Higher Order Thinking Questions in Science
- Enhance your ability to analyze and evaluate information in the given questions
- Develop skills in critical thinking and logical reasoning to tackle complex, open-ended questions.
- Learn how to apply your scientific understanding to real-world situations and make informed decisions.
- Practice constructing well-supported arguments and defending your ideas by using the right keywords.
- The course follows Primary 6 science Moe curriculum.
- In this course, students will tackle High Order Thinking Questions in Science, specifically focused on the topics of Plant Systems, and animal Systems, Matter, Adaptation, Force, Electrical Systems, and Energy.
- Through thought-provoking questions and real-life examples, students will strengthen their analytical and reasoning skills, preparing them to excel in Science examinations. Our experienced teachers will guide students in exploring these topics, fostering a deep understanding of scientific concepts and encouraging advanced problem-solving abilities.
- The course will include interactive lessons, activities, and exercises designed to help students learn and practice the application of the right keywords and key concepts needed to analyze, evaluate and justify the given information.
Who is this Course for?
- Students who want to practice constructing well-supported explanations and defending their ideas effectively.
- Students who want to improve their problem-solving skills.
- Students who want to increase their confidence in their ability to analyze and evaluate information.
- Students who want to sharpen their scientific thinking abilities and excel in Science.
- Students who are eager to tackle challenging questions, develop critical analysis skills, and apply higher-order thinking to scientific concepts.
- Students who want to answer Open-ended questions with confidence.
What you will Learn?
Secret to scoring well
Reasons why students don’t score full marks for their answers
Sample questions explained in detail with colourful diagrams
Quizzes for each and every chapter with clear and detailed solutions
Learn a step-by-step process for tackling questions
Answering Higher order thinking questions on Plant Systems
Answering Higher order thinking questions on animal/ human Systems
Answering Higher order thinking questions on Force
Answering Higher order thinking questions on Electrical Systems
Answering Higher order thinking questions on Energy
Answering Higher order thinking questions on Man and his environment.
Answering Higher order thinking questions on Adaptations
- Strengthen critical thinking and problem-solving skills in the context of science.
- Develop a deep understanding of key scientific concepts related to Systems, Force, Adaptation, Matter, Cell structure, Plants, Environment, and Energy.
- Apply higher-order thinking to analyze, evaluate, and explain scientific phenomena.
- Enhance scientific reasoning abilities through engaging questions and real-life examples.
- Prepare for PSLE Science examinations by tackling challenging high-order thinking questions.
Why Learn from doerdo Tuition Course?
- Experienced ex-MOE teachers specialized in PSLE Science education.
- Parents can easily track student performance and progress.
- After-class support for doubt resolution and additional guidance.
- A.I. based tests and homework assignments for comprehensive practice.
- Engaging and interactive learning materials to enhance the learning experience.
|Plant Systems – Develop critical thinking by exploring plant systems and their functions through questions.
|Air and Respiratory Systems – Foster advanced thinking skills by examining respiratory systems and air-related concepts.
|Force – Apply complex reasoning and calculations to answer high-order thinking questions on force.
|Electrical Systems – Stimulate critical thinking and concept application through questions on electrical systems.
|Energy – Encourage analysis and evaluation of energy-related scenarios through thought-provoking questions.
|Adaptation – Scientifically and logically relate to different adaptations by different organisms in their habitat.
|Web of life – According to the habitat, community, population and organisms critically analyse and relate characteristics and interference in food chain and food web of different organisms
|Man and his environment – Understand and correlate man’s impact and interactions with his environment.
|Hereditary and Life cycles – Apply critical thinking and analysis in understanding the importance of life cycle and heredity in sustaining all life forms.