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How To Show Emotions From A to Z Using The 5 Senses

Suitable for: Upper Primary and Secondary School students who are writing narratives

Language: English and Chinese

Many students end up ‘telling’ a summary instead of ‘showing’ details when writing a story. This approach is a sure-fire way to put everybody, including their examiners, to sleep.

Nope, it’s not about adding long and complicated words to impress others.

With this bilingual chart, your children will not only be inspired by the different ways that breathe life into their characters, but also they will be visually reminded of the kind of details to include in their English and Chinese narratives.

Want to move a step closer to an ‘A’ in writing?

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3 Simple, Powerful Tweaks For Writing

Suitable for: Upper Primary and Secondary School students who are writing narratives

Language: English

If your children can write logical stories but struggle to make them interesting, this guide will help them transform their stories from ‘meh’ to ‘wow’, giving them an unfair advantage over others in writing.

See them beam with delight as they discover how simple tweaks can make a world of difference to their writing and scores!

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Never Miss An Error In Editing With The LAPTOP™ Formula

Suitable for: Secondary School students

Language: English

Have you ever wondered how some students almost always score full marks in O Level editing? 

They can pinpoint errors in a flash and move on to other heavyweight writing sections in Paper One.

Is it possible for your child to achieve accuracy and speed in editing just like them?

Yes, it definitely is if you…

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