• UFO near Singapore on May 2009

    http://www.examiner.com/x-4872-Pittsburgh-Paranormal-Examiner From the TV 5 newscast on May 18th. I cannot find a follow up report...

    published: 20 Jun 2009
  • Victoria School students performed well in the 2011 GCE O Level Exams

    SINGAPORE: It was a day of anticipation and relief for students who sat for the GCE O-Level examinations last year as they collected their result slips on Monday afternoon. A total of 36,955 school candidates sat for the examination. 95.3 per cent achieved three or more passes, while 81.9 per cent got five or more GCE O-Level passes. Amongst them are some special performers who have overcome physical disabilities and other challenges. Diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy since he was four months old, Shalom Lim has very limited upper body movement. That did not stop him from scoring two A1s and three A2s at the O-Levels. The Victoria School student said he could not have done it without support from his school and the Presiding Examiner. "He was there all ...

    published: 07 Sep 2012
  • SG Election Results | AU Examiner

    In order: Nate Bronstein, SG President-Elect Maia Tagami, SG Vice President-Elect Andy MacCracken, SG President Shot and edited by Jordan Coughenour. AUExaminer.com

    published: 25 Mar 2010
  • Paul Harris Presents Examiner (Gimmicks & DVD) by John Graham - www.MagicCastle.com.sg

    Get it here at http://www.MagicCastle.com.sg. 150 Orchard Road, #04-35, Orchard Plaza, Singapore 238841

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • O-level English Exam Advice

    O-level English exam advice from Secondary Teachers, British Council, Singapore. Check out English for School courses here: http://www.britishcouncil.org.sg/EnglishForSchool

    published: 26 Aug 2010
  • IT Examiner Daily Bulletin 27th August 2008

    IT Examiner Daily Bulletin 27th August 2008

    published: 27 Aug 2008
  • ATR 72-600 Flight Simulator Singapore Airshow 2014 - HD

    HD video of Captain Herve Barthe, Deputy Head of Training and EASA Flight Instructor/Examiner at ATR's Singapore Training Centre, demonstrating an ATR 72-600 flight on their Singapore-based CAE simulator. In this quick video you will experience what it is like to take off and land at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, and also discover what happens if an engine dies as well as what that means to the aircraft. Captain Herve's co-pilot for this flight is Passapong Jirawattanasak - Deputy Manager Regional & International, Corporate Communications Department of Bangkok Airways. The Thai airlines signed an order for 6 ATR 72-600s at the Singapore Airshow, they will replace the older ATR 72-500s that Bangkok Airways is using. The flight simulator you can see in this video is the CAE 7000 Series. Mu...

    published: 16 Feb 2014
  • IELTS Speaking test Band 8 - Vu Thuy Dung (8.0 IELTS - 8.0 Speaking)[gln.edu.vn]

    IELTS Speaking Test (sample) Note: This is a sample IELTS Test speaking, and not a real test. Examiner: Mr. Scott (GLN Academic Manager) Candidate: Vũ Thùy Dung (8.0 IELTS: Listening 9.0 - Reading 8.0 - Writing 7.0 - Speaking 8.0) - Bảng điểm của Thùy Dung/Ms. Dung's IELTS Test report: http://gln.edu.vn/article/c235/bang-vang-gln - Bí quyết luyện thi IELTS của Thùy Dung: http://gln.edu.vn/article_d/c174-1339/vu-thuy-dung-80-ielts-dung-ngan-ngai-dat-cho-minh-muc-tieu-cao-hon Thông tin về các khóa học tại GLN, vui lòng truy cập: http://gln.edu.vn

    published: 09 Oct 2012
  • In Those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher

    This mini documentary follows Teo Ching Ching (RAD Examiner) and provides a glimpse of a day in the life of a ballet teacher. Being in the arts and media industry, i've always been curious to learn more about the various art forms and that is how i came across Palais Dance Studio. Established in 1989, this ballet school in Singapore has nurtured a number of young dance artistes & educators. I met with Miss Teo, Vice-Principal of the school, and whilst talking to her, i learnt a lot about her passion for dance and love for spreading her knowledge. 'In those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher' features a class of RAD Grade 2 students, some of whom Miss Teo has taught since they were 4 years old. Conceptualised & Produced by Nur Hasinah, student at Singapore Polytechnic's Diploma in C...

    published: 08 Feb 2015
  • How to Achieve Oral Exam Success for Singapore Primary School

    http://LeoMagan.com Our speech language therapist presents several tips to help primary school students to be more successful in their oral English examinations, especially for the upper primary students. The biggest change in the oral examination format is the picture discussion section which had been replaced by graphic stimulus. Graphic stimulus is something visual which could be in the form of a poster, a flyer about an exhibition or an advertisement. It is something with pictures, visual information and words for the child to read. Subsequently, the examiner will ask questions and have a conversation with the child such as 'what do you think...?' For example, if the poster is about pets, the examiner may ask the child about his or her pet. The number one thing for the child to re...

    published: 08 Apr 2014
UFO near Singapore on May 2009

UFO near Singapore on May 2009

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2009
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http://www.examiner.com/x-4872-Pittsburgh-Paranormal-Examiner From the TV 5 newscast on May 18th. I cannot find a follow up report...
https://wn.com/Ufo_Near_Singapore_On_May_2009
Victoria School students performed well in the 2011 GCE O Level Exams

Victoria School students performed well in the 2011 GCE O Level Exams

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  • Updated: 07 Sep 2012
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SINGAPORE: It was a day of anticipation and relief for students who sat for the GCE O-Level examinations last year as they collected their result slips on Monday afternoon. A total of 36,955 school candidates sat for the examination. 95.3 per cent achieved three or more passes, while 81.9 per cent got five or more GCE O-Level passes. Amongst them are some special performers who have overcome physical disabilities and other challenges. Diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy since he was four months old, Shalom Lim has very limited upper body movement. That did not stop him from scoring two A1s and three A2s at the O-Levels. The Victoria School student said he could not have done it without support from his school and the Presiding Examiner. "He was there all the time, and he helped me a lot by placing my hand on the table. Because of my weakness, I was unable to do it myself, but he was always there to help me, and make sure I was comfortable before I started the paper. I am very thankful for that," said Shalom. Shalom told Channel NewsAsia he is applying for a business course at a local polytechnic. Success did not come easy for Victoria School's top student either. Jervis Ong lost his father and grandfather in 2010, so the ASEAN Scholar had to go home to Malaysia for a few months during the school term. Jervis said: "After I came back, I missed out a lot of lessons and I actually have to thank many teachers who stayed after their work time, their normal school time to help me, especially in subjects I was weaker in." Putting in the extra miles himself, Jervis scored 10 A1s.
https://wn.com/Victoria_School_Students_Performed_Well_In_The_2011_Gce_O_Level_Exams
SG Election Results | AU Examiner

SG Election Results | AU Examiner

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  • Duration: 1:39
  • Updated: 25 Mar 2010
  • views: 429
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In order: Nate Bronstein, SG President-Elect Maia Tagami, SG Vice President-Elect Andy MacCracken, SG President Shot and edited by Jordan Coughenour. AUExaminer.com
https://wn.com/Sg_Election_Results_|_Au_Examiner
Paul Harris Presents Examiner (Gimmicks & DVD) by John Graham - www.MagicCastle.com.sg

Paul Harris Presents Examiner (Gimmicks & DVD) by John Graham - www.MagicCastle.com.sg

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  • Duration: 4:04
  • Updated: 23 Jul 2015
  • views: 122
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Get it here at http://www.MagicCastle.com.sg. 150 Orchard Road, #04-35, Orchard Plaza, Singapore 238841
https://wn.com/Paul_Harris_Presents_Examiner_(Gimmicks_Dvd)_By_John_Graham_Www.Magiccastle.Com.Sg
O-level English Exam Advice

O-level English Exam Advice

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  • Updated: 26 Aug 2010
  • views: 47607
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O-level English exam advice from Secondary Teachers, British Council, Singapore. Check out English for School courses here: http://www.britishcouncil.org.sg/EnglishForSchool
https://wn.com/O_Level_English_Exam_Advice
IT Examiner Daily Bulletin 27th August 2008

IT Examiner Daily Bulletin 27th August 2008

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  • Duration: 1:27
  • Updated: 27 Aug 2008
  • views: 34
videos https://wn.com/It_Examiner_Daily_Bulletin_27Th_August_2008
ATR 72-600 Flight Simulator Singapore Airshow 2014 - HD

ATR 72-600 Flight Simulator Singapore Airshow 2014 - HD

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  • Duration: 11:11
  • Updated: 16 Feb 2014
  • views: 52925
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HD video of Captain Herve Barthe, Deputy Head of Training and EASA Flight Instructor/Examiner at ATR's Singapore Training Centre, demonstrating an ATR 72-600 flight on their Singapore-based CAE simulator. In this quick video you will experience what it is like to take off and land at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, and also discover what happens if an engine dies as well as what that means to the aircraft. Captain Herve's co-pilot for this flight is Passapong Jirawattanasak - Deputy Manager Regional & International, Corporate Communications Department of Bangkok Airways. The Thai airlines signed an order for 6 ATR 72-600s at the Singapore Airshow, they will replace the older ATR 72-500s that Bangkok Airways is using. The flight simulator you can see in this video is the CAE 7000 Series. Much more from the Singapore Airshow 2014 in our YouTube Channel and the website: http://www.asiatraveltips.com
https://wn.com/Atr_72_600_Flight_Simulator_Singapore_Airshow_2014_Hd
IELTS Speaking test Band 8 - Vu Thuy Dung (8.0 IELTS - 8.0 Speaking)[gln.edu.vn]

IELTS Speaking test Band 8 - Vu Thuy Dung (8.0 IELTS - 8.0 Speaking)[gln.edu.vn]

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  • Duration: 11:33
  • Updated: 09 Oct 2012
  • views: 883165
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IELTS Speaking Test (sample) Note: This is a sample IELTS Test speaking, and not a real test. Examiner: Mr. Scott (GLN Academic Manager) Candidate: Vũ Thùy Dung (8.0 IELTS: Listening 9.0 - Reading 8.0 - Writing 7.0 - Speaking 8.0) - Bảng điểm của Thùy Dung/Ms. Dung's IELTS Test report: http://gln.edu.vn/article/c235/bang-vang-gln - Bí quyết luyện thi IELTS của Thùy Dung: http://gln.edu.vn/article_d/c174-1339/vu-thuy-dung-80-ielts-dung-ngan-ngai-dat-cho-minh-muc-tieu-cao-hon Thông tin về các khóa học tại GLN, vui lòng truy cập: http://gln.edu.vn
https://wn.com/Ielts_Speaking_Test_Band_8_Vu_Thuy_Dung_(8.0_Ielts_8.0_Speaking)_Gln.Edu.Vn
In Those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher

In Those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher

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  • Duration: 2:23
  • Updated: 08 Feb 2015
  • views: 3262
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This mini documentary follows Teo Ching Ching (RAD Examiner) and provides a glimpse of a day in the life of a ballet teacher. Being in the arts and media industry, i've always been curious to learn more about the various art forms and that is how i came across Palais Dance Studio. Established in 1989, this ballet school in Singapore has nurtured a number of young dance artistes & educators. I met with Miss Teo, Vice-Principal of the school, and whilst talking to her, i learnt a lot about her passion for dance and love for spreading her knowledge. 'In those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher' features a class of RAD Grade 2 students, some of whom Miss Teo has taught since they were 4 years old. Conceptualised & Produced by Nur Hasinah, student at Singapore Polytechnic's Diploma in Creative Writing for TV and New Media.
https://wn.com/In_Those_Shoes_Moments_With_A_Ballet_Teacher
How to Achieve Oral Exam Success for Singapore Primary School

How to Achieve Oral Exam Success for Singapore Primary School

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  • Updated: 08 Apr 2014
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http://LeoMagan.com Our speech language therapist presents several tips to help primary school students to be more successful in their oral English examinations, especially for the upper primary students. The biggest change in the oral examination format is the picture discussion section which had been replaced by graphic stimulus. Graphic stimulus is something visual which could be in the form of a poster, a flyer about an exhibition or an advertisement. It is something with pictures, visual information and words for the child to read. Subsequently, the examiner will ask questions and have a conversation with the child such as 'what do you think...?' For example, if the poster is about pets, the examiner may ask the child about his or her pet. The number one thing for the child to remember is to listen to the examiner. For example, if a child wanted a transformer toy, it does not matter if there is another toy like a Barbie doll that is very nice, fancy and expensive because the child does not want it. This is similar for the child to listen to the examiner as it does not matter big the child's vocabulary is, how long his or her sentences are, or how articulate the child can be. If the child gives an answer that does not correspond to the question, the examiner does not want to know. This is very important, thus it is number one that the child should remember to listen to the question and respond. Number two is a useful tip for the child to try and use words from the question. For example, the examiner is asking 'what are the advantages and the disadvantages...?', the child may want to use the same words so that it helps them to remember to answer according to the question. The third tip is for the child to remember to use complete sentences. Sometimes, some children may be the type that only give one word answers such as 'Yes' or 'No'. They will need to learn to use more of longer and interesting sentences to convey their ideas. There are also some children who are completely opposite. They are the type that when they hear something, they go on and they start to have 'rambling' sentences such that one sentence leads to another sentence with no full stop. It is easy for them to get carried away and talk about something else which is not related to the question. The three main tips are 1) listen to the question, 2) try to use words from the question, 3) use complete grammatical sentences. Now that parents are more aware of what is the format of the exam, it is good for them to start by modeling and showing the child how to talk about similar graphic stimulus such as flyers or notices on notice board downstairs. It is good to show the child how you can make comments about it. Essentially, the exam format is about how the child is able to read something, show that they understand the information and are able to express their opinion about it, these are what parents can model. Parents can show the child a range of ideas, not just one for certain things. For example, 'I think this is a good idea, but some other people may not think that it is a good idea', to give the child some idea of the range of words and opinions they may like to express. Parents can also think of words we frequently use in questions, such as 'benefits', 'advantages' or 'disadvantages'. If the child does not even understand the meaning of these words, it is going to be hard for them to respond to the question. Using a range of words is also encouraged, for example 'how often do you have or family activity' or 'how often...', you will need certain words to answer to such question. The child can use words like 'very often', 'everyday', 'not very often', 'once in awhile', 'sometimes' and 'occasionally'. There are certain kind of words that go with certain kind of questions. The more you take the opportunity to discuss this kind of situations as they come up, the more often the child gets to hear them. It is better to do it in a casual or positive way rather than making it like a drill or interrogations, bombarding the child with questions. These are the things that parents can do. Visit our blog: http://LeoMagan.com/Blog/ to find out what we do and how you can engage our therapist in helping your child to learn. Have fun and bond with your child in this learning process. Do you like this video? Tell us about your experience and share what else you would like to know.
https://wn.com/How_To_Achieve_Oral_Exam_Success_For_Singapore_Primary_School