Model Compositions for Primary 1

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ISBN 9789810751555

Title Model Compositions for Primary 1

Type Workbook Primary

Features

  • Model Compositions for Primary 1 is written with young learners in mind and to expose them to writing in a very friendly and enjoyable manner by sharing with them what is close to their heart. As such, the composition examples in the book are carefully planned and thought out based on understanding how a young mind learns, thinks and feels. The theme for each writing piece is drawn from the experiences, thoughts, ideas and feelings of young learners, and the themes presented in different writing styles are very relevant to school tests or exams. 
  • The book has a total of 200 Model Compositions. The reader also gets to enjoy a bonus of Haiku Poetry and Rhyming Poems. Useful and handy Appendices are also included to help young learners build a stronger vocabulary.
  • The theme for each topic is creatively and explicitly explained in simple language enriched with vivid imagery to stir up any young learner's imagination. Each written piece also subtly carries the underlying values for character building. For language development, young learners can pick up useful phrases or words and use them in their own context.

Contents 

  • Things about Myself
  • My Family and Relatives
  • Things I Fondly Remember
  • Favourite Pastimes
  • The People Who Help Us
  • The People around Where I Live
  • A Peek at My School
  • Things and Places that Delight Me
  • Unhappy Incidents
  • Our Animals Friends
  • New Experiences
  • About the Weather
  • Being Helpful
  • Living in Singapore
  • Magical Stories
  • Haiku Poetry
  • Rhyming Poems

Year of Publication 2013

Size W 15 x H 21 cm

Pages 238

Colour 1c

Bonus

  • Haiku Poetry
  • Rhyming Poems
  • Informative Appendices

Pelangi Publishing (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

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