The second runner up went to 5K, who sang "Hero". Meanwhile, 2B won the champion away for the afternoon session. 1M won the first runner up while third place went. The champion received cash rm 200 and hamper worth RM100. The first runner up would receive cash rm 150 and hamper worth RM50 while cash rm 100 was given to the second runner. The champion teams were required to perform once again on the stage during the closing ceremony.
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The competition held freshers on 3rd of may, 2011 in the school hall. The performance will be judged by few criteria, that were the combination of gesture, the rhythms of the songs and the content of the songs. Use of costumes was optional too. They could prepare some equipment to aid in their performance. Each class had to finish their performance within 8 minutes. There were 3 judges responsible for the adjudication, that were. Wong, and Ms Geraldine. The competition went well as scheduled. Each of class performed well and the judges had the hard time to choose the winners. For the morning session, 4K emerged as the champion with the song titled "love is Colour Blind". The first runner up went to 3S with their song "you raise me up".
English Fortnight "English Fortnight" was book the second major programme organised by English Language society. It was held from 25th of April, 2011 until 6th of may, 2011. A series of activities and competitions were planned accordingly. The first activity of the programme was choir singing competition. Every form of students were required to take part. Every class had to prepare a song to perform. The selection of songs was on their discretion, but with one criteria that all the songs must be performed in English. One week was given to them for the preparation work.
Form one's students were still undergoing a period to adapt to the new studying environment and new rules and regulations. Their session started after March of 2011. The school's top administration would become the panel of judges to evaluate the performance of each presenter. The marks were allocated based on the pronunciation of the phrases, the content of the presentation, and the combination of gesture. The marks were collected to be accumulated summary until the end of the year. It was not an individual competition, but a class competition. Classes accumulated with the highest marks would be awarded with the rm500 and hamper worth RM200. Eventually, 4K class won the champion away for morning session while for afternoon session, 1S defeated other classes and took the prizes away.
The mean to select students for the presentations was on the teachers' discretion. They could either choose the representatives by themselves, or being democratic by organising the voting session. In the morning session, form four students were involved in it only. Hence, every of the students in form four had to take turn to present on the stage according to the ascending order of the class name lists. Excuses such as sore throat, stomachache, or headache were not being accepted for them to skip the presentations, unless they could have the medical certificate verified from the doctors as the proves. Nevertheless, they could exchange the position for presentation with their classmates, with the base that the particular student agreed with the exchange. For form one and form two's students, the programme started from students of form two. This was because form two's students had adapted to the new studying environment after studying in the school for one year.
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Report on implementation of Programmes, learn a phrase a day world "Learn a phrase a day" was the major programme that was held according to the school policy. The programme was subdivided in to two parts. On Mondays, students selected were required to deliver speeches in English. For tuesdays to Fridays, students were required to choose a phrase to present on the stage. The phrase could be selected from idioms, vocabularies, and.
One week before the presentation of phrases, English teachers would guide the classes to elect few students for the presentation. For every presentation, two students would be selected. One would hold a manilla card written with the phrases of the day while the other one would explain the phrases to all rose the students in the assembly. The meaning, and the example are needed to be provided by the presenter so that all the students would get to understand the phrases better. For every monday, one student would be needed for the presentation only and the respective student was required to present a speech. The speeches presented by the students must be conducted in English Language.
Both programmes were carried out during schooling hours. For morning session, the programmes were held on from.20am until.20pm for Mondays to Thursdays, and from.20am until.45pm for every Friday. Meanwhile, for afternoon session of schooling, it is from.20pm until.45pm for every monday and Friday, and for Fridays, the schooling hours are from.20pm until.45pm. Both programmes were being carried out with its specific target group. For the programme "Learn a phrase a day students of form four were required to take turn to present at the daily assembly. For afternoon session, students of form one and form two needed to send representatives for each class to give presentations on the stage everyday.
Students of form three and form five were excluded as they were informed by the school administration to concentrate fully on government examinations, that were pmr and spm. Meanwhile, "English Fortnight" was planned to involve every student of each form. There were numerous activities that took place for specific form of students to join. For examples, essay writing competition was held and targeted on form three and form five students. Choir singing competition was held for every form of students. Form one and form two's students were involved in poem recitation competition. Impromptu speech competition was organised targeted for form four's students.
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Duration of Programmes, at the resume beginning of the year, English Language society officiated the "learn a phrase a day" activity at the assembly. An opening ceremony was with held on 10th of January, 2011. This activity was being carried out throughout the whole year. Everyday before assembly commences, the activity was held. It took up around 5 to 10 minutes for every presentation. For "English Fortnight it was held at the midst of the year, which was around the end of April to the beginning of may. The opening ceremony for "English Forthnight" was held on 25th of April, 2011. The programme lasted for two weeks consecutively. A series of activities was planned to be organised for all the students to participate.
From this activity, students are expected to learn the correct pronunciation of English words. Moreover, students will have the chances to boost up own confidence when presenting in English in front of the audience. The second programme is "English Fortnight". In that two weeks, many activities will be organised by English Language society. This is to promote the use of English when participating in e students will be exposed to the importance of English Language through a series of activities being carried out. They should not only focus on their 'mother tongue' respectively, but to learn other languages as well. Through the activities, students are expected to equip themselves with fluent English as it will be very helpful review to them in the future.
society has planned two activities to be carried out throughout the year. The first programme is "learn a phrase a day". The objective is to boost up students' confidence by standing up on the stage to speak in English. This activity will provide a medium for students to practise their English publicly. Through this programme, the students are also able to improve their pronunciation of English. Students of new era are weak in pronunciating the correct way of English words.
There are few aims for the programmes to be held. First of all, the English Language society wishes father's to fully make english Language to be visible in the school compound. To make the English Language to be visible in the school compound, five essential skills are needed to be promoted among the students, that are reading, listening, speaking, writing and grammar. All the students must master all these skills to avoid being eliminated from the global trend. Besides, the second aim English Language society conducts English programmes is to make use of English as the medium of communication. Nowadays, english has become vividly important in the world. Many countries use English as the mean in carrying out the administration work. Being able to speak in English is not a strange anymore. Students who are not able to communicate English with people will be eliminated from the global trend.
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Print, reference this, published: 19th may, 2017 19th may, 2017. Keywords: importance of english language, english language usage. The usage of English Language has become significant in our daily life. It is a fact that English Language is the language that is used globally in the world nowadays. Many countries' governments practise English Language as the formal language to book carry out their jobs and to complete the paper works. In conjunction with the global trend, the English Language society of smk pandan Indah has planned some activities to be carried out in the school compound since the beginning of the year. This is implemented so that the students of the school can be exposed to the importance of English Language. Aims and Objectives of Programmes, with the support from school administration, the English Language society manages to carry out the English programmes for all the students to participate.