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New Developments - i
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J U LY 2 0 1 4
www.ithink.org.my
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New Developments
Thinking Skills
LAPORAN KHAS
PEOPLE
CLASSROOM 16 LIVING AT
10 FUTURE
DILANCARKAN OLEH
CAUSE AND
MENTERI PENDIDIKAN II
NOT EFFECT
LEARNING
MAPS
18 THINKING
REVISITED:
BRACE MAP
HOTS MESSAGE
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Hot & Happening
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Discussing New
Developments on
Thinking Skills
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Future Classroom
Dilancarkan Oleh
Menteri Pendidikan II
12
16
Galeri
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Thinking Maps Revisited:
Brace Map
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Thinking Maps Revisited:
Flow Map
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Living at Cause
and Not Effect
The Headlines
Peraduan HOTS
Main Mind
PERADUAN
HOTS
Apa Khabar i-THINKers!
Selamat berpuasa diucapkan kepada semua muslimin dan
muslimat. Ramadhan merupakan bulan yang ke-9 dalam
kalendar Islam. Seperti dalam Rukun Islam, umat Islam
diwajibkan berpuasa pada bulan tersebut.
Seperti yang telah dimaklumkan dalam HOTS isu ke-20, Kajian
Keberkesanan Program i-THINK di 10 buah sekolah showcase
telah berjaya dilaksanakan. Kami ingin mengucapkan terima
kasih kepada seluruh warga 10 sekolah tersebut kerana telah
memberi kerjasama dan sokongan yang padu.
Selamat maju jaya diucapkan kepada murid yang menduduki
peperiksaan Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3 (PT3) buat kali pertama
yang menggantikan Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR).
Kami berharap agar artikel yang dikeluarkan dalam isu
ini berguna kepada murid, ibu bapa dan guru. HOTS juga
mengalu-alukan komen anda. Sebarang pendapat dan
pertanyaan boleh dihantar ke www.facebook.com/ithinkschools
atau www.twitter.com/ithinkschools.
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Hello i-THINKers!
Selamat Berpuasa to all Muslim students, teachers and
parents. Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Islamic
calendar and Muslims worldwide observe this as a month of
fasting. This annual observance is regarded as one of the
Five Pillars of Islam.
As mentioned in the 20th issue of HOTS, the Study on the
Impact of the i-THINK programme for the 10 Showcase
schools has been successfully implemented. We want to
thank all the staff of the 10 schools for their assistance and
support.
HOTS would like to wish all the best to those who are sitting
for the first examination under the new Form Three
Assessment (PT3) system, which replaces the centralised
Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) format.
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Peraduan HOTS masih menawarkan sebuah Samsung Galaxy
Tab 3 untuk dimenangi dan kami berharap lebih ramai murid
merebut peluang dalam peraduan ini.
Peraduan HOTS is offering a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 as the prize
and we hope more students will participate in the contest.
We hope the articles which we publish in this issue are useful to
students, teachers and parents and we would be happy to
publish your comments on these stories so please feel free to
write or email us.
HOTS would also like to hear the opinion of students, teachers
and parents on i-THINK and education issues, please send all
inquiries, video clips, testimonials or experiences and other
contributions to www.facebook.com/ithinkschools or
www.twitter.com/ithinkschools.
Happy i-THINKing!
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HOT & HAPPENING
Tarikh Dan Lokasi Melihat Anak Bulan Ramadhan 2014/1435H
Tarikh untuk melihat anak bulan Ramadhan
bagi menetapkan permulaan puasa telah
ditetapkan pada petang Jumaat, 27 Jun
2014 bersamaan 29 Syaaban 1435H. Majlis
Raja-Raja telah mempersetujui bahawa cara
menetapkan tarikh permulaan puasa adalah
berdasarkan rukyah (melihat anak bulan)
dan hisab (pengiraan secara matematik
dan astronomi). Penyimpan Mohor Besar
Raja-Raja telah mengisytiharkan
pada malam itu juga tarikh permulaan
Puasa jatuh pada 29 Jun 2014
melalui radio dan televisyen.
Tempat-tempat yang telah
dikenalpasti untuk
melihat anak
bulan adalah
seperti:
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Johor - Pontian Kecil
Kedah - Kampung Pulau Sayak,
Kuala Muda
Kedah - Pemandangan Indah,
Pulau Langkawi, Menara Alor Setar,
Alor Setar
Kelantan - Bukit Peraksi Pasir Putih,
Bukit Kampong Tembeling, Mukim
Manjur, Daerah Olak Jeram, Kuala Krai,
Menara Bangunan SEDC, Jalan Tengku
Putra Semerak, Kota Baharu
Kuala Lumpur - Menara Kuala Lumpur
Labuan - Tingkat 13, Menara Universiti
Malaysia Sabah, Kampus Antarabangsa
Labuan
Melaka - Kompleks Falak
Al-Khawarizmi, Kampung Balik Batu,
Tanjung Bidara
Negeri Sembilan - Telok Kemang,
Port Dickson
Pahang - Bukit Tanjong Batu, Nenasi,
Gunung Berincang, Cameron
Highlands, Bukit Pelindong Kuantan
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Pulau Pinang - Pusat Falak Sheikh Tahir,
Pantai Aceh
Perak - Pantai Pasir Panjang, Mukim
Pengkalan Baru, Daerah Manjong
Perlis - Kuala Sungai Baru,
Simpang Empat
Putrajaya - Pusat Konvensyen
Antarabangsa Putrajaya
Sabah - Balai Cerap Al-Biruni,
Tanjung Dumpil, Putatan
Sarawak - Tanjung Lubang Miri,
Teluk Bandung, Kuching; Tanjung Batu,
Bintulu
Selangor - Bukit Melawati, Bukit Jugra,
Banting, Kuala Langat Balai Cerap,
Sabak Bernam
Terengganu - Bukit Besar, Kuala
Terengganu; Bukit Geliga, Kemaman;
Pulau Perhentian, Besut; Balai Cerap
KUSZA, Mukim Merang, Setiu
A helmet that folds
Jeff Woolf has invented a helmet,
called Morpher, that folds to the size
of a textbook. A traditional helmet’s
bulk is a major turnoff for casual
riders. What’s more, their domed
shape makes it difficult to store and
carry them at the destination.
The Morpher addresses both problems
by collapsing to just 1.4 inches thick. It
is compact enough to fit in a laptop
bag or backpack. The latest prototype
has passed European-grade safety
tests at a factory.
Made of hard plastic and
foam, like that found in
traditional helmets, it
protects a wearer’s head.
An internal, flexible layer
links segments of foam,
acting as a hinge and
allowing the helmet to fold
in half while neodymium
magnets inside the helmet
lock the Morpher in a
closed position.
Source: Popular Science website at www.popsci.com
Source: http://www.melvister.com/2014/06/tarikh-dan-lokasi-melihat-anak-bulan-ramadhan-2014-1435h.html
Apakah antara kelebihan atau nikmat
orang yang melakukan ibadah puasa?
Setiap ibadat khusus terutama yang diwajibkan ke atas umat Islam mempunyai rahsia dan keistimewaannya yang
tersendiri. Tidak terkecuali dengan ibadat puasa di mana bagi kita yang berpuasa sudah pasti dapat merasai 5 rahsia
daripada kenikmatan semasa menunaikannya iaitu :
1. Menguatkan jiwa di mana orang
yang berpuasa sentiasa melatih
diri dalam menguasai hawa nafsu
sehingga jiwanya semakin teguh
bukannya menjadi hamba
kepada nafsu
2. Mendidik keinginan orang berpuasa
ke arah melakukan sesuatu yang
baik dan positif dengan menjauhi
segala yang buruk dan negatif
sehingga melahirkan umat yang
bertaqwa
3. Memberi kesihatan kepada
tubuh badan dengan mengawal
pemakanan sehingga penghadam
dapat berfungsi dengan baik
4. Mengenal nikmat kenikmatan serta
melahirkan hamba yang bersyukur
atas nikmat yang dianugerahkan
oleh Allah sehingga redha dengan
apa yang ada dan tidak tamak
terhadap apa yang bukan menjadi
miliknya
Vertical take-off airplane
Inventor and entrepreneur JoeBen
Bevirt - known for designing wind
energy turbines has created an
electric airplane called S2 that takes
off vertically, like a helicopter, and
flies aerodynamically, like an airplane.
NASA has taken notice and is now
funding the development of a
55-pound
unmanned aerial
vehicle.
Supercomputer simulations of a
full-scale, 1,700-pound S2 suggest it
could fly two people about 200 miles
in an hour on 50 kilowatt-hours of
electricity, or roughly equivalent to 1.5
gallons of fuel used by a typical
two-seat airplane - which would make
the new aircraft about five times
more efficient.
A dozen compact electric motors
operate three times more efficiently
than a typical personal airplane’s
combustion engines. Retractable arms
reposition the motors to transition
between vertical takeoff, forward flight,
and landing.
S2 wouldn’t have been possible just a
decade ago but with new compact
and efficient motors, ever-increasing
power density in batteries, smarter
control systems, and tinier sensors
mean his plane will soon be a reality.
5. Mengingati dan turut merasai
penderitaan orang lain yang lebih
susah kehidupan mereka.
Source: http://www.islamic-centre.ic.utm.my/virtual-tour/ibadah/
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Source: Popular Science website at www.popsci.com
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LAPORAN KHAS
technological world, but in terms
of how we prepare children and
young people for their future.
New Developments
Thinking Skills
The International Thinking Skills
Conference 2014 which was held on
June 16 and 17 provided a platform for
educators to exchange ideas, information
and discuss new development that could
be incorporated in Thinking Schools.
Professor Steve Higgins, Durham
University speaking on the subject of
“Thinking and learning: skills for the 21st
Century” said while technology was
perhaps best understood as a tool for
teachers and for learners in supporting
their developing skills, knowledge and
understanding, it was also a key
challenge in terms of assessment and
understanding learners' progression in
different areas of thinking, and in relation
to specific curriculum goals as well as
wider challenges of educational
accountability.
“Like a spectre at the feast, assessment
influences both curriculum and pedagogy
in what is taught and how it is learned.
However, teaching for thinking and
developing the quality of learners’
thinking is central to the aims of
education, not just in terms of its utility,
or as a response to an increasingly
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“There is extensive evidence
for the importance of thinking
in the curriculum in terms of
developing meta-cognition and
self-regulation based on the
accumulated research evidence
summarised in Sutton Trust/EEF
Teaching and Learning Toolkit
(details in
http://educationendowmentfoundatio
n.org.uk/toolkit/).
“This highlights the utility of
developing these skills in terms of their
impact on key areas of the curriculum
such as literacy and numeracy. In the
current climate there is also pressure to
change educational goals in relation to
the increasing use of technology in
today’s globalised world or '21st Century
Skills', but this also needs some
challenge in terms of the teacher’s role
and assumptions about
what constitutes an
effective pedagogy
for developing
thinking,” he said.
approaches can be used to start lessons
with energy, focus, challenge and
thought.
The workshop on “Developing the
Thinking Teacher” which was moderated
by Rachael Walsh explored the changes
and shifts in attitudes that teachers
needed to adopt before asking children
to commit to developing their own
thinking.
“Exploration of how to develop ourselves
as thinking teachers will be the key,” she
said and provided the participants with
practical advice on how to overcome
barriers the thinking teacher may face.
Denise Shepherd’s workshop on
“From a Thinking School to a Thinking
Schools Trust – an exciting journey”
delved on trusts, academies, teaching
schools, support schools, federations,
sponsors and how to make a schools led
system really work.
The workshop led by
Richard Coe called
“Start to Think” was
interactive and
practical and
explored how a range
of thinking tools and
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LAPORAN KHAS
“We believe a possible direction is by
creating strong and permanent school
partnerships based on an educational
vision of a family of thinking schools
working together. We have a unique Trust
developed with support from Thinking
Schools International - all our schools are
committed to becoming accredited
thinking schools. We are not “corporate”
but believe this is an exciting and
innovative model. It has at its heart an
educational vision of planned cognitive
education raising standards and
underpinning school improvement,” she
said.
Dr. David Hyerle speaking on “Visual
Tools for Generative, Analytic and
Conceptual Thinking Designs for
Thinking” said depictions of people’s
experiences, ideas, and emotions as well
as content knowledge and thinking
processes have been created through
ancient cave drawings, cartography, road
maps and now GPS tools and brain
mapping.
“The uses of visual tools are many and
complex, literally ‘drawing’ out meaning
from our rich networking brains and
minds,” he said.
Bill Lowe speaking on “Managing
Creative Teams: Can Schools Learn from
Creative Industries?” said the generation
of new ideas and the translation of those
into action are seen as key goals in
industry.
“It is the same in forward thinking
education settings. It is argued that the
leadership of creative people needs
expertise,” he said. His workshop
explored the tactics used by successful
leaders when working on creative
projects in industry and identified the
strategies already being used and those
which can be adapted and the ones that
will never work for us.
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Malaysian
delegation visits
Thinking Schools
in the UK
Teresa Williams on
“Six Starting Points to
Becoming a Thinking
School” provided an
insight into the
framework developed
by Thinking Schools
International (TSI) to
support schools in
becoming “Thinking
Schools”.
“Schools developing
independent thinkers and
learners will already find
themselves engaged in
the Six Starting Points for
a Thinking School. The Six
Starting Points provide schools with
the means to evaluate current activities,
identify strategies for further
development and enable them to
consider where and how attention
should be focused,” she said.
The interactive workshop demonstrated
the Six Starting Points and show how
they create a climate in which
independent thinking may be grown and
sustained.
The Six Starting Points - Visual Mapping,
Reflective Questioning, Structuring the
Environment, Thinking Skills, Developing
Dispositions and Collaborative
Networking, are the first elements a
school needs to consider in order to
research, understand and become a fully
developed Thinking School. They are the
foundation upon which the TSI principle
of Growing Thinking Schools from The
Inside Out is predicated and enable
schools to follow a facilitated and
structured approach to preparing for
transformational cultural change.
A delegation from Agensi Inovasi
Malaysia and the Ministry of Education
visited the United Kingdom from June
14 to 20 to attend the International
Thinking Skills Conference. The
conference, in its sixth year, is a
well-established event attended by
hundreds of delegates from across the
globe.
The event was a good opportunity for
the i-THINKERS to further develop and
also enhance the i-THINK programme
in their schools. Additionally, it also
provided an opportunity to network
with other school representatives
interested in finding out more about
the whole school approach to the
teaching of thinking.
2013, drive teams from 1,000 schools
were trained in face-to-face workshops.
In 2014, 405,000 teachers from 9,000
schools began this journey using online
learning,” he said.
The delegation also visited three
Thinking Schools after the conference
to allow delegates the chance to
understand and experience how other
Thinking Schools manage their
teaching and learning.
The objective of the visit is for the
delegates to understand and
experience the thinking culture in the
Thinking Schools on the ground – the
Lionel Jackson from Agensi Inovasi
roles of leadership in instilling a culture
Malaysia presented a working paper
on “Thinking Tools become part of the of thinking and brings impact to
teaching and learning, how the
Malaysian Education Agenda” where
classroom, school, and surrounding
he spoke on Thinking Tools going
area is physically structured, and how
online for 450,000 teachers with the
creation of a Self-Instructional Module this bears on teachers, students,
parents and the community.
(SIM).
“Recognising that critical, analytical
and creative skills are crucial for the
emergence of a Thinking Society, AIM
introduced Thinking Tools as part of
the National Education Agenda. In
The schools visited were Penn Wood
Primary School, Slough, Wellington
Primary School, Hounslow and
Rochester Grammar School, Rochester.
There were more than 30 practical and
research based workshops, many led
by teachers from accredited Thinking
Schools.
This annual conference focused on the
latest developments in cognitive
education and provided the delegation
an opportunity to find out how schools
which have taken a whole school
approach to the teaching of thinking
have raised attainment, improved
motivation, concentration and
independent learning.
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pelaksanaan kaedah itu di sekolah lain,
Idris memberitahu, pihaknya amat
menggalakkan usaha tersebut namun
ia memerlukan kerjasama semua pihak
berikutan perbelanjaan yang tinggi.
“Kita menyokong penuh inisiatif ini,
namun ia boleh dilaksanakan
sekiranya mendapat kerjasama
daripada Persatuan Ibu Bapa dan
Guru (PIBG), pertubuhan bukan
kerajaan (NGO) termasuk swasta
untuk merealisasikannya.
“Mereka ini mungkin boleh
bersama-sama membantu dalam
soal kewangan dan ini merupakan
tanggungjawab bersama ke arah
memajukan sektor pendidikan,”
katanya.
Che Kamaliah, Pengetua Kolej Tunku
Kurshiah berkata “Kelas Masa Depan”
itu telah dimulakan sejak Februari lalu
melibatkan pengajaran serta
pembelajaran bagi pelajar tingkatan
satu dan dua di kolej berkenaan.
“Kaedah ini berupaya menjadikan guru
sebagai pengawal bahan pembelajaran,
di mana guru akan memilih bahan
bersesuaian untuk diajar menggunakan
aplikasi TKC dengan menarik, interaktif
dan berkesan.
“Apa yang menarik lagi, kaedah ini
menyediakan akses pendidikan moden,
sehingga kehadiran pelajar turut boleh
diakses pada hujung jari kerana setiap
pelajar akan diberi tablet ketika
menghadiri kelas,” katanya.
Tambah beliau, pemberian kerja rumah
juga akan dimuat naik sebelum pelajar
menghantar kepada guru untuk
semakan melalui e-mel.
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GALERI
Kursus
Pengenalan IBMYP
di SMKA Sheikh Abdul Malek, Terengganu
12
Future
Classroom
di Kolej Tunku Kursiah
Bandar Enstek, Nilai
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GALERI
International
Thinking Skills
Conference
Puan Saripah and
Puan Isnazhana from
the MoE presenting
a token of appreciation
to Dato' Seri Dr Kamal
Jit Singh, Special Advisor
to Agensi Inovasi
Malaysia
Thinking
Schools
visit
En Ezzat
presenting a token
to Ms Molly and her
student-officer
colleagues at
Rochester Grammar
School
Pn Laili presenting
a token to Ms Girlie
(headteacher of Penn
Wood Primary & Nursery
School) with Ms Evans
(Thinking Coordinator)
in attendance
Malaysian delegation
with Nicholas Symes,
Thinking Schools
International (TSI)
Global Trainer at the
Conference
Students Bhavika,
Alexandra, Baseera,
Kenechi and their
headteacher Ms Debbie
Norton at Wellington
Primary School
Malaysian delegation
with Damian Groark,
the presenter of
"Six Hat Thinking"
Workshop
Malaysian
delegation visiting
Penn Wood
Primary & Nursery
School, an accredited
Thinking School
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PEOPLE
Living at
Cause and
Not Effect
er
Sheila Singam, a former teache
turned trainer, writes about th e
b
need to live life at Cause and
in charge of your outcomes.
Many people look to others to make them happy, but
happiness does not come from outside. It doesn’t come
from living in a world that is as calm and dull as a glass
lake, with not a ripple to disturb our peace.
Happiness comes from embracing who we
are within, from loving ourselves and
looking at our circumstances, no
matter how painful, as the
opportunity to evolve into
better people.
Motivational speaker
and author Steve
Maraboli said,
“Happiness has to do
with your mindset,
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not with outside circumstance.” The
art of looking at tough times as an
opportunity to conquer a mountain
is called Living at Cause. The act of
blaming people and circumstances
for the pathetic people we may
have become is called Living at
Effect.
Which side of the equation do you
fall on? You may say, “Well, I live my
life 90 per cent at Cause and 10 per
cent at Effect”.
My reply to this is “Well, that’s
good… but not good enough. You
need to live your life 100 per cent at
Cause if you want to be in charge
of your outcomes.”
An amazing example of how to live
life at Cause is the motivational
speaker Nick Vujicic, who was
born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a
rare disorder characterised by the
absence of all four limbs. After
struggling for years with his
condition, he came to terms with it
and started Life Without Limbs, his
own non-profit organisation.
When a man with no arms and no
legs shows the able-bodied how to
live life to the fullest despite
limitations, we really have no
excuse not to do likewise.
So what do you do the next time
you complain that bad things are
happening to you because you have
no luck?
You remember that you have a
choice. You have the choice to
decide that the day is going to be a
good one because you said so.
There is no such thing as bad luck,
only a bad attitude and poor
choices that are limiting you from
achieving your full potential and
becoming the human being you
want.
Many of us believe we cannot
change, that we cannot
adapt to our circumstances
to emerge strong. The fact
is, we all have the potential
to be and do whatever we
want. You and I have been
blessed with immeasurable
power to make positive changes
in our lives.
It’s a tough journey to
believing that but a
highly empowering
and rewarding
one. When you
operate 100 per
cent at cause, then
nothing can truly
steal your peace.
Someone yells bad
words at you, you have
a choice to not react
and let the words slide
away without stinging
you. If you choose to
get upset, then you give
power to the other
person.
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LEARNING
ASIA
AFRICA
NORTH AMERICA
SOUTH AMERICA
EUROPE
AUSTRALASIA
ANTARTICA
ARGENTINA
BOLIVIA
BRAZIL
CHILE
COLUMBIA
ECUADOR
GUYANA
PARAGUAY
PERU
SURINAME
URUGUAY
VENEZUELA
Revisiting
Brace Maps
Examples of
Brace Maps
What are plants made up of?
The Brace Map is used to analyse the component parts of physical objects and also to identify the spatial
relationships of parts to the whole object.
When constructing a Brace Map students write the name of the whole project on the line to the left and on the lines
within the first brace to the right write the major parts of the object then follow within the next set of braces with
the component parts of each major part.
Digestive
Circulator
BODY SYSTEM
Respiratory
Nervous
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{
{
{
{
Leaf
Mouth
Esophagus
Stomach
Intestines
Cylinders
PLANT
{
Root
Transmission
Petiole
Blade
CAR
Stem
Heart
Veins
Arteries
Nose
Lungs
Trachea
Engine
Pistons
Valves
Stamen
This is a great thinking map to help students visualise all the components in something. In the classroom, students
can use a brace map to describe the parts of the year, parts of an animal, parts of a plant, parts of the world and also
parts of different systems, like the body system and the solar system. An example of a Brace Map is:
What are parts and subparts of a body system?
Petal
Pistil
Flower
The Brace Map must be used with concrete objects in order to identify the physical parts of the whole object and
they almost always use nouns within the map because the purpose is to name the parts of one concrete object. The
map is great for vocabulary development because specific words are needed to label the parts.
What are the different
components that make up a car?
Torque
converter
Disc brake
Brake
system
Brake pedal
Ignition
system
Distributor
Primary
root
Root
hairs
Gear
Master
Cylinder
Ignition
wires & coil
Brain
Spinal Cord
Nerves
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LEARNING
WASH UP
BREAKFAST
GET DRESSED
UNIFORM
LEAVE HOUSE
SOCKS & SHOES
Revisiting
Flow Maps
Examples of
Flow Maps
Eggs
The Flow Map is used for sequencing the stages and sub-stages of an event, identify the steps in the process and in
ordering information. They can be used to explain the order of events.
What is the life
cycle of a mosquito?
In the Flow Map, the students write the name of the event and the rectangles flow from left to right. The Flow Maps
can be drawn horizontally, vertically or in any direction as long as each stage is drawn in a box and connected with
an arrow.
It can be used to plot a story, show historical events in sequences, in problem solving in mathematics, identify stages
of a life cycle and more.
Adult
Larva
What are the processes in writing an essay?
RESEARCH
THE TOPIC
WRITE THE
ESSAY
NOTE DOWN
THE MAIN
POINTS
REVISE AND
CHECK ALL
FACTS
Pupa
DO A
DRAFT
How do you solve a problem in the design stage of a product?
SUBMIT
THE ESSAY
1.
Identify the
Problem
6.
Select an
Approach
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2.
Identify
Criteria and
Constraints
7.
Build a
Model or
Prototype
3.
Brainstorm
Possible
Solutions
4.
Generate
Ideas
5.
Explore
Possibilities
8.
Refine the
Design
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Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2015:
Initiatives Show Encouraging Results
Details Published on Tuesday, 17 June 2014
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysia Education
Blueprint 2013-2015 saw encouraging results
and performance since its implementation a
year ago.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin
Yassin said out of the 25 initiatives that were
introduced in 2013, some have seen
encouraging results.
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He said: "A total of 12 initiatives have seen
positive and significant performance since the
education blueprint was introduced."
The blueprint was officially launched on
September 6, 2013, although several main
initiatives were already introduced at the early of the year.
Muhyiddin, who is also Education Minister, said among the initiatives that have achieved positive
results were among others pre-school enrolment, vocational education transformation plan, higher
order thinking skills, literacy and numeracy skills (Linus), and English Language Teachers Proficiency
(ProELT).
He had earlier launched the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2015 report card which outlined the
achievements and rooms for improvement that is needed for the education sector.
--New Straits Times
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Lengkapkan Peta Alir yang memberikan jawapan kepada soalan di bawah. Murid
dikehendaki menghantar jawapan yang betul untuk soalan pertama bagi mendapatkan
soalan seterusnya. Setiap jawapan yang betul akan dibalas dengan soalan susulan
sehingga Peta Alir selesai. Murid yang telah melengkapkan Peta Alir perlu menulis
slogan tidak lebih daripada 30 patah perkataan mengenai pendapat anda tentang
program i-THINK. Tarikh tutup peraduan ini adalah pada 31 Ogos 2014.
ARKIB : 02/07/2014
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ok tunggu PT
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By ROZANNA LATIFF
AND BALQIS LIM
Soalan 1
KUALA LUM
PUR 1 Julai Pentaks
pelajar dengan
rasa 'teruja' lebih iran Tingkatan 3 (PT3)
yang bermula
memerlukan
-lebih lagi bagi
mereka mem
semalam disa
mata pelajara
buat kajian seca
mbut
ra berkumpulan n Sejarah dan Geografi
yang
.
Tinjauan Utu
san Malaysia
di sekolah-seko
sudah bersedia
lah di seluruh
dengan siste
negara mendapa
m peperiksaan
baharu ini.
ti kebanyakan
pelajar
Pelajar Sekolah
Menengah Keb
berkata, ujia
n PT3 amat berb angsaan (SMK) Tanah Puti
h, Kuantan, Liow
eza dengan pepe
riksaan yang
Yit Ching, 15,
"Saya tidak pern
pernah diam
biln
ah membuat
ya sebelum ini.
tugasan yang
boleh mengum
kata cikgu sepe
pul maklumat
di luar waktu
rti `di universi
pengajian dan
ti' yang mana
pembelajaran.
kami
"Ini merupakan
sesuatu yang
berkumpulan
baharu bagi
saya
tetapi hasil kerj
a mestilah send . Kami juga dibenarkan mem
iri," katanya
buat kajian seca
ketika ditemui
Rakannya, S.
ra
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perhatian kepa
berkata, ujia
n ini tidak mem
da pembelajara
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terlibat serta
n saya kerana
membimbing
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an guru-guru
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Sementara itu
akan
di JOHOR, pela
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jar tingkatan
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peperiksaan
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Alez
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kepada
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nakan pendekat
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kes," katanya.
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rah
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an
Bagi rakanny
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semua pelajar
tentang siste
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sudah diberika
baharu itu.
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ang pelajar Ora
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ifli
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Sultan Tajul
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Ariffin, Manong
k bergiat akti
hari ini, mem
penilaian siste
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,
beri lebih ruan
m baharu itu.
luar di sekolah
g
kerana ia juga
termasuk dala
Katanya, cara
m
pem
terlalu tertekan belajaran sedemikian mem
.
buatkan pela
jar merasa lebih
selesa dan tida
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k
menjawab pepe ru ini membolehkan sem
ua itu dilakuk
riksaan dengan
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penilaian aspe
bang. Jika tida
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k mampu
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at pihak seko
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da
Sementara itu
di SARAWAK,
pelajar tingkata
Kuching, Clar
a Jane berkata,
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PT3 dilihat tida
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unan Iban dari
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SMK Batu Lint
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ang,
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ketika ditemui
melihat PT3
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.
yang diperken
puan kepada
alkan
kefahaman dan
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lebih
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n meningkatka
n minda dan
pasti kelemah
kemahiran berf
an yang ada
daripada awa
ikir kita, di sam
l lagi.
ping dapat men
"Guru dapat
genal
mengenal past
i kele
bagi mendapa
t keputusan yang mahan pelajar dan kita
dapa
t memperbaiki
lebih baik," ujar
nya dalam PT3
nya.
Siti Nurul Abd
ilah pula berk
ata, ujian baha
pelajar menjadi
ru itu dilihat
lebih baik buk
diperkenalka
an hanya dari
n bagi
pada segi akad
emik malah kem membolehkan
"PT3 dikataka
n dapat mem
ahiran lain.
buat
proses pengajar
kan pelajar untu
an dan pembela
k berfikir pada
jaran.
tahap yang ting
gi lagi dalam
"Pelajar tidak
hanya dinilai
pada peperiks
ujarnya.
aan tetapi juga
tugasan dan
kajian lapanga
n,"
Seorang lagi
pelajar Matteus
Lim berkata,
setiap pelajar
sistem penilaian
mengetahui
mereka berada
mengikut ban
di tahap man
d akan membole
a.
"Pelajar boleh
hkan
memperbaiki
kelemahan diri
walaupun mem
agar mendapa
erlukan masa
t keputusan yang
untuk membias
akan diri den
gan ujian baha lebih baik
ru ini," katanya.
Tahun 2014 ialah Tahun
Melawat Malaysia. Pada
tahun bilakah kali
terakhir acara ini
diadakan sebelum ini?
Soalan 2
Soalan 3
Soalan 4
Soalan 5
Soalan 6
Soalan 7
Soalan 8
Soalan 9
Soalan 10
Soalan 11
Soalan 12
Soalan 13
Soalan 14
SLOGAN
Tulis slogan yang tidak melebihi 30 patah perkataan mengenai
pendapat anda tentang program i-THINK.
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Tarikh tutup peraduan ini dilanjutkan sehingga 31 Ogos 2014. Murid-murid yang mengambil bahagian dalam
Peraduan HOTS ini dikehendaki menghantar semua jawapan dan slogan sebelum akhir tarikh ini dan seorang murid
akan memenangi satu Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.
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Soalan 3
Apakah yang
dimakan oleh
beruang panda?
If a deaf person has
to go to court, is it
still called a
hearing?
Soalan 1
I am not alive but
I grow, I don’t
have lungs, but I
need air, I don’t
have a mouth but
water kills me.
What am I?
Soalan 4
Pernahkah ikan
dahaga? Beri
penerangan untuk
jawapan anda.
Soalan 5
Why can't we sneeze
with our eyes open?
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