Monday, January 17, 2011

Orientation Week Reflections :D

The 3 most memorable memories of the Orientation week are the first day of school when i was nervous about how the school would be like. I also enjoyed campfire night where our class were in high spirits and the badge ceremony where i felt honored to be welcomed into the SST family.

The 3 saddest moments are when trying the rock-climbing during the camp, I slowed down my two partners that i was strapped to when I cannot get any proper footing on the 'rocks' and was forced to give up. I was also disappointed when i left the camp and forgotten to bring the file on the first lesson.

I learnt that teamwork is very important, and we can accomplish anything if we are determined. I also learnt that we have to let go of things and move on.

I learnt that I actually am not as afraid of heights as i thought and have some weaknesses like others.

I look forward to sports day and the school Bazaar, which sounds like GREAT FUN!

Wednesday, January 12, 2011


Communication is extremely important as without it, people cannot share their thoughts, joy, anger and grief. Then, the people of the world would be minding their own business, and they would be selfish. Even worse, if a disaster is about to happen, no one could warn each other and generations will be lost.

My favorite forms of communications are verbal and body language. Verbal communication is the most basic form of communication, and since we learn our languages, why don’t we use it?. I am a kinetic learner, so i also like to move when i talk and use body language.

I decide by the type of people i am talking to, like if the person is deaf or has difficulty hearing, i would use more hand language. If i want to talk to someone far away, I would text, chat or email them.

I have difficulties when talking to a person who speaks another language, which is rare, because English is the universal language and most people know basic English. I also have difficulties communicating to those that are blind and deaf.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Day 1 Mac Attack 1 - Activity 4: End-of-Day Reflection

1) I have played many fun games to get to know my classmate better and of course, my form teacher, Ms Lim. I have also discussed with my new friends and teacher about the core values of SST, the 3R's, which are roles,rights and responsibilities. We also did a gallery walk to get to see our friends work and get some new ideas. We also learn the school cheers and dance. Last but not least, the teacher gave us a talk and a Macbook activity about how to protect and use the Macbook properly.
2)I have learnt the the meaning of the three Rs, Roles, Rights and Responsibilities. I have also learnt the proper way to use and protect the Macbook, or the learning device. This has really been a fruitful and fun day!
3)I chose to come to SST because it uses modern technology to make our learning experience more fun and equips us with useful technology skills when we go out to the society, where people are getting more reliant on technology. It also emphasizes on science and technology, which I am interested in.
4) My aspirations as a member of the SST family is that I can bring glory to the school. I also hope that I would learn a lot from the new learning approach and score well for my exams.

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