UPSR Section C

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UPSR Section C

  1. 1. Section C Note Expansion Technique via 4Ps “InConSumClo” Concept Introducing four basic paragraphs in constructing a story for Section C in English Language Created by: Jen Renita binti Mappah
  2. 2. 4Ps means 4 paragraphs Paragraph 1: Introduction (In) Paragraph 2: Content (Con) Paragraph 3: Summary (Sum) Paragraph 4: Closure (Clo)
  3. 3. P1: Introduction – Good Story This is a story about a boy named Ali. He is a good boy. He is also a nice and kind person. He loves to help other people too. He is a person who is greatly liked just as an apple of the eye. This is a story about a girl named Siti. She is a good girl. She is also a nice and kind person. She loves to help other people too. She is a person who is greatly liked just as an apple of the eye.
  4. 4. P1: Introduction – Bad Story This is a story about a boy named Ali. He is a bad boy. He is also a mean and unkind person. He does not love to help other people too. He is a person who is greatly hated just as a rotten apple. This is a story about a girl named Siti. She is a bad girl. She is also a mean and unkind person. She does not love to help other people too. She is a person who is greatly hated just as a rotten apple.
  5. 5. 4Ps means 4 paragraphs Paragraph 1: Introduction (In) Paragraph 2: Content (Con) Paragraph 3: Summary (Sum) Paragraph 4: Closure (Clo)
  6. 6. P2: Content (Refer Question Given) One day/Last weekend, ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Then, After that, ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ At last, ____________________________________ ____________________________________
  7. 7. 4Ps means 4 paragraphs Paragraph 1: Introduction (In) Paragraph 2: Content (Con) Paragraph 3: Summary (Sum) Paragraph 4: Closure (Clo)
  8. 8. P3: Summary – Good/Bad Story We learned that, “Habit is a second nature”. When we make a habit of doing something good, it becomes part of our character. Besides, “One good turn deserves another”. Any help or good deed should always be repaid. We learned that, “Habit is a second nature”. When we make a habit of doing something bad, it becomes part of our character. Besides, “Prevention is better than cure”. It is better to prevent something bad from happening, than to let it happen then try to solve it.
  9. 9. 4Ps means 4 paragraphs consists of : Paragraph 1: Introduction (In) Paragraph 2: Content (Con) Paragraph 3: Summary (Sum) Paragraph 4: Closure (Clo)
  10. 10. P4: Closure – Good/Bad Story The moral of the story is, we should always follow the good behaviour or example shown because it is a good deed. The moral of the story is, we should not always follow the bad behaviour or example shown because it is not a good deed.
  11. 11. Example of Template – Good Story This is a story about a boy named Ali. He is a good boy. He is also a nice and kind person. He loves to help other people too. He is a person who is greatly liked just as an apple of the eye. One day/Last weekend, ______________ Then, After that, ____________________ At last, ____________________________
  12. 12. Example of Template – Good Story We learned that, “Habit is a second nature”. When we make a habit of doing something good, it becomes part of our character. Besides, “One good turn deserves another”. Any help or good deed should always be repaid. The moral of the story is, we should always follow the good behaviour or example shown because it is a good deed.
  13. 13. Example of Template – Bad Story This is a story about a girl named Siti. She is a bad girl. She is also a mean and unkind person. She does not love to help other people too. She is a person who is greatly hated just as a rotten apple. One day/Last weekend, ______________ Then, After that, ____________________ At last, ____________________________
  14. 14. Example of Template – Bad Story We learned that, “Habit is a second nature”. When we make a habit of doing something bad, it becomes part of our character. Besides, “Prevention is better than cure”. It is better to prevent something bad from happening, than to let it happen then try to solve it. The moral of the story is, we should not always follow the bad behaviour or example shown because it is not a good deed.
  15. 15. C1: Good Story Main character: Boy This is a story about a boy named Adrian. He is a good boy. He is also a nice and kind person. He loves to help other people too. He is a person who is greatly liked just as an apple of the eye. Adrian is a hard-working boy too. He always listen carefully to every lessons taught by his teachers. Besides, he is a helpful boy too. He likes to help to carry books to the staffroom. Other than that, he is a pleasant boy too. He always obey the school rules. He is also a friendly and polite person. Then, he always guide his friends in doing revision after school. His friends are very happy because of his good attitudes.
  16. 16. C1: Good Story Main character: Boy We learned that “Habit is a second nature”. When we make a habit of doing something good, it becomes part of our character. Besides, “One good turn deserves another”. Any help or good deed should always be repaid. The moral of the story is we should always follow the good behaviour or example shown because it is a good deed.
  17. 17. C2: Bad Story Main character: Boy This is a story about a boy named Ali. He is a bad boy. He is also a mean and unkind person. He does not loves to help other people too. He is a person who is greatly hated just as a rotten apple. One day, Ali wanted to buy firecrackers. He bought it from the illegal stall. He just ignored that played firecrackers was dangerous. Besides, he felt that he was just wanted to have fun. Then, while he was playing, suddenly, the firecrackers blew out loudly. Ali’s hand was full of blood. He screamed out in pain. Luckily, his father was just around and quickly sent him to the clinic. The doctor treated the wound. Ali was regretted and promised to himself that he will not messed-up with firecrackers anymore.
  18. 18. C31: Bad Story Main character: Boy We learned that “Habit is a second nature”. When we make a habit of doing something bad, it becomes part of our character. Besides, “Prevention is better than cure”. It is better to prevent something bad from happening, than to let it happen, then try to solve it. The moral of the story is we should not always follow the bad behaviour or example shown because it is not a good deed.
  19. 19. C3: Bad Story Main character: Boy This is a story about a boy named Aidil. He is a bad boy. He is also a mean and unkind person. He does not loves to help other people too. He is a person who is greatly hated just as a rotten apple. One day, Ali was busy at home. He was a careless boy. One night, he was watching the television until he slept late night. He did not prepared his things for school. Then, while at school, he was sleepy. He could not concentrated and suddenly fell asleep. After that, his teacher scolded him for not paying attention. Aidil was ashamed with his classmates. At last, he learned his lesson. From that day, he prepared his stuff and sleep early before the school time.
  20. 20. C1: Good Story Main character: Boy We learned that “Habit is a second nature”. When we make a habit of doing something bad, it becomes part of our character. Besides, “Prevention is better than cure”. It is better to prevent something bad from happening, than to let it happen, then try to solve it. The moral of the story is we should not always follow the bad behaviour or example shown because it is not a good deed.

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