• Management
    command of English language among students in Malaysian higher education institutions. They are: 1. Student Attitude; 2. Teacher Centered; 3. Lack of Exposure; and 4. Untrained Teachers / Lecturers. Now, I will discuss more on the four elements of the reasons for poor command of English language...
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  • Student Should Mastering English
    , where by educators to present Sources : http://www.scribd.com/doc/55770942/10-Points-Why-Malaysians-Students-Weak-in-English “Mastering English is about rejuvenating the nation. It is about preparing ourselves individually and collectively as a nation to find our place in the global economy...
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  • Decline of Malaysia English
    necessity for people to speak English if they are to enter a global workforce, research from all over the world shows that cross-border business communication is most often conducted in English. Is it the standard of the English Language among Malaysians have been declining? If yes, why did...
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  • ikea strategy formulation
    embrace it against their will. However, Prof. Hazim claimed that students gradually understood why the implementation was needed. He explained that the faculty’s main aim is mainly to elevate studentsEnglish communication skills both in written and oral 62 ISSN 2039-2117 (online) ISSN 2039...
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  • Proficiency
    showed that 55% of employers cited unrealistic expectations of salaries while 48% of them said poor English was the main reason why Malaysian fresh graduates from both local and private institutions remain unemployed. In Malaysia, the social and cultural contexts are not cultivating English language as...
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  • University Degree No Guarantee of Employment
    courses they studied at university do not have a wide market. Poor communication skills Human science lecturer Amien Iskandar said that one of the reasons why graduates could not secure jobs was that their qualifications do not meet market demands and requirements, thus rendering them 'not marketable...
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  • Muet
    subjects in English also had a poor command of the language. Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir said the poor command of English among Malaysian graduates had caused the country to lose out in foreign investments. Most Math and Science teachers in service have been trained under the  Dasar...
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  • Part 6
    nations. “I’ll begin my talk with a short story of a Malay College Kuala Kangsar boy who went to Japan for a month-long cultural exchange programme. “The student was having an acute dilemma, he wondered why the Japanese knew so little English and yet could still be one of the most scientifically- and...
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  • Reasons of Why Tertiary Level Students Are Not Mastering English.
    have a good result in their hands but due to lack of English communication and social skills, they are not able to apply or get the job that they want. Inside this report, we would discuss about the four main reasons on why the students in tertiary level are having problem in mastering the English...
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  • 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...
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  • Organisational Environments Pest
    requested by my supervisor, Dr. Supyan Hussin on 26 May 2007 and to be submitted by 30 June 2007. The investigation was done by interviews with 10 OUM students and also research through online websites. The main findings were that the state of English in Malaysia is rather poor. Teachers are not...
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  • English Oral Communication
    . (b)Briefly outline the problem that the PTA needs to address. What actions can the members of the association take? The problems that PTA needs to address are: 1. The poor performance of the students in the subjects of mathematics, science, and the English language. 2. Moreover the...
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  • University's Students' Perception on English as a Medium in Their Learning Environment.
    primary to the tertiary level. Beside that, 70% of them agree that good proficiency in English will help them to be compatible in the borderless world. Additionally , 60% agree that poor English Language leads to unemployed graduates. Table 4: Percentage for the items of Students' opinions on...
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  • Increase Patrol Cars and Implement Tetangga Neighbourhood Watch Can Prevent Snatch Theft
    group, discuss why it is | | | |important to develop a caring society. Suggest ways in which students can be encourage to help disadvantaged people [i.e. the poor | | | |or disabled]) [16.6...
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  • Soft Skills
    top quality required in job applicants. MEF executive director Shamsuddin Bardan said globalisation had changed the nature of jobs, making communication skills, specifically English, a valuable asset for today’s worker. Shamsuddin Bardan also expressed concern that many local graduates have very poor...
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  • nielsen study research
    Economic Action Council, the top three were soft skills: good communications, being presentable and having a reasonable grasp of general knowledge. Academic performance only came eighth. "The key criteria employers look for in potential hires are a good command of English, a good attitude and a...
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  • MUET SPEAKING QUESTIONS
    centre for cancer patients that you have identified. (As a group, discuss why it is important to develop a caring society. Suggest ways in which students can be encourage to help disadvantaged people [i.e. the poor or disabled]) 15.7 1999 - old format 7 The Nature Society of your school or...
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  • Oral Communication in English: Forms, Functions, and Strategies
    English. Therefore, it has become a major concern to Malaysia’s citizen in order to cope with today challenge as majority of Malaysian still has dilemma to communicate orally in English. 1. Introduction Some people are born with effective communication skills; others need to develop them...
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  • English
    language as it is an international language.             Although the government has repeatedly told us of the importance of English, many students are still not bothered about studying it seriously. There is also a campaign that still on to make all the Malaysian becomes a better English learner, which...
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  • Journalism
    easily excite students. Nonetheless, these students are still required to do elementary journalism because it is felt that writing should be the essential skill for all media communication students. ‘Values’ in the Malaysian Newsroom As in the classroom, the newsroom culture generally also...
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