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Tips & strategies answering English Language Paper (UPSR

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Tips & strategies answering English Language Paper (UPSR ) – PAPER 2 QUESTION 1 Study the picture carefully. Get to know where it taken place. Write in BM if you know the meaning of the words. List down all the subject ( people , animal ) , verbs , noun ( things , etc). Make sure the subject is relevant to the verbs. You also can circle the verbs. Start construct your sentences. Check tenses , spelling , punctuation.

Example : Subject Father Mother Boy Girl verbs drinking putting watching eating sitting nouns (things) food & drinks mat tree park shoes plate glass

Subject Father Mother Boy Girl

verbs drinking putting watching eating sitting

nouns (things) food & drinks mat tree park shoes plate glass

Adjectives : beautiful , windy Preposition : on , beside , under , behind

( 9-10 MARKS ) Excellent and confident use of language. His wife is putting some food into the plate by using a ladle. His son is watching the scenery of the park and enjoying the fresh air. The man is holding a glass. . The shoes is behind of the man. Aziz is drinking a glass of water while chatting with his family. The man is drinking a glass of water. They are sitting under a big shady tree.EXAMPLE 1 . All of them are sitting under a big tree. The boy is sitting on the mat. The woman is putting some food into the plate. En.( 5-8 MARKS ) Confident use of language throughout.4 ( 4 questions ) TIPS & HINTS  Read the question carefully. Aziz and his family is having picnic at the beautiful park. En. EXAMPLE 2 . His daughter is eating her favourite food using a spoon. Tips & strategies answering English Language Paper (UPSR ) – PAPER 1 SECTION A VOCABULARY 10 multiple choice questions • Word level : Question 1 . All the food is on the mat.

Study the picture carefully. TIPS & HINTS     Read the question carefully. • Sentence level : Question 8 – 10 ( 3 questions ) Tests pupil's knowledge and understanding in vocabulary.     Spend 2 – 3 minutes for each question. Mark (X) if you find the option is wrong. Choose/circle the best answer • Phrase level : Question 5 – 7 ( 3 questions ) TIPS & HINTS        Read the question carefully. Spend 2 – 3 minutes for each question. Study the picture carefully. Choose/circle the best answer. Find clues given to help you. . Find clues given to help you. Spend 2 – 3 minutes for each question. Get to know where it taken place. Underlined the clues. Mark (X) if you find the option is wrong. Underlined the clues.

SECTION C GRAMMAR 10 multiple-choice questions Test pupil’s knowledge and understanding in grammar.telephone conversations 5.other social expressions TIPS & HINTS       You are advised to spend only 5–10minutes (suggestion).    Find clues given to help you. spelling and punctuation. Mark (X) if you find the option is wrong. until you get the correct answer. Choose/circle the best answer. one by one. Do not waste time. • Social expressions : Question 11 – 15 ( 5 questions ) Test on social expressions used in various situations. Look at the people in the pictures and what they are doing to get clues. Choose the most suitable response from the list given. SECTION B SOCIAL EXPRESSIONS 5 multiple –choice questions. Cross out the options. Make sure you read through all the options.requesting objects 4. Social expressions (matching) Pictures with various situations 3 to 4 responses given in a list as options Types of situations / responses 1. Underlined the clues. . Answer all the easy questions first.greetings 2.introducing oneself / others 3. Then go back to the difficult questions.

• Punctuation : Question 22 – 23 ( 2 questions ) Test pupil’s knowledge and understanding in punctuation. Don’t lose marks (2 marks) for these questions. Read the grammar item table. make sure you cover all the topics. Choose/circle the best answer. TIPS & HINTS        Read the question carefully. Spend 2 – 3 minutes for each question. moderate. TIPS & HINTS        Read the question carefully. Study the picture carefully (if given).• Grammar : Question 16 – 21 ( 6 questions ) Test pupil’s knowledge and understanding in grammar. Choose/circle the best answer. Underlined the errors. Find clues given to help you. Spend 2 – 3 minutes for each question. Study the picture carefully (if given). . Mark (X) if you find the option is wrong. Underlined the clues. Instead finding the answer. Mark (X) if you find the option is wrong. Level of question : Easy. find errors for each option given first.

• Spelling : Question 24 – 25 ( 2 questions ) Test pupil’s knowledge and understanding in spelling. Spend 2 – 3 minutes for each question. Find clues given to help you. TIPS & HINTS        Read the question carefully. conjunctions etc. Mark (X) if you find the option is wrong. . adjectives. Find clues given to help you. Study the picture carefully . SECTION D GRAMMAR TEXT COMPLETION 1 passage which describes a picture 5 multiple choice questions • Text Completion : Question 26 – 30 ( 5 questions ) Test on language items such as nouns. TIPS & HINTS     Read the question carefully. Choose/circle the best answer. Underlined the clues. Don’t lose marks (2 marks) for these questions. Study the picture carefully (if given). Spend 2 – 3 minutes for each question. moderate. tenses. Level of question : Easy.

sequencing ideas/events 4. No need to go through all the passage. Multiple choice questions (comprehension questions)        Divide the passage accordingly to their paragraph.understanding meaning of words 5.timetable . Skim and scan the passage to find the answer. 5 multiple choice questions are set for each passage. Level of question : Moderate. difficult SECTION E COMPREHENSION 2 passages oflinear and non-linear texts.drawing conclusions Stimulus 1. Choose/circle the best answer.locating details 3. Read the questions first. make sure you cover all the topics.notice 2.predicting outcomes 7. Read the grammar item table.recognizing cause and effect relationships 6.   Underlined the clues.advertisement 3.understanding main ideas 2. Draw line to separate them. Look at the bolded words Types of questions 1. First 3 questions always referring to first. Mark (X) if you find the option is wrong. second and third paragraph.

B.report 6.diary 5.speech 3 or 4 multiple choice answers (objective) A.narrative 8.letter 7.factual passage 10.dialogue 9.C or A.B.4.C.D .