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SELAMAT BELAJAR & SELAMAT BERJAYA

 

Pelajar cemerlang akan:

1. Menggunakan kedua-dua belah otak kanan & kiri. Ini dapat dilakukan dengan membuat aktiviti merangsang kedua-dua belah otak tersebut.

2. Merangsang kesemua deria dalam pembelajaran. Kajian menunjukkan bahawa:
-kita ingat 10 % apa yang dibaca
-kita ingat 20% apa yang didengar
-kita ingat 50 % apa yang didengar & dilihat
-kita ingat 70% apa yang dicakapkan
-kita ingat 90% setelah dipraktikkan

3. Belajar secara aktif dengan pen/pensil ditangan.

4. Belajar 3 jam sehari atau 20 jam seminggu (tidak termasuk kerja rumah).

5. Belajar dalam persekitaran yang kondusif
-pastikan cahaya adalah terang
-kurangkan gangguan bunyi
-tampal poster yang mengandungi slogan yang menaikkan semangat belajar
-tampal gambar-gambar yang menenangkan fikiran
-kerusi dan meja menghadap kiblat
-jangan lupa untuk senyum

6. Tidak ponteng kelas. Kalau tertinggal kelas, salin nota dari rakan.

7. Mengulang kaji menggunakan kaedah ‘output learning’ iaitu belajar untuk melatih otak menggunakan maklumat yang terkumpul. Ini dapat dilakukan dengan membaca buku/nota, ingat kembali, lakar/tulis, sebut apa yang difahami dan jawab soalan.

8. Tahu teknik merangsang memori:
-memasukkan maklumat dalam memori (registration)
-menyimpan maklumat dalam sel memori (retention)
-mengingat kembali (recall)
-menggunakan maklumat untuk menjawab soalan atau kegunaan lain (application)

9. Sentiasa awal dan mendahului:
persediaan awal akan memberikan permulaan yang baik dan memberi tanggapan yang positif pada guru.
-pelajar yang mendapat A pada ujian lazimnya akan dapat mengekalkan kejayaannya.
-belajar awal ketika tiada tekanan adalah tidak membosankan.
-untuk sentiasa awal dan mendahului, bacalah dahulu sekali atau 2 kali sebelum guru mengajar.

10. Berbuat baik dengan guru. Setiasa hormati dan sayangi guru.

11. Mempunyai teknik membaca yang betul:
-duduk dengan tegak & bernafas dengan betul
-memberikan tumpuan sepanuhnya
-menggunakan jari telunjuk untuk membaca
-menyesuaikan kelajuan membaca dengan kesukaran bahan bacaan

12. Sentiasa mengawasi pencuri waktu belajar iaitu angan-angan kosong, bertangguh & malas.

13. Membaca doa penerang hati setiap kali selepas sembahyang, sebelum mengulangkaji, dan sebelum menghadapi peperiksaan.

14. Tidak membuang masa dengan belajar ketika letih.

15. Berehat sebentar setiap 20 minit mengulang kaji.

16. Belajar mengikut waktu yang sesuai dengan diri (study according to your biological clock). Walau bagaimanapun, perlu tahu waktu-waktu yang sesuai untuk belajar iaitu sebelum tidur, selepas bangun tidur, selepas mandi air panas, selepas baca al-quran/zikir selepas riadah dan selepas berdoa.

17. Mengulang kaji secepat mungkin. Ulang kaji ringkas selepas belajar (kita akan lupa 80% selepas belajar).

18. Mengulang kaji secara bersendirian atau berkumpulan.

19. Tahu mengulang kaji adalah aktiviti pembelajaran terpenting sebelum peperiksaan.

20. Mengulang kaji pelajaran berulang-ulang kali.

21. Mengulang kaji apabila mulai terlupa.

22. Tahu petua mengulang kaji
-cari tempat yang tenang dan serasi dengan jiwa kita
-siapkan semua ‘bekalan’ dengan sempurna
-duduk tegak dikerusi yang selesa
-baca doa penerang hati
-baca buku atau nota mengikut teknik membaca yang betul
-fikir dan ingat kembali isi utama
-catat/lakar
-semak semula ketepatan maklumat
-ulang sebut atau ceritakan pada orang lain
-buat rumusan
-jawab soalan
-tampal maklumat yang rumit di dinding
-baca doa tanda kesyukuran selepas belajar

23. Tahu memberi ganjaran kepada diri sendiri selepas belajar seperti membaca surat khabar, melawat rakan dan sebagainya.

24. Tahu petua-petua agar tidak lupa:
-jangan makan kepala ikan
-jangan makan organ dalaman
-jangan minum semasa makan
-jangan minum atau makan makanan yang tercemar oleh semut
-jangan melihat kemaluan
-jangan melihat buih
-jangan membaca nama pada batu nisan
-banyakkan makan makanan yang mengandungi soya seperti tempe, tauhu dan lain-lain
-banyakkan makan kismis, kurma dan madu
-banyakkan makan kekacang
-pakai minyak wangi ketika belajar atau menghadapi peperiksaan
-jangan makan sehingga terlalu kenyang
-jangan kencing berdiri

25. Tahu kemahiran mengingat:
-tampal nota-nota penting di dinding
-tukar perkataan, ayat atau definisi dalam bentuk gambar atau rajah
-gunakan kaedah akronim
-reka cerita atau ayat mengenai konsep yang perlu diingat
-pecahkan maklumat kepada kumpulan kecil

26. Cekap mengatur jadual belajar:
-mempunyai jadual belajar
-patuh kepada jadual
-buat jadual yang boleh diikuti

27. Tidak menangguh belajar pada saat akhir dan tidak menumpukan peperiksaan sebagai dorongan untuk belajar.

28. Cari maklumat mengenai subjek yang tidak diketahui. Sediakan perkara-perkara yang tidak diketahui dan dapatkan penyelesaian dari orang yang lebih arif.

39. Membina kepelbagaian dalam pembelajaran. Sebagai contoh, satu hari dipelbagaikan cara dan topik untuk belajar.

30. Menggunakan masa terluang untuk mengulang kaji atau mencuri masa.

31. Membawa nota ke mana-mana sahaja (kecuali ke tandas).

32. Pelbagaikan tempat belajar.

33. Menyedari guru-guru adalah sumber ilmu yang baik. Tanya guru apabila tidak faham

34. Menjadikan nota-nota menarik seperti membuat corak, menggariskan isi penting dan sebagainya.

35. Ciri-ciri pelajar cemerlang:
-taat kepada Allah
-mendirikan sembahyang
-menghormati kedua ibu bapa dan sentiasa mendoakan mereka
-hormati & sayangi guru
-bersungguh-sungguh dalam melakukan kerja untuk mencapai kecemerlangan.
-suka pada setiap mata pelajaran yang dipelajari
-membantu rakan yang memerlukan
-berdoa dan bersyukur kepada Allah
-sentiasa bertawakal
-mahir dalam setiap mata pelajaran

Kita juga perlu ingat pelajar yang cemerlang, adalah juga cemerlang pada akhlak dan tingkah lakunya dan seimbang dalam kehidupannya. Kecemerlangan pelajar bukan semata-mata dilihat pada nilai akademiknya sahaja. Semoga bermanfaat. 🙂

A full-time national serviceman had sex six times with a secondary school student, 14, in his Bedok flat and in a tent in a park last year.

The offences were discovered when she underwent an abortion in her fifth month of pregnancy in March this year.

Shanurfahmi Shariman, 22, was jailed two years yesterday for underage sex.

District Judge Low Wee Ping said that the married Shanurfahmi, who already has a daughter born out of wedlock, should have known better and the law had to be more severe in this case.

He had pleaded guilty last month.

At the hearing yesterday, the court heard that probation was not recommended because Shanurfahmi was fully aware of the consequences of his actions and had taken advantage of a young naive teenager. — The Straits Times/Asia News Network

SHAH ALAM: A 55-year-old ‘bomoh’, convicted of rape, appealed for a lighter sentence but was hit with an enhanced sentenced jail term and more strokes of the rotan.

Mohd Ikrar Munjeet Abdullah was sentenced to 20 years in jail – the maximum jail time provided for the offence under Section 376 of the Penal Code – and 10 strokes of the rotan.

He had been sentenced to 15 years in jail and six strokes of the rotan after a Sessions Court found him guilty last year of raping a lab assistant (then 22) at unit D-G-17, Blok D, Apartment Dahlia, Taman Bunga Raya, Bukit Beruntung in Rawang between 11 am on Dec 13, 2008, and 9am on Dec 14 the same year.

The victim had sought treatment from the accused to dispel ‘illness’ and ‘bad luck’. However, instead of treating the victim, the accused raped her six times.

At one point during her ordeal, the woman said she was hungry and, when the man went to get her some food, she jumped out of the apartment unit, naked.

She took some clothes that was hung to dry on a line (ampaian kain) to cover herself and pleaded for help from a woman passing by with her child. She was taken to the nearest police station.

Mohd Ikrar, who was unrepresented, read his submission for a lighter sentence from the accused dock.

“According to the medical report, semen was not found in the vagina and on the mattress. The doctor’s report also said it is possible for the victim to inflict tears on her vagina.

“I did not do what was accused of me,” he said.

DPP Fazillah Begum Abdul Ghani said semen was not found because the accused carried the victim to the bathroom and bathe her each time after he forced sex on her.

High Court judge Justice Nurchaya Arshad, in her judgement, said there was no reason for the court not to believe the victim’s testimony.

“The accused had clearly taken advantage of the victim who was seeking treatment. He strangled and threatened the victim to get her to comply to his desire. Submission can happen because of fear, force or deception.

“The Sessions Court made the conviction based on facts and the law. Because such crimes are rampant nowadays, this court is increasing the sentence,” she said.

KUALA LUMPUR: Two women were raped and robbed during “staged” job interviews in two separate incidents.

On Saturday, a 22-year-old fresh graduate went to a budget hotel in the city to attend the “interview” after she applied for a sales promoter job through a website.

City deputy CID chief Asst Comm Khairy Arasah said a few days earlier, the victim had sent a job application to an e-mail address (sonicact@gmail.com), and was asked to attend the interview by the suspect at about 3.30pm.

He said in an e-mail, the victim was offered RM400 per day for the job by the suspect.

The victim was asked to meet the “interviewer” in a room at the hotel.

“When she entered the room, the suspect who was alone, raped her before robbing her of her belongings,” he said at a press conference yesterday.

In early August, another woman was also raped and robbed after she was duped into attending a similar “interview” in a different hotel in the city.

Initial investigations revealed both cases involved a single suspect using the same modus operandi.

ACP Khairy said the suspect did not leave his name, address or contact number when registering at the hotel.

He has advised the public, especially women, to check with the hotels when they are asked to attend an interview to prevent any untoward incidents.

Police have released the photofit (pic) of the suspect and are seeking the public’s help to apprehend him.

Both the cases are being investigated under Section 376 for rape and 392 for robbery.

PETALING JAYA: The dust on the gay guidelines has barely settled before a new one has surfaced this time, directed at female bosses.

The guidelines (pic) are listed in the Health Ministry’s MedikTV Facebook page and feature eight “tips” on how to be a “good female boss”.

It was uploaded as a photo link but has been taken down at press time.

The tips, written in Bahasa Malaysia, advised women to “banyak berbincang dengan orang bawahan, khususnya pekerja lelaki” (have many discussions with your subordinates, especially male workers).

It also advocated they “pandai mengambil hati orang bawahan” (be smart in winning your subordinates’ hearts) and “jangan menunjuk ego kuasa di depan orang bawahan terutama semasa memberi arahan” (don’t flaunt your ego and power in front of your subordinates, especially when giving orders).

However, the ministry has been quick to express its strong disapproval of the photo, with Deputy Health Minister of Malaysia Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin saying MedikTV had apologised for the post.

“It has also given a guarantee that all posts after this will not be prejudicial in nature or side any party,” she said in an SMS.

Rosnah also stressed that the guidelines had not been published by the ministry and had nothing to do with “any of the concepts or campaigns introduced by MOH”.

MedikTV also posted an apology on its Facebook page, stressing that the posts were not ministry policy.

“This is our responsibility. All feedback should be channelled to us without involving other parties,” it said.

An online news portal reported that the Information Department had also shared the photo on its Facebook page on Tuesday.

However, both links on the MedikTV and Info Department’s Facebook pages had been removed at press time.

Facebook users had described the guidelines as sexist and discriminatory.

Source: The Star @ 20/09/2012.

A fun night out with friends ended tragically for a 17-year-old social butterfly who thought that the drug she took was “just ecstasy”.

The girl, whom close friends called Hayley, did not know that the pill was a mix of unknown deadly substances.

The teenager, a student at a private school, who had already been accepted to study in a university in the US, died after taking the pill recently.

Her best friend, who only wished to be identified as Catherine, said: “She probably thought that she was popping an ecstasy pill but it contained more than that.”

“She was usually really careful and knew not to mix drugs and alcohol and we would also watch out for her just to be sure.

“Her death came as a devastating shock to both her family and friends,” added Catherine. “I wasn’t there. She was with a different group of friends when this happened,” she added.

She said they had been close friends since they were 13, adding that both shared an interest in performing arts.

“She always wanted to be an actress,” Catherine said.

Source: The Star @ 20/09/2012.