Tuition for Poi Ching School at Pinevale Executive Condo

Poi Ching School Students at eduKate Singapore Tuition Centre

Primary PSLE Results SEAB Syllabus MOE English, Math, Science Tuition specific to Poi Ching School Primary Syllabus. We take pride as fine educators, wise mentors, supporting motivators and creative innovators with your child’s development turning them into top students, focussed and worldly-wise.

  • Tuition in Tampines, Pinevale 6 Tampines St73, Singapore 528825
  • SEAB PSLE 2015 All Subjects Schedule is found here: SEAB 2015 PSLE Exam Timetable

Classes PSLE Syllabus

  • Primary 1 English, Mathematics Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 2 English, Mathematics Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 3 English, Mathematics Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 4 English, Mathematics, Science Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 5 English, Mathematics, Science Tutorial, Preparatory
  • Primary 6 English, Mathematics, Science Tutorial, Preparatory, Intensive PSLE

Referrals and recommendations from our loyal clients abound with majority  of eduKate Tampines students coming from Poi Ching School.

P6 eduKate Students at Tampines Tuition Centre
P6 eduKate Poi Ching Students at Tampines Tuition Centre

Close to Poi Ching School at Pinevale Condominium

We also locate our tuition centre close to Poi Ching School so that your child has easy access to our top tutors from alma mater colleges RJC, ACJC, SMU, NTU. We are 50m away and takes 5 mins to walk over from Poi Ching.

Top Tutors, highly qualified, trained and current to PSLE Syllabus

We are a group of university graduate tutors with expert knowledge in the current MOE syllabus. We teach to understand everything according to the syllabus and then move onto solving challenging sums that students will encounter in their exams.

Our classes are conducted in a fully air-conditioned environment with the average tutor/student ratio of 1:5.

Our Current tutors

  • Ms Teo Yuet Ling: tutor from TPJC, UOL.
  • Ms Jeanine Cheok: tutor from RJC, SMU.
  • Ms Renee Kwek: tutor from TP, UOL.
  • Ms Yeo Hui Qing: tutor from TPJC, UOL.
  • Ms Kajol Singh: tutor from SAJC, NTU.

Our Custom Scheduling fits Poi Ching students perfectly

Our schedule in eduKate Tampines Tuition Centre caters specifically to Poi Ching’s school timetables and CCA’s. All new students will not have problems getting a suitable time slot in our class. One less headache for students and parents to attend our lessons.

Holistic Tuition Centre develops the total student

Give us a call to set up a tour around our centre and know more about  our unique tuition programmes.  Our quality programmes are developed to encapsulate a holistic development of your child’s psyche and let students gain confidence, enthusiastic in learning new things, become gracious and sociable.

eduKate Student from Poi Ching School gets good grades with the proper help from eduKate SG top tutors and developing a good attitude towards his studies.
eduKate Student from Poi Ching School gets good grades with the proper help from eduKate SG top tutors and developing a good attitude towards his studies.
eduKate Tuition Singapore with Minister of Education, Mr Heng Swee Kiat, MOE SEAB PSLE
eduKate Tuition Singapore with Minister of Education, Mr Heng Swee Kiat, MOE SEAB PSLE
SEAB PSLE Students doing MOE Maths Primary 6 tuition in Tampines eduKate Singapore Tutorial Class
SEAB PSLE Students doing MOE Maths Primary 6 tuition in Tampines eduKate Singapore Tutorial Class

Our eduKate Tuition Centre “Team Building and Empowerment” programme for PSLE Primary students:

Call us to join the most progressive tuition centre in Tampines:

  • Yuet Ling: +65 8222 6327
  • email: admin@edukatesg.com
Poi Ching Tuition at Tampines Maths Science English Primary PSLE Syllabus
Poi Ching Tuition at Tampines Maths Science English Primary PSLE Syllabus

MOE 2015 syllabus- developing a 21st Century Singaporean child (Part 2)

This is eduKate Singapore Tuition Centre’s Child Development Technology for our English, Maths and Science tutorial classes for primary and secondary tutorial classes.

In line with the MOE’s 2015 English Syllabus, we have been developing new structures to teach students to develop them into 21st Century individuals that are gregarious, intelligent and exceptional.

Below is a list that we keep in mind when we teach our students, and also for all parents that are looking to teach a child to be a successful Singaporean in the 21st Century.

Interpersonal Skills

To Interact, Being a Leader and Team Player gets the work done.

  • culturally aware of multi cultural Singapore
  • sensitive to society/political correctness
  • integrate with society
  • take responsibility
  • acknowledge one’s mistakes
  • ability to solve problems of all kinds
  • participate in a team as team member
  • conduct meetings
  • commitment to a promise
  • loyalty to family, friends, company and country
  • form a team and engage effectively
  • be a leader, motivate and give instructions
  • give/receive/appreciate criticism
  • manage time, objectives and resources
  •  negotiate and persuade effectively
  • compromise and agree on best options
  • speak clearly, concisely and logically

Idioms for PSLE Syllabus-eduKate Tuition Centre

Top 10 Idioms for PSLE English Syllabus, Singapore-eduKate Teaching Materials.

Idioms can add spice onto the canvas of your composition writing and when appropriately used, gives a dramatic effect and shows the mastery that you have attained.  The idea here, while attempting PSLE, is to have a list of go-to tools that would cover almost every situation that you can come across. This helps pepper your composition, adding flavour and widen the spectrum of colour to your writing.

idiom-ˈɪdɪəm

-a group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words (dictionary.com) Here’s 10 most useful idioms that you can use to almost every composition that you will see in PSLE.

  1. A penny for your thoughts: asking someone’s thoughts
  2. Best of both worlds: All advantages are in effect.
  3. Can’t judge a book by its cover: Cannot judge something/someone on appearance alone.
  4. Curiosity killed the cat: Being Inquisitive can lead you into an unpleasant situation.
  5. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket: Do not put all your resources in one possibility.
  6. Every cloud has a silver lining: Be optimistic, even difficult times will lead to better days.
  7. In the heat of the moment: Overwhelmed by what is happening in the moment.
  8. Kill two birds with one stone: To accomplish two different things at the same time.
  9. Let the cat out of the bag: To share information that was previously concealed
  10. Piece of cake: A job, task or other activity that is easy or simple.
eduKateSG Primary Students at Punggol
eduKateSG Primary Students at Punggol

EduKate Singapore PSLE English Composition Writing Materials-Types of Characters

Singapore PSLE English Language Syllabus Composition Writing Section-prepared by eduKate Tuition Centre

The following is a summarised class material for PSLE EL Syllabus under topic “types of character” that shall be used by eduKate for teaching PSLE candidates in their attempt of the PSLE EL Composition writing section.

Major Characters

Major characters are characters that appear sufficiently in the story to drive the story forwards. They are also characters that will let readers identify with and bond throughout the story.

Minor Characters

Minor characters are characters that appear in localised smaller parts of the story, and could add to driving the story, or not driving the story at all. Minor characters can be used to add to the richness of the story and provide a distraction or comic relief to the reader.

A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
Albert Einstein
eduKateSG Tuition Centre Primary Students at Prive Punggol Singapore
eduKateSG Tuition Centre Primary Students at Prive Punggol Singapore

Protagonist

A protagonist is the main character and driver of the story. It creates movement of the plot and engages the reader’s imagination and empathy. The protagonist usually has character traits that readers identify with and is usually the hero or heroine of the story. This is not always true, with protagonists that can be evil, or even neutral to make things interesting for ther reader.  The protagonist usually solves the conundrum in the story, or provides for a solution to the moral dilemma presented within the theme taken by the writer.

Antagonist

An antagonist is the counter character to the protagonist, creating friction and problems for the protagonist to negate. The antagonist is the other driver of the plot and, together with the antagonist, moves the plot to its conclusion. The antagonist presents a counter balance to the protagonist and could give a valuable insight for the reader into the protagonists character/actions/decisions. Again, the antagonist might be evil in nature, or could even be a hero in the story, which gives a twist to the general perception and again, makes things interesting for the reader.

Character Development

Dynamic Character

A dynamic character undergoes personality changes in the story plot, developing into another character or attaining a different outlook/experience. It usually takes a pivotal event in the plot where the character experiences monumental tasks and readjusts to cater for the change.

Static Character

A static character does not undergo any changes in the story. Usually static characters does not undergo any changes because throughout the story, a static character is hardly affected by climactic problems and soldiers on solving it.

eduKateSG Primary Students at Tampines
eduKateSG Primary Students at Tampines

Instrumental Characters

Round Characters

A round character is fully developed to be complex and realistic. Depth of character and attention to details makes round characters malleable to changes in the plot and readers sympathise with round characters easily through empathy. Round characters also mimic reality and gives readers an insight into the character and keeps the story interesting.

Flat Characters

The reverse of round characters, flat characters are not fully delineated and usually only has one or two traits to carry through the story. Usually not the main character in the story, flat characters are important tools used to provide comic relief, or even instrumental to a change in the plot.

Foil

A foil is a character that contrasts another main character to make readers appreciate the difference. The intention of the foil is to make readers understand the other character its “foiling” better.

Symbolic 

A symbolic character is a character that symbolises certain ideas or morals of society. The intention of symbolic characters are for readers to identify the hidden trademarks within the story and see its relevance to the theme of the story. It denotes clever writing and makes the reader appreciate its intelligence and its intrinsic fabrication by the writer.

Rubik’s Cube Class in eduKate

Hello students, from our classes, I have compiled all the materials for Rubik’s cube here. Do read through it again and make sure you get to understand why mathematics and science is combined to bring about the solution for Rubik’s cube.

Aim of lesson

  1. To learn how to solve a problem through algorithm programming
  2. To improve hand-eye coordination
  3. To improve focus
  4. To learn tenacity
  5. To understand that every mathematical problem can be solved using a series of repeated steps
  6. To compete within rules and achieve objectives

Competition:

The competition are as follows:

1st prize SGD$50.00 goes to the first student that can solve an eduKate randomised Rubik’s Cube within 15 seconds.

2nd prize SGD$30.00 goes to the first student that can solve an eduKate randomised Rubik’s Cube within 40 seconds.

3rd prize SGD$20.00 goes to the first student that can solve an eduKate randomised Rubik’s Cube within 60 seconds.

This also means that one student can actually win all three prizes, and all winners will have their names posted in this blog with the dates and times achieved. All competitors are to solve the cube in the presence of eduKate’s tutors and must be timed using a sport stacker timing device. Also, a video will be taken during this attempt to officiate its occurrence.

1st Prize Winner: ________________

2nd Prize Winner:________________

3rd Prize Winner:________________

What is the history of Rubik’s cube?

http://www.rubiks.com/history

Beginner’s algorithm:

http://ruwix.com/the-rubiks-cube/how-to-solve-the-rubiks-cube-beginners-method/

http://www.wikihow.com/Solve-a-Rubik’s-Cube-(Easy-Move-Notation)

Research by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Advanced Mathematics and Scientific Research into Rubik’s Cube algorithm on MIT News http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2011/rubiks-cube-0629

Speedcuber teaching 

What is an algorithm:

An algorithm (pronounced AL-go-rith-um) is a procedure or formula for solving a problem. The word derives from the name of the mathematician, Mohammed ibn-Musa al-Khwarizmi, who was part of the royal court in Baghdad and who lived from about 780 to 850. Al-Khwarizmi’s work is the likely source for the word algebra as well. A computer program can be viewed as an elaborate algorithm.

In mathematics and computer science, an algorithm usually means a small procedure that solves a recurrent problem.

from (http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/algorithm)

2014 Rubik’s Cube Competition