i Magazine 2019 Edition - 3 issues (for 10 y/o+)

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Get your Gen Z child reading more and doing better in the PSLE English exam

Are you struggling to get your upper primary child to be more well-read? i magazines are specially written to get every young Gen Z student reading more and doing better in all 4 papers of the PSLE English exam.

It contains #trending topics that would interest a young reader 10 years old and above. The articles are written by former MOE teachers and will increase general knowledge of your child, which is especially important to do well in the Oral and Writing components of the PSLE exam.

Each issue also contains QR codes to videos and audio clips to excite and engage a young person in digital ways for the below:

  1. Model examples of Oral stimulus-based conversations 
  2. Listening Comprehension practice 
  3. YouTube videos to supplement content discussed in the articles

i magazine will help every reader to:

  1. Be more knowledgeable about trends in Singapore and the world
  2. Expand their vocabulary
  3. Improve in writing skills, language use and comprehension skills, listening comprehension skills, and oral communication skills

    Issue 9 -"Chomp!"

    Sashi Cheliah is the winner of MasterChef Australia 2018, and he was born and bred in Singapore. He joins a small but growing list of Asians who have won prestigious cooking competitions. Food is of great interest to many, be it to cook it or simply to consume it. 

    With the trend of keeping fit, some have put themselves on various diets ranging from vegan diets to the more carnivorous paleo diets. There is now fresh interest in organic food too, food that is touted to be more natural and healthier alternative, albeit often more expensive. On the other end of the spectrum, some scientists have begun making artificial food in an effort to help preserve limited resources, such as the lab-grown ‘beef’ burger. We cannot stop talking about food, can we?

    Issue 10 -"Media Mania" 

    YouTube did not start out thinking it would be a platform for budding celebrities, but it certainly has proven to be just that. A number of celebrities such as singers Justin Bieber and Souja Boy, and YouTube sensation PewDiePie and popular travel vlogger Nuseir Yassin (or Nas) found stardom through this media. Do YouTubers then have a responsibility towards its viewers, to be positive influencers?

    Popular media also strongly influences the culture of a society, such as the impact of Hollywood, and more recently, K-pop. Perceptions of what is beauty and what is appropriate behaviour are often dictated by such trends. Popular media certainly has a part to play in globalisation, opening up the world and minds. 

    Issue 11 - "Walking With The Wild" 

    Hedgehogs, hissing cockroaches, geckos. This is not just a list of animals, but a list of some of the exotic pets living in Singapore’s HDB flats. 

    Animals have always fascinated humans, whether we strive to care for them, dominate them, make money out of them or simply eat them. From hunting and illegal trading to parading of animals and abuse for Man’s selfish pleasure, animals, including those that should rule the jungle, seem to be at our mercy. Man’s irresponsible actions such as polluting the water and poaching may also cause more animals to face extinction. How do we strive to conserve and care for animals so that they continue to be part of our planet?

    This 2019 bundle only contains 3 issues of i magazines as the 4th issue, "Not-So-Common Holidays", is sold out.