Create an Advertisement - Peer Evaluation

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Dear Gentlemen,

Good morning.

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Converting Slogans to Texts

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Evaluating the Invite for Open House (@SST)

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Mr Nooh

Fact versus Opinion

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Mr Nooh

The Photographer's Craft

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Dear Gentlemen,

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Mr Nooh

Narrative Writing - Creating Settings

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Dear gentlemen,

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Mr Nooh

good news!

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Dear gentlemen,

Good afternoon.

Let us congratulate the following pupils from our class who have been selected to participate in the two competitions I mentioned this morning:

Creative Writing Competition (INKpressions!)
1. Ronak Mehta
2. Yu Jin Qian
3. Akhil Vuputuri

e-Mote Digital Storytelling Competition
1. Shairul Mirza

More information will be given.

Will these boys see me together tomorrow during lunchtime.

Kind regards,

Mr Nooh

Welcome Back!

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Hi there guys! Welcome back to another new term in Semester 2. Here's wishing you all the very best in your academic journey...

Mr Jarrod Nooh

Similes and Metaphors

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The Lighthouse

The light house, the guardian angel of the night
She shines her light for all the lost sailors passing by
Her beam bright as the sun, flashing through the night sky

The lighthouse, a soldier during the storms
Standing tall, unafraid of the chaos
Her light piercing through the storm like sharp knives

The light house the night owl of the day
Sleeping and cozzed away until the night
Her beam off as silent as a deer not wanting to be found

Katherine Sessor

Instructions:
1. Identify three similes and three metaphors in the above poem. Number them accordingly in your entry post.
2. Choose one simile and one metaphor and explain why its use is effective.

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Personification Exercise
Instructions:
1. On your English Blog, write three sentences that use
personification.
2. Check with your partner before posting them online.
3. Be sure to give some human quality to some non-human thing.
4. Be creative!

Wordle Exercise

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Instruction: Write a poem which concentrates on describing the sounds of a particular action, event or scene.

If you cannot think of a subject, use one of the following.

1) A factory
2) A fire
3) A quiet room
4) Examination hall
5) A waterfall
6) A jungle
7) A noisy hawker

Copy and paste your poem from Pages to:
http://www.wordle.net/

POETRY

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a. What is Poetry?
b. Why do we study Poetry?

New Message young gentlemen

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Greetings from Mr. Jarrod Nooh.
Reminder to submit your Glogster to Miss Alice Lim (alice_lim@sst.edu.sg) latest by this Friday, 7th May 12 noon.

Hi 106

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Dear 106

Not all of you have posted the descriptive phrases for "show and tell".
Please post them.

Kudos to those of you who have posted your phrases. I am totally amazed :) Do read your friends' work.


On Monday, please remember to check your tenses and spelling. Do have proper paragraphing for the essay. Read the passage and questions for comprehension carefully.


Rest well and study hard for all subjects.

All the best for your examination on Monday and Tuesday.


Warmest Wishes
Ms Lim

Aardvark and Anteater

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Aardvark and Anteater Ans-1

Mayan Civilisation: Comprehension Answer

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Answer_Key_Mayan Civilization_Unit 3 Compre Practice

English Resources: Revision for Personal Recount

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Personal Recount Reminders                                                            



Write About a Time When You experienced extreme grief



An Unexpected Success                                                            

Siah Wei (Show and Not Tell)

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Daniel elbowed and jostled his way through the massive crowd that had formed. The last of the crowd parted and his eyes grew wide with shock. There, on the ground, lay the pale, lifeless form of his daughter.

Abram and Abu (Show and not Tell)

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Steam rising up from the piping, hot steak made my mouth water. The first bite, my teeth sunk into the delicious meat through the tasty gravy  and into the medium-rare meat. I chewed and swallowed rapidly. Even the leftover gravy was longing to be eaten.

Jake and Mirza (Show and Not Tell)

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His hand shook vigorously as he looked at the paper. Perspiration rolled down his cheek.His heart palpitated rapidly.After a while, he started with the exam.


(____ and ______ )Show and Not Tell

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The table was filled with nice dishes.

The fragrant smell was overpowering. I could smell the dish a mile away. The door opened. In a blink of an eye, I was in paradise. Delicious and sumptuous food greeted me. They seemed to be shouting, "Eat me! Eat me!" at me. I could not resist the temptation...

Ronak & Hao Ming (Show and not Tell)

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4) My mother shouted at me to sit down.

Our Improvement of the sentence: My mother had her mouth wide open and she was like an adult lion roaring, in an indescribable rage, as she shouted at me furiously to sit down.



Ray Chow (Show and not tell)

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Tell: The table was filled with nice dishes.

Show: The fragrant aroma of my favourite Fish 'n' Chips, which was painstakenly cooked by my mother, wafted through the air. Having not eaten that for what seemed like a millenium, I made a dash to the dining room to wolf down my behemoth plate of food.

Bevan and Brendon (Show and not tell)

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Tell: The table was filled with nice dishes.


Show: Hot steam started to rise from the dishes.The smell of it made me hungry. The sound of the chicken sizzling on the hot plate made my mouth water.

Show and not Tell (How do we make our sentences less boring)

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Here are some ways to make our sentences less mechanical.

Punctuation Tips for Personal Recount (Thoughts and Dialogue)

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Examples of good introduction and body paragraphs [Unexpected success and Failure]

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Samples from class 102... Your turn will be next :)

Summative Assessment Term 2: Odd week (Monday)

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Information Report: Language Features

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Present tense (except historical reports)
 ‘General’ nouns
 Written in the third person
 Factual description
 Technical words and phrases
 Often uses formal, impersonal language

Information Report: Text Features

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Quote or Write a word/phrase/expression

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Write in Your Own Word

Information Report: Formative Assessment

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Term 2: Information Report (How to write captions)

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Captions Are Cool

Comprehension: Inference

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Make an Inference

We have gone through the comprehension skill (Inference) in class.
This slide presentation is for your revision.