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  • 1. Statements of the Research Problem v3 Assessment as of 28 November 2013 MR. ADAM MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID MR. YUHAN MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI MR. AMIRUL MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES GOLD STARS FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 2. Assessment of the Research Problem Competency levels as of Thursday, November 28, 2013 G10 1 NAME 2 3 AVERAGE GRADE 01 Adam Mohamed Ali Gedi 42 42 50 45 E 02 Abdihamid Osman Mohamed 50 58 67 58 D 03 Said Abid S/O Said Tahir 67 67 42 59 D 04 Yuhan Satapo 0 0 0 0 F 05 Suwaibah Yama 0 0 0 0 F 06 Kamalrul Syazwan bin Marakan 42 42 50 47 E 07 Mohamad Helmi bin Abdul Khadir 0 0 0 0 F 08 Muhamadd bin Arsad 58 50 16 41 E 09 Muhamad Syazani bin Mohamad Sanee 67 42 75 61 C 10 Amirul Anwar bin Rosli 50 42 42 45 E 11 Liban Omar Moalim Mohamud 0 0 0 0 F 33 F 11 FIRST SLIDE Team Submission Grade as of 20 Nov 2013 LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 3. GOLD STAR AWARDS FOR ORIGINALITY Statement of the Research Problem G10 NAME 1 2 3 01 Adam Mohamed Ali Gedi 02 Abdihamid Osman Mohamed 03 Said Abid S/O Said Tahir 04 Yuhan Satapo 05 Suwaibah Yama 06 Kamalrul Syazwan bin Marakan 07 Mohamad Helmi bin Abdul Khadir 08 Muhamadd bin Arsad 09 Muhamad Syazani bin Mohamad Sanee 10 Amirul Anwar bin Rosli 11 Liban Omar Moalim Mohamud 11 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 4. Schedule of Required Coursework D = Draft; P = Practice; F = Final ; G = Grade Computation WEEK 09 1. Statement of the Research Problem: 1 sentence x 3 D 11 12 13 F 2. Topic Sentence (Assertion): 1 sentence x 3 10 14 15 G P G 3. Three-part Thesis Statement: 1 sentence + Detailss D F G 4. Three-level Outline: 1 page D F G 5. Poster: 1 page + references + theories D F G 6. Career Documents: 2 job ads + 2 targeted cover letters + 2 resumes + 2 CVs D F G 7. Presentations: poster + slideshow P F G 8. Meeting: Announcement, Agenda, Minutes D F G P 9. Quiz 2 F G 10. Quiz 3: 50% Memorandum of Transmittal about • Topmost on home page: (1) PPT of Theory Presentation, (2) PPT of Problem Statements + Thesis Statements, (3) MS Word Outline, (4) PPT of Research D F G D F G D F G Poster • On career portfolio: (1) MS Word job application set 1, (2) Job application set2, (3) PPT of meeting announcement & agenda , (4) MS Word of meeting minutes 11. Quiz 3: 50% Website: Photo & Dedication + About The Scholar, Career Portfolio + Certificates & Scores; Culture Portfolio w flash movies + Culture Portrait 12. Exit Interview / Online Survey FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 5. E 45% MR. ADAM 42% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 42% MR. YUHAN 50% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY ADAM MOHAMED ALI GEDI (SOMALIA) mr.adam.mohamed@gmail.com MR. AMIRUL MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES GOLD STARS Flag of Somalia (courtesy of s707.photobucket.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 6. FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 7. 42% ADAM MOHAMED ALI GEDI: 10 REASONS TO BUY LOCAL PRODUCTS In three weeks, I will design an informative poster with 6 pictures taken from the internet in English and Somali, explaining about the importance of consuming locally grown products (Klavinski, 2013) as they are cheaper and have higher quality, suitable for illiterate male teenager Somali consumers in Mogadishu to persuade them to purchase the local products to improve the economic condition of the nation (AUED, 2010). A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 8. 42% ADAM MOHAMED ALI GEDI: 8 WAYS TO CLEAN AIU’S HOSTELS In three weeks, I will create a poster with 5 pictures taken from the internet in English about new methods of cleaning such as assigning each student to clean specific area, and conducting routine inspections to improve the cleanliness conditions of (AIU male Hostels) suitable for AIU undergraduate and foundation studies male scholars from various backgrounds for living academically healthier conditions (Khan 2013, Para. 4). A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 9. 50% ADAM MOHAMED ALI GEDI: A SOMALI TRADITIONAL STORY In three weeks, I will make a poster with 5 pictures taken from the internet in English about “The division of the kill” an interesting Somali traditional story about, how animal kingdom: lion, hyena and tiger negotiated and divided what they had peaceful, suitable for Somali male political party leaders to negotiate like “The division of the kill” and solve the political conflicts of Somalia (Conflict theory, 2009) to bring back peace and stability, as the country has been in anarchy situation for more than two and half decades (Said M. Shidad Hussein, 2013 ). A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 10. References • Anderson, M.L. and Taylor, H.F. (2009). Sociology: The Essentials. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth. • AUED, B. (2010, August 29). Retrieved from http://onlineathens.com. • khan, N. (2013, June 19). http://entertainmentme.blogspot.com/. • Klavinski, R. (2013, April 2013). http://msue.anr.msu.edu. • Said M. Shidad Hussein. (2013, August 3). Retrieved from http://www.wardheernews • http://www.aiu.edu.my/student-hostel/ FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 11. D 58% MR. ADAM 50% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 58% MR. YUHAN 67% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MR. AMIRUL ABDIHAMID OSMAN MOHAMED (SOMALIA) MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES mr.abdihamid.osman@gmail.com GOLD STARS Flag of Somalia (courtesy of s707.photobucket.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 12. ABDIHAMID OSMAN MOHAMED: 5 WAYS TO COMPLETE HOMEWORK IN AIU 67% In three weeks , I will create an instruction poster 5 pictures from the internet in English that show AIU students 5 ways (student, 2005, para.1)to use to get their assignments done (Alabama, 2009, para.5) in one week before the deadline (Wisconsin, 2009, para.2) . A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G010 Abdihamid Osman Mohamed #01 Mr. Jaime 28-Nov-13
  • 13. ADD A SOURCE KEYWORDS MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 14. WEBSITE AUTHOR TITLE Para.1 DATE FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 15. ADD A THEORY KEYWORDS THEORY’S NAME MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 16. WEBSITE AUTHOR TITLE para.5 SECONDARY SOURCE DATE FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 17. ADD AN URGENCY KEYWORDS MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 18. WEBSITE AUTHOR TITLE PARA.2 DATE FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 19. References Alabama, U. o. (9 February , 2009). Social Learning Theory. Retrieved 26 November, 2013, from Online Learning Laboratory : http://www.southalabama.edu/oll/mobile/theory_workbook/social_learning_theory.htm Student, U. (19 February , 2005). Resource Centre. Retrieved 19 November, 2013, from Merlin Helps Students: http://www.merlinhelpsstudents.com/resourcecentre/studyguide/assignments.asp Wisconsin, U. o. (2009). Learn Centre . Retrieved 26 November, 2013, from White-water : http://www.uww.edu/learn/motivating_students.php FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 20. Assertion/Assumption All AIU students can use 5 pictures on a poster to get their assignments done in one week before the deadline 3x1x1 Thesis Statement All AIU UGP, FSP and IEP students can use 5 pictures on a poster to get their assignments done in one week before the deadline. Research question : Can all AIU students use 5 pictures on a poster to get their assignments done in one week before the deadline FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 21. ABDIHAMID OSMAN MOHAMED: 6 WAYS FOR SOMALIS TO PLANT RICE 58% In three weeks, I will create an instruction poster with 6 pictures from the internet in English and Somali that show Somali people 6 ways (Chuasiriporn, 1997) to follow to plant rice tree (Abdi, 2010) in four months (Wikipedia, 2013) . A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G010 Abdihamid Osman Mohamed #02 Mr.Jaime 28-Nov-13 A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only]
  • 22. ADD A SOURCE KEYWORDS MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 23. WEBSITE AUTHOR TITLE PARA.2 DATE FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 24. ADD A THEORY KEYWORDS THEORY’S NAME MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 25. WEBSITE TITLE AUTHOR PARA.8 SECONDRY SOURCE DATE FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 26. ADD AN URGENCY KEYWORDS MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 27. WEBSITE WEBSITE’S NAME TITLE DATE AUTHOR PARA.19 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 28. REFRECNCES Abdi, D. (3 February, 2010). Somalia Agriculture and its Current Problems . Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from Kabissa: http://www.kabissa.org/blog/somalia-agriculture-and-itscurrent-problems Chuasiriporn, A. (1997). How to Plant Rice Seed . Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from garden guides: http://www.gardenguides.com/96710-plant-rice-seed.html Lifestyle Group (2013). Common Types of Rice. Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from Real simple: http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/shopping-storing/food/common-types-rice00000000040649/page3.html Wikipedia. (14 November, 2013). Maslow's hierarchy of needs . Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 29. Assertion/Assumption All Somali people can use six pictures on poster to plant rice tree in four months. 1x1x3 Thesis Statement All Somali people can use six pictures on poster to plant Short-Grain, LongGrain and Jasmine rice (Lifestyle Group,2013). Research question: Can All Somali people use six pictures on poster to plant rice tree in four months? FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 30. ABDIHAMID OSMAN MOHAMED: 5 WAYS FOR DISABLED SOMALI STUDENTS TO LEARN SOMALI 50% In three weeks, I will create an instruction poster with five pictures from the internet in Somali that show 5 ways (Wikipedia, 2013) for Somali students with learning disabilities (Cleveland Clinic Foundation,1995)to learn Somali language in 12 months (Wikipedia,2013) A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A B C PASS FAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A* A B C PASS FAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G010 Abdihamid Osman Mohamed #03 Mr. Jaime 28-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 31. ADD A SOURCE KEYWORDS MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 32. WEBSITE AUTHOR PARA.6 DATE FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 33. ADD A THEORY KEYWORDS MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 34. WEBSITE AUTHOR TITLE PARA.11 SECONDRY SOURCE Date FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 35. ADD AN URGENCY KEYWORDS MATCH FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 36. WEBSITE WEBSITE’S NAME DATE AUTHOR TITLE PARA.4 FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 37. REFERENCES Cleveland Clinic Foundation. (1995). Learning Disabilities. Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from Cleveland clinic: http://my.clevelandclinic.org/disorders/learning_disabilities/hic_what_you_need_to_know _about_learning_disabilities.aspx Wikipedia. (28 October, 2013). Language-based learning disability. Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languagebased_learning_disability Wikipedia. (21 November, 2013). Social learning theory. Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_learning_theory The National Centre for Learning Disabilities. (2013). Types of LD. Retrieved 28 November, 2013, from ncld: http://www.ncld.org/types-learning-disabilities FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 38. Assertion/Assumption Somali students with learning disabilities can use five pictures on a poster to learn Somali language in 12 months . 3x1x1 Thesis Statement Dyslexic, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia Somali students(National Centre for Learning Disabilities,2013) can use five pictures on a poster to learn Somali language in 12 months. Research question : Can All Somali people use six pictures on poster to plant rice tree in four months? FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 39. D 59% MR. ADAM 67% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 67% MR. YUHAN 42% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MR. AMIRUL SAID ABID S/O SAID TAHIR (AFGHANISTAN) MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES mr.saidabid.saidy@gmail.com GOLD STARS Afghanistan flag (courtesy of www.afghan-web.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 40. 67% SAID ABID S/O SAID TAHIR: 3 WAYS TO ENHANCE AFGHAN EDUCATION In three weeks I will design an information poster with 5 pictures created by me in English and Pashto about three ways of enhancing children learning to enable junior high school teachers (Resource center, 2012) in the Afghanistan to improve lecture delivery by using textbooks, photo caption, and visual strategies (Sieff, 2012). A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 41. • Details • (Research center, 2012) Resource center. (2012). Children situation in Afghanistan. Retrieved November 23, 2013 from http://resourcecentre.savethechildren.se/start/countries/afghanistan • Urgency • (Sieff , 2012) Sieff, K. (2012). Afghan Children flee homes for the chance to learn. The Sydney morning herald. Retrieved November 23, 2013 from http://www.smh.com.au/world/afghan-children-flee-homes-for-the-chance-tolearn20121226-2bwfn.html • Theory • (Cherry, 2013) Cherry, K. (2013). Social learning theory. Retrieved November 23, 2013 from http://psychology.about.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 42. 67% SAID ABID S/O SAID TAHIR: 10 TYPES OF AFGHAN FOOD In three weeks I will design an information poster with 10 colorful pictures created by me in English and Pashto about how to cook cheap (Trip advisor, 2012) different types of spicy, sour, and hot food to help the restaurants in Kabul to reduce the prices of the food they sell (Wadsam, 2013). A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 43. • Details • (Wadsam, 2013) Wadsam. (2013). Kabul Residents complain about high food prices. Retrieved November 23, 2013 from http://www.wadsam.com/kabul-residents-complain-about-high foodprices-979/ • Urgency • (Trip Advisor, 2012) Advisor, T. (2012). Excellent food at great prices; Review of Kabul restaurants Afghan. Retrieved November 23, 2013 from http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g47939d789721-r146340599-Kabul_Restaurant_Afghan-Huntington_Long_Island_New_York.html • Theory • (Channel , 2013) Channel, J. (2013). Cheap recipes. Retrieved November 23, 2013 from http://www.channel4.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 44. 42% SAID ABID S/O SAID TAHIR: 9 AFGHAN CUSTOMS & TRADITIONS In three weeks I will design an information poster with 9 colorful pictures created by me in English about the customs of Afghanistan such dinning etiquette and greeting etiquette to create cultural awareness among the Afghan people (Shamal, 2011). A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 45. • Details • (Kwint, 2012) Kwint, E. (2012). Afghanistan-language, culture, and etiquette. Retreived November 23, 2013 from http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/ • Urgency: • (Shamal, 2011) Shamal, P. (2011). Inattention to culture the source problems in Afghanistan. Retrieved November 23, 2013 from http://www.tolonews.com/en/6:30-report/2984-inattention-to-culture-thesource-of-problems-in-afghanistan • Theory • (Wikipedia, 2013) Wikipedia, org (2013). Theory of Pashtuns decent from Israelites. Retrieved Novemebr 23, 2013 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_Pashtun_descent_from_Israelites FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 46. Z 00% MR. ADAM 00% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 00% MR. YUHAN 00% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MR. AMIRUL YUHAN SATAPO (THAILAND) MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES mr.yuhan.satapo@gmail.com GOLD STARS Thailand flag (courtesy of www.flagyard.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 47. 00% YUHAN SATAPO: 5 SOLUTIONS TO CONFLICTS IN SOUTH THAILAND A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 48. 00% YUHAN SATAPO: 12 WEAKNESS IN SPEAKING ENGLISH A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 49. 00% YUHAN SATAPO: 12 STEPS TO IMPROVE PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 50. Z 00% MR. ADAM 00% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 00% MR. YUHAN 00% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY SUWAIBAH YAMA (THAILAND) MR. AMIRUL MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES suwaibah.yama@gmail.com GOLD STARS Thailand flag (courtesy of www.flagyard.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 51. 00% SUWAIBAH YAMA: 25 QUESTIONS IN ENGLISH A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 52. 00% SUWAIBAH YAMA: 5 WAYS TO KEEP AIU CLEAN A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 53. 00% SUWAIBAH YAMA: THE IMPORTANCE OF THAILAND’S SONGKRAN FESTIVAL A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 54. E 47% MR. ADAM 42% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 42% MR. YUHAN 50% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MR. AMIRUL KAMALRUL SYAZWAN BIN MARAKAN (MALAYSIA) MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES No professional email GOLD STARS Malaysia flag courtesy of www.malaysiaworldexpo.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 55. 42% KAMALRUL SYAZWAN BIN MARAKAN: 10 WAYS TO IMPROVE STUDY SKILLS In three weeks, I will present an information poster with 5 pictures taken from open source resources in friendly format that return in English and Malay language about steps to improve a specific technical study skills in managing time (Amy Hinkle,2011, para 1) that suitable to foundation students of AiU for easier to them to manage study and score in exam. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 56. 42% KAMALRUL SYAZWAN BIN MARAKAN: 5 TRADITIONAL MALAYSIAN DANCES In three weeks, I will create an information poster with 5 pictures found from internet in English about types of traditional dance in Malaysia (Mollyosc, 2011) that suitable to all AIU students to gain knowledge and see the beauty of Malaysia traditional dance. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 57. 50% KAMALRUL SYAZWAN BIN MARAKAN: 10 ANIMAL WORDS FOR CHILDREN In three weeks, I will create an information poster with 10 pictures taken from internet in colorful format in English and Malay about 10 popular pets in Malaysia (Agloinfo, 2013) that suitable to children 5-10 years of age for easier to them to recognize the name and type of pets in early age. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 58. Details #1: (Amy Hinkle,2011, para 1) Hinkle, A. (2011, June 2). 6 Steps to Help Students Learn Better Time Management. Retrieved November 22, 2013, from CollegeAmerica: http://www.collegeamerica.edu/blog/6-steps-to-help-students-learnbettertime-management #2: (Agloinfo, 2013) AngloINFO. (2013). Pets and Animals in Malaysia. Retrieved November 22, 2013, from AgloINFO: http://malaysia.angloinfo.com/family/pets/ #3: (Mollyosc, 2011) Mollyosc. (2011, September 16). Cultural dances & traditional musical instruments of Malaysia. Retrieved November 22, 2013, from Taman sri nibong ra log: http://tsnra.wordpress.com/2011/09/16/4-cultural-dances-of-malaysia/ FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 59. Urgency #1: Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC). (2013). Time management. Retrieved November 22, 2013, from Vitae realising the potential of researchers: http://www.vitae.ac.uk/researchers/1324/Time-management.html FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 60. Theory #1: Nichol, M. (2013). 7 types of narrative conflict. Retrieved November 22, 2013, from Daily writing tips: http://www.dailywritingtips.com/7-types-of-narrative-conflict/ #2: Arras People. (2013). Skills & Competencies and the Future of Project Management . Retrieved November 22, 2013, from Arras people: http://www.arraspeople.co.uk/project-and-programme-managementresources/project-management-newsletter-from-arras-people/project-managementnewsletter-from-arras-people-archive-2012/project-management-training-coursesproject-management-tipoffs/ #3: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. (2013, November 14). Maslow's hierarchy of needs. Retrieved November 22, 2013, from Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow's_hierarchy_of_needs
  • 61. Z 00% MR. ADAM 00% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 00% MR. YUHAN 00% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MOHAMAD HELMI BIN ABDUL KHADIR (MALAYSIA) mohamad.helmi.khadir@gmail.com MR. AMIRUL MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES GOLD STARS Malaysia flag courtesy of www.malaysiaworldexpo.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 62. 00% MOHAMAD HELMI BIN ABDUL KHADIR: 5 UNIQUE MALAYSIAN PLANTS & ANIMALS A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 63. 00% MOHAMAD HELMI BIN ABDUL KHADIR: 10 SONGS & STORIES OF SOCIETY A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 64. 00% MOHAMAD HELMI BIN ABDUL KHADIR: 15 CONTRIBUTIONS TO SOCIETY A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 65. E 41% MR. ADAM 58% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 50% MR. YUHAN 16% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MR. AMIRUL MUHAMADD BIN ARSAD (MALAYSIA) MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES muhamadd.bin.arsad.aiu@gmail.com GOLD STARS Malaysia flag courtesy of www.malaysiaworldexpo.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
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  • 67. 58% MUHAMADD BIN ARSAD: 10 WAYS TO SURVIVE FOOD POISONING Student from Intensive English Programme to Degree student can read poster with 10 pictures and English text to learn how to survive food poison by students of Albukhary International University and family among Malaysian society within 3 days. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 68. 50% MUHAMADD BIN ARSAD: 15 STEPS TO EFFECTIVE NOTE-TAKING & CRITICAL THINKING Student Albukhary International University especially foreigner students and Malaysian students can studies poster with 15 pictures with English text to do note taking and thinking critically to improve Albukhary International University’s student academic from the beginning in the class until in the room within 1 weeks. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 69. 16% MUHAMADD BIN ARSAD: 10 KEY HEALTH ACTIVITIES The teenagers in Malaysia can follow an instructive informative poster in 10 pages and English text to list the most important physical health activities to improve body’s healthy within 1 month. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 70. C 61% MR. ADAM 67% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 42% MR. YUHAN 75% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MUHAMAD SYAZANI BIN MOHAMAD SANEE (MALAYSIA) MR. AMIRUL MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES GOLD STARS muhd.syazani.aiu@gmail.com Malaysia flag courtesy of www.malaysiaworldexpo.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 71. 67% MUHAMAD SYAZANI BIN MOHAMAD SANEE: 10 BENEFITS OF EXERCISE In three weeks, I will design an information poster with 10 pictures created by me in bright colors and word in English about what is the benefit if students and security guards in International Albukhary University(AIU) can get if do an exercise early in the morning at least 15 minutes a day to improve their healthy life because nowadays they busy with their own work and neglect their health condition. (Atalie,2013) A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 72. Problem Statement 1 • Details • (DiscoveryHealth,2013) Discovery Health.(2013). Why is Exercise Important? Discovery Health. Retrieved on 22th Nov 2013 from http://www.healthdiscovery.net • Urgency • (Atalie,2013) Allen, A. (2013). Busy Students May Neglect Health. Independent. Retrieved on 22th Nov 2013 from www.clarkcollegeindependent.com • Theory • (Eva Rieder, 2012) Rieder, E. (2012). The Art of Narrative, Part Three: Conflict and Rising Action. Eva Rieder. Retrieved on 22th Nov 2013 from www.evarieder.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 73. 42% MUHAMAD SYAZANI BIN MOHAMAD SANEE: 10 EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION IN MALAYSIA In three weeks, I will design an informative poster with 10 pictures created by me in bright colors in English and Malay about how terrible a corruption can be to my countries that is Malaysia that now like a virus that very difficult to cure (Jenifer, 2013) and what is the benefit that Malaysian underprivileged people can get if they follow five ways that I suggested. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 74. Problem Statement 2 • Details • (Wendy,2004) Wendy. (2004). What Are the Causes of Corruption?. China Daily. Retrieved on 22th Nov 2013 from www.chinadaily.com • Urgency • (Jenifer, 2013) Gomez, J. (2013). Malaysia gets “very high risk” corruption ranking in procurement of defence equipment. The Malaysian Insider. on 22th Nov 2013 from www.themalaysianinsider.com • Theory • (University of Twente, 2013) University of Twente (2013). Theory Of planned Behavior/ reasoned Retrieved on 22 Nov 2013 from www.utwente.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED Retrieved Action. NEXT SLIDE
  • 75. 75% MUHAMAD SYAZANI BIN MOHAMAD SANEE: 20 WAYS TO SAVE MALAYSIA’S FLORA & FAUNA In three weeks, I will design a poster full with information with 10 pictures, in five steps created by me in bright colors with in English and Malay word about how to save our flora and fauna that now are being distinction by some people that only want profit (Evan Manurung,2009) so the Malaysian native people can get the benefit. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 76. Problem Statement 3 • Details • (Travel,2012) Travel. (2012). The Flora and Fauna of Malaysia. eTravelMinder. 22th Nov 2013 from www.etravelminder.com Retrieved from • Urgency • (Evan Manurung,2009) Manurung, E. (2009). Extinction Caused by Human Activity. Flora And Fauna. Retrieved on 22th November 2013 from www.ephysical.blogspot.com • • FIRST SLIDE Theory (Boston, 2013) Boston University School of Public Health (2013). The Transtheoretical Model (Stages of Change). Behavioral Change Models. Retrieved 22th Nov 2013 from www.sphweb.bumc.bu.edu.com LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED on NEXT SLIDE
  • 77. E 45% MR. ADAM 50% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 42% MR. YUHAN 42% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MR. AMIRUL AMIRUL ANWAR BIN ROSLI (MALAYSIA) MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES amirul.anwar.rosli.aiu@gmail.com GOLD STARS Malaysia flag courtesy of www.malaysiaworldexpo.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 78. 50% AMIRUL ANWAR BIN ROSLI: HOW TO EXPAND MALAYSIA’S ECONOMY In 3 weeks, I will create an informative poster with 6 pictures with descriptions in English and Malay about on how to expand economic value of a family in Malaysia in order to suit themselves with the increase of goods’ price in Malaysia (Jerrenn,2013) , so that the citizens of Malaysia, especially the underprivileged families can increase their income within 6 months. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 79. 42% AMIRUL ANWAR BIN ROSLI: 15 TYPES OF MALAYSIAN FOOD Throughout another 3 weeks, I will design an informative poster in English and Malay which contains 15 pictures of various types of food from different races in Malaysia and it will create interest among the foreign students and staffs in AIU to try 15 types of Malaysian food, which now being the attraction towards the tourists who visit Malaysia(Norman,2013, paragraph written on 27th of September). A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 80. 42% AMIRUL ANWAR BIN ROSLI: 5 SHORT MALAY LEGENDS In next 3 weeks, I will create an informative poster that consists of 5 Malay legendary short stories in English and Malay with 5 simple and youth-understandable pictures, so that I can create awareness among youths in Malaysia about the value of appreciating the history of the country (Syawal,2013,Para. 15) because nowadays the youths tend to forget the history. A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 81. Details #1:(Dummies,2013) Dummies, (2013), How to Boost Your Household Income, retrieved on 22nd Nov 2013 from www.dummies.com. #2:(Malaysia Food,2013) Malaysia Food, (2013), Malaysia Food Reviews, retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 from http://www.malaysiafood.my/ #3:(Alynn,2009) Alynn, (2009), Koleksi Cerita Rakyat, retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 from http://alynn-media2ukoleksiceritarakyat.blogspot.com/ FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 82. Urgency #1:(Jerrenn,2013) Jerrenn, L., (2013), Fuel Price Increase Divides Malaysia, retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 from http://globalvoicesonline.org #2:(Norman,2013, paragraph written on 27th of September) Norman Musa, (2013), Chef jets from one food festival to another in his quest to promote halal Malaysian food, retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 from http://www.normanmusa.com/news.htm #3:(Syawal,2013,Para. 15) Syawal Hafriz, (2013), In Search Of Real History, retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 from http://www.themalaysianinsider.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 83. Theory #1: (Mantekofi,2013) Mantekofi, (2013), Dale’s Cone Of Experience And Its Impact On Effective Teaching, retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 from http://educapsycho.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/theroleof-art/ #2: ( Saul, M., 2013) Saul,M. , (2013), Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 from http://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html #3: ( Ker,T., 2013) Ker,T., (2013), What is Darwin's Theory of Evolution? , retrieved on 23rd Nov 2013 on http://www.livescience.com/474controversy-evolution-works.html FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 84. Z 00% MR. ADAM 00% MR. ABDILHAMID MR. SAID ABID 00% MR. YUHAN 00% MS. SUWAIBAH MR. KAMALRUL MR. HELMI MR. MUHAMADD MR. SYAZANI STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM BY MR. AMIRUL LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD (SOMALIA) MR. LIBAN ASSESSMENTS DEADLINES mr.liban.omar.aiu@gmail.com GOLD STARS Flag of Somalia (courtesy of s707.photobucket.com FIRST SLIDE LAST SLIDE END SHOW PREVIOUS SLIDE LAST VIEWED NEXT SLIDE
  • 85. 00% LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #01 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 86. 00% LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #02 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE
  • 87. 00% LIBAN OMAR MOALIM MOHAMUD: NO PROBLEM STATEMENT SUBMITTED Problem statement A* A B C PASS FAIL 01. LOGIC: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A* A C PASS FAIL 02. CLARITY: One complete sentence with no errors A* A B C PASS FAIL 03. CHALLENGE: A topic that can be at college-level A* A B C PASS FAIL 04. SPECIFIC OUTPUT: A clear product for grading A* A B C PASS FAIL 05. VIABLE OUTPUT: Doable before deadline A* A B C PASS FAIL 06. BENEFICIARY: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A* A B C PASS FAIL 07. URGENCY: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A* A B C PASS FAIL 08. SPECIFIC BENEFICIARY: Beneficiary need is quantified A* A B C PASS FAIL 09. RELEVANCE: What beneficiary must do to meet urgent need A* A B C PASS FAIL 10. MEASURABLE ACTION: Quantified verbs and nouns A* A B C PASS FAIL 11. ORIGINAL INPUT: Use of elements of originality A* A C PASS FAIL 12. PROOF: Use of authoritative support A* A B C PASS FAIL G10 Complete Student Name #03 B B Mr. Jaime 14-Nov-13 FIRST SLIDE A* = 90 to 100 A SLIDE 90 B = 70 to 80 C =SHOW70 D = 50 toPREVIOUS 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] LAST = 80 to END 60 to LAST VIEWED 60 F = 0 to SLIDE NEXT SLIDE