20 Dec


Hi ūüôā

We are going to have two tests today. Simple questions to test how far you guys have learned and understood the short story.

Click the words test below.

1. Test 1

2. Test 2



Related Websites

1 Dec


Dear all, here are some useful links that provide you to extra knowledge and information about the short story, Flipping Fantastic.


1) http://www.scribd.com/doc/44459281/Short-Story-Flipping-Fantastic-by-Jane-Langford


2) http://vithyaukm.wordpress.com/category/3-tutorials/short-stories/flipping-fantastic/



3) http://smklembahsubangpj.blogspot.com/2012/07/flipping-fantastic-form-1-literature.html


Exercise 3

24 Nov

How are you today? I have two interesting exercises for you today. A close-passage question and crossword puzzle. Lets try the exercises. Good luck! 

Exercise Close-Passage

Exercise Crossword Puzzle


Have a nice day guys! 





Role Play

15 Nov

Hi everyone!

We have learned all the literature componants in Flipping Fantastic right? So today, lets watch a role play of this short story. ENJOY! ūüôā


Thank you very much for watching.

See you again.

Exercise 2

2 Nov

Hi everyone!


We are now have learned each literature components in Flipping Fantastic right? Now lets try Jumble exercises below. The words are jumbled up and you need to arrange it according to your understanding about the story. Happy trying! ūüôā


Jumble 1

Jumble 2

Jumble 3

Jumble 4

Jumble 5


Good luck!!


Lesson 7: Point of View

30 Oct

Point of view: the perspective from which the story is told.

  • The most obvious point of view is probably first person or “I.”
  • The omniscient narrator knows everything, may reveal the motivations, thoughts and feelings of the characters, and gives the reader information.
  • With a limited omniscient narrator, the material is presented from the point of view of a character, in third person.
  • The objective point of view presents the action and the characters’ speech, without comment or emotion. The reader has to interpret them and uncover their meaning.

A narrator may be trustworthy or untrustworthy, involved or uninvolved.


The story in Flipping Fantastic is set out in the form of diary entries by twin brothers, James and Tristan and their mother. The story starts with the last day of primary school at Peter Hill where the  twin brothers took parts in a school play. The diary pages reflected the thoughts of both the twin brothers, Tristan and James on the new schools they will be attending shortly. The diary pages of the mother reflect her thoughts on the behavioral aspects of her twin sons.

Lesson 6: Moral Values

23 Oct

Moral Value, in literature, is the beliefs and personal opinions about what is right (honest, ethical, true) conduct and what is wrong
(dishonest, false, harmful) conduct held by individuals and held collectively by socially cohesive groups of individuals.

There are two moral values that we can learn from Flipping Fantastic.

1. It is important to get co-operation and support from family members to make good decisions.
2. Parents who are patient and understanding can build a child’s confidence and self-esteem.


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