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1 P5 and P6 Parent Dialogue Session 13 Feb 2015
Good Evening, Parents. Thank you for taking time off to attend this Parent Dialogue Session. The slides for this evening presentation will be uploaded onto our website and be made available to you from next week. Also present tonight are our Principal, Mdm Foo, Vice Principals, Mrs Pawa, Mrs Boey Lim and Mdm Tham, teachers and KP.

2 SESSION OVERVIEW Principal’s Address Addressing Key Concerns
- Teaching and Learning - Key Programmes - Holistic Development Preparation for PSLE - Direct School Admission Q & A Breakout Session An overview of tonight’s session. The Principal will address us, who will share with us on the school focus and direction. Next we will update you on the school programmes and curriculum we had on preparing our students for PSLE. After which there will be a Q and A session to address your concerns and to answer any queries that you may have. We will also be addressing in our presentation some of the concerns that you have raised during the e-registration. Other concerns that are specific to individual classes will be addressed by the teachers when you meet up with them after the presentation. We would like to inform that there will be a separate Meet The Parents Session at the end of this term on the last day of school for the parents…an opportunity for parents to discuss with the form teacher in detail on the progress and issues concerning each individual pupils.

3 Principal’s Address Our Principal, Mdm Foo will now share with us…
Welcome to the P6 Parents Dialogue Session. The rescheduling of date for tonight’s session was primarily to allow the teachers the space and time to understand our pupils better. It also allows our pupils to settle in for the new level and with the CA1 results, we can be more focus in our update on areas and aspects we are working on.

4 Visual Representation of Strategic Map
Strategic Partnership Chongfu’s Torch: Visual Representation of Strategic Map Strategic Partnership Let me first introduce the Chongfu’s torch, which was conceptualised towards the end of last year to give a visual representation of our strategic Map. The torch serves as a compass to chart strategic directions to move the school to next level. The flame on top shows the 4 C2015 student outcomes mapped out by MOE. We want our pupils to possess the attributes of – a Confident Person, Self-directed Learner, a concerned citizen and an active contributor. Our vision ‘A community of thinkers who are patriotic, gracious and global in outlook’, spells out clearly what we want our Chongfu pupil to be. and, mission ‘To develop our pupils in five core areas, namely moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetics are aligned to the C2015 student outcomes. The school vision A Chongfu pupil is a thinker who is patriotic, gracious and has a global outlook. To stretch our pupils’ learning potential, we have the High Ability Learning Programme. the firm grip on the torch symbolising our unyielding beliefs that the five strategic thrusts, together with a gracious culture in Chongfu, will propel us to achieve desired outcomes of education. In Chongfu School, we have 4 staff values namely: Lifelong learning, family togetherness, Thinking, Striving for Excellence, that anchor everyone in a culture that binds us as a family.

5 Core Values   Chongfu pupils are to demonstrate and exhibit the values of being gracious, respectful, achieving, caring, innovative, obsevant …..

6 Highlights from PSLE 2014 Overall pass rate is 99.3 %
Mean T-Score (all pupils) is 217.3 Exit rate to the various courses (E/N(A)/N(T)) remained stable as compared to the previous year

7 Highlights from PSLE 2014 -Placement of Students
Courses 2014 Express 83.0 N(A) 10.6 N(T) 5.7 Repeat 0.7

8 Highlights from PSLE 2014 -Distinctions
No. of Distinctions 2014 3A* 20 4A* 10 5A* 4

9 Highlights from PSLE 2014 -Results by Subjects & Grades (Standard Stream)
A* - A % Pass % Subject CFS Nat’l English 61.0 44.1 97.1 Mathematics 61.3 44.7 95.6 85.3 Science 52.7 42.4 94.6 90.0 Chinese 84.3 76.5 96.4 96.6 Malay 85.7 74.1 92.9 97.4 Tamil 70.0 76.2 97.7

10 Highlights from PSLE 2014 -Results by Subjects & Grades (HMT)
Distinction Pass % Subject CFS Nat’l Chinese 14.2 18.6 100 98.5 Malay 13.9 85.7 97.8 Tamil 20.0 16.8 98.7

11 Highlights from PSLE 2014 -Results by Subjects & Grades (Foundation Stream)
Pass % Subject CFS Nat’l Fn. English 3.1 100 97.2 Fn. Mathematics 7.5 87.5 84.4 Fn. Science 4.9 89.8 Fn. Chinese 14.3 95.8 Fn. Malay - 98.3 Fn. Tamil

12 Addressing Key Concerns-Part 1
Student Well-being Modes of Communication Key Programmes Asst Year Head/P5- Ms Filicia Yap

13 Student Well-being Social and Emotional Support
Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP) Bonding Lunches/Teacher Student Conference Learning Series and Motivation Series School Counsellor and Learning & Behavioural Support Officer Communication with Parents Social & emotional support FTGP are to provide quality interaction time between form teachers and pupils and help to equip pupils with social and emotional competencies.….. And bonding time with pupils Form and co form teachers for this strategic level to ensure a smooth transition for our pupils as they proceed through the various level in their primary education Other Motivational Elements – We get them to dream and aspire for a Secondary School they wish to go to after PSLE. This provides them with a purpose or immediate goal to motivate them to actively work towards achieving it We also tap on MOE programme – Educational Career Guidance and Pathway - to help pupils to explore possible education options and the world of work, enabling them to become aware of their career interests, skills and values, and identifying their own strengths. This will further motivates our pupils and enable them to make more informed decisions about their future education choices beyond primary school. In the process, it not only motivates and inspire them, but also demonstrates personal, moral , social and ethical responsibility in decision making and actions. Also, we have the a full time counselors and a LBS Office to lend support to our pupils learning and emotional needs … Coping with Stress – teach pupils to be aware and identify the cause of stress and how to effectively manage stress through tips on relaxation exercise – hands on session

14  Student’s handbook/diary  Telephone  Email
How do we enhance the communication between teachers and parents? Modes of Communication  Student’s handbook/diary  Telephone  Letters/ s from school  School newsletter School website:

15 Key Programmes -Values in Action
Cleanest Class Use your hands Food & Toy Donation Drive SWAMI Home Visit CIP for MINDS Give a Card Project (KK Hospital) SWAMI Home – VIA project To allow pupils to possess skills, knowledge, values and attitudes to be gracious individuals To understand the duties and responsibilities of a member of the larger community Give a Card Project , our P6 pupils will create activity based cards for children who are long term patients of KK children’s Hospital as part of our VIA project. We want to inculcate care in them for children who may not be well). Last year, our pupils created cards for children in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. Our community partners found it well received. We also engaged them as a caring and concerned citizens by getting them to host pupils from Woodland Garden School for a day in the Chongfu Immersion Programme for MINDs (CIP) as they serve as school ambassadors, empathize, care and help guide our guests through a one-day in school.

16 Key Programmes P5 P6 Camp iNspire – Outdoor Adventure
(24th & 25th Jun) TIE Trip National Education Show (July) Project Work Learning Journey Camp iNspire – Motivation Camp (2nd & 3rd Jun) Etiquette Course 1-day Overseas Trip For the P5, they will be experiencing a 2 day 1 night camp held at MOE Dairy Farm Adventure Centre. The objectives are to train our pupils to be resilient and independent. Through adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities such as Rock Climbing, Abseiling, Flying Fox and the Challenge Ropes, pupils learn to rough it out, gain self-confidence and awareness by overcoming their fears and obstacles. Through outdoor activities shown here, they learn to rough it out and gain self confidence by overcoming their fears and obstacles. We would like to take this opportunity to seek your support as parents to help and encourage our children to actively participate in our camp programme so as to help us achieve these objectives for them.

17 Camp iNspire Learning Focus
Leadership GRACIOUSLY Camp iNspire Learning Focus Team Bonding & Decision Making Resilience & Sportsmanship Independence Camp iNspire is an outdoor education and adventure learning programme for the development of healthy, active and confident students. A progressive approach is adopted to enable students to experience camp life in different settings starting from within school to beyond school and culminating in an overseas experience for P6 students after the PSLE. CampiNspire, a school wide programme, is an outdoor education and adventure learning programme for the development of healthy, active and confident students that is aligned with the 21st century competencies to help students to emerge stronger both mentally and physically. The P1-P6 camp programme helps students acquire new skills and gives a sense of adventure to develop the tenacity to overcome challenges as a team and broaden their perspectives beyond the classroom. These camps take students out of the classroom with given hands-on experiences as they learn to adapt to a different environment, out of their comfort zone. Students are challenged by choice and this gives rise to opportunities for them to root for one another. The activities also allow our students to think on their feet, make decisions to overcome challenges and situations The objectives of the programme are to promote physical fitness, self-confidence, self-reliance, teamwork and leadership through a series of well-planned and challenging experiences. Activities conducted at each level focuses on different aspects of character development and are mapped to the school values GRACIOUSLY. ] In 2014, the programme for the lower primary block was designed and executed by teachers who are in a better position to help students in character development. The range of activities included life skills such as dining etiquette and tying of knots to help students acquire basic skills and knowledge. Caring for Others Caring for Self

18 P5 Project Work- Theme: SG50
Ways to promote loving Singapore more What makes us Singaporean? Encourage deeper understanding of Singapore & her identity Develop self-directed inquiry and lifelong learning. Emphasis is on the student’s learning process. e introduced to help students see the interconnectedness of their learning across different subjects. From Primary 3 onwards, our children are exposed to Project Work which they will be collaborating with their peers. The emphasis of PW is on the pupils’ learning process.

19 P5 Internationalisation Programme
Could you share the selection criteria for Internationalisation Programme? P5 Internationalisation Programme Cultural exchange Promote global outlook Our P5 pupils traditionally will go on internationalisation programme. We hope parents will give us your support when your child is selected for any of these trips. Timing of the trips - end of Term 2 in May after their SA1 exams, with the BiCEP trip for our BiCEP pupils on the 10th week. It is a cultural Immersion Trip, not a trip for sightseeing. Objective: To create opportunities for our pupils to be exposed to a different culture To Enable them to live and learn in a culturally different school setting and to allow them to interact with their peers from a different nationality

20 Addressing Key Concerns-Part 2
Academic Progress & Learning Support Preparing for Examination PSLE DSA Choices of Secondary Schools Year Head/Upper Pri –Mr Jason Ng

21 Academic Excellence & Learning Support
How would Chongfu help the students cope with the coming PSLE? Academic Excellence & Learning Support P5 P6 Structured remedial Recommendation for subjects offered for PSLE – SBB Option External Competitions Friends of Chongfu Parent Support for Math Self-directed Online Learning Holiday Supplementary Class HUG Programme P5 is the level which we will start our preparation for the children for 2014 PSLE. To support our pupils in their learning, we will provide remediation help for our targeted pupils. We also have enrichment programme to cater to pupils who are more advanced in their learning and who need to be challenged and stretched. Stretched goal to motivate and inspire our pupils in their learning. With close monitoring of pupils’ progress and learning through termly results analysis performed by the teachers and shared with the pupils as to whether they have achieved their targets and areas for improvement. We constantly monitor our pupils’ progress for underachievers so as to implement intervention measures promptly. Competitions outside of school and at national level – to provide the platform for exposure for our pupils. This is also relevant and useful for DSA.

22 Holistic Assessment Termly examinations
Alternative modes of assessments (AA) Holistic Reporting Student Portfolio IP Development Cards Attitudes towards learning PAM Development Cards Level of skills attainment CCE Development Cards In view of this, assessment of and for our pupils’ learning no long just take the form of pen and paper or written examination. For a holistic assessment of our pupils learning and for constructive feedback into the learning, besides the 4 termly written examinations, we have alternative modes of assessment to assess and support our pupils in their learning. The respective subj teachers will brief you on the types of alternative assessment we have for the different terms during the breakout sessions in class. The pupils need to demonstrate consistency in completing their daily assignments and homework and possess a good attitude towards learning

23 Can school could address the quantum of homework allocated to the child on a daily basis, as the amount appears too much? Homework Policy Levels Mon – Thurs, School Days P1 – P2 P3 – P4 P5 – P6 1 hour per day 1.5 hours per day 2.5 hours per day Levels Fri – Sun, Weekends P1 – P6 3 hours per weekend

24 Important Dates to note
What are the examination dates? Important Dates to note SWAMI Home – VIA project To allow pupils to possess skills, knowledge, values and attitudes to be gracious individuals To understand the duties and responsibilities of a member of the larger community

25 PSLE Registration • Students’ subject combinations
The school will register our P6 students for PSLE from 9 March to 27 March 2015 • Students’ subject combinations (Foundation and/or Standard) take into consideration their respective levels of mastery of content knowledge and skills • Students are therefore strongly discouraged from changing their subject combinations after PSLE registration

26 What are the examination dates?
2015 P5 Examination Schedule Exam Date CA 1 Term 1 Week 9 SA 1 Term 2 Week 5 (Oral) Term 2 Week 6 & 7 CA 2 Term 3 Week 9 SA 2 Term 4 Week 5, 6 & 10 Prelim or Revision test using SHHK 5-schools combined papers? Our Prelim exam will be conducted based on Chongfu school papers. However, to provide pupils with additional exam simulation, there will be a mock exam using SHHK 5-schools combined papers. This will be conducted under similar exam setting including centralised marking. The only difference would be that the score and marks will not be reflected in the result slips. This would allow the teachers the time to focus on helping our students to learn and improve on areas identified.

27 2015 P6 Examination Schedule
What is the Preliminary Exam and PSLE date? 2015 P6 Examination Schedule Exam Date CA 1 Term 1 Week 9 SA 1 Term 2 Week 5 (Oral) Term 2 Week 6 & 7 Preliminary Exam Term 3 Week 5 & 6 Mock Exam Term 3 Week 9 & 10 P6 Simulated Oral Exam Term 3 Week 3 (18/7 Sat) Prelim or Revision test using SHHK 5-schools combined papers? Our Prelim exam will be conducted based on Chongfu school papers. However, to provide pupils with additional exam simulation, there will be a mock exam using SHHK 5-schools combined papers. This will be conducted under similar exam setting including centralised marking. The only difference would be that the score and marks will not be reflected in the result slips. This would allow the teachers the time to focus on helping our students to learn and improve on areas identified.

28 PSLE Listening Comprehension
2015 PSLE Exam Timetable Exam Date PSLE Oral Exam Term 3 Week 8 (20/8 and 21/8) Thursday & Friday PSLE Listening Comprehension Term 4 Week 1 (18/9) Friday PSLE Written Exam Term 4 Week 2 & 3 (25/9 to 1/10) Thursday to Wednesday

29 -Overnight Motivation Camp
Will there be remedial classes for P6 students during June holidays? 2015 P6 Supplementary Classes School Holidays Date* June (1st week) -Overnight Motivation Camp 2/6 to 3/6 June (4th Week) 22/6 to 24/6 8.00 to pm (Monday to Wednesday) September (1st Week) 7/9 to 9/9

30 Direct School Admission – Secondary (DSA-Sec) 2015
Please provide the details of DSA application procedures and timeline. Direct School Admission – Secondary (DSA-Sec) 2015 More information on DSA. It is an exercise introduced by MOE since 2004 to promote holistic education and provide students an opportunity to demonstrate a more diverse range of achievements and talents in seeking admission to a secondary school. The selection by the participating secondary schools for admission to Secondary One will be based on their achievements and talents before the PSLE results are released.

31 Direct School Admission
Participating secondary schools have flexibility to select a percentage of their students for admission via their own selection criteria Selection criteria can include diverse academic and non-academic achievements and talents DSA schools to publish selection criteria (deadlines differ from school to school) Pursue and build track record in the child’s niche area Build up a substantial portfolio Select schools which best meet his/ her needs Submit application

32 Direct School Admission
Specialised independent schools that admit students entirely or almost entirely through DSA – NUS High School of Maths and Science –School of the Arts (SOTA) –School of Science and Technology –Singapore Sports School

33 Direct School Admission
The 3 stages of DSA-Sec are: Selection Stage (May to August) Tests /camps /interviews and outcome of selection Exercise School Preference Stage (October) If selected, student submits preference for up to 3 DSA schools Results Release Stage (November) Student collects result of DSA school allocated together with PSLE results 3 stages of DSA-Sec exercise Selection – short listed students goes for selection tests/camps or intereview at the DSA-Ssc school(s). Students will receive outcome of application from the school(s) he / she has applied to (those on confirmed or waiting list or rejected will be notified by August. Stage 2 – exercising of school preference stage, in October. This is when students are notified of the “Confirmed” Offers or who have been put on the “Waiting List”, they will receive a School Preference Form through their primary schools. On receiving this form, parents can indicate their child’s school preference for up to 3 schools in the Form. The last stage is the results release stage, in November. Parents / students will be informed together with their PSLE results. Students who are not successfully in the DSA exercise will participate in the Secondary One Posting Exercise.

34 DSA-Sec Exercise Think carefully before accepting a Confirmed Offer or Waiting List Once your child has exercised his/ her school preference, and is accepted, he/ she will not be allowed to make any school selection in the centralised S1 Posting Exercise, regardless of how well he/ she may have performed in the PSLE. As we do not want to subject our students to too many interviews and hence demoralising effect if they failed to get through the interviews. Which might be counter productive. Try not to subject them to many interviews, if none go thro will deal another blow to the child – demoralising effect, take care of the ‘hope’ – counter productive effect on child’s confidence – esp taking PSLE. Not more than 3 schools, sit many proficiency exam, interview, June holiday will be burned.

35 For more information regarding the DSA-Sec Exercise, please refer to the MOE website at: Will only be updated by May 2014

36 Post PSLE Important Dates
Key Event Tentative Dates* Release of PSLE results to candidates 21 Nov Submission of S1 Option Form for choice of secondary schools 21 Nov to 27 Nov Release of School Posting Results 3rd week of Dec Students to report to Secondary Schools for Registration

37 Sec One (S1) Posting Exercise 2015

38 Secondary School Streaming Guide Standard Stream Express – 200 and above Express/Normal Academic – 188 to 199 Normal Academic – 160 to 187 Normal Academic/Normal Tech – 152 to 159 Normal Technical – 152 and below Foundation Stream Below 113 and obtain Grade 4 or better in FEL, FMA and FMT • It is a placement examination to assign students into different courses according to their academic ability • It enables posting to secondary schools by merit and as far as possible into a school of their choice • Students and parents need to consider the relative achievement level of the students among his/her peers at the national level

39 Factors to Consider when making an option
Make your choices wisely Posting is done based on aggregate score first, choose schools that are comparable to your child’s academic ability Choose schools that are a good ‘fit’ for your child (strengths, interests, disposition) Consider –school culture –school niches and programmes –school’s PSLE cut-off point Admission based on demand and places available • Last student to get in= his/her aggregate score becomes the school’s Cut-off Point As you can see, posting is primarily dependent on the pupil’s PSLE aggregate score. Hence it is most important to choose schools whose academic standard is comparable to the child’s ability. For example, if a child is expected to get a PSLE aggregate of 200, there is no point in choosing 6 schools whose cut-off in previous years are in the range of 240 or The pupil is not likely to be admitted into these schools and the 6 choices are in fact ‘wasted’. Because the 1st option is made before the PSLE result is known, it will be good to speak to the teachers to arrive at an estimate of the pupil’s likely PSLE score when he eventually sits for his PSLE. Once the parents have a gauge of the likely PSLE scores of their children, then they are in a better position to choose secondary schools, based on the secondary school’s cut-off in the previous year. The 6 choices should reflect a spread of academic standard, just in case the pupil’s PSLE result turns out to be better than expected, or worse than expected.



42 English

43 Active Listener Confident Speaker Avid Reader Proficient Writer
Ideal Learner Active Listener Confident Speaker Avid Reader Proficient Writer

44 STELLAR STrategies for English Language Learning And Reading
Children Who Love Reading and Have a Strong Foundation in the English Language How does the school prepare students in the acquisition of basic literacy and numeracy skills? What is Chongfu doing to ensure that the students’ foundation in literacy and numeracy is sound?

45 Teaching Strategies Supported Reading – Text Deconstruction
KWL (Know – Want to Know – Learn) Writing Cycle Role of parents in supporting their child in his/her learning What do we need to do / take note of in order to help our child learn better? School's expectations of P1 students in terms of skills and knowledge, prior to start of P1

46 Holistic Assessment Students are given opportunities to listen, read, view, speak, write and represent to demonstrate their language competence. Example of tasks: Crossword Puzzle (Spelling) Language Items Comprehending Short Texts Situational Writing Listening Comprehension Plot Structure

ENGLISH LANGUAGE Reading I Read Programme Little Red Dot Speaking Air time ICT-based lessons Writing Journals Listening Podcasting Enrichment Theatrical Experience & Exposure Support Structured Remedial Programme

48 Writing Workshop (P5) Date : 27 February 2015 Time : 7 p.m. – 8.30p.m.
Venue : Tan Kah Kee Hall Outline of Workshop Background and Rationale for Changes Main changes in EL assessment Tackling the new components


50 LEARNING OUTCOMES Students are able to solve mathematical problems using : Concepts and skills : 4 operations Heuristic skills : Use a diagram/model Use before-after concept Look for pattern(s) Work backwards Guess & Check Make a systematic list Simplifying the Problem Make suppositions Use equations

51 MATHEMATICS Use a diagram / model Make a systematic list
HEURISTICS SKILLS: Use a diagram / model Make a systematic list Look for pattern(s) Work backwards Use before after concept Use guess and check Simplifying the Problem Make suppositions Use equations

MATHEMATICS Maths Games Day: - Numero Maths Warrior Tangrams Engaged Teaching & Learning: - Hands on activities (Manipulatives)

Indoor Performance Tasks Outdoor Performance Tasks Structured Maths Journal Heuristics Review Online Test Diagnostic Test

54 STRATEGIES Maximise Score Minimise Losses
- Every question matters (Don’t leave blanks) - Method marks are more important than Answer mark Minimise Losses Remember to write the correct units Remember to label your work correctly Remember to shade correctly SEM(Skills, Exposure and Motivation) - Master all conceptual and heuristic skills - Pupils have been exposed to all types of questions from various sources - Develop good exam skills and Be resilient

55 WORKSHOP FOR P5 PARENTS What : Mathematics Workshop When : 25 April 2015, Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Where : TKK Hall

56 Science

57 Learning Outcomes Level Themes Skills / Processes
Primary Science Syllabus (2008) Level Themes Skills / Processes P5 Systems Cycles Energy Investigation Decision-making Creative problem solving Communicating – written, verbal, pictorial, tabular & graphical P6 Interactions Systems A system is a whole consisting of parts that work together to perform a function. Cycles There are repeated patterns of change in nature. The Earth is a self-sustaining system. Energy Energy makes changes and movement possible in everyday life. Interactions Studying the interactions between and within systems enhances understanding of the environment and Man’s role in it. Investigation This involves formulating questions or hypotheses, devising fair methods and carrying out these methods to find out answers to the questions or to verify the hypotheses. Decision-making Decision-making is the process of establishing and applying criteria to select from among seemingly equal alternatives. Creative Problem Solving This is a process of analysing a problem and choosing an innovative and relevant solution in order to remedy or alter a problem situation.

58 Support for Learning Encourage your child to read and take notes. Remember the Science facts and concepts Employ the RISE Strategy: Read the question and highlight clues in the stem. Identify main concepts and list keywords. Select the answer (MCQ) or determine the structure to use for answering the question. Evaluate your answer by ensuring the keywords are written down.

59 Key IP Programmes and Activities
Lab lessons ICT-based lessons Outdoor Learning Learning Journey to Singapore Science Centre : - Electric Carnival (P5) - Aquatic Plants and Animals (P6)

60 Science Workshop for P5 Parents
Objective: To provide parents with an understanding of the current types of questions tested in the PSLE and how to answer them Date: 27 March 2015 (Friday) Venue: Tan Kah Kee Hall Time: 7pm to 830pm Registration via LMS

61 普通华文 校内/小学离校考试

62 高级华文 校内/小学离校考试

63 校内全方位评估 (普通华文) 五年级 第一学段 第二学段 第三学段 次数 2 3 周次 6, 8 2, 8 2, 4, 6 六年级 第一学段
 2 3 周次 6, 8 2, 8 2, 4, 6 六年级 第一学段 第二学段 次数 1 周次 8 2

64 选修高华的政策 四年级 五年级 五年级 六年级 校方经过专业判断,向家长提出建议。 家长有决定权
四年级  五年级 五年级  六年级 校方经过专业判断,向家长提出建议。 家长有决定权 校方在考虑了学生的整体成绩后决定是否让学生继续修读高华

65 课程强化活动 班级图书 2. 线上练习(LMS Portal) 3.“乐学善用”平台  (iMTL Portal)

66 “乐学善用”平台 iMTL Portal 提升学生的 口语表达能力 老师及同侪评估

67 “乐学善用”平台 iMTL Portal 实施:2013-2015
2014 2015 四年级 四、五年级 四至六年级

68 听 说 读 写 您的孩子要怎么为考试做好准备? 多用华语与家人或同学交谈 认真听课 听广播、新闻 写字认真,保持字 体端正
  体端正 认真做好每一份作业 阅读范文 多阅读华文故事书及报纸

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