Ingredients for a good PSLE Compo

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Ingredients for a good PSLE Compo

Postby Rhhn » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:43 pm

Any tips on parts of a component? In content to make the compo really stick out :lovesite: :?

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Re: Ingredients for a good PSLE Compo

Postby Rhhn » Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:09 pm

Good vocab at appropriate times

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Re: Ingredients for a good PSLE Compo

Postby Haneyi » Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:21 pm

My English teacher told us to always make sure that there is a problem in the composition, as one without a problem would be very boring. It is best to make the problem interesting and big enough so that it captures the attention of the reader. However, be careful not to make the problem too big, or else there may not be enough time to fully develop the story.

Just memorizing phrases from guide books is not enough to score high marks - the story line is very important too! There will be a lot of people using similar phrases ( especially the common ones ), therefore, if you have a unique story line, your composition will be more likely to stand out.

Extra note : It is good to have a strong beginning and a strong ending. ( This does not mean you neglect the body! :sweat: )

Hope this helps.
Thank you. :dancing:

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Re: Ingredients for a good PSLE Compo

Postby GDragon » Wed Dec 26, 2012 9:32 am

Memorise the good phrases, headings and endings of good model compositions... Instead of using the word for e.g: happy they can use elated and stuff like that...

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