Composition Unpacking: See, Think, Wonder!

Hi everyone, I am Ms Celina from Lil’ but Mighty! Today, what I will be sharing with you is a visible thinking routine called ‘See-Think-Wonder’. This is a widely used routine in schools. You would have probably tried this in school too. Let me tell you more about this thinking routine and how it can benefit you.


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The Write Recipe

 

The Write Recipe | Plan for Success
  1. Learn about how to plan your writing

  2. Know the key ingredients to create exciting content during planning

  3. See the flow of your story with our unique paragraph-by-paragraph structure (New!)

  4. Application to questions with the PSLE format

Ms. Celina

Ms Celina is a dedicated educator, committed in nurturing students with various abilities. She believes in the joy of learning and collaborative effort. In her years of experience, she has helped every child maximise his or her learning potential, instil positive values and the love of the English Language in them.

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