It's the day before your oral exam You've practiced speaking in class and during your school exams, and now it's the final lap. Want to finish strong and round off your preparations nicely? Read these tips to find out what you can do to feel more prepared the day before your oral exam.
1. Review your notes
Survival Guide: Tips to Get Back in the Groove
1.Clear Desk, Clear Mind
Clear desk, clear mind – it’s not a myth! Studies have proven that cleaning up your physical space can also help clear up your headspace and prime your mind for the work ahead. Few things are more inviting than a tidy physical space to get work done and boost your productivity levels.
While preparing for the new semester ahead, freshen up your study space by decluttering and (re)organizing. For ideas on how to do so, Japanese organizing consultant and author Marie
(Original essay by Joy Chen)
Note: Words in bold: Travel vocabulary and good descriptive phrases
To kick the June holidays off with a bang, let’s start by reading this vacation-themed model essay. In this piece, writer Joy Chen describes her trip to Brazil and utilizes a range of excellent descriptive phrases centered specifically around travel and sightseeing. Students can take a leaf out of her book (or rather, her essay) by paying close at
5 ways to keep learning during the June holidays
The long-awaited June holidays are finally here. Wondering how your children can continue to learn in an enjoyable way during the June 2019 school holidays? We’ve compiled a list of tips to get them excited about learning during the break!
1. Review mid-year exam papers
With the mid-year exams fresh on their minds, the June holidays are an optimal time to conduct a review of the exam papers with your children. Going through each subject paper with your children is worthwhile as it could highlight the areas they need to improve on. After identifying problem areas, you can then zero in on assessmen