Section B (open ended questions) for science

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Re: Section B (open ended questions) for science

Post by JS rolling » Thu Nov 07, 2019 12:07 pm

wynea wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 9:27 pm
Hi parents, after attending the section B course for your child, did anyone sign up for their regular tuition class? Is it going to be enough to join the section B class and not need to attend their regular tuition and the results can improve?
Hi, some of the open ended course offers good follow-ups, the one my DD attended will send worksheets and marked with feedback, so they can be familiarized with the technique which i find good. From my research, not every course offers that.

I find the course sufficient but i still sign up for the tuition program as it's very good materials and my DD enjoys the experiments.

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Re: Section B (open ended questions) for science

Post by Tinka » Tue Nov 12, 2019 3:21 pm

Can tell us your child go to which course?

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Re: Section B (open ended questions) for science

Post by JS rolling » Wed Nov 13, 2019 11:47 am

hi, we've attended CCE.education and continued on with their regular tuition. They are the only center with cognitive thinking skills and the 3 days holiday program i've signed up convince me that it works! . AS i see that questions are getting so hard these days, so having a class with cognitive thinking skills improvements will will benefit long term, that is what i hoped.

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Re: Section B (open ended questions) for science

Post by bestwishes » Thu Nov 28, 2019 5:29 pm

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Re: Section B (open ended questions) for science

Post by EduZ Tuition » Tue Jan 07, 2020 5:12 pm

For primary school science, the techniques of answering section B is quite essential. There are many standard types of question like

1) what is the aim of the experiment?
2) How to setup a control?
3) How/ why for fair test questions?
4) How to increase reliability question?
Etc

Usually getting the child to be aware of such types of question and understand the thinking process to apply the proper techniques will help immensely in improving their scores


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Re: Section B (open ended questions) for science

Post by happy mandy » Sat Aug 22, 2020 4:05 pm

EduZ Tuition wrote:
Tue Jan 07, 2020 5:12 pm
For primary school science, the techniques of answering section B is quite essential. There are many standard types of question like

1) what is the aim of the experiment?
2) How to setup a control?
3) How/ why for fair test questions?
4) How to increase reliability question?
Etc

Usually getting the child to be aware of such types of question and understand the thinking process to apply the proper techniques will help immensely in improving their scores
hi thank you for your reply, it;s really useful, any advice the etc? the questions are getting more challenging. my child wrote the right answers but it still seems to be wrong.

as PSLE is afew weeks away, any parents have any tips on this regards?

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Re: Section B (open ended questions) for science

Post by Schootopia » Sat Aug 22, 2020 6:24 pm

Schools teach
C - Claim
E - Evidence
R - Reason
It's basic structure / process in science research. Nothing hard.

Keep it simple.

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