Mrs. Indra’s Angerness (Part Eight)

Mrs. Indra’s Angerness (Part Eight)

One day, when I was in seventh grade, Mrs. Indra provided a puzzle to us. She asked us a question in English instead of Bahasa. “I have six legs when I’m walking, but I have four legs when I’m running. So, who am I ?.” Thus the content of puzzle questions...
Mrs. Indra’s Angerness (Part Five)

Mrs. Indra’s Angerness (Part Five)

And thus, we brought spoons, forks, erasers, rulers, up umbrellas to school when attending English at the next session. Each student brought one item to all items requested. Some kids brought real umbrellas. But many kids carrying an umbrella image on a poster board,...
Mrs. Indra’s Angerness (Part Four)

Mrs. Indra’s Angerness (Part Four)

When taught the names of numbers, she invited us to sing like this, One little two little three little Indians, Four little five little six little Indians, Seven little eight little nine little Indians, Ten little Indian boys. Sometimes we were asked to change the...

Healing Pieter (Part Seven)

The second question is given by our beloved teacher, Mrs. Etty Ratnawaty. This time Dian Sushanti answered correctly. She shouted and clenched her hands in front of her body. “Yes!”, she exclaimed excitedly. Dian then quietly exit the classroom after...

My First Championship (Part Six)

Now, in big zero grade, I started to get a reading lesson. Unlike most other children which were learning to read using “Ini Budi”s book, we in IKIP Malang Laboratory Kindegarten were using the book to learn to read which titled “Iin and Aan”....