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  • Janus Education » DTA-Submission (group)
    wait for the confirmation that your video has been submitted to DTA 2012 You may submit as many entries as you want but you can submit each entry only once If you discover that you have made a mistake in your submission you can immediately email the Janus Team at books catherinekhoo sg explaining the mistake s as long as it s before the submission deadline 30 Sep 2012 Your Email Addresses at least 2 persons per entry is required Your Names at least 2 persons per entry is required Your Level Primary Secondary Your School Name School Address A Mobile number where we can contact you Nationality Afghan Albanian Algerian American Andorran Angolan Antiguans Argentinean Armenian Australian Austrian Azerbaijani Bahamian Bahraini Bangladeshi Barbadian Barbudans Batswana Belarusian Belgian Belizean Beninese Bhutanese Bolivian Bosnian Brazilian British Bruneian Bulgarian Burkinabe Burmese Burundian Cambodian Cameroonian Canadian Cape Verdean Central African Chadian Chilean Chinese Colombian Comoran Congolese Costa Rican Croatian Cuban Cypriot Czech Danish Djibouti Dominican Dutch Dutchman Dutchwoman East Timorese Ecuadorean Egyptian Emirian Equatorial Guinean Eritrean Estonian Ethiopian Fijian Filipino Finnish French Gabonese Gambian Georgian German Ghanaian Greek Grenadian Guatemalan Guinea Bissauan Guinean Guyanese Haitian Herzegovinian Honduran Hungarian I Kiribati Icelander Indian Indonesian Iranian Iraqi Irish Israeli Italian Ivorian Jamaican Japanese Jordanian Kazakhstani Kenyan Kittian and Nevisian Kuwaiti Kyrgyz Laotian Latvian Lebanese Liberian Libyan Liechtensteiner Lithuanian Luxembourger Macedonian Malagasy Malawian Malaysian Maldivan Malian Maltese Marshallese Mauritanian Mauritian Mexican Micronesian Moldovan Monacan Mongolian Moroccan Mosotho Motswana Mozambican Namibian Nauruan Nepalese Netherlander New Zealander Ni Vanuatu Nicaraguan Nigerian Nigerien North Korean Northern Irish Norwegian Omani Pakistani Palauan Panamanian Papua New Guinean Paraguayan Peruvian Polish Portuguese Qatari Romanian Russian Rwandan Saint Lucian Salvadoran Samoan San Marinese Sao Tomean Saudi Scottish Senegalese Serbian Seychellois Sierra Leonean Singaporean Slovakian Slovenian Solomon Islander Somali South African South Korean Spanish Sri Lankan Sudanese Surinamer Swazi Swedish Swiss Syrian Taiwanese Tajik Tanzanian Thai Togolese Tongan Trinidadian or Tobagonian Tunisian Turkish Tuvaluan Ugandan Ukrainian Uruguayan Uzbekistani Venezuelan Vietnamese Welsh Yemenite Zambian Zimbabwean Country Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Arctic Ocean Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas da India Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Clipperton Island Cocos Islands Colombia Comoros Cook Islands Coral Sea Islands Costa Rica Cote d Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Democratic Republic of the Congo Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Europa Island Falkland Islands Islas Malvinas Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia French Southern and Antarctic Lands Gabon Gambia Gaza Strip Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Glorioso Islands Greece Greenland Grenada Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guernsey Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Heard Island and McDonald Islands Honduras Hong Kong Howland Island Hungary Iceland India

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  • Janus Education » Schematics
    fun series of programmes to accelerate the teaching of English The Unique Classroom 8482 programmes have found a niche in more than 150 primary and secondary schools since it was first introduced in 1996 with my school arm Janus Education Services Pte Ltd Schematics Understand our programmes faster easier Download the Schematic Diagram by clicking here and see which skills development fit your needs If you want to know more

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  • Janus Education » Founder Notes
    and fun series of programmes to accelerate the teaching of English The Unique Classroom programmes have found a niche in more than 150 primary and secondary schools since it was first introduced in 1996 with my school arm Janus Education Services Pte Ltd The Unique Classroom is the culmination of Janus Education s media savvy with innovative educational concepts Its programmes are designed to ask more of the why questions helping students create solutions for themselves on their own Think about this The Unique Classroom fosters learning opportunities for those willing to think out of the box and explore thus breaking boundaries in learning Writing has always been part of my life In 2003 I discovered a bigger passion empowering the young child with this passion The Young Author s Scheme which I specially created to bring out the author in your child will not only inspire him to write but also spark his confidence and patience Can you believe it I ve had an 11 year old who wrote a mini novel of 21 000 words So can your child At this age when they were thought capable of writing only 500 word compositions these kids wrote stories ranging from 3 000 to 7 000 words And the stories are well in a word amazing So if you think your child has to potential to weave his or her very own Harry Potter novels but need the mentoring of professional writers the Young Author s Scheme would be just the programme for him The very best stories from the Young Author s Scheme are collected and published Why not read the books to convince yourself You ll be immersed into tales of Ghosts Ghouls Magic Fantasy Aliens Angels and Heartwarming stories Defending earth against a bunch of aliens Solving

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  • Janus Education » News
    was time for me to enter primary one Daddy decided to put me to Kellock Convent The old Kellock Convent was on the premises of St Bernadette Church in Zion Road an imposing two storey white washed building From what I remember gosh it was forty something years ago I looked forward to wearing the white tunic and blue pinafore everyday to school And yes school was fun Yes we had English Maths and Science and Chinese And Chinese was my least favourite subject Coz well no one speaks Chinese at home but I ll come to it in a later blog Let s talk about my favourite subject English I was very fortunate for two reasons One Daddy speaks and writes fluent English He had a HSC Higher School Certificate equivalent to today s A Levels He was a stenographer and later promoted to private secretary to his boss an Englishman In the 1960s this was a big thing Daddy worked in Mansfield Travel frankly I thought it was pretty cool his job he takes shorthand literally short hand squiggles that have meaning to it and then transcribes it to a typewriter A manual typewriter that is Two my school CHIJ or Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus prides itself on building values and character in the girls that walk in their doors Steadfast but demure is what every Convent girl should be and I am glad to say that it still is today The teachers during my time were tasked with speaking and writing properly and well training came from the Irish nuns who also doubled up as teachers as well That s Life July 15 2011 at 7 42 am News catherine blog Posted by Janus Education Team Add Your Comments When my editorial team suggested I

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  • Janus Education » catherine blog
    it was time for me to enter primary one Daddy decided to put me to Kellock Convent The old Kellock Convent was on the premises of St Bernadette Church in Zion Road an imposing two storey white washed building From what I remember gosh it was forty something years ago I looked forward to wearing the white tunic and blue pinafore everyday to school And yes school was fun Yes we had English Maths and Science and Chinese And Chinese was my least favourite subject Coz well no one speaks Chinese at home but I ll come to it in a later blog Let s talk about my favourite subject English I was very fortunate for two reasons One Daddy speaks and writes fluent English He had a HSC Higher School Certificate equivalent to today s A Levels He was a stenographer and later promoted to private secretary to his boss an Englishman In the 1960s this was a big thing Daddy worked in Mansfield Travel frankly I thought it was pretty cool his job he takes shorthand literally short hand squiggles that have meaning to it and then transcribes it to a typewriter A manual typewriter that is Two my school CHIJ or Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus prides itself on building values and character in the girls that walk in their doors Steadfast but demure is what every Convent girl should be and I am glad to say that it still is today The teachers during my time were tasked with speaking and writing properly and well training came from the Irish nuns who also doubled up as teachers as well That s Life July 15 2011 at 7 42 am News catherine blog Posted by Janus Education Team Add Your Comments When my editorial team suggested

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  • Janus Education » 2011 » August
    Pte Ltd MORE Archive for August 2011 That s Life Chapter 3 August 11 2011 at 3 05 am News catherine blog Posted by Janus Education Team Add Your Comments Know what happened last weekend I was rummaging through my house s library A quaint one tucked under the staircase where you have to bend your head to squeeze into the furthest corner and lo and behold 20 volumes of TIME Life books on history which Daddy bought for me way back when I was in Primary Four Yes some forty odd years ago and it brought back memories Like how it s so lovely to pore through each and every page of the book Turning each page savouring the feel of the paper devouring every word drinking in the awe and majesty of the pictures of ancient scrolls of China the paintings of the Sistine Chapel and the ruins of Greece you are immediately transported to a world of your own Then I thought of today s children When information is so easily accessible When it only takes a click a touch to be overwhelmed by images text sound Are we having too much but knowing too little Archives

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  • Janus Education » 2011 » July
    rarely had the inspiration to write at all because I was already living out the emotions I longed for People all over have their own kooky ways of getting inspired Some people would enjoy writing while sitting along the shores of an uncharted beach while seagulls fly above freely and the sunset blankets the ocean while some would be perfectly comfortable with acing a narrative while slumping on the living room couch eating a tub of ice cream and have earphones blaring alternative rock tunes onto their eardrums Either way I guess as a writer we all need to find our own way of getting inspired to capture that moment where we could fully express the emotions we want out pieces to imbibe In the end making our readers and fans feel what we feel and understand what we want them to should be the inspiration altogether to find that one spark that would ignite the masterpiece all of us are destined to write at one point or another Keep writing and keep searching for that one true inspiration You ll never know You just might bump into it real soon That s Life Chapter 2 July 25 2011 at 2 39 am News catherine blog Posted by Janus Education Team Add Your Comments I come from a Catholic family and go to church every Sunday morning So when it was time for me to enter primary one Daddy decided to put me to Kellock Convent The old Kellock Convent was on the premises of St Bernadette Church in Zion Road an imposing two storey white washed building From what I remember gosh it was forty something years ago I looked forward to wearing the white tunic and blue pinafore everyday to school And yes school was fun Yes we had English Maths and Science and Chinese And Chinese was my least favourite subject Coz well no one speaks Chinese at home but I ll come to it in a later blog Let s talk about my favourite subject English I was very fortunate for two reasons One Daddy speaks and writes fluent English He had a HSC Higher School Certificate equivalent to today s A Levels He was a stenographer and later promoted to private secretary to his boss an Englishman In the 1960s this was a big thing Daddy worked in Mansfield Travel frankly I thought it was pretty cool his job he takes shorthand literally short hand squiggles that have meaning to it and then transcribes it to a typewriter A manual typewriter that is Two my school CHIJ or Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus prides itself on building values and character in the girls that walk in their doors Steadfast but demure is what every Convent girl should be and I am glad to say that it still is today The teachers during my time were tasked with speaking and writing properly and well training came from the Irish nuns who also doubled up as

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  • Janus Education » 2011 » May
    12 and the DigiTales Awards on 21 May 2011 at the Auditorium of the Woodlands Regional Library 10am to 1pm A regional search for budding authors in fiction writing under the Young Author Scheme YAS and a national search for young journalists and digital storytellers under the Young Journalist Scheme YJS and Young Digital Storyteller Scheme YoDS of Janus Education Services the event is supported by the Media Development Authority MDA the National Library Board NLB the National Book Development Council of Singapore NBDCS and the Singapore Book Publishers Association SBPA Its first launch after it was incepted in 2007 the Young Author Awards and the DigiTales Awards take pride in lauding young talent and providing them with opportunities for both publication and exposure Winning authors get an opportunity to be published as part of an anthology series while winning digital artists are featured in the awards technology partner NewsMaker under Eyepower Games Featured in this year s launch are the following a free workshop on improving composition writing skills among primary and secondary students a presentation of available software for language development among preschoolers a book launch of inspirational author Oh Siew May s latest book Scaling Walls and a lucky draw with major prizes from our sponsors All short listed finalists will be acknowledged during preliminary ceremonies this coming November 2011 Early this year two of the books written by past YAA winners were translated into a television movie One of them is entitled Helpful or Deadly by Ng Hao Qin which he wrote when he was 11 years old and was aired on Okto Channel 8 carrying the title Super Duper Smartimizer a story about a boy who wanted to get smart the easy way by using his Grandfather s quick fix invention The Young Author Awards

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