Wondering how to help your child improve in composition writing? Here are 5 tried-and-tested techniques to help your child prepare for primary school / PSLE English – all doable from the convenience of your own home.
You’ve put in all that work into writing your primary school composition – it’s now time to end with a bang. Learn what NOT to do when ending your story, and get a simple checklist for what makes a great ending.
Strong use of language makes up half of the Continuous Writing score in the PSLE. The question is, how do you help upper primary students improve on this component, particularly if they struggle with being descriptive enough? Learn the ONE most effective tool for improving the language in your compositions.
Writing a composition isn’t a linear process. It isn’t just about improving your grammar, memorizing better vocabulary, or making sure you plan out your story using a plot graph beforehand. Rather, students need to learn a variety of skills, such as: Reading comprehension (paying attention to key words and phrases in the composition question) Planning […]
Writing an interesting introduction can be challenging even for the experienced. Here are four ways to start off your primary school composition – and two types of introductions to AVOID like the plague.
Three pictures and a topic. That’s what you’ll be given when you start your Continuous Writing paper. But how do you even get started? Find an easy and helpful tip in this article.
This 2-day workshop is designed to prepare your child for the most challenging part of the PSLE English Oral Examination – Stimulus-based Conversation.