And just like that, 2023 is coming to a close. For P5 students looking to get a headstart in your PSLE preparations for 2024, or P4 students wanting to get a taste of what to expect in upper primary English, we have just the workshops and online self-revision resources for you this upcoming year-end break. We’ll be conducting live in-person
PSLE Exams are just 8 days away! We at TCA are busy preparing our kids for their main papers next week, and we thought we’d share some of our knowledge! This is the section with THE MOST allocated marks! (It’s 20 marks!) Also the section that gives the most headaches to markers/teachers (sigh)… Comprehension OE questions are set SEQUENTIALLY.
It’s just a WEEK to go before PSLE’s main papers begin! Here are some VALUABLE tips in tackling the SPELLING and EDITING section of English Paper 2 Booklet B (worth 12 marks!) There are TWO main classes of mistakes to edit (as the name of the section suggests). They USED to be differentiated by bolding and underlining (spelling bolded, grammar
2. Question Tags Question tags are the short questions that we put on the end of sentences – particularly in spoken English. There are many different question tags but the rules are not difficult to learn. i) Positive/negative If the main part of the sentence is positive, the question tag is negative He’s a doctor, isn’t he? You work
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