Thursday, 13 December 2012

LET'S TRY..

HOW MUCH - HOW MANY

1.  lemonade have we got? We’ve got only one bottle.

2.  bottles are there? Three.

3.  meat is there? We have got two steaks.

4.  bananas have we got? We haven’t got any.

5.  sugar have we got? Enough.

6.  bread have we got? Some.

7.  pens are in your bag? Six.

8.  money have we got? We haven’t got a lot.

9.  bikes are there in the garden? Two.

10.  children have they got? Two girls and a boy.

11.  milk have we got? About one and a half litres.

12.  steaks have we got? We’ve got eight steaks.
QUESTION WORDS

Fill in the correct question word.

1.  sits next to Frank? Clara.

2.  does the boy come from? He's from Newcastle.

3.  old are her children? They are seven and ten.

4.  is Peter's birthday? In April, I think.

5.  much is the shirt? It's twenty pounds.

6.  is best at playing tennis? It's Bob.

7.  are you going? I’m going to my friends.

8.  is an orange juice? It's fifty pence.

9.  does the restaurant open? It opens at six o' clock.

10.  can I get some ice cream? You can get some at the snack bar.

11.  are you going to order? Fish and chips.

12.  are you going to do on Saturday? I don't know.

13.  has got my pullover? I have got it.

14.  is your name? Carol.

15.  is Susan's party? It's on Friday.

EXERCISES

PRESENT TENSE - QUESTIONS

Form the questions.

Example: I am hungry. - Are you hungry?

1. Peter goes to the party.
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2. His schoolbag is brown.
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3. Mary can ski.
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4. I meet my friends.
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5. The teacher hands out the books.
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6. Pat is a clever boy.
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7. The monkey takes the banana.
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8. Tony is hungry.
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9. Tim goes to school.
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10. They are at Sarah's party.
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11. You like apples.
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12. Winter begins in December.
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13. They are at home.
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14. Tom can play football.
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15. His mother speaks Spanish.
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AKTIVITI MURID-MURIDKU DI SEKOLAH..

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

PROGRAM TELL PAHANG

SALAM SEJAHTERA.UNTUK PENGETAHUAN RAKAN DI SINI  SAYA PAPARKAN SEDIKIT MAKLUMAT TENTANG PROGRAM TELL YANG SAYA IKUTI DI SEKOLAH.,


THE TELL PROGRAMME
The Teaching English Language and Literacy (TELL) programme is a 3 year contract (2010-2013), on behalf of the Ministry of Education, to improve English through in-service teacher training with 120 English Language Mentors in 40 clusters of primary schools for about 2,400 Malaysian lower primary English teachers across 600 schools in 6 states: Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor. The project impacts 300,000 to 400,000 Malaysian primary children who the Malaysian Teacher Participants (MTPs) teach per year. Working closely with the Ministry of Education, Teacher Education Institutes, State, District and school officers, in teams of three mentors per cluster, mentors contribute valuable knowledge of the school system showcasing the best in international English language teaching methodologies.

ORGANIZATION
Each state is divided into districts with each district receiving three mentors to support and improve the English language teaching in their region. Mentors work with about twenty five Mentees from five schools within their perspective district. Mentee participants include year 1 up to year 3 teachers with varying backgrounds: non-optionist, optionist, and degree holders.

OBJECTIVES
This programme is to help the primary school teachers to improve their English teaching methods and proficiency. There are two main inputs. Firstly, there are Teacher Professional Development workshops after school which are practical activity based sessions directly related to teaching the new KSSR syllabus for Year 1 and 2, and the KBSR for Year 3 students. Secondly, there are daily visits to the participating teachers in their schools involving co-teaching and individual coaching.
Mentors will assess, measure, monitor, evaluate and report on the intended outcomes. This enables better English teaching methodology providing meaningful and enjoyable English learning activities for lower primary students as well as greater proficiency and confidence in using English for the teachers. Other benefits include a range of quality educational materials and resources jointly created by mentors and teachers, more use of English both in and out of class, and a more positive attitude to English.  Tell Mentors  will also assist the school leadership in implementing policies, programmes and other special projects to improve English in schools.

Monday, 10 December 2012

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