The approach is skills-based, with emphasis in the Student's Book on listening and speaking. The Workbook concentrates more on reading and writing tasks. The approach is skills-based, with the emphasis in the Student's Book on listening and speaking. The Workbook has greater emphasis on reading and writing. A thorough and practical course for students aiming to work in a commercial environment.

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While grammar drills are necessary, we believe that the learning of grammar and vocabulary should be taught in context of the purpose and audience of the text and integrated with reading, writing, listening and speaking.

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The exams are very open, unlike Math and Science, which can be "studied". Why is it so? A: The EL curriculum is skill-based rather than content and concept-based. Reading, writing, speaking and listening skills have to be acquired over a period of time.

The teachers will usually model the skills and pupils acquire them through tasks that require them to use the language.

Q3: How about grammar and vocab? A: BPPS level worksheets and commercially available assessment books familiarise pupils with the format and the nature of the items tested in the examinations. BPPS worksheets complement the textbooks materials in that it helps to revise and reinforce what has been taught.

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What can I do as a parent to help my child to learn EL? A: By providing a language rich environment through making books, magazines, newspapers readily available. Parents can also role model reading habits and discuss what they have read. Parents can also take an interest in what the child is reading so that there can be a common platform for meaningful discussions. For parents of pupils who are in the lower primary, they can read stories to the child every night.

For parents of older pupils, watching the channel 5 news together with the child can be a time for family bonding and an opportunity for the child to pick up good language incidentally. My child is weak at compo. How many compositions will the child do every term?

What can be done to help my child? A: On average, pupils from P3 - P6 will do 3 continuous writing per term, i. Each composition has a specific language focus and content focus.

While the pupil may be called on to write the full composition, the teacher may choose only to focus on one aspect of the language, e. The teacher would not assume the role of an editor to find fault with every single mistake in the composition.

We believe that this developmental approach towards writing is important to the morale of the child. Q6: My child is weak at comprehension open-ended.

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How can the school help? A: Reading comprehension is basically an exploration of the ideas and meaning the writer wishes to convey in the text.

The teacher usually engages the children to make meaning, predict, infer using contextual clues as the class reads the text. The teacher will role model the strategies so that pupils will pick them up over time and apply these strategies in independent reading. Depending on the readiness of the pupils in the class, there will usually be 2 comprehension tasks per unit.

However, after his performance in the political satire The Great Dictator, we remember him as both the writer and deliverer of the greatest fictional speech ever given. This is often demonstrated when a person who frequently distances him or herself from the audience suddenly appears to force a camaraderie on them. More than cleverness we need kindness and gentleness.

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His inspired use of "I have a dream," in the speech at the Lincoln Memorial during the Civil rights March on Washington employed rising, rhythmic momentum, punctuated by the repeated refrains. Repetition and rhythm in speech delivery has its effectiveness rooted in science.

Psychological studies have suggested that repetition can have a positive effect on someone's reception and agreement with an argument. Doctors of cognitive neuroscience and psychology J.

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They concluded that low to moderate levels of repetition within a message tend to create greater agreement with the message, along with greater recall. However, their work also suggested that too much repetition has an adverse impact and can lead to stronger disagreement with the argument being made.

You are men! You have the love of humanity in your hearts!A: BPPS level worksheets and commercially available assessment books familiarise pupils with the format and the nature of the items tested in the examinations. The addition of exercises at the end of each chapter also makes this book a suitable university textbook.

They didn't mind. Key Features The course focuses on the key language and communication skills needed in the workplace, with practice in commercial correspondence and telephoning. Can proteins observed in space reveal the mysteries of life?

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