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Johor State English Language Conference 2018

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10 – 12 April 2018 M Suites Hotel Johor Bahru “Enhancing English Language Teaching And Learning In Rapidly Changing Times” Alhamdulillah, I conducted my workshop “I’m Game! : Engaging 21st Century Teachers and Learners” successfully. This was my second time presenting for this conference where I presented at the 2nd Johor English Language Conference back […]


Johor Bahru English Language Debate Competition 2018

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      This year is the first time we’re sending a team to participate in the district level English Language debate competition. To me, our main objective is to give exposure to students as well as boost their self-esteem in debating and voicing their viewpoints. I always believe we need to provide platform for […]


Exemplary Teacher Award 2017

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I was shocked yet grateful to receive the Exemplary Teacher award this year. Honestly, it came as a surprise as I believe all of the teachers are excellent and have carried out their work effectively. Nonetheless, I perceive this is as a motivation to keep on learning and improve my teaching skills. It’s so challenging […]


Ohayou Osaka!

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SPM Writing Workshop at SMK Dato’ Penggawa Barat

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Yesterday, I successfully conducted SPM English Language Writing Workshop at SMK Dato’ Penggawa Barat, a high performing school in Pontian, my hometown. I was elated to be here as this is the first school that I was posted to in 2001, hence the sentimental value. Back then, the school is categorised as Smart School where […]