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ENGLISH CAMP
CONCEPT PAPER
2007
INTRODUCTION
English has been taught and used in our school ever since education came into our country. It was once used as medium of
instruction in every school until our independence. When the government of the day formulated the National Education Policy,
English was reduced to being taught as a language. Thus we see steady decline in quality and quantity of usage of English,
spoken and in written form, throughout the nation except maybe in some isolated cases.
As the government of the day, saw the importance of English language in our borderless world, English made a come back in the
form of English for Teaching of Mathematics and Science (ETeMS) amidst concerns of various parties. Thus again the school
systems throughout the nation took up the challenges of executing the nations Education Policy.
In school, teachers and students alike made their best effort to adapt to the new challenges. Despite many shortcomings, as years
gone by, their sacrifices paid off quite well; considered well-done for schools in rural environment as judged by their
performances in the past UPSR records. The achievements may not be much to be lauded about but it is proofs that our school
system is adapting well. Hence, further effort by all parties concern is much sought after to facilitate the teaching and learning of
English.
AIM
This aim of this paper is to seek and secure approval and grant support, in the form of monetary and materials, from the Simunjan
Sub-District Education Office in order to hold a three days English Camp in Sekolah Kebangsaan Haji Bujang, Simunjan in 2008.
The exact dates will be discussed in a meeting specially held for this subject matter.
OBJECTIVES
After the camp, participants will be able to achieve the following objectives:
1.

To participate actively and try to use as much English during their duration of the camp without hesitation.

2.

To overcome their shyness and therefore able to give maximum cooperation.

3.

Strengthen bonds and cooperation amongst individual participant from different races, religions, cultures and
schools background.

4.

Encourages exchanges of ideas amongst participants and facilitators alike.

5.

Encourages participants to continue their friendship and communication through multi media instruments including
the internet.
IMPLEMENTATION

A.

B.

OUTLINE PLAN
1.

Dates and Time:

March 2008

2.

Place:

SK Haji Bujang, Sebangan

3.

Target Groups:

50 Year 6 pupils
(Three schools have been identified for this purpose, namely SK Haji Bujang, Sebangan, SK
Arus-Lumut, Sebnagan and SJK Chung Hua, Sebangan)

4.

Facilitators:

The camp will use selected English Teachers from


participating schools. In this matter too, the sub-district Education Office might be able to
suggest and get some capable speakers to help in this camp.

MAJOR CURRICULUM
1.

A Day At The Market

2.

Blind Mans Trail

3.

Orienteering By Map

4.

Motivation Clinic
2

C.

D.

MINOR CURRICULUM
1.

Reveille

2.

Solat / Moral Class

3.

Roll-Cal / flag raising and singing the National Anthem

4.

Morning Exercise

5.

Community Service

6.

Closing Ceremony

WORKING COMMITTEE
1.

Advisor

Education Officer, Simunjan Sub-District Education Office

2.

Chairman

Head Master (HM) SK Haji Bujang, Sebangan

3.

Vice Chairman

HM SK Arus-Lumut, Sebangan
HM SJK Chung Hua, Sebagngan
Senior Assistant Student Affair, SK Haji Bujang, Sebangan

4.

Secretary

Senior Assistant Co-curriculum SK Haji Bujang,Sebangan

5.

Treasurer

Senior Assistant 1 SK Haji Bujang, Sebangan

6.

Secretariat

SK Haji Bujang, Sebangan x 2 teachers


SK Arus-Lumut, Sebangan x 2 teachers
SJK Chung Hua, Sebagngan x 2 teachers

7.

Commandant of The Camp

x 1 teacher

8.

Chief of Activities

x 1 teacher (+ 4 helpers)
3

9.

In-Charge of Catering

x 1 teacher (+ 4 helpers)

10.

Documentation Officer

x 2 teachers

11.

Facilitators

x 8 teachers
FINANCIAL IMPLICATION

A.

T-Shirts:
1.
Pupils
2.
Facilitators

x
x

RM13.00 x 50 pupils
RM 25.00 x 30 teachers

RM 650.00
RM 750.00

B.

Catering

RM 11.00 x 80innos x 3 days

RM 2640.00

C.

Stationeries

RM 250.00

RM 250.00

D.

Prizes

RM 20.00 x 5 innos

RM 100.00

E.

Activity -

F.

Contingencies

A Day At The Market x


x

RM 100.00

RM 100.00

RM 300.00

RM 300.00

Total Expenditure

RM 4760.00

CONCLUSION
This project is presented as part of the schools strategies to uplift the standard of English in the school particularly, Sebangan
Zone and Simunjan Sub District as a whole. Participation of every concern parties will serve as a catalyst for the achievement of
the objectives of this camp. Henceforth we expect the performance of the pupils to increase, and may one day, if we keep to this
trend we will be rewarded by the excellence of ever-hopeful human resources, Gods willing.
16 September 2007
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SK Haji Bujang, Sebangan


SIMUNJAN

Attachment
Time Table

10001030

1030-1230

12301300

1400-1500

1500-1600

16301730

20002030

20302230

22300500

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

(k)

(l)

(m)

Blind Mans
Trail

Community
Service

Commandants
Briefing

Ice Breaking
Motivation
(Group activity No.1)

A Day At The
Market

Orienteering

Closing
Ceremony

Lunch

Registration

Break

Group
Activity
No.2
Perform
ance

Thank you. Happy Journey and Safe Return.

A. Motivation
1.
2.

Form-up Group / elect group leader / elect Camp Chief (Pupil). Discus group name, logo, and call-sign. Every group
must have a secretary to write their daily diary. Entries may include days activities, comments and reflection of the
group.
Problem solving game.

B. Activities
1.

Blind Mans Trail

2.
3.

A Day at The Market


Orienteering

Rest

0800 - 1000

Dinner

07000800

Recreation

06000700

Breakfast

Day

05000600

National AnthemRoll Call / Flag Raising/

Time

Reveile / solat / class

ENGLISH CAMP

4.

Performance By Individual Group cultural / sketch / singing

C. Recreation
1.
2.

Tele-match
KIV

D. Community Service

ENGLISH CAMP
CLOSING CEREMONY General Outline
1. Pupils ready in the hall
2. Arrival of guests
3. Arrival of the invited VIP guest
4. National Anthem
5. Prayer
6. Welcoming speech by The Commandant
7. Speech By Camp Chief
8. Giving-away prizes and certificates to participants
9. Closing Speech by the VIP
10. Memento to the VIP
11. Ceremony adjourn and all guest invited for refreshment

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