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STEM way to better English

SIBU: Teaching STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in English will be a more effective way to address the declining standard of the English language among students in the country, according to Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia (PAGE) founder Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim

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Urgent need to improve English

KUCHING: The state Education, Science and Technological Research Ministry will undertake a study to assess the level of proficiency and usage of English among students in the state.


Holding out for English language policy that sticks

THE faltering standards of the English language in Malaysia has been cause for concern among parents for the past decade or so.


Students invest time and effort to improve their English

DESPITE learning English as his first language, Ryan Khoo Sheng Xian’s parents were adamant in wanting him to gain better exposure to the language outside of school.


For better English

MOST parents are in favour of urgent calls made by several prominent figures for English language proficiency to be made a top priority in the country.


Support for Johor Sultan’s comment on use of English

SIBU: Sacred Heart Old Students Association here fully supports the call made by the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim IbniAlmarhum Sultan Iskandar, for the use of English as the medium of instruction in schools.


Teachers in Sarawak urged to use English more widely

MIRI: Teachers in both government and private schools in Sarawak need to use the English language more widely, especially with their students, in order to boost the command of the language.


Helping to raise the standard of English

RETAIL bookstore chain Borders has two key concerns. The first is getting more Malaysians to pick up a book and read, and the second is increasing the level of proficiency in English.


Fatimah: English just as important

KUCHING: Sarawak’s Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister indicates the state will not back down from its English as the second official language policy.


Enriching English camp for secondary students

FIFTY-nine lower secondary students from SMK Sentosa, Kampar, had an enriching learning experience during the EXtra English (Exe) Camp recently.