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Đề cương ôn tập giữa học kì 1 môn Ngữ văn 6 sách Cánh diều Ôn tập giữa kì 1 Văn 6 năm 2022 – 2023

Syllabus for mid-semester review of Literature 6 Kite books synthesize all the knowledge of the text, Vietnamese, practice writing, and 4 midterm review topics. Thereby, helping students to prepare for the midterm exam of the first semester 2022 – 2023 to achieve high results. .

At the same time, it also helps teachers to refer to guide students to study well in the middle of term 1 according to the new program. In addition, you can refer to the mid-term 1 of Literature and 6 books of Kite. Invite teachers and students to follow the following article of Thoidaihaitac.vn:

Syllabus for mid-semester review of Literature 6 Kite books

  • Focus on mid-term review of Literature 6
  • Syllabus for mid-term review of Literature 6, 2022 – 2023
  • Reference question for midterm exam 1 in Literature 6

a. Saint Giong:

* Genre: Fiction.

* Main mode of expression: Narrative.

* Narrator: third person.

* Characters: Boy Giong (main character), mother, messenger, enemy An, king, villager…

* Main events:

  • The Birth of Saint Giong.
  • Saint Giong knew how to speak and accepted responsibility for fighting the enemy.
  • Saint Giong grew as fast as the wind.
  • Saint Giong stretched his shoulders to become a warrior riding an iron horse to fight the enemy and defeat the enemy.
  • The king named Phu Dong Thien Vuong and the remains of Saint Giong.

* Art, content:

– Art:

  • Build the image of a hero saving the country with magical colors, many imaginative details, rich in meaning.
  • The story is associated with customs, places, strange and unusual details.

– Content:

  • Saint Giong is a noble image of a hero fighting the enemy according to the people’s concept.
  • Saint Giong is the people’s dream about the strength of the nation’s self-reliance.
  • The story reflects the history of our forefathers fighting against foreign invaders in the ancient times: the Hung Kings era.
  • There is still a temple to worship Saint Giong in Gia Lam, Hanoi, every year there is a Giong festival.

– Detailed feeling: Giong’s first voice was the voice that demanded to go to war


  • Praising the sense of fighting the enemy to save the country in the image of Giong. Consciousness for the country is put first for the hero.
  • The sense of fighting the enemy to save the country gives the hero extraordinary and miraculous abilities and actions.

b. Thach Sanh:

* Genre: Fairy tales

* Main mode of expression: Narrative

* Narrative person: third person

* Characters: Thach Sanh – A heroic character (orphan, with strange talents), Ly Thong, mother Ly Thong, Princess, Crown Prince and son of King Thuy Te, Chan Tinh, Eagle, army of 11 countries pharynx.

* Main events:

  • Thach Sanh was born
  • Thach Sanh grew up learning martial arts and magic.
  • Thach Sanh made a brotherhood with Ly Thong.
  • Ly Thong’s mother and daughter tricked Thach Sanh to die in his stead.
  • Thach Sanh destroyed the ogre robbed by Ly Thong.
  • Thach Sanh killed the eagle to save the princess, but was robbed again.
  • Thach Sanh destroyed the lake and saved the prince who was falsely imprisoned.
  • Thach Sanh was unjustly married to the princess.
  • Thach Sanh defeated the army of 18 vassal countries and ascended the throne.

* Content, art:

– Art:

  • Use magical details.
  • Arrange the facts naturally and logically.

– Content:

Tells about the heroic man who killed the ogre, killed the eagle, saved the victim, unmasked the ungrateful and resisted the invaders.

– Meaningful:

Expressing the people’s dreams and beliefs about the victory of just and honest people.

* Detailed comments:

– Magical music:

  • The sound of the piano helps the character to be unjust and liberated. Thanks to the sound of the piano, the princess was not mute, freeing TS, Ly Thong was unmasked. That is the sound of justice -> Expressing the people’s ideas and dreams of justice.
  • The sound of the lute made the army of 18 vassal countries roll up their armor and beg for surrender. The sound of the piano represents the goodness and peace-loving spirit of our people. It is a special weapon to seduce enemies.

– Magic rice cooker:

  • The rice pot with extraordinary power kept eating and was full, making the 18 vassal countries have to start from contempt, ridicule, and then be surprised and admired.
  • Rice pot with the challenge of TS and the defeat of the soldiers of 18 vassal countries => the strange nature of the rice pot and the talent of Thach Sanh.
  • The magic pot of rice symbolizes the humanity and peace-loving thought of the people.

2. Poetry text:

Oh my mother’s hand; Visiting mother; Three folk songs about family love.

* Features of hexagonal poetry:

  • Line of poetry: consists of alternating 6- and 8-hour verses.
  • The poem is rhymed specifically for the hexagon: the sixth syllable of the hexagon rhymes down to the sixth syllable of the octet; the eighth syllable of the bowl line sows the sixth syllable of the next green line
  • Poetry tempo: 2/2/2 or 4/4 . even pauses

a. Oh my mother’s hand

* Author: Binh Nguyen.

* Genre: hexagonal poetry.

* Content, meaning, art:

– Content: The poem expresses a mother’s love for her little child.

– Meaning: Through the image of hands and lullabies, the poem successfully depicts a typical Vietnamese mother: hard work, great care, love, sacrifice…to forget herself.

– Art:

  • Rhythmic verse is rhythmic like a lullaby.
  • Harmonious coordination of rhetorical devices: metaphor, alliteration, structural allusion.

* Feel the verse Hands before the storms of life:

Mother’s hand: blocking the rain, blocking the storm through the crops

-> Strong and resilient mother in the face of all hardships and difficulties to protect her children

b. Visiting Mom:

* Author: Dinh Nam Khuong

* Genre: hexagonal poetry.

* Content, meaning, art:

– Art:

  • Poetry form hexagon ;
  • Harmonious coordination of rhetorical devices: metaphor, enumeration, personification;
  • Special leaves.

– Content: The poem expresses the feelings of a son away from home on a visit to his mother.

– Meaningful:

– The immense love of parents for us is expressed from the simplest and most simple things;

Each of us needs to know how to love, respect, appreciate and be filial to our parents.

* Feel the line of poem “Cried to love my mother more…”

The ellipsis at the end of the line:

  • The will only has a lot of choking I can’t say it, stored in my heart I can’t say it.
  • The verse seems to prolong the love and nostalgia of a child for his mother.
  • Create silence, echo in the hearts of readers.

-> Expressing choked emotion, love and gratitude for the author’s mother.

c. Three folk songs about family love.

* The concept of folk songs:

  • Folk songs are a form of traditional folk poetry of the Vietnamese nation.
  • Folk songs use many poetic forms, many of which are written in hexagonal form. Each rhyme has at least two lines.
  • Folk songs express emotional aspects, including family love.

* Content, art:

– Art

  • hexagonal poetic form
  • Sincere tone
  • Comparative, symmetrical.

– Content

The love for grandparents, parents, brothers and the love of grandparents and parents for their children is always the deepest and most sacred feelings in every person’s life.


1. Simple words and complex words (compound words, compound words):

– A single word is a word that has only one sound.

For example: grandpa, grandma, talking, laughing, walking, happy,…

A complex word is a word with two or more syllables.

For example: parents, gentle, cooperative, clean, clean connoisseurs,…

+ A compound word is a complex word made up of two or more words that are related in meaning.

For example: parents, gentle, grown up, doing business,…; bright red, green um, hard working, broken, …

+ A compound word is a complex word made up of two or more words with the same initial or rhyme sound (or both initial and rhyming sounds).

2. Rhetorical measure: Is the use of language in a special way (phonetics, vocabulary, grammar, text) to make the writing better, more beautiful, in order to increase the visual appeal, evocative in expression and create an impression. image with the reader.

3. Metaphorical measures: Metaphor is a rhetorical device, one thing or one phenomenon is named by another thing or phenomenon that has similarities with it in order to increase the evocative power of the expression.


1. Can retell a legend or fairy tale learned (or read, heard) in oral and written forms

* Steps:

B1. Prepare

B2. Find ideas and make an outline

– Find ideas: Find ideas by answering the questions:

  • Story content.
  • The events and main characters of the story.
  • The development of the story: beginning – development – ending.
  • Details, images, expressive elements, descriptions can be added.
  • Change the ending of the story.
  • Your thoughts and feelings after reading the story.

– Make an outline

  • Introduction: Introduction to the story.
  • Body: Tell in your own words according to the events.
  • Conclusion: Tell me your thoughts about the story, about the main character.

B3. Reply

  • Tell in an outline
  • Tell in your own words.

B4. Check and edit articles

Read and revise the article.

2. Tell about a memorable experience.

* Orientation:

  • Recounting a memorable experience you have about a family member (grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, …) is to tell about an incident, an action, … of that person that you have witnessed and made an impression on. deep.
  • The narrator uses the first person, saying “I”.

B1. Prepare

B2. Find ideas and make an outline

Make an outline:

– Opening: Introduce about relatives and events, situations that relatives leave a deep impression on the story.

– Main content: Select, arrange the ideas found in a logical order, tell the story development:

  • Time, space;
  • Appearance, mood;
  • Actions, gestures;
  • Words, attitudes;
  • My feelings and emotions before that action or event.

– End:

  • Express your thoughts on the heart of your loved ones towards you;
  • Express your desire to hear from the audience about the experience.

B3. Reply

  • Tell in an outline
  • Tell in your own words.

B4. Check and edit articles

Read and revise the article.

Reference question for midterm exam 1 in Literature 6

Lesson 1:

Read the passage:

“At that time, the An enemy came to invade our country. The enemy was strong, the king was afraid, so he sent messengers everywhere to look for talented people to save the country. The child heard the shout, suddenly said: “Mom came out to invite the messenger in.” The messenger came in, the child said: “You go back and tell the king to buy me an iron horse, an iron rod, a armor plate, I will destroy these enemies.” The messenger was both surprised and delighted, and hurried back to the king. The king ordered the workers day and night to make urgently what the boy told him to do.

(Excerpt from Literature 6 – Volume 1)

Question 1. The passage above is taken from which text, which genre of folklore?

Verse 2. Indicate the main mode of expression of the passage.

Verse 3. How many simple words, how many compound words, how many compound words are there in the sentence “The messenger was surprised, happy, and rushed to return to the king?”

Verse 4. What does the boy’s words in the passage above mean?

Lesson 2:

Read the following poem and answer the questions:

Spring turns tender
The flower gently opens and the scent flies
Gently move the armpit of the tree
Gently crown the purple strip of clouds horizontally

(Excerpt from Diu and Light – Nguyen Duy, About, Writers’ Association Publishing House, 1994

Question 1. Point out the words in the poem.

Verse 2. What rhetorical devices does the above poem use?

Verse 3. Write a paragraph (about 5-10 lines) analyzing the effect of personification rhetoric in the poem.

lesson 3: Read the following passage and do the tasks:


Silence even the sound of cicadas
Cicadas are also tired because of the hot summer
My house still has the sound,
Clinging to the sound of the hammock sitting mother lulled.
Lullaby has the autumn wind,
Mother’s hand fanned her mother to bring the wind back.
The stars are awake out there,
Not by the mother stayed up for us.
Tonight I slept full,
Mom is my wind for life.

(Tran Quoc Minh)

Question 1. What poetic form is the poem written in? Please describe the characteristics of the poetic form you have just found.

Verse 2. Record the 4 compound words in the poem above?

Verse 3. What rhetorical device does the two verses: “The stars are awake out there/It’s not like you were awake for us”? State the effect of that rhetorical measure.

Verse 4. What emotion does the poem above represent?

Lesson 4: Read the following passage and do the tasks:

The father as a mountain
Mother’s meaning is like water from a source
One Heart Worship Mother Glass Father
Let the word filial piety be the new religion


Question 1. What poetic form is the above poem written in? What sentiments does the above poem express?

Verse 2. Write down two simple words and two compound words in the above poem.

Verse 3. What rhetoric is used in the poem “Cong father is like Thai Son mountain”? The effect of that rhetoric?

Verse 4. How do you understand the poem “Being filial is a child’s religion”?

Question 5. What do you think about the role of family for each person?

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