2017 SOT Literature Class Enrolment
Mastering Unseen Poetry

The School of Thought ‘A’ Level Literature Programme aims to improve students’ mastery of unseen poetry. We seek to help students develop a more mature understanding of poetry and strengthen their analytical skills so that they might gain confidence and sensitivity in their interpretation of poems.

Open to first-year H1 (8811) & H2 (9748) students, our targeted tutorial program equips students with the necessary tools and understanding to meet their Paper 1 requirements.

Regular practice sessions are designed to provide opportunities for students to apply what they have learned, test out their own interpretations as well as explore different perspectives, which are essential experiences for deepening their understanding of poetry.

Students are encouraged to participate actively in all class discussions to increase their appreciation of and sensitivity towards then nuances in poetry as well as to gain confidence in supporting their own interpretations.

*Classes for specific H1 & H2 texts are available upon request and subject to enrolment numbers.

Class: Saturdays, 12 pm to 2 pm

Fees for 2017 JC 1 Literature programme by Ms Baey Shi Chen
$600+GST for two months
(Plus $15+GST for materials and $15+GST for registration fee)

(*Terms and conditions apply. There will be no refunds for missed lessons. Minimum 8 pax to start the class)


School Of Thought also offers Financial Aid under our Financial Aid Scheme for households with a gross monthly income of less than $6000/less than $1000. Should you need any Financial Assistance, please drop us an email at jcdept@school-of-thought.com after you have submitted your online registration.

School of Thought Financial Aid Scheme (SOTFAS) was set up in 2002 to ensure that needy students are given on equal opportunity to study at SOT because we believe that no student should be denied on education at SOT because of financial constraints. It is a uniquely in-house funded scheme that provides for those who truly need it, and on the basis of an understanding of the social ideal of serial reciprocity, or paying it forward.

Should you have any clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us at 63348773 or approach us at our office at 112 Middle Road, Level 8!

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