Verbal Reasoning 11+ Plus Tuition for Children in Year 4 & 5
In this ongoing course by a highly qualified and experienced UK teacher, Year 4 and 5 children (age 8-10) will cover Verbal Reasoning topics that appear on a variety of UK secondary school entrance examination papers.
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This course is designed for Year 4 & 5 learners planning to sit secondary school entrance examinations. It will focus on the Verbal Reasoning part of the exams. Learners will be prepared for a variety of test types, both in terms of knowledge and exam technique. The course will cover the content for both the CEM and GL 11+ tests, as well as entrance exams for independent schools. My aim is to equip the learners with the Verbal Reasoning skills they need to achieve success, not only in...
Learners will consolidate, develop and extend their learning across the key areas of Verbal Reasoning: The Alphabet, Making Words, Word Meanings, Sequences, Logic and Coding. They will be equipped with the Verbal Reasoning skills needed for secondary school entrance exams such as the 11+ Plus.
There will be optional extra work given every week to practise the skills learnt that week at home.
Learners will be given worksheets to print out and bring to each class. They should also have a good selection of writing equipment. It would be useful for learners to have a small notebook to keep a dictionary of new and interesting words that they come across during the course.
Oral feedback will be provided to the learners throughout each class.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Hi! My name is Helen and I am a qualified primary school teacher based in the UK. I have 2 small children so am taking a break from a full time teaching job after a 15 year career in British schools. After graduating from Oxford University with...