The articles in Readabee articles are meant to enrich my students’ understanding of the world, to provoke their imagination, and to serve as the basis for our discussions. They may also be chosen for any number of additional reasons: keen insights, novel ideas, exemplary writing, sound logical flow and so on. A few may be included simply because they are fun to read. The goal is to expose my students’ to good writing and to inspire them to think about the many issues that are already a part of your lives.
Readabee isn’t meant to be a replacement for the excellent notes that many Junior Colleges provide and it most certainly isn’t meant to be printed out and memorised the day before the GP exam (there are actually too many articles to print anyway). These articles are meant to be experienced and enjoyed; and if it helps my students improve their GP grades, all the better.
Readabee also isn’t meant to be a replacement for the personal guidance that can only be provided through in-person interaction with a qualified tutor. Not everyone needs extra lessons outside of their normal curriculum but if you do, please don’t hesitate to ask before it is too late. You can find out more about our GP classes here.
Readabee may seem like a heavy diet, but all students need to do is nibble a little a day. There is no doubt what students might achieve if they only try. The most driven of mine made it from the bottom of his school cohort to the very top in just one and a half years, then scored an A for GP in the A-Level exams. He tells me that Readabee played a vital role.