describes the journey of a brook as it flows through various landscapes.

I come from haunts of coot and hern;

I make a sudden sally

And sparkle out among the fern,

To bicker down a valley.


Paraphrasing: The brook starts its journey in a place frequented by coots and herons. It flows swiftly and emerges among ferns, making its way down a valley.



By thirty hills I hurry down,

Or slip between the ridges,

By twenty thorpes, a little town,

And half a hundred bridges.


Paraphrasing: It rushes past thirty hills and flows through narrow ridges, passing by twenty small villages and fifty bridges.

 

Till last by Philip’s farm I flow

To join the brimming river,

For men may come and men may go,

But I go on for ever.


Paraphrasing: Eventually, the brook reaches Philip's farm, where it joins a larger river. The brook reflects on the constancy of its flow compared to the transient nature of human life.


I chatter over stony ways,

In little sharps and trebles,

I bubble into eddying bays,

I babble on the pebbles.


Paraphrasing: The brook describes its journey, making noise as it flows over stones, forming small bays and bubbling over pebbles. It flows happily and makes a bubbling sound.


With many a curve in my banks I fret

By many a field and fallow,

And many a fairy foreland set

With willow-weed and mallow.


Paraphrasing: It meanders through fields and meadows, passing by fairy-like landscapes with willow-weed and hairy stem plants.


I chatter, chatter, as I flow

To join the brimming river

For men may come and men may go,

But I go on for ever.


I wind about, and in and out,

With here a blossom sailing,

And here and there a lusty trout,

And here and there a grayling,


And here and there  a foamy flake

Upon me, as I travel

With many a silvery waterbreak

Above the golden gravel,


Paraphrasing: The brook continues its journey, encountering blossoms, trout, and grayling fish along the way. It flows over golden gravel and carries them along with it. It moves in a zig zag manner carrying a foamy flake on its surface.



And draw them all along, 

and flow To join the brimming river

For men may come and men may go,

But I go on for ever. 


I steal by lawns and grassy plots, 

I slide by hazel covers 

I move the sweet forget-me-nots

That grow for happy lovers. 


Paraphrasing: It flows past lawns and hazel covers, gently moving forget-me-nots that grow for lovers. It glides smoothly, reflecting the sun's rays on its sandy shallows.


I slip, I slide, I gloom, I glance,

Among my skimming swallows; 

I make the netted sunbeam dance

Against my sandy shallows.


I murmur under moon and stars

In brambly wildernesses; 

I linger by my shingly bars; 

I loiter round my cresses;


And out again I curve and flow

To join the brimming river,

For men may come and men may go,

But I go on for ever.


Paraphrasing: The brook murmurs under the moon and stars, flowing through wild, brambly areas. It pauses around its sandy bars and cresses before continuing its journey.


Throughout its course, the brook reflects on the unchanging nature of its flow, contrasting with the transient nature of human existence.


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Thursday 9 May 2024

Class 10 - Biology - Life Processes - Question Bank - Very Short Answer Based Questions #eduvictors #class10Biology

Class 10 Biology – Life Processes (Worksheet 1)

Class 10 - Biology - Life Processes - Question Bank - Very Short Answer Based Questions #eduvictors #class10Biology


Very Short Answer Based Questions

Q1: What is the common name of the buccal cavity?
Q2: Name the enzyme present in saliva?
Q3: Which organ releases gastric juice?
Q4: Name the digestive juice(s) the small intestine receives.
Q5: Name the largest digestive gland.
Q6: What is the length of the small intestine in a human adult?

Monday 29 April 2024

Class 9 - English Communicative - Road Not Taken - Poetic Devices #eduvictors

 Class 9 - English Communicative - Road Not Taken - Poetic Devices

Class 9 - English Communicative - Road Not Taken - Poetic Devices  #eduvictors


Rhyme scheme: abaab cdccd efeef ghggh


Poetic devices used in the poem


Metaphor

The diverging roads symbolize life choices and paths taken.

The word undergrowth stands for the future into which the poet cannot see.

Monday 15 April 2024

Class 10 English (Comm.): Poem | The Frog and the Nightingale | Vikram Seth | Summary and Question and Answers |#eduvictors

The Frog and the Nightingale

By: Vikram Seth

Class 10 English (Comm.): Poem | The Frog and the Nightingale | Vikram Seth | Summary and Question and Answers |#eduvictors


Summary:

The poem tells the story of a boastful frog and a talented nightingale. Every night, the frog sings terribly, much to the annoyance of the other creatures in the bog. One night, a beautiful song fills the air – it's the nightingale singing for the first time. The frog is awestruck by her song.

Tuesday 2 April 2024

Class 12 English Core Lost Spring Q & A Part 2 #class12English #eduvictors

 Class 12 English Core Lost Spring Q & A Part 2

Class 12 English Core Lost Spring Q & A Part 2 #class12English #eduvictors


Q1. Who is Mukesh and what is his dream?

Answer: Mukesh comes from a family of bangle craftsmen in Firozabad, where every household is involved in bangle production. They reside in incomplete dwellings and malodorous alleys. When questioned, Mukesh expresses, "I aspire to become a motor mechanic and learn to drive a car." This desire reflects his ambition to be independent and in control of his own destiny