Open the Cloze Door
Curiosity killed the ______.
COMPREHENSION CLOZE IS SO HARD.
Unfortunately, we cannot disagree with this statement. Out of all the paper 2 components, the comprehension cloze is notorious for being one which many students lose marks in. Does that mean all is lost?
BUT NOT IMPOSSIBLE TO SCORE.
Hard does not mean impossible. If carrying out a task the usual way does not work, we need to try another method which does. And we have found it.
“READ MORE TO IMPROVE IN CLOZE”? LET’S BE MORE SPECIFIC.
Reading is always beneficial but with limited time for students to prepare and perfect their score before the next examination, reading more cannot be your only solution. You need to dive straight into the requirements. The explicit skills. The common question types.
You need to Open the Cloze Door.
Here’s What Your Child Will Receive When He/She Joins Our Open the Cloze Door Online Course
P5 to P6
Video Lessons + Slide Shows
Key Learning Points
Notes to supplement key learning points
12 Practices that cover a range of commonly tested topics and blank types in both fiction and non-fiction texts
Is your child facing any of the following while attempting the comprehension cloze component?
Problem #1: Seizing fewer than 12 marks and unable to explain how to get to the correct answer
Problem #2: Unaware of the structured approach to attempt the section
Problem #3: Leaving unattempted blanks in the section
Problem #4: Unable to pick out any clues for his/her answer
Problem #5: Penalised for not using the right form of the word chosen
Problem #6: Unsure of why his/her answer with a similar meaning is not accepted
BE OPEN! WATCH TO FIND OUT MORE!
THIS COURSE WILL BE HELPFUL IF YOUR CHILD:
loves simple techniques that work
needs a structured approach to tackling comprehension cloze
needs greater clarity in the types of questions that can be tested
needs exposure to commonly tested and tricky questions
likes clear, annotated explanations for obtaining answers
(especially the ones that they have made a mistake in)
Wondering how our video lessons are like?
Preview our “Introduction to Cloze Passage” Lecture here
TAKE A DEEP BREATH AND BE PRESENT. THAT’S ALL.
Sounds easy? Because the rest has been done for you.
Other than a clear explanation of the component requirements, you can expect simple steps laid out to help you identify the question/blank types and clues to tackle the various question/blank types.
Stop groping in the dark and being stuck. “Open the Cloze Door” and step out to achieve your best for this component now!
Our “Love It Or Your Money” Back Guarantee!
We’re so confident your child will benefit from the programme that we’re going to promise the following!
If your child goes through all the videos and did all the exercises, and he/she does not learn at least 1 strategy that will help him/her for the final exams, we’ll refund you your money (with $5 to cover the fees for admin).
Here’s what parents have been sharing about us!
“The bite-sized videos are fun and enjoyable and taught me many rules and strategies on how to answer synthesis questions. The teachers’ explanations are clear, concise and easy to understand.”
The Write Recipe : Planning and Brainstorming
“Mrs Chew is clear in her explanations and the fun activities and games kept her engaged throughout the lessons. In fact, she was so eager to continue the lessons on her own that she did so once she came home from school.”
The Write Recipe : A.I.M.
“I like how it is easy to remember and how the course teaches me when it is important to describe a character clearly in a story. The activities help me to understand how to apply the technique and there are also lots of examples to build my vocabulary to describe characters well!”
Grammar Grandma Bites
“Like all parents who would like to support their children in their learning journey and revision, we found that the course has provided us with a helpful framework and enough strategies to reinforce the key points learnt in school and during tuition.”
“I think that the tips on how to do well for the listening comprehension were great and useful. Now I am more confident when it comes to listening comprehension. The questions asked were tricky, which made me think more about my answers before writing them down. Overall, I think the Easy Listening online course is good and definitely helpful!”
Edit with Edit-Tea
“Kayla finds the online course structured and systematic in its approach. The course content is also clearly delivered and presented by the instructor.
Most importantly, the tips are easy to follow. We are glad that Kayla has gained insights into the editing component through the course as these tips are not taught in school.”
Un-Pac the Situation
“The content is interesting and the bite-sized lessons make it easy to digest doe any new users. Overall, the Ashton likes how engaging the course is and that it reinforces what learnt in school for situational writing.”
Open The Cloze Door
“The annotated answers for the worksheets are excellent and help me to understand how to get the correct answer by identifying the clues… I would definitely recommend this to my other friends!”
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.
How does lifetime access sound? As long as Lil’ but Mighty exists, this course will be available to watch. After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own.
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you finish the course, implement the techniques and feel you haven’t learn anything that has helped to improve your Comprehension Cloze, you can email me within 30 days of purchase for a full refund.
Yes, our Open the Cloze Door is tailored for use with the latest PSLE English Format. Hoorah!
Targeted at all pupils who are preparing to be PSLE ready.
Definitely! Our team of teachers will be ready (with a smile!) to provide you help on questions that you have regarding the course content and its materials.
For viewing the videos: – Good internet connection – Web Browsers – Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari (Mac), Opera and Internet Explorer (11 and beyond)
If you need help with something related to the course, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
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