All About English Creative Writing

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schnauzer
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Post by schnauzer » Sat Feb 20, 2010 1:44 am

Hi Moonee & MMM, thanks for your recommendation. Will check out on those schools. btw, my daughter is in P2.

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Post by moonee » Sat Feb 20, 2010 2:44 am

schnauzer wrote:Hi Moonee & MMM, thanks for your recommendation. Will check out on those schools. btw, my daughter is in P2.


I spoke to my friend who is at mindstretcher for english, didnt get much out of her except that they do teach composition quite seriously whereas its more on the fun and play at MA

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Post by Herbie » Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:10 am

Read the paper and there is this book title "Insders secrets to the art of creative writing". Website is www.bestwrites.com.

Has anyone bought the book? If yes, can share whether it is worth buying this book.

Tx

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Post by rainbows » Mon Apr 19, 2010 12:03 pm

hi hi

my gal is going to primary 1 next year.. and was thinking of sending her for english enrichment course to get her ready (hopefully not too late)

think get her prepared she requires to know phonics, creative writing, etc?
also not so sure cos when i see thru the assessments books from bookstores, they look very difficult :cry:

any recommendations pls? :?:

thanks.

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Post by zenztormz » Mon Apr 19, 2010 12:38 pm

rainbows wrote:hi hi

my gal is going to primary 1 next year.. and was thinking of sending her for english enrichment course to get her ready (hopefully not too late)

think get her prepared she requires to know phonics, creative writing, etc?
also not so sure cos when i see thru the assessments books from bookstores, they look very difficult :cry:

any recommendations pls? :?:

thanks.


Hi, my kid is attending Ms Han creative classes. She is one of the best teacher i ever come across, very dedicated to her teaching...but i am not sure if you can get in because her classes are always full ... if you want her number i can send to you separately...thanks.


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Post by rainbows » Mon Apr 19, 2010 4:35 pm

hi zenztormz

thanks for your recommendation :D

could u tell me more of her class? and the venue/time/day/costs?

thanks for sharing! :wink:

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Regarding Creative writing

Post by sensugan » Wed Apr 21, 2010 4:02 am

Hi zenztormz
Can u please give me the contact no of Ms Han.
Thanks

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Re: Regarding Creative writing

Post by Ontheballmother » Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:01 am

sensugan wrote:Hi zenztormz
Can u please give me the contact no of Ms Han.
Thanks
Can I have the number too? Thanks.

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Re: Regarding Creative writing

Post by zenztormz » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:27 am

Ontheballmother wrote:
sensugan wrote:Hi zenztormz
Can u please give me the contact no of Ms Han.
Thanks
Can I have the number too? Thanks.


my daughter is in P4. The details are : Jurong West/P4/SAT 1.00-2.30pm/$67

her number is 984 32381 ... maybe you can drop her an sms about your enquiries first

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Post by smurf » Mon Apr 26, 2010 2:08 pm

think my DS1 writing is :sweat:

Here is what he wrote this morning. I think his spelling is not there yet. :faint:

His cring for the door bicoz lae he want to go owside. The baby.
meaning:

He is crying for the door because later he wants to go outside.


:?: :?: :?:

BTW, he is already in K2.

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