PSLE English | Video: Oral Preparation Part 2: Stimulus-based Conversation

Thank you for watching the first part of our oral preparation video last week! During the 5-minute preparation, you will need to get yourself ready for both reading and stimulus-based conversation. After our 3 must-dos for reading during the 5-minute preparation time, it is time for us to look at the 3 must-dos for the stimulus-based conversation component during the preparation:

1. Take note of all details
2. Think of the first question (and the answer)
3. Brainstorm other possible questions/ stories

Let's take a look at what each of the points above means now!

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If you are still looking for a way to do better for your oral and need a structured approach to craft your answers in the stimulus-based conversation section, we are happy to share with you that our online oral course, "Lil' Chatterbox" is now available! 

Other than our compilation of vocabulary, you will also be getting the videos to walk you through our simple yet effective framework to answer the SBC questions as well as the Oral Workbook consisting of 9 practices with model answers. Find out more about this essential PSLE English oral course here now.

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