Effect of the Malaysian Curriculum Review Blueprint on the Current Curriculum in Schools
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Effect of the Malaysian curriculum review blueprint on the current curriculum in schools
First question: Describe on one effect of the Malaysian curriculum review blueprint on the current curriculum in schools.
Based on the question given, it means that I need to give one effect of the blueprint and six points to support it. For me, it is not an easy question and sincerely, I answered and described based on my reading through the Ministry of Education website. Some of my answers and explanations will also based on my own experience while I was handling a motivational program with my friends last year at my previous school. And I am so sorry if the answers are too long.
Before I’m going further, blueprint is actually a preliminary blueprint. It means that all of us in this world especially Malaysian can give their own feedback regarding this blueprint. So, I hope that the government will take further action to improve this blue print because it may have positive and negative feedback from many people in the society.
As a teacher, we should know that Malaysian Education blueprint had already implemented last year. The effect is that it had transformed and changed the Malaysian current education system or curriculum. The good transformation and bad transformation may occur. The transformation of curriculum is a continuous process of government in order to make Malaysian education system as one of the best systems of education in the world.
How the curriculum being transformed and changed?? There are many points to support that answer. Lately, one of the hot issue that being debated by most of the students and teachers is regarding the SBA (School-based Assessment) system that gave burdensome to the teachers and students. The ...
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...eaching and learning period for Malay Language subject in national type schools will be increased from 180 minutes up to 240 minutes! For me, even though the deputy prime minister said that it will not affect their mother tongue language, but, if this effort is not successful, it may be because of the teacher itself. If the teacher managed to teach students effectively within 180 minutes in a week, then, there is no need to increase the period to 240 minutes a week.
What can be concluded here is the effect of review blueprint is one; it had transformed and changed the Malaysian current education system or curriculum, either at excellent level or not. So, teachers include me as a teacher-to-be that always being the weakness culprit must get up and boost up our mind to improve ourselves by uphold the current curriculum to its highest level. InshaAllah.