Having taught several cohorts of primary school graduating classes, I have amassed quite a few tips and strategies that can be used for revision right before your PSLE English papers (or any upper primary English exams for that matter). This may be construed as ‘spotting’ questions, but these questions are repeated in almost every English exam for a reason. Kids
Finally, when Luke woke up on Monday morning, it dawned on him, it was the day of his worst nightmare- the injection. He trudged downstairs and ate his breakfast as slow as possible. At last they were headed off to school. Once Mrs Chan dropped Luke and Leia off, she said with a big grin, “Luke, may the Force be with you!” With that, she left.
Getting kids to write a story is a challenge, especially those who do not have a great reading habit. It’s tough to come up with interesting story ideas, and even if they do, they often do not know how to DEVELOP these ideas. And developing a story is crucial to scoring higher marks for Content, in school composition writing. Take
Most readers do not have the patience to read 50 pages into a book to find out if it is interesting to them or not. Likewise for short stories and compositions, if you don’t grab your reader’s attention in the first few lines, they will lose interest and move on. The last thing you want to do is to bore
I remember when my wife and I found out our son was autistic. We went through what most parents who discover this disorder go through…guilt (that somehow it was our fault), fear (that he would not be able to cope) and well…mostly just worry. We managed to get help from EIPIC (Early Intervention Program for Infants and Children), and thankfully
Tutorial Program for students preparing for English Examinations Paper 2, consisting of Paper 2 components such as Grammar, Synthesis/Transformation, Comprehension Cloze, Comprehension Open-Ended, Visual Text Comprehension, Comprehension MCQ. All worksheets and exercises follow the latest MOE Paper 2 syllabus. Our Chalkboard EL Curriculum is co-designed by Mrs. Agnes Lam. She has been in the teaching industry for more than 3
Advanced writing program for children preparing for English Examinations Paper 1, consisting of Part 1 (Situational Writing for P5-6) and Part 2 (Continuous Writing for both P3-4 and P5-6). All written exercises follow the latest MOE 3-pic-1-theme EL Continuous Writing Syllabus. The Objectives of each lesson for Situational Writing is: Highlighting the right information Figuring out Purpose/Audience/Context Organizing your answers
Our Self-Study courses are up on Thinkific! Sign up for them at https://thechalkboardacademy.thinkific.com/ More Courses will be available soon! Course: Tricky PSLE Grammar Questions What will I get out of this course? Grammar forms a major component of the PSLE exam paper, accounting for almost 50% of the marks, especially in Paper 2. Grammar rules can be tricky, even for