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NOVEL

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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS (FORM 3)

MODEL QUESTION 1
CHARACTER THEME MORAL VALUE LESSON EVENT / INCIDENT / MOMENT EVIDENCE Jean Passepartout Loyalty Loyalty We must be loyal at all times is when Passepartout protects his master, Phileas, and Aouda along the journey. A) Passepartout helped Phileas to save Aouda from the bandits.  On their way to Calcutta, Phileas and Passepartout saw a group of bandits pulling a lady, named Aouda.  When Phileas ordered the rescue of Aouda from the bandits, Passepartout helped him without questioning.  Finally, both of them managed to rescue Aouda. B) Passepartout made sure that Phileas was safe along the journey.  On their journey to New York, their train was attacked by the outlaws.  The train must be stopped or it would crash.  Phileas rushed towards the front of the train and tried to stop it, but his loyal butler stopped him from doing so.  Instead, Phileas stepped out of the train and crawled under the moving train.  Finally, Passepartout was able to stop the train . C) Passepartout did not believe that Phileas Fogg was a bank robber.  Passepartout kept telling Detective Fix that Philleas was the most honourable man and gentleman.  Passepartout insisted that his master did not commit the crime.  As they arrived at Liverpool, Phileas was arrested and jailed by Fix.  Passepartout hit Fix angrily because Phileas did nothing wrong. Passepartout had trust in Phileas Fogg.

Q1: Based on the novel you have studied, write about one of the themes of the novel. OR Q2: Based on the novel you have studied, write about its theme of loyalty. Based on the novel, Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne, one of the themes of the novel is loyalty. This is seen in Jean Passepartout. (if Q2- ... by Jules Verne, the theme of loyalty is seen in Jean Passepartout.) In this novel, Passepartout helped Phileas to save Aouda from the bandits. On their way to Calcutta, Phileas and Passepartout saw a group of bandits pulling a lady, named Aouda. When Phileas ordered the rescue of Aouda from the bandits, Passepartout helped him without questioning. Finally, both of them managed to rescue Aouda. Passepartout also made sure that Phileas was safe along the journey. On their way to New York, their train was attacked by the outlaws. The train must be stopped or it would crash. Phileas wanted to stop the train but Passepartout stopped him from doing so. Instead, Passepartout stepped out of the train and crawled under the moving train. Finally, Passepartout was able to stop the train. Moreover, Passepartout did not believe that Phileas Fogg was a bank robber. Passepartout kept telling Detective Fix that Phileas was the most honourable man and gentleman. Passepartout insisted that Phileas did not commit the crime. As they arrived at Liverpool, Phileas was arrested and jailed by Fix. Passepartout hit Fix angrily because Phileas did nothing wrong. Passepartout had trust in him. In conclusion, Passepartout remained loyal to Phileas even after Phileas married Aouda.

Q1: Based on the novel you have studied, write about one moral value that is significant. OR Q2: Based on the novel you have studied, write about a lesson of the novel. Based on the novel, Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne, one moral value that is significant is loyalty. This is seen in Jean Passepartout. (if Q2: ... by Jules Verne, the lesson of the novel is we must be loyal at all times. This is seen in Jean Passepartout.) In this novel, Passepartout helped Phileas to save Aouda from the bandits. On their way to Calcutta, Phileas and Passepartout saw a group of bandits pulling a lady, named Aouda. When Phileas ordered the rescue of Aouda from the bandits, Passepartout helped him without questioning. Finally, both of them managed to rescue Aouda. Passepartout also made sure that Phileas was safe along the journey. On their way to New York, their train was attacked by the outlaws. The train must be stopped or it would crash. Phileas wanted to stop the train but Passepartout stopped him from doing so. Instead, Passepartout stepped out of the train and crawled under the moving train. Finally, Passepartout was able to stop the train. Moreover, Passepartout did not believe that Phileas Fogg was a bank robber. Passepartout kept telling Detective Fix that Phileas was the most honourable man and gentleman. Passepartout insisted that Phileas did not commit the crime. As they arrived at Liverpool, Phileas was arrested and jailed by Fix. Passepartout hit Fix angrily because Phileas did nothing wrong. Passepartout had trust in him. In conclusion, Passepartout remained loyal to Phileas even after Phileas married Aouda.

Q1: Based on the novel you have studied, write about a character that you find interesting. OR Q2: Based on the novel you have studied, write about a character you admire. Based on the novel, Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne, the character that

I find interesting / the character that I admire

is Jean Passepartout. I like Passepartout because of his loyalty to Phileas Fogg and his bravery act. In this novel, Passepartout helped Phileas to save Aouda from the bandits. On their way to Calcutta, Phileas and Passepartout saw a group of bandits pulling a lady, named Aouda. When Phileas ordered the rescue of Aouda from the bandits, Passepartout helped him without questioning. Finally, both of them managed to rescue Aouda. Passepartout also made sure that Phileas was safe along the journey. On their way to New York, their train was attacked by the outlaws. The train must be stopped or it would crash. Phileas wanted to stop the train but Passepartout stopped him from doing so. Instead, Passepartout stepped out of the train and crawled under the moving train. Finally, Passepartout was able to stop the train. Moreover, Passepartout did not believe that Phileas Fogg was a bank robber. Passepartout kept telling Detective Fix that Phileas was the most honourable man and gentleman. Passepartout insisted that Phileas did not commit the crime. As they arrived at Liverpool, Phileas was arrested and jailed by Fix. Passepartout hit Fix angrily because Phileas did nothing wrong. Passepartout had trust in him. In conclusion, Passepartout remained loyal to Phileas even after Phileas married Aouda. That is why Passepartout.

I

find Passepartout is an interesting character /

I

admire

Q1: Based on the novel you have studied, write about an interesting event. OR Q2: Based on the novel you have studied, write about an incident that you think is important. Based on the novel, Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne, an interesting event (if Q2: an incident that I think is important) in this novel is when Passepartout protects his master, Phileas, and Aouda along the journey. In this novel, Passepartout helped Phileas to save Aouda from the bandits. On their way to Calcutta, Phileas and Passepartout saw a group of bandits pulling a lady, named Aouda. When Phileas ordered the rescue of Aouda from the bandits, Passepartout helped him without questioning. Finally, both of them managed to rescue Aouda. Passepartout also made sure that Phileas was safe along the journey. On their way to New York, their train was attacked by the outlaws. The train must be stopped or it would crash. Phileas wanted to stop the train but Passepartout stopped him from doing so. Instead, Passepartout stepped out of the train and crawled under the moving train. Finally, Passepartout was able to stop the train. Moreover, Passepartout did not believe that Phileas Fogg was a bank robber. Passepartout kept telling Detective Fix that Phileas was the most honourable man and gentleman. Passepartout insisted that Phileas did not commit the crime. As they arrived at Liverpool, Phileas was arrested and jailed by Fix. Passepartout hit Fix angrily because Phileas did nothing wrong. Passepartout had trust in him. In conclusion, Passepartout remained loyal to Phileas even after Phileas married Aouda. That is why important.

I

find this event is interesting /

I

think this incident is