Wednesday, August 18, 2010


On 30 JULY until 1 AUGUST 2010,form 4 of SMK AGAMA SLIM RIVER has programme at Kg Kuak Luar,Pengkalan Hulu,Perak.This programme between students of SMK AGAMA SLIM RIVER and villagers of KG KUAK LUAR.88 Students of SMK AGAMA SLIM RIVER were adopted to the villagers.They will divided into 27 family.

We live school at 11.30 a.m.We go in 2 bus.After that we stop at R&R Sg Perak for pray and eat,at 2.30 p.m.We continue our along journey at 3.30 p.m to Pengkalan Hulu.We took 6 hours to arrived at there.We arrived in rainy.After that we assamble at DEWAN MASYARAKAT to welcome ceremony from villagers.We divided into a group to go to the each adopted family.

On the first night,we known each other and by told our name hometown.while we ate durians.The next day,we have senamrobik with UPSR student of SKKL and we divided into two group.One group for UPSR Motivation and another one have gotong-royong at DEWAN MASYARAKAT.At evening we visited to the Sekolah Pondok and back home at 7.00 p.m.At night,we have a dinner at DEWAN MASYARAKAT.After that,ust Dr fahmi came and give us lecture for Isra' Mi'raj and finish at 11.30 p.m.

At the next day, we have some gotong-royong to cleaned up mosque and the Sekolah Pondok. our gotong-royong finished at 10 a.m.. Then we have self activity with our family before we back home. My friends and I went to Sempadan Thailand with my family. After that, we packed our thing . We were served with delicious meals by our family. We also were supplied with many thing by our family. We were very sad tu leave our 'family'. The bus leave the village at 4p.m.. We reached at our school at 11p.m..

Sunday, August 1, 2010

How to write @ report


To be completely successful, a report which makes recommendations must ensure that the persons for whom the report is intended:

•Read it without unnecessary delay.
•Understand everything in it without undue effort.
•Accept the facts, findings, conclusions and recommendations.
•Decide to take the action recommended.
Achieving this demands more of you than merely presenting relevant facts accurately. It also demands that you communicate in a way that is both acceptable and intelligible to the readers.


Careful choice of words can enable you to convey many subtleties of meaning.


Check that everything you write is factually accurate. The facts should be capable of being verified. Moreover, arguments should be soundly based and your reasoning should be logical. You should not write anything that will misinform, mislead or unfairly persuade your readers. If you do, you will be doing a disservice not only to yourself but also to your department and organisation. Accurate information is essential for effective communication and decision making.


A report should not be an essay reflecting personal emotions and opinions. You must look at all sides of a problem with an open mind before stating your conclusions.

Making it clear that you have an open mind when writing your report will, in most cases, make your conclusions and recommendations more acceptable to your readers. The emphasis, therefore, should be on the factual material presented and the conclusions drawn, rather than on any personal beliefs, biases or prejudices.


Veni, Vidi, Vici (I came, I saw, I conquered). That is how Julius Caesar reported his visit to our shores. While none of your reports will be as short as this, you should aim to keep them concise. In doing this, do not mistake brevity for conciseness. A report may be brief because it omits important information. A concise report, on the other hand, is short but still contains all the essential details.

To ensure you do not include material which can safely be left out, you should not ask: 'Can this information be included?' Rather, you should ask: 'Is it necessary for this information to be included?'

Clarity and Consistency
The best way to achieve clarity in your writing is to allow some time to elapse between the first draft and its revision. Try to leave it over the weekend, or at least overnight. If you are really under pressure and this is simply not possible, at least leave it over a lunch or coffee break. It is essential to have a period of time, no matter how short, when you can think of other things. In this way, when you come back to the report, you can look at it with a degree of objectivity.


Usually, if your writing is selective, accurate, objective, concise, clear and consistent, it will also be as simple as it can be. You should guard against over-simplifying, for example to the point of missing out information which the reader needs to fully understand what you are trying to say. You should again keep your readers firmly in mind and keep asking yourself whether or not they will be able to follow the logic of your presentation.

Avoid Pointless Words

Some words and phrases - like basically, actually, undoubtedly, each and every one and during the course of our investigation - keep cropping up in reports. Yet they add nothing to the message and often can be removed without changing the meaning or the tone. Try leaving them out of your writing. You will find your sentences survive, succeed and may even flourish without them.

Monday, April 26, 2010


Value 1: Determination ...How do we build strength in themselves not to U-turn with each obstacle (Obstacle) outside the period. Strength is built with value 2: Readiness ...
Value 2: Readiness ...Faced with obstacles that require precise readiness of mind and physical. This sense of readiness to rise to knowledge, and thoroughly understand every obstacle that successful challenger to the solution formed. However the solution to form the side we need to value 3: Willingness ... Value 3: Willingness for each obstacle has a value of sacrifice that we need to face with redha and ready. When we were ready to go through and know what to sacrifice to achieve solutions to obstacles that the challenger Value 4: Acceptance play an important role. Value 4: Acceptance ...Acceptance of things that need to waived to get the solution of obstacles will facilitate mental and physical shape our readiness through obstacles. To receive these situations we need to realize where we are and what we would expect that the value 5: Sense of belonging can be formed in us .. Value 5: Sense of belonging ...Shaping values have owned and will make your mind and become physically stronger and more robust. This value will be formed when we can create value 1 to value 4. This process will strengthen ourselves to support and further develop the network in the life consisting of friends and family members. This value will also put us in a safe zone for us to deal with obstacles that challenger. Once we control all these values, then we can form value distinction in ourselves .. So .. tap your minds, hearts and ask where our needs and desires. ..

Sunday, March 7, 2010

The denotation is a brown cross. The connotation is a symbol of religion, according to the media connotation. However, to be more specific this is a symbol of Christianity

The denotation is a representation of a cartoon heart. The connotation is a symbol of love and affection, not in the way of a rose, but a symbol of true love.

The denotation of this example is a red rose with a green stem. The connotation is that it is a symbol of passion and love - this is what the rose rThe denotation is a brown cross. `