Joanne Choo Language Centre - Discussion

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Joanne Choo Language Centre - Discussion

Postby TiredMummy » Wed Jun 10, 2009 10:24 am

Hi, has anyone heard or attend creative writing classes at tbe above centre at Clementi ? Want to find out how do they conduct the writing lessons in the class.

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Postby 24hr-mum » Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:14 am

my friend has 2 kids who go there. she said it is gd.

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby lovingmummy216 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 5:24 pm

my friend had a child that went there. he did english tuition since primary 1 and got A*. later he dropped out and his grades went down to C5 in SA1 in secondary 3. then he returned and got top in his class for SA2. i think it's worth trying out! :D

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby lovingmummy216 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 5:36 pm

oh! btw, they moved to a new address:

Blk. 345, Clementi Ave 5 #01-88
Singapore 120345

ph: 6773 4484

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby bigsnoopy » Thu Jun 16, 2011 8:01 pm

Any website to share?

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby mother777 » Fri Jun 17, 2011 2:05 pm

lovingmummy216 wrote:oh! btw, they moved to a new address:

Blk. 345, Clementi Ave 5 #01-88
Singapore 120345

ph: 6773 4484


Hi Lovingmummy216,

any idea about how much they are charging? I have a daughter who is in P2, so wanted to see if this place is suitable for her to learn creative writing.

thanks in advance

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby mr_ding » Fri Jun 17, 2011 8:26 pm

bigsnoopy wrote:Any website to share?


Well, I just saw a review by a parent hours ago on TuitionReviews.sg

http://www.tuitionreviews.sg/component/content/article/45-clementi/431-joanne-choo-language-centre

Hope this helps.

Kind of funny that she complains about her friend guarding this secret weapon of her son... :lol:

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby bigsnoopy » Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:16 am

mr_ding wrote:
bigsnoopy wrote:Any website to share?


Well, I just saw a review by a parent hours ago on TuitionReviews.sg

http://www.tuitionreviews.sg/component/content/article/45-clementi/431-joanne-choo-language-centre

Hope this helps.

Kind of funny that she complains about her friend guarding this secret weapon of her son... :lol:

:thankyou: Saw the review and guess the friend doesn't competition for the son. :lol:

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby lovingmummy216 » Sun Jun 19, 2011 12:15 pm

mother777 wrote:
lovingmummy216 wrote:oh! btw, they moved to a new address:

Blk. 345, Clementi Ave 5 #01-88
Singapore 120345

ph: 6773 4484


Hi Lovingmummy216,

any idea about how much they are charging? I have a daughter who is in P2, so wanted to see if this place is suitable for her to learn creative writing.

thanks in advance


hi mother777,

each lesson is $30. i think it's pretty cheap and good! at least i see improvements in my two children. :)

for my P6 son, i have compared the model answers of the situational composition with Mrs Choo's and i find that hers is much more interesting and creative. i can't find essays as good as hers in the market. as for my P3 son, with the same composition picture, my son finds the same answer given in the assessment book so lengthy and out-of-point, hers is precise. when she writes she always insists that the children follow the picture. the essays are also very action-packed!

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Re: Joanne Choo Language Centre

Postby mother777 » Mon Jun 20, 2011 3:35 pm

lovingmummy216 wrote:hi mother777,

each lesson is $30. i think it's pretty cheap and good! at least i see improvements in my two children. :)

for my P6 son, i have compared the model answers of the situational composition with Mrs Choo's and i find that hers is much more interesting and creative. i can't find essays as good as hers in the market. as for my P3 son, with the same composition picture, my son finds the same answer given in the assessment book so lengthy and out-of-point, hers is precise. when she writes she always insists that the children follow the picture. the essays are also very action-packed!


Hi Lovingmummy216,

Great to hear that both your kids are benefitting from Joanne choo's class! Sounds interesting and fun :smile:

Is this class only for creative writing? Or does she include english grammer etc in it?

I am really tempted to make my daughter join the class too. Have to confirm if hubby can squeeze sending and fetching her in his weekend schedule. :roll:

I myself learning to drive on weekends..so bit hectic for me..
:shrug:

All the best to your son for this forthcoming PSLE exam. He must be tense and working very hard.

How are you managing with two kids at this stage?

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