In conclusion, There are systematic ways to train and score in PSLE or Primary 5 Chinese Language.
I suggest students to read every word in your textbook and check understanding of every word. By doing that students will build a understanding of their ability. And by knowing your words you can know your chances of scoring an A in PSLE Chinese: The more words you don’t understand especially those must read, must write words, the lower your chances are. OR
We know skills are learnable and Oral recitation tests three very important skills in oral and that is a reasonable huge vocabulary, fast word recognition and an understanding of various reading techniques. So if you invest yourself to learn those skills, they will help you in your oral examinations and more.
Chinese Language is a skill subject and to score in this subject you need to develop the necessary skill sets like in work place. Schools list down the skill sets as listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. And the new textbook are very good in teaching the skills required in the textbook directly.
Interactive notes are introduced in 2017 PSLE Paper 2 format and since then it has some changes. Nowadays it a test of how one pupil can extract important information from the article such as a advertisement, a notice or an announcement and give a reason for participating in the activities or give a reason for pupil’s friend or relative to help or join this event.
The Short answer is YES, but that would be a very hard work. In fact PSLE expects a child to revise all primary 1 to 6 words which is not easy at all So How much to revise for PSLE? Well you should at least revise Primary 5 and 6 words and be very familiar …
(A) 2017 Chinese PSLE Changes to new 2017 Format with Video conversation in Oral examination. The weightage of each papers are not changed. The changes is the oral now has eOral video conversation to replace picture oral and conversation.Paper 2 has more mcq questions and section B is reduced to 7 questions with 22 points …