PSLE Oral Communication consist of the following components:
- Graphic Based Stimulus conversation
There are several objectives which students must fulfill in order to achieve a good score:
- read with good pronunciation, clear articulation and appropriate intonation in order to convey the information, ideas and feelings in a passage,
- produce a well-paced, fluent reading of a passage,
- express their personal opinions, ideas and experiences clearly and effectively in conversing with the examiner, and
- speak fluently and with grammatical accuracy, using a range of appropriate vocabulary and structures.
In the case of Reading Aloud, candidates are assessed on their ability to pronounce and articulate words clearly, as well as their ability to read fluently with appropriate expression and rhythm.
For Stimulus-based Conversation, candidates are assessed on their ability to give a personal response to a visual stimulus and engage in a conversation on a relevant topic.
To help students achieve the above criteria during the examination, our 3-Day Intensive Workshop will teach them to use the PAFER- (P) method when reading a passage and the OREOS – (V) method when holding a conversation on a topic.
We will have 3 Runs during the June school Holidays and 15 topics will be covered over 3 days. Last year, one of our topics appeared in the PSLE oral exams which pleased the students who attended the workshop.
The booking details are listed in the flyer below. Registration is on a ‘first come first serve’ basis. Once the classes are full, your child will be place on a wait-list and we will contact you if we are able to start another class.