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Malay

ML Coordinator

Mdm Fadhillah

Vision

Our students will be proficient in their Mother Tongue and love their culture.
 

MISSION

Develop in our students the oral, listening, writing and reading skills and imbue in them the love for their culture through Instructional and Enrichment Programmes.
 

Enrichment Programmes

Reading Programmes
Moo-O Reading Enhancement (MORE)
An-Article-A-Day
World Book Day
Smart Reader Programme – Program Pembaca Bijak (P1 to P6)
      • Reading Log Book
      • Class Library


Oral Fluency Programmes
Speak Bahasa Baku Programme
Think on your Feet – Spontan Sahaja
Show and Tell
Use of MTV (Making Thinking Visible) routines to hone oral fluency

Creative Writer Programmes
Journal Writing
Word Bank – Bank Kekata
Use of Pena Emas Package
Kindness Composition
Majalah Cetusan 12.0 (collaboration with 11 other primary schools)

Other Programmes
Hari Raya Concert
Mother Tongue Fortnight
Aim for the Stars (P6 Joy of Learning Camp)
Use of Games in teaching & learning: Didik Hibur, Kit Cekap
Use of ICT: Pintar Kata App / Peribahasa App / Cerita Nusantara App
Conversational Malay
Learning Journey 



ICT Online Resources


MEKAR online

e-cekap 

https://tinta.moe.edu.sg/mekar/slot/u112/ecekap/index.html

TINTA


Gallery Highlight on some of our ML Programmes

World Book Day
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Students created their own mini story after listening to a story from a book read by their ML teacher.
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Students shared about their mini story to their classmates.

Aim for the Stars (Joy of Learning Camp for Primary 6 Students)
During the camp, P6 students had the opportunity to come together and discussed on selected Malay traditional games. They identified all the key points which are important about the traditional game given. Then, students presented their understanding to their schoolmates.
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Mother Tongue Fortnight
MT booths by the P6 students
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MT Fortnight Activities for P1 to P6
A variety of fun-filled traditional Malay games such as bola lubang, congkak, batu seremban, chapteh, and main lereng for the P1 students.
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The Primary 2 students enjoying themselves in learning Dikir Barat.
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The Primary 3 students learned Silat. Each of the Primary 4 students were good enough to try out the Making of Kuih Dadar. They learned about other Malay traditional kuih too.
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Primary 5 students were taught on the use of Malay musical instrument, Kompang. The Primary 6 were privileged to learn Jawi writing and bring home their own personalized pencil case with their name crafted by them in Jawi.

Moo-O Reading Enhancement (MORE)
The Primary 2 students had benefited a lot in terms of reading skills through this Moo-O programme.
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Learning Journeys

Selected group of Primary 3 and 4 students were brought to Fiesta Bahasa 2018 at Jurong East to experience various Malay Language activities
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Learning Journey through the provision of the MLLPC Cultural Performance Exposure Fund (2017)
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Primary 3 Students (2017) on a Learning Journey to watch a show titled, Panda Pandai, by Teater Kami

Hari Raya Concert

The celebration consisted of a skit performed by the Primary 6 students, P2 singing and dancing item, Malay Dance CCA group performance, teacher’s Dikir Barat item and the performances by the Dali Experimental School students. The DES students were on a few days visit to PEPS during this Hari Raya celebration.
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Use of ICT : Pintar Kata (Smart in Vocabulary) App
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5 students from Primary 5 took part in the National Pintar Kata App Competition – 2017
Marsya Sarah came in 7th place out of 280 students who participated

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Students explore the App and expand their vocabulary learning in a fun and engaging way

Collaboration with other Primary Schools


Majalah Cetusan 12.0 (2018)

PEPS collaborated with 11 other primary schools to publish a Malay magazine that features on language and culture, competition and students’ work on essay writing.


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Majulah Cetusan 9.0 (2017)
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Launch of the Malay magazine for students – Majalah Cetusan 9.0, which PEPS collaborated with 8 other primary schools. The two student’s composition are selected to be published in the first issue of the magazine