>>> "tbh" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
10/07/02 09:08PM >>>
Quote of the week:
He has shown you, O man, what is good;
And what does the Lord require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly with your God?
About 12 kids turned up with teachers Karen Chew (yes, she is back and married
and will try to bring some of her wedding pictures for the kids to see next week) ,
Victor, Yen, Uncle Chuah and myself. All turned out well.
a. Yoke Lin went with Mei Yoon to do visitation
b. The rest went with Mark Loo (FBC Chinese Church) to distribute the
leaflets. They also went to check out the coffee shop whether it is
available for rental. However, the coffee shop has rented the living hall
and one room. All other rooms in that shop were occupied by the owner.
Besides, there is a big red idol offering box in front that cant be
removed. So it may be an inappropriate place to rent in the future.
3. Chinese Sunday Service PTL that 9 adults and
10 kids turned up
(according to Siew Li when I went to visit her today. Must have been
informed by Ps Princeton when he visited her earlier today at the hospital)
4. Prayer request continue to pray for Siew Li
recovery from illness in
5. OKR presentation in FBC pantai and subang
thanks to Vic for having done
a great video that have touched many and the meaningful sharing by Yoke Lin
at the Subang FBC. more importantly thanks to Yoke Lin and boon Hooi who prayed for
Thanks again to all of you for being faithful servants and God bless you
Rules of Conduct HoG
"ypbeh" <email@example.com> 03/25/02 02:44AM >>> hi all,
I've drawn up a simple rules of conduct for the students.
Please give your feedback before we implement it ASAP. Anything I missed out or need to
omit? We'd need to get the students to sit down all at one occasion and brief them on what
is appropriate and not. Of course, we'd need to read it out to them, since most won't be
able to read well. However, the guidelines are simple and should be easily followed
especially if we all work together to enforce it. Expect it to be tough the first few
weeks! In fact, we'd probably need to lock the kids out if they're more than 10 minutes
late - esp the older ones who aren't into learning. (Tan Wai Fong, wanna come and be
The "helping out" would not only ease our burden but give them a sense of
responsibility and belonging. Hall of Grace is theirs too.
The "gospel singing sessions" would aid evangelism while at the same time enable
us to take attendance and settle the kids who trickle in at different times - however,
it'd be great to alternate it with "play sessions" and on a "play by
ear" basis -considering our "manpower" or rather the lack of it -since we
ourselves turn up at different times (unless Boon Hooi - Mr. Punctual wants to lead
worship every week?!!!). Any guitarist in our midst? Any volunteers to make simple
"No eating" is part of the rule due to frequent litter in the Hall of Grace. In
fact, if teachers would like to give reward - try not to use sweets - it's bad for the
teeth, causes hyperactivity (or rather make them more active than norm due to the sudden
burst of energy) thus disrupt learning and wrappers are everywhere after that! Give
stickers or educational materials such as books or puzzles as rewards instead. Stickers
are located in one of the drawers in the "kindy room." For the occasional treat,
give it to them at the end of the session to take home.
Chidren don't necessarily have to complete worksheets or "learn" the traditional
way before computer classes - they may proceed straight to Victor and learn the creative,
self-paced way. The "permission" thingy is to prevent sudden and great flow of
kids to the room and also to keep track of kids progress through the
The children really have to learn to get own water and wash own cups!!!
okay, the "RULES" are as listed below........
- Be Punctual tuition starts at 4:30pm and ends at 5:30pm. Those who
are early may help set up tables and chairs, open the windows and backdoor, sweep the
floor and wipe the tables and chairs.
- While waiting for ones respective teacher to arrive, one may play
boardgames and jigsaw puzzles or draw on the whiteboards. One has to pack up immediately
when ones teacher arrives. Play may resume, if time permits and with teachers
permission upon successful completion of lesson.
- Occasionally, there will be singing sessions before class starts. No games
allowed when the singing sessions are in progress.
- No moving about once class has commenced.
- Teachers approval is required before going for computer sessions.
- No food (sweets included) during tuition hours. Please have your meals and
snacks at home.
- Always be polite request permission before entering a class, ask to
be excused before leaving a class (to the toilet/get a drink).
- Wash glass after use.
- Flush the toilet after use.