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N.E. and The Social Functions of Schools in Singapore System
Transcript of N.E. and The Social Functions of Schools in Singapore System
pledge ourselves as one united people,
regardless of race, language or religion,
to build a democratic society
based on justice and equality
so as to achieve happiness, prosperity and
progress for our nation. Activity ONE Each group will draw a card. Each card contains a translation of the National Pledge in Malay, Mandarin or Tamil. Group will then appoint two members The two members will find a volunteer in campus who is not a native speaker of the given language. The volunteer will then recite the pledge to the class via Skype. Bring your volunteer to the Skype Station situated at Student Hub. First group to complete the pledge recitation WINS! Activity TWO QUIZ! Design for Mr Singapore! You have 10mins to:
Design a costume for Mr Singapore
It must represent Singapore
Present your design with your rationale Language as a social skill... There are 4 official languages used in Singapore. We live in a multiracial country where we are encouraged to understand basic language of other races. Communication with various people in our daily life. Take a minute to think, imagine an Indian mama with a Chinese ah pek who knows no English. How do they communicate? National Pledge Challenge! Hard or heart? If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart. (Nelson Mandela)