How is ‘Shakespeare wicked and the map a bad example’ for the children of the school in a slum?

How is ‘Shakespeare wicked and the map a bad example’ for the children of the school in a slum? [CBSE (AI) 2016]

Answer: Both represent a beautiful world and high values that the slum children will have never experienced. Since the slum children cannot relate to these things, there was no point in giving such examples.


How is ‘Shakespeare wicked and the map a bad example’ for the children of the school in a slum?


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