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POSSIBLE QUESTIONS FOR NOVEL

The following are the novels studied in the literature component in English Language. 1 2 3 How I Met Myself Around the World in 80 Days The Railway Children David A. Hill Jules Verne Edith Nesbit

Your response should be: not less than 50 words in continuous writing (not note form)

A) THEME 1. Based on one of the novel above, write about one of the themes of the novel. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 2. Choose one of the novel above, write about the main theme. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 3. Based on one of the novel above, write about its theme of loyalty. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 4. Based on one of the novel above, write on the theme of love. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 5. Choose one of the novel above, write about its theme of handling difficult situations with perseverance. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 6. Based on one of the novel above, write about love or courage. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Perak Trial 2012)

B) MORAL VALUE / LESSON 1. Based on one of the novel above, write about one moral value that is significant. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 2. Choose one of the novel above, write about the lesson you have learnt from the novel. Support your answer with evidence from the novel.

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B) MORAL VALUE / LESSON 3. Based on one novel above, write about the moral value of optimism. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 4. Choose one of the novels above, then write about the moral value of responsibility. Support your answer with evidence from the text. 5. Choose one of the novels above, then write about the moral value of optimism. Support your answer with evidence from the text. 6. Based on one of the novel above, write on any one of the following moral values: i) honesty ii) responsibility Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 7. Based on one of the novel above, write about a valuable lesson you have learnt. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Pahang Trial 2012) 8. Based on one of the novel above, write about one good lesson you found in the story. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Kelantan Trial 2012)

C) CHARACTER 1. Based on one of the novel above, write about a character that you find interesting. OR Based on one of the novel above, write about a character that you like the most. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one of the novel above, write about a character whom you like. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Melaka Trial 2012) OR Based on one of the novel above, write about a character you admire Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Negeri Sembilan Trial 2012)

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C) CHARACTER 2. Based on one of the novel above, write about a character that you dislike. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one of the novel above, which character do you dislike in the novel. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 3. Based on one of the novel above, write about the main character in the novel. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 4. Based on one of the novel above, write about a character who has admirable qualities. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 5. Based on one of the novel above, choose a character who changes in the novel. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 6. Based on one of the novel above, write about how a character overcomes a main problem. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Wilayah Persekutuan Trial 2012) 7. Based on one of the novel above, write about how two or more characters work together to obtain success. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on the novel you have read, write about how two characters help each other to achieve a goal. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 8. Based on one of the novel above, write about the relationship between characters in the story. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 9. Based on one of the novel above, write about a character that you sympathise with. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 10. Based on the novel you have read, write about a character who is brave. Give reasons for your choice. Support your answer with evidence from the novel.

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C) CHARACTER 11. Based on the novel you have read, write about a character that is determined to achieve success. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Terengganu Trial 2012) 12. Based on one of the novel above, choose a character who can be your role model in the novel. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Penang Trial 2012)

D) EVENT / INCIDENT / SCENE / MOMENT 1. Based on one of the novel above, write about an interesting event. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one of the novel above, write on its most exciting event. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one of the novel above, write about an event that fills you with joy. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 2. Based on one of the novel above, write about an incident that you think is important. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 3. Based on one of the novel above, write about an event that is most significant. Give reasons to support your answer. OR Based on one of the novel above, write about an event that you think is the most meaningful. Provide evidence from the text to support answer. (SBP Trial 2012) 4. Based on one of the novel above, describe an event that makes you feel unhappy. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one of the novel above, write about a sad event. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one of the novel above, write on an event which makes you feel sad. Support your answer with evidence from the novel.

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D) EVENT / INCIDENT / SCENE / MOMENT 5. Based on the novel you have read, write on an incident that changes the life of a character in the story. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 6. Based on one novel above, discribe an incident that motivates you and state the reasons why. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. (Kedah Trial 2012) 7. Based on one novel above, describe one of the following moments in the story: the most frightening the saddest Support your answer with evidence from the novel.

E) ENDING OF THE STORY 1. Based on the novel you have read, explain why you like or dislike the ending of the story. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one novel above, write about whether you like or dislike the ending of the story. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 2. Based on the novel you have read, do you like the ending of the novel? Use information from the novel to support your answer. 3. Based on one novel above, do you enjoy reading the ending of the story? Support your answer with evidence from the text.

F) MESSAGE 1. Based on one of the novels, write on a message presented in the story. Support your answer with evidence from the text. 2. Based on the novel you have read, write about the writers main message in the novel. Support your answer withexamples from the novel.

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F) MESSAGE 3. Choose one of the novels above, then write about its message of showing kindness to others in need. Support your answer with evidence from the text. 4. Based on one of the novels, write about its message of optimism. Support your answer with evidence from the text.

G) FAVOURITE PART IN THE NOVEL 1. Based on one novel above, write about your favourite part in the novel. Why do you like this part? Support your answer with evidence from the novel. 2. Based on one novel above, describe the part of the story that you like. Support your answer with evidence from the novel. OR Based on one novel above, write about a part of the story that you like. Support your answer with evidence from the novel.

H) SETTING 1. Based on one novel above, write about the setting of the story. Support your answer with evidence from the novel.

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