Minggu, 12 Maret 2017

Thank You!




In daily life, there are three magical words.  Please, sorry, and thank you.  We say please if We needed help.  We say sorry if We hurt others.  And We say thank you if anyone comes to help. I want to share the story if We say these three words.

One day, I was late for school because of traffic jams. The first lessons was Chemistry.  My friends told me that I must go to the Chemistry laboratory.  But, I don’t know where is it.  When I confused, along came a boy in the same class with me.  I asked him, “Do you know where is the Chemical Laboratory?” and then he said yes with panting breath. “Please, take me there!” “Of course!” So, the boy and I ran as fast as we can to the chemistry Laboratory.

When we arrived, we confused, because no one there.  I asked him again, “Are you sure here it is?” and he said, “Hehe, I am not sure! I’m sorry.” “Haha, it doesn’t matter. Let’s go find it again!” So, we asked a teacher. He said the Chemistry laboratory is close to my classroom. The boy and I laugh together and ran again to there. Finally, we came very late. Luckily, we did not get yelled at. Before we sat, I said Thank you to him because we have made a short adventure in the morning.  After that, we became friends.


So, If we said three magical words in our life, we could have a lot of friends and an exciting adventure.

Minggu, 26 Februari 2017

Games time

Hello everybody! In this time, my friend and I had a mission to make a game. Yeaay! So, we make a crossword. We hope you enjoy it.




Vertical

2.  It’s about the high and the weight
4. the area where the fuel is burned in a steam engine
6. characterized by a lack of conflict and freedom from fear of violence
8. Point of view
10. ... and the beast
12. to (cause to) change position 
14. Oxygen producer in nature
16. A cardinal number 
18. Milk producer, beside cow
20. The prize
22. an activity that is a person’s most important job
24. an object for children to play with
26. To discover
28. Run (V2)

Horizontal

1. Happy face
3. Topic of the day
5. Give food
7. A joke
9. Part of the house
11. A-z
13. Abbreviation for ounce
15. King’s wife
17. Golden age
19. Queen’s husband
21. A part of an animal
23. Trace (simillar)
25. Type of car to carry the goods
27. Part of fish for swim




Answer



thank you...

Minggu, 19 Februari 2017

Learn From Nature

LEARN FROM NATURE

            Nature is all around us. The natural world is a huge part of our environment. It may seem like we live entirely in a man-made world. City, Towns, homes, schools, cars, roads, and computers are all made by man. But natural world is all around us, all the time. Nature is everything not creates by humans. But all human creation comes from nature. Nature always supported the activities of living things. Nature always provides all of necessary living creatures. Nature always gives everything without asking for it back. Without nature, we can’t learn. Without nature we can’t live. Without nature, there is no life.

 Oxygen, air, light, water, food, great scenery like aurora, night sky, and mountain derived from nature. Everything we need is came from nature. Nature always protects us, gives us sources of inspiration, stimulates our imagination, release of worry and stress, and sharpens our senses. We must learn from nature because nature was give all the things we needs since we were bon. Nature is always giving a positive  impact. Nature can live without humans. But can human live without nature?
           
            Nature are the things for relaxing our mind, hiking for example. When I am hiking. My mind relaxing from city crowded and my breath feels so open cause the air are very clean. And my eyes feels so bright, the green theme of nature has bring the nature so beautiful. It was feel so complete when we are visit the nature. But as you can see, so many people who forget where there from and destroy the nature.

            There are so many people who dont care about nature. They ripped of the forest. Burn the savannah for their opportuniy. Create an industry that are make air so dirty. My question to people who dont care about nature are. Are you want to breath from money or what?

            Nature have give so many things that if nature not giving we will be die. And we can see so many people want to ripped off the nature. They are so unforgivable because the nature are human right to enjoy and human duty to protect. If they burn our right to breath then we must fight for it.

            Fight seems a strong word came from the mouth of student like me. Fight is a word for war. And i mean war. But not war like shoot other people or killing. What fight in my minds are we must protect our nature. Just like in our contry indonesia, especially kalimantan

            Every year kalimantan forest have trouble with illegall logging and forest fire. The fires are not naturally but from human hands. They burn forest to open a garden or industry. These things that we must fight. Are we indonesian people not want kalimantan forest beome kalimantan industry field right?


            Kalimantan was heart of the world. If kalimantan forest was ripped of by people who dont cares about nature. So where we would live from? Now  what we must to do are just this simple step. First we must introsopection to ourself, are our daily life have do good for nature or not? Then, we must know what company that they industry not nature convinience. After we know than we must boycott the product, from boycott the company will understand that their costumers are so care about nature and will rethink about their industry. From that simple step at least we doin something for nature, remember that nature will give positive feedback if we doin something positive to nature.


Kamis, 12 Januari 2017

My trip to Ciwidey

Hello! Long time no see! In this blog, I want to share my vacation to all of you. So, I hope you enjoy it!

So, for holiday last year, my big family and I had plans to vacation in Ciwidey. We agreed to go there on 24-25 December 2016. My little cousin, 5 years old was very enthusiasm and continued counting the remaining days leading Ciwidey.

With a perfect preparation, my big family departed together with three cars in the morning.

day 1
We stopped at a gazebo in the middle of tea gardens. We opened the provision of yellow rice while looking very beautiful for our breakfast. The air is very fresh.

After the meal, My brothers and I challenged to reach the top of the tea hills. We wanted to capture these precious memories.


The weather was very friendly. As planned, the first destination was white crater. The air was very cold but a lovely view over already waiting. We drove by odong odong to reach the hills. Though already old, the car is still strong.

The fog was rising and the view of the crater was very clear and cool.


After we spent a lot of energy, we finally checked in to the hotel at 12am. Hotel in The Valley was very neat and clean. While waiting for afternoon, my cousin and I played in the playground and around the complex of The Valley. After the weather not too hot, my brother and I swimmed in the swimming pool.

day 2
At night, I'm not wearing ac because the air was very cold. I had breakfast in the hotel restaurant, the food was very tasty.

My little cousin forced me to swim again. The water was cooler than yesterday but a little bit more fun.


For lunch, we planned to eating at glamping lakeside, in Patengang lake. The forms of the restaurant was simillar with pinishi ship so this place was very attracted visitors. Then we change the plan to eat in the garden rabbit because the situation was very crowded.


I was very happy because there were a lot of rabbits and I loved rabbits. The food was also good. After eating, my brother and I played with the rabbits.

After we werw satisfied with the rabbits, my extended family and I took a picture together.


This holiday is very memorable for me.

Selasa, 08 November 2016

Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie

Do You know him?  I'm sure You know him, but not about him. For that, in this time, I want to tell You about him.

   
His name is Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie.  Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie is an Indonesian engineer who was President of Indonesia from 1998 to 1999. He succeeded Suharto, who resigned in 1998. His presidency is seen as a transition to the post-Suharto era. Upon becoming president, he liberalised Indonesia's press and political party laws, and held an early democratic electionin 1999, which resulted in the end of his presidency. His presidency was the third, and the shortest, after independence.


Early life
 Habibie was born in Parepare, South Sulawesi Province to Alwi Abdul Jalil Habibie and R. A. Tuti Marini Puspowardojo in 25 June 1936. His father was an agriculturist from Gorontalo descent and his mother was a Javanese noblewoman from Yogyakarta. His parents met while studying in Bogor. Habibie's father died when he was 14 years old.

Studies and career in Europe 
Habibie started to study aviation and aerospace at the University of Delft (Netherlands) but for political reasons (West New Guinea dispute, which involved Netherlands and Indonesia), he had to continue his study in Aachen, Germany.  He was appointed a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 1990. In 1960, Habibie received a degree in engineering in Germany. In 1962, Habibie returned to Indonesia for three months on sick leave. During this time, he was reacquainted with Hasri ainun, the daughter of R. Mohamad Besari. In 1965, Habibie delivered his thesis in aerospace engineering and received the grade of "very good" for his dissertation, giving him the title Doktor der Ingenieurwissenschaften.

In indonesia
In 1974, Suharto recruited Habibie to return to Indonesia as part of Suharto's drive to industrialize and develop the country. Habibie initially served as a special assistant to Ibnu Sutowo, the CEO of state oil company Pertamina. Two years later, in 1976, Habibie was made Chief Executive Officer of the new state-owned enterprise Industri Pesawat Terbang Nusantara (IPTN).  In 1978, he was appointed as Minister of Research and Technology

Family


Habibie was married to Hasri Ainun Besari, a medical doctor, from 12 May 1962 until her death on 22 May 2010. The couple had two sons, Ilham Akbar Habibie and Thareq Kemal Habibie. B. J. After his wife's death, Habibie published a book titled Habibie & Ainun which recounts his relationship with Hasri Ainun from their courtship until her death. The book has been adapted into a film of the same name which was released on December 20, 2012.

I Want to ask you about B. J. Habibie

1. Who is Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie?
a. An artist
b. A scientist
c. An Indonesian engineer
d. A second president
e. A normal man

2. When he was born?
a. 25 June 1936
b. 25 July 1936
c. 25 August 1936
d. 25 September 1936
e. 25 October 1936

3. "In 1960, Habibie received a degree in engineering in Germany." (paragraph 3).   The underlined word has the same meaning with, except ...
a. Epithet
b. Designation
c. academic title
d. appelation
e. standard

4. " Habibie initially served as a special assistant to Ibnu Sutowo, the CEO of state oil company Pertamina. " (paragraph 4).  The underlined word has the same meaning with...
a. corporation.
b. assosiate.
c. partnership.
d. federation.
e. syndicate.

5. What is the main idea of fifth paragraph?
a. Habibie was married to Hasri Ainun Besari, a medical doctor, from 12 May 1962 until her death         on 22 May 2010.
b. The couple had two sons, Ilham Akbar Habibie and Thareq Kemal Habibie. B. J. 
c. After his wife's death, Habibie published a book titled Habibie & Ainun which recounts his                  relationship with Hasri Ainun from their courtship until her death. 
d. The book has been adapted into a film of the same name which was released on December 20,             2012.
e. Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie's family.

Thank you...

Rabu, 26 Oktober 2016

Short Story

The Colorful Idea



On the first Friday in January 1991, Vanessa Hess sat in her seventh-grade science classroom at Stonybrook Junior High and heard her teacher, Mrs. Maurice Marchani, announce that each kid had to do a new project. They had to invent something. “There are only two ways you can avoid this,” Mrs. Marchani said. “You can die, or you can move.” As Mrs. Marchani continued, she made it clear that this was not a science-fair type project. “I never want to see another papier-mache volcano,” she said.

                Mrs. Marchani wanted to see original inventions. There must be any number of school across the United State where science teachers encourage students to be creative by saying, “Maybe someday you will grow up to be a famous inventor.” To Vanessa’s dismay, Mrs. Marchani had different advice. Why not try to become a famous inventor right now?

                In the Indianapolis area, Maurine Marchani has made a name for herself by inspiring her kids to become inventors. One of her students, Steve Prater, has been featured in national magazines. Twice, he won prizes in competition for his inventions. One invention was something called a Hand Stabilizer. A device that enabled a friend of his with cerebral palsy to hold a pencil and write responses on true or false or multiple-choice tests. It worked so well patented, the Hand Stabilizer and began developing it commercially. In his honor, the mayor of Indianapolis proclaimed August 23, 1989, Steve Prater Day.

                “But me?” Vanessa asked herself. Once, Mrs. Marchani had instructed her students to figure out ways to drop an egg from the school roof without the egg breaking as it landed. When the teacher, dressed in a bunny suit, tried Vanessa’s idea, the result weren’t so great. “Mine crushed,” says Vanessa.

                In spite of her doubts, however, this hesitant inventor had her idea after only a few weeks. In the classroom, Mrs. Marchani had said that when inventors hit upon a great idea, they sometimes shout a loud and victorious “Ah-hah!” But Vanessa? Her idea came as a soft “Hmmm…” It all started on the last weekend in January, when spring-like weather visited Indianapolis. The warm sunny day found Vanessa and her dad in the driveway, washing and waxing the family car.

                The maroon Olds gleamed as if new. But Vanessa noticed that each scratch in the paint showed up as a white mark, the white being wax left in the scratch. 

“You ought to cover these scratches,” she said. 

“Don’t know how to,” her father replied. “Unless I go to an autoparts store and get some touch-up paint. And even then, it may not match.”

“There ought to be a wax with color in it.”

“There isn’t one.”

“Why not?”

“I don’t know.”

And she had her idea. She stored it away inside her head and kept hoping a better one would come along. For a while, she thought of developing something to keep apples from turning brown after paring. But every Friday afternoon when Mrs. Marchani checked on her students’ progress, Vanessa shrugged and didn’t say much.

                As the February due date drew near, Vanessa realized she was running out of time. A few calls to auto-supply stores and a quick check through an auto magazine indicated that no one else seemed to have produced a colored car wax. So far, so good. Vanessa bought a blue Matchbox car and added blue food coloring to some car wax. She scratched up the toy car, then waxed the thing- and it worked!

                The annals of invention are strewn with better disputes between inventors claiming the same product. But this story has a happy ending. The owners of the auto-products company, two brothers named Dan and Don Huffman, were charmed by Vanessa’s story and decided to ask her to appear in an “infomercial” for Magic Shine, their colored car wax. Contracts were signed, and Vanessa and her mom were well paid to fly to California to help make a Magic Shine promotional movie that was later broadcast on TV all over the country.

                How did the young inventor like moviemaking? Vanessa ponders the days in Hollywood rehearsing and shooting and taking instructions from the British director. “It was kind a nice,” is all she says.

                The success of Vanessa Hess also belongs to her teacher. Maurine Marchani seems to provide classroom experiences that lead to creative thinking. In fact, entering Mrs. Marchani’s classroom is itself an experience. Visitor must find their way past a whole zoo of floppy sculptures that dangle from the wall. A live rabbit hops up and down the rows between the desks. A rabbit? “If you don’t pet her,” says Mrs. Marchani, “she eats your shoelaces.”

                The science teacher has a theory that junior high school kids need more physical attention than they admit. A kid who enters the school from a stressed-out home may need to have a rabbit on his lap the whole period. And she also believes that this is just the kind of place that encourage kids to risk having original thoughts. “In a setting that’s offbeat, its OK to make a mistake,” says Mrs. Marchani. “Kids are afraid of being foolish. If the teacher is sort of silly, then its OK for them. Its OK to risk.”

                She also notes that the students with the highest gradepoint averages aren’t always the best inventors. “I find that kids who do not do well on paper-and-pencil tests do wonderful things with ideas.” Some people view kid inventions as flukes. But, Maurine Marchani disagrees. “Nobody’s told seventh-graders they aren’t creative yet,” she says. To her mind, when it comes to inventing, twelve is the perfect age.

*An original story from Brainstorm! by Tom Tucker Sent from my Windows 10 phone

And now I'm going to ask you a few question.

1. Who was trying to get an idea for a project?
    a. Vanessa
    b. Vanessa's dad
    c. Mr. Marchani
    d. Mrs. Marchani
    e. Maurine Marchani

2. Where did Vanessa studied?
    a. Stonybrook Primary School
    b. Stonybrook Junior High School
    c. Stonybrook Senior High School
    d. Stonybrook University
    e. Stonybrook city

3. Why Vanessa disagree with Mrs. Marchani advice “Maybe someday you will grow up to be a famous inventor.”?
    a. Because no one wants to be inventors.
    b. Because it's impossible.
    c. Because Vanessa dislike it.
    d. Because we can become a famous inventor right now.
    e. Because it's weird.

4. What an idea that makes Vanessa becomes inventor?
    a. makes a car wax.
    b. makes a food cloloring.
    c. makes a colored car wax.
    d. developing something to keep apples from turning brown after paring.
    e. Makes Mrs. Marchani happy.

5. Vanessa ponders the days in Hollywood rehearsing and shooting and taking instructions from the British director.
    The underlined word has the same meaning with ...
    a. try
    b. brave
    c. act
    d. practice
    e. work

6. how the end of this story?
    a. historical
    b. funny
    c. mysterious
    d. sad
    e. happy

thankyou...




Answer
1. a
2. b
3. d
4. c
5. d
6. e

Selasa, 25 Oktober 2016

Giant Panda

Hello, Guys!  In this time, I want to tell you about one of the rare animals in the world. This animal is so cute.  Very big body, but very soft.  It has black and white fur. Can you guess what? Yes, Panda.  



The Classification


Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Clade: Synapsida
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Suborder: Caniformia
Family: Ursidae
Genus: Ailuropoda
Species: A. melanoleuca


The Description


          The giant panda has luxuriant black-and-white fur. Adults measure around 1.2 to 1.9 m (4 to 6 ft) long, including a tail of about 10–15 cm (3.9–5.9 in), and 60 to 90 cm (2.0 to 3.0 ft) tall at the shoulder.[31][32] Males can weigh up to 160 kg (350 lb).Females (generally 10–20% smaller than males) can weigh as little as 70 kg (150 lb), but can also weigh up to 125 kg (276 lb). Average adult weight is 100 to 115 kg (220 to 254 lb).
The giant panda has a body shape typical of bears. It has black fur on its ears, eye patches, muzzle, legs, arms and shoulders. The rest of the animal's coat is white.The giant panda's paw has a "thumb" and five fingers; the "thumb" – actually a modified sesamoid bone – helps it to hold bamboo while eating.The giant panda's tail, measuring 10 to 15 cm (4 to 6 in), is the second-longest in the bear family. (The longest belongs to the sloth bear.)The giant panda typically lives around 20 years in the wild and up to 30 years in captivity.

Behavior


The giant panda is a terrestrial animal and primarily spends its life roaming and feeding in the bamboo forests of the Qinling Mountainsand in the hilly Sichuan Province.Giant pandas are generally solitary,and each adult has a defined territory,
Pandas communicate through vocalization and scent marking such as clawing trees or spraying urine.They are able to climb and take shelter in hollow trees or rock crevices, but do not establish permanent dens. For this reason, pandas do not hibernate, which is similar to other subtropical mammals, and will instead move to elevations with warmer temperatures.Pandas rely primarily on spatial memory rather than visual memory.
Though the panda is often assumed to be docile, it has been known to attack humans, presumably out of irritation rather than aggression

Reproduction


When mating, the female is in a crouching, head-down position as the male mounts her from behind. Copulation time is short, ranging from 30 seconds to five minutes, but the male may mount her repeatedly to ensure successful fertilization. The gestation period ranges from 95 to 160 days.
Giant pandas give birth to twins in about half of pregnancies.If twins are born, usually only one survives in the wild. The mother will select the stronger of the cubs, and the weaker will die. The mother is thought to be unable to produce enough milk for two cubs, since she does not store fat.The father has no part in helping raise the cub.
When the cub is first born, it is pink, blind, and toothless,weighing only 90 to 130 grams (3.2 to 4.6 ounces), or about 1/800th of the mother's weight, proportionally the smallest baby of any placental mammal. One to two weeks after birth, the cub's skin turns gray where its hair will eventually become black.

Conservation


In 2006, scientists reported that the number of pandas living in the wild may have been underestimated at about 1,000. Previous population surveys had used conventional methods to estimate the size of the wild panda population, but using a new method that analyzes DNA from panda droppings, scientists believe the wild population may be as large as 3,000. In 2006, there were 40 panda reserves in China, compared to just 13 reserves two decades ago. As the species has been reclassified to "vulnerable" since 2016, the conservation efforts are thought to be working. Furthermore, in response to this reclassification, the State Forestry Administration of China announced that they would not accordingly lower the conservation level for panda, and would instead reinforce the conservation efforts.
The giant panda is among the world's most adored and protected rare animals, and is one of the few in the world whose natural inhabitant status was able to gain a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation. The Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries, located in the southwest Sichuan province and covering seven natural reserves, were inscribed onto the World Heritage List in 2006.

Uses


In contemporary times many people who do business with the subject panda. One way to make a zoo or wildlife refuges.
In japan or china area now many animals panda targeted hunt. Therefore, these animals should diletarikan to avoid extinction or discharged. One way to make a zoo or nature reserve. Especially in indonesia is now just a few animals panda in the zoo particular. Therefore we should be able to take advantage of these conditions to do business these animals. Because these animals have the advantage.

A few minutes before the massive earthquake struck central china earlier this week, a number of giant pandas living in zoos looked nervous. It may be evidence that the panda has the ability to detect earthquakes.