“ i ” … Bold. Confident. Ready.
What do you get when you blend English language learning with five cups of entertainment, ten tablespoons of confidence boosters, ten tablespoons of fun and a dash of mischief?
The result is the “ i ” – an enrichment magazine in Singapore that stands out boldly from the others.
If you have learners who have little interest in the English language, see no reason why they should mind their commas, who cannot seem to get past the first page of anything they read or if you simply want to provide an exciting reading experience for your students, just let them read “ i ” . After all, “ i ” , as the name suggests, is all about the learner. “ i ” is an upbeat read that features articles and comic strips of various sub-themes such as Chow Down (food), Line of Work (career), Sports & Games and Dance, Music & Drama, among others.
The texts of this enrichment magazine in Singapore closely follow the standard and format of texts outlined in the MOE English Language syllabuses. There is also a section on language games, where students can have fun with crossword puzzles, word search and anagrams, just to name a few. To help students understand and manage their emotions better, we have a regular section, Growing Pains. Articles in this section deal with anything from life hacks of becoming a confident person to managing anger and stress in a smarter manner. “ i ” also contains a generous sprinkle of spicy info bites (Now You Know), tickling brainteasers (Tease Your Brain), YouTube videos, SEL questions and word bank.
Get your students to read “ i ” , the perfect feast for the mind. Boost their confidence and knowledge at the same time – never doubt!
• Boost your confidence
• Increase your knowledge
• Be entertained and inspired
• Become more mature in handling anger and stress
• Improve and be interested in English
i Magazine contains plenty of model compositions as well as tips, and trains your child to:
- Expand vocabulary
- Develop richer language
- Improve writing ability
- Get stronger in reading comprehension
- Converse and enunciate better for the oral component
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