Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Form One - Invitations

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iii.  Ayam Cocoh

Since this is a new skill being taught to form 1 students who are being thrown into the deep end into this KSSM syllabus, it is best that teachers do something before their young charges hopelessly drown at their first attempt in the secondary school pool.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Ways with Poem

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Many teachers shy away from teaching poems to their students especially when the teacher is required to produce original poems of their own either as an additional exercise to the one that is already available in the text book or to be used in the teaching of specific elements related to poems, like rhyming schemes for example.

Monday, June 6, 2016

Trying Their Best

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As far as the 21st Century teaching and learning is concerned, there are still a considerable number of  constraints faced by many teachers, if not their schools, in implementing this idea, especially when it comes to classroom setting.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Speaking Activities - OPS English Form 2

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Using games to get students to speak provides a less intimidating environment for them to practise speaking, especially amongst students who feel that they are not up to par with their counterparts in the classroom.  Games is also a way to get all students (well, almost) to participate.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Speaking Activity - OPS English

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I have always loved using songs to teach English Language, but there is always the matter of choosing a song (or songs) that are suitable for my students.  Suitable in this case means that the songs are current enough that they themselves love the songs (which means I would have to pretend liking my students' songs even though they are different from the songs that I like!)  the lyrics of the songs are easy enough (without too many difficult words) and that the songs are not loud, that is with only a few musical instruments, preferably strings.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Writing for LEP Students

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Whenever we talk about getting students to produce work in English, we can expect them to (sadly) hand in incomplete pieces of work, if we are lucky.  However, if we are unlucky, students may simply hand in empty exercise books, or choose not to hand in anything at all.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Speaking Activities - OPS English

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I have had many situations where students refuse to speak even when the activities that have been designed for them were supposed to get them to speak.  We often realize that the reasons for this would be the lack of confidence amongst them.
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