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the long thursday<br />14th July<br />st. hilda’s secondary<br />tp one: ArmanAlluwie<br />
what we will achieve today<br />before 9.45am I would have<br />listened to the feedback from our last summary exercise<br...
feedback<br />reasons<br />something which provides an explanation<br />may not be true for everyone<br />what’s the diffe...
feedback<br />anything wrong with this summary?<br />Some people run marathons as a personal challenge as they believe in ...
feedback<br />one conjunction maximum two clauses<br />Some people run marathons as a personal challenge as they believe i...
masochistic (adjective)<br />the enjoyment of an activity or situation that most people would find very unpleasant<br />Ad...
honor roll<br />
Patricia Tay<br />Some people run the marathon for the simple joy of running. Other people might take running the marathon...
Deswinne<br />Some run it as a personal challenge by training and pushing themselves to their limits. Others simply run fo...
Nicole Rammesh<br />Some people run the marathon as a personal challenge, to train and push themselves to stretch limit. O...
Afiqah<br />There are various reasons why people run the marathon. Some run the marathon as a personal challenge. Others r...
Gabriel Ng<br />People run marathons for various reasons, some run it as a personal challenge while others run because of ...
the typos<br />(line 7) “What number did you dial?” could hardly keep the exasperation out of her voice she asked.<br />(l...
the last summary (i promise)<br />read the question and underline the<br />topic<br />other instructions<br />source<br />...
now read the passage<br />check the meaning of the words you don’t understand<br />woebegone (line 14)<br />cajoling (line...
refer back to the box “making notes” on your answer page<br />notice how the boxes are numbered<br />Hint:<br />1. asked f...
now lets start underlining the points<br />what the caller wanted<br />how Mary responded<br />why she responded the way s...
You may want to start like this..<br />“At first, the caller asked to speak to “Jasmine”. Mary told him he had the wrong n...
the well deserved video<br />
situational writing<br />what is situational writing?<br />what is the format for a letter?<br />informal letter<br />usua...
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  1. 1. the long thursday<br />14th July<br />st. hilda’s secondary<br />tp one: ArmanAlluwie<br />
  2. 2. what we will achieve today<br />before 9.45am I would have<br />listened to the feedback from our last summary exercise<br />shown Mr. Arman I can do a full summary on my own<br />had fun drawing with my friends<br />
  3. 3. feedback<br />reasons<br />something which provides an explanation<br />may not be true for everyone<br />what’s the difference between “and” and “or”?<br />and: used to join two clauses together<br />or: used to connect different possibilities<br />
  4. 4. feedback<br />anything wrong with this summary?<br />Some people run marathons as a personal challenge as they believe in stretching their limits whereas some run for the simple joy of running, however there are also people that run for masochistic reasons. <br />
  5. 5. feedback<br />one conjunction maximum two clauses<br />Some people run marathons as a personal challenge as they believe in stretching their limits. While there are some who run for the simple joy of running, there are also people that run for masochistic reasons. <br />
  6. 6. masochistic (adjective)<br />the enjoyment of an activity or situation that most people would find very unpleasant<br />Adjectives<br />words which express some feature or quality of a noun or a pronoun<br />must be followed by a noun<br />
  7. 7. honor roll<br />
  8. 8. Patricia Tay<br />Some people run the marathon for the simple joy of running. Other people might take running the marathon as a personal challenge or do it for masochistic reasons.<br />(30 words)<br />simple short sentences<br />
  9. 9. Deswinne<br />Some run it as a personal challenge by training and pushing themselves to their limits. Others simply run for the joy of it. Some do it for masochistic reasons as they gain pleasure by torturing themselves by running marathons.<br />(40 words)<br />good use of the conjunction “as” <br />
  10. 10. Nicole Rammesh<br />Some people run the marathon as a personal challenge, to train and push themselves to stretch limit. Other people run for the simple joy of running, as they run for running itself. Some are even ‘masochists’, running to torture themselves.<br />(40 words)<br />made full use of word count<br />description for every point<br />
  11. 11. Afiqah<br />There are various reasons why people run the marathon. Some run the marathon as a personal challenge. Others run for the simple joy of running. But there are some people who simply take pleasure in torturing themselves.<br />(37 words)<br /><ul><li>made full use of word count</li></ul>introduction<br />
  12. 12. Gabriel Ng<br />People run marathons for various reasons, some run it as a personal challenge while others run because of the simply joy of running. Others run because they are masochists, so they take pleasure in torturing themselves. <br />(36 words)<br />varied sentence structure<br />proficient use of conjunctions<br />
  13. 13. the typos<br />(line 7) “What number did you dial?” could hardly keep the exasperation out of her voice she asked.<br />(line 12) this was Jasmine’s number<br />(line 14) at the other end of the<br />(line 25) rude toof her<br />(line 33) know how long she stood there<br />(line 41) mind: what if the caller<br />(line 47) find onno one there<br />
  14. 14. the last summary (i promise)<br />read the question and underline the<br />topic<br />other instructions<br />source<br />word limit<br />complete the first box<br />“underline and number the relevant points in the passage”<br />
  15. 15. now read the passage<br />check the meaning of the words you don’t understand<br />woebegone (line 14)<br />cajoling (line 23)<br />drawled (line 36)<br />saccharine (line 36)<br />palpable (line 42)<br />
  16. 16. refer back to the box “making notes” on your answer page<br />notice how the boxes are numbered<br />Hint:<br />1. asked for “Jasmine”<br />2. told him he had the wrong number<br />3. wanted a chat with Mary<br />
  17. 17. now lets start underlining the points<br />what the caller wanted<br />how Mary responded<br />why she responded the way she did<br />
  18. 18. You may want to start like this..<br />“At first, the caller asked to speak to “Jasmine”. Mary told him he had the wrong number… “<br />its not compulsory to do so.<br />
  19. 19. the well deserved video<br />
  20. 20. situational writing<br />what is situational writing?<br />what is the format for a letter?<br />informal letter<br />usually to?<br />what do we talk about?<br />
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