Calling all P4 & P5 Students

 conquer Experiment PROCESS SKILLS

3 hour Skills-BASED MASTERCLASS To tackle EXPERIMENT QUESTIONS CONFIDENTLY

WHY WILL your child need this?

Experimental-based questions take up 30% or more in a typical Science paper. 

For the past few years, experimental-based questions comprised a whopping 50-60% of PSLE Science Booklet B’s Open Ended Questions!

Your child can expect experiment-based questions to be tested in BOTH the multiple-choice section AND the open-ended section.

It is typical to find students even in upper primary struggling to understand how to tackle such questions confidently.

THE PROBLEM IS…

• Schools are time-scarce to cover experimental processes in detail during lab lessons.

• Students are often clueless how experiments are structured & designed.

• They have insufficient exposure to experimental processes and inquiry.

They lack a clear framework needed for answering the questions accurately.

They may not be aware of the specific sequence and steps that experiment questions require.

 

HERE’S OUR SOLUTION: 

At Germinate, we teach our students the PEAK™ Experimental Thinking process, which helps impart the important thinking skills and processes needed to understand how to tackle experiment-based questions confidently.

Designed by PSLE Science Specialist and experienced former PSLE Science Marker, Mr Jayce Or, PEAK™ Experimental Thinking will eliminate the guesswork, and equip students with the step-by-step thought processes and systematic framework required to answer experiment questions effectively.

 

How your child will benefit:

No more confusion on Experimental Based Questions! 🤯

✅ Be trained in the thought processes and nature of experimental investigation. 

✅ Zoom in on common features, question terms and critical vocabulary used in experimental set ups.

✅ Analyse questions accurately with focus on important principles:

  • Aim of experiment, dependent, independent variables, control variables, experimental set-up
  • Concept of fair test vs reliable test vs accuracy test
  • Formulate a testable hypotheses
  • Describe the steps of experimenting 
  • Know how to represent experimental data through various methods 
  • Understand relationship between variables and experimental results
  • Using observations, data and trends to forecast results & draw conclusion.

✅ Apply process skills confidently on CURATED QUESTIONS COMMONLY SEEN IN  SCIENCE PAPERS.

✅ Conquer and apply key concepts in experimental design and plug gaps by getting experimental fundamentals RIGHT.

✅ Achieve competency in tackling important experiment type questions of varying difficulties.

 

 

REGISTER FOR YOUR SLOT EARLY!

Recommended age group: P4 & P5

Experiment Questions Masterclass

*ONLINE*

13 Mar 2023 (Mon), Mar Holidays

Time: 9am – 12noon (3 hours)

Venue: Online via Zoom

Early Bird Price: $128 (U.P. $158) *Only for the 1st 10 signups!*

♦ Additional Benefit for Online Masterclass: Replay access to recorded online lesson for 2 weeks ♦

Click here for more information on how we conduct our classes online

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS

1. Organizer reserves the right to change the venue and timing.
2. Organizer requires a minimum of 6 participants for class to commence.
3. Slot can only be confirmed when payment has been made on a first come first served basis.
4. All participants need a confirmation email of payment received from the organizer.
5. For online event, only one login is allowed for each confirmed signup. We will send you the zoom login details and softcopy handouts 3-5 days before the date.
6. There will be no refund 14 days prior to event.
7. If participant fails to turn up on actual day, there will be no refund or makeup.
8. In the event that the session is cancelled due to insufficient number of participants, the fees would be refunded.
9. By attending this event, I understand that my child may be photographed during the workshop for marketing purposes. I agree to allow my child’s photo, video or film likeness to be used, without compensation for communication purposes, including, but not limited to the website, social media sites and the press by the event holders.