Children's Song

Super Simple Songs and Play

The Pinocchio - Teaching Tips

Thursday, 29 April 2010

Exercises Contract

A sample of an exercises-contract for English.

Friday, 6 March 2009


Effort taken by the English Panel of SK Seri Inas to assist pupils to improve their English.


Tuesday, 3 February 2009


The Technique to Increase Reading Speed And Understanding of Text

Speed Reading is a method of improving a reader's reading ability, improving both the speed at which a text can be assimilated, and the level of understanding of the material.
Today we are in the world of information explosion and information overload. There are so much information for both adults and children to read.
Often we hear adults and students complain that they do not enough time to finish reading what they need to read in their work or preparation for their test and examination
Reading is one of the most essential skills to help us acquire knowledge. Hence it is important and necessary for everyone, including our children to acquire the ability to read.
We need to be able to scan and filter information and facts that are useful from those that are unimportant or useless. And we must do it in the most effective way and within the shortest possible time. Speed Reading helps your children to read and understand text more quickly. It is an essential skill in any environment where you have to master large volumes of information quickly, especially in today information society.

The Key Insight To Speed Read

The most important trick about speed reading is to know what information you want from a document before you start reading it. If you only want an outline of the issue that the document discusses, then you can skim the document very quickly and extract only the essential facts. However, if you need to understand the real detail of the document, then you need to read it slowly enough to fully understand it.
You will get the greatest time savings from speed reading by learning to skim excessively detailed documents.

How A Skilled Reader Read

A fluent speed reader read many words in each block. He will only stay on each block for an instant, and will then move on. Only rarely will the reader's eyes skip back to a previous block of words. This reduces the amount of work that the reader's eyes have to do. It also increases the volume of information that can be examined in a given time.

How A Poor Reader Read

A poor reader often get held up by spending a lot of time reading small blocks of words. He also skip back often, losing the flow and structure of the text and overall understanding of the subject. This irregular eye movement will make reading tiring. Poor readers tend to dislike reading, and may find it harder to concentrate and understand written information.
By speed reading you can read information more quickly. You may also get a better understanding of it as you will hold more of it in short term memory.To improve the speed of your reading, read more words in each block and reduce the length of time spent reading each block. Use a pointer to smooth the way your eyes move and reduce skip-back.

Tuesday, 20 January 2009



Adjectives and adverbs with the same form.
ADJECTIVES and adverbs are modifiers. Adjectives modify nouns and noun substitutes, while adverbs modify, mainly, verbs, adjectives and other adverbs.

In this exercise about adjectives and adverbs with the same form, can you tell if the words in italics are adjectives or adverbs?

1. The skilful magician pulled a hat with a wide brim out of a fluffy little rabbit.
2. The avid punster read from his collection of puns: “Finding it wide open, the burglar climbed intruder window.”
3. It was a pretty silly idea – his invention of an egg opener.
4. “I wanted to get you a pretty dress,” the burglar says to his wife, “but the darn shop was still open!”
5. He says jestingly to her, “You must be dead tired from all the running you did in my dream last night.”
6. The naughty boy said he put a dead mouse in his sister’s bed because he couldn’t find a toad.
7. Mother Cat says to her kitten, “Stay away from danger. You have only nine lives!”
8. The hummingbird is the only bird that can fly backwards.
9. “I just don’t know what went wrong. According to the cookbook, this is supposed to be a delicious dish.”
10. She wore her wedding ring on the wrong finger because she married the wrong man.
11. Whenever she is down, she cheers herself up by going on a shopping spree.
12. Did you write down your score for this test?

Answers 1. adjective 2. adverb 3. adverb 4. adjective 5. adverb 6. adjective 7. adverb 8. adjective 9. adverb 10. adjective 11. adjective 12. adverb

Wednesday, 14 January 2009

English Language Society

Advisors for English Language Society (ELS)
Encik Azam bin Hasim
Puan Norfadzillah bt Ahmad Sobri
Puan Rosminah bt Ahmad Ihsan
Puan Shuhana bt Azizan
Puan Siti Rosni bt Ahmad

Sunday, 4 January 2009


1. Scrap Book and Word Tag project for both of Level 1 and Level 2 pupils.
2. English Week in April which carrying the activities related to English Language subject.
3. A Paragraph A Day Programme for Level 2 and A Word A Day Programme for Level 1.
4. English Speaking Day on every Thursday for the whole year.
5. Get pupils to involve in the co-academic activities such as the story telling competititon and
the public speaking competition as well.

Friday, 2 January 2009


First English Panel Meeting
Date : 1st January 2009
Time : 11.00 a.m.
Venue : Staffroom
Present : En.Azam b Hasim
Pn.Fauziah bt Zainul
Pn.Norfadzillah bt Ahmad Sobri
Pn.Zaiton bt Mohd Noor
Pn.Aslinda bt Musa
Absent : Pn.Azizah bt Ghazali (UPSR Improvement Committee meeting)
Pn.Jamirul Kaissa bt Jaafar (UPSR Improvement Committee meeting)