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English & Literature

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Head of Department

Mr Tan Yew Hock

Subject Head/Level Head

Ms Ho Huay Yee Freida

Department Members

English Language Teachers
Ms Nurulasyikin Bte Md Yunan (ST English Language and Secondary 4 Coordinator)
Mdm Nur Syafiqah Binte Saini (Secondary 1 Coordinator)
Ms Tan Ai Fen (Secondary 2 Coordinator)
Mrs Zarina Bte Mohamed Zakaria Seth (Secondary 3 Coordinator)     
Ms Tan Yok Siew
Ms Nur Iznina Binte Zainudin
Mr Phoon Zhi Jian Isaac 
Ms Zhang Lingjia Mabel         
Ms Constance Cheong Hwee Shann                                                 
Mr Roy Cher Liew Chun     
 
Literature Teachers
Ms Chia Hui Jun Geraldine (Literature Coordinator)  
Ms Tan Ai Fen                 
 Mr Ho Ren An                                       

Overview

The English and Literature department believes in strengthening the language education of students by nurturing in them a deep understanding of language and literacy, the value of critical reading and effecting writing, and the richness of literature. We seek to foster knowledge of current affairs and develop a love of literature and of language in our students. To this end, we will provide students with a rich and dynamic curriculum which can engage them and develop them to be confident and skilled communicators.

Programmes

Dream Big Project

Through this four-month programme, all Secondary 1 students have the opportunity to work in groups to perform a skit. Under the tutelage of their EL teachers, they write their own script and put into practice public speaking skills by presenting their skit to their classmates.

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Debates

As part of the Secondary 3 EL programme, the students learn how to speak in front of an
audience and carry out a formal debate. They learn the techniques to speak to an audience
persuasively and confidently as they develop critical thinking discussing points regarding
various global and local issues.

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