Finally, a day off truly for a good rest insyallah.
Hopefully, I get to recharge to full bar for PMR and SPM war.
May our deed be accepted by Allah.

Anyway, loving the new ios7


It has been a tiring week but for some reasons, I always get to be energetic in class Alhamdulillah. Next week is PMR and I am nervous for my kids! 
Im gonna try to arrange a few extra classes prior English paper. 
Hope it will help them to answer better.

This is my form 1 class. Aren't they cute? Sleeping after 20 minutes answering PJK paper lol


I have never thought that I will teach SPM students in my first year of serving as a teacher. On top of it, I was assigned to teach the group in late June. Sigh, a challenge that will test everything that I have gained from 6 years of learning TESL. 

Is it easy? Only God knows how does it feel...
The fact that I'm teaching form 5 and the fact that some of them are not motivated to score well in the subject. 

Still, I am praying hard that my students are able to absorb everything that I share in the class. I hope that they will be eased to recall every format of guided writing. I hope that they will flash back everytime I raise my voice to emphasize certain words and technique of writing. Ultimately, I hope that each of them will pass the subject with flying colours. Amin

The picture is not my SPM kids but they are my PMR students. Just upgraded to IOS7 so all previous pictures are gone :(

Assalamualaikum and hello readers!

It has been ages since the last post, I think I have been repeating the same sentence to start my entries. Anyway, the reason why I finally can write an entry is the Blogger app that I just discovered in App Store. So, I'm basically typing from my ipad mini, hooray!

Sigh...the responsibility is just getting more and more these days. It's no longer teaching and marking students' works and exam papers but teachers nowadays have to shoulder most of admin jobs. For instance, making sure students' attendance are well recorded in the attendance book record as well as to write up the number of absentees on the notice board repeat the same process again in the online system. But this is just a tiny part of what a teacher has to do in everyday school. 

Needless to say, we are basically the teacher who teaches in classroom, a coach at school field, art director to design the backdrop and stage for most of the events carried out in school hall, a police officer who chases around the crime making students, a baker to prepare any sort of cuisine as requested by the principal ( Had to bake an extremely giant bahulu cake that mimicks our national flag, Jalur Gemilang ) and the list goes on...

Glad to share this out. If you know a teacher, say 'thank you' to him or her. The sacrifice made by a teacher is unable to be described with mere words. 

Thank you to all my teachers!!!