自我評量表(陌生人)

我覺得我把這些閱讀活動做得不錯,因為我使用了很多時間去讀,了解故事裡有困難的詞語。故事也挺有趣的,但是它們都很長,除了三,四個故事。‘陌生人’ 這個故事是最感動的一個故事,因為這些悲慘的事情有一天可能會發生在你身上。我喜歡這個活動但是如果我們下一次又多一點時間會更好。

December Test Reflection

Theory Test

I feel like I did not do very well on the test because I did not study enough of the triads, diminished notes, and transposing instruments. Over 95% of my marks were lost from triads, diminished notes and transposing instruments questions. I should have made more notes on the topics I was unfamiliar with earlier so I know what to study when revising for the test. This will be a mistake I will learn from for more upcoming music tests and can be applied to other subjects also. I was one mark away from a 6, which is sad in every way. Two marks were taken away because I drew an ugly treble and bass clef, which I need to improve for next theory test if I don’t want to lose more marks.

 

Music Composition and Playing Test

The music composition and playing test were quite rushed because of all the other assessments which were occurring at the time. I think I did well when showing my knowledge of composing jazz music. I used a variety of notes and different rhythms to show my understanding of general music knowledge. I used various dotted rhythms and my piece had a swing feel throughout the entire piece. The composition took me a little bit more than one hour to finish, it was pretty well done apart from the final bar when I ended the blues solo on the tonic note which sounds atrocious. The composition was pretty good, but I could have changed a few minor details to make it better

Linus Lan – Shenandoah Reflection (Grade 9 Music)

 

I have demonstrated my knowledge of rhythm and effectively by evenly playing the tied notes. Also I keep in time throughout the whole piece. My notes were pretty accurate, I got no wrong notes but some of them could have been more clear. There was a buzzing sound also as I was plucking the string on some of the notes, which is the main thing I need to improve on for next time.

My Educational Board Game – Linus Lan

I have found out through analysing four very famous board games (Risk, Chess, Battleship or Monopoly) that they all need strategical thinking to even get close to winning. For example, in Battleship you need to think from the other person’s point of view. In Chess, you have to try manipulate the other person to get their king in the position you want which is part of your plan to try get the king in Checkmate position. In Risk, you have to try conquer certain territories depending on what troops you have there, or you might even set up temporary alliances. In Monopoly, it is mostly luck apart from the fact that you have to decide which properties/companies to buy, whether you want to buy a few expensive companies, or all the cheap ones.

 

I have done some research about any fun single player games. I found an example of a board game consisting of many cards. Not regular cards with the aces, club, hearts and diamonds symbols. But self illustrated cards. The theme is about someone who gets stuck in the forest. There are a few decks of cards which consist of different stages. Some provide food and water, some provide weapons, some provide obstacles like wild animals, and one deck even consists of clues of where the forest exit is.

 

I will try and follow this idea by adding my math concepts in the map. Basically, you need to get the math concepts correct to progress throughout the map and get certain cards to increase your knowledge of getting out of the forest or some other biome. The concept will be the same, trying to get the character to a certain place while adding educational math concepts in order to progress. This will make learning more fun for the player than just going online and watching tutorials. There is an answer deck, a question deck and a tutorial deck in case you don’t know how to do the problem.

CAS Week Reflection 2017

1)How did you become more aware of your own strengths and areas for growth?

I have learnt that I can lead a group and I have to work on my communication skills with people I do not know well.

2)How did you undertake challenges that developed new skills?

Killing 5 mosquitos/mozzies in the hotel room with slippers and deodorant because Diego left the door open for a whole minute.

3)How did you discuss, evaluate and plan student initiated activities?

We collaborated in groups when we were making the presentation and doing tasks together.

4)How did you persevere in action?

I had to deal with the unfamiliar environment in Taiwan as it rained really hard the first night and I had to run to the bus from a few blocks away without any shelter or umbrella.

5)How did you work collaboratively with others?

We helped each other when we needed help and collaborated as a group to achieve the goals of the tasks.

6)How did you develop international mindedness through global engagement,  multilingualism and intercultural understanding?

7)How did you consider the ethical implications of your actions?

CAS Week Trip Reflection 2016

1)How did you become more aware of your own strengths and areas for growth?

I learnt to deal with and get used to a lot of bugs in Thailand such as spiders, bees, cockroaches and more. I’m fine with bugs now and don’t freak out like before. My area for growth is my stamina and fitness level. I found out on this trip that I’m not that fit, but this trip really helped a lot because before this trip my average rested bpm (beats per minute) was 79, but now my average rested heart’s bpm is 64.

2)How did you undertake challenges that developed new skills?

I hiked up a really steep mountain for a long time which was very difficult for me as I don’t exercise at all when I’m not playing tennis. So this hike was really hard for me, so I undertook a hard challenge

3)How did you discuss, evaluate and plan student initiated activities?

We collaborated in a way which made us a better team when working as a group.

4)How did you persevere in action?

It was 50˚c outside and we were hiking for a few hours up a steep hill, one of the most challenging physical activity experiences ever for me.

5)How did you work collaboratively with others?

We helped each other when we needed help and collaborated as a group to achieve the goals.

6)How did you develop international mindedness through global engagement,  multilingualism and intercultural understanding?

7)How did you consider the ethical implications of your actions?

Waste Not Want Not – Crit D T3

My design was a success and nearly everything was to my expectations. The measurements were totally accurate with the package being durable and being able to stand upright. My package represented CDNIS well as I used the colours of those on the logos. I also measured my lines really well as my measurements were on point and if they were off it would be at most at 2 millimeters. I spent my time efficiently and I am very satisfied with my final product.

There were some things I would do next time I make a package, for example put a window in my design, colour the background, or cut a hole in the box to insert the flap into to secure the package. This was all applying to the creativity and uniqueness of my design, which I was lacking, many of my reviewers exposed me on that part like Jason Blumenthal.

Overall, I am very satisfied with the amount of time I have put into making this design of an environmentally friendly, minimal adhesive using, durable sturdy package. Next time I will put account of spending more time planning ahead my process in making this package earlier.

 

Here are some pictures of my design object, package and package with object inside:

 

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object in package