Paper 2 Section C Literature Pre Exercise KEY WORDS FOR LITERATURE COMPONENT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

ENGLISH happy incident sad incident tragedy interesting event moral values lesson that you learnt setting theme characters - you like - you admire - you look up to/respect - you sympathize with 10. compare and contrast two characters BAHASA MALAYSIA peristiwa yang menggembirakan peristiwa yang menyedihkan tragedy peristiwa yang menarik nilai-nilai murni pengajaran yang saya pelajari masa dan tempat peristiwa berlaku tema watak suka mengagumi hormati bersimpati membandingkan dan membezakan dua watak

Sample Question You are advised to spend about 20 minutes on this question. Novels: 1. Potato People 2. Robinson Crusoe 3. The Phantom of The Opera 4. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 5. The Prisoner of Zenda - Angela Wright - Daniel Defoe - Gaston Leroux - Robert Louis Stevenson - Anthony Hope Hawkins

Choose one of the novels above. Which part of the story did you find interesting? Give evidence from the novel to support your answer. Your response should be - more than 50 words - in continuous writing (10 marks)


SAMPLE LITERATURE QUESTIONS: Based on one of the novels above, write about your favourite character/the character you admire/look up to • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • compare and contrast two interesting characters write about a character you dislike the most. write about a character you sympathise with write about a character who is heroic/intelligent/courageous/friendly write about the qualities of one of the major/minor characters in the story write about a character’s decision and how it has affected his or her life write about a lesson that you have learnt. explain one value that you have learnt from it. write about a part of the story you found interesting write about an incident that changes the life of one of the characters in the story write about a tense situation write about and incident that makes you feel sad write about the setting of the story write about the most exciting part of the novel write on whether you like/dislike the ending of the story state whether you enjoyed reading the novel write on one of the following themes -loyalty -friendship -good versus evil - love and sacrifice - survival against all odds


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