Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Rengit Coffee @ Batu Pahat

the counter..
take a closer look to their chairs.. unique & comfortable

cik pa, cik lut and me..=)

for pocket savers..
choose your meal according to what day is today

choices of drinks
recommended by Nalin (Congkueih's younger sister) - peppermint milkshakeS

my meal - RM8.50
taste - 4.5/5 MARVELLOUS!

today is Tuesday.. so,I choose Tuesday's set menu
which they served laksa+coffee/tea and
ice cream (chocolate/peppermint/yam/vanilla/strawberry)

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

english usage in T&L process@school

i totally DO NOT agree with the implementation of English usage in teaching & learning process at school, especially for science and maths in primary school.

YES! it can be implements but not now.. many parties have to be given mental awake for this matter, especially parents.

English has to be practices at home.
The children needs to be expose with English, since they get to know the world. It doesn't matter how much your pour them with English words as long as they know the basics. So, they'll have the view of how important is English for their lives. And when they learn Bahasa Inggeris for the first time at school, they will not be far away left behind, from the other students who already learned speaking english with their parents at home.

I have the experiences teaching in two different tuition centres at Shah Alam for this 2 critical subjects. I realized that Tuition A got potential students which the students came from the background of families, which their parents are teachers, lecturers and doctors. Of course, English words are very common to this level of students.

However, Tuition B got some poor students which I felt so =( when I listened to their pronounciation of English and they gave me a lot of works to do in order to get them knew every little words in the exercise books...I remembered, there was a standard 5 student, named Afiq. He didn't even know a word from the maths book. How can he settled the mathematics problems if he didn't know the definitions of the English words.

Every class, I sit beside him, and I gave extra attention to him since he will stopped writing when i didn't put my eyes at his pencil. And I knew this student came from a family who not practice english at home. I've got clueless feelings to Afiq. So, many questions pop out in my mind. How will this boy pass his UPSR? How did he settles his maths and science before? How will he manages his secondary school subjects afterwards? At the age of 11, he needs to cover so many english words and wrapped them in his mind, before he sits for UPSR, do you think he can do it? I'm sure he'll get stressessssss..

Helps your sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, cousins to be close to english.. Practice speak English while they are at home. Make them comfortable with the language and I'm sure this implementation of english usage in teaching and learning process at school will be successful with the cooperations from all parties.

Good luck to my ex-students - Armada Ilmu & Visi Terbilang, Section 7, Shah Alam.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Stizzer Western Food @ Damansara Uptown

the stall

Lamb Chop RM12.00
taste : 5/5 , marvellous!

Have you been to Damansara Uptown Hawker Centre? It is located at Jalan SS21/39, Petaling Jaya. There are varieties of food that you can see and make your own choices. I've been there several times and I love to try the western foods because the price is cheap, comes with big portion. Usually, we've been to Steven's Western Corner since this was the first restaurant recommended by my sis, Mizzmizza. However, on one 'humpty dumpty hungry' night, we've came here again, but Steven's Western Corner was closed, so we just searching other stalls that served western food. Finally, we came to Stizzer Western Food and we have our first try here and .... we went back home, smiling..=)

This was the second time i've been here, which I've decided to take this pictures and post them in my blog. Why? Because, I, as well as my friend were so satisfied with these 2 visits. The service was very quick, the portion was big, the main item and sauce are still hot (although it was not sizzling) and of course, cheap! If you want to have chicken chop, it just costed you RM8.00 and the chicken was breaded finely and you'll have the crunchy bites everytime the chicken was in your mouth.

You will never ask for extra sauce, since they poured enough sauce on the item..

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Farm Town @ Facebook

this is my farm..for larger view, please click on 'visit her farm' at my facebook's wall

i'm searching for harvesting job at marketplace

how to play this game?
You need to have a facebook account and then, you can browse for this game.
This game requires you to build a farm which you can plant seeds, trees, adopts animals, build homes for you and the animals.
By the way, in order to get all these things inside your farm, you need to have enough coins, which you can earn it by working at the other players' farms. You need to search for any jobs at marketplace and your job is just harvesting

why this game is interesting?
because you can chat with your friends like having a conference.
You can get to know other peoples from other countries, besides you can visit their farms and discover how the other players manage their farms.
you can hire people as well, and add them as your buddies , which you can always keep in touch with them. =)