You can download your portfolio documents here. To download the PDF documents, right click on the link and select ‘save link as‘ or ‘save target as‘.
English Portfolio Guidelines 2017/2018
English Portfolio Handouts 2017/2018
2nd Submission Handouts 2016/2017
Here are guidelines and instructions for the special activities. Click on the links to see more information about the tasks.
- Write a Timeline of a News Story (Learning English through Current Affairs)
- Design and describe a Poster for a Movie (Learning English through Film and Literature)
- Introduce yourself (Teacher-approved Activities): Write about yourself. You might want to answer some of the following questions: What makes you unique? What are your likes? What are your interests? What are your dislikes? What are your strengths and weaknesses? How would describe your personality? What do you hope to achieve this year? You should write at least 120 words, though feel free to write more.
- Online Writing (Teacher-approved Activities): This activity will be introduced by the F.1 English Teachers.
- Create a Graph or Chart for a News Story (Learning English through Current Affairs)
- Design and Describe a New Book Cover (Learning English through Film and Literature)
- Do the Online Writing Task (Teacher-approved Activities). For this activity, you will post one of the poems you wrote for the practice tasks of the Language Arts exam, go to our Lamwoo Online Writing Page, choose the page for your class, read the instructions and get started.
- Post on the Discussion Forum: Post one comment on our online forum (at least 50 words) and reply to someone else’s message (at least 20 words). Print out your comment and reply and include it in your portfolio.
- Create a News Quiz (Learning English through Current Affairs)
- Rewrite the ending of a book: (Teacher-approved Activities) For this activity, you should first summarise how the story ends (in 20-40 words), explain why you want to change it (in 20-40 words) and rewrite the ending (150-250 words).
Self-directed Learning Plan (Teacher-approved Activity): Guidelines for students who want to create a learning plan to focus on improving a specific aspect of their English learning
Portfolio Cover Designs
Here are some imaginative and beautifully illustrated covers designed by our students: engp.wordpress.com/student-work/portfolio-cover-pages