The December Holidays are around the corner! Do take your time to check out what we have and drop us an email at email@example.com if you have any queries or check our Facebook page for the latest seat availability. All workshops are conducted by Mr. Leroy Lam
\ Using Humour: One way for your story to stand out, is to make your reader laugh. It won’t be easy, as what is funny to you, may not be funny to others (especially adults). Here are some ways we can inject humour into our stories. Use funny moments from your personal life/anecdotes – If you’re stuck or confused on how
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
What is Situational Writing? Situational writing is a test of applied or practical writing skills. For example, students may be asked to write an e-mail, letter, postcard, etc. to a particular person. This counts for 15 marks. 6 marks are allocated for Task Fulfilment and 9 for Language and Organization. To get the top band for Task Fulfilment (5-6
Topic: A Challenge Picture 1: A Clock Title: The Race Against Time POV: (Narrator’s POV, 3rd) “Lily, you should really try! Come on!” Lavender and James urged twelve-year-old Lily Evans. Lily stared at her best friend, Lavender, and her brother, James. They were both smiling warmly. “Oh, well okay… but I’m only doing it for Mum and Dad. NOT for
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