P5 Mathematics Tuition, tutorial taught today is the topic Speed. With the class learning from scratch, student goes on to practice in their assessment books and by the time we end class, they should have attempted the advanced long structured questions.
Here’s a few photos from that class.
Engaging students to attain the education that will help them become a well balanced remarkable individual, we believe in doing things that work, and we know that not every student studies the same way. So, we customise our tuition classes to the individual needs of each and every student. If something does not work for that particular student, we will change our methods to one which does work.
Being flexible and have the patience to understand our students are tenets of our tutorial classes.
In continuation to the updated SEAB Secondary English syllabus, the next level of critical thinking skills are taught in our English class, plus inclusion of current affairs and general knowledge, de rigueur requirement for the O level examination.
We teach the standard required by SEAB GCE O levels.
The English class incorporates latest 21st Century outline of SEAB to do well in GCE O-level English Language examinations. Current GCE O level English examination requires the skill set of well-rounded and knowledgeable candidates that can voice themselves properly and appropriately during their examination. This is in line with the government’s directive to educate students to be global citizens and entrepreneurs.
Setting themselves from the ordinary requires the ability to show clarity in thought, skilful use of concepts, analysing the material presented, synthesize a consistent idea, to evaluate and prioritise options, organise workflow and concluding/summarise a subject matter properly.
The ability to provide logical inference maturely and formulate a balanced judgement are character skills that would produce an effective examination script required by the syllabus.
We do all this in our Secondary English tuition classes for Punggol/Sengkang.
We help you understand the topics, improve your study skills, and gain detailed insight into the subject matter to properly master and have the best answers for your examination.
The PSLE preliminary internal school examinations results are back and our students scores from 80-90 percent, which is a success for this year’s cohort. The students that started our classes at the beginning of the year has a score of 55-70 so their PSLE Preliminary school results have improved by an aggregate of approximately 20 percentile. That is a three/four grade jump and we are so proud of their handwork and perseverance so far this year.
The most important thing in our tutorial lesson is to get our kids to enjoy their classes, and start on a strategy to improve, based on their individual strengths. We identify their weakness and eliminate them on per-student basis.
No two students are ever the same, have the same problems or even studying the same things, at the same time, at the same speed. That means we customise our classes to each individual student according to their needs. Spending time understanding their character is also a very important part of our process.
The PSLE classes are currently going through examination papers, and final revision to capture the last 10/20 percent of their marks, going through topics that they have identified as the remnants of their weaknesses and improving their aggregates a few more percentile.
With a month more to go, the heat is definitely on, but we must also lower that stress level so that students are learning effectively. It should be another good year for eduKateSG with the positive results that is coming along for the students in their examinations and character development.
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