H I G H LI G H T S
Laman web ini menyediakan latihan-latihan
matematik tahun 6 UPSR yang disusun mengikut
tajuk-tajuk seperti yang ditunjukkan dalam
senarai kandungan di bawah.
Sebagai calon UPSR 2015, latihan matematik dalam bentuk latih-tubi amat
penting bagi membiasakan murid-murid dengan
bentuk-bentuk soalan yang biasa keluar dalam
UPSR. Semakin banyak latihan matematik UPSR yang
dibuat, maka semakin besarlah peluang
murid-murid untuk mendapat A dalam matematik
Sebab itu jugalah,
pendekatan latih-tubi amat popular di
pusat-pusat tuisyen. Rata-rata, pusat tuisyen
menjadikan kaedah latih-tubi sebagai latihan di
pusat tuisyen dan juga sebagai homework murid
untuk disiapkan di rumah. Keadaan ini
menyebabkan wujudnya idea untuk membuat
latihtubi secara atas talian (online) yang kini
semakin popular di internet.
online membolehkan pelajar menjawab soalan
matematik secara online dan mendapatkan jawapan
atau keputusan on
the spot secara online juga. Kaedah ini
lebih pantas daripada kaedah semakan latihan
matematik secara konvensional yang dilakukan
oleh guru. Walau bagaimanapun, jika murid
ditunjukkan dengan langkah kerja bagi
mendapatkan sesuatu jawapan, maka itu adalah
Baru-baru ini, telah dilancarkan
satu program tuisyen online yang memberi peluang
kepada pelajar untuk memahami jalan kerja soalan
matematik Tahun 6 UPSR yang dikenali sebagai
Terdapat latihan-latihan matematik Tahun 6 UPSR yang
sentiasa dikemaskini oleh guru-guru terlibat. Murid-murid boleh mendapatkan maklumat lanjut
mengenai program ini di laman web EasyTuition
Untuk makluman anda,
kini Easytution juga
menyokong/support platform mobile.
Ini bermakna, jika anda mempunyai peranti
mobile/tab seperti Samsung Galaxy, anda boleh
memggunakan Easytution, sama seperti anda
menggunakan Easytution menggunakan komputer PC.
Ya, beribut-ribu pelajar di Malaysia telah
menggunakan EasyTution, anda bila lagi?
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Education Issues Again - No More UPSR, PMR
you know that some tuition centers are already
seeing a drop in the numbers of students enrolling
for tuition classes? This is happening in the pre-UPSR
and pre-PMR age groups.
The reason is parents and students are preparing for
the time when both the PMR and UPSR will be
abolished. The PMR will end in 2014. Not clear when
the UPSR will be abolished but many parents are
feeling less "urgency" over their kids education.
Our generally lepakking school kids are now going to
lepak even more in school. We are still a Third
World country. We are not Finland yet - which has
the best school education system in the world (they
dont have anything like the UPSR or PMR but they do
have many, many other things that we dont do).
To digress, you must understand our modern history.
Did you know that as late as the early 70s, schools
were being built in the rural areas which did not
have enough students. There were plenty human beings
living in the villages but parents did not always
send their children to school. Schools, urbanisation,
working according to time schedules were still new
In a largely agrarian society (which Malaysia was at
that time) the concept of working according to a
clock on the wall or delivering something exactly on
an agreed date was not relevant to many people.
People just did not understand the concept too well.
Many adults at that time were still illiterate or
had basic reading and writing skills. The
grandparents generation were most definitely
illiterate. So even in the 70s, sending kids to
school full time was a new fangled idea for parents.
Dr Mahathir even said that when he became the PM in
1981, he realised that Civil Servants were coming to
work late in the morning and leaving for home early
at 3PM. Working 9-5 was still new for many people.
So Dr M introduced the 'punch clock' system. This
made sure that Civil Servants worked a full day.
(This was among the reasons many people - especially
the Senior Civil servants at that time who drank
whiskey and played golf during office hours - did
not like Dr Mahathir. They started calling him an
upstart, dictator and such.)
Ok back to education - it was the same schools and
the education system that has brought so much
positive change to the country. It was a very, very
good education system that we had in this country
until the late 70s and early 80s. And it was an exam
It was not broken. Why did we try to fix something
that was not broken? Or why did we break something
that was working so well and then try to replace it
with something that is broken?
In a still developing country like ours the UPSR,
PMR and SPM have served as periodic "disciplining
mechanisms" where students (as well as their
parents) are programmed from early on to prepare for
The UPSR, PMR, SPM and STPM etc are indeed major
challenges. And it is an effective measure of
everything - a national level yardstick by which we
can measure how much our kids are learning, if the
teachers are doing their job, if the school system
is functioning well plus more.
They really serve to tell the young of their
directions in life. Those who sail through can set
their sights over the horizon. Those who are
faltering can take remedial measures. (Tuition is
one of them).
Plus it jerks the kids into the real world - you
have to prepare for your exams. They are major
milestones of achievement. Kids have to prepare
themselves and appreciate the idea of planning and
To get through your exams, you must develop
interest, motivate yourself and learn to use your
time efficiently. Even for those who do not do too
well in their exams they learn the value of
examinations and the type of discipline needed. And
they will remember this when the time comes to raise
their own children. I think my wife and I were able
to pass this idea along to both our sons and to our
foster child as well.
So an exam based system - in a society where our
parents or grandparents may have been illiterate and
where formal education has only been available to
the masses since the 70s - has helped a developing
country like ours very well.
Now all these are being removed - except for the SPM.
I think this is not good for the country.
We are told there will be a standardised 'School
Based Exam' - but we have always had that for a long
time. It is nothing new. And in most schools their
exams are always more challenging than the public
Yes Finland does not have an exam based system
anymore but they are Finland - among the most
socially advanced countries in the world. Singapore
has apparently revamped their education curriculum
three times but again that is Singapore - the
wealthiest country per capita in the world today. We
are neither Finland or Singapore.
Even with the exam based system - there are
complaints that teachers have been lepakking and not
really teaching. (One urban legend - a teacher tells
her pupils, "awak semua yang pandai saya tak payah
mengajar, yang bodoh pula tak payah belajar").
Imagine a system now where there are no more public
examinations - with which we can measure the
progress of the young on a nationwide scale. The
teachers and kids will be lepakking even more.
The old Malay saying, 'kalau guru kencing berdiri,
anak murid akan kencing berlari' comes to mind.
(There is plenty of wisdom in the old Malay sayings
ok. Do not understand the wisdom of the land.)
The influx of religion into the education system has
also severely restricted the development of
intelligent thinking in schools - among both
teachers and students. Things are set to get worse.
Would you like to share your thoughts on this? We
need ideas. Good workable ideas.
Syed Akbar Ali