I think my iFolio is ready to be included in the school reporting because I pay a lot of effort in the every single post and I have learnt a lot throughout the whole year. However, I think I might want to add pictures into the previous post I had and reflect more.
Today, I am going to do a drama reflection. I really enjoyed drama class because we get to act characters who were different from us and be free.I have learnt many skills of drama, for example tableau, soundscape, stagger movement and choral speaking etc. There were also 4P’s which actors or actresses must may attention to: power, pause, pace, pitch. Here is a tableau base of the story Cinderella. As you can see, there were many levels, facial expression and body movements. We also use spaces wisely.
It is nearly the end of year, thinking back from this year, we had many opportunities doing digital work. The best digital work I have done was the one we did it at the beginning of the year. We did a book jacket based on the book The Knife Of Never Letting Go. The Knife Of Never Letting Go is a scientific story which happen in the future. The settlers were infected with the Noise germ, which everyone can hear other’s thoughts. Todd Hewitt is the only boy in a town of men. He had to flee with his dog because he knows that the town is hiding something from him. Through designing the book jacket, I have learnt how to use Photoshop. This is probably the best experience I had.
Today I am going to share with you some of my CAS Week camp experience. As I have mentioned before, CAS week stands for Community Action Service Week. We went to Mongolia for the CAS week. That was my first going to mainland china by myself without my parents.During this trip, I have learnt different Mongolia culture, tried different new food and met new friends.
On the first day, we took two flights, from Hong Kong to Beijing, from Beijing to Chifeng(somewhere in Mongolia). My first impression to Mongolia was not really good. I thought I would be going to a city where it is undeveloped, no like Hong Kong.
On the second day, we went a local school where students only would get to learnt Arts, performance or culinary. The students there were really nice and friendly, I met a new friend called Guofei. He taught us how to craft a flower from a red radish. He told me that he had been crafting a radish everyday for 3 years. He wanted to become an artist when he got older.
On the other day, we went to a home stay. The lady there was really nice, she gave us dried tofu and blankets for us. Me and the other four friends slept on one bed and it was really crowded. I didn’t slept well because my friends snored a lot and kept talking when they were sleeping. The food in Mongolia was great except for the yogurt. It’s kind of similar to what I eat everyday. My favourite dish the fried pork chop with pineapple, it so crunchy, it tastes like chips.
Some of my best moments in Mongolia was the bonfire. The Mongolian lit up the fire in a special way, they poured gasoline and lit up the fire. We were dancing all night. And then we went back to the yurt and slept. It was freezing cold that night. Friends sleeping next to me got all the blankets so I was really cold. But, anyways we had a lot of fun and it was worth going to Mongolia.