Punggol English Tuition for Horizon Primary at Waterway Point.
Punggol English Tuition Centre to teach English for Horizon Primary students at Waterway Point with top tutors that attend English faculties in university, with a wealth of experience dealing with students from all over.
Punggol Horizon Primary 1-6 MOE Syllabus English Tuition Classes available for our tutorials are:
English MOE Syllabus (P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 PSLE) Tutorials
English MOE Syllabus Tutorials are our general English Tuition where students are trained in all aspects of the Primary English curriculum included in Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the MOE PSLE Syllabus. Punggol Tutors will guide students in Composition, Comprehension, Vocabulary, Cloze passages, Grammar and general holistic informative reading with the goals of language mastery and in preparation for the examinations.
- Language Mastery
- Correct and nuanced use of English Language
- Doing well in the Primary examinations
Creative Writing for New Syllabus MOE English PSLE Syllabus 2015 (P3, P4, P5, P6 PSLE)
Creative Writing Tutorials are specialised and tuned to improve student’s ability to write a compelling and competent composition. In this course, students attempt various themes every semester and are highly geared towards crafting a smooth flowing piece of coherent writing that are full of creative ideas and the masterful punctilious use of vocabulary that will bring the storyline to life. This class will also have a higher amount of workload, bias towards homework where students are required to research their themes and a fair amount of discussions about their ideas in class.
- Ability to write compositions
- Punctilious use of vocabulary to effect
- master the skill to craft an entertaining composition
- become an effective writer
- get used to the new MOE syllabus English PSLE exam
Intensive English for Exam Preparatory PSLE
Specialised exam prep tutorials and limited slots available. Suitable for students doing their MOE SEAB P6 PSLE English conducted by our tutors on a case-by-case customised class setting. This is the most extreme class conducted by eduKate. Intensive Preparatory Tuition classes are hardcore tutorials, highly customised, with extreme pace of learning and conducted in a very small group attendance carefully crafted to eek out every mark of the examinations. Tutors expect extreme performance from students in these classes. Kindly enquire these special intensive classes with Yuet Ling +65 8222 6327
- specialised custom class
- low tutor/student ratio
- intensive exam preparatory
- extreme pace of learning
- extreme performance from students
Additional Information on eduKate Punggol’s English Tuition Classes
Our classes are holistic and includes two components, MOE Syllabus and our specially developed in-house programme. It includes the new guideline revision in MOE PSLE English Language Syllabus 2015 and enrichment courses stated here:
- Composition (Situational and Continuous)
- Cloze Passage
- Listening Comprehension
- Oral and speech
In addition, we incorporate the following enrichment courses into our English programme:
- Creative writing
- Historical Knowledge
- General Knowledge
- Moral Ethics and Good Manners
- Introduction to Newspapers and Current Affairs
- Reading & Appreciation of Classical Children Story Books
- English and its use in Technology and Social Media
Aims of this module: To create awareness in students attempting questions in their exams. Relevance of critical thinking skills to English shall be applied to composition writing and answering comprehension questions during the first two lessons.
Students are required to demonstrate reasoning in their compositions and develop a realistic approach to story telling. During the process of creating a story, students shall use the 3 pictures composition approach introduced in the new syllabus PSLE format. The students are required to gather and include effective implementation of tools from their creative writing classes. They also need to draw from their past experiences when fabricating their plot.
Students are required to demonstrate critical thinking skills of the following basic 6 questions: who, why, where, when, what and how when attempting to resolve questions in the new syllabus format PSLE questions. They are also required to critique and infer from the passage using the said skill.