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English Attack

  1. 1. Sharing Session With All Year 6 Teachers SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN PAYA 02400 BESERI PERLIS RBA0027 TEL & FAX : 04-9381771
  2. 2. YEAR 6 CLASSES 2013 • 3 CLASSES : 1. 6 CEMERLANG (A)– PN AZIRAH BT ZAKARIA 2. 6 TEKUN(B) - PN SHARIDA BT MAT ARIFF 3. 6 GIGIH (C ) - PN ZAINARIAH BT MD ZAIN • 68 CANDIDATES • UPSR 2013 – 18 A’s (88 %)
  3. 3. ENGLISH ATTACK • July –September • Put the pupils in small groups – based on the results (JUNE) Groups Marks Target (UPSR) G1 (Potential Attt) 80-83 90 G2 (Potential Att) 73-79 85 G3 (Potential At) 69-72 80 G4 (Potential Btt) 64-68 75 G5 (Potential Bt) 60-63 70
  4. 4. IMPLEMETATION • Teaching and Learning Hours & Extra Classes • Paper 1 & 2 • Materials - past year questions & - other states questions • Drilling the questions • Paper 2 – Section by section
  5. 5. Group 1 (Potential Attt) • Focus more on Section C, Paper 2 • Their writing must have similes, idioms, proverbs and new words, phrase or sentence • Same exercises will be given 2 or 3 times • BUT the pupils must increase their marks even though 1 mark. • IF they couldn’t increase, they have to do it again.
  6. 6. Group 1(Potential Attt) • Section A – compulsory to write 1 simple, 2 compound and 2 complex sentences • Marks – must be 8 – 9 • Section B – compulsory to get 10 marks for filling in the table and 4 marks for giving the reasons.
  7. 7. Group 2(Potential Att) • Focus more on Section C, Paper 2 • Their writing must have similes, idioms and new words • Same exercises will be given 2 or 3 times • BUT the pupils must increase their marks even though 1 mark. • IF they couldn’t increase, they have to do it again.
  8. 8. Group 2(Potential Att) • Section A – compulsory to write 1 simple, 2 compound and 2 complex sentences • Marks – must be 8 – 9 • Section B – compulsory to get 10 marks for filling in the table and 4 marks for giving the reasons.
  9. 9. Group 3(Potential At) • Focus more on Section C, Paper 2 • Their writing must have similes and idioms • Same exercises will be given 2 or 3 times • BUT the pupils must increase their marks even though 1 mark. • IF they couldn’t increase, they have to do it again.
  10. 10. Group 3(Potential At) • Section A – compulsory to write 1 simple, 3 compound and 1 complex sentences • Marks – must be 8 – 9 • Section B – compulsory to get 10 marks for filling in the table and 4 marks for giving the reasons.
  11. 11. Group 4(Potential Btt) • Focus more on Section C, Paper 2 • Their writing must have similes and idiom • Same exercises will be given 2 or 3 times • BUT the pupils must increase their marks even though 1 mark. • IF they couldn’t increase, they have to do it again.
  12. 12. Group 4(Potential Btt) • Section A – compulsory to write 1 simple, 4 compound (1 complex sentences-optional) • Marks – must be 7 – 9 • Section B – compulsory to get 10 marks for filling in the table and 4 marks for giving the reasons.
  13. 13. Group 5(Potential Bt) • Focus more on Section C, Paper 2 • Their writing must have similes • Same exercises will be given 2 or 3 times • BUT the pupils must increase their marks even though 1 mark. • IF they couldn’t increase, they have to do it again.
  14. 14. Group 5(Potential Bt) • Section A – compulsory to write 1 simple, 4 compound sentences • Marks – must be 7 – 8 • Section B – compulsory to get 10 marks for filling in the table and 4 marks for giving the reasons.
  15. 15. SECTION C -Introduction (sample) • Qayyum, who is my cousin, is twelve years old. He is active and mischievous. He lives in a village which is 5 kilometres away from his school. Qayyum walks to school every day. • Elina, who is my classmate, enjoys reading during her free time. She will borrow any reading materials such as books and magazines to read. She says reading will widen her knowledge.
  16. 16. SECTION C-Introduction (sample) • Aaron, who has a heart of gold, likes to give a helping hand to anyone who is in trouble. He lives in a beautiful house located beside a waterfall. He studies in Sekolah Kebangsaan _____________. His hobby is fishing. • Sabri, who is a brilliant and diligent boy comes from a poor family. He lives in an old dilapidated house located in the outskirts of Malacca. His family lives from hand to mouth. His father is a sweeper in the wholesale market near his house. Every day he walks to school.
  17. 17. SECTION C-Introduction (sample) • Adam, who is as hardworking as an ant, lives in a small house located in the heart of the town. He is an obedient boy and is in the good books of his friends and teachers.
  18. 18. SECTION C-Closure(sample) • Helping someone/ A good/kind deed: 1. The _______ was very grateful for his help. He thanked and praised him for his bravery/ honesty, kindness/ good action. He gave him/ rewarded him some money but he did not accept it/ he refused to accept it.
  19. 19. SECTION C-Closure (sample) • When he went home, he quickly told his parents about the incident. His parents were extremely proud of him. It was indeed a memorable/ an unforgettable day for him. • A camping trip 1. The days flew past and it was time for them to go home. Reluctantly, they packed and left the place. It was an unforgettable trip and they would like to go camping again.
  20. 20. SECTION C-Closure(sample) • When you have been naughty: a.He regretted his action. From that day onwards, he turned a new leaf. He promised to listen to his parents’ advice.
  21. 21. PAPER 1 •Drilling - section by section •Worksheets- PAST YEAR QUESTIONS and OTHER STATES QUESTIONS
  22. 22. PAPER 1 • Encourage the pupils to answer : 1. Section C (grammar) 2. Section D (close passage) 3. Section A (vocabulary) 4. Section B (social expressions) 5. Section E (comprehensions) • They must find and underline the keywords -grammar(Section C & D) or vocabulary (Section A & D) • Section E - encourage them to use a ruler when they are reading - number of lines beside the passage - they must write the question numbers in given passage(get the answers)
  23. 23. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT TRY YOUR BEST DON’T GIVE UP THANK YOU

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