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How to Excel in PSLE CL Comprehension MCQ

 

Introduction:

• Paper consists of 7 questions from 2 comprehension passages

• Questions are based on materials from advertisements, news, notices, flyers and etc

 

 

 

How to Excel in PSLE CL Comprehension Open-Ended Questions

Introduction:

• Paper consists of 8 questions from 2 comprehension passages

• Warning: Pupils who do not read Chinese material regularly usually do fair well in this section

 

 

How to excel in PSLE CL Picture Composition

In PSLE CL Essay Paper, pupils could choose one question from either Picture Composition or Topical Composition.

 

The composition takes up 40/200 (ie. It makes up 20% of the full Chinese paper).

 

 

 

How to excel in PSLE CL Essay (Topical Composition)

In PSLE CL Essay component, pupils could choose one question from either Picture Composition or Topical Composition.

 

The composition takes up 40/200 (ie. It makes up 20% of the full Chinese paper).

 

 

 

What is Your Happiness Index?

 

Believe that YOU have a choice to be Happy. You will be

amazed what a few degrees of mindset shift can do for you!

 

Best strategy that works (always!) - Hit the Delete button.

 

In today’s coaching training, Mr Toh discusses 2 case studies where parents’ behaviours and mindsets had adversely affected their children and the consequences that ensued.

 

Is there a way to reverse these scenarios? Watch to find out!

  

Like it or not, communication is never a static skill.

 

Mr Toh has tips for parents on how to bridge the communication gap with your children to remain relevant.

 

 

 

 

Today, Mr Toh shares 2 stories that needed a little more grace than judgement.

 

Know that your kindness matters. Give a little grace today!

 

 

 

 

Caution: Your kids will grow up one day.  Don’t wave young kids away with lame excuses or exhibit inconsistency between your walk and talk.  Your child will grow up confused and become distrusting in nature. Not the ideal condition for peak performance in school and their personal growth and development.

 

 

 

Caution: Temper tantrums are not just noise that parents can wave away with a few candy treats.  In today’s video, Mr Toh deciphers the codes hidden behind bad behaviors and why parents must pay attention to them if you want peace in the house.

 

 

 

 

Mr Toh advises students that it’s a good time to review your goals at mid-year.  

 

Assess your progress made so far and review your performance objectively so that you can realign yourself with your set targets and strategize your action plans.

 

 

 

Mr Toh advises students that it’s a good time to review your goals at mid-year.  Assess your progress made so far and review your performance objectively so that you can realign yourself with your set targets and strategize your action plans.

 

 

 

 

Mr Toh wants to reassure parents that taking up your authority as parent is setting up safe boundaries and limits for your child to learn and grow.  Conversely, you will confuse your child if you abdicate your power and fail to correct and teach.

 

 

 

 

 

In today’s video, Mr Toh reminds parents that playing the “good guy” to your kids, and always getting into their good books, is not the best strategy to raise a mentally strong and emotionally-balanced child.

 

 

 

Being grateful may not be on the mind of many individuals caught up in our modern rate race, and life coaches are not spared from the material distraction too.  Listen to Mr Toh as he shares an enlightened moment where he nearly agreed to swap identities with a wealthy parent for her posh car. Spoiler – ‘disastrous’ outcome averted in time.

 

 

 

Will you agree with Mr Toh that your marriage ranks above your career and kids? It’s an entire enterprise on its own that needs dedicated care, love and time investment for it to work well. And, Yes, the kids will grow up strong and healthy within this setup.

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to Mr Toh explain how the excuses we give ourselves for not achieving a goal can ‘fool’ your brain into complacency and mediocrity.  Your brain will believe what you tell yourself over time.  It is this limiting belief that will stop you from becoming whom you are called to be.  Are you giving yourself excuses for not trying something you’ve always wanted or pursuing that big dream?  Don’t allow your brain to fool you.  Believe in yourself. YOU are POSSIBLE!