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Identify subject of poems b. Understand point of view c. Communicate an informal personal response to poems d. Identify poetic devices and its effects in poems No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis 2 (4 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) Total no. of Item Evaluation 10 (40 minutes) Poem 3 (16 minutes) 4 (17 minutes ) QUESTIONS Comprehension (Objectives a. & b. ) 1. What is the poem mainly about? (a. ) A. The old Amah’s poor lifestyle. B. The persona’s expression of sadness for the old Amah.

The old Amah who did not have anyone to take care of her in old age. D. The persona’s regret for not taking care of the old Amah. 2. Based on the poem, how does the persona feel about the old Amah’s situation? (b. ) 3. What is the relationship between the persona and the old Amah? (a. ) Evaluation (c. ) 1. How would you improve your living condition if you were the old Amah? 2. Should a family be responsible for taking care of their domestic helpers/ maids/ housekeepers even until old age? 3. In your opinion, should employers maintain a professional distance with a aid? Analysis (d. ) 1. List out 2 examples of the use of symbols in the poem. 2. Does the Old Amah have any family to take care of her? Provide evidence from the poem to support your answer. 3. Match the words with the correct meaning:

Trestle A. a rough prickly shrub or vine. 2. Spittoon B. a braced frame serving as a support. 3. Brambles C. pull or twist (someone or something) suddenly and violently. 4. Cubicle D. a bowl-shaped, usually metal vessel, often with a funnel-shaped cover, into which tobacco chewers periodically spit. 5. Wrenched E. small partitioned space; especially: one with a desk used for work in a business office. 4. The overall tone of the poem is “helplessness”. How does the persona express this tone? Use evidence from the poem to support your answer. Marking Scheme Comprehension 1. B (1 mark) 2. Answer keywords: sad/ upset/ tragic/ sympathy/ helpless. Similar answers can be considered. (2 marks) 3. Answer: The persona was taken care of by the old Amah in the past. He was most probably a child then while the old Amah was the housekeeper/ maid/ nanny at home. (2 marks) Evaluation 1.

Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial background etc. (2 marks) 2. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking from a moral standpoint; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial/ family background etc. (2 marks) 3. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, employeremployee relationship norms, background etc. (2 marks) Analysis 1. Answer: Flame caught among the final brambles of your pain, the moth fluttering against the electric bulb. 2 marks) 2. Answer: No. Elaboration should include the phrase: “the walls the old photographs, do not know your going”. (2 marks) 3. (2 marks) 4. Answer: Ex. He is unable to help ease the Amah’s discomfort and that he cannot express his gratitude for her. (3 marks) Supporting evidence: To most your dying seems distant outside the railings of our concern; … face bears the waste of terror at the crumbling of your body’s walls; Your palms crushed the child’s tears from my face; Now this room will become your going; brutal in the discarded combs…

Neighbours by Robert Raymer Content / Theme/ Topic / Genre Short Story (Neighbou rs) Objectives Knowledge a. Identify and interpret themes and messages in the text b. Analyze and understand plot in the text c. Describe characters and interpret their interactions and relationships with one another d. Identify and interpret literary devices in the text No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation 2 (15 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) 2 (6 minutes) 1 (5 minutes) 1 (3 minutes)

Total no. of Item 8 (40 minutes) (8 minutes) QUESTIONS Comprehension 1. Why was Johnny send to hospital? (b) 2. Who are the members of Johnny’s family? (c) a. Mr and Mrs Koh b. Miss Chee c. Dr Nathan d. Veronica, Lily and Danny 3. Do you think Miss Chee likes Mr Tan? Why? Analysis 4. Do you think Johnny committed suicide? Why? (b) 5. What is Mr Koh’s occupation? Provide evidence to support your answer. (c) Evaluation 6. What is the theme of the story? Give one theme and support it using examples from the text. (a) 7. What is the message that the writer of the story is trying to convey? . How does the setting of the story connect to your readings? MARKING SCHEME Comprehension 1. Answer: He was sent to hospital for drinking weedkiller, Parquat. (2 marks) 2. D (1 mark) 3. Answer:

Yes. Miss Chee likes Mr Tan. She was trying to attract his attention during the discussion on what happen to Johnny. (2 marks) Analysis 4. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering what happen in the story. (3 marks) 5. Answer: Mr Koh is an insurance seller. It can be seen when Mr Tan was saying that Johnny might as some insurance and Mr Koh was unhappy with the fact. He assumed that Johnny bought insurance from others and not from him. (3 marks) Evaluation 6. Answer: Gossiping / Social Value / Attitude of People (3 marks) 7. Answer: Community relationship / Pay attention to trivial matters / Materialism (3 marks) 8. Answer: Residential Area in Malaysia; should display logical, critical thinking; it should something that the can help to relate their personal experience to the setting of place in the story.

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Identify subject of poems b. Understand point of view c. Communicate an informal personal response to poems d. Identify poetic devices and its effects in poems No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis 2 (4 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) Total no. of Item Evaluation 10 (40 minutes) Poem 3 (16 minutes) 4 (17 minutes ) QUESTIONS Comprehension (Objectives a. & b. ) 1. What is the poem mainly about? (a. ) A. The old Amah’s poor lifestyle. B. The persona’s expression of sadness for the old Amah.

The old Amah who did not have anyone to take care of her in old age. D. The persona’s regret for not taking care of the old Amah. 2. Based on the poem, how does the persona feel about the old Amah’s situation? (b. ) 3. What is the relationship between the persona and the old Amah? (a. ) Evaluation (c. ) 1. How would you improve your living condition if you were the old Amah? 2. Should a family be responsible for taking care of their domestic helpers/ maids/ housekeepers even until old age? 3. In your opinion, should employers maintain a professional distance with a aid? Analysis (d. ) 1. List out 2 examples of the use of symbols in the poem. 2. Does the Old Amah have any family to take care of her? Provide evidence from the poem to support your answer. 3. Match the words with the correct meaning:

Trestle A. a rough prickly shrub or vine. 2. Spittoon B. a braced frame serving as a support. 3. Brambles C. pull or twist (someone or something) suddenly and violently. 4. Cubicle D. a bowl-shaped, usually metal vessel, often with a funnel-shaped cover, into which tobacco chewers periodically spit. 5. Wrenched E. small partitioned space; especially: one with a desk used for work in a business office. 4. The overall tone of the poem is “helplessness”. How does the persona express this tone? Use evidence from the poem to support your answer. Marking Scheme Comprehension 1. B (1 mark) 2. Answer keywords: sad/ upset/ tragic/ sympathy/ helpless. Similar answers can be considered. (2 marks) 3. Answer: The persona was taken care of by the old Amah in the past. He was most probably a child then while the old Amah was the housekeeper/ maid/ nanny at home. (2 marks) Evaluation 1.

Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial background etc. (2 marks) 2. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking from a moral standpoint; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial/ family background etc. (2 marks) 3. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, employeremployee relationship norms, background etc. (2 marks) Analysis 1. Answer: Flame caught among the final brambles of your pain, the moth fluttering against the electric bulb. 2 marks) 2. Answer: No. Elaboration should include the phrase: “the walls the old photographs, do not know your going”. (2 marks) 3. (2 marks) 4. Answer: Ex. He is unable to help ease the Amah’s discomfort and that he cannot express his gratitude for her. (3 marks) Supporting evidence: To most your dying seems distant outside the railings of our concern; … face bears the waste of terror at the crumbling of your body’s walls; Your palms crushed the child’s tears from my face; Now this room will become your going; brutal in the discarded combs…

Neighbours by Robert Raymer Content / Theme/ Topic / Genre Short Story (Neighbou rs) Objectives Knowledge a. Identify and interpret themes and messages in the text b. Analyze and understand plot in the text c. Describe characters and interpret their interactions and relationships with one another d. Identify and interpret literary devices in the text No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation 2 (15 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) 2 (6 minutes) 1 (5 minutes) 1 (3 minutes)

Total no. of Item 8 (40 minutes) (8 minutes) QUESTIONS Comprehension 1. Why was Johnny send to hospital? (b) 2. Who are the members of Johnny’s family? (c) a. Mr and Mrs Koh b. Miss Chee c. Dr Nathan d. Veronica, Lily and Danny 3. Do you think Miss Chee likes Mr Tan? Why? Analysis 4. Do you think Johnny committed suicide? Why? (b) 5. What is Mr Koh’s occupation? Provide evidence to support your answer. (c) Evaluation 6. What is the theme of the story? Give one theme and support it using examples from the text. (a) 7. What is the message that the writer of the story is trying to convey? . How does the setting of the story connect to your readings? MARKING SCHEME Comprehension 1. Answer: He was sent to hospital for drinking weedkiller, Parquat. (2 marks) 2. D (1 mark) 3. Answer:

Yes. Miss Chee likes Mr Tan. She was trying to attract his attention during the discussion on what happen to Johnny. (2 marks) Analysis 4. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering what happen in the story. (3 marks) 5. Answer: Mr Koh is an insurance seller. It can be seen when Mr Tan was saying that Johnny might as some insurance and Mr Koh was unhappy with the fact. He assumed that Johnny bought insurance from others and not from him. (3 marks) Evaluation 6. Answer: Gossiping / Social Value / Attitude of People (3 marks) 7. Answer: Community relationship / Pay attention to trivial matters / Materialism (3 marks) 8. Answer: Residential Area in Malaysia; should display logical, critical thinking; it should something that the can help to relate their personal experience to the setting of place in the story.

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Identify subject of poems b. Understand point of view c. Communicate an informal personal response to poems d. Identify poetic devices and its effects in poems No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis 2 (4 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) Total no. of Item Evaluation 10 (40 minutes) Poem 3 (16 minutes) 4 (17 minutes ) QUESTIONS Comprehension (Objectives a. & b. ) 1. What is the poem mainly about? (a. ) A. The old Amah’s poor lifestyle. B. The persona’s expression of sadness for the old Amah.

The old Amah who did not have anyone to take care of her in old age. D. The persona’s regret for not taking care of the old Amah. 2. Based on the poem, how does the persona feel about the old Amah’s situation? (b. ) 3. What is the relationship between the persona and the old Amah? (a. ) Evaluation (c. ) 1. How would you improve your living condition if you were the old Amah? 2. Should a family be responsible for taking care of their domestic helpers/ maids/ housekeepers even until old age? 3. In your opinion, should employers maintain a professional distance with a aid? Analysis (d. ) 1. List out 2 examples of the use of symbols in the poem. 2. Does the Old Amah have any family to take care of her? Provide evidence from the poem to support your answer. 3. Match the words with the correct meaning:

Trestle A. a rough prickly shrub or vine. 2. Spittoon B. a braced frame serving as a support. 3. Brambles C. pull or twist (someone or something) suddenly and violently. 4. Cubicle D. a bowl-shaped, usually metal vessel, often with a funnel-shaped cover, into which tobacco chewers periodically spit. 5. Wrenched E. small partitioned space; especially: one with a desk used for work in a business office. 4. The overall tone of the poem is “helplessness”. How does the persona express this tone? Use evidence from the poem to support your answer. Marking Scheme Comprehension 1. B (1 mark) 2. Answer keywords: sad/ upset/ tragic/ sympathy/ helpless. Similar answers can be considered. (2 marks) 3. Answer: The persona was taken care of by the old Amah in the past. He was most probably a child then while the old Amah was the housekeeper/ maid/ nanny at home. (2 marks) Evaluation 1.

Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial background etc. (2 marks) 2. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking from a moral standpoint; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial/ family background etc. (2 marks) 3. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, employeremployee relationship norms, background etc. (2 marks) Analysis 1. Answer: Flame caught among the final brambles of your pain, the moth fluttering against the electric bulb. 2 marks) 2. Answer: No. Elaboration should include the phrase: “the walls the old photographs, do not know your going”. (2 marks) 3. (2 marks) 4. Answer: Ex. He is unable to help ease the Amah’s discomfort and that he cannot express his gratitude for her. (3 marks) Supporting evidence: To most your dying seems distant outside the railings of our concern; … face bears the waste of terror at the crumbling of your body’s walls; Your palms crushed the child’s tears from my face; Now this room will become your going; brutal in the discarded combs…

Neighbours by Robert Raymer Content / Theme/ Topic / Genre Short Story (Neighbou rs) Objectives Knowledge a. Identify and interpret themes and messages in the text b. Analyze and understand plot in the text c. Describe characters and interpret their interactions and relationships with one another d. Identify and interpret literary devices in the text No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation 2 (15 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) 2 (6 minutes) 1 (5 minutes) 1 (3 minutes)

Total no. of Item 8 (40 minutes) (8 minutes) QUESTIONS Comprehension 1. Why was Johnny send to hospital? (b) 2. Who are the members of Johnny’s family? (c) a. Mr and Mrs Koh b. Miss Chee c. Dr Nathan d. Veronica, Lily and Danny 3. Do you think Miss Chee likes Mr Tan? Why? Analysis 4. Do you think Johnny committed suicide? Why? (b) 5. What is Mr Koh’s occupation? Provide evidence to support your answer. (c) Evaluation 6. What is the theme of the story? Give one theme and support it using examples from the text. (a) 7. What is the message that the writer of the story is trying to convey? . How does the setting of the story connect to your readings? MARKING SCHEME Comprehension 1. Answer: He was sent to hospital for drinking weedkiller, Parquat. (2 marks) 2. D (1 mark) 3. Answer:

Yes. Miss Chee likes Mr Tan. She was trying to attract his attention during the discussion on what happen to Johnny. (2 marks) Analysis 4. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering what happen in the story. (3 marks) 5. Answer: Mr Koh is an insurance seller. It can be seen when Mr Tan was saying that Johnny might as some insurance and Mr Koh was unhappy with the fact. He assumed that Johnny bought insurance from others and not from him. (3 marks) Evaluation 6. Answer: Gossiping / Social Value / Attitude of People (3 marks) 7. Answer: Community relationship / Pay attention to trivial matters / Materialism (3 marks) 8. Answer: Residential Area in Malaysia; should display logical, critical thinking; it should something that the can help to relate their personal experience to the setting of place in the story.

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Identify subject of poems b. Understand point of view c. Communicate an informal personal response to poems d. Identify poetic devices and its effects in poems No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis 2 (4 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) Total no. of Item Evaluation 10 (40 minutes) Poem 3 (16 minutes) 4 (17 minutes ) QUESTIONS Comprehension (Objectives a. & b. ) 1. What is the poem mainly about? (a. ) A. The old Amah’s poor lifestyle. B. The persona’s expression of sadness for the old Amah.

The old Amah who did not have anyone to take care of her in old age. D. The persona’s regret for not taking care of the old Amah. 2. Based on the poem, how does the persona feel about the old Amah’s situation? (b. ) 3. What is the relationship between the persona and the old Amah? (a. ) Evaluation (c. ) 1. How would you improve your living condition if you were the old Amah? 2. Should a family be responsible for taking care of their domestic helpers/ maids/ housekeepers even until old age? 3. In your opinion, should employers maintain a professional distance with a aid? Analysis (d. ) 1. List out 2 examples of the use of symbols in the poem. 2. Does the Old Amah have any family to take care of her? Provide evidence from the poem to support your answer. 3. Match the words with the correct meaning:

Trestle A. a rough prickly shrub or vine. 2. Spittoon B. a braced frame serving as a support. 3. Brambles C. pull or twist (someone or something) suddenly and violently. 4. Cubicle D. a bowl-shaped, usually metal vessel, often with a funnel-shaped cover, into which tobacco chewers periodically spit. 5. Wrenched E. small partitioned space; especially: one with a desk used for work in a business office. 4. The overall tone of the poem is “helplessness”. How does the persona express this tone? Use evidence from the poem to support your answer. Marking Scheme Comprehension 1. B (1 mark) 2. Answer keywords: sad/ upset/ tragic/ sympathy/ helpless. Similar answers can be considered. (2 marks) 3. Answer: The persona was taken care of by the old Amah in the past. He was most probably a child then while the old Amah was the housekeeper/ maid/ nanny at home. (2 marks) Evaluation 1.

Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial background etc. (2 marks) 2. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking from a moral standpoint; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial/ family background etc. (2 marks) 3. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, employeremployee relationship norms, background etc. (2 marks) Analysis 1. Answer: Flame caught among the final brambles of your pain, the moth fluttering against the electric bulb. 2 marks) 2. Answer: No. Elaboration should include the phrase: “the walls the old photographs, do not know your going”. (2 marks) 3. (2 marks) 4. Answer: Ex. He is unable to help ease the Amah’s discomfort and that he cannot express his gratitude for her. (3 marks) Supporting evidence: To most your dying seems distant outside the railings of our concern; … face bears the waste of terror at the crumbling of your body’s walls; Your palms crushed the child’s tears from my face; Now this room will become your going; brutal in the discarded combs…

Neighbours by Robert Raymer Content / Theme/ Topic / Genre Short Story (Neighbou rs) Objectives Knowledge a. Identify and interpret themes and messages in the text b. Analyze and understand plot in the text c. Describe characters and interpret their interactions and relationships with one another d. Identify and interpret literary devices in the text No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation 2 (15 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) 2 (6 minutes) 1 (5 minutes) 1 (3 minutes)

Total no. of Item 8 (40 minutes) (8 minutes) QUESTIONS Comprehension 1. Why was Johnny send to hospital? (b) 2. Who are the members of Johnny’s family? (c) a. Mr and Mrs Koh b. Miss Chee c. Dr Nathan d. Veronica, Lily and Danny 3. Do you think Miss Chee likes Mr Tan? Why? Analysis 4. Do you think Johnny committed suicide? Why? (b) 5. What is Mr Koh’s occupation? Provide evidence to support your answer. (c) Evaluation 6. What is the theme of the story? Give one theme and support it using examples from the text. (a) 7. What is the message that the writer of the story is trying to convey? . How does the setting of the story connect to your readings? MARKING SCHEME Comprehension 1. Answer: He was sent to hospital for drinking weedkiller, Parquat. (2 marks) 2. D (1 mark) 3. Answer:

Yes. Miss Chee likes Mr Tan. She was trying to attract his attention during the discussion on what happen to Johnny. (2 marks) Analysis 4. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering what happen in the story. (3 marks) 5. Answer: Mr Koh is an insurance seller. It can be seen when Mr Tan was saying that Johnny might as some insurance and Mr Koh was unhappy with the fact. He assumed that Johnny bought insurance from others and not from him. (3 marks) Evaluation 6. Answer: Gossiping / Social Value / Attitude of People (3 marks) 7. Answer: Community relationship / Pay attention to trivial matters / Materialism (3 marks) 8. Answer: Residential Area in Malaysia; should display logical, critical thinking; it should something that the can help to relate their personal experience to the setting of place in the story.

Item Evaluations

Identify subject of poems b. Understand point of view c. Communicate an informal personal response to poems d. Identify poetic devices and its effects in poems No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis 2 (4 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) Total no. of Item Evaluation 10 (40 minutes) Poem 3 (16 minutes) 4 (17 minutes ) QUESTIONS Comprehension (Objectives a. & b. ) 1. What is the poem mainly about? (a. ) A. The old Amah’s poor lifestyle. B. The persona’s expression of sadness for the old Amah.

The old Amah who did not have anyone to take care of her in old age. D. The persona’s regret for not taking care of the old Amah. 2. Based on the poem, how does the persona feel about the old Amah’s situation? (b. ) 3. What is the relationship between the persona and the old Amah? (a. ) Evaluation (c. ) 1. How would you improve your living condition if you were the old Amah? 2. Should a family be responsible for taking care of their domestic helpers/ maids/ housekeepers even until old age? 3. In your opinion, should employers maintain a professional distance with a aid? Analysis (d. ) 1. List out 2 examples of the use of symbols in the poem. 2. Does the Old Amah have any family to take care of her? Provide evidence from the poem to support your answer. 3. Match the words with the correct meaning:

Trestle A. a rough prickly shrub or vine. 2. Spittoon B. a braced frame serving as a support. 3. Brambles C. pull or twist (someone or something) suddenly and violently. 4. Cubicle D. a bowl-shaped, usually metal vessel, often with a funnel-shaped cover, into which tobacco chewers periodically spit. 5. Wrenched E. small partitioned space; especially: one with a desk used for work in a business office. 4. The overall tone of the poem is “helplessness”. How does the persona express this tone? Use evidence from the poem to support your answer. Marking Scheme Comprehension 1. B (1 mark) 2. Answer keywords: sad/ upset/ tragic/ sympathy/ helpless. Similar answers can be considered. (2 marks) 3. Answer: The persona was taken care of by the old Amah in the past. He was most probably a child then while the old Amah was the housekeeper/ maid/ nanny at home. (2 marks) Evaluation 1.

Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial background etc. (2 marks) 2. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking from a moral standpoint; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial/ family background etc. (2 marks) 3. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, employeremployee relationship norms, background etc. (2 marks) Analysis 1. Answer: Flame caught among the final brambles of your pain, the moth fluttering against the electric bulb. 2 marks) 2. Answer: No. Elaboration should include the phrase: “the walls the old photographs, do not know your going”. (2 marks) 3. (2 marks) 4. Answer: Ex. He is unable to help ease the Amah’s discomfort and that he cannot express his gratitude for her. (3 marks) Supporting evidence: To most your dying seems distant outside the railings of our concern; … face bears the waste of terror at the crumbling of your body’s walls; Your palms crushed the child’s tears from my face; Now this room will become your going; brutal in the discarded combs…

Neighbours by Robert Raymer Content / Theme/ Topic / Genre Short Story (Neighbou rs) Objectives Knowledge a. Identify and interpret themes and messages in the text b. Analyze and understand plot in the text c. Describe characters and interpret their interactions and relationships with one another d. Identify and interpret literary devices in the text No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation 2 (15 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) 2 (6 minutes) 1 (5 minutes) 1 (3 minutes)

Total no. of Item 8 (40 minutes) (8 minutes) QUESTIONS Comprehension 1. Why was Johnny send to hospital? (b) 2. Who are the members of Johnny’s family? (c) a. Mr and Mrs Koh b. Miss Chee c. Dr Nathan d. Veronica, Lily and Danny 3. Do you think Miss Chee likes Mr Tan? Why? Analysis 4. Do you think Johnny committed suicide? Why? (b) 5. What is Mr Koh’s occupation? Provide evidence to support your answer. (c) Evaluation 6. What is the theme of the story? Give one theme and support it using examples from the text. (a) 7. What is the message that the writer of the story is trying to convey? . How does the setting of the story connect to your readings? MARKING SCHEME Comprehension 1. Answer: He was sent to hospital for drinking weedkiller, Parquat. (2 marks) 2. D (1 mark) 3. Answer:

Yes. Miss Chee likes Mr Tan. She was trying to attract his attention during the discussion on what happen to Johnny. (2 marks) Analysis 4. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering what happen in the story. (3 marks) 5. Answer: Mr Koh is an insurance seller. It can be seen when Mr Tan was saying that Johnny might as some insurance and Mr Koh was unhappy with the fact. He assumed that Johnny bought insurance from others and not from him. (3 marks) Evaluation 6. Answer: Gossiping / Social Value / Attitude of People (3 marks) 7. Answer: Community relationship / Pay attention to trivial matters / Materialism (3 marks) 8. Answer: Residential Area in Malaysia; should display logical, critical thinking; it should something that the can help to relate their personal experience to the setting of place in the story.

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Identify subject of poems b. Understand point of view c. Communicate an informal personal response to poems d. Identify poetic devices and its effects in poems No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis 2 (4 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) Total no. of Item Evaluation 10 (40 minutes) Poem 3 (16 minutes) 4 (17 minutes ) QUESTIONS Comprehension (Objectives a. & b. ) 1. What is the poem mainly about? (a. ) A. The old Amah’s poor lifestyle. B. The persona’s expression of sadness for the old Amah.

The old Amah who did not have anyone to take care of her in old age. D. The persona’s regret for not taking care of the old Amah. 2. Based on the poem, how does the persona feel about the old Amah’s situation? (b. ) 3. What is the relationship between the persona and the old Amah? (a. ) Evaluation (c. ) 1. How would you improve your living condition if you were the old Amah? 2. Should a family be responsible for taking care of their domestic helpers/ maids/ housekeepers even until old age? 3. In your opinion, should employers maintain a professional distance with a aid? Analysis (d. ) 1. List out 2 examples of the use of symbols in the poem. 2. Does the Old Amah have any family to take care of her? Provide evidence from the poem to support your answer. 3. Match the words with the correct meaning:

Trestle A. a rough prickly shrub or vine. 2. Spittoon B. a braced frame serving as a support. 3. Brambles C. pull or twist (someone or something) suddenly and violently. 4. Cubicle D. a bowl-shaped, usually metal vessel, often with a funnel-shaped cover, into which tobacco chewers periodically spit. 5. Wrenched E. small partitioned space; especially: one with a desk used for work in a business office. 4. The overall tone of the poem is “helplessness”. How does the persona express this tone? Use evidence from the poem to support your answer. Marking Scheme Comprehension 1. B (1 mark) 2. Answer keywords: sad/ upset/ tragic/ sympathy/ helpless. Similar answers can be considered. (2 marks) 3. Answer: The persona was taken care of by the old Amah in the past. He was most probably a child then while the old Amah was the housekeeper/ maid/ nanny at home. (2 marks) Evaluation 1.

Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial background etc. (2 marks) 2. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking from a moral standpoint; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, financial/ family background etc. (2 marks) 3. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering factors such as her age, employeremployee relationship norms, background etc. (2 marks) Analysis 1. Answer: Flame caught among the final brambles of your pain, the moth fluttering against the electric bulb. 2 marks) 2. Answer: No. Elaboration should include the phrase: “the walls the old photographs, do not know your going”. (2 marks) 3. (2 marks) 4. Answer: Ex. He is unable to help ease the Amah’s discomfort and that he cannot express his gratitude for her. (3 marks) Supporting evidence: To most your dying seems distant outside the railings of our concern; … face bears the waste of terror at the crumbling of your body’s walls; Your palms crushed the child’s tears from my face; Now this room will become your going; brutal in the discarded combs…

Neighbours by Robert Raymer Content / Theme/ Topic / Genre Short Story (Neighbou rs) Objectives Knowledge a. Identify and interpret themes and messages in the text b. Analyze and understand plot in the text c. Describe characters and interpret their interactions and relationships with one another d. Identify and interpret literary devices in the text No. of Items According to Knowledge Level Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation 2 (15 minutes) 1 (3 minutes) 2 (6 minutes) 1 (5 minutes) 1 (3 minutes)

Total no. of Item 8 (40 minutes) (8 minutes) QUESTIONS Comprehension 1. Why was Johnny send to hospital? (b) 2. Who are the members of Johnny’s family? (c) a. Mr and Mrs Koh b. Miss Chee c. Dr Nathan d. Veronica, Lily and Danny 3. Do you think Miss Chee likes Mr Tan? Why? Analysis 4. Do you think Johnny committed suicide? Why? (b) 5. What is Mr Koh’s occupation? Provide evidence to support your answer. (c) Evaluation 6. What is the theme of the story? Give one theme and support it using examples from the text. (a) 7. What is the message that the writer of the story is trying to convey? . How does the setting of the story connect to your readings? MARKING SCHEME Comprehension 1. Answer: He was sent to hospital for drinking weedkiller, Parquat. (2 marks) 2. D (1 mark) 3. Answer:

Yes. Miss Chee likes Mr Tan. She was trying to attract his attention during the discussion on what happen to Johnny. (2 marks) Analysis 4. Answer: should display logical, critical thinking; it should make sense while considering what happen in the story. (3 marks) 5. Answer: Mr Koh is an insurance seller. It can be seen when Mr Tan was saying that Johnny might as some insurance and Mr Koh was unhappy with the fact. He assumed that Johnny bought insurance from others and not from him. (3 marks) Evaluation 6. Answer: Gossiping / Social Value / Attitude of People (3 marks) 7. Answer: Community relationship / Pay attention to trivial matters / Materialism (3 marks) 8. Answer: Residential Area in Malaysia; should display logical, critical thinking; it should something that the can help to relate their personal experience to the setting of place in the story.

real value of money and property”

Critical Thinking: Marketing Marketing is more than commercials on the television or billboards that dot the highways, they are more than advertisements in the paper or salesman attempting to sell you their products. Many believe that this is marketing but marketing is so much more complex than the advertising and the selling of goods and services. Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in your products and/or services. Ward) Another definition is “Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, ervices, organizations, and events to create and maintain relationships that will satisfy individual and organizational objectives. ” (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) Marketing evolves from the birth of an idea that a customer may want or need and satisfying that customer. In order to satisfy particular customers a company must set up some controlled variables or Marketing Mix.

Product, place promotions, and price make up the marketing mix and are know as the four Ps. Over the past two decades marketing has seen various changes. These changes re mainly coming from the intervention in technology, especially with the application of information technology (IT). Yet, as more marketing changes, more it seems they are the same. It is still a dynamic, competitive and creative activity that is the part of our day to day life. Marketers always wanted to understand the need of the market and try to satisfy the consumer demand.

For this, they create or modify products or services, communicate about the new products or services and their benefits, distribute and sell in such a manner so that customers can get the aximum value from the product/services. In this process, they have to understand the target segment, their willingness to buy and ability to buy, economic condition, communication strategy, competitors offering in the market, pricing strategy, supply chain network, inventory management strategy and finally the social impact.

So implementing successful marketing strategy is not so easy, as it is perceived among most of the organizations. The economic power has shifted from marketers to customers. This shift happens in the market place due to the technology. Today customers have the access to nformation that lets them make much more informed decisions. Customers are increasingly telling companies what type of product or services they want and when, where and how they want to buy them.

Before purchase a product or service, they compare each of the competitors’ product and their pricing, availability and value for money. So customers are now in control. Customer’s action and their demands are profoundly impacting every industry in the market. Work Citied (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) PDF Books Gutman, Robert W. Mozart: A Marketing Biography. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1999

communication as a guide to belief and action

Critical Thinking: Marketing Marketing is more than commercials on the television or billboards that dot the highways, they are more than advertisements in the paper or salesman attempting to sell you their products. Many believe that this is marketing but marketing is so much more complex than the advertising and the selling of goods and services. Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in your products and/or services. Ward) Another definition is “Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, ervices, organizations, and events to create and maintain relationships that will satisfy individual and organizational objectives. ” (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) Marketing evolves from the birth of an idea that a customer may want or need and satisfying that customer. In order to satisfy particular customers a company must set up some controlled variables or Marketing Mix.

Product, place promotions, and price make up the marketing mix and are know as the four Ps. Over the past two decades marketing has seen various changes. These changes re mainly coming from the intervention in technology, especially with the application of information technology (IT). Yet, as more marketing changes, more it seems they are the same. It is still a dynamic, competitive and creative activity that is the part of our day to day life. Marketers always wanted to understand the need of the market and try to satisfy the consumer demand.

For this, they create or modify products or services, communicate about the new products or services and their benefits, distribute and sell in such a manner so that customers can get the aximum value from the product/services. In this process, they have to understand the target segment, their willingness to buy and ability to buy, economic condition, communication strategy, competitors offering in the market, pricing strategy, supply chain network, inventory management strategy and finally the social impact.

So implementing successful marketing strategy is not so easy, as it is perceived among most of the organizations. The economic power has shifted from marketers to customers. This shift happens in the market place due to the technology. Today customers have the access to nformation that lets them make much more informed decisions. Customers are increasingly telling companies what type of product or services they want and when, where and how they want to buy them.

Before purchase a product or service, they compare each of the competitors’ product and their pricing, availability and value for money. So customers are now in control. Customer’s action and their demands are profoundly impacting every industry in the market. Work Citied (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) PDF Books Gutman, Robert W. Mozart: A Marketing Biography. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1999

intellectual skills

Critical Thinking: Marketing Marketing is more than commercials on the television or billboards that dot the highways, they are more than advertisements in the paper or salesman attempting to sell you their products. Many believe that this is marketing but marketing is so much more complex than the advertising and the selling of goods and services. Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in your products and/or services. Ward) Another definition is “Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, ervices, organizations, and events to create and maintain relationships that will satisfy individual and organizational objectives. ” (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) Marketing evolves from the birth of an idea that a customer may want or need and satisfying that customer. In order to satisfy particular customers a company must set up some controlled variables or Marketing Mix.

Product, place promotions, and price make up the marketing mix and are know as the four Ps. Over the past two decades marketing has seen various changes. These changes re mainly coming from the intervention in technology, especially with the application of information technology (IT). Yet, as more marketing changes, more it seems they are the same. It is still a dynamic, competitive and creative activity that is the part of our day to day life. Marketers always wanted to understand the need of the market and try to satisfy the consumer demand.

For this, they create or modify products or services, communicate about the new products or services and their benefits, distribute and sell in such a manner so that customers can get the aximum value from the product/services. In this process, they have to understand the target segment, their willingness to buy and ability to buy, economic condition, communication strategy, competitors offering in the market, pricing strategy, supply chain network, inventory management strategy and finally the social impact.

So implementing successful marketing strategy is not so easy, as it is perceived among most of the organizations. The economic power has shifted from marketers to customers. This shift happens in the market place due to the technology. Today customers have the access to nformation that lets them make much more informed decisions. Customers are increasingly telling companies what type of product or services they want and when, where and how they want to buy them.

Before purchase a product or service, they compare each of the competitors’ product and their pricing, availability and value for money. So customers are now in control. Customer’s action and their demands are profoundly impacting every industry in the market. Work Citied (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) PDF Books Gutman, Robert W. Mozart: A Marketing Biography. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1999

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking: Marketing Marketing is more than commercials on the television or billboards that dot the highways, they are more than advertisements in the paper or salesman attempting to sell you their products. Many believe that this is marketing but marketing is so much more complex than the advertising and the selling of goods and services. Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in your products and/or services. Ward) Another definition is “Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, ervices, organizations, and events to create and maintain relationships that will satisfy individual and organizational objectives. ” (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) Marketing evolves from the birth of an idea that a customer may want or need and satisfying that customer. In order to satisfy particular customers a company must set up some controlled variables or Marketing Mix.

Product, place promotions, and price make up the marketing mix and are know as the four Ps. Over the past two decades marketing has seen various changes. These changes re mainly coming from the intervention in technology, especially with the application of information technology (IT). Yet, as more marketing changes, more it seems they are the same. It is still a dynamic, competitive and creative activity that is the part of our day to day life. Marketers always wanted to understand the need of the market and try to satisfy the consumer demand.

For this, they create or modify products or services, communicate about the new products or services and their benefits, distribute and sell in such a manner so that customers can get the aximum value from the product/services. In this process, they have to understand the target segment, their willingness to buy and ability to buy, economic condition, communication strategy, competitors offering in the market, pricing strategy, supply chain network, inventory management strategy and finally the social impact.

So implementing successful marketing strategy is not so easy, as it is perceived among most of the organizations. The economic power has shifted from marketers to customers. This shift happens in the market place due to the technology. Today customers have the access to nformation that lets them make much more informed decisions. Customers are increasingly telling companies what type of product or services they want and when, where and how they want to buy them.

Before purchase a product or service, they compare each of the competitors’ product and their pricing, availability and value for money. So customers are now in control. Customer’s action and their demands are profoundly impacting every industry in the market. Work Citied (Boone & Kurtz, 1998) PDF Books Gutman, Robert W. Mozart: A Marketing Biography. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1999