Selasa, 03 Mei 2016
hii guys.. Now I will explain about the song Jealous .The song above is one of my favourite songs.
The title is "jealous" performed by labrint, jealous - Labrinth is a song with the lyrics are very deep and poetic.
His real name is Timothy McKenzie but more popular stage name Labrinth. Labrinth born on January 4, 1989 (27 years old), London Borough of Hackney, United Kingdom. Labrinth is an English singer, he is also known as a producer, songwriter and musician who is able to play any musical instrument .Jealous song was published in 2008.
This song tells about, a man abandoned by her, she is very fond of her, but she was going away from him. he was alone, he was jealous of rainfall that can touch it, coursing through his veins, he was jealous of the rain because the rain was very fortunate to be able to touch closer than he.
He was jealous of the wind, the wind can touch him as he used to touch his hair, he wished the best for her. he always hoped that he would be back. But he is happy with someone else.
Selasa, 19 April 2016
now i want to tell you about Dewa Atena VIII , It’s exactly the roman number of 8. ‘Dewa Athena’ is something related to sport.
Dewa Athena VIII was held on March 10th 2016 – March 12th 2016, in Bali’s Field, in this event a lot of which follow, namely 10 Ipa grade 1 to grade 11 Aksel IPS then IPA 1 to Aksel IPS . I will not tell you much dis event, because I only watch it if my class play. In the event of the goddess Athena, many organized sports, namely badminton, futsal, tug of war, volleyball, basketball, relay etcn
"March 10th 2016"
On the first day,My class 10 Science 8, will be competing in many sports title. They are: Gobak Sodor, Badminton (women’s & men’s) doubles, Tug of War, Women’s & Men’s Futsal, Relay Race, and the last one is Women’s Dodgeball. When my class play we always support us with utter class " aksel 8???! bantai dengan santai" On the first day, I play badminton with my friend sherina and adisya, futsal, and tug of war. and....... my class have been winning 6 out of 8 competitions yeey!!!
"March 11th 2016"
Hello? hahaha the second dayyy!! now this morning I was practicing for badminton with friends to fight wit clas 10 science 9 , play tug of war along with 10 friends and futsal . My jersey numberis 36 Diamond Six:) . This afternoon there is a match dodgeball man dar very exciting game! dar! dar! and the game was won by our class and went on to semifinals and by the time I play badminton, I was very nervous but I thank God and my win! and we also won volleyball.
On the third day the weather did not support, on this day I and friends will be playing volleyball but the match in retreat because unfavorable weather.
On the fifth day the same weather as yesterday, does not support. but we've all been waiting for a long time because the game in retreat continues, so we all agreed to rain thera while playing. At that time we play volleyball against classes 11 and eventually the match was won by us yeey!!
On the sixth day unfortunately I could not attend due to the need to jakarta. On the day was the futsal match, but the match was won by our opponents. But we keep the spirit because there are many races that we face during the final.
This photo our memories
Selasa, 23 Februari 2016
Assalamualaikum Wr Wb
Hii friends now I will talk about education in Indonesia
ICT in School Education
Nowadays, our lives are practically dependent on the ubiquity of Information Communications Technology (ICT). The dependence on ICT is so huge so that some people become more frantic if they leave their smartphones at home than if they forget to bring their wallets. Data from the Communications and Information Ministry shows that Internet users in Indonesia increased from 74 million people in 2013 to 111 million in 2014. In 2015, the ministry is aiming for 50 percent of the total population, i.e. about 125 million people, having access to the Internet. In Indonesia, Internet penetration has been mainly used for accessing social media. Market research firm eMarketer recently released a report about Facebook (FB) users around the world.
Indonesia ranked third among countries with the highest number of Facebook users, below the US and India. However, Indonesia has the highest numbers of FB users who access the site via cell phones, reaching 88.1 percent in 2014 and set to rise to 92.4 percent this year. User access to other social media such as Twitter, Instagram and Path are predicted to show similar patterns. The proliferations of the Internet and social media unfortunately has not extended to the education sector. ICT has not become a backbone of improving the country’s competitiveness through education. The World Economic Forum ranks Indonesia 77th out of 144 countries in terms of technological readiness, behind Malaysia and Thailand. The Culture and Elementary and Secondary Ministry recorded that only about 50 percent of the 234,919 primary and secondary schools in Indonesia had access to the Internet in mid 2014. Schools in eastern parts of Indonesia were those with the biggest lack of ICT infrastructure. Whether the 50 percent of more fortunate schools with Internet access already utilize ICT effectively in the classroom is the main question here. Advancement of ICT should ideally be able to revolutionize education. Technology brings new sources of learning beyond teachers. In addition to the existence of teachers, the divide between students and subjects is further narrowed by the availability of educational content through ICT. A revolution in education is also possible through ICT, as students can learn at the appropriate speed according to their capacity. Interactive digital content allows students to pick particular topics that they want to explore more. In a nutshell, there is a democratization of the learning process. It is still a long road to revolutionize education in Indonesia through ICT. In addition to building technology infrastructure across the country’s islands, ICT literacy for teachers, parents and students is also of importance. ICT hardware and software installation in schools is relatively straightforward, but if the prevailing educational philosophy still resembles that of the old paradigm, we are constrained from reaping the full benefits of ICT inclusion in education. An example is the respective methods of teaching math and English (the mastery of these two subjects is often used as a proxy in determining the level of future competitiveness). Today, many elementary and secondary schools in Indonesia still teach math with the old paradigm. Students are still requested to memorize complex mathematical formulas and to perform lengthy, time-consuming manual calculations. These schools still use the same philosophy to teach math that was used when computers and the Internet had yet to be invented.
With the ubiquity of computers and ICT, students can actually be exposed to answering more practical life questions, such as “how many people live in my town today and what will the number be 20 years from now?” or “what are the ideal lengths of roads in my town so that the average speed of vehicles does not fall below 20 kilometers per hour?”
Students are then encouraged to develop their own mathematical models and assumptions based on the parameters required to solve the model (mortality, fertility, migration, number of vehicles sold, etc.) and they are free to choose the available ICT applications to compute the answer, just like they would outside the classroom to tackle their everyday problems. They can work individually, in groups, persuade one another with logical arguments and send group findings to the teacher as the judge. As for English, ICT should not only be used to download traditional materials, text-based approaches, and to memorize tenses and grammar. It should also be used to download listening-based materials and approaches, to engage students with dynamic activities that adjust to individual performance and preferences. ICT should enable a variety of learning strategies, including voice recording and playback, speech recognition and sentence construction exercises. Language learning, like learning to play a musical instrument, requires practice. ICT facilitates the necessary practice to achieve fluency. The competence of teachers is therefore critical to the mission. Of the total of about 3 million teachers in Indonesia, there are only about 10,000 who have received ICT training. The importance of capacity building to upgrade ICT literacy of teachers cannot be overemphasized. The way forward is to integrate ICT seamlessly into the curriculum, instead of viewing it as an add-on, or worse, as an ad hoc event. As Jennifer Fleming put it, teaching in the Internet age means that we must teach tomorrow’s skills today.
Selasa, 17 November 2015
Assalamualaikum wr wb
Saung Angklung Udjo
Jl. Padasuka No 118
Saung Angklung Udjo (SAU) is one–stop cultural workshop, consists of performance venue, bamboo handicraft centre, and bamboo instrument workshop. Apart from that, SAU has an honorable function as an educational laboratory and training centre to preserve the Sundanese culture Angklung in particular. Saung Angklung Udjo (SAU) is one–stop cultural workshop, consists of performance venue, bamboo handicraft centre, and bamboo instrument workshop. Apart from that, SAU has an honorable function as an educational.
2014 I and my friends will go to Saung Angklung Udjo. I went to Saung Angklung Udjo at 11.00 with a car. at 13.00 i arrived in saung angklung udjo first i pray dzhur before.
at Saung Angklung Udjo many amenities there are souvenir shops, educational learning angklung, dance performances of java,play traditional music and there are ways to make angklung. there are many traditional musical instruments such as angklung , gong , gamelan , gendang,etc.
first i was playing a traditional musical instrument of java and than I see the traditional dance of western Java. And in there we were invited to play angklung,taught holding angklung, angklung wiggle. Now I school in SMAN 3 Bandung , in my school are thare exracurricular KPA.
KPA is extracurricular angklung, angklung also the production of Saung Angklung Udjo. The KPA has never played angklung abroad carries the name of SMAN 3 Bandung, West Java, Bandung and Indonesia.
Wassalamualaikum wr wb.
Selasa, 01 September 2015
Assalamualaikum wr wb
Hii guys.. in this post i want to tell you about my school life in 3 Senior High School.
Many people who want to get into SMAN 3 Bandung. It is all because of SMAN 3 Bandung is one of the most favorite school in Indonesia. Principal SMAN 3 Bandung now is Drs. Encang Iskandar, M.Pd.
HISTORY ABOUT MY SCHOOL:
Senior High School ( SMAN ) 3 Bandung , is one of the National High School in West Java Province . The same as in general in Indonesia education at SMAN 3 Bandung taken within three years of study ( for regular classes ) or two years of study ( for grade acceleration ). SMAN 3 Bandung known as Belitung High School because located at Jl.Belitung No. 8 Bandung . This building stands on a land area of 14,240 m2 with a building area of 8,220 m2 facing north ( Jalan Belitung ) inhabited by two schools are SMAN 3 Bandung in west and SMAN 5 Bandung in the east . Limit 3 SMAN and SMAN 5 is limited only by lane central corridor that extends from north to south.
Knowladge is Power But Carachter Is More that is the motto of SMAN 3 Bandung.
in SMAN 3 Bandung provides many extracurricular with the interests of students , extracurricular activities can also help students to more easily socialize
Extracurricular in SMAN 3 Bandung among them :
Penjelajah alam Jamadagni
and all. in SMAN 3 Bandung have 28 extracurricular.
Okey, now lets begin with my class firsh. In SMAN 3 Bandung bell rang at 06.30. My class is XIPA8 there ar 40 students but tree studen moved to social class. Me and All students will go to class and sitting up in each chair. Then KM or head of the class will lead prayers. After reading the prayer, we also singing the national anthem "Indonesia Raya" all students are required to sing while standing and singing with seriously.
I have friend her name is Yulian Trisna, she is my chairmate. In front my sit is Dewi and Mazaya and there in behind my chair is Salma and Tyas. Me, Ardian and salma extracurricular is Pramuka. Yulian , mazaya , tyas her extracurricular is KPA.
My goal for this year is to focus on my study . Because I don't want to do SP and RMP. i wat to study in UNPAd because i want to be a docter spacialis. And I would like the proud of my parents.
Senin, 31 Agustus 2015
Assalamualaikum wr wb
Hi I want to discribe my idol...
He was born Surabaya,28 December 1999 . He is handsome, tall , friendly , smart and all. He is good boy, his favorite idol is 5SOS , and BIGBANG . he's like to playing soccer , skate , taekwondo .he love to sing, as a manifestation of my singing talent, he was given the opportunity to play in MUSICAL Laskar Pelangi work of Mira Lesmana and directed by Riri Riza. he likes Turtle animal and cat, very fond of eating toast and cooking from mother. his like colors is black , white and purple . he was like to playing fingering
That is his Guitar