Monday, 28 November 2011

THE RAILWAY CHILDREN-SETTINGS

There are 3 types of settings in this novel :-
Place, Social, Cultural

Place

House in London
The cottage in the country side
The railway station
The railway tunnel
The village



Social

Edwardian Type of Clothes
Coal used for steam engine trains 



Cultural

Having tea
High hats and long coats


Other Related Posts :-

Novel Moral Values

*Source :- CDD - Ministry of Education (2011)
*Acknowledgement :- These teaching modules were developed and compiled with the help of a group of dedicated teachers from various schools all over the country. 

25 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for the input. I sahll now attempt to read the novel and compare notes after this.

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  2. You're welcome Anonymous. All the best in your studies...

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  3. thanks for the notes...

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  4. thanks a lot! I can copy this for my folio BI

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  5. cool . now i can make this as revision for my exam tomorrow .:)

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  6. Thanks for all the notes.The notes very helpful for my exam.Can i get more details about the themes which is in paragraphs?Thank you very much.

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  7. Anonymous, You're welcome.

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  8. what time is it set in? thanks!!!

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  9. thanks for it, i'm now finish my homework :D

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  10. thanks . hope it can help me to get a . ameen . please , prayed for me for my pmr .

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    1. You're welcome and all the best in your PMR exam.I'll keep you in my prayers.

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  11. thanks for helping me..

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  12. Thank you very much for the input...now i'm finish my homework...thank agains...

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  13. thanks so much!I was finish my folio!

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  14. Thank you for this notes!!!! ;)

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  15. thx for the notes. i really need this for my report
    im still grade 6

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  16. thanks for this notes i need this for my report.

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  17. Yep, this is definitely taken from the guide book produced by CDD. Please give credit where it's due. Many teachers were involved in the creation of that module. I'm sure you wouldn't like it if people were to use your notes/exercises without express permission from yourself.

    Other than that, good job in creating this blog. I'm sure many teachers and students alike will find it useful.

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    1. Thank you for your comment Anonymous....I have taken note and have made the due rectification. I meant no disrespect to all the teachers (CDD) who had put much effort and dedication in producing the teaching module.

      The main reason I created this blog was to help my students and all other students around Malaysia.That said, hat's off to all the (CDD) teachers...!

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