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Re: All About GEP

Postby LegoMan » Sat Nov 26, 2011 9:05 pm

I would like th ERP list for P4 too. could someone email or pm me ?

Thanks in advance

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Re: All About GEP

Postby dagong99 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:04 am

dagong99 wrote:[quote="RachelSmiley"

Hi dagong99

Already emailed to you on 22 Nov. Please check your mailbox. Thanks


Yes, received with thanks ![/quote]

I went to the library, so many of them either on loan or in other libraries or not available at all. Must they read all in the ERP list ? Is there a book review that they must do as part of their programme based on this list ? Any other place that I can find except the library ?

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Re: All About GEP

Postby Flowermonaster » Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:13 am

dagong99 wrote:
dagong99 wrote:[quote="RachelSmiley"

Hi dagong99

Already emailed to you on 22 Nov. Please check your mailbox. Thanks


Yes, received with thanks !


I went to the library, so many of them either on loan or in other libraries or not available at all. Must they read all in the ERP list ? Is there a book review that they must do as part of their programme based on this list ? Any other place that I can find except the library ?[/quote]

If the book in other libraries, you can make a reservation with a fee & you can collect the book from your designated library.
No, don't have to read all the books on the list. If you prefer to purchase the books, you can go kinokuniya to buy. They have special racks for gifted reader.

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Re: All About GEP

Postby dagong99 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:43 am

Flowermonaster wrote:
dagong99 wrote:
dagong99 wrote:[quote="RachelSmiley"

Hi dagong99

Already emailed to you on 22 Nov. Please check your mailbox. Thanks


Yes, received with thanks !


I went to the library, so many of them either on loan or in other libraries or not available at all. Must they read all in the ERP list ? Is there a book review that they must do as part of their programme based on this list ? Any other place that I can find except the library ?


If the book in other libraries, you can make a reservation with a fee & you can collect the book from your designated library.
No, don't have to read all the books on the list. If you prefer to purchase the books, you can go kinokuniya to buy. They have special racks for gifted reader.[/quote]

Thank you :smile:

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Re: All About GEP

Postby happygolucky0128 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:40 pm

RachelSmiley wrote:Hi dagong99,

pm me with your email for P4 ERP list


Hi,

Am new here! so glad to find this ksp website.
:lovesite:

my ds will be in p4 GEP next year. Will you please email me the p4 ERP list too?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: All About GEP

Postby shalomger » Mon Nov 28, 2011 5:39 am

Ditto. :) Thanks so much. I am just curious to see what books are on it. I don't know I will ask him to check them out before the school term as I want the book to be fresh for him. Lol.

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Re: All About GEP

Postby ooioo » Mon Nov 28, 2011 11:05 pm

实在看不下去了, 不用那么辛苦的。

GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAMME
EXTENSIVE READING PROGRAMME
PRIMARY 4

1. Allan Ahlberg, The Better Brown Stories
2. Andrew Clements, Frindle
3. Anna Myers, Spotting the Leopard
4. Anne Fine, Step by Wicked Step
5. Arthur Ransome, Pigeon Post
6. Betsy Byars, Keeper of Doves
7. Betsy Byars, Pinballs
8. Betty Byars, The Midnight Fox
9. Beverly Cleary, Dear Mr. Henshaw
10. Bruce Brooks, Everywhere
11. Cynthia Kadohata, Kira-Kira
12. Cynthia Rylant, The Van Gogh Cafe
13. Dodie Smith, The Hundred and One Dalmatians
14. Doris Buchanan Smith, A Taste of Blackberries
15. E.L. Konigsburg, The View from Saturday
16. Edward Osmond, A Valley Grows Up
17. Elizabeth Coatsworth, The Cat Who Went To Heaven
18. Emily Neville, It's Like This, Cat
19. Eric P. Kelly, The Trumpeter of Krakow
20. Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden
21. Fred Gipson, Old Yeller
22. Gail Gauthier, A Year with Butch and Spike
23. Garry Kilworth, The Electric Kid
24. Gary Paulsen, Hatchet
25. George MacDonald, The Princess and the Goblin
26. Hans Stolp, The Golden Bird
27. Hendrik Willem van Loon, The Story of Mankind
28. Hilary McKay, Saffy’s Angel
29. Jean Webster, Daddy Long Legs
30. Joan Aiken, Is Underground
31. Joan Aiken, The Wolves of Willoughby Chase
32. Johanna Spyri, Heidi
33. Judith Benet Richardson, First Came the Owl
34. Judy Blume, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
Updated 9 Feb 09



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35. K. M. Peyton, Poor Badger
36. Karen Cushman, The Ballad of Lucy Whipple
37. Kate Dicamillo, The Tale of Despereaux : Being the Story of a Mouse, a Princess,
Some Soup, and a Spool of Thread
38. Katherine Paterson, Bridge to Terabithia
39. Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows
40. Lois Lenski, Strawberry Girl
41. Lois Lowry, See You Around, Sam
42. Lucy M. Boston, The Sea Egg
43. Maia Wojciechowska, Shadow of a Bull
44. Margaret Mahy, The door in the air and other stories
45. Natalie Babbitt, Eyes of the Amaryllis
46. Nina Bawden, A Handful of Thieves
47. Nina Bawden, Granny the Pag
48. Norton Jester, The Phantom Tollbooth
49. Paul Goble, Beyond the Ridge (Picture Book)
50. Roald Dahl, Danny, The Champion of the World
51. Roald Dahl, The BFG
52. Robert C. O' Brien, Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
53. Robert Lawson, Rabbit Hill
54. Russell Hoban, The Mouse and his Child
55. Stephanie Tolan, Pride of the Peacock
56. Stephanie Tolan, Sophie and the Sidewalk Man
57. Susan Cooper, The Dark is Rising
58. Sylvia Cassedy, Behind the Attic Wall
59. Todd Strasser, Help! I’m trapped in my teacher’s body
60. Zilpha Keatley Synder, The Witches of Worm


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GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAMME
EXTENSIVE READING PROGRAMME
PRIMARY 5

List A: Mysteries (Term 1)
In Term 1, you will do a study of `whodunits'. You will need to be quite familiar with detective
fiction, thus we would like you to do some reading.

You are to read at least one `Sherlock Holmes' story and two novels from the following list
ƒ Agatha Christie
ƒ Alfred Hitchcock
ƒ Rendell, Ruth
ƒ Poe, Edgar Allen
ƒ Ellery Queen
ƒ Erle Stanley Gardner
ƒ Ellis Peters
ƒ Ed McBain
ƒ Collins, Wilkie, The Woman in White; The Moonstone
ƒ Bellairs, John. The Mummy, The Will, And The Crypt. See also The Curse of the Blue
Figurine
ƒ Farley, Carol. The Case of the Vanishing Villain.
ƒ George, Jean Craighead. Who Really Killed Cock Robin? An Ecological Mystery
ƒ Giff, Patricia Reilly. Have You Seen Hyacinth Macaw?
ƒ Raskin, Ellen. The Westing Game. See also Figgs & Phantoms and The Tattooed
Potato
ƒ Richler, Mordecai. Jacob Two-Two Meets The Hooded Fang
ƒ Sobol, Donald J. Encyclopedia Brown: Boy Detective.


or you may have discovered a particular author whose books you enjoy. You may pick one of
his/her books to read. However you should check with your teacher first.

At the end of this unit, you should have read at least 1 short story and 2 books on detective
fiction.

After this, ask you teacher for your assignment sheet. You are to do your assignment based on
one of the novels you have read.
Updated 9 Feb 09

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Re: All About GEP

Postby sha2811 » Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:17 pm

Anybody can enlighten me on wat is being done for social studies in Pri 5?? M esp interested in the projects... Thks!!

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Re: All About GEP

Postby Flowermonaster » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:54 pm

Anybody has any idea the Edusave Scholarships, Edusave Merit Bursary or the Good Progress Award for GEPpers are awarded based on individual GEP school percentage computation or the entire GEP cohort?

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Re: All About GEP

Postby MandyMummy » Tue Nov 29, 2011 6:08 pm

Flowermonaster wrote:Anybody has any idea the Edusave Scholarships, Edusave Merit Bursary or the Good Progress Award for GEPpers are awarded based on individual GEP school percentage computation or the entire GEP cohort?

They are based on individual GEP school.

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