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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Internet Usage.

Internet is not something uncommon nowadays. Even children as young as seven years old are using the internet. Internet usage is beneficial if it is used in the correct way and for the right purpose. A lot of people especially youngsters waste...

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Past Year Examination Papers.

Every year, when the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) and Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) examinations are around the corner, teachers will equip their students with past year examination papers. Some people may ask, does doing past year...

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We Need to Learn from Mistakes.

In this world, nobody is perfect. Everybody will make mistakes. These mistakes range from major ones such as murdering, raping and stealing to minor ones such as cheating in examinations, lying, disobedient to parents and hurting people with your...

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Student Must Learn From Mistakes.

When parents check their children’s school homework and find a lot of mistakes done, they tend to opine that it is not a good sign. However, do you actually know that the more mistakes done, the more a student will learn and improve? Learning...

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Parents’ Involvement in Homework.

Doing homework is a child’s responsibility. However, there are a lot of parents nowadays who help their children with their homework. The result may be better grades if the parents maintain their involvement but in the long run, it may weaken the...

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Hobbies for Your Child.

Hobby is something that you do to pass your free time. If ask the children in Malaysia about what their hobbies are, they will usually answer watching television, sleeping, surfing the internet and go shopping. Why do our children today who...

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Extra Sport Activities.

Students are always encouraged to join some sports in schools. It is undeniable that many Malaysian students are very active and talented. Many of them love sports and outdoor activities. However, there are even some who are being forced to...

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