March 1, 09 at AMPAC, BBBangi.
Oh..oh..mashaAllah, begitu bersemangat sekali mempersembahkan Readers Theater! Thank you for taking part in the playshop, ladies. (*you know who you are*).
Lady Wrestlers – How to be good at English? Wrestle!
Date: March 1, 2009 (Sunday)
Time: 9 am – 1pm
Venue: AMPAC, BB Bangi (opposite Masjid Hasanah, on top of Klinik Kanak-kanak AnNur)
Head Coaches: Coach Sha & Ridz
Your Investment: RM85.00 per person (booklet included)
Muhammad Faaleh, Mauritius (Playshop @ IIUM): “I was with you guys for 4hrs today! Truly, it was awesome; may you guys succeed and keep improving in your aims. Well I am a very fluent speaker in more than 5 languages alhamdulillah including English, but whatever i gained through your seminar today was simply awesome. This is what is missing in the curriculum of our schools and universities.”
Kindy & PreSchool Teachers (Shah Alam Playshop, Aug 2008):“Very clear and simple and applicable” “Very nice English”
Tuan Shamsuddin Kadir (shamsuddinkadir.com): “If there are 10 stars, I will give 9.9 stars. You are great!”
Tuan Osman Affan (osmanaffan.com): “Great! That’s why I’m here again.”
Mdm Liza (Playshop @ MIROS): “The feedback was awesome. People here are talking about it. Powerful impact to everybody here. All I heard was “We want more!”
FACT: Chess is part of the curricula in nearly 30 countries. In Venezuela, Iceland, Russia and other countries, chess is a subject in all public schools. (Isaac Linder, “Chess, a Subject Taught at School,” Sputnik: Digest of the Soviet Press, June 1990, pp. 164-16)
Muhammad’s result: menang 1 – kalah 2
Musa’s result: 1 menang – 1 kalah (disebabkan tak cukup opponent, Musa masuk ke pusingan ke2 menang tanpa bertanding)