Thursday, July 9, 2009

robbers are we not?


as a former teacher and future one as well...(insyallah).
i do believe that changing back the teaching medium to BM is a mistake.

Berjuta ringgit telah dihabiskan utk
1. Buku2....
2. Khursus untuk guru
3. Khursus untuk pelajar
4. Alat bantu belajar.
5. Dll.

sekarang, pergi ke mananya duit itu?
poket politician?

we cannot expect the student to come up with fantastic and
marvelous results on the exams.

yes, they will be not so great but think of the future.

and remember this,
english has only been used for 6 years...
wat can we see?
nothing!
coz the students who were the pioneers of the
programme are NOT even done with their studies yet!!

we already saw BM as the teaching medium for 30-40 years!
and have we saw any major scientific marvel that came from it???


yeah2... we have KLCC and KLIA... blah3..
(it was captained by a foreigners for goodness sake.)
Stop being so proud!

its a shame that they decided to do this.

the whole teaching community in my school is very much angry with this decision.
so i dont see where the problem is.

the teachers are liking it, the students enjoy it,
the parent are excepting it. i just dont see the problem.


“They decided to buckle under the pressure from the Malay nationalists who argue that by teaching students in English you are neglecting the position of the national language,”
said James Chin, a political commentator.

good things come when we are patient.
good things will come in the future.
the standard of English will improve,
as the student dont have a choice to do otherwise.

nnt bila masuk university, merangkak la nk blaja english balik...
bodoh punya org, dh elok2 buat english, pegi tukar blk.

it is ridiculous to say that Malaysia will lose its national language.
that is just ignorant and stupid.
people still will use BM for their daily use.

stupid la.
ada ke org nnt ckp,
'yes my darling, kan u put some extra budu in that?'
(ye cik adek, boleh tak letak budu lebih sket?)

'miss, where can i find the Japanese slippers?'
(adik, kat mana le saya carik selipar jepun?)

boleh kew?
logic kew point derang tue?

boleh ke kita hilang identiti Malaysia dgn belajar dlm English?
cuba fikir betul2...
u'll know the answer in ur heart.

toodles!

10 people give a shit!:

Iwase Kenzo said...

ini semua permintaan rakyat.... susah nk puas kn ati sume org... saba ye mael...

alangtengahbirukundang said...

Hmm teringin gak nak tgk ade org ber"demo" nak semula PPSMI hehehehe, mcm anti-PPSMI buat dulu2

Jgn ade pertumpahan darah antara keduanya sudah!

aMaeBa said...

rakyat mintak?
rakyat mana yg mintak?
ak tak tau ada pon nmpk org komplain pasal english kat skola.
rakyat komplain yg kerajaan tak dpt kata putus lagi ada la...

ps.
sejak bila kerajaan dgr permintaan rakyat?

aMaeBa said...

@raz sayang la... terasa that my kids are stripped of their rights to learn in english..

Imah Ims said...

omg!!! mael i stuju gila ngn u!
i tak faham kenapa dorg nk mansuhkan ppsmi.
mcm siol. kalau dk kata luar bandar takde kemudahan mcm org bandar, hbs tu, selama ni, guna BM pn dorg tak pandai2, ape kes??
it is all about one's effort utk berjaya, bukan sbb bahasa.
lgpn, kan bagus blajar in english for sci and maths, dah dpt 2 ilmu sekali gus. ilmu sci and maths, dan ilmu bahasa inggeris.

aMaeBa said...

@imah
exactly! i dont understand their reasoning..
there must be somtin bigger than the issue of language.
i cant stop but to think that this is a political matter.
because of this, the people are suffering.

Iman said...

susah la benda mcm ni,
mcm2 pekara yg timbul,
but for me,
if nk guna english pun bagus,
tp, subjek bm mesti kena ajar betul2 so dak2 x lupe or bodoh bm

aMaeBa said...

masalah dia bukan sama ada idea itu tak bagus,
tp perlaksanaan dia tak bagus.
bm masih lagi digunakan for subject Sejarah, agama, and akauns... tipu ar klu kata bm makin merudum..

FdausAmad said...

Gua nak ajak lu dtg makan kenduri kat blog gua.
Folo baca doa skali pun takpa..

aMaeBa said...

wow! im like so berbesar hati that somebody would ask me to visit his blog...
sure, why not.

but, makan kenduri?

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