LITERATURE

P3–4 Literature Alive! Novel:
Charlotte’s Web

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  • features the children’s classic by E. B. White
  • fun activities such as story mapping, choral reading, craft activities and dramatisation
  • themes of friendship and sacrifice
I really liked working with my group to make a diorama.  I also enjoyed performing in the skits.
Cheryl, 3SYSingapore Chinese Girls’ School
Primary 3–4 Literature Alive! Novel: Charlotte’s Web

P3–4 Literature Alive! Novel:
Matilda

  • features the children’s classic by Roald Dahl
  • introduction to key elements of a Novel: Setting, Characters, Plot and Themes
  • poetry writing, choral reading, games and team projects
I really liked the board game and the Team Challenge. Next time I would like to join this programme again.
Kaelin, 2 HopeTeck Ghee Primary

P3–5 Literature Alive! Novel: James and the Giant Peach

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  • features the children’s classic by Roald Dahl
  • fun activities such as choral reading, viewing of movie clips, poetry writing and dramatisation
  • themes of friendship and overcoming adversity
During the programme, I enjoyed acting in a scene from the novel. Next time, I would like to join another Literature programme with Mrs Dharma teaching us.
Jin Hao, 3CNorthland Primary School
Primary 3 Literature English Programme

P3–5 Literature Alive! Novel: Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryNAC-AEP

  • features the children’s classic by Roald Dahl
  • studying Setting, Plot, Characters and Themes
  • dramatisation, team projects and activities
During the programme, I learned to act with my friends. I am now confident enough to dramatise a scene from Charlie & the Chocolate Factory. Next time, I would like to have longer sessions.
Aliyah, 4EQifa Primary School
Primary 3–5 Literature Alive! Novel: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

P3–6 Literature Alive!
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  • appreciating the language, rhythm and feeling of poetry
  • various forms of poetry (e.g. acrostic, haiku, cinquain, diamante)
  • literary devices, e.g. onomatopoeia, alliteration, personification
  • choral reading and team activities
  • composing original pieces of poetry
I learnt what the different types of poems are. I wrote a Diamante and gave it to my parents.
Ayuni, 5EJuying Primary School
Primary 3–6 Literature Alive! Poetry Appreciation

P3–6 Literature Alive!
popaepShort Story

  • a selection of short stories from around the world
  • studying Setting, Characters, Conflict and Themes
  • directed reading and thinking exercises
  • creative activities, e.g. writing a diary entry, designing a poster, engaging in a debate
I really liked the way our teacher taught us about Literature. The class was interesting and the topics fascinating.
Helen, 6KNanyang Primary School
Primary 3 to 6 Literature Alive! Short Story

P5–6 Literature Alive! Drama: Introduction to Shakespeare

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  • choose from three plays by William Shakespeare: Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet or A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  • introducing the Elizabethan era
  • studying Setting, Characters, Plot, Themes and Symbols
  • teams dramatise key scenes from the play
I really liked the role play. The teacher was very nice, understanding and fun-loving. I enjoyed learning about William Shakespeare and have now developed a passion and love for Literature.
T. Sharanya, 6.6Methodist Girls’ School
Primary 5 and 6 Literature Alive! Drama: Introduction to Shakespeare

P5–6 Literature Alive! Novel:
popaepThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

  • features Book 2 of The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis
  • studying Setting, Characters, Plot and Themes
  • folktale and mythological influences
  • dramatising scenes from the novel
I enjoyed making the posters and performing in the skits with my fellow classmates. The tongue twisters were fun too. I hope there will be more Literature programmes for us so that we will be able to perform more skits with our friends.
Karie, 5A3Shuqun Primary School
Primary 5 and 6 Literature Alive! Novel: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

P5–6 Literature Alive! Novel:
popaepSing to the Dawn

  • features the award-winning novel by Ho Minfong
  • studying Setting, Characters, Plot and Themes
  • protagonists and antagonists, symbols and imagery
  • dramatising key scenes from the novel
I really liked acting out my team’s part of the novel. I learnt that Literature can be fun and exciting.
Yixuan, 5/6Nanyang Primary School
Primary 5 and 6 Literature Alive! Novel: Sing to the Dawn

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