Events

Exam Tips & Strategies Crash Course was a Full House!

Thank you all for attending the Exam Revision Boot Camp Lecture on Sat 1 October. We trust that everyone took away something valuable that can be applied for your upcoming or your future English examinations.

The full house event inside the auditorium.

Our special guest, Geng Siqi, a former Crescent Girls’ School student who scored A1 in her O level English exams sharing her journey in learning English to inspire everyone with her message that an A1 IS POSSIBLE!

Ms Tham sharing exam tips and strategies to attentive students.

We wish all of you the best of luck for your upcoming examinations!

Stay tuned for updates about future Singapore Talking events and activities.

Exam Tips & Strategies Crash Course for ESL Students

We will be conducting an exam revision crash course this Saturday 1st October 2011 to help students studying English as a second language with their exams. This community workshop will benefit both secondary 3 and secondary 4 students for the upcoming O level and final year exams. It will be a 2-hour session covering key pointers for comprehension, summary and composition writing, with top tips and strategies to score in the exams. One of our students, a PRC scholar from China who managed to turn around her O level English from F9 to A1 in two years, will also be attending the workshop to share her success story and inspire others with the possibility to achieve the same.

Date: 1st October Saturday
Time: 4pm – 6pm
Registration starts at: 3.45pm
Venue: 222 Queens Street #04-01 School of Thought Auditorium
Nearest MRT Station: Bras Basah

Admission is free.
To register SMS 9773 9096 ‘Name & School’ to confirm seat or email teacher@englishchannel.com.sg

This is a community workshop by The English Channel. It is part of our company’s Open Dialogue: Singapore Talking outreach effort to bridge cultures through English language acquisition and training.

The Open Dialogue: Singapore Talking Series

At The English Channel, we believe that communication encourages understanding, and the ability to communicate confidently and effectively using the English Language is one positive step towards better social integration. Which is why we’ve created an outreach effort that focuses on bridging cultures through English Language acquisition and training. This outreach effort comprises of seminars and workshops that create open dialogue opportunities for both foreign and local students in Singapore. For collaboration enquiries, please contact us at teacher@englishchannel.com.sg

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