Hello and Good Day Everybody !
I am a new teacher in the school named Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Datuk Bendahara. This school is situated in Jasin, Melaka.
I am accepted to be one of the Guru Sandaran Terlatih (GST) here. There are 10 of us, my batch joined the schools in 27th June 2011.
In this blog, I share with you my experience and great things that are happening to me in the school.
There are also notes and things for good English class usages, so feel free to browse them whenever there are gaps between classes.
My mentor here is Hajjah Zaorah and she has been guiding me to be a better English teacher.
Thank you !
In this blog, I have uploaded
Literature lesson plans for form 4 and 5
working papers, reports after programmes, yearly uniform body reports, weekly reports, sponsorship letters, sample of memos and thank you notes, short stories and others.

Happy teaching, teachers !
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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Useful Tips When Teaching

Useful Tips When Teaching
  • Remember to have a marker in your pencil case- you don’t know whether you are going to cover for a relief class in 1A or 3A.
  • Say yes instead of nodding when answering a close ended question.
  • Do everything at home before school the canteen and the toilet are far from my table, be prepared for first period relief class.
  • Walk slowly into the teacher’s room, the floor is slippery.
  • Find Mr Sham for relief classes before he finds you.
  • Check your classes locations, 3A is not beside 3B even though it is alphabetically.
  • Duster movement is up-down-up, instead of left-right, you don’t want them to see things swaying.
  • Talk to them, not to the blackboard avoid chalk and talk.
  • Carry a camera during activities, a picture is worth a thousand word essay.
  • Look around for dust particles or cobwebs when you enter a class, talk about cleanliness.
  • Always stand when teaching. Stand in the middle, between the blackboard and the first row students.
  • Instruct them to ask us questions, such as ‘Ask me three questions” instead of asking them “Any questions?”
  • Walk into a class and stand in the middle, get the greetings and then put your things on the table.

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