Performance Standard Form 1



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Performance Standard


Form 1

Learning outcomes


Language for Aesthetic Use:

3.1 Listen to, read, view and respond to literary works by :-

a- understanding and telling in one’s

own words the story and poem heard

and / or read, and giving one’s

opinion on the text

information and ideas

Level 2

ix- Telling how events, characters and values in the text is similar to one’s life




Band


6

Performance standard


B6

Appreciate literary works and present ideas critically in an exemplary manner




Descriptor


B6 DL1

Listening and responding to literary works by giving one’s opinion of the text and relating it to life




Evidence


B6 DL1 E1

Able to retell the text in one’s own words using correct grammar and vocabulary






STUDENTS’ COPY

B6 DL1E1




  1. Listen to the recorded synopsis of the short story, Flipping Fantastic twice.
  2. While listening, complete the table given.


  3. Use the notes from the table below to describe the synopsis verbally from the listening activity.













NO.

GUIDELINES

SHORT NOTES

1

Names of the main characters




2

Relationships




3

Intimacy




4

Their differences




5

Mother’s decision




6

New schools




7

Reactions


8


Their changes






TEACHER’S COPY

B6 DL1E1



  1. Students are to listen to the recorded synopsis of the short story, Flipping Fantastic twice.

  2. A student will retell the synopsis individually to the teacher.

  3. The outline given is to guide the students to retell the synopsis.




T

ristan and James are inseparable twin brothers. They make a good team and go everywhere together. In the story, Tristan is disabled but intelligent. Meanwhile, James is physically active but lacks confidence. Their mother sees the differences between them and decided to send them to different secondary schools upon leaving primary school. Tristan is to go Chesterlea Grange (a residential school for disabled children) and James to Highfields. Both boys dislike the idea of being separated at first. However, they later realise that studying at Chesterlea Grange would be the best choice for Tristan. On the boys’ first day in their new schools, they find it flipping fantastic.










  1. The questions are as follow:-

    1. Who are the two main characters in the story?

    2. What is their relationship?

    3. Are they close with each other?

    4. How are they different?

    5. What is their mother’s decision knowing their differences?

    6. Describe Tristan’s new secondary school.

    7. What is their first reaction when they know that they will be in different secondary schools?

    8. Do they change their reaction after they go to their respective schools?



Suggested answers:


NO.

GUIDELINES

SHORT NOTES

1

Names of the main characters

Tristan and James


2

Relationships

Twin brothers


3

Their differences

Tristan is disabled but clever while James is physically active but unconfident

4


Mother’s decision

Their mother plans to send Tristan to a special school, Chesterlea Grange and James to Highfields.


5

New schools

Tristan’s new school is called Chesterlea Grange. It is a boarding school for the disabled students.


6

Reactions

They are very sad and do not want to be separated

7

Their changes

They feel flipping fantastic






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