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I am getting a nice tan and you can no longer say I am paler than you.INFORMAL LETTER 506 Country Lane North Baysville. ice cream and kids. 2007 Dear Susan. I hope the summer's been going well for you too. CA 53286 July 16. There's only a month and a half left in summer vacation and after that it's back to school. Signature . I drive an ice cream truck around and sell ice cream to the kids. It feels like such a long time since the last time I saw you. The pay isn't too great but I love the job so much. Would you like to meet up some time to before school starts? Your friend. surfing and building a nice collection of sea shells. I have been playing lots of volleyball. It is a combination of the two things I love most. Just this past weekend I took second place in a sandcastle building contest! On the weekdays I work. I know it's only been several weeks since I saw you. So far my summer has been great! I spend my all my weekends at the beach. It is so cool.
In your report. You are the Editor of the School Magazine. too.to instil leadership qualities .to improve teamwork Facilitators: Youth leaders from local university Activities: Day 1 – · Briefing by facilitators · Setting up tents · Group activities Day 2 – · Morning exercise · Survival skills · Night hike Day 3 – · Feedback session The above question requires you to write a report on a school activity. Below are two samples . You. Cheras Date: 27-29th July Participants: Presidents and secretaries of various clubs in school Organised by: Co-curricular Unit Objectives of the camp: . attended the camp and you have been asked to write a report for the school magazine.WRITING REPORTS Your school recently organised a Leadership Camp for all presidents and secretaries of the various clubs in your school. include the following information: Place: Perimbun Resort.
The objectives of the camp were to instil leadership qualities and improve teamwork among the 50 participants who attended this camp. presidents and secretaries of the various clubs in school. The second day of the camp was much more hectic. Ly Ly TAN LY LY Editor Sample 2 . they had to display their survival skills. The activities at the camp were handled by several youth leaders from a local university. Written by. Then. including the senior assistant of co-curricular affairs Puan Ng. Cheras. By 7pm. The night programme was the most interesting. the participants had another round of physical activities. had gathered at the school hall at 2pm. There was only one activity on the third day of the camp – the feedback session. the participants had to engage in their first group activity. they were taken to the campsite in two buses. Participants had to take part in a night hike. The participants had a rigorous exercise session which involved aerobics and jogging around the campsite. In the afternoon. most of them had accomplished this task successfully. they were given a briefing by the facilitators. They were required to come up with names and theme songs for their groups. Then. Upon arrival at the campsite. They engaged in canoeing in the nearby lake. All participants. The participants rated the programme highly and hoped that it would be held annually. After dinner. from 27-29th July. Sample 1 Integrated Leadership Camp The Co-curricular Unit of SMK Setia recently organised an Integrated Leadership Camp at Perimbun Resort. they were put into groups and asked to set up tents.based on the same question. From there. after breakfast. The leadership camp was a huge success because all participants showed tremendous support by actively participating in all the activities throughout the duration of the camp. They were accompanied by five teachers.
Reported by. We had enough time for a quick shower and breakfast. we had a group dynamics activity. he had instructed us on how to put up the tent. Unfortunately. The facilitators led us deep into the jungle and made us sit all by ourselves. tolerance and understanding. were very excited throughout the 45minute journey to the campsite. we had activities like flying fox and abseiling. the students of SMK Setia proved that they are indeed a creative lot. all activities were conducted by youth leaders from a local university. Tim and Ashraf. After dinner. The two energetic facilitators. Through these activities. some 20 miles away from the city centre. some of the other groups were struggling with their tents and seeing their dismal efforts some of us decided to help them. Ly Ly TAN LY LY Editor . before we took part in more group activities. and jingles ranging from pop rock to jazz. We had to start our own fires with only two matchsticks and cook lunch for the group members. consideration. Well. we had a hearty breakfast. Using water from the slightly muddy stream nearby. took us through a rigorous exercise routine. Although the students were accompanied by several teachers. Upon arrival. After the one-hour aerobic session. Cheras. As no soap was made available to us. The second day of the camp started off with an early morning exercise session at 5. Apparently.Integrated Leadership Camp The weekend of 27-29th July this year will forever be etched in the minds of the 50 participants who attended the Integrated Leadership Camp organised by the Co-curricular Unit of SMK Setia. they were put into groups of five and asked to erect their own tents. Many of us who barely exercise knew what to expect over the next few days – muscle cramps. where we had to come up with names. Then. we learnt to trust each other and to give moral support when it is most needed. In no time. we learnt that good leadership is responsible leadership. we learnt to wash the cooking utensils using ash. held at Perimbun Resort. Luckily for my group. was a compulsory activity for all presidents and secretaries of the various clubs in school. The two-day two night camp.30am. We learnt about the importance of teamwork. which was followed by a feedback session. One of the activities was basic survival skills. many of us passed with flying colours. Later in the afternoon. we jogged through Perimbun town. with names like the Flying Potters and Forever Dumbledores. On the final morning. it was indeed an insightful experience. Though many of us were initially hesitant and sceptical about this activity. The objectives of the camp were to instil leadership qualities and improve teamwork among participants. which was a pale shadow of its daytime hustle and bustle. Many of the participants gave constructive feedback on what the camp had taught them. Most importantly. we had the President of the Scouts Club with us. The early morning exercise was invigorating and refreshing. this was the first test of our teamwork skills and fortunately. The highlight of the camp was a night hike in the surrounding jungle. we had to cook not only rice but also fish and vegetables. logos and jingles for our groups. During this session. we were given the opportunity to voice our feelings and opinions regarding the camp. they were immediately whisked off to the seminar room where they were given a briefing on the rules and regulations at the campsite by the facilitators. These activities were physically and mentally challenging. Most of the students. who are in Form Four this year. The half hour spent alone was aimed at making us brave and resilient.
it depends on who your audience is. National Day Celebration SMK Simpang Rengam held a grand National Day celebration on 31st August this year at Kluang Stadium. do be forewarned.e. The transition from introduction to body to conclusion should be smooth. The celebration ended with rhythmic gymnastics. as the organiser had done a great job. Then. the purpose of the report). as I said earlier. Also bear in mind that a report should: # Communicate its intention clearly (i. Some students get carried away and end up making their report a narrative essay. body and conclusion. The celebration began with a march past by the school band. Another group of students also came up and sang some traditional songs like “ghazal” and “lagu asli” sweetly. The National Day Celebration would not be forgotten for many years to come. They came up on a platform built in the middle of the stadium and danced traditional dances like “zapin” and “inang” gracefully. This was followed by the raising of Malaysian flag. Sample 2. it is all right to write a report like Sample 2. Everybody including our Education District Officer who came to give closing speech was speechless. Our school’s gymnasts put up some of their gymnastic acts accompanied by classical and modern music. pay attention to the following aspects: # Type of report – different reports have different requirements and different formats. However. is much more interesting because the writer has injected emotions and feelings into the report besides giving us a clearer picture of what happened at the camp. A sample of a report writing for a school magazine. They used colourful ribbons and hoops. a few cultural shows were performed by a group of students. General guidelines to remember when writing a report When writing a report. History Club. The boys in the band put on red uniform and a cap. In this case. the report is to appear in the school magazine and so the readers are the students. Sample 1 is direct and to the point. Everyone applauded loudly when they entered the stadium and walked past the audiences. some (such as science reports) are written in the present tense and some require the use of the passive voice. They played beautiful music. Everyone stood up straight and proudly sang our National Anthem and patriotic songs accompanied by the music played by our talented school band. Some of you may ask: “Isn’t a report supposed to have a serious and formal tone?” Well. As such. # Language used – some reports are written in the past tense. on the other hand. Reported by . # Have a title and the name of the writer/reporter and his/her designation.Both the above reports communicate what they are supposed to but one is more interesting than the other. # Be clearly structured – it should have an introduction. Ideas have not been elaborated and the report is very serious and impersonal. It was fascinating.
If "Reuse. Open burning can lead to haze which contains poisonous gases such as carbon dioxide and sulphur dioxide.Amirul Hakimi (Secretary of History Club) SPEECH WRITING 1.elaboration (state reason/purpose) 10.Second point Next. Meanwhile the factories can stop dumping their toxic waste into them.. 3... They do not only spoil the beautiful park but they are the best breeding place for aedes mosquitoes. each one of us can contribute towards the conservation of our environment and our efforts .First point First of all..the amount of rubbish thrown and the amount of energy used to produce some of the recyclable items can indeed be reduced. farmers should avoid open burning in their farming practice because it pollutes the air.. The household members can even reuse some items like glass jar as a vase and cans as coin box or as a pen holder..Introduce yourself Let me begin by introducing myself.Third point Moreover. I am ………………………………………….. each one of us can start by not littering.. 5. I would . Once I went strolling at a park nearby my house but was disappointed at the sight of rubbish.. thanks for listening to me..Greeting Good morning ladies and gentlemen. 2.. Another way of protecting our environment is by keeping our rivers clean. I saw many empty cans and plastic wrappers lying around. Ihsan Hadi as the President of the Environment Club would like to talk about” How to Protect the Environment” First of all... I.. We can play our role by not throwing rubbish into the rivers... 4.. we can practice the 3R... Finally... He can bring a recyclable carrier or a special shopping bag.. Old newspapers can also be recycled into new papers or reused in paper crafting..Closing Last but not least. To achieve this aim . We.. Reduce and Recycle" are put into practice ..Elaboration (state reason/purpose) 8.each member of the household can refuse plastic carriers when he goes shopping. 9.. I would . Reuse. I would .. These gases can cause many serious diseases. Reduce and Recycle. 7. I am going to talk about …………………………………………………………………………………………. We should throw our rubbish into the rubbish bin instead of anywhere we like.Elaboration (state reason/purpose) 6.... Plastic wrappers which made up 80 percent of the rubbish can endanger the fish and other aquatic lives while toxic waste can kill them. Clearly...Mention the topic This morning... Moreover. SPEECH Keep simple and polite! Good morning teachers and friends. human will consequently suffer as we rely on the rivers for food and water.. Children who breathe the polluted air may suffer from asthma and some people may even suffer from rashes and eye-diseases. Every household should aim at reducing the amount of rubbish thrown.
I thank you. With that. Protecting our environment means ensuring the existence of our future generation.should be continuous. .