March Holiday GP Workshops
Arguments are central to the General Paper subject. Every component of the GP examination requires students to understand, develop and evaluate arguments.
Unfortunately, many students struggle because they lack the tools to deconstruct and construct arguments. Poor grades are often the result of the inability to do something as fundamental as distinguish between a premise and a conclusion.
This March holidays, My Mustard Seed will be conducting a series of workshops for GP students. Students will learn how to identify different components of an argument and distinguish between different types of arguments. They will also learn how to evaluate arguments systematically and point out their flaws. Finally, students will put what they have learnt into practise with intense drills for summary and the Application Question.
The workshops are conducted by Mr Liau, a former debate coach and journalist who has consistently helped students obtain an average improvement of three grades in General Paper over the past few years.
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