Monday, November 13, 2017
1. Simultaneous 5 m
2. Linear Law 10 m
3. Index No 10 m
4. Vector min 3 m
5. Trigo Sketch min 3 m
6. Prob Dist min 5 m
7. Linear Programming min 3 m
8. Statistics 5 m
1. Quad. Function 3m
2. Function 3m + 3m
3. Quad. Equation 3m
4. Indices 3m
5. A.Progression 3m
6. Vectors 4m
7. Linear Law 3m
8. Statistics 3m
9. Coordinate Geo 3m
10. Prob. Dist 3m
11. Circular measure 4 m
Posted by CIKGU ROZALI at 6:46 AM
Monday, November 6, 2017
Advantages and disadvantages of mobile phones
There are lot of advantages and disadvantages of using mobile phones, somehows the user's of the mobile phones knows the cause but they are not sure about it, below i have given a brief explanation about the advantages and disadvantages of using the mobile phones.
-the mobile phone keeps us in constant contact with people we consider important
-the mobile phone can help us seek help immediately during emergency cases
-the mobile phone is a sense of being financially upfited
-through mobile phone we can lesseb our boredom, example liasten to our favorite music and as
it can take photos
-mobile phone also gives us easier acces on the internet
-we can carry our mobile phone anywhere,
-the mobile has lots of useful function like calender, making notes, alarm clock, timer, calculator
-our mobile phones makes our lifes more convinient, but as the saying goes every technology has
it's equal negetive side and mobile phones are not so especial to be exempted.
-people spend less time boding with there family and friends
-people just contact through mobile phone and became too lazy to meet outside
-disturb us on our studies and works
-people spend lots and lots of money buying the latest model to get updated
-affects our body because of radiation it produce
-mobile phone makes it easier to invade privacy.
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Our schools in have many problems. Rules and discipline are important to solving these very serious problems facing the government schools. The parents of students need to start taking responsibility for their actions, as well as those of their children.
In this society we, as a group, have a problem with admitting our mistakes, and tend to blame others for our problems. So, in this new environment that has been created, the government schools have been made responsible for the discipline of students instead of the parents. Teachers and administrators spend too much time taking care of the few students who tend to cause the majority of the problems, while the rest get left with a sub-standard learning experience.
Schools do not and should not have the primary responsibility in the overall discipline of students. Learning institutions should be focusing on educating the youth of the nation, and reinforcing the rules and disciplinary practices laid down by the parents of the student. Blame for the developing disciplinary problems in schools should be placed squarely on the parents, who need to take a more active role in the lives of their children.
Teachers' duties include: giving the best possible learning experience to all the students in their care, and to maintain a level of discipline in the classroom. Also, a teacher should set a positive example for the students and inspire them to be model citizens. If a student decides to misbehave, then the instructor must use his or her good judgment to determine the level of punishment.
School children should not have long holidays. Do you agree?When asked if school children should have long holidays, the answers of different individuals will certainly differ. Some people have the opinion that school children should be entitled to long holidays while the others disagree. From my point of view, school children should be given long holidays. I have my own reasons for thinking so.
The freedom of school children is normally restricted by their parents during the school days as they want their children to focus on their studies in order to pass their examinations with flying colours. Apart from schooling, they have to spend a lot of time doing their homework and attending tuition classes as well. As a result, they hardly have any time left for leisure pursuits. During school holidays, more freedom is usually given and children are able to spend their time on activities that they are fond of. For example, if children have green fingers, they can spend more time on gardening. They can also spend more time on their favourite sports in order to keep fit both physically and mentally.
The arrival of long school holidays is also a good time for children to strengthen their family ties, since families need to spend time together in order to bond. Examples of activities that assist to develop close family ties are having a picnic at the seaside and playing sports and games. When children involve in family activities such as cleaning the house and preparing a meal, they learn about the spirit of cooperation and burden-sharing, thus promoting strong family ties. Besides, they learn to be more independent and responsible when they do household chores such as washing the clothes and dishes, sweeping the floor, laying the table before a meal, making their own beds, and so forth.
Another reason why long holidays are necessary is that children need to meet other relatives and to socialise with friends in the community so as to improve their interpersonal skills, since 'no man is an island'. This can be extremely beneficial to them and helps them be better equipped especially when they grow up and starts working in the society.
It is true that many parents face problems during long school holidays as their children waste their time by spending it on undesirable activities such as playing too much computer games and getting into bad company. However, I believe that such problems can be solved through proper planning, guidance and time management.
Posted by CIKGU ROZALI at 7:22 AM
Mobile phones should be allowed in schools. Do you agree?
Mobile phones are one of the great inventions and high technology items in this modern era. They have become some of the most indispensable objects in our daily life as technology becomes more and more advanced. Nowadays, most people from teenagers to the elderly have personal mobile phones of their own. Many schools limit or restrict the use of mobile phones. However, there are students who ignore the rules and continue to bring along their mobile phones to school despite the restriction. In my opinion, mobile phones should not be allowed in schools. What are the factors then?
First, mobile phones will bring about distractions to students. In the past, bored student generally entertained themselves with doodling or whispering about anything that came to mind. Today, students relieve boredom with the ubiquitous mobile phones. Students engrossed in the mobile phones are unable to pay attention in class. For example, they are distracted when their friends send them text messages and they attempt to reply under their desks. Other than that, they can also play games, browse the Internet, check and update their Facebook pages and so on. In other words, they usually use the mobile phones for non-educational purposes during the class. This can hardly help them perform better academically. In fact, this can bring forth adverse effects on their performance.
Another reason why mobile phones should be prohibited in schools is because students are able to cheat during examinations using those electronic gadgets. They do so by sending to each other text messages with answers to the questions. They can also store their notes and relevant information on their phones and look at them secretly during tests. It is also possible for them to cheat by using search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing, et cetera to search for the information that they want. Students always find ways to cheat during examinations as the tools they have are getting more and more powerful today. Since the digital world is hard to track, students are less likely to face the consequences of their actions. They always assume that they will not get caught.
Furthermore, mobile phones can easily be lost or stolen in schools. This is one of the reasons why they are forbidden. If students are allowed to bring mobile phones to school, they do so at their own risk. The schools accept no responsibility for damage or loss to mobile phones in school.
Apart from that, mobile phone addiction is a major drawback. Students addicted to mobile phones cannot do without using them, even when they are in class. If the schools permit them to use mobile phones at school, their addiction will very likely worsen. They surf inappropriate websites, post pictures or videos during class. Their undesirable actions will certainly influence or affect other students.
In a nutshell, mobile phones should be banned and not allowed in school. The disadvantages of allowing them in schools far outweighs the advantages. It is the students' responsibility to study hard and be attentive when teacher is teaching. Students should aim for good results in examinations so as to better prepare themselves for their future. Since mobile phones prevent them from doing so and distracts them when they are in class, I do not agree that mobile phones should be allowed in schools.
Posted by CIKGU ROZALI at 7:17 AM