Posted by: Ameen Ina | December 21, 2010

Tips untuk penulis muda- Habiburrahman el-Shirazy

Bagi yang baru berjinak-jinak dalam bidang  penulisan, mari kita baca perkongsian dari Tuan Habiburrahman el-Shirazy. (penulis novel ayat2 cinta, ketika cinta bertasbih, bumi cinta dll. )

1- Bagaimana mahu memperoleh ilham yang banyak?

Ramai yang tidak bisa menulis kerana tiada ilham. Falsafah beliau, “Ilham seperti ikan di lautan. Kan banyak sekali. Penulis pula bak nelayan/pengail ikan. Ikan juga bisa berenang ke persisiran pantai. Tetapi bilangannya tentu sedikit sekali. Begitu juga ilham, kadang-kadang memang datang sendiri. Tetapi untuk memperoleh ilham yang banyak nelayan perlu berusaha untuk ke laut dalam. Justeru penulis mesti mahu menerokai ilham tersebut.”

2- Apakah cara yang terbaik untuk seseorang penulis melahirkan karya yang mampu dijiwai pembaca?

Pelbagai masalah sosial yang berlaku pada hari ini merupakan pengulangan daripada zaman dahulu. Cuma, konteksnya sahaja yang berbeza. Jadinya ulama-ulama terdahulu telah menyentuhnya dengan laras yang halus dan mudah diterima oleh masyarakat pada zaman tersebut.

3- Jadi, apakah cara yang terbaik untuk penulis muda?

Ya, saya sendiri suka untuk mentadabbur alam dan situasi masyarakat untuk mencari ilham. Dengan cara kita duduk dalam masyarakat seperti menaiki kenderaan awam dan sebagainya, mata kita mampu melihat lalu dianalisis oleh otak.

4- Apakah sumber utama yang wajar dirujuk sebelum menulis?

Pertama ya Al-Quran. Dengan cara mentadabbur Al-Quran sahaja kita akan peroleh banyak ilham dan petunjuk. Kemudian menjadikan Sunnah Rasulullah dan Para Sahabat untuk rawatan dan pendekatan terbaik. Sebagai contoh dalam masalah perceraian. Tindakan Khalifah Umar dalam memelihara perkahwinannya wajar menjadi panduan bagi si suami. Ketiganya rujuk peninggalan alim ulama yang begitu santun menangani masalah umat. Terakhirnya, melalui pemerhatian dan analisa terhadap masyarakat kini.

5- Masalah karya terhenti separuh jalan, apa solusinya?

Sebelum membina gedung. Tentunya sudah siap satu grand design untuk menyiapkan satu bangunan. Berapa ukurannya? Bagaimana bentuknya? dan sebagainya. Sama juga seperti penulis, perlu ada big picture awalan, pertengahan dan akhir ceritanya. Nasihat saya tulis sehingga habis kemudian kita berhak untuk menukar jalan ceritanya. Kita sudah ada matlamatnya. Seperti mahu berjalan, destinasinya sudah ada, jalannyakan pelbagai.

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Posted by: Ameen Ina | October 6, 2010

GE1155:MS Access & Reflection

borang penuh pelajar tingkatan 5 ibnu hkaldun(pdf)

Reflection

By this week, we are required to finish our MS Access project assignments. i faced too many problems while i prepared this project such as the difficulties to save some of the data because of certain problems. but with the help from Miss Aidah and my friends, i could finished it even it takes long time.

Posted by: Ameen Ina | October 5, 2010

GE1155:Week7&8 -Project4 (Power Point) & Reflection

function of cell

Reflection

For this assignment, i have sent it late due to some problems. I choose  a topic in biology subject, which is ‘The Function of Cell’ to prepare the slides. I have inserted some photo of cells in those slides but no videos because of some problems during the download session.

Posted by: Ameen Ina | September 19, 2010

cuba2 =)

 

 

Percubaan pertama dengan photoshop. Mungkun tak menarik, tapi tak apa, sedang belajar la ni.hehe.. pemandangan indah kat Gunung Stong, Kelantan.

Posted by: Ameen Ina | September 19, 2010

GE1155: Week9&10- Activity & Reflection

Tomorrow, 31 August 2010. We are going to celebrate 53 years of Malaysia Independence Day! Happy Independence Day Malaysian =D . No assignments given today. But we are required to update our blogs by adding links to other classmates, categories, weekly posting, attach project, and page-ABOUT.

 According to the blog work which occupy 10% from overall course mark, the following are the marking scheme and category which compulsory to have other than our own creativity:

1. Page- ABOUT introduce ourself , family & group

2. Weekly Posting or Reflection of Project ( At least 7 posting or reflection)

 3. The tasks mention in (2) must include some screen capture or example of work which had done. Then, at least 3 categories of posting which are :

(i) Category GE1155

(ii) Category of Family or Life in Campus

(iii) Category of our own creativity & interest

 4. Links & links category. For example:

(i) Category of Friend’s blog

(ii) Category of related our course (e.g. Mathematics or TESL)

(iii) Category of our interest (e.g. Religious)

With the free time I have, I could update my blog with weekly posting. Even though sometimes I was late. Thanks to Dr. Rosseni and to all the teachers for their kind leading in every assignments and projects given to us. =)

Posted by: Ameen Ina | September 18, 2010

GE1155: Week5&6- Assignments & Activity / Reflection (Project 3)

 On 9th August 2010, was the convocation day for our seniors from FPEND. Most of lecturers were attending that day. Thus, our class on that day was conducted by Miss Aidah.

This week, still in the same group as last week, we were required to create an INFORMATIVE, CREATIVE and ATTRACTIVE brochure on (i) how to seek articles from online databases in our Tun Sri Lanang library and (ii) how to read those articles critically. Our experience on searching information and reading article critically  from last session was very useful to create this brochure. According to Dr. Rosseni, the three most informative, creative and attractive brochures will receive excellent marks and most interestingly, a little creative gift will also be given by Miss Aidah.

We have to recalled back how to read an article critically. After competed the brochure, we submitted its attachment via e-mail to Miss Aidah. Then, on 16th August 2010  a copy of it submitted to Dr. Rosseni during her class.

Posted by: Ameen Ina | September 18, 2010

GE1155: Week4 & Reflection- Searching Information Activity

2 August 2010, our class was conducted by Miss Aidah. We were taught how to find information from the web www.ukm.my/library. Miss Aidah said, it is one of the easiest and the fastest ways to find information. Then, we were required to complete a simple  assignment in group which consists of three to four members. My group members were Suraya, See Lin and Nur Aida. Every group was assigned with different topics and required to find journal from the UKM library’s web. The topic for our group was “Analyzing Information“. To find articles and journals, different searching tools were used by us. Then, the article found was read and we were required to make a critical review on it before sending it to Miss Aidah’s e-mail at fakeh2000@yahoo.com. Eventhough we faced some problems while looking for the article, with the help from Miss Aidah, our job become easier. Thanks to her.

 To write the critical review, Miss Aidah gave us this useful website http://www.learn.maine.edu/ocls/criticalreview.php. From this website, we learn how to write critical review. This website had taught us in writing critical review. From today class, I got the benefits on how to find information from another resources. I hope today lesson would also help me to find information on another assignments. With the steps applied from the website UKM library, you will easily found related article you want.  TQ =)

Posted by: Ameen Ina | September 18, 2010

GE1155:Week3&4- Project 2 (notes & summary) & Reflection

Assignment week 3:

Internet safety

Introduction

How could we live without the Internet? That’s how most of us keep in touch with friends, find homework support, research a cool place to visit, or find out the latest news.

But besides the millions of sites to visit and things to do, the Internet offers lots of ways to waste time — and even get into trouble. And just as in the non-cyber world, some people you encounter online might try to take advantage of you — financially or physically.

You’ve probably heard stories about people who get into trouble in chat rooms. Because users can easily remain anonymous, chat rooms often attract people who are interested in more than just chatting. They’ll sometimes ask visitors for information about themselves, their families, or where they live — information that shouldn’t be given away.

Usually, the people who request personal information like home addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses use this information to fill mailboxes and answering machines with advertisements. In some cases, though, predators may use this information to begin illegal or indecent relationships or to harm a person’s or family’s well-being.

Of course, the Internet is home to millions of places you can and should visit. Like an infinite library, the Web can take you to the ends of the earth with the information it contains.

You can use it to do research for school, find out what movie is playing near you (and whether people like it), check out a college you’re thinking about, or find a job or volunteer opportunity. Almost anything you can think of has a website (or a thousand of them) about it. And it’s not just websites — blogs, videos, and downloadable games await to connect you with other user and players.

The key is to protect yourself while online.

 

Smart Surfing

First rule of smart surfing? Remain as anonymous as possible. That means keeping all private information private.

Examples of private information that you should never give out on the Internet:

  • full name
  • home address
  • phone number
  • Social Security number
  • passwords
  • names of family members
  • credit card numbers

 

Most credible people and companies will never ask for this type of information online. So if someone does, it’s a red flag that they may be up to no good.

Other rules:

  • Think carefully before create an email address or screen name.

 

  • Use a combination of letters and numbers in both.

 

  • Do not identify your gender

 

  • In chat rooms, use a nickname that’s different from your screen name. So you can exit without having to worry that someone knows your screen name and can track you down via email when you find yourself uncomfortable during conversation.

 

  • Set up private chat rooms when you chat with your only invited friends.

 

  • Keep online friendships in the virtual world.

 

  • Meeting online friends face to face carries more risks than other types of friendships because it’s so easy for people to pretend to be something they’re not when you can’t see them or talk in person.

 

  • If you ever get involved in a chat room conversation that makes you feel uncomfortable or in danger for any reason, exit and tell a parent or other adult right away so they can report the incident.

 

  • You can also report it to the website of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children — they have a form for reporting this type of incident called CyberTipline. They will then see that the info is forwarded to law enforcement officials for investigation.

 

 

Cyberbullying

  • Cyberbullying refers to cruel or bullying messages sent to you online.

 

  • These might be from former friends or other people you know.

 

  • They can be irritating and, in some cases, even frightening.

 

  • If you get these bullying messages online, it’s often better to ignore them rather than answer them.

 

  • Cyberbullies, just like other bullies, may be angry or disturbed people — and may be looking for attention or a reaction.

 

  • Fortunately, most people never experience cyberbullying.

 

  • But if you’re getting cyberbullied and ignoring it doesn’t make it go away, getting help from a parent, school counselor, or another trusted adult may be a good idea. That’s especially true if the cyberbullying contains threats.

 

 

Online Annoyances

Although email is relatively private, hackers can still access it — or add you to their spam lists. Spam, like advertisements or harassing or offensive notes, is annoying. But spam blockers can keep your mailbox from getting clogged. Many service providers will help you block out or screen inappropriate emails if your parents agree to set up age-appropriate parental controls.

If you don’t recognize the sender of a document or file that needs to be downloaded, delete it without opening it to avoid getting a virus on your machine.

Virus protection software is a must for every computer. You can also buy software that helps rid your computer of unwanted spyware programs that report what your computer is doing. Some service providers make software available to protect you from these and other online annoyances, such as blockers for those in-your-face pop-up ads.

If you do invest in protective software, you’ll need to keep it updated to be sure it continues to do its job as new technologies evolve.

With all the problems you can face online, is it worth it? For most people, the answer is definitely yes. You just need to know where the pitfalls are, use some common sense and caution, and you’ll be in control.

Assignment week 4:

i) Author‟s name: David Finkelhor, Kimberly Mitchell, Janis Wolak

ii) Year of published: 2001

iii) Article‟s topic: Computer-related crime, Juvenile victims, Child sexual abuse, Pornography and prostitution.

iv) Title of the book: Highlights of the Youth Internet Safety Survey

v) Place of published: United States of America

vi) Publisher‟s name: University of New Hampshire

Reflection:

For assignment week 3, we’ve been given our second project. Looking for  scholarly article taken from a journal article, proceedings or a chapter in a book available on the internet on related topics. I have spent about few days searching the article on “internet safety” topic using google search and google scholar. There are many related topics article i found. But it was quite difficult for me to find the article because most of them do not have the information about the author, publisher etc. After I found the right  article, i read and understand it. Then, the above is the summary of the article. I have done it after faced some difficulties. =)

Posted by: Ameen Ina | September 6, 2010

EXPEMA 2010-gunung stong, kelantan

 

Pendakian ke gunung stong, Kelantan. Disertai oleh pelajar2 dari ukm dan universiti2 lain. Pada 3-8 ogos, anjuran UPSM. Puncak berjaya di tawan!! haha..=)

Posted by: Ameen Ina | September 6, 2010

GE1155: Week2- Project 1(5%) & Reflection

For this project, our reflection was moving towards the usage of SPIN, facebook, and blog computer education in this course lesson and learning.

” What the purpose you’re using SPIN for this course and another course in ukm? if you were given options to choose the medium to interact with lecturers and friends, which one would you preferred? SPIN? facebook? or this wordpress? ”

and my answer;

“I preferred to use spinthan facebook. Students are more often open spin site for upload notes, tutorials etc. Through it, they were more focused on the materials stored by the lecturer. Through Facebook, students are more concentrate on their interaction with their friends . its sometimes disturbing them from proceed with their lesson .. thats all .. TQ”

=)

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