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Suitable for students in Year 6 at day schools
Year 6 English
In Year 6, students are expected to further develop their skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing in their English classes. Each unit is focused on one type of writing style. Starting from reading the sample passage of a specific writing style, students are expected to extract the main idea of the passage, figure out the point view of the author, understand how the evidences support the author’s opinion and learn the grammars and sentence structures in the passage by doing active in-class discussions and exercises. Apart from face-to-face learning commitment at school, students are also required to do some homework to consolidate what they have learnt on weekends. In the Semester 2 of Year 6, students are supposed to read an English novel under the instruction of their teachers to enlarge their vocabulary and develop the habit of reading regularly.
Year 6 Math
Students in Year 6 Math classes will keep on consolidate their skills of application and calculation involving whole numbers, fractions and decimals, and understand the relation between decimals and percentages. In Year 6, students start to have some taste on algebra and its basic applications. Reflection, translation and rotation will be further discussed in geometry. In the session of measurement, students are supposed to keep on learning how to measure the length and perimeter of regular and irregular areas and work out the volume, capacity and mass of items. In addition, students will keep on learning how to solve math problems by using strategies and problem-solving skills. Apart from face-to-face learning commitment at school, students are also required to do some homework to consolidate what they have learnt on weekends.
Intermediate Writing 1 (中级写作1)
In the class of Intermediate Writing 1, students are exposed to more styles of writing from narrative and informative writing to discussion and debate, encouraging them to read more widely at home. Excellent articles, news report and issues will also be brought into classroom to encourage discussion, helping students develop their own opinions and put them in writing. The topics selected are about heat-debated social affairs or latest events, making it easier for students to talk about something they know and making writing relevant to their lives. Students are also expected to learn how to make their writing powerful and meaningful.
Year 6 Scholarship Testing (6年级奖学金考试班)
Suitable for students intending to sit the scholarship tests in private and government schools
The Year 6 Scholarship Testing class is conducted by doing the test-style English and Math papers in class under a time limit, supplemented with test review and test strategies instruction. Test papers are selected from our database where various types of scholarship test questions are integrated to equip students with the skills to face the challenge of private and government selective entry tests.
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