GCE O levels Secondary English Tuition with MOE GCE O-level English Syllabus tutorial classes. We are an English Tuition Centre managed by top Female English teachers. Ex-RJC, ACJC, TPJC and SAJC Uni grad tutors conducting classes for Sec 1-4 MOE SEAB Syllabus English Language. Our English Tuition Centre is located at Marina Bay, Tampines and Punggol.
English for Secondary Schools
We teach in accordance to SEAB GCE O-levels syllabus
- Situational Writing
- Composition and its components
- Oral Examination preparation
- General Knowledge and Current Affairs
- Summary Editing, Grammar, Vocabulary and Effective Language Use
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Below is a sample of what we teach our GCE O-levels Students. Kindly sign up with Yuet Ling +65 8222 6327 for our O-levels Secondary English Education Classes.
Topic: Social Cohesive Society in Singapore
This is a topic that is becoming popular in Singapore Secondary Composition Writing. Read extra information on social ethics, social groups, anti social behaviours and government initiatives to improve cohesiveness as background knowledge to this topic.
How a society becomes cohesive and how it can all break down. Define social cohesiveness and strategies that makes a society cohesive. Discuss the positives and negatives of social cohesiveness.
This topic is biased towards optimistic and positive rather than negative, so expect more plus than minus contents. But do include the minus for a balanced essay.
What are the levels of cohesiveness that defines social cohesion? At which point does it become acceptable? It is an abstract issue that will not entertain the concept of utopia.
Singapore’s internal conflicts- multiple ethnic groups, changing communities/technology, aging communities, youth finding their foothold, government directives.
Singapore’s external forces with international community and influx of new citizenry, importing new social communities. Dynamic motion of foreign influence on our culture, creating new genres and subcultures. Hence a new social norm and wider canvas to be inclusive. The wider that canvas, the harder to keep everyone within the circle of cohesiveness. Friction occurs with differing cultures and ideas.
Use society constants that makes it cohesive and identify what is important to be a Singaporean. What makes Singapore Singaporean and a mark of identity for society to anchor itself. To be cohesive, our identity and sense of belonging must be berthed to a tangible foundation.
Divisive forces that could break down society. Anti social behaviors, subversive, socially inept individuals that creates downward pressure to undo social cohesiveness. Elitism versus Pluralism.
Discuss what the society can do to improve cohesiveness. Governmental interventions and directives to generate cohesion. Individual actions that can be taken, especially with the use of popular social media. Can the international society create/seed a social cohesive Singapore?
Discuss what positives comes from a social cohesive Singapore.
There are negatives too. Impact on our nation with each of these factors.
Add in your own views. Talk about what you would hope to see happen to Singapore. Your own feelings and thoughts are important. Talk also about how you would like to contribute to this matter. Add in what you think is good or bad that is happening in Singapore’s society and how it affects social cohesiveness.
Summarize your essay with how social cohesiveness would affect Singapore, lack of which. Add in your views and your hopes of what the future holds.
Our English Tuition teachers teach secondary english composition using the latest syllabus and directives of the MOE SEAB GCE O-levels English Language 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.