So it’s finally the last time anyone’s going to write about Dawan in SPM, huh. Time flies! Here’s in-depth chapter summaries of the novel so you don’t have to go through the whole volume to find details you either forgot or missed. Happy revising!helloadlina.my-Sing-to-the-Dawn-Chapter-Summaries
Hello fellow teachers and students. By now, I hope everyone has finished reading (ahem) and analysing this novel. If you haven’t don’t start panicking. Left the book at school? Don’t panic too!
All you need is a free Virtual Library Card from Internet Archive/Open Library. You can sign up with your existing Google account or your choice of sign up options, go to your mailbox to verify your e-mail address and done. You can login to Open Library and have virtual access to more books than you can ever read.
Here is the link to the digitised version of Minfong Ho’s Sing to the Dawn novel (this link is completely legal, no worries!)
Click BORROW to start reading the novel. You can borrow the novel for 13 days!
Students! You can use the On-the-Go Reading Organiser & Revision Companion to read and analyse the novel as you go along!
p.s/ If you are familiar with Adobe Digital Editions reader, you can download the acsm file in ePub or PDF format (but I strongly suggest choosing the PDF format because the OCR doesn’t digitise some words and names correctly (e.g Takchit became Takehit instead!)
Good afternoon! Today I would like to share the template I’ve used with my students for a few years to read, analyse and understand the novel. Yes, I am painfully aware that some people choose to only read the chapter synopses instead of the whole package deal.
I believe that reading the novel in full and critically analysing it as you go will not only help you answer every kind of novel question thrown your way easily, but it will also help you with your English as a whole. After all, one of the best ways to master a language is to READ A LOT.
The organiser is simple! Here is a blank template and below it are some examples of filled columns to demonstrate how it’s used. Click the download button to download the file (next to the zoom option).OTG-Reading-Organiser-and-Revision-Companion
**sample inputs are based on classroom discussions of the novel Sing to the Dawn by Minfong Ho
Tips: If you have an iPad or a tablet with a pen/ stylus (or a computer with a pen input), you can use handwriting -friendly apps to duplicate the pages.
Tips 2: You can also print the handout and duplicate page 2.
Happy reading AND writing. Reading helps you climb stairs but writing will help you reach the next level 😉