• Education World,  Tips & Tricks

    Panduan Memilih Kaedah PdPR

    Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera buat rakan-rakan guru. Posting hari ini dalam BM ya, jangan terkejut. Saya kongsikan beberapa kaedah PdPR yang boleh dilaksanakan serta kebaikan dan kelemahan kaedah-kaedah yang dikemukakan .

    Semoga bermanfaat.

    Baca di bawah atau download PDF:

    helloadlina.my-Panduan-Memilih-Kaedah-PdPR

    [helloadlina.my] Panduan Memilih Kaedah PdPR (1124 downloads)

  • Education World,  Teaching Resources

    [For Teachers] The Quick “P.O.E.T.R.Y” (Tasks + Handout)

    As a big fan of prose and poetry, I’ve always been of the opinion that the present-day curriculum doesn’t integrate enough of them. Instead of seeing the literature component as yet another a hurdle on the question paper, the poems should be enjoyed fully.

    To have a more focused reading in the classroom but with limited time (yes we don’t usually allocate a lot for the literature component, sadly), I use the P.OE.T.R.Y handout with my students before, while and after reading. You can assign the tasks to be done individually, in pairs or even as a roundtable activity.

    Below are examples of handouts I used with my form 5 classes.

    Form-5-POETRY-Method-Template

  • Education World,  Teaching Resources

    [For Teachers] KSSM English Form 4 Yearly Scheme of Work (RPT) with Civic Education

    Sharing the simplified YSOW I made for my school (I’m in Kelantan, so we’re in Zone A). This version should only be used as a quick guide. Always refer to the prescribed SOW and Teacher’s Book 😉

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    .DOCX Microsoft Word Document Download:

    SMK-Baroh-Pial-2020-Eng-SoW-F4-with-Civic-Education.docx (4017 downloads) SMK-Baroh-Pial-2020-Eng-SoW-F4-with-Civic-Education

    Psst… Special thanks to my husband for the dates and week columns!

  • Education World,  Teaching Resources

    [For Teachers] Pendekatan Mudah “ABCD” Dalam Penulisan Objektif & Kriteria Kejayaan

    Ada yang minta saya kongsi versi BM. Lebih kurang macam ni yang saya buat ya.

    A – Audience (Siapa klien/ target kita?)

    Pada akhir PdPc, murid 5EKO dapat:

    ** perincikan murid yang mana, jangan tulis secara umum.

    B – Behaviour

    Apa yang kita mahu pelajar buat. Contohnya:

    Senaraikan 5 faktor yang _____ …

    C – Condition

    Pelajar perlu buat B tadi dalam bentuk apa?

    Contoh:

    … di dalam peta buih berganda…

    D – Degree

    Tahap yang kita ingin ukur murid kelas tersebut dalam menyiapkan C tadi.

    Contoh:

    …. dengan lengkap.

    Objektif penuh:

    Pada akhir PdPc, murid 5EKO dapat:

    Senaraikan 5 faktor yang _____  di dalam peta buih berganda dengan lengkap

    KRITERIA KEJAYAAN

    Perlu dinyatakan berapa ramai murid yang dijangka boleh menyiapkan tugasan dengan sempurna. Selebihnya mungkin di tahap sederhana atau lemah. Di sini boleh kita kesan golongan yang perlu diberi latihan pemulihan (lemah), pengukuhan (sederhana) dan pengayaan (cemerlang).

    Faktor “C” di bahagian objektif tadi lah yang akan ditulis di ruang Kriteria Kejayaan. Contohnya:

    20 daripada 28 murid kelas 5EKO dapat:

    1. Membina peta buih berganda tentang ___
    2. Menulis surat kepada pengarang

    Semoga Bermanfaat.
    W.I. Adlina

  • Education World,  Teaching Resources

    [For Teachers] Writing Lesson Objectives & Success Criteria

    If you’re having a hard time writing learning objectives for a three-part lesson, look up and read about these three approaches:

    1. Robert Mager’s Performance-Based Learning Objectives
    2.The ABCD Model for Writing Objectives
    3. Gronlund’s General and Specific Cognitive Objectives

    This is how I do it:
    A – Audience (Be specific about the audience)

    At the end of the lesson, students of 5EKO will be able to:

    B – Behaviour (What do you want them to do?)

    List down 5 factors that influence one’s decision…

    C – Conditions (in what form must the student complete the action in B )

    … in a bubble map…

    D – Degree (how far/ to which extent are they expected to perform?)

    … with the correct spelling.

    Complete example:
    At the end of the lesson, students of 5EKO (A) will be able to:
    List down 5 factors that influence one’s decision (B) in a bubble map (C) with the correct spelling (D).

    WHAT ABOUT THE SUCCESS CRITERIA?

    Based on the above example, C is what you’d like the students to produce. So, it goes like this:

    12 out of 12 students are able to successfully:
    Create a bubble map on what influences one’s decision.

    Best regards,
    Adlina.