TABLE OF CONTENT
| TASKS REQUIREMENT
| CONCEPT OF HAZE
| HAZE FACTORS
| HAZE EFFECTS
| WAYS TO OVERCOME HAZE
| READER RESPONSE
“ I DECLARE THAT THIS ASSIGNMENT IS MY OWN WORK EXCEPT FOR INFORMATION AND SUMMARY THAT I HAVE STATED THE SOURCE.
STUDENT’S NAME: FENNY CHIN MUI MUI
IDENTITY CARD NUMBER: 950803-12-5384
Bismillahirohmanirahim, first of all I give thanks to God because of the presence of grace and blessings I could complete the course work successfully. Here, I would like to take this opportunity to thank my lecturers, Mr Carl Martin Albert for guiding me in carrying out this tasks. I would also like to thank my classmates who helped in creating this course work. I would also like to thank to all the individuals who helped me no matter both directly and indirectly. Your services will not be forgotten by me. Final word from me, hopefully everyone involved in the implementation of the course work will be blessed by Allah SWT. I hope the work of this course will be an avenue for me as a prospective teacher to develop appropriate personal before work and I also pray for friends so that they can take as much knowledge during the process of completing this assignment. InsyaAllah. Thank you.
You are to present a critical response orally based on current issue individually.TASK 1: Information Gathering and AnalysisTASK 2: Written EssayTASK 3: Oral PresentationTASK 4: Written Reflection
Haze is no longer an issue at present underestimated. As we have seen recently, the occurrence of haze back hit our planet, particularly in Malaysia. For example, we can see haze in Peninsular Malaysia has resulted many schools were closed because of severe haze. In addition, cases of asthma are increasing especially among working adults. In addition, the workers take for granted about this problem and they do not wear masks as recommended by the health authorities and the government. The case is made more acute when the respective Malaysian ego because they refused to use public transport instead they prefer to use their own car. This problem is aggravated when factories’ operators also do not want to shut down their factories for fear of loss. These people are not actually entitled to live in Malaysia for being too selfish. However, now we give thanks because the case has been reduced haze and schools closed before it can be reopened. It is hoped that all the community work together to reduce this problem.
CONCEPT OF HAZE
Haze is defined as a mixture of toxic gases and chemicals including magnesium. These materials are able to erode the surface of the lungs thus crippling the human respiratory system. Mixture of suspended particles will be more dangerous because it combines with factory and vehicle fumes containing lead and nitrogen oxides that can cause brain disorders and lung disabilities. Particles that cause haze originating from many sources, some of which are natural and anthropogenic. Natural resources are including oceans, forests and earth surface. However, most of the particles are from human activities such as open burning, clearing of land, the use of motor vehicles and fuel combustion in industrial field. Looking back at the situation that has happened in the past, Malaysia had experienced this situation Julai1997. Haze which lasted until September cause Sarawak declared a state of emergency on 19 September 1997 when the API readings above 650 hazardous levels in recent history. The haze caused by burning down the forests in Indonesia that involves about 600 000 hectares. Another haze problem we can see is around August 2005 which had a big impact on the...
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