Hi, I’m a student in CDNIS, and I mostly share about some major classroom/school activities, a bit of my school life, and possibly an insight to my characteristics. All of my work is supposed to be sorted in categories and hopefully, I sorted them neatly. To see the whole documents I wrote, you have to click in the link.
In the Chinese test, even though I got 6/8, I feel like there are a lot of things I could still improve on. Especially because I only got 6 questions correct. The reason why I still got a high score was that coincidently, all the questions I got correct were worth a lot of points.
One of the things I could improve on is that for part 2 (Analyse basic conventions including aspects of format and style, and author’s purpose for writing), I got all the questions wrong. I feel like this is because I am not very good at identifying format and style, which made me answer the questions wrong.
Another thing that I found was that even though this did not take away any points away from me, I found out because I answered digitally with pin yin, I sometimes chose the wrong word because they had the similar pin yin. I think that to fix this, I should double check more often.
This is my Ukulele Submission:
This is my reflection:
This is my clarinet assessment for a song called “Go For Excellence” I have the metronome on here.
This is my ukelele assessment
Criteria Ai, Aii, 2019/20
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The task was to write a script about my partner (Ryan) and I have a conversation, which then we would read from and audio record us speaking the script. I think that overall, we did pretty well, and we all got a score of 5 and higher for each. One thing I think that we could’ve done better was practicing our script before we did it. Also, there were a lot of times where we were interrupted, so the audio that we posted for our assignment was one that we actually did pretty bad since afterward, we both knew what we said wrong, but the recording was the only recording that didn’t get interrupted, and there was little time, so we stuck up with it.
A good thing was that I worked well with my partner. We agreed with who would say what and what our roles were, and we didn’t distract ourselves much.
The clarinet is an instrument of the woodwind family, so if you play any instrument of the woodwind family, you will learn to play the clarinet faster. Other instruments of the woodwind family are the piccolo, flute, oboe, English horn, clarinet, E-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, and contrabassoon.
When you open the case of a clarinet, you can see many parts and pieces of a clarinet.
You will see a piece of reed. A reed is a thin strip of material that vibrates to produce a sound on a musical instrument. A clarinet cannot play unless you have a reed, which is held onto the mouthpiece by the ligature (will talk about afterward). Reeds have to be wet, so you should always put it in your mouth while setting up your instrument. A clarinet cannot play unless you have a reed, which is held onto the mouthpiece by the ligature. A mouthpiece is a part in which the reed is attached. It provides an opening through the air, which allows the interaction between the air stream and the reed. A ligature is a device that holds a reed onto the mouthpiece.
The clarinet also has 3 parts of a joint: Barrel Joint, Upper Joint, and Lower Joint. It also has a bell at the end. The clarinet barrel connects the instrument’s mouthpiece and body, shaping and directing sound through the instrument. The upper and lower joints form the body of the clarinet. They are also used to determine the note’s pitch of the instrument. Lastly, the bell is the section at the end of the clarinet where the sound projects.
To play the clarinet, you blow in the mouthpiece, in which the air interacts with the reed. While blowing you press on the parts of a joint, which determines the pitch, and the sound comes out of the bell
Benny Goodman is one of the best clarinet players ever, and I really like his songs. He has also lead one of the favorite musical groups in the U.S at the time. His most famous song is “SING, SING, SING” On 1:11 is the clarinet part.
I haven’t written a post for a long time, because I needed to prepare for my exhibition presentation.
The past few weeks, we have been focusing on a project called “Exhibition,” and it is an important project that every IB program student has to do at the end of primary/elementary school. My topic in the exhibition is about technologies and helping educate ones that are less knowledgable about it.
Then, I made a website about different technologies, with different blog posts about various topics (mostly connected to computers), to be able to say that I have taken action. That took a bit of time, as that was most of my project. After my Easter holiday, the staging part began.
Before the holiday, we decided where we wanted to stage at, and what equipment we need. I and some other people from my technology/science cohort chose to be near each other since we had topics a bit similar.
For my exhibition, I had a board and a table in front of it. I had some posters and words about my topic, my action. For the desk, I had my computer to show the website, and one big pc took apart to explain to people.
Overall, my exhibition was fine, most people understood, but I think that I could have had more objects to show to people, not just my website. I also feel like I should’ve covered more of my things on the board, to let people passing by know what topic it is about, and more about my website. One part that I think I did well was explaining to the people who asked into my exhibition and was able to respond to even some problematic questions.