Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year 2009

A very Happy New Year 2009 to all my students, wherever you are. My wish that all of us will have a happy and pleasant New Year; and that we will have the strength and will to face the new challenges that will come in the next 12 months. 
May you all be well and happy always

Monday, December 15, 2008

My JS Bio Students

Left to Right (Back Row): Chee Ghee, Seng Wah, myself, Yi Hong, Fong Sim, Khai Siong Left to Right (Front Row): Sok Fen, Pei Hoon, Ling Hong, Hui Ying, Si Hui, Huey Chyi, Sim Ming, Ai Huang

Friday, November 14, 2008

STPM Biology Prediction 2008

For those who had nothing do and want to get themselves more worried, not to get confident, here is my Prediction for Biology 2008. The prediction is definitely real, no bluff one. Not bocor one for that will then be not a prediction any more.
Here's my prediction ....

Monday, November 03, 2008

Thank you Sir

Last week marked the end of a wonderful but challenging one-and-half years with 18 students from Jit Sin, Permatang Rawa and BM High School. For you guys and gals, all the very best in your STPM. It is a pleasure able to have you all as my students in class. 

Thank you very much to Jie Rui, Leonard, Hooi Hooi and Xin Yin for this wonderful card. 

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Me and my eight beautiful angels

Eight U6B1 2007 students pay me a surprised visit yesterday night 10 pm to be exact. They are Li Jie, Ming Ming, Chin Yee, Woan Pyn, Vivian, Shirley, Chyn Boon and Ker Jing. We had an hour or so very interesting 'chatting' and sharing of their experiences in uni-life. All in all, I am happy to see that they are enjoying themselves in their new environment, barring a few hiccups like homesickness. Ming ming, Chin Yee, Chyn Boon and Ker Jing are UPMians, Li Jie and Woan Pyn in USM, Shirley in UMP (Terengganu) and Vivian, (reading law in UMNO building... hee hee, sorry me no got your college name .. do not sue me okay?).

Thanks for still remembering where I stay...

Hope to see you all in the future......

Good luck and remember to adapt and conserve is the right way of survival.... Darwin theory revised by me (the truly great one... hah hah hah)
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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Training For Blogging

Blogging for teachers and staff of JitSin. 
I am the 'teacher' (more of a conductor) for a group of 33 spendid 'students' in IT lab3. 
I think we do have a wonderful time blogging. 
Then of course, there is food as always. 
Delicious and yummy. 

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Soil air analysis 2

Bubbles of air from the soil seen in this experiment.

Soil air analysis

This not the way to open a tin.

Soil Sampling 2

Sometimes you have to use a bigger hammer..... and of course, use more force.

Sampling soil1

2 biology students using a hammer to sample soil.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Soil Sampling

The tradisional way to do soil sampling. Stamped on the tin to obtain the soil sample. Girls also can do it. Easy, simple and cheap way
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Ecological Study in the School Fields

Form 6 Biology students doing their ecological studies on their sites. More pictures can be obtained from my webalbum

Doing webpages (continued)

Students using the computer to search for information in the internet

Doing webpages

Form 6 Biology students searching the internet for information for their project (creating webpages) in the lab.
The students will be creating webpages on the topics of conservation

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Grasshopper treatment

The removal of visceral organs in the abdomen of grasshopper
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Preserving insects

Intense concentration is needed for this wonderful work

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Wednesday, July 02, 2008

preservation insects

Housefly...housefly please enters

cockroach meal ..... yummy! yummy!
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Preserving mosses

I got one, me too...... Two students searching for the beautiful moss

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Preservation procedure

Catching of housefly (not housewife!!!) using the primitive natural technique.

Steady, pay complete concentration and slowly but swiftly lower down the plastic bags...

Oops! Miss this one.... Haiya why fly away?

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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Metal rock

Students happily enjoying themselves in the lab (good sign?)
Look at the bright red light burning as iron burns in oxygen
But oh my, the boiling tube (pyrex one) bend as aluminium (?) burns in oxygen.

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Laboratory activated students

(1) See the book first la Sin Yi, do not shake shake only

(2) Hey, this one dissolved or not? Ai yah, I also do not know. Hey Pei Chi you two look for answer or what?