1.1 Background of Study
Reading good material will lead the students to be a good attitude and inspire positive reading experience. Now days, mostly students spend their leisure time not only reading the magazine but more to playing video game and social network. This phenomenon will bring the researcher attempting to study in college and university in Malaysia which more to focus in Kolej Poly-Tech Mara.
1.2 Problem Statement
1.2.1 Poor Reading Habit
The fact from National Literacy Survey, in 1982 an average that Malaysian reading habit are two pages and continue with two books a year in 1996. It show reading is not one of habit for student in daily life which it related their attitude and interest.
1.2.2 Leisure Time
Malaysian students read very little and prefer spending as much as 3-5 hours per week. Electronic media development influencing the students spend more time for watching television and playing video game rather than reading.
1.2.3 Language preferences
Besides that, mostly student interest to read based on their language preferences such as if the Malay student expert in Malay communication, possibilities their only read the Malay language only.
1.3 Research Objective
1.3.1 To determine the reading habit of the KPTM, Kuala Lumpur in terms of types of reading material they read.
1.3.2 To determine the reading habit of the KPTM, Kuala Lumpur in terms of time spend on reading.
1.3.3 To determine the reading habit of the KPTM, Kuala Lumpur in terms of activities during their leisure time.
1.4 Research Questions
1.4.1 What are the type of reading material they read?
1.4.2 How much their spending time on reading?
1.4.3 What are the activities during their lei...
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In order to obtain the information regarding company background, business activities, products and others, internet sources will be used.
PLAN DATE PLANNED DATE FINISHED
Get the assignment research 19/11/2013
Research the title 20/11/2013 20/11/2013
Design research 23/11/2013 28/11/2013
Find data and information 28/11/2013 2/12/2013
Design question 4/12/2013 6/12/2013
Pass and collect the question 12/12/2013 12/12/2013
Write analysis 13/12/2013 14/12/2013
Write report 15/12/2013 17/12/2013
Submit report 19/12/2013 19/12/2013
This study was conducted in attempt to enhance our understanding about reading habits & attitudes which more focusing students in Malaysia at Kolej Poly-Tech MARA.
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