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Monday, 12 December 2011

Sight Words on English Board


Dolch words or sight words provide an excellent base for reading at an early age. They are often called sight words because some of them can't be sounded out, and need to be learned by sight.

Thursday, 8 December 2011

King Lion and His Cooks

These flash cards can be used as teaching aids, group work activity ( rearranging the pictures )

and language games

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

A Bad Spell

One sunny morning, the birds were chirping harmoniously in the thick forest. The

mischievous monkey was swinging from trees to trees. He was watching his friends

above the tree and thinking hard who to fool with.

While the monkey was cracking his head, the lion suddenly roared and this

annoyed him! “I would surely pay you a trick later!” the monkey said to himself.

Meanwhile, another friend, the elephant was coming from far. Very quickly, the monkey

was ready to cast his spell. Secretly, he held his tiny magic wand in right arm. There the

cast went “Blink! Blink!”. Once the spell worked, immediately after the monkey’s trick,

the elephant could hardly trumpet! The same happened to the lion! He could not roar

anymore!

The poor lion was suffering the spell and they knew it was the monkey’s trick.

Before the lion managed to warn the monkey, he saw a fierce cruel tiger approaching

them! He wanted to roar to warn all his friends to run for life. However, it was too late

and the tiger caught the giraffe and tore off her skin. The other animals ran away while

watching their pitiful friend being eaten by the tiger. Even though the monkey undid the

spell afterward, they all already lost a friend.

Since the day onwards, the monkey learnt a lesson and never put on a spell on his

friends.

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Enjoy the story

comrehension qs

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Worksheet

Friday, 25 November 2011

cloze passage

Read the passage and fill in the blanks with the given words.

often
hero
toyshop
happened
noble
painted
longed
climbed
thought
once
cheer
grand
seek
other
pointed

The Clown
 
There was ________ a clown called Funny, who lived in a _________
with hundreds of __________ toys. Some were very __________ toys who
wouldn't even look at the little clown with his ________ face and ________
hat. Some toys were not so grand and the clown would ________ talk with
them. Funny ________ to be a hero. He wanted to do something ________
so that all the toys in the toyshop would _________ him and cry out that he
was a __________. He __________ his little corner on the toyshelf was dull.
Nothing ever __________ there. That night, Funny the clown ___________
down from his shelf. He made up his mind to __________ adventures.

Friday, 14 October 2011

The legend of Mat Cincang and Mat Raya

 
LEGEND OF THE MOUNTAINS



Gunung Raya & Gunung Mat Chincang
There are two well known mountains in the heart of Langkawi Island,
Gunung Raya and Gunung Mat Cincang. Added to the two and appearing
to separate them is a hill called Bukit Sawar.
If you look hard at Gunung Mat Cincang located at 700m above sea level,
you can actually see it is smiling to its 850m high neighbour, Gunung Raya
(the island's highest mountain).



According to folklore, these two mountains together with Bukit Sawar (Sawar Hill), a smaller mountain, were all human beings at one time with respective names of Mat Raya, Mat Cincang and Mat Sawar. Such good friends they were that they all shared the same martial arts 'guru.'

As the story goes, Mat Cincang's daughter was engaged to Mat Raya's son.
With this Mat Raya planned a grand feast to celebrate the engagement of
his daughter to Mat Cincang's son. Unfortunately, the young man was caught flirting with another maiden at the party, an indiscretion that resulted in a raging battle between the two childhood friends. During the fight everyone became violent and pots and pans were flung at one another. A big pot of gravy was broken and the contents spilled on the ground.

The spot where the gravy spilled is known as Kuah (gravy
in Malay), Kisap (or 'to seep in') became the name of the village where the gravy seeped through the land and where the pot was broken as became known as Belanga Pecah (broken pot). A cauldron of hot water was also spilled on the ground and the spot is known as Air Hangat Village (Hot Water Village) . Where the engagement ring was flung became known as 'Tanjung Cincin' or Cape of the Ring. The straits now separates Langkawi from Terutau Island in Thailand.

The fight between the two families went on until it was intervened by Mat Sawar. who eventually was able to stop the fight. Both Mat Raya and Mat Cincang apologised for the damage incurred. In remorse, they chose to be transformed into mountains, immobile and benign. Soon, Mat Sawar followed suit. If you look at the two mountains today, you will notice that little Mat Sawar Hill is wedged in between, probably to prevent another fight between the two. The marriage turned out to be a prosperous one, for Mat Raya's son turned over leaf and became a devoted husband.

Story time




 Everybody wants to show their puppets.