For the poem recitation competition, it took place in the school hall. Every class in the afternoon session were required to have a representative to participate in the competition. It was the last activity carried out in English Fortnight. Each participant was allowed to recite the poem of their choice within 5 minutes. Mr. Ong and Ms Lim were the panels to evaluate the performance of all the participants. They allocated the marks for the pronunciation of the grammars, the gesture, and the rhythm of the poem. All the participants prepared well as they managed to recite the poems with different rhythms. All the students applaused for their great performances to show their supports. The champion of the competition was Caryn Chang from class 2S with the poem entitled "Road Not Taken". She took away cash RM200 and hamper worth RM200. Derek Lim for class 1M scored the first runner up place and take away cash RM100 and hamper worth RM100. His poem was "Mama". The second runner up went to Audrey Lim from class 2B with the poem titled "Loneliness".
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Although from an analytic
they "know" a language as well as anyone, speakers of non-standard
of language are often assumed by the folk model to be
In the Caribbean, this manifests itself especially when creole-speaking
children get to school and come up against the standard language in an
intense way for the first time. Teachers, who through no fault of their
own very often have only minimal training, are aware only of the folk
for language. They assume that deviation from standard language forms
evidence for a lack of language , and that children "have no
The analytic model of language tells us that all normal human children
"have grammar" but that grammar is their own knowledge of their native
language, not the rules written down in school books.