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satigue
17-11-2005, 10:32 PM
My neighbour's daughter needs tuition class for standard 1 for all subjects. Location USJ 3c. she prefers to be within vicinity near her place. Anybody got any contact can call her at 016-3391151. speak mandarin to her. Thanks.

patrick
17-11-2005, 11:26 PM
My neighbour's daughter needs tuition class for standard 1 for all subjects. Location USJ 3c. she prefers to be within vicinity near her place. Anybody got any contact can call her at 016-3391151. speak mandarin to her. Thanks.

I'll ask my neighbours who are tutors to call her.

aimless
18-11-2005, 12:56 AM
*GASP!* tuition in ALL subjects for a std 1 kid? wow... i must be behind times...

mon
18-11-2005, 08:04 AM
That's a norm nowadays. ALL of my music students have tuition almost every single day. The more the better. No comment but I sympathise with them somehow. Have you seen a child with black rings under her eyes? I have.

kokomo
18-11-2005, 09:09 AM
That's a norm nowadays. ALL of my music students have tuition almost every single day. The more the better. No comment but I sympathise with them somehow. Have you seen a child with black rings under her eyes? I have.

Haha .. that goes to show that they're actually not musically talented like me .. so tell them dun waste their money learning evryday .... :D Actually is jz a matter of practicing it evryday if they really like music .. right :confused:

Black rings under a child's eye? Kids nowadays also under a lot of pressure from parents huh?!?! .. :eek:

JackRyan1975
18-11-2005, 09:54 AM
*GASP!* tuition in ALL subjects for a std 1 kid? wow... i must be behind times...

There is also tuition for kindergarten kids nowadays. Seriously.

gnehkgnep
18-11-2005, 09:59 AM
There is also tuition for kindergarten kids nowadays. Seriously.

This is really new to me...... :eek: ......if like this teaching tuition can be a good investment :D .......now let me see what i m very good at :rolleyes:

fedup
18-11-2005, 10:10 AM
Mandarin speaking, I will presume that she will be chinese. Forget it man. don't waste your money on tuition just send her to a private school or send her o'seas for an education. So what if she manage very good r results, will she be able to get into mactriculation or join MARA or any of the "bumi" only instituitons. High hopes you people torturing little children with tuition instead of letting the child to enjoy his childhood. wearing of baju kurong to school doesn't get you into MARA either so just think about it :p

aimless
18-11-2005, 10:19 AM
ya, actually...save all the tuition money - as long as can pass, ok la... then use the money for an overseas degree. I think that is a better route to take. Looking back at my schooling days, achieving good results in school are practically meaningless. What you want is to have a well rounded, well developed child. I really think this neighbour of satigue's should look at developing his child in other ways, and yeah - let the poor kid be a kid...

sorry la, ppl ask for contacts, and we throw all our opinions in here!! :D

pcyeoh
18-11-2005, 10:25 AM
High hopes you people torturing little children with tuition instead of letting the child to enjoy his childhood.

Yes, I don't believe in torturing young children with 24 hours tuition. Why kiasu. Most parents do that instead of spend time to be involved in their children's education. Don't give me the excuse that you have no time or you are at lost. I know that the easiest way out is to just spend a couple of hundreds of ringgit and get someone do it for you when in the first place you bring the child into this world and it is our responsibilty to be a parent to him/her in a holistic manner. My daughter who just got her UPSR results two days ago did not attend any tuition classes during her 6 years in primary schooling nor any special UPSR classes conducted by her school (remember I refused to pay RM 200 for those special classes some time back) and she got 2As (English and Science), 2Bs and a C. I am proud of her results and we are going to celebrate this achievement. I don't care if my neighbour daughter score 5 As as scorings all As is not education. It is mental torture. The most important thing is she really enjoyed her schooling days.

aimless
18-11-2005, 10:36 AM
I am proud of her results and we are going to celebrate this achievement. I don't care if my neighbour daughter score 5 As as scorings all As is not education. It is mental torture. The most important thing is she really enjoyed her schooling days.


well said, pc, well said...

newbies
18-11-2005, 12:04 PM
what has the world come into..

kids no. 1 hatred is going to school..and parents nowadays is doing nothing else but just that ... normal school (ok fine), music school, tuition school ...all about subjects...

have they lost their minds...there are more than that to learn to become a good human being...

its hard to strike a balance...but balance is the key word in everything.....

heard of this person that the dad made him study till he obtained 1st class degree in something equal to rockect science..now what happen to him? no doubt that he earned a 5 figure salary but he is also into buying the lastest games and sounds systems....

he occupies his time with his sega (w/ever) and indirectly spoiling his kids....

i hope i would not be like that...give the child a break

LXDGRT
18-11-2005, 03:32 PM
I got a better idea!!! Why not let the child be as he or she is except just teach him/her to be a GOOD COLLECTOR. Then use all the money you save from tuition to buy good properties. By the time she reached adulthood, the properties would have matured and drawn a good income. After that, you just send your child to collect the few thousand RM and he/she would be financially ok then. Even if he/she ends up as a McDonald cashier, there is still plenty of income behind him/her.

Imagine investing millions on your child and then when he/she graduates, the starting pay is only RM1k+ under current situations? I think the above is a better idea.

Better idea or not?

LXDGRT
18-11-2005, 03:34 PM
Send them to me! I can show them how to be a better music student by practicing less than half, maybe even a quarter the time they are spending now. :D


That's a norm nowadays. ALL of my music students have tuition almost every single day. The more the better. No comment but I sympathise with them somehow. Have you seen a child with black rings under her eyes? I have.

mon
18-11-2005, 08:51 PM
Send them to me! I can show them how to be a better music student by practicing less than half, maybe even a quarter the time they are spending now. :D

Oh Oh :D..I actually meant all my music students have 'school tuition or private tuition almost every day...not music lessons every day! No, music only once a week..Sorry for not being clear at first.. :o

And yes, their tuition is making some of them weak..in a physical and mental sense..and sorry if any of my students' parents are reading this, by sending the child for tuition everyday for hours upon hours really serves no purpose..all they could tell me when they couldn't finish their music homework would be something like this "I'm too tired, I have not enough time, only slept 4 hours doing school and tuition homework..sorry teacher..but mummy said must take music exams this year also wor..":eek:
I would stop here.

mallanhead
18-11-2005, 10:22 PM
I remember when I was in Standard 1. I was just a KID. Going to school was fun. Homework was fun, and friends was fun. Why was is so fun. I feel no pressure and because after school, I have nothing else to do but playing. Playing and living like a kids. No pressure, not extra class, no tuition. If I want to take up music, it is because I want to learn music. Not because I have to. Nowadays kids are not allowed to be kids anymore. No wonder they grow up so fast.....

I will not endure my toddlers to be torture by unnecessary extra study. I have met a few people who excel in study but zilch in other things. Zilch comment sense and everythings has to be by the book. Boring.......

mon
18-11-2005, 10:35 PM
If I want to take up music, it is because I want to learn music. Not because I have to. Nowadays kids are not allowed to be kids anymore. No wonder they grow up so fast.....



Think we're digressing already..on de music thingy..nevertheless, I do agree with you..music is for enjoyment..fullstop on this topic from me.

Knight1993
20-11-2005, 04:26 PM
I remember when I was in Standard 1. I was just a KID. Going to school was fun. Homework was fun, and friends was fun. Why was is so fun. I feel no pressure and because after school, I have nothing else to do but playing. Playing and living like a kids. No pressure, not extra class, no tuition. If I want to take up music, it is because I want to learn music. Not because I have to. Nowadays kids are not allowed to be kids anymore. No wonder they grow up so fast.....

I will not endure my toddlers to be torture by unnecessary extra study. I have met a few people who excel in study but zilch in other things. Zilch comment sense and everythings has to be by the book. Boring.......


thats what my teacher always say to us in class.......

tykang
21-11-2005, 12:02 AM
why not stop them from going to school and enrol them for professional football then? :)
As a pro soccer player u can earn up to 50,000 to 100,000 pound per week = about close to half a million pound per month = a monthly millionaire if convert to RM. :eek:

So for all parents out there..... throw away those books and lets give our children the boots!!!!

(no offence - its meant to be a light humor.. however it is no impossible mission.. so for those who have dreamt of their kids being Beckham, Owen or Terry.. go get them !!!!!)

syltel
21-11-2005, 12:20 AM
It really seems so strange that primary 1 child needs tuition these days...Parents are becoming too demanding of their little ones nowadays..But seriously, have any of you notice the standard of the bahasa in school these days?? My daughter is in primary 5 and I have a really hard time in helping out in her bahasa homework!! There are some words I have never heard of before!!! And the maths they are learning now are more advanced then during my time at that age!! To be honest, at times before I can help out in her maths homework sometimes I have to secretly do a little bit of "studying" myself before I can help her!

tupai
22-11-2005, 06:17 PM
Yes, I don't believe in torturing young children with 24 hours tuition. Why kiasu. Most parents do that instead of spend time to be involved in their children's education. Don't give me the excuse that you have no time or you are at lost. I know that the easiest way out is to just spend a couple of hundreds of ringgit and get someone do it for you when in the first place you bring the child into this world and it is our responsibilty to be a parent to him/her in a holistic manner. My daughter who just got her UPSR results two days ago did not attend any tuition classes during her 6 years in primary schooling nor any special UPSR classes conducted by her school (remember I refused to pay RM 200 for those special classes some time back) and she got 2As (English and Science), 2Bs and a C. I am proud of her results and we are going to celebrate this achievement. I don't care if my neighbour daughter score 5 As as scorings all As is not education. It is mental torture. The most important thing is she really enjoyed her schooling days.

YES! SYABAS! Congrats to Ms Yeoh!

The past weeks, we have had some weird experiences interviewing potential Management trainees...many of these straight A's 'genius' are actually 'dumb & blinkered' asses...Nope, we have now employed 4 new MT and they are average grads but have good aptitude & balanced approach to life...pretty outdoor type too :D

heck? all subjects tuition in std 1 :confused: :confused:

yang amat blur sotong lato tupai whose kiddo takes 3hrs/wk tuition for mandarin only. :D