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    ENGLISH CREATIVE WRITING with Miss Sally

    Hi, all, I m just helping friend to share on a crash course in creative writing esp for Y6. Some international schools are having hols and some parents requested for this course.


    Checkpoint Crash Course in Creative Writing on Tuesday 10/4 from 9am-1pm with Miss Sally

    During this short holiday, some parents requested help to teach Y6 (just before Checkpoint) how to write better.

    Will be teaching the students techniques and getting a good storyline. Interested please whatsapp at 016-211 7290

    Venue: to be advised for successful candidates. ( in Kota Kemuning)
    Date: 10th April (Tuesday)
    Time: 9am-1pm
    Cost: RM185

    https://www.facebook.com/English-Cre...9903758111763/

    https://www.facebook.com/Childrens-P...3530064680367/


    English Creative Writing with Miss Sally
    Coach
    Shah Alam, Malaysia

    Disclaimer: miss sally is really good. That is the reason i share her crash course. I have no personal monetary benefit by promoting her course. Thank you.

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    I never believe in such thing called "crash course" especially for language.

    Language needs to build upon a solid foundation and this can only be possible with long term learning and usage of the language. This is one of the main reasons some parents in this country send their kids to international school or English-medium private school as early as primary level (some even from kindergarten).

    Some international schools practise "mixed ability" in English classes, some screen the students according to their proficiency level. This mixed ability approach can support students at all levels and with effective teacher differentiation will allow all students to make progress. There will always be a difference in learning across classes but experienced teachers can help to make sure students are engaged and making progress. Overall, "mixed ability" is common at secondary or upper secondary school. At elementary level, students should be taught according to their proficiency level and the best/most experienced English teachers are often assigned to teach students in lower ability class.

    If students from international schools still have to attend crash course to improve their scores in KS2 or KS3 Checkpoint English exam, I wonder what kind of English teaching resources are available in such "international schools" ??
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