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Last Sunday, I was invited to the college Open Day. It was a very great experience. I am impressed with the students..they were smiling while greeting the visitors. The stafs were also friendly and warm. Thank for this wonderful experience. #Softskills beyond academic.
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We have been at the school more than one year. It is a great school with dedicated teachers. Communications is frequent and parents are kept informed about the clasess and curriculum.
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Very committed teachers, principal & staff. The children feel at home, bond well & grow together to be caring individuals looking out for each other. Education is not just about academic achievement but bringing out the best inside each child.
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Asia Metropolitan University was rank 111 in Web of University (webometrics) year 2016 (Malaysia only)
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The concept for delivery of knowledge seems to be innovative. proximity of the staff with the students has been reported to be the key factor in facilitation of learning.hats off to the leader of the team and all the team members. wish you a great name and recognition globally.
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A life long Love Consider what these situations have in common: ordering food from a menu, following road directions or filling out a form? Answer: All the situations involve reading in one form or another. Reading is one of the most important practical tools that has to be developed from an early age.Being able to access information through the printed word is an absolute necessity for personal growth and satisfaction. As children initiate a lifelong relationship with the printed word, they become adults who are confident readers, whether for knowledge, business or pleasure. What can we do to encourage the reading habit? Start Young “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” ? Dr. Seuss Spend time talking; telling stories and singing with children from the time they are infants. Guide your child by pointing to the pictures, and say the names of the various objects. By associating words to pictures and real life objects, the child learns the value of language. Read aloud Like singing, the sound, rhythm and melody of words helps in the development of language acquisition, listening skills and prepares children for the written word. Be expressive and exaggerate change your voice, tone, pace and volume to fit the story. These will make the story more interesting and memorable to a child. Even when children are able to read by themselves, you can still continue reading aloud stories as this stretches their imagination and motivates them to improve their reading skills. Routine matters “Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” ? Emilie Buchwald Try to read with your child daily at a regularly scheduled time.Choose a comfortable place to read together. This helps in creating a special feeling at reading time. Let your child select the books to read your child may favour one book and insists you read that night after night! Although it may be boring for you (WARNING:when you try to skip parts, they WILL know!), keep in mind that the story may interest your child or meet an emotional need within them. Done regularly, routines will become habits and your child will be more inclined to read even when you are busy. Talk about it When reading a story, talk about it to the child. Discuss the pictures and the main ideas. Get your child to predict what might happen next before turning the pages. Ask them to consider what they might do if they were in the position of a character in the story. Be a reading role model Set an example by reading yourself. Take your child to the bookstores or libraries and encourage him to borrow books. Let the child see you reading books, newspapers or magazines, in any form. “Let us read, and let us dance; these two amusements will never do any harm to the world.” ? Voltaire ASIA Metropolitan International School (ametis), in line with its philosophy of ‘Educating Forward’ provides a holistic learning environment, with a great emphasis on mastering the English Language. Learners are prepared to have the advantage of confidently coping with information, communication and digital technology; preparing them to succeed in a global setting.

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