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Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Tips For UPSR BC Penulisan Paper 2

With the UPSR in September, I thought it would be a good time to look for tips for UPSR for my girl to read, especially the UPSR Chinese Penulisan Paper 2 or BC Paper 2 which my girl is weak in. I found a few good ones and I am including them in this post as a bookmark for ourselves as well as to share with the members of my FB group the Malaysian Primary and Secondary School Parents on Facebook Group.

1. Modul Interaktif BC UPSR from Scribd uploaded by user Y.S.Chai on Scribd. This is a 137 page powerpoint presentation on the Chinese UPSR Paper 2. Examples given in the discussion are from actual past year papers.

2. 2009 BC Ceramah By Low Siaw Phin. Also on Scribd. Although dated 2009, it is still relevant. It talks about how the papers are graded and the differences between an A grade compared to other grade papers in the Karangan or Chinese Essay. Altogether 113 pages in all.

3. 写作技巧- Writing Skills Presentation From Slideshare. This is a brief 43 page presentation on what the Chinese Penulisan Paper 2 is all about

4. 作文顺练营- Essay Writing Training from Issuu.com. This is an 86 page presentation on how to write better Chinese Paper 2 answers with examples from actual past year papers.

5. 作文技巧 - How to write a good opening and closing for Chinese Essay. A short 28 page presentation on slideshare. This is for SPM level actually but still a good read according to my girl.

6. Govyi.com Zuowen - Last but certainly not least is this site. This site has lots and lots of example Chinese essays for various standards from Standard 1 to Standard 6 and beyond. Lots of titles and essays in various lengths, 100 words, 200 words, 300 worded essays and more. Excellent. My kids refer to this when they need to write an essay and are at a loss for words.

I hope UPSR students and parents will find this useful. You can check out the links for yourself to see which is more useful as my translation is just so so since I do not know Chinese Mandarin.

If you are a parent and you know Chinese, well then great  you can use these teacher prepared UPSR presentations to explain to your child. If you are a parent who does not understand Chinese, you can let your child read it himself or herself.

The only problem I face now is finding the time for my girl to read these. She doesn't even have enough time to sleep with all the homework and tests she is being given at school.

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