Download Ncert Solutions For Class 9 Social Science History Chapter 7 Everyday Life, Culture And Politics
• What does the sports curriculum of a nineteenth century girls school tell us about the behaviour considered proper for girls at that time?
Question 1. Imagine a conversation between Thomas Arnold, the headmaster of Rugby School, and Mahatma Gandhi on the value of cricket in education. What would each say? Write out a conversation in the form of a dialogue.
Question 2. Find out the history of any one local sport. Ask your parents and grandparents how this game was played in their childhood. See whether it is played in the same way now. Try and think of the historical forces that might account for the changes.
Question 1. Test cricket is a unique game in many ways. Discuss some of the ways in which it is different from other team games. How are the peculiarities of Test cricket shaped by its historical beginnings as a village game?
Question 2. Describe one way in which in the nineteenth century, technology brought about a change in equipment and give one example where no change in equipment took place.
Question 3. Explain why cricket became popular in India and the West Indies. Can you give reasons why it did not become popular in countries in South America?
Question 4. Give brief explanations for the following:
• The Parsis were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India.
• Mahatma Gandhi condemned the Pentangular tournament.
• The name of the ICC was changed from the Imperial Cricket Conference to the International Cricket Conference.
• The significance of the shift of the ICC headquarters from London to Dubai
Question 5. How have advances in technology, especially television technology, affected the development of contemporary cricket?
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