COMPOSITE Lesson Records by Yeo Yam Hwee                                                                                  ...
Tues    3D   2   FOCUS: Paper 1 Situational Writing   EXECUTION                                                  REFLECTIO...
day. After the course, we will be better able to                                                   strategise the time tha...
3B   3   FOCUS: Post-mortem of Continual     EXECUTION                           REFLECTION                 Assessment    ...
Secondary 2 NA Literature           3 NA Character Development                      Class 3D Home RoomTerm Two Week Four  ...
Emily behaves differently to different people.                                                     Explain how the party r...
Thurs   2C   1   FOCUS – Continual Assessment          EXECUTION                                        REFLECTION14April ...
Question 2(a) Only Gan Eng Swee, the old man of theGan family, seems to have favoured Emilyand thus made her, his daughter...
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  1. 1. COMPOSITE Lesson Records by Yeo Yam Hwee SEMESTER 1.2011 Secondary N Level 1189 40% 60/60 marks N Level 1189 40% 80/80 marks N Level 1189 20% 40/40 marksTerm Two Week Four Three NORMAL O Level 1127 40% 60/60 marks O Level 1127 40% 50/50 marks O Level 1127 20% 40/40 marks ACADEM English English English IC Paper 1 (both N/O levels) Paper 2 (1189) Paper 3 (both N/O levels) Class Periods Free Choice Composition 30/30 CLOZE 15/15 Reading Aloud 12/12 Situational Writing 30/30 Reading Comprehension 40/40 Picture Discussion 12/12 Vocabulary 5/5 Conversation 16/16 Summary Writing 20/20 Paper 2 (1127) Reading Comprehension 20/20 Vocabulary 5/5 Summary Writing 25/25Mon 3D 2 FOCUS: Paper 1 Situational Writing EXECUTION REFLECTION11April Formal Letter Writing Part 1 Revision – Letter Writing – Format The students learnt and forgot and it and Content was difficult to break the vicious Unpacking the Situational Writing cycle. question based on R – Your role as a student-writer A – Your audience P - Your purpose in writing F - The FORM in which your writing task is going to take shape 3B 2 FOCUS: Paper 1 Situational Writing EXECUTION REFLECTION Formal Letter Writing Part 1 As above As above 3C 2 FOCUS: Paper 1 Situational Writing EXECUTION REFLECTION Formal Letter Writing Part 1 As above As above 1
  2. 2. Tues 3D 2 FOCUS: Paper 1 Situational Writing EXECUTION REFLECTION12April Formal Letter Writing Part 2 Revision continued as in Part 1 As above 3B 2 FOCUS: Paper 1 Situational Writing EXECUTION REFLECTION Formal Letter Writing Part 2 As above As above 3C 2 FOCUS: Paper 1 Situational Writing EXECUTION REFLECTION Formal Letter Writing Part 2 As above As aboveWed 3D 2 FOCUS: Continual Assessment EXECUTION REFLECTION13 Situational Writing Section Two (30 marks) Important to conduct this test as partApril Begin your answer on a fresh page. You are advised to write between 250 and 350 of process to prepare students for words for this section. the MYE 2011. You should read the information carefully and plan your answer before beginning to write. The principal of your school has agreed to hold an enrichment course in the June vacation for senior students like yourself but there is only sufficient time to conduct one course. You will be given instruction on a useful subject that is not already covered in the school curriculum. The subject will be chosen by you and your classmates. As a class chairperson, you have been asked to select a course for your class, based on the following suggestions received: Effective Time Management Course I believe this course will be very useful in helping us use our time wisely. The course will teach us how to make decisions on what should be done first and how to make the most of the hours we have in a 2
  3. 3. day. After the course, we will be better able to strategise the time that we have and complete the work we have while having more time to do the things we like. Effective Relationship Management Course I believe that this course will be very useful in our interactions with people, whether with friends or strangers. The course will teach us how to interact with other people better and how to resolve any disputes that may come up over the course of a relationship. After the course, we will be able to make friends more easily and be better able to keep the friends that we have. Write a letter in which you explain to your Principal which of the two courses would be the most beneficial for your class and the reasons for your choice. Elaborate on any possible impact the course will have on the future of the students. Set your letter out correctly, in clear accurate English. Use a persuasive tone to convince your Principal to accept your choice. 3B 2 FOCUS: Continual Assessment EXECUTION REFLECTION Situational Writing As above As above 3C 2 FOCUS: Continual Assessment EXECUTION REFLECTION Situational Writing As above As aboveThurs 3C 2 FOCUS: Post-mortem of Continual EXECUTION REFLECTION14April Assessment Teacher went through Situational Important to point out to students Writing question with students. what the examiner was looking for in the question and from their answers. 3D 1 FOCUS: Post-mortem of Continual EXECUTION REFLECTION Assessment As above. As above 3
  4. 4. 3B 3 FOCUS: Post-mortem of Continual EXECUTION REFLECTION Assessment Teacher conducted timed condition It was important to keep the class activity with students. momentum going. FOCUS: November 2010 – The Bees and the bee-keepers Weekend Homework – November 2010 The Bees and the Bee-keepersFri 3D 2 .FOCUS: Paper 2 – November 2010 EXECUTION REFLECTION15April The Bees and The Bee-keepers As above As above Weekend Homework – Summary Question 3C 1 FOCUS: Paper 2 – November 2010 EXECUTION REFLECTION The Bees and the Bee-keepers As above As above Weekend Homework – Summary Question 4
  5. 5. Secondary 2 NA Literature 3 NA Character Development Class 3D Home RoomTerm Two Week Four Class Periods Genre: Play Text: Emily of Emerald Hill Unseen Prose Unseen PoemMon 2B 1 FOCUS EXECUTION REFLECTION11April Short Story – The Necklace by Guy Teacher and students read aloud the Important to do a final check on de Maupassant short story in class so that everybody students’ understanding and might enjoy the story together. appreciation of the story. Teacher also used the opportunity to clarify any doubts students might have concerning the story.Tues 2C 2 FOCUS EXECUTION REFLECTION12April Graded Assessment – Emily of Students attempted either Question 1 or Important for students in this class Emerald Hill – Structured Essay Question 2 of the Graded Assessment . to understand and appreciate the Question 1 importance of writing an essay on a (a) Emily continues with her father-in-law’s set play under timed condition. social tradition in entertaining and playing host to guests in her many parties at Emerald Hill. What are the advantages she gains from doing so? (b) When she is entertaining her guests, 5
  6. 6. Emily behaves differently to different people. Explain how the party reveals that Emily is conscious of her status and appearance. OR Question 2 (a) Only Gan Eng Swee, the old man of the Gan family, seems to have favoured Emily and thus made her, his daughter-in-law. Explain briefly her disadvantages and difficulties in the Gan household after she is married to Joo Kheong. (b) Her strong ability to manipulate or win people over to her side has helped her rise to her husband’s family stratum. Discuss the various ways she wins over the people around her to overcome her challenges. 3D 2 FOCUS EXECUTION REFLECTION Service Learning Group activity conducted for groups Nothing in particular to determine and finalise plans for service learning.Wed 3D 1 FOCUS EXECUTION REFLECTION13April Service Learning As above Nothing in particular Housekeeping Matters 3D 1 FOCUS EXECUTION REFLECTION NRIC Registration for 3D students As above Nothing in particular Service learning Housekeeping Matters The Little Bluebook Time 6
  7. 7. Thurs 2C 1 FOCUS – Continual Assessment EXECUTION REFLECTION14April Graded Assessment 1(a) Explain why Madame Mathilde Loisel is Important to get students ready for The Necklace unhappy and discontented with her life. Do MYE 2011 you sympathise with her? Support your answer by close reference to the short story, The Necklace. 1(b) How has the loss of the necklace affected and changed the lives of both Monsieur and Madame Loisel? 1(c) Do you thiink the ending of the story is surprising? Why do you think the author of the story, Maupassant, chooses to end the story in this manner?Fri 2B 2 FOCUS – Continual Assessment EXECUTION REFLECTION15April Graded Assessments 1 and 2 Sructured Essay [1] As above Structured Essay [1] – EOEH Students attempted either Question 1 or Structured Essay [2] – The Necklace Question 2 of the Graded Assessment . Question 1 (a) Emily continues with her father-in-law’s social tradition in entertaining and playing host to guests in her many parties at Emerald Hill. What are the advantages she gains from doing so? (b) When she is entertaining her guests, Emily behaves differently to different people. Explain how the party reveals that Emily is conscious of her status and appearance. OR 7
  8. 8. Question 2(a) Only Gan Eng Swee, the old man of theGan family, seems to have favoured Emilyand thus made her, his daughter-in-law.Explain briefly her disadvantages anddifficulties in the Gan household after she ismarried to Joo Kheong.(b) Her strong ability to manipulate or winpeople over to her side has helped her rise toher husband’s family stratum. Discuss thevarious ways she wins over the peoplearound her to overcome her challenges.Structured Essay [2]1(a) Explain why Madame Mathilde Loisel isunhappy and discontented with her life. Doyou sympathise with her? Support youranswer by close reference to the short story,The Necklace.1(b) How has the loss of the necklace affectedand changed the lives of both Monsieur andMadame Loisel?1(c) Do you thiink the ending of the story issurprising? Why do you think the author ofthe story, Maupassant, chooses to end thestory in this manner? 8
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