MyLuLaoshi team would like to congratulate all students who have graduated from MyLuLaoshi PSLE Chinese Specialist Courses! Over 90% of our students got A/A* for Normal Chinese!
Everyone has worked hard for PSLE, and we trust that our tuition services have helped our students in one way or another! We wish our students to get into the secondary school of their choice! All the best for your future endeavors!
Laoshi also share tips with students now and then! Here's one of the many tips which Laoshi shares with her students!
- How to manage time when doing Paper 2? -
For the Paper 2 segment, Lu Lao Shi encourages us to do the Open Ended section first followed by the MCQ. Having a clear mind and great stamina at the start of the paper allows us to think through the questions and answer them to our greatest potential.
In this part, Shi Hui shares one of the important tips she learned from our Compo and Oral course!
- How to plan out a strategy for Compo? -
At Lu Lao Shi’s, there are ways for us to score well in our composition. The most important way is for us to 审题, by doing this we are able to instruct ourselves what we want to write during the composition.
How to 审题?
During the first 5 minutes of the examination, our main goal is to see if we would like to do 命题 or 看图. Although most school teachers instruct us not to do 命题 if the 看图 has nothing to write about, challenge yourself to try out 命题!
After that, start instructing yourself what name you want the main character(s) to be. Following that, write in all the good phrases so that when you start writing you will know what good phrases or sentences you will like to write.
Most importantly, the ending. You should plan out the quote, e.g. 所谓：“前事不忘，后事之师”and the learning points the character learnt in advance. This way we will be able to save time, focus and have a clear mind during the exam.
I hope you found this post useful and have a great day!
In this series of posts, we'll share from one of our ex-student's perspective on what happens at LuLaoshi PSLE Chinese Strategic Course! We like to thank Shi Hui for sharing her experience with the readers! If you have any queries, please feel free to contact us!
- How does Lu Laoshi teach? -
At Lu Lao Shi’s Learning Centre, Lu Lao Shi uses many techniques to get our A/A*for Chinese. She is uncompromising and teaches us many other learning needs along the way. By uncompromising, I mean that Lu Lao Shi will not tolerate students who fail to give his/her best effort during lessons and are unable to complete learning objectives. If the students need more time and attention from her, she will put in the effort and set up remedial classes for her students. Lu Lao Shi is a great role model as a teacher, she will make sure that every student has her attention and will put in great amounts of effort to help him/her to get their A/A*. Lu Lao Shi is also well-known for teaching Chinese, she is an ex-MOE Chinese teacher and has a lot of experience in both the Chinese curriculum and in teaching.
I hope you enjoyed reading this post and will be interested in joining Lu Lao Shi’s intensive training program!
Thank You Lu Lao Shi 2014 has passed and Lu Lao Shi's students finished this year victoriously once again. Parent's are indeed thankful, we are equally thankful for their patience in allowing Lu Lao Shi to polish up the GEM in their child. Joseph (ACS) Certificate of Improvement
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: RE: Jia Le's Exam status From: Sallie Date: Fri, February 24, 2012 7:42 am To: firstname.lastname@example.org Hi Lu Lao Shi
Thank you for your feedback on Jia Le’s progress. Sorry for the late reply because I was very busy with office work and Jia Le’s school work. Thank you for updating us on his progress and your commitment to strengthen Jia Le’s Chinese Language knowledge.
From: Jenn osp To: email@example.com Sent: Monday, 16 January 2012, 7:53pm Subject: Re: Dear Lu Laoshi, Dear Lu laoshi, Lu laoshi, your smile and your gentleness is a very refreshing change to the teachers the students are facing in school and just want to say thanks so much for your guidance for Xan. He told me some rules you gave them and they are indeed very good. You motivated them to study and he was proud he can do your work and read words. Do let me know what I can do at home to help. I've written out all the words in the textbooks and I let him read and recognise the words frequently. Thank You Jenn
Subject: Re: Melis' progress From: judy Date: Tue, January 31, 2012 6:15 pm To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Lu laoshi,
Happy Lunar New Year! Thanks for your valuable feedback. For your info, that's how Melis is- lazy and not self-motivated. She needs to be pushed even to do her school homework! If she's paying attention in your class, it means that she's enjoying your lesson. That's what she feeds back to me- lesson's very enaging and interesting and that she's very comfortable in your home. (No wonder she's not complaining about the long 4.5 hrs!) Btw, she hates to learn Chinese, that's why I really appreciate what you've done so far and would like to thank you for that!
I hope that you can encourage and motivate her because whatever you say is more effective than mine. I'll, on my part, continue to 'push' her.
Thanks very much once again!
Warmest regards, Judy ps-can you make her jot down the homework in her little notebook?