..Monthly Perdana Programme: Yasin and Tahlil Recitation May 2010..

the autumn is coming to the end. The winter is happily breezing out to give the damn cold to everyone of us here in Sydney. Have a look guys, the power of The Creator that control all the things around us..

As for May 2010, Cohort 1 Macquarie in collaboration with Religion Bureau had organised the first official monthly " Yasin and Tahlil Recitation May 2010"

the objectives of this event were:
1) to gather 58 of us again as to strengthen the harmonious relationship / 'ukhuwah' as the ambassador of Malaysia.
2) to reflect ourselves anD see think the relationship with The Lord that always give us space and time to breath as a human being.
3) providing a small feast (moreh) of traditional cuisine for 58 of us.


Farid was giving 'tazkirah' for the night..

the details of the events were as follow:
Date: 20th May 2010 (Thursday)

Time : 6.30p.m - 9.00 p.m.
6.30 - Jemaah Isya' Prayer (muslimin at 129/ muslimat at 193)
7.00 - Yasin & Tahlil Recitaion Programme ( all gather at unit 193)
7.30 - Tazkirah
7.45 - Small feast/ 'moreh'

Venue: Unit 193, Macquarie University Village

cohort leader, Afiq Ibrahim was leading the cohort meeting after the tahlil..


the girls were listening, while waiting for the moreh..:)

this event was successfully held with good cooperation among the cohort members. furthermore, we finally had our cohort meeting that involved not all, but most of the members of cohort 1. many issues, questions, info had been raised up during the meeting gradually from each bureaus and other members. 'MOreh' was beutifully done with Roti Kari as the traditional menu for that night...haha..not to forget, small celebration of Kak Jen's birthday that finally turn 22..Hepi Birthday Jenny!!..


and also happy birthday to Myra(16/5) Razeen (16/5), Syue(17/5), Syamim(23/5), Rinie(24/5) and Asreen (coming soon 31/5)

good luck with the LING218 assignment guys!..have fun..
cheers..adieu...

Good teachers are costly, but bad teachers cost more. ~Bob Talbert~

...Happy Teacher's Day 2010!...

Happy Teachers' Day to all teachers, wherever you may be on Teacher's Day!
Today, 16th of May is Teachers' Day back in Malaysia.

To all our beloved lecturers in Penang, we wish you Happy Teachers' Day and thanks for helping us to learn from yesterday and live for today. You have taught us all of these!!
Ohh.. don't you know how much that your children (58 of us) really really miss you?. Behold:

You are the one who inspires us for better human being,
purpose designed for life that we seem all too unclear.

You are like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others

When it comes to teaching,
no one can compete with you.

You are the one who shaped and
are responsible in making us capable citizens of this world.

Madam Lee, Mr Teoh, Mr. Retnakumar, Mr. Goh, Madam Ong, Mr. Jamal
(don't have pitcures of them)

They inspired us to help others learn. Looking back, they made a world of a difference for us and for so many people. Guess that's pretty much why we want to be a teacher.;)

Thus, lets us pay respect to these wonderful, loving and caring lecturers through our prayers and wishes.


A very Happy Teachers Day to all of you!!!!!

video

"Those who educate children well are more to be honored than parents, for these only gave life, those the art of living well." - Aristotle

..KuLiaH oNLiNe eVery Fortnightly..


*this post is for attention of MUslim members..

Assalamualaikum w.b.t.
In conjunction of minor activity by Religion Bureau, with permission of Cohort leader, the Bureau would like you to spend time together on Saturday evening for a amusing KULIAH ONLINE...
As you all know, it is also in your facebook event that is invited by Atiqah Sham..
so, here is just a warm announcement to those who are interested to listen to it and perhaps take note and share with the rest of member. the primary aim is to aware of the issues happened nowadays and ho we,as Muslims live together, seeking for the His blessing and guidances in this adventurous world..

the details of the event is as below..




KULIAH ONLINE!!
Tajuk: "IndahnyaHidup Andai Tuhan Dikenali"

Jemputan: Mohd Ikhwan bin A
hmad Zhaki,
Sarjana Muda Sains, Universiti Adelaide(2009-2011)

Tarikh: 15 Mei 2010
Waktu: 6.00 petang waktu Malaysia, 8.00 malam waktu Melbourne & Adelaide

Medium: Paltalk (add: intelek_anz)

Jom Dengar- dengar!!



so, any questions or inquiries can be directly asked to Religion Bureau ( Razeen, Atiqah Sham and Akmar Syazni)..
till then, adieu~

What the teacher is, is more important than what he teaches. ~Karl Menninger~

..DuMb DaMn AssiGnmeNtssss~~..



it was the end for April!!!..the assignment dues was too near!!!..freaking nervous..last minutes works...interviewss... researches...podcast...cornell's notes...wat else?..huhu.. .

this was the most busiest week of the semester where we had to turn in 3 assignments from our 3 core subjects on 3 different days in 1 week..
with LING 218 (grammar & meaning ) on 3rd may, Monday followed by..
EDUC 258 (mathematics for primary teaching) on 5th may, Tuesday and finally
EDUC 260 (language literacy and learning) on last Friday, 7th may..
it's all hectic though!...

no matter what, it is now over..only major assignment for LING 218 upon the topic of experiential function left..all the best for the rest of cohort 1 members...gambate!..

till then, adieu~~

A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. ~Henry Brooks Adams~

..AutuMn PotLuck PicNic 2010..

for now, the council had come out with an awesome activity just for cohort 1 to have time and relax themselves and mingle around with 57 of us again!!..



it's AUTUMN ATTACK!!!!..So everyone did not just stick with your assignmentssss and bookksss...snap your finger!..the autumn is good, the sun is so bright!!!...so everyone had come and entertain themselves to the first " AUTUMN POTLUCK PICNIC 2010"!!!!!...

All cohort members were also required to take part in the traditional games..the aims of this games if to have fun and release the tensions after working hard on the assignments..no pain no gain..this traditional games was conducted by sport & recreational bureau..

*Fyi, 'POTLUCK' is kinda a small feast where each of person will bring their own food and share with others..so they will have variety of foods for the feast.

this event was held at Macquarie University fountain, just behind the food hub..around 2.30 pm, most of the members were already there. SO, to make this 'POTLUCK PICNIC' more happening, each of the houses/units were required to bring their own delicious spectacular menus/foods to the picnic (e.g spaghetti, pasta, chocolate cake, cheese cake, cekodok pisang diva,etc..)..from this, we had variety of foods and at the same time, sharing what are the secret recipes that they have been using all this while...hehe..:D....there lotsa lotsa lotsa foodddddssss..(u name it..it's tooo many..)..

before the event started, we did have asar prayer ber'jemaah' and short 'tazkirah' from the religion bureau..then, the party started!!!!!!...


eat....

and eat....


and eat..

and pose!..

after tired of eating so many foods, then it came to traditional games which called 'BALING SELIPAR'..the sweet adorable boys and girls of future teachers were divided into several groups to compete with each other..(damn excited with cheerssss!~~~auuww~~~)haha..

groups' pose~


1 Malaysia : Malay, Chinese n Indian play 'baling selipar' >.<


unfortunately, we cant make it to the final game due to cloudy raining..after all, we had so much fun and joy of the day..can gather 57 of us and spend enjoyable moment as a group again!!!..finally, group picture~~~~~~~~~~~~ >.<



looking forward for the next potluck..hehe..till then, adieu~~

Most teachers have little control over school policy or curriculum or choice of texts or special placement of students, but most have a great deal of autonomy inside the classroom. To a degree shared by only a few other occupations, such as police work, public education rests precariously on the skill and virtue of the people at the bottom of the institutional pyramid. ~Tracy Kidder~
abcs