Think critically, and go BEYOND BOUNDARIES.
Endorsed and used in more than 50 Schools
iThink symbolises the magazine’s focus on critical thinking by adopting the thematic model.
The content of this educational magazine for teens in Singapore is created bearing in mind the current MOE syllabus objectives and exam requirements while maintaining the quality and concept of an interesting non-academic teen magazine.
Each issue comprises model essays, situational writing pieces, listening, oral and comprehension texts. Each article/section is also accompanied by notes; the comprehension sections also include comprehension questions, crafted carefully to closely follow the ‘O’ level format and standard of questions.
The issue also includes student essays. These include both Model student essays and Tweak student essays, the latter being essays that require some improvement. You will find the editor’s comments on the essays, highlighting their merits and areas of improvement. For tweak essays, we even follow up with modified essays to show readers the improvements made. Seeing the essays written by their peers serves as a motivation for our student readers.
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