Get your Instagrammer teenager reading more and doing better for the O-Level English exam
iThink magazines are specially written with #trending topics in order to get your teenager to spend less time surfing the internet and more time reading enriching content that will help them for the O-Level English language exam.
Every issue of iThink magazine has been written to help your teenager do well in all 4 papers of the GCE "O" Level English exam by covering #trending topics they care about and will want to read, discussed using the below 6 essay formats:
- Argumentative Essay
- Descriptive Essay
- Expository Essay
- Hybrid Essay
- Narrative Essay
- Personal Recount Essay
Each issue also contains QR codes to YouTube videos and audio clips to engage a young reader in digital ways.
iThink magazine is written by a team of highly qualified former MOE teachers and also includes worksheets and even oral and listening comprehension exercises to help students do better in all 4 papers of their English exams.
iThink magazine was nominated Best Education Title by Singapore Book Awards in 2018. iThink will help your child to:
- Master the 6 essay formats
- Develop critical thinking, writing, reading, listening, and oral skills
- Increase general knowledge especially for Paper 1 (Writing) and Paper 4 (Oral)
Issue 28 - "Go Eco"
From thrifting to veganism, efforts at sustainable living have taken the world by storm. This issue explores such efforts as the ban on plastic straws and the growing trend of BYO (bring-your-own). Zero-waste aficionado Lauren Singer can fit her one year's worth of trash into one mason jar. What can we do to live more sustainably?
Issue 29- "On The Move"
From recent developments (drones, private hire car services) to old modes of transport that have been given a new lease of life (bike sharing, e-scooters), the world of transportation technology is ever evolving. However, there is a less-rosy side to transport - public transport disruptions, airline accidents and overbooked flights. Are new transport alternatives making our lives better?
Double issue 30/31-"The Write Issue" (Exam special)
The Write Issue is a bumper issue, also known as the exam issue. Inside is a treasure trove of original essays (of different genres) and comprehension texts, paired with detailed notes and exam-styled worksheets, and peppered with thoughtful illustrations.
A range of topics will be covered, with an explicit focus on skills to ace the Paper 1 and Paper 2 components of the GCE O-Level English Language examinations. We also share tips and common errors.
Issue 32- "Health Matters"
Is abortion murder? Is it acceptable to end the life of a loved one if it means putting an end to his suffering? Can AI replace doctors? The healthcare industry has no dearth of such controversies and dilemmas. We go on a mission to find out how to make the best decisions on health for ourselves and others.