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Form 2 - Short Story - One Is One and All Alone

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FORM 2

Short Story
One is one
and all alone
Table of Contents
Synopsis
Elements
Activities
Assessment
Answer Key
Glossary
Panel of writers
DRAFT
Synopsis
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SHORT STORY
“One is One and All Alone” by Nicholas Fisk is a science fiction story, set in 2045. The
main character is Trish, an 11-year old girl who is the only child on a spaceship to Trion.
Her father is the Executive Officer of the spaceship and her mother is in Trion helping to set
up a space station. She will only meet her mother in mid January 2047.
After three months, she feels lonely and bored as she does not have any real friends to
talk to except her private, multi-functional diary: the VoicePrinter (VP). VP is an intelligent
computer which keeps Trish entertained with its ability to perform many functions.
Through her dialogue sessions with VP, Trish learns about clones and the cloning
process. The idea of cloning fascinates Trish and she soon decides to create a clone to
keep her company in the spaceship Biolab without her father’s knowledge. She names her
new identical twin “Clo” and initially it becomes her perfect friend and companion. They
have fun playing and sharing their time together.
However, certain mannerism of Clo begins to irritate Trish as the clone behaves and
thinks like her. Soon they start to argue and disagree with each other over trivial matters.
The last straw happens one night when Clo starts referring to Trish’s mum as her mum and
this upsets Trish as she feels her privacy is being invaded.
The next day, Trish opens up her diary and confides in VP that she does not like to be
“swamped, invaded and taken over.” At that instant, she decides to dispose off Clo forever
through the “DISPOSAL” hatch near her cabin.
The story ends with a twist when it is Trish who is disposed by Clo. Clo then assumes
Trish’s identity and Trish’s dad is not aware of the change at all. Clo then enjoys being “one
is one and all alone” and her new lease of life as Trish in the spaceship.
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Curriculum Development Division. Ministry of Education Malaysia. 2010

Elements
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SHORT
STORY
SETTING
SOCIAL SETTING
PHYSICAL SETTING: SPACESHIP
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Time
The story takes place in a spaceship which is in orbit in 2045 and will only
reach its destination, Trion, in 2 year’s time.
Period
The era of space exploration and advancement in computer technology
enable human cloning to become a reality.
Corridor
The passageways that run along the length of the spaceship.
Toilet/loo
Situated down the corridor where Trish and Clo accidentally saw themselves
face to face.
Diner
Venue where Trish and her dad spend their time together having chocolate
milkshakes.
Cabin
Trish’s personal living cubicle which is equipped with an intelligent computer
called VoicePrinter (VP).
Biolab
A biology lab where ‘Clo’ was cloned.
Store
A room where basic necessities like toothbrushes, towels, etc are stored.
Disposal System
5 disposal hatches around the spaceship where unwanted things are
disposed off into infinite space.
Main character
11 years old; the only child on the spaceship
heading towards Trion.
Lonely and bored.
Misses personal interactions with
her parents as her Dad is busy with his
work and Mum is away.
Relies on the VoicePrinter (VP) for
companionship and information.
Intelligent: she masters the cloning technology
and created a clone of herself.
Short sighted as her cloning plan backfires.
Clo becomes a nuisance to her.
Clo in turn gets rid of Trish through the
Disposal Hatch instead.
Identical twin created by Trish in the
Biolab using cloning technology.
Trish’s friend and companion before she
‘got sick’ of her.
Quick thinking as she out
manoeuvres
Trish and gets rid of her creator.
Cautious, as she assumes Trish’s
identity at the end of the story.
Executive Officer of the spaceship.
Busy and preoccupied with work as
the captain of the spaceship.
Tries to spend time with Trish, his
daughter at the diner; indulging her
with chocolate milkshakes.
Does not realise that Trish has been
replaced by Clo at the end of the story.
Versatile and intelligent computer.
Tutor and companion to Trish in her
lonely days.
An avenue for Trish’s private thoughts, feelings
and opinions.
CHARACTER
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Trish Clo
THEMES
VALUES
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Trish’s Dad VoicePrinter
Cloning
Trish clones herself in order to have a companion during her lonely
days in the spaceship. However, her utopian plan backfires and in the
end Trish is disposed off by ‘Clo’ and her place taken over by ‘Clo’.
Friendship and companionship.
Being the only child on a spaceship with both her parents unable to
spend time with her, Trish longs for friendship and companionship.
The VoicePrinter cannot provide all her needs and she resorts to
cloning to ‘make another Me’, so that she can have a friend and
companion of her own age.
Loneliness
Despite having the latest technology around her, Trish feels “sick of
computer images and sounds”. She wishes for someone to talk to, a
companion to share her feelings and emotions. She longs for
someone of her own age.
Science and Technology
The advancement of science and technology have led to an invention
of a spaceship carrying humans to outer space. Trish has a
VoicePrinter as a companion which she could communicate with.
Through science and technology too, Trish succeeded in creating a
clone of herself. Trish’s mother is busy setting up a space station on
Trion.
LITERARY DEVICES
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1. Family bonding
2. Think before you leap
3. Be thankful for what we have
4. Two wrongs do not make a right
5. Aware of our weaknesses and shortcomings
Point of View
The story is told in the first person point of view. The first person narration enables the
writer to vividly describe the actions and emotions of the characters in the short story. The
readers have access to the thoughts and emotions of the main character, Trish, and later,
Clo, after she murders Trish.
Style
A simple science fiction written as diary entries, in the form of dialogues. The diary entries
allow us to get closer to the main character and her thoughts through simple and
straightforward writing.
Repetition
“I’m sick of Me. I’m sick of being the only child on the ship. I’m sick of computer images
and sounds” (p. 44)
“When Clo has nothing to do, it’s always pick, pick, pick” (p.48)
Trish repeats the word “sick” to emphasise her disappointment and frustration of being the
only child on board the spaceship. She repeats the word “pick” to show her disgust of
Clo’s irrirating picking habit.
Imagery
“Rolling bits of skin around a fingernail.” and “They writhe and fiddle all the time.”
(p. 48-49 – Para 1 – Line 6-8)
One can visualise what Clo is doing with her fingernails. One may find this an irritating
habit. This obviously annoys Trish. However, looking at her age and her ability to
understand, she fails to realise that Clo is just a mirror image of herself since they are both
duplicates. By reprimanding Clo, she is indirectly reprimanding herself as she has the
exact same habit. In fact, Clo points out, “Look – do you mind? Stop picking at yourself”
Irony
“I can’t stand the way Clo’s mind works. I can’t stand Clo’s corny jokes, and her dismal
sulks. I can’t stand Clo’s laugh or eating habits or her finger picking”
(p. 52 – Para 2 – Line 2-4)
The irony of the situation above is, Trish finds Clo’s habits irritating and it begins to irk her.
However, she fails to see that Clo’s habits are just a reflection of her own habits. Clo is
her exact replica. Hence, Clo’s corny jokes, sulks, laughter and eating habits, the very
things she can’t stand, are the things that she does herself. This is truly ironic. Trish may
have created a clone but her immaturity in understanding this, brought about her own
downfall.
Plot
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SHORT STORY
The plot in this story depicts some very interesting sequence of events. By analysing the
important events in the story, one can better remember and understand the flow of the story.
O
In 2045, a spaceship is heading towards planet Trion. Being the only child onboard,
Trish finds it difficult to adapt being all alone most of the time.
O
Her father, the executive officer on the spaceship, tries to spend time with her in spite
of his busy schedule, while her mother was away in Trion.
O
Trish feels lonely and bored with only VP ( a VoicePrinter) as her playmate, tutor and
friend. She yearns for human companionship.
O
Through VP, Trish gets an idea on creating a clone or making ‘another Me”. She
secretly clones her own companion in the Biolab. She calls her identical twin “Clo”.
O
Initially Trish and Clo become good friends and have fun together. Trish begins to
spend less time with VP as she is occupied with Clo.
O
Soon Trish begins to get tired of Clo as her mannerism which mirrors her, begins to
irritate her. The breaking point is when Clo starts to refer to Trish’s mum as her own.
This makes Trish really angry and she plans to ‘dispose’ off Clo forever through the
disposal hatch system.
O
The story ends with a twist when the diary entry shows that Clo managed to turn the
tables on Trish and disposed off her instead.
O
Clo assumes Trish’s identity and succeeds in deceiving Trish’s dad as well.
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Steps
O
Clo then reminds herself that she needs to be Trish and enjoys her new identity and
status onboard the spaceship.
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PRE READING/ACTIVITY 1

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Guess The
Story
1 To elicit students’ interests on the short story.
2 To encourage students to predict the plot of the
story.
1 Worksheet 1a
Time : 80 minutes
1 Teacher introduces the short story to students by displaying the title and the
attached picture. (Worksheet 1a)
2 Students imagine the plot of the story by referring to the picture and the
accompanying questions. (Worksheet 1a)
3 Students write out the plot in 5 sentences. (Worksheet 1b)
4 Teacher discusses some of the plots that they have ‘created’.
5 Students refer to their answers again after they have finished reading the story.
6 Teacher draws on the students’ answers as the catalysts for the ‘epilogue’
discussion of the story.
Notes

One is One and All Alone
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PRE READING/WORKSHEET 1a

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For Lower English Proficency (LEP) students,
1) Teacher may guide them into writing the plot in the ‘prelude to
the
story’s activity.
2) Teacher shows a series of pictures from the short story and
students write
sentences based on the pictures. Use worksheet 1b
Guess The
Story

One is One and All Alone
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Prelude to the short story
1. Based on the title, what do you think
the story is about? Write 5 sentences.
2. Based on the picture, what do you think
the girl is thinking about?
Epilogue
1. Do you think the title is appropriate
for the story? Does it help you to
predict the story? Give reasons for
your answer.
2. If you were the writer, would you
change the title of the short story?
What would it be and why?
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PRE READING/WORKSHEET
1b

Guess what the story is all about based o the pictures given.
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Guess The
Story
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Aims Materials
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SETTING/ACTIVITY
2

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Trion
1 To match different settings with the correct
descriptions.
2 To place different settings in the spaceship.
1 Worksheet 2
Time : 40 minutes
Steps
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SETTING/WORKSHEET 2

Match the following descriptions to the blanks.
A 2045 – Era of Space Exploration E A personal room
B A place where Trish and dad have
their chocolate milkshakes
F Port-of-call for the spaceship in 2047
C A place where unwanted things are G Where Trish and Clo bumped into
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1 Elicit different settings in the short story.
2 Students verbally describe each setting.
3 Distribute the worksheets.
4 Students match settings in the picture.
5 Teacher recaps settings in the short story.
Students can also look for textual evidence from the text to support the information
and description given in the picture by producing a specific page number. This
activity will enhance students’ skimming and scanning skills.
Trion
Aims Materials
dumped into space each other
D An area where supplies are kept H Where Trish created her clone
8. Loo - ______

1. Year - ______
3. Store - ______ 4. Cabin - ______
5. Diner - ______
2. Trion - ______
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SETTING/ACTIVITY 3

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6. Disposal Hatch - ______
7. BioLab - _______
Lonely I
Am…
Time : 40 minutes
Steps
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SETTING/WORKSHEET
3

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1 To be able to identify settings of the story.
2
3
To help students comprehend the settings of the
story better.
To identify Trish’s moods and feelings in the
story
1 Worksheet 3
1 Teacher explains different types of settings.
2 Teacher distributes worksheets.
3 Students provide answers to the topic.
4 The students complete the task with close reference to the text.
5 The students deliver a short presentation.
The setting refers to the geographical location (place), the time and the general
environment and circumstances that prevail in a narrative. The setting helps to
establish the mood of a story
Lonely I
Am…
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY
4

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PHYSICAL SETTING / FEELINGS
1. Diner – Brings wonderful
memories of the good
times with her dad
2.
3.
4.
PERIOD
2047 – Advancement in
science & technology
TRISH’S MOOD AND FEELINGS
Pre-cloning Post-cloning
Character
Traits
Time : 40 minutes
Aims Materials
Steps
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 4a

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Adjective
Hunt
1 To identify adjectives.
2 To use adjectives correctly.
3 To explore new vocabulary.
1 Worksheet 4a and 4b
1 Get students to describe a friend. Point out the adjectives used in the description.
2 Teacher explains the meaning of “Adjectives” and brainstorm for answers.
3 Teacher distributes worksheet 4a and 4b.
4 Students find suitable adjectives from Worksheet 4a and use them to complete
Worksheet 4b.
5 Students share findings with their partner.
6 Teacher discusses the answers.
Adjectives are words which tell us more information about nouns.
Adjectives are also used to show comparison. It can be in the comparative and
superlative forms. Some adjectives form their Comparative and Superlative with
“more” and “most”. Some comparisons are irregular.
As homework, students construct five sentences using the adjectives that they
found from the Adjective Hunt handout
Hunt for the adjectives in the word maze below and fill in the appropriate boxes.
I N D U L G I N G
N V T J O R N B O
F E R B N J D U P
O R U O E F E S T
R S E L L B P Y I
M A Q D Y R E K M
A T C A R I N G I
T I W G H G D Q S
I L Y R X H E T T
V E L T Z T N L I
E O S M A R T Y C
C O N C E R N E D
F A I T H F U L M
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 4b

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Character
Traits
VoicePrinter
Dad
Trish
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY 5

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13. 1.
2.
7.
3.
4.
5.
12.
11.
10.
9.
6.
Trish & Clo
Aims Materials
Steps
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 5a
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1 Students identify changes in Trish’s character
prior to and after the cloning process.
2 Track changes in Trish’s character traits in the
development of the story.
3 Elicit students’ personal response on Trish’s
decision to opt for cloning.
1 Pictures of famous twins
2 Worksheet 5a
Time : 40 minutes
1 Teacher shows the pictures of famous twins to start off the lesson.
2 Students name and give a brief description of the twins.
3 Teacher introduces the issue of cloning.
4 Teacher guides the students on the development of Trish’s character (prior to and
after the cloning process).
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6
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Students list out Trish’s character traits in both stages of her life.
Students state their opinions on cloning in Worksheet 5b.
Some students present their viewpoints.

Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Fuller Olsen
Aidil Zaquan and Zafuan Adha Robert Bryan and Michael Bryan
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Trish & Clo
Famous
Twins
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 5b

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Trish & Clo
Trish
Pre-Cloning
1. Mature for her age
2. Lonely
3. Intelligent

4. Single-minded
5.
6.
Post-Cloning
1. Sense of humour
2. Short-sighted
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Do you agree with Trish’s decision in creating a clone as a companion? Provide
reasons for your answer.
Aims Materials
Steps
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY 6

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Contextual
Evidence
1 To identify the key traits of the character.
2 To help students understand the characteristics
by justifying their reasons supported with
contextual evidence.
1 Worksheet 6
2 Crayons & Colour Pencils
Time : 40 minutes
1 Teacher distributes Worksheet 6.
2 Students draw the chosen character from the short story.
3 Students write the character’s name below the illustration.
4 Students write one character trait that the character possesses in the “Trait”
bubbles.
5 Students support their character traits with textual evidence.
6 Students present their findings.
Character traits are words which give more information
about the characters in a short story.
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 6

Draw a character from the short story, ‘ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE’. In each bubble,
write a trait that this character possesses. Find the textual evidence from the story to
support your answer.
Character Name : __________________________

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Character
Sketch
Textual
Evidence
Page :
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Evidence
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Evidence
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ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY 7

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E-mail to
Mum
1 To be able to write an e-mail.
2 To enable students to understand Trish’s
predicament.
1 Worksheet 7
Time : 40 minutes
1 Teacher conducts a brainstorming session to recap on students’ knowledge on the
short story.
2 Teacher highlights the key events and Trish’s emotional state at that time in the
story.
3 Teacher distributes Worksheet 7.
4 Students are to assume Trish’s role and write an e-mail to her mother about the
problems that she face on the spaceship.
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 7

Trish is feeling lonely on board the spaceship. Her father is too busy handling matters
regarding the spaceship. Imagine you are Trish and you decide to write an email to
your mother on planet Trion to explain about your situation and seek her advice. Use
the space below to write your email.
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To : Mum
From : Trish
Subject :
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E-mail to
Mum
The teacher asks part of the class to assume the role of Trish’s mother and reply
their classmates’ email as further extension of the activity.
Take students to the computer lab to write the email.
Aims Materials
Steps
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ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/ACTIVITY 8

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The Hatch
1 To develop students’ creativity and imagination
skills in solving a murder mystery.
2 To develop students’ abilities to construct
sentences using the given key words.
3 To enable the students to trace out the plot of
the story in a creative way.
1 Worksheet 8
Time : 40 minutes
1 Teacher introduces the crime scene to the students.
2 Students play the role of a Crime Scene Investigator.
3 Teacher explains the students’ role as a CSI.
4 Teacher distributes Worksheet 8 and guides the students through the clues
provided.
5 Students carry out their investigation by using the clues and key words provided.
6 They write their version of the incident in a report to the Executive Officer of the
spaceship.
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/WORKSHEET 8

DISPOSAL
Imagine you are a Crime Scene Investigator on the space ship. You heard rumours
saying that Trish was murdered and her body was disposed in a disposal hatch. You
found some of her personal belongings and a note at the mouth of the hatch. The note
stated “Goodbye Trish. Happy memories, I don’t think. Yours never, Clo”. Based on
the evidence gathered at the scene, write a description of the incident to the Executive
Officer.
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For extension activity, students role play the scenes leading to the crime.
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ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/ACTIVITY 9

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“Trish” Cloning Biolab “Clo”
behavior Irritating angry hate
get rid
Disposal
Hatch
Corridor murder
Story Map
1 To help students to reproduce the plot.
1 Worksheet 9
Time : 80 minutes
1 Teacher distributes Worksheet 9 to students.
2 Students are grouped into groups of 4.
3 Students discuss the whole story and to fill in the story map with relevant details.
4 Teacher pastes each group’s work and a representative from each group will
present their findings.
5 Students will move around to look at other group’s work.
6 Teacher summarises the story.
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/WORKSHEET 9

Complete the Story Map with important events from the short story.
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For Lower English Proficiency classes, the teacher provides answers and students
can match them to the diagram.
Story Map
Title of the story : _____________________________________________
The story begins
when Trish feels
lonely aboard the
spaceship
heading towards
Trion. _________
______________
______________
______________
After the VoicePrinter
(VP) informs her
about cloning,
_________
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_______________
Next, Trish and Clo
enjoy their fellowship
together. ________
_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
The story ends when
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
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ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/ACTIVITY 10

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Then Trish becomes
irritated at Clo’s manners
and behaviours. _______
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She tries to solve the
problem by ______
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Human
Cloning
1 To gather information about cloning from the
Internet, magazines and newspapers.
2 To be able to substantiate points with concrete
facts.
3 To participate in a short debate.
1 Worksheets 10a & 10b.
2 Reading materials on the
issue.
Time : 240 minutes
1
2
3
Students research on the issue of human cloning prior to lesson.
Teacher shows a picture of “Dolly The Sheep”.
Teacher elicits responses from students on the picture.
4 Students gather information on the advantages and disadvantages of human
cloning (Worksheet 10a)
5 Organise students into two groups: the Opposition and the Government.
6
7
Teacher distributes Worksheet 10b and instructs the groups to brainstorm and fill in
their arguments
Teacher reads the rules and distributes reading materials
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Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/WORKSHEET 10a

Imagine you have the facilities to conduct cloning. What is your stand on the issue?
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This activity can be turned into a normal classroom discussion if the class consists
of Lower English Proficiency students. Assist them by asking ‘WH’ questions
which will help them to comprehend the issue better.
For High English Proficiency classes, the teacher elects a chairperson, time keeper
and adjudicators. Students debate on the issue.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Human
Cloning
A lamb,
genetically
identical to
the donor
sheep.
Donor
sheep
The advantages of human cloning according to the story

1. “Perfect friend and companion” (p. 46)
2. “Clo is me. I am Clo. We are identical twins. No, even closer
than that. Clo is made of me, from me” (p. 47)
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/WORKSHEET 10b

These are some of the points that you can use to support your stand.
Find more points and ideas from the story. Brainstorm with group members and also
use information from other resources, such as the Internet. Add more points to the list
and provide elaboration for all these points.
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Human
Cloning
Human cloning should be
legalised.
What is your stand?
Advantages
D i s a d v a n t a g e s
Other advantages of human cloning

1. Obtain organs for transplant
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The disadvantages of human cloning according to the story

1. “I don’t want to share everything: some thoughts
are private.” (P. 51)
2. “I now need two of everything – but the ship is loaded with
stores” (p. 48)
These are some of the points that you can use to support your stand.
Find more points and ideas from the story. Brainstorm with group members as well
as from other resources, such as the Internet. Add more points to the list and provide
elaboration for all these points.
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Human cloning should not be
legalised.
Other disadvantages of human cloning

1. Killing of clones for internal organs
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/ACTIVITY 11

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Tell me the
themes!
1 To identify the themes in the story.
1 Worksheet 11
Time : 40 minutes
Steps
Notes
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/WORKSHEET 11

Write out two themes you have found from the “One in One and All Alone”. Provide
evidence from the story to support your answer. Use the graphic organiser to complete
your task.
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1 Teacher elicits the themes of the short story.
2 Students support the themes with evidence from the short story.
3 Teacher assists the students as they discuss on the themes of the short story.
Students can work in pairs or groups.
Tell me the
themes!
Theme: ______________________________________________________________
Evidence from the text
1. _______________________________________________________________
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2. _______________________________________________________________
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Aims Materials
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Theme: ______________________________________________________________
Evidence from the text
1. _______________________________________________________________
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2. _______________________________________________________________
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Moral
Values
1 Worksheet 12
2 A pair of scissors
Time : 80 minutes
Steps
Notes
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1 To identify moral values in the short story.
1 Teacher cuts out the moral value cards and distributes one card to each group
(Worksheet 12).
2 Students provide evidence from the short story to support the given moral values.
3 Each group creates a two or three minute scene that illustrates the meaning of the
moral value. Students carry out a game of charade or mime based on the scene
that depicts values in the novel.
4 When each group have presented, ask the class to guess the moral values. Offer
prompts until someone states the correct moral value for each presentation.
Remember not to be confused between moral values and theme.
Moral
Values
THE MORAL OF
THE STORY
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Look before you
leap
Family bonding
Be thankful for
what we have
Two wrongs do
not make a right
Aware of our
weaknesses and
shortcomings
Figuratively
speaking
Time : 40 minutes
Aims Materials
Steps
Notes
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Unscramble the following words and match the given statements to the
correct literary device.
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1 To recognise the important literary devices.
2 To match the literary device with its correct
description.
1 Worksheet 13
1 Teacher explains the different literary devices in a short story.
2 Teacher provides some explanations and examples on literary devices
3 Teacher distributes Worksheet 13.
4 Students match the literary devices with their correct description.
5 Class discussion on students’ findings.
6 Teacher provides more examples of literary devices to further enhance their
understanding.
For Lower English Proficiency classes, teacher can list out the literary devices.
Figuratively
speaking
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Have I
understood
ieimls
iwtst idngen
drow nilooccato
leinolatrtai
stcnoatr
“Me, a picker! I never pick at my fingers”
“There are a thousand things on his mind.”(pg
41)
“It’s like being swamped, invaded, taken
over.” (pg 52)
“… bright as a button” (pg 54)
“Yum-yum!” (pg 55)
“The hatch went whoosh! (pg 56)
“I must remember from now on – my name.”
(pg 56)
ryino
tiepnoitre
getinoxegara
uosdn emsiag
asuivl emsiag
“Finished and forgotten” (pg 54)
“Finally free” (pg 54)
“Now that might sound exciting, but it’s
not”(pg 41)
“Saw 2 Trishes instead of one!” (pg 47)
“We stared at each other, eyes and mouths wide
open” (pg 48)
“When Clo has nothing to do, it’s always pick,
pick, pick”. (pg 48)
“split second” (pg 47)
“train of thought”(pg 51)
Aims Materials
Steps
Notes
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1 To be able to answer 10 comprehension
questions.
2 To check students’ understanding of the
important events in the story.
1 Worksheet 14
Time : 40 minutes
1 Teacher distributes Worksheet 14.
2 Students identify the correct answer.
3 Teacher discusses the answers, highlighting the important details and events of the
story.
Lower English Proficiency students can work in pairs.
Have I
understood
Extract 1
“ Yes, we’re heading for Trion! Now that might sound exciting, but it’s not. It’s not
exciting at all.
“ Dad does his best, he’s always poking his head round my door, grinning at me
and asking, “Hey Trish, how’s things? Everything all right? How do you fancy meeting
me in the diner at 6 o’clock for a chocolate milkshake?”
I grin back and say, “Yum, yum!” but even as I say it his face changes. The grin
is still there but the busy look is back in his eyes. There are a thousand things on his
mind. After all, he’s the ship’s Executive Officer, a big man. Even when he talks to you
he’s glancing sideways at the latest printouts.”

1. Why is Trish’s father poking his head around her door?
A. Trish has been naughty
B. To check on how Trish is doing
C. To give Trish her chocolate milkshakes.
2. Another word for “big man” found in the text is
A officer
B. father
C. important person
3. Why does Trish’s father’s face change when he talks to Trish?
A. He is busy
B. He is tired
C. He is not interested
Extract 2
“I’ll tell you what I was thinking. The BioLab in this ship is very big. It has to be, because
biology is what this trip is all about – the biology of Trion – what lives there now and what,
and who, could live there in the future. At the moment the ship’s BioLab is deserted. It
won’t become busy until we reach Trion.
I need to use it.
I need it all to myself.
I will make a clone. It will be my perfect friend and companion. Perfect, because I
am going clone myself. Make another Me.
4. Based on the above extract, what do you think a BioLab is?
A. A science laboratory
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B. The study of Biology of Trion
C. The name of the ship that Trish is in
5. Why would Trish need to use the BioLab?
A. To create a clone of herself
B. To play a game called cloning
C. BioLab won’t be busy until they reach Trion
6. What is the main reason for Trish to clone herself?
A. She wants a friend to play with
B. She wants to conduct an experiment
C. She doesn’t want to be the only child in the spaceship
Extract 3
“Dear Diary,
Once again, it’s been a long time since I spoke to you. There have been so many things
on my mind. The truth is, Clo can be a bit of pain sometimes. Only in small ways, nothing
serious. But she has this picking habit. When Clo has nothing to do, it’s always pick, pick,
pick. Rolling bits of skin around a fingernail. You can’t avoid looking at her fingers. They
writhe and fiddle all the time. Pick, pick, pick.
7. Why is Clo a pain to Trish sometimes?
A. She is never serious
B. She has a picking habit
C. She writhes and fiddles all the time
8. Who is Clo?
A. Trish’s pet
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Suggested
answer
B. Trish’s clone
C. A computer programme
9. What does Clo pick?
A. Her finger
B. Bits of skin
C. Trish’s mistakes
10. What is the relationship between Clo and Trish?
A. Sister
B. Twin
C. Friend
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Activity 1a : Pre-reading
Suggested Answers:
1. Her own sad reflection in the mirror
2. How long am I going to spend time in space?
Activity 2 : Trion
1. A 5. B
2. F 6. C
3. D 7. H
4. E 8. G
Activity 3 : Lonely I Am
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Time : 2045
Physical setting : 1. Diner
2. Bio Lab
3. Disposable Hatch
4. Cabin
Mood and feelings : (Suggested answers)
Pre-cloning : 1. Lonely,
2. Feeling neglected
3. Experimental
Post-cloning : 1. Initially happy
2. Annoyed
3. Irritated
Activity 4a : Adjective hunt
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Activity 4a : Adjective Hunt
Informative
Concerned
Versatile
Faithful
Bright
Busy
Caring
Indulging
Optimistic
Smart
Adventurous
Independent
Lonely
Activity 4b : Character Traits
Dad (1-6) Trish (7-10) Voice Printer (11-13)
Concerned Bright Informative
Busy Adventurous Versatile
Smart Independent Faithful
Caring Lonely
Indulging
Optimistic
Activity 5b : Trish and Clo
Pre-cloning Post-cloning
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1 Mature for her age 1 Sense of humour
2 Lonely 2 Short-sighted
3 Intelligent 3 Irritated
4 Single-minded 4 Disappointed with her ‘product’
5 Bored 5 Impatient
6 Bold 6 Fault finding
Do you agree with Trish’s decision in creating a clone as a companion? Provide
reasons for your answer.
Agree : She was lonely and only had VP for companion.
It was not her fault as her parents were busy with their work
and neglected her.
Disagree : It was a reckless decision as she tried something that eventually
caused her demise.
She should not play God and decide who she wants to create.
Activity 6 : Character Sketch
Character name : Trish
Trait : Lonely
Textual evidence : “I am so lonely, that’s my trouble. I am the only child on
this ship.’
Activity 10b : Human Cloning
The advantages of human cloning according to the story
1. “Perfect friend and companion.” (P.46)
2. “No wonder we’re such perfect friends.” (P.48)
3. “I haven’t spoken to you for ages because I’ve been so busy with
my new friend Clo.” (P.47)
Other Advantages of Human Cloning
1. Major advancements in medicine
2. Does not involve modification of human DNA
3. Cloning is just like twins or triplets
The Disadvantages of human cloning according to the story.
1. “I don’t want to share everything: some thoughts are private.” (P. 51)
2. “I now need two of everything – but the ship is loaded with stores” (p. 48)
Other Disadvantages of human cloning.
1. Killing of clones for internal organs
2. Trying to play God
3. Technology has not perfected
4. Diminish genetic disorder
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5. Trying to select qualities according to our liking is against ethics
6. Crossing barrier into the ‘unknown’
Activity 11 : Tell me the themes
Theme : Dangers of cloning
Evidence from the text : Trish disposed Clo when the latter wanted to get
rid of her (P. 56)
The designed clone is beyond Trish’s control and
liking once she was created.
Theme : The need for friendship and companionship
Evidence from the text : Trish yearns for companionship and friends on
the spaceship as her parents are busy at work.
The VoicePrinter could not help her in that aspect
and she resorted to cloning (P. 41)
Activity 13 : Figuratively speaking
Solving the anagram
1) ieimls ( simile )
2) iwtst idngen ( twist ending )
3) drow nilooccato ( word collocation )
4) leinolatrtai ( alliteration )
5) stcnoatr ( contrast )
6) ryino ( irony )
7) tiepnoitre (repetition )
8) getinoxegara ( exaggeration )
9) uosdn emsiag (s ound images )
10) asuivl emsiag ( visual images )
Matching
1) “Me, a picker! I never pick at my fingers” IRONY
2) “There are a thousand things on his mind.”(pg 41) EXAGGERATION
3) “… bright as a button” (pg 54) SIMILE
4) “The hatch went whoosh! (pg 56) SOUND IMAGES
5) “I must remember from now on – my name.” (pg 56) TWIST ENDING
6) “Finished and forgotten” (pg 54) ALLITERATION
7) “Now that might sound exciting, but it’s not”(pg 41) CONTRAST
8) “Saw 2 Trishes instead of one!” (pg 47) VISUAL IMAGES
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Panel of
Writers
9) “When Clo has nothing to do, it’s always pick, pick, pick”. (pg 48) REPETITION
10) “train of thought”(pg 51) WORD COLLOCATION
Activity 14 : Have I Understood?
1 B 6 A
2 A 7 B
3 A 8 B
4 A 9 A
5 B 10 C
ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SHORT STORY
Coordinators
Diana Fatimah Bt Ahmad Sahani Bahagian Pembangunan Kurikulum, KPM
Masreen Wirda Bt Mohammad Ali Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia
Tengku Ireneza Marina Tunku Mazlan Aras 4-8, Blok E9
Eileen Jessie Ah Guan Kompleks Kerajaan Parcel E
Ng Yew Kee Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62604 Putrajaya
Jimmy Then Choon Jing SMK Bintulu, Peti Surat 97
97007 Bintulu, Sarawak.
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Panel of Writers
Xavier Manickam SMK Rantau, Jalan Linsum,
(Panel Head) 71200 Rantau, Negeri Sembilan.
Au Yeong Weng Hang SMK Seri Permaisuri, Bandar Seri Permaisuri
56000 Kuala Lumpur.
Hazrimah Abdul Rahim SMK Cyberjaya, Persiaran Fauna 2,
Zon Flagship 2, 63000 Cyberjaya.
Nurul Bt Saharudin MRSM Taiping, Jalan Bukit Larut,
34000 Taiping, Perak.
Hemalatha a/p Bala Subramaniam SMK Taman Dato Harun,KM 12 Jalan Kelang Lama
46000 Petaling Jaya.
Ratnawati Kassim SMK Kpg Datp’ Ahmad Said, Lebuh Rajawali,
30020 Ipoh, Perak.
Yusliza Mohd Yusop MRSM Alor Gajah, Lot 1720, Mukim Air Pa’abas
78000 Alor Gajah, Melaka.
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Curriculum Development Division. Ministry of Education Malaysia 2010 .

ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE

SHORT STORY

Synopsis
“One is One and All Alone” by Nicholas Fisk is a science fiction story, set in 2045. The main character is Trish, an 11-year old girl who is the only child on a spaceship to Trion. Her father is the Executive Officer of the spaceship and her mother is in Trion helping to set up a space station. She will only meet her mother in mid January 2047. After three months, she feels lonely and bored as she does not have any real friends to talk to except her private, multi-functional diary: the VoicePrinter (VP). VP is an intelligent computer which keeps Trish entertained with its ability to perform many functions. Through her dialogue sessions with VP, Trish learns about clones and the cloning process. The idea of cloning fascinates Trish and she soon decides to create a clone to keep her company in the spaceship Biolab without her father’s knowledge. She names her new identical twin “Clo” and initially it becomes her perfect friend and companion. They have fun playing and sharing their time together. However, certain mannerism of Clo begins to irritate Trish as the clone behaves and thinks like her. Soon they start to argue and disagree with each other over trivial matters. The last straw happens one night when Clo starts referring to Trish’s mum as her mum and this upsets Trish as she feels her privacy is being invaded. The next day, Trish opens up her diary and confides in VP that she does not like to be “swamped, invaded and taken over.” At that instant, she decides to dispose off Clo forever through the “DISPOSAL” hatch near her cabin. The story ends with a twist when it is Trish who is disposed by Clo. Clo then assumes Trish’s identity and Trish’s dad is not aware of the change at all. Clo then enjoys being “one is one and all alone” and her new lease of life as Trish in the spaceship.

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ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE STORY

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Elements
SETTING SOCIAL SETTING

Time
The story takes place in a spaceship which is in orbit in 2045 and will only reach its destination, Trion, in 2 year’s time.

Period
The era of space exploration and advancement in computer technology enable human cloning to become a reality. Corridor The passageways that run along the length of the spaceship. PHYSICAL SETTING: SPACESHIP Toilet/loo Situated down the corridor where Trish and Clo accidentally saw themselves face to face. Diner Venue where Trish and her dad spend their time together having chocolate milkshakes. Cabin Trish’s personal living cubicle which is equipped with an intelligent computer called VoicePrinter (VP). Biolab A biology lab where ‘Clo’ was cloned. Store A room where basic necessities like toothbrushes, towels, etc are stored. Disposal System 3 5 disposal hatches around the spaceship where unwanted things are disposed off into infinite space.

CHARACTER

Main character 11 years old; the only child on the spaceship heading towards Trion. Lonely and bored. Misses personal interactions with her parents as her Dad is busy with his work and Mum is away. Relies on the VoicePrinter (VP) for companionship and information. Intelligent: she masters the cloning technology and created a clone of herself. Short sighted as her cloning plan backfires. Clo becomes a nuisance to her. Clo in turn gets rid of Trish through the Disposal Hatch instead.

Identical twin created by Trish in the Biolab using cloning technology. Trish’s friend and companion before she ‘got sick’ of her. Quick thinking as she out manoeuvres Trish and gets rid of her creator. Cautious, as she assumes Trish’s identity at the end of the story.

Trish

Clo

Executive Officer of the spaceship. Busy and preoccupied with work as the captain of the spaceship. Tries to spend time with Trish, his daughter at the diner; indulging her with chocolate milkshakes. Does not realise that Trish has been replaced by Clo at the end of the story. Versatile and intelligent computer. Tutor and companion to Trish in her lonely days. An avenue for Trish’s private thoughts, feelings and opinions.

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Trish’s Dad

VoicePrinter

THEMES

Cloning Trish clones herself in order to have a companion during her lonely days in the spaceship. However, her utopian plan backfires and in the end Trish is disposed off by ‘Clo’ and her place taken over by ‘Clo’.

Friendship and companionship. Being the only child on a spaceship with both her parents unable to spend time with her, Trish longs for friendship and companionship. The VoicePrinter cannot provide all her needs and she resorts to cloning to ‘make another Me’, so that she can have a friend and companion of her own age.

Loneliness Despite having the latest technology around her, Trish feels “sick of computer images and sounds”. She wishes for someone to talk to, a companion to share her feelings and emotions. She longs for someone of her own age.

Science and Technology The advancement of science and technology have led to an invention of a spaceship carrying humans to outer space. Trish has a VoicePrinter as a companion which she could communicate with. Through science and technology too, Trish succeeded in creating a clone of herself. Trish’s mother is busy setting up a space station on Trion.

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I’m sick of being the only child on the ship.” and “They writhe and fiddle all the time. Family bonding Think before you leap Be thankful for what we have Point ofTwo wrongs do not make a right View 4. 44) “When Clo has nothing to do. after she murders Trish. 6 . 48-49 – Para 1 – Line 6-8) One can visualise what Clo is doing with her fingernails. 52 – Para 2 – Line 2-4) The irony of the situation above is. She repeats the word “pick” to show her disgust of Clo’s irrirating picking habit. Style A simple science fiction written as diary entries. By reprimanding Clo. The readers have access to the thoughts and emotions of the main character. in the form of dialogues. LITERARY is told in the first person and shortcomings first person narration enables the The story DEVICES weaknesses point of view. Clo points out. I can’t stand Clo’s corny jokes. I can’t stand Clo’s laugh or eating habits or her finger picking” (p. The diary entries allow us to get closer to the main character and her thoughts through simple and straightforward writing.” (p. One may find this an irritating habit. However. However. In fact. The 5. she is indirectly reprimanding herself as she has the exact same habit. she fails to see that Clo’s habits are just a reflection of her own habits.1. pick. the very things she can’t stand. I’m sick of computer images and sounds” (p. she fails to realise that Clo is just a mirror image of herself since they are both duplicates. Clo is her exact replica. Trish may have created a clone but her immaturity in understanding this. are the things that she does herself. Aware of our writer to vividly describe the actions and emotions of the characters in the short story. looking at her age and her ability to understand. and her dismal sulks. sulks. Trish. Imagery “Rolling bits of skin around a fingernail.48) Trish repeats the word “sick” to emphasise her disappointment and frustration of being the only child on board the spaceship. This obviously annoys Trish. pick” (p. 2. it’s always pick. laughter and eating habits. 3. Trish finds Clo’s habits irritating and it begins to irk her. and later. Repetition “I’m sick of Me. “Look – do you mind? Stop picking at yourself” Irony “I can’t stand the way Clo’s mind works. brought about her own downfall. Clo. This is truly ironic. Hence. Clo’s corny jokes.

the executive officer on the spaceship. 7 .         In 2045. Soon Trish begins to get tired of Clo as her mannerism which mirrors her. Her father. Trish gets an idea on creating a clone or making ‘another Me”. tutor and friend. while her mother was away in Trion. She secretly clones her own companion in the Biolab. Clo assumes Trish’s identity and succeeds in deceiving Trish’s dad as well. The breaking point is when Clo starts to refer to Trish’s mum as her own. Trish feels lonely and bored with only VP ( a VoicePrinter) as her playmate. She yearns for human companionship. The story ends with a twist when the diary entry shows that Clo managed to turn the tables on Trish and disposed off her instead. Through VP. This makes Trish really angry and she plans to ‘dispose’ off Clo forever through the disposal hatch system. begins to irritate her.ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SHORT STORY Plot The plot in this story depicts some very interesting sequence of events. tries to spend time with her in spite of his busy schedule. one can better remember and understand the flow of the story. By analysing the important events in the story. Trish begins to spend less time with VP as she is occupied with Clo. Being the only child onboard. a spaceship is heading towards planet Trion. She calls her identical twin “Clo”. Trish finds it difficult to adapt being all alone most of the time. Initially Trish and Clo become good friends and have fun together.

 Clo then reminds herself that she needs to be Trish and enjoys her new identity and status onboard the spaceship. Students refer to their answers again after they have finished reading the story. (Worksheet 1a) Students write out the plot in 5 sentences. (Worksheet 1b) Teacher discusses some of the plots that they have ‘created’. Teacher draws on the students’ answers as the catalysts for the ‘epilogue’ discussion of the story. 8 . (Worksheet 1a) Students imagine the plot of the story by referring to the picture and the accompanying questions. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PRE READING/ACTIVITY 1 Guess The Story Time : 80 minutes Aims 1 2 To elicit students’ interests on the short story. 1 Materials Worksheet 1a Steps 1 2 3 4 5 6 Teacher introduces the short story to students by displaying the title and the attached picture. To encourage students to predict the plot of the story.

Use worksheet 1b ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PRE READING/WORKSHEET 1a Guess The Story One is One and All Alone 9 . 1) Teacher may guide them into writing the plot in the ‘prelude to the story’s activity. 2) Teacher shows a series of pictures from the short story and students write sentences based on the pictures.Notes For Lower English Proficency (LEP) students.

would you change the title of the short story? What would it be and why? 10 . Based on the picture. what do you think the story is about? Write 5 sentences. Based on the title. If you were the writer. 2.One is One and All Alone Epilogue Prelude to the short story 1. 2. Do you think the title is appropriate for the story? Does it help you to predict the story? Give reasons for your answer. what do you think the girl is thinking about? 1.

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1 Materials Worksheet 2 14 . To place different settings in the spaceship.ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE 2 SETTING/ACTIVITY Trion Time : 40 minutes Aims 1 2 To match different settings with the correct descriptions.

Teacher recaps settings in the short story.Steps 1 2 3 4 5 Elicit different settings in the short story. A B C 2045 – Era of Space Exploration A place where Trish and dad have their chocolate milkshakes A place where unwanted things are E F G 15 A personal room Port-of-call for the spaceship in 2047 Where Trish and Clo bumped into . This activity will enhance students’ skimming and scanning skills. Distribute the worksheets. Notes Students can also look for textual evidence from the text to support the information and description given in the picture by producing a specific page number. Students match settings in the picture. Students verbally describe each setting. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SETTING/WORKSHEET 2 Trion Match the following descriptions to the blanks.

______ 1. Store .______ 7. BioLab .______ 5. Loo .______ 2.______ 4._______ 6. Diner . Cabin . Year .______ 3. Trion .dumped into space D An area where supplies are kept H each other Where Trish created her clone 8.______ ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SETTING/ACTIVITY 3 Lonely I Am… Time : 40 minutes Aims 16 Materials . Disposal Hatch .

The students deliver a short presentation. the time and the general environment and circumstances that prevail in a narrative. Students provide answers to the topic. To help students comprehend the settings of the story better. Teacher distributes worksheets. The students complete the task with close reference to the text. To identify Trish’s moods and feelings in the story 1 Worksheet 3 Steps 1 2 3 4 5 Teacher explains different types of settings. Notes The setting refers to the geographical location (place).1 2 3 To be able to identify settings of the story. The setting helps to establish the mood of a story ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE 3 SETTING/WORKSHEET Lonely I Am… 17 .

3. 4.PERIOD 2047 – Advancement in science & technology PHYSICAL SETTING / FEELINGS 1. TRISH’S MOOD AND FEELINGS Pre-cloning Post-cloning ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE 4 CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY Character Traits Time : 40 minutes 18 . Diner – Brings wonderful memories of the good times with her dad 2.

It can be in the comparative and superlative forms. Teacher distributes worksheet 4a and 4b. Students share findings with their partner. Students find suitable adjectives from Worksheet 4a and use them to complete Worksheet 4b. students construct five sentences using the adjectives that they found from the Adjective Hunt handout ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 4a Adjective Hunt 19 . Point out the adjectives used in the description. As homework. 1 Materials Worksheet 4a and 4b Steps 1 2 3 4 5 6 Get students to describe a friend. To explore new vocabulary. Adjectives are also used to show comparison. Teacher explains the meaning of “Adjectives” and brainstorm for answers. To use adjectives correctly. Some comparisons are irregular. Teacher discusses the answers.Aims 1 2 3 To identify adjectives. Some adjectives form their Comparative and Superlative with “more” and “most”. Notes Adjectives are words which tell us more information about nouns.

Hunt for the adjectives in the word maze below and fill in the appropriate boxes. I N F O R M A T I V E C F N V E R S A T I L E O O A D T R U E Q C W Y L S N I U J B O L D A G R T M C T L O N E L Y R H X Z A E H G R J F B R I G H T R R F I N D E P E N D E N T N U N B U S Y K G Q T L Y E L G O P T I M I S T I C D M ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 4b Character Traits 20 .

13. 4. 1. 6. Dad 11. 2. 8. Trish 5. 9. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY 5 Trish & Clo 21 . 3. VoicePrinter 12. 7. 10.

Track changes in Trish’s character traits in the development of the story. Notes ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 5a 22 . 1 2 Materials Pictures of famous twins Worksheet 5a Steps 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Teacher shows the pictures of famous twins to start off the lesson. Students state their opinions on cloning in Worksheet 5b. Some students present their viewpoints. Students list out Trish’s character traits in both stages of her life. Teacher guides the students on the development of Trish’s character (prior to and after the cloning process). Students name and give a brief description of the twins. Teacher introduces the issue of cloning.Time : 40 minutes Aims 1 2 3 Students identify changes in Trish’s character prior to and after the cloning process. Elicit students’ personal response on Trish’s decision to opt for cloning.

Trish & Clo Famous Twins Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Fuller Olsen Aidil Zaquan and Zafuan Adha Robert Bryan and Michael Bryan 23 .

5. 6. 4. 3. 2. 5. 24 . 6. 3. Mature for her age Lonely Intelligent Single-minded Trish  Post-Cloning 1. 2. Sense of humour Short-sighted Do you agree with Trish’s decision in creating a clone as a companion? Provide reasons for your answer.ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 5b Trish & Clo  Pre-Cloning 1. 4.

1 2 Materials Worksheet 6 Crayons & Colour Pencils Steps 1 2 3 4 5 6 Teacher distributes Worksheet 6. 25 . Students write the character’s name below the illustration. Students write one character trait that the character possesses in the “Trait” bubbles. Notes Character traits are words which give more information about the characters in a short story.ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY 6 Contextual Evidence Time : 40 minutes Aims 1 2 To identify the key traits of the character. Students support their character traits with textual evidence. Students present their findings. To help students understand the characteristics by justifying their reasons supported with contextual evidence. Students draw the chosen character from the short story.

ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 6 Character Sketch Draw a character from the short story. ‘ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE’. In each bubble. Character Name : __________________________  Textual Evidence  Textual Evidence  Textual Evidence Trait Page : Page : Trait 26 Trait . write a trait that this character possesses. Find the textual evidence from the story to support your answer.

ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/ACTIVITY 7 E-mail to Mum Time : 40 minutes Aims 1 2 To be able to write an e-mail. To enable students to understand Trish’s predicament. 27 . Teacher distributes Worksheet 7. Teacher highlights the key events and Trish’s emotional state at that time in the story. Students are to assume Trish’s role and write an e-mail to her mother about the problems that she face on the spaceship. 1 Materials Worksheet 7 Steps 1 2 3 4 Teacher conducts a brainstorming session to recap on students’ knowledge on the short story.

..............Notes The teacher asks part of the class to assume the role of Trish’s mother and reply their classmates’ email as further extension of the activity....... ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE CHARACTERISATION/WORKSHEET 7 E-mail to Mum To From Subject : : : Mum Trish Trish is feeling lonely on board the spaceship. Imagine you are Trish and you decide to write an email to your mother on planet Trion to explain about your situation and seek her advice..................................... Take students to the computer lab to write the email...................... ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 28 ........... ......... Her father is too busy handling matters regarding the spaceship.... Use the space below to write your email....................

______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/ACTIVITY 8 The Hatch Time : 40 minutes Aims 1 2 3 To develop students’ creativity and imagination skills in solving a murder mystery. Teacher distributes Worksheet 8 and guides the students through the clues provided. 29 . Students carry out their investigation by using the clues and key words provided. 1 Materials Worksheet 8 Steps 1 2 3 4 5 6 Teacher introduces the crime scene to the students. They write their version of the incident in a report to the Executive Officer of the spaceship. Students play the role of a Crime Scene Investigator. To develop students’ abilities to construct sentences using the given key words. Teacher explains the students’ role as a CSI. To enable the students to trace out the plot of the story in a creative way.

You found some of her personal belongings and a note at the mouth of the hatch. Ha mem ppy don ories. write a description of the incident to the Executive Officer. students role play the scenes leading to the crime. EJEC T Imagine you are a Crime Scene Investigator on the space ship. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/WORKSHEET 8 The Hatch DISPOSAL Goo db Tris ye. The note stated “Goodbye Trish. Happy memories.Notes For extension activity. Clo”. eve r. You heard rumours saying that Trish was murdered and her body was disposed in a disposal hatch. I don’t think. Clo. Yours never. h. Based on the evidence gathered at the scene. I ’ You t think rs n . 30 .

Students will move around to look at other group’s work. Teacher summarises the story. 1 Materials Worksheet 9 Steps 1 2 3 4 5 6 Teacher distributes Worksheet 9 to students. 31 . Students discuss the whole story and to fill in the story map with relevant details. Students are grouped into groups of 4.“Trish” Cloning Biolab “Clo” behavior Irritating angry hate get rid Disposal Hatch Corridor murder ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/ACTIVITY 9 Story Map Time : 80 minutes Aims 1 To help students to reproduce the plot. Teacher pastes each group’s work and a representative from each group will present their findings.

_________ _______________ _______________ Clo Next. Title of the story : _____________________________________________  After the VoicePrinter (VP) informs her about cloning.Notes For Lower English Proficiency classes. ________ _______________ _______________  The story ends when ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________  ______________ ______________ ______________  32 _______________ _______________ . Trish and enjoy their fellowship together. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE PLOT/WORKSHEET 9 Story Map Complete the Story Map with important events from the short story. _________ _______________ _______________ The story begins when Trish feels lonely aboard the spaceship heading towards Trion. the teacher provides answers and students can match them to the diagram.

1 2 Materials Worksheets 10a & 10b. Teacher distributes Worksheet 10b and instructs the groups to brainstorm and fill in their arguments 33 Teacher reads the rules and distributes reading materials . magazines and newspapers. _______ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________   THEMES/ACTIVITY 10 ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE Human Cloning Time : 240 minutes Aims 1 2 3 To gather information about cloning from the Internet. shows Teacher elicits responses from students on the picture. Reading materials on the issue.She tries to solve the problem by ______ _______________ _______________ Then Trish becomes irritated at Clo’s manners and behaviours. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Students research on the issue of human cloning prior to lesson. To be able to substantiate points with concrete facts. TeacherSteps a picture of “Dolly The Sheep”. Students gather information on the advantages and disadvantages of human cloning (Worksheet 10a) Organise students into two groups: the Opposition and the Government. To participate in a short debate.

34 4. A lamb. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/WORKSHEET 10a Human Cloning 1. 2. Donor sheep 1. Imagine you have the facilities to conduct cloning. 2. genetically identical to the donor sheep. 3. For High English Proficiency classes.Notes This activity can be turned into a normal classroom discussion if the class consists of Lower English Proficiency students. Assist them by asking ‘WH’ questions which will help them to comprehend the issue better. the teacher elects a chairperson. What is your stand on the issue? 3. time keeper and adjudicators. Students debate on the issue. 4. .

No. “Perfect friend and companion” (p. Add more points to the list and provide elaboration for all these points. even closer than that. 2. such as the Internet. What is your stand? The advantages of human cloning according to the story  1. from me” (p.Advantages ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/WORKSHEET 10b Human Cloning These are some of the points that you can use to support your stand. 47) 35 Disadvantages . Human cloning should be legalised. I am Clo. Clo is made of me. Brainstorm with group members and also use information from other resources. We are identical twins. Find more points and ideas from the story. 46) “Clo is me.

51) “I now need two of everything – but the ship is loaded with stores” (p. “I don’t want to share everything: some thoughts are private. Add more points to the list and provide elaboration for all these points. such as the Internet. 3. 48) 36 . These are some of the points that you can use to support your stand. Find more points and ideas from the story. Obtain organs for transplant Human cloning should not be legalised. 2. Brainstorm with group members as well as from other resources.” (P.Other advantages of human cloning  1. 2. 5. 6. 4. The disadvantages of human cloning according to the story  1.

2. 4. 1 Materials Worksheet 11 37 . 6.Other disadvantages of human cloning  1. 5. Killing of clones for internal organs ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/ACTIVITY 11 Tell me the themes! Time : 40 minutes Aims 1 To identify the themes in the story. 3.

_______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 38 . 1. Teacher assists the students as they discuss on the themes of the short story. Theme:_______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 2. Notes Students can work in pairs or groups.Steps 1 2 3 Teacher elicits the themes of the short story. Provide evidence from the story to support your answer. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE THEMES/WORKSHEET 11 Tell me the themes! Evidence from the text Write out two themes you have found from the “One in One and All Alone”. Students support the themes with evidence from the short story. Use the graphic organiser to complete your task.

_______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE VALUES/ACTIVITY 12 Moral Values Time : 80 minutes Aims 1 2 Materials Worksheet 12 A pair of scissors 39 . _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 2.Theme: ______________________________________________________________ Evidence from the text 1.

Students provide evidence from the short story to support the given moral values. Each group creates a two or three minute scene that illustrates the meaning of the moral value. Steps 1 2 3 Teacher cuts out the moral value cards and distributes one card to each group (Worksheet 12).1 To identify moral values in the short story. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE VALUES/WORKSHEET 12 Moral Values THE MORAL OF THE STORY 40 . When each group have presented. ask the class to guess the moral values. Offer prompts until someone states the correct moral value for each presentation. 4 Notes Remember not to be confused between moral values and theme. Students carry out a game of charade or mime based on the scene that depicts values in the novel.

Look before you leap Family bonding Be thankful for what we have Two wrongs do not make a right Aware of our weaknesses and shortcomings ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE LITERARY DEVICES/ACTIVITY 13 Figuratively speaking Time : 40 minutes 41 .

Class discussion on students’ findings. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE LITERARY DEVICES/WORKSHEET 13 Figuratively speaking 42 Unscramble the following words and match the given statements to the correct literary device. To match the literary device with its correct description.Aims 1 2 To recognise the important literary devices. Teacher provides more examples of literary devices to further enhance their understanding. teacher can list out the literary devices. . Notes For Lower English Proficiency classes. Teacher provides some explanations and examples on literary devices Teacher distributes Worksheet 13. 1 Materials Worksheet 13 Steps 1 2 3 4 5 6 Teacher explains the different literary devices in a short story. Students match the literary devices with their correct description.

it’s always pick. (pg 48) asuivl emsiag ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE “split second” (pg 47) “train of thought”(pg 51) ASSESSMENT/ACTIVITY 14 Have I understood 43 . but it’s not”(pg 41) “Saw 2 Trishes instead of one!” (pg 47) “We stared at each other. a picker! I never pick at my fingers” iwtst idngen “There are a thousand things on his mind. eyes and mouths wide open” (pg 48) tiepnoitre getinoxegara uosdn emsiag “When Clo has nothing to do. pick”.”(pg 41) “It’s like being swamped.” (pg 52) “… bright as a button” (pg 54) “Yum-yum!” (pg 55) “The hatch went whoosh! (pg 56) drow nilooccato leinolatrtai stcnoatr “I must remember from now on – my name. taken over.” (pg 56) ryino “Finished and forgotten” (pg 54) “Finally free” (pg 54) “Now that might sound exciting. pick.ieimls “Me. invaded.

Teacher discusses the answers. Notes Lower English Proficiency students can work in pairs. To check students’ understanding of the important events in the story.Time : 40 minutes Aims 1 2 To be able to answer 10 comprehension questions. 1 Materials Worksheet 14 Steps 1 2 3 Teacher distributes Worksheet 14. highlighting the important details and events of the story. ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE ASSESSMENT/WORKSHEET 14 Have I understood 44 . Students identify the correct answer.

I need it all to myself. Extract 2 “I’ll tell you what I was thinking. There are a thousand things on his mind. because biology is what this trip is all about – the biology of Trion – what lives there now and what. 4. Why is Trish’s father poking his head around her door? A. because I am going clone myself.Extract 1 “ Yes. Trish has been naughty B. He is not interested 2. I will make a clone. 3. could live there in the future. “Hey Trish. He is tired C. he’s the ship’s Executive Officer. a big man. To give Trish her chocolate milkshakes. It has to be. Another word for “big man” found in the text is A officer B.” 1. Make another Me. Perfect. The BioLab in this ship is very big. It will be my perfect friend and companion. how’s things? Everything all right? How do you fancy meeting me in the diner at 6 o’clock for a chocolate milkshake?” I grin back and say. important person Why does Trish’s father’s face change when he talks to Trish? A. “Yum. I need to use it. Even when he talks to you he’s glancing sideways at the latest printouts. and who. yum!” but even as I say it his face changes. but it’s not. It won’t become busy until we reach Trion. To check on how Trish is doing C. A science laboratory 45 . The grin is still there but the busy look is back in his eyes. At the moment the ship’s BioLab is deserted. After all. father C. grinning at me and asking. “ Dad does his best. It’s not exciting at all. what do you think a BioLab is? A. he’s always poking his head round my door. we’re heading for Trion! Now that might sound exciting. He is busy B. Based on the above extract.

Only in small ways. B. Why would Trish need to use the BioLab? A. Rolling bits of skin around a fingernail. When Clo has nothing to do. But she has this picking habit. Clo can be a bit of pain sometimes. pick. Who is Clo? A. To create a clone of herself To play a game called cloning BioLab won’t be busy until they reach Trion 6. They writhe and fiddle all the time. it’s always pick. nothing serious. Once again. B. There have been so many things on my mind. What is the main reason for Trish to clone herself? A. pick. Trish’s pet 46 . The study of Biology of Trion The name of the ship that Trish is in 5. 7. The truth is. C. pick. C.B. She is never serious She has a picking habit She writhes and fiddles all the time 8. Why is Clo a pain to Trish sometimes? A. C. She wants a friend to play with She wants to conduct an experiment She doesn’t want to be the only child in the spaceship Extract 3 “Dear Diary. C. You can’t avoid looking at her fingers. pick. it’s been a long time since I spoke to you. B. Pick.

8. Sister Twin Friend ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SHORT STORY Suggested answer Activity 1a : Pre-reading Suggested Answers: 1. B C H G Activity 3 : Lonely I Am 47 . B. B. Her finger Bits of skin Trish’s mistakes 10. Her own sad reflection in the mirror 2. 3. 2. C. What is the relationship between Clo and Trish? A. 7.B. How long am I going to spend time in space? Activity 2 1. What does Clo pick? A. C. A F D E : Trion 5. Trish’s clone A computer programme 9. 6. 4. C.

Diner Bio Lab Disposable Hatch Cabin Mood and feelings : (Suggested answers) Pre-cloning : 1. 3.Time Physical setting : : 2045 1. Feeling neglected 3. 2. Initially happy 2. Irritated Activity 4a : Adjective hunt I N D U L G I N G N V T J O R N B O F E R B N J D U P O R U O E F E S T R S E L L B P Y I M A Q D Y R E K M 48 . Experimental Post-cloning : 1. 2. Lonely. Annoyed 3. 4.

A T C A R I N G I T I W G H G D Q S I L Y R X H E T T V E L T Z T N L I E O S N M C A E R R T N Y C D C O E F A I T H F U L M Activity 4a Informative Concerned Versatile Faithful Bright Busy Caring : Adjective Hunt Indulging Optimistic Smart Adventurous Independent Lonely Activity 4b Dad (1-6) Concerned Busy Smart Caring Indulging Optimistic : Character Traits Trish (7-10) Bright Adventurous Independent Lonely Voice Printer (11-13) Informative Versatile Faithful Activity 5b Pre-cloning : Trish and Clo Post-cloning 49 .

” (P. “I now need two of everything – but the ship is loaded with stores” (p. Technology has not perfected 4.1 2 3 4 5 6 Mature for her age Lonely Intelligent Single-minded Bored Bold 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sense of humour Short-sighted Irritated Disappointed with her ‘product’ Impatient Fault finding Do you agree with Trish’s decision in creating a clone as a companion? Provide reasons for your answer. Agree : She was lonely and only had VP for companion. Disagree Activity 6 Character name Trait Textual evidence : Character Sketch : Trish : Lonely : “I am so lonely. Trying to play God 3. Killing of clones for internal organs 2. 48) Other Disadvantages of human cloning. Cloning is just like twins or triplets The Disadvantages of human cloning according to the story. 1. “I don’t want to share everything: some thoughts are private. “No wonder we’re such perfect friends. “I haven’t spoken to you for ages because I’ve been so busy with my new friend Clo.48) 3. Does not involve modification of human DNA 3. It was not her fault as her parents were busy with their work and neglected her. Major advancements in medicine 2.47) Other Advantages of Human Cloning 1. that’s my trouble.” (P. 51) 2. : It was a reckless decision as she tried something that eventually caused her demise.46) 2. Diminish genetic disorder 50 . I am the only child on this ship.” (P.” (P. “Perfect friend and companion.’ Activity 10b : Human Cloning The advantages of human cloning according to the story 1. 1. She should not play God and decide who she wants to create.

6. 41) Theme Evidence from the text Theme Evidence from the text Activity 13 : Figuratively speaking Solving the anagram 1) ieimls ( simile ) 2) iwtst idngen ( twist ending ) 3) drow nilooccato ( word collocation ) 4) leinolatrtai ( alliteration ) 5) stcnoatr ( contrast ) 6) ryino ( irony ) 7) tiepnoitre (repetition ) 8) getinoxegara ( exaggeration ) 9) uosdn emsiag (s ound images ) 10) asuivl emsiag ( visual images ) Matching 1) “Me.”(pg 41) EXAGGERATION 3) “… bright as a button” (pg 54) SIMILE 4) “The hatch went whoosh! (pg 56) SOUND IMAGES 5) “I must remember from now on – my name. a picker! I never pick at my fingers” IRONY 2) “There are a thousand things on his mind. but it’s not”(pg 41) CONTRAST 8) “Saw 2 Trishes instead of one!” (pg 47) VISUAL IMAGES 51 . 56) The designed clone is beyond Trish’s control and liking once she was created. : The need for friendship and companionship : Trish yearns for companionship and friends on the spaceship as her parents are busy at work.5. Trying to select qualities according to our liking is against ethics Crossing barrier into the ‘unknown’ Activity 11 : Tell me the themes : Dangers of cloning : Trish disposed Clo when the latter wanted to get rid of her (P. The VoicePrinter could not help her in that aspect and she resorted to cloning (P.” (pg 56) TWIST ENDING 6) “Finished and forgotten” (pg 54) ALLITERATION 7) “Now that might sound exciting.

(pg 48) REPETITION “train of thought”(pg 51) WORD COLLOCATION Activity 14 1 2 3 4 5 B A A A B : Have I Understood? 6 7 8 9 10 A B B A C ONE IS ONE AND ALL ALONE SHORT STORY Panel of Writers Coordinators Diana Fatimah Bt Ahmad Sahani Masreen Wirda Bt Mohammad Ali Tengku Ireneza Marina Tunku Mazlan Eileen Jessie Ah Guan Ng Yew Kee Jimmy Then Choon Jing Bahagian Pembangunan Kurikulum. KPM Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia Aras 4-8. Blok E9 Kompleks Kerajaan Parcel E Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan 62604 Putrajaya SMK Bintulu. Peti Surat 97 97007 Bintulu.9) 10) “When Clo has nothing to do. pick. Sarawak. it’s always pick. pick”. 52 .

Zon Flagship 2. SMK Kpg Datp’ Ahmad Said. 30020 Ipoh. MRSM Alor Gajah. MRSM Taiping. 34000 Taiping. Persiaran Fauna 2. Lebuh Rajawali. 71200 Rantau. Melaka. Mukim Air Pa’abas 78000 Alor Gajah. SMK Taman Dato Harun. 53 . Lot 1720. Negeri Sembilan. Bandar Seri Permaisuri 56000 Kuala Lumpur. Perak.Panel of Writers Xavier Manickam (Panel Head) Au Yeong Weng Hang Hazrimah Abdul Rahim Nurul Bt Saharudin Hemalatha a/p Bala Subramaniam Ratnawati Kassim Yusliza Mohd Yusop SMK Rantau. SMK Seri Permaisuri. Perak. SMK Cyberjaya. 63000 Cyberjaya.KM 12 Jalan Kelang Lama 46000 Petaling Jaya. Jalan Linsum. Jalan Bukit Larut.

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