Tuesday, December 30, 2008

PMR 2008 - Congratulations & Well Done

Congratulations for an excellent result for English PMR. This year, the result has increased 9.27% as comparison to last year's result.111 students scored A for English while 6 others scored B. Thank you for the tireless effort and commitment shown by all the English teachers. A job well done guys! We did it again.

Friday, November 21, 2008

I am looking For a Teacher

I am looking for a teacher
Who is beautiful inside
Honest with the students
Giving them a sense of pride

I am looking for a teacher
With a healthy self esteem
Who clearly states the rules
And doesn’t have to scream

I am looking for a teacher
Who creatively prepares
But Whose first priority
Is to convey that she cares

I am looking for a teacher
Who is interested, not aloof
Who treat her students with respect
Even when they goof

I am looking for a teacher
Who knows how to laugh and smile
Who enjoys what she’s doing
And goes the extra miles

I am looking for a teacher
Who believes all students can learn
Who praises their efforts and talents
They give their best return

I am looking for a teacher
Who communicates with parents well
Gently and carefully selecting words
When there’s problem to tell

I am looking for a teacher
Who will fill a child with desire
To love to learn more every day
With curiosity that won’t tire

I am looking for a teacher
Who encourages children to have a dream
To work at solving problems
Building their self esteem

There are some teachers out there
The kind I am looking for
For their student’s success
They have opened the door.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Thank you and Good Bye

The English Department of MOZAC would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to 2 English teachers who are transfering to Kulai Johor and Seremban following their husbands. Our dedicated and committed Head Panel, Puan Haniza Ahmad who had served the school for 10 years will be teaching at SMK Munshi Abdullah, Kulai.A great loss indeed but we would like to wish her all the best at her new school and thank you for all that she had done here. She will be greatly missed by all.

Meanwhile, Puan Faizahanim who had been here for only a year had also contributed much to the department. She was the teacher in charge of the Shell - NST Young Inventor Award competition which won the second place recently. We hope that she will use the experiences that she gained here to be a better teacher at her new school.

ARENA Debate Showcase

MOZAC hosted the ARENA Debate Showcase by Nanyang Girls' Highschool, Singapore on 13th November 2008. 5 other residential schools were invited to watch and learn about the ARENA Debate. The Schools are STAR, SDAR,KUSES, SERATAS & SMAP (K). Officers from SBP & Cluster School Division,MOE and 6 debate technical officers were also present.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

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MOZAC in the news (NST)

Young minds prove their mettle
By : Teresa Yong

KUALA LUMPUR: The inventors may be young, but their creations may prove to be ageless. For budding inventor and participant of the Shell-NST Young Inventors Award 2008, Saeshan Pillai, the motto for creating an aircraft that runs on a renewable source of energy was "Make it Fly".

His idea was to invent a plane that would be powered by the sun's energy, which is absorbed by a solar panel and is stored in a specially-adapted battery."I got the idea of creating the mini plane from watching a movie," said the 11-year-old.
Persevering through trial and error, Saeshan finally created his mini plane with the support of his dad, Selvaraju Pillai, a human resource director in a chemical company.

In the secondary school category, SMK King George V, Seremban, Negri Sembilan, emerged champion. Comprising of Timothy Kwan Joon Ming, Puay Sheng Hwa, both 18, and 16-year-olds Lee Yin Yin and Marya Suflin Muhamad Halim Shah, the team cooked up the winning Georgian Solar Cooker made from recycled materials and costing only about RM10.

It is touted to be 3E-effective, economical and environment-friendly, as well as portable.Kwan said the partially panelled and parabolic cooker works on the concept of light reflection. Sunlight is concentrated in a cooking area and then reflected to the cooking pot. At the presentation, they showed a video clip of how they cooked various dishes, from eggs to chicken curry, using their invention.The only drawback is that the cooker does not work on a cloudy day and it took three to four hours to cook chicken curry, said Yin Yin, who turned 16 yesterday.

Second prize winners were the four-member team from SMK Muzaffar Syah, Malacca, who invented the Midori Table and third place went to the four-girl team from SMK Sultan Ibrahim, Johor Baru, Johor, for their Solar Fan cum Energy Storage.

SMK Kolombong, Inaman, Sabah, which invented the Hydro-Wind Generator; Malay College Kuala Kangsar, Perak, which created the Modern Solar Dryer (soldra); SMK Tasik Damai, Ipoh, Perak, which came up with the Vacuum-Fire Extinguisher, SMK Convent, Ipoh, Perak, which put together the Hydrojuicer, were awarded consolation prizes of RM500, a trophy and certificates.

NIE manager Mary Chandapillai said the Award was a celebration of creativity and the culmination of a series of workshops held nationwide from June 24 to 30 on the theme "Can Technology Save Our Planet?"Sixty entries were received and 10 finalists were selected and given RM200 seed money to come up with workable prototypes.

Chief judge Ahmad Zahir commented that the participants achieved a certain high standard, but some of them needed to develop their hypotheses more clearly.
"Your creative idea should be simple and very clear. It is not necessary for it to be sophisticated." While some schools were good in presenting their ideas, others needed to improve their presentation, he added.

Shell Malaysia corporate affairs general manager Datuk Wahiruddin Abdul Wahid said Shell was committed to supporting R&D in education through innovation and technology to reduce waste.He thanked NST for creating climate change awareness that resulted in "wonderful, inspiring supplements written by students".He added that the award was a fine example of encouraging our youths and rewarding them for thinking out of the box.NST group editor Datuk Syed Nadzri Syed Harun was also present at the ceremony.

Monday, November 3, 2008


The Young Inventors - Azizi, Amir,Afiq, Emir, Faiz, Adli, Nazirul Syafiq and Amira Syakira

Yes indeed they made us proud. The school's F1 team once again bagged 2 awards out of 14. They were awarded with The Best Newcomer Award and The Best Team Identity Award. Meanwhile,the Neo NASA team of the Shell - NST Young Inventors Competition won the second place in the competition. Their invention is The Midori table.The English department is indeed very happy to have helped the participants win both the competitions. We went through their brochures, proposal papers and even coached and polished their presentation. Thanks to Puan Ivy, Puan Haidah, Puan Hanizah, Puan Faizahanim and Puan Norizah for their continuos support and comittment

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Good Luck and Make Us Proud

This week we will be sending two teams out for competitions at National Level. In both of the competitions, the English Department is helping to prepare the students for their presentations. To the MOZAC F1 team and The Midori Table - NST Shell Young Inventors team, GOOD LUCK and ALL THE BEST.

A Friend

Monday, October 27, 2008

The new look of language lab

The language lab has been upgraded this year so that students will have a more comfortable place to learn.It has new curtains,skirtings and new tiles. The room is also given a new tv, a panaboard (electonic board) and a new coat of paint. It is hoped that both teachers abd students will enjoy the new facilities and together keep its cleanliness

Monday, October 13, 2008

The Sekhar Foundation - Edusmith National Essay Writing Competition 2008

MOZAC sent 5 students to take part in The Sekhar Foundation - Edusmith National Essay Writing Competition 2008. The students attended a free seminar entitled The Power to Succeed.The competition and seminar was held at Nilai College.The school was represented by:

1. Danie Aswad b. Mohamed Salim
2. Muhammad Afiq Razali
3. Muhammad Azli Hisyam Abdul Aziz
4. Fatin Nasyra Mohd Hadtamizi
5. Nur Afiqah Syazwani Abu Johan

The teacher in charge was Pn. Haniza Ahmad. the results of the competition will be announced on a later date

Monday, October 6, 2008

Word Riddle

Hi, welcome back to school. It's time to stay focus as exams are around the corner. Here is something fun to try.

Word riddle

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Merdeka Message Writing Competition - results

Congratulations to all winners of the merdeka message writing competition.

Top 5 winners:
1. Hafiz Burkhan - 5 Alpha
2. Muhammad Asyraf Arif Abdullah - 5 Alpha
3. Zul Farahin Zulkifli - 2 Alpha
4. Girivashini Gayathri Komaran - 3 Alpha
5. Siti Nadira Rasip - 2 Alpha

6. Muhammad Azfar Adam - 3 Beta
7. Noor Farahin Md Lazi - 2 Beta
8. Nor Athina Muntaha - 5 Alpha
9. Ahmad Muthiain Mohd Harizan - 2 Beta
10. Nurul Adibah Mokhtar - 2 Beta

All winners receives an interesting book to be read. The first prize winner wins a hamper and a book. Congratulations again and enjoy reading!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Shell-NST Young Inventors Contest

Congratulations to Midori Table Project Team for making the final cut of 10 teams which will be competing for the grand prize in October. For the final, they will turn their proposal to realistic invention. They will have to present a prototype and demonstrate their practicality before a panel of judges in Kuala Lumpur. The English language Department is working with the Physic Department to prepare the students for the competition. Good luck and all the best.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Superb Clock

You have never seen a clock like this before.
Look real close and read what it is telling you.


Tuesday, August 26, 2008

A Quick 5 mins Laugh

Just for laugh. Cheers
Teacher : History is a very interesting subject. It tells you about what had happened in the
Student : Please teacher, I don't think I want to study history.
Teacher : Why?
Student : There is no future in it
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Teacher : Ted, if your father has $10 and you ask him for $6, how much would your father still have?
Ted : $10.
Teacher : You don't know maths.
Ted : You don't know my father!
............ ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ........
Mother : David, come here.
David : Yes, mum?
Mother : You really disappoint me. Your results are getting worse.
David : But I will only get my report book tomorrow.
Mother : I know that. But I am going to Hong Kong tomorrow, so I am scolding you now. ............ ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ........
Father : Why did you fail your mathematics test?
Son : On Monday, teacher said 3+5=8
Father : So?
Son : On Tuesday, she said 4+4=8 And on Wednesday, she said 6+2=8. If she can't make up her mind, how do I know the right answer?
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A mother and son were doing dishes while the father and daughter were watching TV in the living room. Suddenly, there was a loud crash of breaking plates, then complete silence. The daughter turned to look at her father.
Daughter : It's mummy!
Father : How do you know?
Daughter : She didn't say anything.
............ ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ........
Girl: Do you love me?
Boy: Yes Dear
Girl: Would you die for me?
Boy: No, mine is undying love
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Man: How old is your father?
Boy: As old as me
Man: How can that be?
Boy: He became a father only when I was born
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Teacher : Simon, your composition on "My Dog" is exactly the same as your brother's. Did u copy his? Simon : No, teacher, it's the same dog!
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Teacher: "Where were u born?"
Student: " Singapore , Sir."
Teacher: "Which part?"
Student: "All of me, Sir."
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Teacher: "How come you do not comb your hair?"
Ah Kow: "No comb, Sir."
Teacher: "Use your dad's then."
Ah Kow: "No hair, Sir."
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A boy came home from school with his exam results."What did u get?" asked his father. "My marks are under water," said the boy."What do u mean 'under water'?""They are all below 'C' (sea) level"

Monday, August 25, 2008

YES DEAR - 25 Aug 2008

A Million Dollar Lesson
by : Petey Parker

A cab driver taught me a million dollar lesson in customer satisfaction and expectation. Motivational speakers charge thousands of dollars to impart his kind of training to corporate executives and staff. It cost me a $12 taxi ride. I had flown into Dallas for the sole purpose of calling on a client. Time was of the essence and my plan included a quick turnaround trip from and back to the airport. A spotless cab pulled up.

The driver rushed to open the passenger door for me and made sure I was comfortably seated before he closed the door. As he got in the driver's seat, he mentioned that the neatly folded Wall Street Journal next to me for my use. He then showed me several tapes and asked me what type of music I would enjoy.

Well! I looked around for a "Candid Camera!" Wouldn't you? I could not believe the service I was receiving! I took the opportunity to say, "Obviously you take great pride in your work. You must have a story to tell." "You bet," he replied, "I used to be in Corporate America. But I got tired of thinking my best would never be good enough. I decided to find my niche in life where I could feel proud of being the best I could be.

I knew I would never be a rocket scientist, but I love driving cars, being of service and feeling like I have done a full day's work and done it well. I evaluate my personal assets and... wham! I became a cab driver.

One thing I know for sure, to be good in my business I could simply just meet the expectations of my passengers. But, to be GREAT in my business, I have to EXCEED the customer's expectations! I like both the sound and the return of being 'great' better than just getting by on 'average'" Did I tip him big time? You bet! Corporate America's loss is the traveling folk's friend!
· Go an Extra Mile when providing any Service to others.
· The is no good or bad job. You can make any job good.
· Good service always brings good return.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

PMR & SPM Trial - Melaka


The Olympic is just over, but there's something we all can learn from it. Here is what I found on the internet.

An Olympic Lesson in Motivation:

The saying goes: The expert in anything was once a beginnerin everything. Truer words were never spoken. But this isn't what we see. This isn't what we feel when we watch these Olympians. It isn't what we think when we watch any expert or great success. We see the finished product, shining brightly in designer packaging. We see triumph and achievement, not training. We see the riches, not the rags. And this, as much as anything else, is why motivation - that inner drive that carries us toward all we desire - continuesto escape us. Today that comes to an end. Today I will open your eyes to a new way of viewing the changes you wish to carry out and the challenges that are attempting to stop you. The Olympians we admire might possess unique physical talentand natural gifts, but that inner fire that compels them forward is within us all. It's time to set it free.

Friday, August 22, 2008

PMR Writing Workshop

As preparation for Malacca Trial & PMR, the form three students were given a writing workshop by Pn Norasyikin Hg on 18 August 2008. The students were exposed to various ways of writing techniques to further streghthen their writing skills. The students worked in groups to complete the tasks and did peer evaluation. They were assisted by all the form 3 teachers - En. Ahmad Rizal, Pn. Sinarsuria, Pn. Norizah & Pn. Faizahanim. The four - hour workshop ended at 12.30. Hopefully, the students will do their best in the trial and PMR

Thursday, August 14, 2008

English Drama Competition - State Level

Story of a Prince was the title of the drama staged by MOZAC at the State level Drama Competition 2008. The all boys team of MOZAC won the third place in that competition. The drama crew were :
1. Danie Aswad Salim- narrator
2. Ruzaidi Ruslan- wicked minister
3. Muhammad Afiq Leman - Sultan
4. Abd Muiz Aziz - pirate 1
5. Muhammad Zubair Khalid - pirate 2
6. Muhammad Arif Kassim - good minister
7. Noorfaizul Norhaidi - prince
8. Mohammad Nadzwan Ahmad - guard 1
9. Syed Aidarus Syed Alwee -Chief pirate
10. Mohammad Azim Adam - guard 2
11. Muhammad Norfahmi Ghani - prince's friend
12. Ahmad Fauzul Azim Ayob - ' silat sifu '
13. Ahmad Naim Suhaimi - guard 3
14. Akmal Arif Razali - prop man
15. Muhammad Afiq Razali - prop man

Merdeka Day Message Writing Competition 2008

Malaysia is going to celebrate her 51 years of independence.
Write a message to express your wish/wishes for your country.

Rules and Regulations:-
1. The message can be in any written form – poem, prose, acrostics etc.
2. The message must not exceed 30 words.
3. The message is to be written on a post-card with a Malaysian
Example: - Post-cards showing Petronas Twin Towers, A Famosa,
Orang Utan, Msian Fruits, Malaysian beaches, Cultural dances, etc.

4. Each student is allowed to submit ONE entry only.
5. Write your name and form clearly on the right- hand side of the post-card.
6. Prizes will be given to the best TEN messages.
7. Closing date for submission – 25 AUGUST 2008 ( Monday )
8. Submit your entries to Puan Ivy Ng.

A Visit To The Happiness Centre

On 8th July 2008,48 members of the English Language Society with our teacher advisor, Mrs. Ivy visited the Happiness Centre For The Mentally Disabled Children in Klebang. As soon as we arrived, we were given a short briefing by Mr. Roy the founder of the centre. He was very thankful for the 16 packets of diapers which we donated. For your information, the ELS members have been collecting old newspapers from the classes since April. The money to buy the diapers came from the sale of the newspapers.

What we learnt from our visit?

There are 32 children at the centre. The oldest is a 33 year old boy and the youngest is a 5 year old boy. Only 4 of them are able to walk while the rests are bed- ridden. 9 children are regarded critical cases. They cannot walk and are 100% dependent on people to feed and bath them. Most of these children have multiple disabilities meaning that they have more than one disability ranging from blindness, deaf, dumb, epilepsy, down syndrome, mentally retarded and cerebral palsy. There are 6 parents who visit their children once a month while the rests of the parents only come once a year during festive celebration such as Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, Deepavali and Christmas.

We now, would like to share with you some of the reasons why these children are mentally disabled.

According to Mr. Roy,
Firstly, young unmarried girls, when they discovered they were pregnant, they tried to abort the foetus by taking all kinds of drugs and traditional herbs and in so doing has caused birth deformities.
Secondly, young mothers who in their quest to be slim and attractive tried all kinds of so called miracle products which unintentionally affected the foetus.
Thirdly, during child birth complication occured.

What we did there?

We played, talked and even sang with the children. Even though they are disabled children, they love visitors so much and were happy to take photographs with us.

Our feelings when we left.

We realized how lucky and thankful we are to be able to see, speak, hear, walk and run. In addition, community awareness is still lacking. Lastly, there is so much more we can do towards community service.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Choral Speaking - State Level

MOZAC choral speaking team competed at the state level which was held in April. The team was made up of F1 - F4 students. The title was The Joy of Reading. The teachers in charge were Pn. Rita Malina Rahmat & En. Ahmad Rizal Aziz. The team also presented it at the weekly assembly a few days before the competition.

Star - NIE Campaign for Rewards

As one of our annual activities, the English Department has encouraged MOZAC students to take part in this annual competiton organised by The Star. The response has been encouraging and every year the number of students taking part in this competition has increased. The highest achievement so far is the Merit Awards given to one of the groups in 2006. Hopefully, we will do better next time.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Public Speaking Competition- Ayer Keroh Zone & State Level

Muhammad Azli Hisyam b. Abdul Aziz represented MOZAC for the Public Speaking Competition both at the Ayer Keroh Zone & State Level. At Ayer Keroh Zone he emerged the 1 st runner up. He later represented Ayer Keroh Zone and won the 3rd place at State level. Puan Ivy Ng was the teacher in charge.

English Parliamentary Debate -UIAM /HKSBP

The UIAM Debate was held in April and this year MOZAC sent 2 teams - Bahasa Melayu & English teams. The English Debators for UIA debate were Muhammad Asyraf Arif Abdullah, Muhammad Azri, Thulaja Thesa and Fatin Nasyra.The debators did fairly well and all of them managed to get 'The Best Speaker' title.

This year's HKSBP was held at Sek. Men. Sains Sultan Abdul Halim, Kedah. Like the previous years MOZAC sent a team. This year's debators are Ashvin Avalani, Muhammad Asyraf Arif Abdullah, Muhammad Azri & Thulaja Thesa. This year MOZAC managed to reach the quarter final. The team was coached by Pn. Nursinar Suria.

Monday, August 11, 2008

English Parliamentary Debate - Melaka

MOZAC took part in the English Parliamentary Debate for the Ayer Keroh Zone in Mac/April 2008. It was held at SMK Yok Bin. MOZAC was represented by Muhammad Asyraf Arif Abdullah, Ashvin Avalani, Ghobirajah Selvarajah, Sheikh Muhammad Faisal and Thulaja Thesa. MOZAC won all the debates except for the final when we lost to SMK Tinggi St David. The team was coached by Pn. Norizah Baba & Pn. Faizahanim Yaamah.

Inter - society English Language Games 2008

On the 15th of July 2008, the English Language Society hosted the Inter-Society English Language Games in conjunction with the school’s Academic Month. The competition was held in the school hall and started at 3.30pm.Twenty-one teams from eleven clubs and societies participated. Each team consisted of three students from both lower and upper forms. The participation fee was RM5 for each team. In return, each participant received a goody bag.

The games consisted of eight rounds, namely make two words, can word, general knowledge, high street, big game hunting, going for gold and capital cities, crosswords and lastly alphabet game. The entire proceeding of the games was carried out by the ELS members. The form one and two members distributed and collected the questions and answers. The form three and four members were the markers. The form five members were the quiz masters and saw to the overall running of the games. The score for every round was recorded.

The games went well. Besides being educational it was also fun. It ended at 6pm with light refreshment prepared by the two teacher advisors Mrs Ivy Ng and Mrs Nor Sinasuria for all the ELS members. Prize giving was held on 29th July 2008 during assembly. The prizes were in the form of books and stationey. We hope to make this activity an annual event for our society.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

English Language Society (ELS) - Visits to Proton & Bread Town

The English Language Society (ELS) members visited the PROTON factory and High 5 Bread
Town in April as one of the club's activities. They were accompanied by Puan Ivy Ng & Pn. Sinarsuria.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Trial exams and Test 2

Good luck and try your best especially in answering English papers.

Nothing to Fear

There's nothing to fear ---
you're as good as the best,
As strong as the mightiest, too.
You can win in every battle or test;
For there's no one just like you.
There's only one you in the world today;
So nobody else, you see,
Can do your work in as fine a way:
You're the only you there'll be !

So face the world, and all life is yours
To conquer and love and live
:And you'll find the happiness that endures
In just the measure you give;
There's nothing too good for you to possess,
Nor heights where you cannot go:
Your power is more than belief or guess
--- It is something you have to know.

There is nothing to fear --- you can and you will.
For you are the invincible you.
Set your foot on the highest hill ---
There's nothing you cannot do.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Yes DEAR - 29 July 2008

Lesson in Unconditional Love

I am a mother of three (ages 14, 12, 3) and have recently completed my college degree. The last class I had to take was Sociology. The teacher was absolutely inspiring with the qualities that I wish every human being had been graced with. Her last project of the term was called "Smile". The class was asked to go out and smile at three people and document their reaction.
I am a very friendly person and always smile at everyone and say hello anyway.....so, I thought, this would be a piece of cake (literally).Soon after we were assigned the project, my husband, youngest son, and I went out to McDonalds, one crisp March morning. It was just our way of sharing special play time with our son.
We were standing in line, waiting to be served, when all of a sudden everyone around us began to back away, and then even my husband did. I did not move an inch...an overwhelming feeling of panic welled up inside of me as I turned to see why they had moved. As I turned around I smelled a horrible "dirty body" smell...and there standing behind me were two poor homeless men. As I looked down at the short gentleman, close to me, he was "smiling"...his beautiful sky blue eyes were full of God's Light as he searched for acceptance.
He said, "Good day" as he counted the few coins he had been clutching. The second man fumbled with his hands as he stood behind his friend. I realized the second man was mentally deficient and the blue eyed gentle man was his salvation. I held my tears......as I stood there with them.The young lady at the counter asked him what they wanted. He said, "Coffee is all Miss" because that was all they could afford (to sit in the restaurant and warm up they had to buy something...they just wanted to be warm).
Then I really felt it...the compulsion was so great I almost reached out and embraced the little man with the blue eyes. That is when I noticed all eyes in the restaurant were set on me...judging my every action. I smiled and asked the young lady behind the counter to give me two more breakfast meals on a separate tray. I then walked around the corner to the table that the men had chosen as a resting spot. I put the tray on the table and laid my hand on the blue eyed gentleman's cold hand. He looked up at me, with tears in his eyes, and said, "Thank you". I leaned over, began to pat his hand and said, "I did not do this for you...God is here working through me to give you hope". I started to cry as I walked away to join my husband and son. When I sat down my husband smiled at me and said, "That is why God gave you to me honey....to give me hope". We held hands for a moment and at that time we knew that only because of the Grace were we able to give .....
That day showed me the pure Light of God's sweet love.I returned to college, on the last evening of class, with this story in hand. I turned in "my project" and the instructor read it....then she looked up at me and said, "Can I share this?" I slowly nodded as she got the attention of the class. She began to read and that is when I knew that we as human beings (part of God) share this need to heal. In my own way I had touched the people at McDonalds, my husband, son, instructor, and every soul that shared the classroom on the last night I spent as a college student. I graduated with one of the biggest lessons I would ever learn....unconditional acceptance......after all....we are here to learn!


Yes DEAR ( Yes Drop Everything And Read) is a reading programme done by the English Department to inculcate reading habit among MOZAC students. The school subscribes to The Star newspaper for the classes and has been taking part in the Star NIE Campaign for Rewards. Besides that, Sime Darby Bhd also sponsored 60 copies of The News Straits Times for the F123 Pullout Programme from 21 June 2008 - 6 October. Students also have magazines such as Just English Explorers in class and can find many interesting articles at The R.E.D Tunnel (Read, Explore & Digest). Every week the students are also given PIES articles to help them in vocabulary and pronunciation. The students are also given a short story a week to be read and used to help them in their writing. The stories are taken and selected from the internet. This year's theme is motivational and inspiring stories.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Academic Month

Academic month was launched yesterday by the principal. From 15 th July - 15 August many interesting and fun activities have been planned for the students by the English language department.Yesterday the english drama team presented a very good and entertaining drama. The students and teachers had a blast. In the afternoon, the English language Society hosted the inter - society language games which received an overwhelming response from the students. Other activites planned for the students are:
  • Spell it Right - Form 1

  • Rapping the message competition - Form 2

  • Newspaper Scavenger - Form 3

  • NIEXUS activities - Form 4

  • Crossword Puzzles - Form 5
Have fun

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Success Doesn't Happen Overnight

A Long Journey to Success
Life's many roads, lead us in many different directions on different paths,
On these roads of travel we see new people, new things,
Everything appears to be perfect.
But, there shall come times when the road is long,
The journey seems rough and the new people,
Places and things you once saw, are no longer around…
You stand alone.
Even though the road may then seem lonely, you keep pushing on -
Praying -
Believing that "Yes I can, Yes I will."
And when no one else believes in you, you believe in yourself.
I know the road was hard, it was long
-Because I traveled the same path.
So don't look back, just continue to push forward -
All that are in the way, move them out - shun the negativity.
Stay head strong, thank
God for everything -Especially for this long harsh road.
Because it was simply
A long journey to success.


Greetings from Melaka!

Wednesday, July 2, 2008


English in Camp (EIC) for residential schools was held at SBPI Sabak Bernam Selangor in April. Four form 4 students,Redhanuha, Diana Mastura, Muhd Faiz Hassan and Syed Aidarus were selected to represent the school. . They were accompanied by Puan Norizah Baba.