23 MARCH 20138:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. SJK (C) PA YAI
SECTION C• READ AND UNDERSTAND THE INSTRUCTION.• IDENTIFY THE MAIN CHARACTER IN THE QUESTION, USE THE PERSONAL NAME GIVEN INSTEAD OF YOUR DESIRED NAME.• OBSERVE THE PICTURES AND UNDERSTAND THE WORDS GIVEN• IDENTIFY AND WRITE YOUR SENTENCES USING THE FORM OF TENSES GIVEN.
SECTION C• INTRODUCE YOUR SUBJECT AS THE BEGINNING.• ADD IDEAS BY USING YOUR OWN WORDS – VERBS, NOUNS, ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS• USE SIMPLE AND COMPOUND SENTENCES, THOSE WHO ARE EXCELLENT SHOULD USE COMPLEX SENTENCES.• USE INTERESTING EXPRESSIONS SUCH AS SIMILES, PROVERBS AND IDIOMS.
Where are you? Cemerlang GalusPaper 1 (40) 34 18 Paper 2 7 3 Section A (10) Paper 2 12 9 Section B (15) Paper 2 11 6 Section C (15) 64 / 80 = 36 / 80 =
Section C Band Scores A 13 – 15 ( Cemerlang ) B 9 – 12 C 5 – 8 ( Galus ) D 1 – 4
How to write creativelyTo get Band A, pupils must be able to write a variety of sentences1) Simple Sentence2) Compound Sentence3) Complex Sentence ( How )
Ways to expand asentence• How I do it ? 1) who ( adjective ) 2) doing what ( adverb ) 3) when ( time ) 4) where ( place ) 5) why ( reason )
Expanding a simplesentence• Eg; The boy ran.Who ( Adjective ) The lazy boy ran.Doing What ( Adverb )The lazy boy ran quickly.
When ( time ) After school, the lazy boy ranquickly.Where ( place ) After school, the lazy boy ranquickly to the field.Why ( reason ) After school, the lazy boy ran quicklyto the field to play football with hisfriends.
Expanding a compoundsentence• Eg; Ali saw a cat and chased it away.• 1. Ali saw a fat Persian cat and chased it away angrily.• 2. Ali saw a fat Persian cat and chased it away angrily this morning.• 3. Ali saw a fat Persian cat and chased it away angrily at school this morning.
Expanding a complexsentence• Eg; He is the guy who killed the monkey.• 1. He is the bad guy who killed the cheeky monkey.• 2. He is the bad guy who killed the cheeky monkey mercilessly.• 3. He is the bad guy who killed a troop of cheeky monkeys mercilessly at the orchard yesterday morning.
Changing a SimpleSentenceto a Complex SentenceEg, Michael played football in the field.- Michael, whose father is a manager, played football well in the grassy field near his school with his good friends yesterday afternoon after completing his homework.
Changing a CompoundSentence to a ComplexSentenceEg, Michelle took a pen and threw it at Atan.- Michelle quickly took a blue pen and threw it hard at Atan, who enjoys playing tricks on others, in the classroom this morning.
1) Bin Hwa was studying late in the evening.2) He looked out the window.3) He was shocked.4) He saw black smoke. Bin Hwa, who is a diligent boy, was studying late in the evening in his bedroom. When he was tired, he looked out the window. He was totally shocked when he saw thick black smoke coming out of his
1) He ran out of his bedroom.2) He shouted to wake his parents up.3) He phoned the fire brigade.• Without wasting time, he quickly ran out of his bedroom and shouted loudly to wake his parents up.• After telling his parents about the fire, he immediately phoned the fire brigade before it was too late.
1) The firemen arrived.2) They put out the fire.3) The owner of the house was safe.4) He thanked the firemen and Bin Hwa. Soon the firemen arrived and quickly put out the raging fire. The owner of the house and his family fortunately were safe. He thanked Bin Hwa gratefully for his quick action. Bin Hwa’s parents were very proud of him.
a. Bin Hwa, who is a diligent boy, was studying late in the evening in his bedroom. When he was tired, he looked out the window. He was totally shocked when he saw thick black smoke coming out of his neighbour’s house.
b. Without wasting time, he quickly ran out of his bedroom and shouted loudly to wake his parents up. After telling his parents about the fire, he immediately phoned the fire brigade before it was too late.
c. Soon ten firemen in a fire engine arrived and they quickly put out the fire. The owner of the house and his family fortunately were safe. He thanked Bin Hwa gratefully for his quick action. Bin Hwa’s parents were very proud of him.
2011a. Yesterday, Michelle, who studies in SJK(C) Chong Hwa, and her friends were very nervous as a few nurses came to their school to check their health. All the pupils including Michelle waited outside the hall for their turns to have injections.
b. Michelle was talking to her friend when she saw one of her classmates crying after being given an injection by the nurse. Meanwhile, Peter, who sits next to Michelle, was so scared that he quietly ran away. However, his action was noticed by their teacher.
c. Mrs Tan, Michelle’s class teacher somehow was able to bring Peter back to the hall. At that time, Peter was still crying. So, Mrs Tan tried her best to persuade Peter to have an injection. After Peter had taken an injection, Mrs Tan gave him a bar of chocolate that she had promised.
SECTION B• CONTENTS MUST BE TRANFERRED CORRECTLY WITHOUT ANY SPELLING ERRORS.• NEVER WRITE A SINGLE WORD IN CAPITAL LETTERS.• PAY ATTENTION TO PREPOSITIONS IN THE PASSAGE
SECTION B• USE ‘FROM ..TO’ ( eg. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)• QUESTIONS NORMALLY ARE ASKED FROM TOP TO THE END OF THE TEXT.• CROSS OFF WORDS IN THE TEXT THAT HAVE APPEARED IN THE PASSAGE.
Practice A1. a wedding dinner2. at Paradise Lagoon Hotel in3. 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.4. sweet sour prawns and crab sambal5. About 300 guests
Practice Ba) an outdoor activityb) go at weekendsc) relaxing and it saves money tood) a fishing rod, hooks and some baitse) fishing at ponds, rivers and seas
SECTION A (Requirement)• WRITE ONE SHORT SIMPLE SENTENCE.• MUST USE BOTH WORDS GIVEN.• OBSERVE PICTURES GIVEN WELL. WRITE WHAT YOU SEE NOT WHAT YOU THINK. Eg, number of persons/object shown
SECTION A• DO NOT CHANGE THE FORM OF THE WORDS GIVEN.• WORDS MUST BE LEGIBLE.• CHECK SPELLING AND PUNCTUATION (FULL STOP ESPECIALLY)
Is it difficult toconstruct a short simplesentence ?
What is a sentence?Sentence = Subject + Predicate• Subject – thing or person we talk about • Predicate – what we say about the subject (content)
• What is a predicate?• Predicate = verb + object• So,• Sentence• = Subject + Verb + Object• Verb => 1. Intransitive• ( verb that stands alone )• 2. Transitive• ( used with an object )
1. She sings well.2. We walk slowly.3. He sleeps soundly. (intransitive verbs)1. Maria puts a book.2. They buy a new car.3. He threw the bottle. (transitive verbs)
• We also can talk abouttime and place where anevent takes place.(complement) Eg.1.She puts a book on the table.2.They bought a car yesterday.3.He runs in the field.4.Mia reads a book in the room.5.They bought a car yesterday.(subject) (verb) (object) (complement)
• TIPS: What Do U Check? 1. Subject Verb Agreement Singular noun takes a singular verb. Eg, • He is handsome. • She was helpful. • It has a trunk. • He writes a letter. • She is working in the office. • Kelvin has broken the pencil. • Siti does not like durians.
Plural noun takes a plural verb. Eg,• They are my cousins.• We were classmates.• They have a new born baby.• We walk to school.• They are playing in the field.• The boys have taken lunch.• They do not want to stand.
2 . Article for singular countable nouns.• He cuts a / the tree with a / the saw.• A / The tiger has no mane.• The tiger is in danger of becoming extinct.3. Prepositions (place, time, object)• I go to school at 7 o’clock every day.• The girls are playing netball on the field.• I keep the key in the drawer.• She waits for her mother at the bus stop.• He hits the nail with a hammer.• They received presents from their uncle.
PAY ATTENTION!!!- buy --- for- give --- to- attend --- to- wait --- for (something/somebody)- Etc.- Adjective?- 1) before noun- Albert is a naughty boy.- 2) after noun- Albert is very naughty.
How do you construct a sentence? - paying – counter Subject-Verb Object + Complement AgreementHe is paying bills at the counter.
- picnic - beach Subject-Verb Object + Complement AgreementThey are having a picnic at the beach.
• - reading - tree Subject-Verb Object + Complement AgreementHe is reading a book under the tree.