UPSR Section A

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How To Construct Simple, Compound & Complex Sentences in English Language for Primary Schools

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UPSR Section A

  1. 1. Section A Constructing Sentences Technique via I-CA-O & GFAR using Hand-Sign Language Introducing simple ways to write sentences for Section A Constructing Sentences Question in English Language Created by: Jen Renita binti Mappah
  2. 2. Point to remember Section A 1. Study the picture given carefully and understand the 10 guided-words given. 2. Identify type of people in the picture and circle the people / objects / animals which you want to describe in your sentence then give number. 3. Try to use the Subject-Verb-to-be-Action Verbs-Object technique. 4. Write clearly and legibly with neat and legible handwriting. 5. Check and re-read your sentences: spelling and punctuation (capital/small letters, comma, full-stop)
  3. 3. Subject (Type of people) Articles A An The 3 T There is a There are There are many Numbers Two Three Four Verb-to-be am is are People Singular boy girl man woman old man old woman Plural boys girls men women old men old women
  4. 4. Basic Action Verbs sitting squatting kneeling standing walking running jumping watching looking observing reading writing doing discussing learning teaching sweeping cleaning dusting arranging playing buying selling queueing eating drinking holding carrying lifting talking waiting pointing waving boarding arriving calling shouting scolding delivering giving colouring painting
  5. 5. Subject Conjunction and while because Preposition up down in out on under near beside behind in front of Adverbs happily cheerfully carefully clearly gracefully beautifully slowly quickly Adjectives big small short tall beautiful ugly colourful dull clean dirty curly wavy
  6. 6. Subject (Type of people) Conjunction and while Because 4 W who is wearing who are wearing who is a with a Adverbs happily cheerfully carefully clearly gracefully beautifully slowly quickly Adjectives big small short tall beautiful colourful clean awesome curly wavy smart clever
  7. 7. Subject (Identify type of clothing & footwear) a pair of shoes a pair of socks a pair of spectacles a pair of gloves a pair of shorts a pair of trousers a pair of sandals a pair of sneakers a pair of sunglasses a pair of earrings a pair of sleeves a ring a necklace a bun a ponytail a moustache beard short hair long hair curly hair wavy hair a ‘baju kurung’ a dress a skirt a blouse a shirt a t-shirt a pinafore a necktie a vest a coat an apron a hat a cap
  8. 8. General Sentences (Basic sentences for medium & slow learners) 1. There are people in the picture. 2. The people are busy. 3. The people are doing something. 4. There are many objects. 5. There are plants. 6. There are animals. 7. There are other things too.
  9. 9. Sentence Parts Simple Sentences Subject __ Verb-to-be __ Action Verbs __ Object 1. Subject (Type of people-Singular-Plural) 2. Verb-to-be (“is” or “are”) 3. Action verbs (What are the subject doing?) 4. Object (What, When, Where, How)
  10. 10. Sentence Parts Compound & Complex Sentences Subject __ Verb-to-be __ Action Verbs __ Object 1. Subject (Type of people-Singular-Plural) : Identify the type of clothing & footwear 2. Verb-to-be (“is” or “are”) 3. Action verbs (What are the subject doing?) : using conjunction “and” or “while” 4. Object (What, When, Where, How) : using place, adjectives and adverbs
  11. 11. Drilling A1 School: At a Science Garden (Simple Sentences) 1. Two girls are kneeling while planting plants on the ground. 2. A woman is cleaning the pond using a rake. 3. A man is putting up fence with his pupils. 4. The three boys are helping the man holding the fence. 5. A boy is pulling out weeds and put it into a basket. 6. There are teachers and students at the Science Garden and they are busy while doing something.
  12. 12. Drilling A1 School: At a Science Garden (Compound & Complex Sentences) 1. Two girls, who are wearing t-shirts and tracksuits, are kneeling while planting plants on the ground. 2. A woman, who is wearing a pair of spectacles and a cap, is cleaning the pond using a rake. 3. A man, who is wearing a pair of spectacles, is putting up fence with his pupils. 4. The three boys, who are the pupils, are helping the man holding the fence. 5. A boy, who is kneeling, is pulling out weeds and put it into a basket. 6. There are teachers and students at the Science Garden and they are busy while doing something.
  13. 13. Drilling A2 School: In the classroom (Simple Sentences) 1. A girl is holding a tray of delicious food while putting it on the table. 2. A girl is arranging the plates on the big table. 3. Two girls are decorating the wall with colourful and beautiful balloons and ribbons. 4. A boy is opening the box of mineral bottles by using a cutter. 5. A boy and a girl are blowing the balloons carefully.
  14. 14. Drilling A2 School: In the classroom (Compound & Complex Sentences) 1. A girl, who is wearing a scarf, is holding a tray of delicious food while putting it on the table. 2. A girl, who is wearing a pinafore, is arranging the plates on the big table. 3. Two girls, who are standing on the chairs, are decorating the wall with colourful and beautiful balloons and ribbons. 4. A boy, who is standing beside the table, is opening the box of mineral bottles by using a cutter. 5. A boy and a girl, who are standing in front of the blackboard, are blowing the balloons carefully.
  15. 15. Drilling A3 (At the house compound) (Simple Sentences) 1. An old woman is buying a loaf of bread from the bread vendor. 2. A man is selling breads using his motorcycle. 3. An old man is waving at the bread vendor. 4. A girl is walking while holding a loaf of bread in her right hand. 5. Two boys are waiting to buy the breads.
  16. 16. Drilling A3 (At the house compound) (Compound & Complex Sentences) 1. An old woman, who is wearing a ‘batik baju kurung’, is buying a loaf of bread from the bread vendor. 2. A man, who is wearing a helmet, is selling breads using his motorcycle. 3. An old man, who is wearing a pair of spectacles, is waving at the bread vendor. 4. A girl, with a ponytail, is walking while holding a loaf of bread in her right hand. 5. Two boys, who are riding their bicycles, are waiting to buy the breads.

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