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English Literature Component Form 1: Fair’s Fair

No Comments// Posted in e-classroom, english, english literature, exam, fair's fair, guru cemerlang, learning, literature, m learning, module, novel, reflection, teaching, writing by on 08.06.17.

After completing my book chapter on MOOCs for teacher professional development in Malaysia, I’ve finally got around designing another online learning resource for my students. This time, I’ve developed a ThingLink resource on Fair’s Fair, a novel written by Narinder Dhami. Fair’s Fair is a novel in the Form 1’s English Literature Component where it […]

WRITE IT RIGHT: How to improve your vocabulary

No Comments// Posted in english, learning, module, writing by on 08.16.14.

One of the main concerns when it comes to writing is vocabulary. The lack of vocabulary may impede one’s flow of thoughts and the ideas may not be able to be articulated well due to the aforementioned issue. I would like to share some visual aids on vocabulary (I like to call them vocab vitamins) […]

Of Debate & E-Lab

No Comments// Posted in debate, e-lab, module, writing by on 04.10.11.

Due to hectic schedule, I was on writing hiatus but I finally manage to update this blog of mine. Some of the updates are not really that up-to-date but well, something is better than nothing, no? Two weeks ago, I was the Chief Adjudicator of  the quarter-final round of the Parliamentary English Language debate of […]

Taking a breather

No Comments// Posted in e-classroom, module, talk by on 03.15.10.

Things I did for the past one week: *Documentation & execution of MY LIT PROJECT, my latest action research project (pheww!)*Gave a talk to the Form 5 students at SM Teknik Johor Bahru, Johor  (I had a great time, such an attentive crowd )*Formed the committee members for the School Website Contest – english version […]

English Literature books

5 Comments// Posted in book, literature, module by on 10.30.09.

I’ve got hold of these books yesterday and I’m still in the midst of reading the F4 & F5 poems, short stories and drama. I’ve only read through the poems as I was swarmed with tons of works, pending and waiting to be executed. (operational work plan, students’ essays, ICELT, 2010’s allocation of classes…the list […]