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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Education

For those who are interested in teaching, I accidentally found Teach for Malaysia.orgStill not giving up to go into teaching profession although I failed not one, but two MTest.  But with eight(!!!) sections to fill in, bleghhh... I dare not do it in the office.
And...

. . .

. . .

I am dreaming to have my future kids (18SX - hello, they are residing in my ovary and waiting for potential sperm donor to activate them) enrol in an international school.  But looking at the fees, I am thinking I either:
  • Have no kids.
  • Have kids who'll study in the public school with a lousy English teacher like the one I met somewhere (rather not disclose the detail).  Unbelievably shocking sial!  How can you teach the subject if you cannot even pronounce correctly and your sentences are full of grammatical error!?!?
  • Have kids who'll somehow manage to get into international school whose egg-donor (ME!!!) is a working-slave at least until they graduate.
  • Home-schooling he/she/them.




I am daydreaming at work, pardon the nonsensically random thought!

5 comments:

r.i.n.a said...

it's true international school is waayy better.
my cousin's kids speak fluent english (with british slang) since they went to one.

hemm.. lets marry a rich guy, blh la send our kids kat sane...hehe

Sprinkled! said...

:D no chances of getting rich guy either... maybe marrying a poor Englishman will do?! as long as the kids benefits from a native speaker dad!

:)))))

Whoelses said...

having kids, u? unbelievable.. owh, future kids. ok2.. hahaha..

Sprinkled! said...

;)

weiii.. don't be so cruel laa..

r.i.n.a said...

hehehe.. yeah, thats another option,marry english-native speaking guy!!

haha, so far,no luck to 'get' both type!

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