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Malay Department


Vision 

 

Riverlites will have a passion for their Mother Tongue Languages.

 

Mission

 

To nurture Riverlites to be Active Learners who communicate confidently using Mother Tongue Language in everyday life and appreciate their culture.


P2 Speech and Drama

Theme

Classical Folk Tales

OBJECTIVES

1.       To encourage students to appreciate Malay Classical Folk Tales

2.       To equip Riverlites to be Confident Speakers during Holistic Assessment






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Performers from the second group (Abu Nawas)

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Performance by the first group (Pak Pandir)

P2 Experiential Learning at the Neighbourhood

Theme

Our Neighbourhood

Date

14 July 2017

OBJECTIVES

1.       To allow students to be aware of the things found in the neighbourhood.

2.       To increase students’ vocabulary about the neighbourhood.

3.       To allow students to learn about safety and being considerate in the neighbourhood.









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P2 Students learning about the playground

Teacher and Student Skit during Malay Language Seminar 2017

Date

14 March 2017

OBJECTIVES

  1. Students and teacher collaborate to perform a skit during the seminar
  2. To encourage students to be confident speakers through a skit





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The student performers

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Students and teacher receiving Token of Appreciation from Minister Mr Masagos Zulkifli
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N1 Cluster Sharing – Guide to PSLE for Students

Date

14 July 2017

OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide P6 students with study guide to PSLE
  2. To enrich P6 students with various methods in composition writing and answering comprehension questions
  3. To reiterate on the new PSLE Oral format







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Mass lecture on answering comprehension questions accurately

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Sharing on using of figurative language in composition writing

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Sharing on responses for video stimulus during oral

Speech & Drama Enrichment Programme for Primary 1 Pupils

Date

10 March 2017

Time

8.00 a.m. – 9.00 a.m.

Highlights

Primary 1 students had the opportunity to showcase their talents during their post-course Speech and Drama Performance on 10 March 2017 after attending 6 sessions of Speech & Drama Enrichment. Parents of Primary 1 students were also invited to watch the delightful and entertaining performances that was held in the School Library.

OBJECTIVES

To equip Riverlites to be Confident Speakers during Holistic Assessment












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1.       All ready in their costumes!

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2.       Working together with their friends to put up a delightful performance

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3.       Besides learning how to perform, they can sing too.

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4.       Embracing their Malay culture through Speech and Drama

Language Carnival @ RiVPS by StoryScribblers

Nek Selampit dan Kisah Diraja -  Sang Nila Utama

Date

18 May 2017

OBJECTIVES

Objectives: 

 

1)    To provide an engaging, hands-on session that will be able to ignite the love and curiosity of the pupils for their Malay Language, in a holistic and engaging manner through a variety of resources.

2)    To introduce and generate interests towards the Legends of Singapore among the young minds.

3)    To inculcate interest listening to stories in Malay Language












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Prizes ready for the students

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Nek Selampit engaging the students in a sing-a-long session

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Adly Nufail acted as one of the characters in the story.

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Humaira won herself a Kisah Diraja Sang Nila Utama story book.

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Group photo with the P4 students & teachers.

NLB Read! Festival Book Jam (Invite a Local Author)

Date

11 May 2017

OBJECTIVES

  1. Introduce a local author and her publications to the students
  2. To promote reading activity to students





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Rila Melati reading a story to the students

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Students taking part in a reading competition by Khairul Anwar