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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2012 12:52 am 
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Many thanks PinkMom for your advice.

I went to Tacher today and spoke to Ms Chua. A nice lady who personally delivers the lessons that she writes. I've signed up my ds for the English program and am looking forward to see some progress in him.

What level are your DDs ? How long have they been with Tacher ?


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2012 7:18 pm 
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jasmineyak wrote:
Hi Curvette/Kitty2,
Am looking for a gd tutor for my boy in Sec 3.
Happen to come across this site, if possible can give me her contact no?
Or if any recommendation? Putting up at AMK.
Thnks n really appreciated.


Hi parent, the NE school teacher does not travel to AMK.
Her schedule is full. However, you may want to sign up for a 3-day crash course during the March holidays.
Day 1: Getting the foundation right (Vocab & Grammar)
Day 2: Comprehension skills
Day 3: Situational and free writing
4 per group.
Tentatively 2 groups: 1 for lower sec and 1 for upper sec.
You have to find your own groupmate (classmates, relatives or ksp).
Exact location & fees to be advised.


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2012 7:22 pm 
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Hi parent, the school teacher is in the North east area.
Her schedule is full. However, you may want to sign up for a 3-day crash course during the March holidays.
Day 1: Getting the foundation right (Vocab & Grammar mastery)
Day 2: Comprehension skills and Editing drills
Day 3: Situational and Essay writing
4 per group.
Tentatively 2 groups: 1 for lower sec and 1 for upper sec.
You have to find your own groupmate (classmates, relatives or ksp).
Exact location & fees to be advised.
Materials are provided.
2-3hours per session.

ppnqq wrote:
Hi curvette, mind sharing more info on yours too please? TIA.


blotchdudu wrote:
Hi curvette, May I know what rates are market sch teacher rate? Sorry.
I live in Marymount. May I know the Journalist-cum-tutor contact?
:thankyou:


tutus wrote:
Hi Curvette,
Can you please pass me the contact for the tutors, need an english tutor for my sec1 girl too. Thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 9:03 am 
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Hi
Do contact me at 96165949 if you need an English tutor for Sec 1 to 4. I know of an English HOD who has taught in an IP school and is very familiar with the new syllabus.


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:05 pm 
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Hi,

We run English small group tuition for all levels as well as specialized IP classes and Language Arts. Our teachers have taught at IP schools and have a good track record for helping our students improve.


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2012 11:44 am 
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Hi Curvette

I'm staying in north-east zone and also looking for a tutor for my ds in sec 1.
Can u pm me the contact of the tutor.
Tia

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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2012 11:47 am 
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Hi

Any good centre to recommend in the north-east zone? I'm looking for English for sec 1. Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2012 12:50 pm 
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@jshaq, can i hv more detail on the tutor?

eg. male or female, race, charges, etc


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2012 1:30 pm 
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Hi,

We, Advanced Academia are currently currently operating out of Kovan where we specialize in giving differentiated teaching to students in order to ensure that students receive the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their papers. We currently have a secondary 4 English class on Friday's 5.30 pm.

Learning English need not be painful or laborious! The recent changes to the O level papers, it indicates that MOE is definitely moving towards functional language use. This means that information text and expository text will start to take a bigger role. The 'sad' part for this is that students will begin experience a disjuncture with what they are primarily exposed to in primary school; narrative text. It would also mean, on the whole, that our students might end up becoming very mechanical in their language use.

Cheers,
Advanced Academia


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 Post subject: Re: English Tuition
PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2012 1:39 pm 
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Hi,

We, Advanced Academia are currently currently operating out of Kovan where we specialize in giving differentiated teaching to students in order to ensure that students receive the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their papers. We currently have a secondary 4 English class on Friday's 5.30 pm. If you need more information please feel free to visit our website at http://www.advancedacademia.com or simply pm us your queries.

Learning English need not be painful or laborious! The recent changes to the O level papers, it indicates that MOE is definitely moving towards functional language use. This means that information text and expository text will start to take a bigger role. The 'sad' part for this is that students will begin experience a disjuncture with what they are primarily exposed to in primary school; narrative text. It would also mean, on the whole, that our students might end up becoming very mechanical in their language use.

Cheers,
Advanced Academia


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