Last Comprehension Question (3 types) in your Primary School Examination Paper
The June holidays are approaching and it should be a time to enjoy the fruits of your labour as well as to reflect on the past. One area that I would like you to reflect on would be the last question of the comprehension paper - consider how you have fared for this question. In today’s video, I will be sharing with you 3 common types of questions that you may encounter at the end of your comprehension paper.
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As mentioned in the video, I had shared how a yes/no and “support with evidence” question type can be tackled using 6 steps. If you would like to read about this step-by-step guide, find out more here.
I do hope that this video has provided you with some useful information to tackle these demanding last questions better. Moving forward, such questions are also common in secondary school papers hence you should persevere because you are just going to get better. I will see you again soon! Bye!
Ms Cynthia is an English Teacher at Lil’ but Mighty. In her 5 years of English Language teaching experience, she has enjoyed guiding her students to explore the literary world and provide them with the tools to unpack and decipher texts. As a teacher who is passionate about the language, she hopes to inspire the children to become creative and critical thinkers who will be ready to face the challenges of the world.