Archives for November 23, 2020

☕ Virtual Coffee Session #8 ☕

Knowledge Sharing Session with the Supervisor Series

Coffee session

❇️What is employability?

❇️What has it got to do with English?

❇️Why should I as a student know about this?

Join this session as Dr Seriaznita provides insights into her research on employability and English, the vision of her research, theories and literature review that help facilitate an understanding of this issue within the Malaysian higher learning education context.

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An Investigation Of The Lexical Difficulty In Narrating The Sexual Abuse Experience By The Underage Occupants of A Selected Shelter Home

This is an article written collaboratively with my like-minded friends Raj Ali Zahid Elley of KUIS, Norsalina Salim of Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development, Assoc Prof Dr Sarimah Shamsudin of Language Academy, FSSH UTM Kuala Lumpur, and Adzlin Nawi of UTMSPACE, Residensi UTMKL. It’s a labour out of our passion in preserving the safety of young children from the prey of pedophiles lurking everywhere out there. Enjoy reading it HERE.

Looking for ideas to teach paragraph writing (Pt. 1)

Description of the Quiz:

A paragraph or a section is broken into a few sections which are then scrambled up and labelled as O, P, Q, R, S etc. The quiz participant is required to put these sentences into a correct arrangement to form a cohesive paragraph and then select the right sequence from the given choices.
Rearrangement of Jumbled parts is one kind of language capability test question. It is a competitive quiz to test the candidates’ capacity to comprehend the sentences in English and develop a cohesive paragraph.

Read more HERE.

For the love of your pet

A man risked his life to save that of his beloved puppy’s from the grip of an alligator, and it was all recorded by a nearby surveillance camera. Thankfully, both man and canine are OK.

The dramatic encounter in an Estero neighborhood was caught on record thanks to a partnership between the Florida Wildlife Federation and the fSTOP Foundation.

Richard Wilbanks says his instincts and adrenaline kicked in when a gator snatched his dog, Gunner, and dragged him into a pond. He immediately jumped into the water to save his pet.

Wilbanks he called the encounter a learning experience.

Read more HERE.

We’re so unworthy of Belyash, the Russian cat

via The Daily Mail:

Belyash the cat, from Moscow, cannot stand sour cream, according to its owners. In a video showing the fluffy white moggy sitting on a patterned blanket, its owner places an opened pot in front of it. The cat appears to have a concerned expression as the pot is brought towards it – even looking away. But its natural curiosity means it can’t resist leaning in to give the substance a sniff.

Too cute for words 😀