By: KAYLA SHELTON
•Minister of Education- Mahdzir Khalid
•Budget- $17 Billion
•Literacy- 95% of everyone over 15 years old is literate
•Primary school is required by law
•Types of schooling- public, private, and homeschool
•Assessments- standardized testing
Year 1: 7
Year 2: 8
Year 3: 9
Year 4: 10
Year 5: 11
Year 6: 12
Form 1: 13
Form 2: 14
Form 3: 15
Form 4: 16
Form 5: 17
Form 6/Pre-University18–19 (Available in some schools)
(College or University) ages vary
~Electronics (moblie & storage devices)
•physical exercise of all sorts
Football, or soccer, is the most popular Malaysian sport.
Field hockey is a popular sport in Malaysia
Netball is similar to basketball, but certain concepts differ.
Rivers- Perlis River & Golok River
Mountains- Mount Api (part of Gunning Mulu National Park) & Mount Kinabalu (tallest mountain in Malaysia).
Tourist attractions- Cameron Highlands (extensive hill stations), Taman Negara Natuonal Park (rainforest), Pertona's Twin Towers, and Legoland (first theme park in Asia).
first theme park in Africa
extensive hill stations
Taman Negara National Park
it's a pretty dope rainforest with some pretty dope waterfalls
The everyday life of Malaysians doesn't differ too much from our lives here.
Some are farmers, so they spend their days working on harvesting the abundance of tropical fruit or raising livestock.
Others work jobs such as teachers or factory workers.
Children and adolescents attend school.
A family's class depends on their political connections, skill, ability to speak English very well, and the amount of money.
Federal Constituional Elective Monarchy
Najib Razak is the Prime Minister
Yang Di Pertuan Agong is the "king"
The leader is elected to serve a five year term, by and amoung the 9 hereditary rulers of the Malay Stages
Divided by the federal and state legislatures.