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english spm module 1

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MODULE 1 : Learning outcomes: 2.2 a : Skimming and scanning for specific information and ideas 2.

2 i : Stating what text is about 2.2 iii : Asking and answering questions 2.2iv : Identifying main ideas 2.2 b vi : Using dictionary to find the meaning of words

Task 1 : Vocabulary Building ( 30 minutes) Matching words with their meanings Task 2 : Advertisements ( 20 minutes) Answering WH-questions Task 3 : Signs and labels ( 30 minutes) Identifying true/false questions Task 4 : Graphics ( 30 minutes) Matching sentences with the appropriate graphs Task 5 : Consolidation ( 10 minutes)

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Task 1 – Vocabulary development Match the words to their meanings. A. Use dictionary if necessary. especially expensive ones. in a hotel A journey by ship for pleasure A room where two beds are provided An act of leaving a place The amount that needs to be paid after all deductions have been made A set of related services or things offered together Meals and accommodation The place that someone is going to The time allotted for the course of study The necessary qualifications to enrol into an institute of education The number of students allowed to enrol in a course A join academic programme between two institutions of education Studying not on full-time basis A service set up to give advice to students 2 . Education Counselling Duration Entry qualification Intake Part time study Twinning programme B. Meals and restaurants Ala carte Appertiser Buffet Dessert Set lunch/dinner Sweet food served after the main meal A combination of food suggested by the restaurant and has a fixed price Each dish has a separate price A variety of dishes spread out on a table where people serve themselves and move away to eat A small dish at the beginning of a meal A ticket to a destination and back again A room for one person Depending whether the facility is in used or not A set of rooms. Hotels and holidays Cruise Departure Destination Food and Lodging Nett Package Return ticket Single occupancy Subject to availability Suite Twin sharing C.

Meals and restaurants Ala carte Appertiser Buffet Dessert Set lunch/dinner Each dish has a separate price A small dish at the beginning of a meal A variety of dishes spread out on a table where people serve themselves and move away to eat Sweet food served after the main meal A combination of food suggested by the restaurant and has a fixed price A journey by ship for pleasure An act of leaving a place The place that someone is going to Meals and accommodation The amount that needs to be paid after all deductions have been made A set of related services or things offered together A ticket to a destination and back again A room for one person Depending whether the facility is in used or not A set of rooms. Hotels and holidays Cruise Departure Destination Food and Lodging Nett Package Return ticket Single occupancy Subject to availability Suite Twin sharing C.Answer Key Task 1 A. Education Counselling Duration Entry qualification Intake Part time study Twinning programme B. in a hotel A room where two beds are provided A service set up to give advice to students The time allotted for the course of study The necessary qualifications to enrol into an institute of education The number of students allowed to enrol in a course Studying not on full-time basis A join academic programme between two institutions of education 3 . especially expensive ones.

b) When will the camp be held? _____________________________________. Which of the following statement is true? A. The dancing lessons are not very expensive. C. Question 1. Only beginners are allowed to enrol for the dancing lessons. c) What is the objective of the camp? It is to____________________________. B. Use dictionary if necessary. d) Where will the camp be held?_____________________________________ 4 . Understand the advertisements Work with your partner to answer the questions below. a) What club is organising the camp? _________________________________. Question 2 Read the advertisement below and answer the questions that follow. Only members of Fitness Club can enrol for the lessons.Task 2 –Advertisements A.

Sunnydale Beach Resort offers the following except A free gifts B welcome drink C buffet breakfast D guided tours Question 2 Freshest pick at the lowest prices What is being offered by Sun Supermarket? A The freshest items are for picking here. read the question first and then study the information given to find the answer. D You can buy fresh food items at a very low price. For each of the questions below. encourage students to get to know Tanjung Malim. Question 1 According to the advertisement. help children in their English. raise funds for the rural pupils. C.e) The main purpose of organising the children camp is to A. 5 . C You will get a refund if you buy fresh food items. D. promote Selesa Resort B. B All items are sold at discount here. B. Choose the best answer.

D 6 . Choose the best answer 1. C 2.Answer key Task 2 A. Understand the advertisement 1 2 C (a) (b) (c) (d) The Interact Club of Tanjung Malim On 20th May help raise the standard of English among pupils from rural areas Selesa Resort B.

Read the statements below and write whether the statements are true or false. ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ 7 . CHILDREN BELOW 12 SHOULD BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS/ADULTS Read the statements below and write whether the statements are true or false. b) Adults should be accompanied by their children. d) You are not allowed to bring in food as you can purchase it in the store. a) Children under 12 are allowed in under supervision. Identifying true-false statements Question 1 Study the sign below. ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ Question 2 Study the sign below. c) Only fast food is not allowed in the store. a) You can bring food and drinks into the store. b) All types of food and drinks are not allowed in the store.Task 3 – Signs and labels A. c) Children above 12 are not allowed in . d) Children above 12 are allowed in if accompanied by adults.

B. d) You are allowed to litter in this area. b) You are not allowed to throw rubbish in this area. LITTERING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED ON THESE PREMISES a) You are allowed to bring rubbish in this area.Question 3 Read the statements below and write whether the statements are true or false. c) You can litter as you please in this area. Choose the best answer Question 1 PARK YOUR VEHICLES AT DESIGNATED PLACES The notice above means that you have to park your vehicle A at places allocated for you B at any place you want C at your own risk D in secluded area Question 2 CAUTION DO NOT STAND ON STEPS The notice above is to warn passengers that it is A all right to stand on the steps B excusable to stand on the steps C dangerous to stand on the steps D better for them to stand on the steps ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ 8 .

9 . B Use of any form of fire is not allowed here. C Use of any form of uncovered light is allowed here.Question 3 Which of the following best explains the above sign? A B C D Question 4 Rest area Disabled resting Disabled crossing Wheelchairs available What should you do if you see the sign above? A Make a U turn B Keep on driving C Stop and park my vehicle D Stop and wait until the gate is opened Question 5 Which of the statements below best explains the sign? A Use of any form of fire is allowed here. D Use of any form of covered light is not allowed here.

Answer key Task 3 A. B materials nearby are inflammable.Question 6 This sign tells you that A materials nearby can be burnt. Choose the best answer 1 2 3 4 5 6 A C C D C B 10 . Identify true/ false statements 1 (a) (b) (c) (d) 2 (a) (b) (c) (d) False True False False True False False False 3 (a) False (b) True (c) False (d) False B. C materials here are allowed to be burnt.

Look at the graphs below. there was a sharp fall in October. but increased in October. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ 4 Car sales dropped in September. Match each sentence with the appropriate graph. to exceed the 11 . 5 Car sales remained constant during the three months. 3 There was a steady fall in sales in September and October. 2 Car sales rose steadily from August to October.Task 4 – Charts A. September and October. 1 After a small increase in the sales of cars in September. August sales. Which graph does each sentence below describe? Match each sentence with the appropriate graph. They show the sales of cars during August.

12 . C Students spend the most amount of time on musical programmes.B. B Students prefer watching drama to entertainment programmes. Read the questions carefully and choose the best answer. Question 1 What can you conclude from the bar chart? A Students prefer comedy to movies. Question 2 Which year did most road accidents take place? A 1991 B 1992 C 1994 D 1995 Question 3 Which of the following graphs best represents the information below? Since 2002. D Students watch more dramas than documentary programmes. the number of adults suffering from hypertension has been increasing steadily.

Question 4 Which of the statements is true about the price of chicken in 2004? A The price suffered a sharp decrease in June B The price rose steadily from January to July C The price decreased from September to October D The price did not fluctuate much for the year Question 5 From the graph we can say that A fewer birds were rescued in the 2nd month compared to the 1st month B more birds were rescued in the 1st month compared to the 4th month th C more birds were rescued in the 5 month compared to the 1st month D the least number of birds was rescued in the 3rd month Question 6 13 .

The information in the pie chart shows that A more people die from cancer than any other disease B fewer people suffer from kidney failures than diabetes C the number one killer disease in Malaysia is heart related D people suffering from kidney failure and diabetes outnumber those suffering from heart disease Question 7 The pie chart shows that A all students hang out in public places B boredom and being weak in studies are the main reasons students play truant C truancy is mainly due to socializing with the wrong company Answer key Task 4 14 .

3. 5. 4. Match sentences 1. Choose the best answer 1. 3. 4. 2. A D D B D C C Task 5 – Consolidation 1. 7. 5. 2. 15 .A. 6. D A F C E B.

2. 16 . Study the chart below and answer the question that follows. Based on the chart above. which statement is incorrect? A Most cases of lung cancer among people under 60 are linked to smoking B It is clear that smoking does not affect one suffering from lung cancer C About half the cases of lung cancer among people over 60 are not linked to smoking 3.

you will get a free gift if you A buy a single receipt B buy an imported glass worth RM100 C buy items worth RM100 and above in a single receipt D buy items less than RM100 in a single receipt 17 .4. • • 27 & 28 July 2006 Free imported glass with minimum purchase of RM 100 and above in a single receipt According to the advertisement. 6 days a week 11 sept-11 oct 2006 Which of the following statements is not true about the Acrobatic Duo show? A It features two acrobats B The acrobats are from Italy C The shows are held for a month D The shows are held throughout the week 5. School holiday special The Italian Acrobatic Duo 3 shows a day.

D 5.6. C 18 . C 4.Consolidation 1. C 2. A 3. ABSOLUTELY FREE! A colour printer with every purchase of a personal computer The above advertisement tells you that you will receive A an offer to buy a personal computer B a personal computer if you buy a colour printer C a colour printer if you buy a personal computer Answer key Task 5 . C 6.

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