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Re: O-Level English

Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2018 4:31 pm
by sherly
Thank you so much D3@n ...
I think my kid comes under category 3...he fails to answer the question fully. Hence, missing out full marks. Your feedback has been immensely useful. I will check if his English teacher can help him out.
Meanwhile, do you have any tutor to recommend in the east ? Thanks...

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 6:10 pm
by D3@n
sherly wrote:Thank you so much D3@n ...
I think my kid comes under category 3...he fails to answer the question fully. Hence, missing out full marks. Your feedback has been immensely useful. I will check if his English teacher can help him out.
Meanwhile, do you have any tutor to recommend in the east ? Thanks...
Glad to help. :-)
I am actually an English & Literature tutor myself. Teach in Hougang. Unfortunately I am fully scheduled until October.
I don't know any tutor to recommend in the East, but hopefully some member can help you out?
Regards

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 2:26 pm
by dimewdime
hi all. don't know where did I read this recently. It was said that students should not use what teachers have taught them in school for O-level. Reason being, it will pull their English O-level grades down. Is this really true?

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 11:02 am
by iceywind88
dimewdime wrote:hi all. don't know where did I read this recently. It was said that students should not use what teachers have taught them in school for O-level. Reason being, it will pull their English O-level grades down. Is this really true?
It's crazy! doesn't make sense at all! Where did you find that?

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 9:35 pm
by piggydwarfs
Hi Parent who hv kids under Ms Felicia, May I get some feedback? How is her teaching method?

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Sat Apr 07, 2018 8:42 pm
by amizade
piggydwarfs wrote:Hi Parent who hv kids under Ms Felicia, May I get some feedback? How is her teaching method?
hi there. You mean the Ms Felicia from Toa Payoh?

I have a son in JC1 who's with Ms Felicia for GP and a girl in Sec 1 express with Ms Felicia as well. My son and his friends from the tuition group all did quite well last year.

For her teaching method, she uses her own materials/syllabus which are quite interesting and broad based learning. She will fuse comprehension, editing, compo, etc in like themes for broad based learning so my children both like going to her class.

But actually I think what is really really innovative are two documents called "useful vocab builder" and "useful corrections record". If I'm not mistaken that's what she calls them.

just my 2 cents :smile: Anyway, I think she got a website. Someone posted here before. called Useful Tutor something like that. You can check it out :smile:

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Sun Apr 08, 2018 11:58 am
by maylim1980
Yup my daughter also got vocab + corrections scripts from Ms Felicia. I oso noticed she's quite effective in engaging my daughter who is normally lazy like a log. Quite a lot of parents here r happy with her results. I hope this helps.

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:29 pm
by maltbibi
Glad to help. :-)
I am actually an English & Literature tutor myself. Teach in Hougang. Unfortunately I am fully scheduled until October.
I don't know any tutor to recommend in the East, but hopefully some member can help you out?
Regards[/quote]

Hi D3@n

Can PM me your rates please? Looking for English tutor.

Thanks.

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:55 pm
by D3@n
maltbibi wrote:
Hi D3@n

Can PM me your rates please? Looking for English tutor.

Thanks.
Hi! PM sent. :-)

Re: O-Level English

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2018 7:23 am
by Raemom
Hi all .. can I know more about Ms ferlicia class . Can someone who s kids attending class with her pm me?