Why Malaysian Student Poor In English Communication Essays and Term Papers

  • Management

    importance of English cannot be denied and ignored since English is the most common language used everywhere. With the help of developing technology, English has been playing a major role in many sectors including medicine, engineering, technology, aviation and education. Moreover, English is the international...

    Premium | 3081 Words | 10 Pages

  • Proficiency

    driven by the continual expansion of multinational companies into the country as well as the government initiatives to nurture and up-skill local Malaysian talent. Steady economic growth in Malaysia throughout 2011 has driven a consistent increase in the number of employment opportunities available...

    Premium | 2732 Words | 9 Pages

  • Student Should Mastering English

    1.0 Introduction Nowadays, lots of student in higher education in Malaysia faced problems in mastering English language and its impact on employability. English language is very important for many people without realizing, English is a source of livelihood. For example : a guide who work in a tourism...

    Premium | 3588 Words | 10 Pages

  • Decline of Malaysia English

    3.1 Background English Language is an official language in a large number of countries. It is estimated that the number of people in the world that use in English to communicate on a regular basis is 2 billion. English is the dominant business language and it has become almost a necessity...

    Premium | 495 Words | 4 Pages

  • Muet

    and learning of Science and Mathematics in English. It was first introduced in 2003 by then-Prime Minister, Tun Mahathir bin Mohammad. This policy has been the subject of debate among academics, politicians and the public alike.  According to the Malaysian Ministry of Education, the policy would be run...

    Premium | 1505 Words | 4 Pages

  • University Degree No Guarantee of Employment

    is now working as a nurse in a government hospital after obtaining a diploma in nursing from a government nursing college this year. When queried on why he opted for a nursing course despite having good SPM results and the opportunity to study in a university, the 22-year-old Perlis-born Amran replied...

    Premium | 830 Words | 3 Pages

  • ikea strategy formulation

    Abstract Much has been said in the Malaysian media and recent research on the undergraduates’ deficiency in soft skills. The alarming unemployment rate among the graduates appears to be strongly linked to two factors namely lack of communication skills and poor English proficiency among them. This paper...

    Premium | 4008 Words | 14 Pages

  • Reasons of Why Tertiary Level Students Are Not Mastering English.

    Introduction English language has been a very strong influence throughout the world today. A lot of international business and trading rely on the language for susceptible and a good business relationship between companies. Those companies who are able to do business transactions and meetings by using...

    Premium | 3225 Words | 9 Pages

  • Part 6

    September 23, 2012 English — the way to go! By AMINUDDIN MOHSIN, TAN EE LOO and KANG SOON CHEN educate@thestar.com.my All parties at a recent forum organised by The Star, were unanimous that young graduates who joined the workforce needed to engage and communicate in English if they wanted to move...

    Premium | 1943 Words | 5 Pages

  • English

    Why English is important in Job Requirement? A study conducted by one of the biggest agencies, Job.com, founded that lack of communication skills in both speaking and writing has caused the main reasons for the failure of graduates in seeking jobs. An English lecturer of University Utara Malaysia’s...

    Premium | 1291 Words | 4 Pages

  • reading habits among undergraduate students

    Administration (Hons) AM225 Academic Report Writing BEL 422 A Survey on the Reading Habits and Attitudes among UiTM Shah Alam Undergraduate Students Prepared by: Asiera Binti Mohd Ridzuan 2011968545 Khairun Nisa Rasshidah Binti Mohd Habidi 2011587613 Nur Atiqah Binti Abdullah 2011104683 ...

    Premium | 8692 Words | 39 Pages

  • University's Students' Perception on English as a Medium in Their Learning Environment.

    Background English plays an important role at this area of globalization. People need to be proficient in English in order to compete on an international platform. Based on the resolutions of MELTA (Malaysian English Language Teaching Association) National Colloquium on the Role of The English Language...

    Premium | 3517 Words | 17 Pages

  • Organisational Environments Pest

    at least 10 Univesity students to find out some information to help answer the following questions (or any other questions related to the matter) in documenting this report. a) What is the state of English in Malaysia today? b) Is English necessary for everyone in Malaysia? Why? c) What are the problems...

    Premium | 9207 Words | 25 Pages

  • Soft Skills

    the private sectors, government agencies or statutory bodies. The big question is either our education system is up to the task of providing young Malaysians with the appropriate skills required to compete in the national or international market or not. The Internet has brought so much change that it...

    Premium | 3135 Words | 10 Pages

  • English Oral Communication

    (PTA) at an urban school. At the last association meeting, many parents expressed their concern about the poor performance of their children, particularly in Mathematics, science and the English language. They felt that the school should work harder towards improving the teaching and learning of these...

    Premium | 2228 Words | 7 Pages

  • Increase Patrol Cars and Implement Tetangga Neighbourhood Watch Can Prevent Snatch Theft

    |Qualities of People / Role Models | | |4 |Exchange Students | | |5 |Tourism / Promoting Malaysia...

    Premium | 19122 Words | 66 Pages

  • Oral Communication in English: Forms, Functions, and Strategies

    [pic] FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LANGUAGES OUMH1303 ENGLISH FOR ORAL COMMUNICATION Oral Communication in English: Forms, Functions, and Strategies Name:Siti Maisharah Md.shafie Tutor’s name: SEVA BALA SUNDARAM A/L A.M. MARIAPPAN Learning Centre:Petaling Jaya Jan 2011...

    Premium | 2987 Words | 10 Pages

  • Journalism

    hierarchical nature of Malaysian society where there is so much respect and deference given to political leaders by Malaysians, particularly journalists, that they inadvertently abandon the responsibility of asking the hard questions for the benefit of their readers. This explains why veteran journalists...

    Premium | 3691 Words | 12 Pages

  • Report

    Newsletter In spite of government’s clear call to students to study English well, many students still show very little interest in studying the language. As Chairperson of the English Language Society, you are going to try to persuade the students to study the language by writing an article in the school...

    Premium | 681 Words | 2 Pages

  • Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 Preliminary Report Executive Summary

    still. Our country requires a transformation of its entire education system, lifting achievement for all students. Make no mistake; this will require an entirely new perspective, so that students develop skills needed for the 21st century. Rather than simply adding staff and facilities, there is now...

    Premium | 39854 Words | 163 Pages