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  • Students Take Centre Stage
    Narrator : Previously on Hishgraphics Blog ... Yesterday, my theatre arts students completed their course. In conjunction with the final session, the students and I organi
  • Mini Six: Rescue in the Rainforest
    Mini Six: Doom Agents 03 Rescue in the Rainforest Title image Last time on Doom Agents , four operatives sent to investigate the Eternitech factory deep in the South Ameri
  • SWD6: The Battle of Corulag (Instance B)
    SWD6: The Battle of Corulag Instance B This Star Wars RPG game session (D6 system) was the first of two that I ran today using the same scenario I quickly devised yesterda
  • SWD6: The Battle of Corulag (Instance A)
    SWD6: The Battle of Corulag Instance A This Star Wars RPG game session (D6 system) was the first of two that I ran today using the same scenario I quickly devised yesterda
  • Force and Destiny: The Lost General
    Force and Destiny: The Lost General As role-playing practice for my theatre class, I ran a FFG Star Wars RPG session for the students. If playing a space swashbuckling cha
  • Mini Six: Debacle in the Amazon
    This marks the first time students played a second game in a single campaign, although they all played new characters because of a TPK in their first session . Mini Six: D
  • The Second UUM Incursion
    I love tabletop games. I have started to incorporate more tabletop games into my teaching and learning. Suddenly, my friend Shanizan invited me to be a jury member for the
  • The First UUM Incursion
    Last month, all of the sudden, I was tasked with writing a script for a short play for an English Language Carnival to be held at UUM. Not just that, but I had to coach th
  • Mini Six: The Seaside Catastrophe
    And so it came to pass that I was given the opportunity to present my ideas for tabletop role-playing games (RPGs) as a language learning tool to the workplace. During the
  • Teaching Without Power
    This semester I have to help teach another English course to a class of professionals in another learning institution. Today, during my class in which I have prepared a to
  • Theatre Was Suddenly In My Repertoire
    Did I not join this university as a language translator? How did I end up teaching English Theatre Arts as a co-curricular course? It really matters not, because I am enjo
  • Mini Six: A Day By The Sea
    For the third time I ran a tabletop RPG session for my class using the Mini Six system, and this time I have integrated it with the English curriculum we had. The week's l
  • Symposium Gift Artwork
    At the language symposium last week , besides the two assignments I wrote about I also had a third task: Which was to sketch some artwork to be printed and presented as gi
  • My First Language Symposium
    Another new experience I underwent was the language symposium I attended this weekend. The language symposium was an annual collaboration between three universities, two o
  • Enhancement Workshop at Langkawi
    If you had asked me 10 years ago or so, I would say my new experiences will be declining gradually the older I grew. There would be less chances for me to do new things. I
  • Force and Destiny: Jungle in the Sky
    I was finally able to run another role-playing game session for my students for an English Language speaking exercise, the first for this semester. Probably no other games
  • Tabletop Games Expo at UniMAP
    After almost two years in Perlis, there arose an opportunity to host a tabletop game exhibition here at the university. Gray and Ben both gamers I knew and interacted with
  • Some Sort of Translation Workshop
    Then it came to pass that I have to present a talk at the department's inaugural Basic Translation Workshop. Public speaking is not something that comes to me easily. Desp
  • Mini Six: Shadows Through The Mist
    I have always stated that tabletop role-playing games (RPGs) can be amazing teaching tools, not only for language purposes but to develop critical thinking skills, social
  • At The End of the First Week
    And now the first week of teaching is over. What do I have to report? The students are well-behaved (so far) and are very disciplined, most wearing their dark engineering
  • And Then You Teach
    When you were a child, you always imagined - no, been compelled to believe - that life is a series of consequent acts that scales up as you experience it. You would expect

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