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Oral Examinations at SHSS

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    • ENGLISH ORAL EXAMINATIONS The Do’s and Don’t’s 6 – 8 June 2011 English Language Oral Examinations (Internal) at the new Library6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 1 inputs from student participants
    • Holding Area for Candidates6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 2 inputs from student participants
    • Section of the Holding Area with a View of the Entrance to the area6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 3 inputs from student participants
    • Candidates are expected to keep quiet and be productively occupied with their own revision while waiting for6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with their turns. 4 inputs from student participants
    • Examination in progress –Making the best of thepreparation time6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 5 inputs from student participants
    • Examination in progress – Making the best of the preparation time6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 6 inputs from student participants
    • Use the preparation time productively Neat school uniform and if you need to put on another clothing to keep warm, put it on before you enter the examination room.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 7 inputs from student participants
    • Wear your school uniform to sit the oral examinations. Any other attire is inappropriate.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 8 inputs from student participants
    • Hands placed on the table. Hands placed on your laps. Sloughing forward preventsSit comfortably without having the candidate from breathingto slough forward. properly and concentration is lost easily as a result. 6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 9 inputs from student participants
    • Good getting ready and sitting posture Relaxed shoulders Hands on the table Feet placed appropriately apart on the floor supporting your upper body6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 10 inputs from student participants
    • Keep a firm footing by placing your sole wholly on the floor. Do not apply unnecessary pressure to the lower part of your body by mis-anchoring the sole of your feet.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 11 inputs from student participants
    • If you choose to place your hands on yourlaps, make sure they do not force your upper body to lurch forward, blocking the natural flow of air from your lungs.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 12 inputs from student participants
    • Maintain good focus withYour eyesBreath freely in and outOpen your mouth so thatyou can articulate andpronounce your wordsproperly. Feet placed appropriately apart on the floor supporting your upper body6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 13 inputs from student participants
    • Hand-eye- mouth co-ordination ensures that you get ready to give a good performance when reading aloud.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 14 inputs from student participants
    • Maintain good eye contactwhen speaking up duringPICTURE DISCUSSIONand CONVERSATION.You need to observe andrespond appropriately toany non-verbal cuesgiven to you by your examiner.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 15 inputs from student participants
    • When you put your hands on your laps, you tend to strike a less confident poise and your eyes tend to look downwards all6/9/2011 the time. written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 16 inputs from student participants
    • Use your hands productively because it is important to use them for eye-mouth co-ordination.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 17 inputs from student participants
    • Do not arch your shoulders thinking that you are better able to focus on your examinations this way. You are applying unnecessary pressure on your upper part of the body.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 18 inputs from student participants
    • RELAX YOUR SHOULDERS BY STRAIGHTENING YOUR BACK SO THAT YOU CAN BREATH PROPERLY IN AND OUT6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 19 inputs from student participants
    • It is important for you to give total concentration to your oral examinations. Free yourself from having to hold on to any unneeded object in your hand. Do not carry any personal notes with you during the examination.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 20 inputs from student participants
    • Do not be fidgety when the examination is in progress. This can be distracting both to you and the examiners.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 21 inputs from student participants
    • Avoid all forms ofscratching becausethey can be quitedistracting too.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 22 inputs from student participants
    • Avoid scratching your face and other similar actions.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 23 inputs from student participants
    • Always maintain a positive attitude and be cheerful when interacting with the examiners. Use hand gestures or any other non verbal cues appropriately to bring across your message.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 24 inputs from student participants
    • DO NOT PUT OR PRESSANY PART OFYOUR HAND TO YOURCHEEK.YOU NEED THE ARTICULATORSOF YOUR HEAD, NOSE ANDMOUTH TO PRODUCESOUNDS. DO NOT BLOCK OUTTHE SOUNDS.YOU WILL NEED TO BREATHPROPERLY THROUGHOUTTHE EXAMINATIONS. 6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 25 inputs from student participants
    • Put on your jacket properly before you enter the examination room. Do not carry any unworn jacket and place it on your lap. Be smart in your appearance.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 26 inputs from student participants
    • Acknowledgement A big thank you to all the students who had contributed to this set of learning photographs by posing for Kuronekosan.6/9/2011 written by Yeo Yam Hwee with 27 inputs from student participants