I. Work in groups and discuss. Then write a diary entry in about 60-80 words describing your feelings and emotions for the given situations.
Imagine, you are Pongo
1. Your feelings when you caught the boy.
I am Pongo, the policeman. I work as a security guard. One day I was on duty. I saw a boy riding a cart. His pockets were bulged. I stopped him for a casual check. I found 17 oranges in his pocket. He was not a thief. He was a teenager and was scared. So I took pity and let him go. I went to my work with gentleness.
2. Your feelings and emotions when you came back and found the oranges gone
I never thought that I would get a case that day. It was quiet unfortunate. I decided to take action against this boy. I locked him in a cabin. He was frightened. He thought that he would lose his job. The policeman returned to the cabin. The oranges were the only evidence we had. But he could not find the oranges there. I was in sheer disappointment. We became helpless. So we released the boy and he went home cheerfully. The moral is "Man proposes, God disposes".