Favorite Subject 3.0

1. English

English just started to become more fun. Because now, our class teacher is Mr. Charles who is our English teacher too, we HAVE TO speak English everyday in our class. This is helping and making us complicated at the same time. The good part of this, is that we are trained everyday to speak English so it would make us more confident to speak English in front of anyone. When we are in grade 7 and grade 8 we always study the tenses and other grammatical things. But now, in grade 9 we only do some preparation for the national exam.

2. History

I don’t know why, but this subject is getting more interesting each day. Because, for term 3 we are studying about the rebel in Indonesia which happens around 1960. And Mr. Jhonni has make a better plan for this study. We are doing presentation about what we have study about a rebel in Indonesia. This method is somehow not very confusing. It just that we have to write what we listen. Because the one who present won’t write anything on the board


Another Subject Loved Based On Progress

Hello everyone 😀 It’s been a long time since i wrote on this blog =)) Now, I’m going to tell you 2 subject that i loved in Term 2.

1. Mathematics

I’ve never thought that I could recognize this subject in my favorite list. But, since a few months ago, math in our class have changed. Mr. Jared, our Math teacher have put some new method of teaching us (Which is better than before). It just that although the subject has started to become more fun, it’s still giving us a lot of work.

This Year, our math start on Matrices. In my opinion, this subject is easier to study than the subject after this. Which is geometry. I don’t know why, but some Indonesian school started to learn this part on the 10th grade as known as Senior High school 1st Grade. So, about this geometry we know that we have to use calculator.


2. Arabic Malay

Arabic Malay is a subject that come from our region, Riau. This subject thought us some story about Riau, Indonesia, or Famous Person. It’s written in Arabic letter but we read it in Indonesia and we use the grammar of Malay. This subject is not that hard if you understand how to read Arabic letter. Ms. Yana is our teacher. It’s quite complicated when you write a real Arabic word in Arabic Malay . Because, the grammar of the writing is very different. The easier way to do the Arabic part is by memorizing and our own thinking, if it’s not Indonesian words, then it’s Arabic word.

We started to study Arabic Malay when we sat at the 3rd Grade of our school. When you study this, you’ll find some difficulty in combining letter. You should know how to merge one letter and the other one with a special letter. You can write some English word with Arabic Malay letter to. Just make sure that you don’t force yourself at this. If you don’t know, you should ask your teacher.


Thank you 😀

2 Subject 2 Favorite

  1. ICT (Information, Communication and Technology)

    Well, if you’re confused why did i choose this subject? Because, nowadays people always use a ICT to make Homework, to search information from the internet. And ICT also thought us about parts of computer, the software, how to use it, how to browse the internet properly, and also help us to know how to use our computer properly. Without ICT, maybe until today you don’t even know what is cellphone, what is computer, what is software, what is hardware, etc.

    In our ICT class we’re studying Parts of Computer. Maybe, if i didn’t learn ICT, I wouldn’t know what is a PDA, what is a laptop, what is a computer, etc. ICT a.k.a Computer Studies changed our difficult life easier. Mr. Dick our ICT teacher is one of the helpful teacher in my school. He helped us when we have problem with our computer. He also motivated us when we have a ICT competition such as the Blog Competition and others.


  2. Physical Education (Sport Studies/PE)

    This subject is on of the most famous subject in my class (Maybe in our school also). Well, i choose this subject because it helps me to achieve my goal which is becoming thin and fit. In this subject we played a lot of sports, such as Football(My Favorite),Basketball,Baseball, and also volly. Many plump people says that sport is not fun. Well, i’m very very different from them. I choose more sports so that i can be thin and handsome also.

    Our “NEW!” PE teacher is Mr. Gugun the other is Mr. Fabien. But, Mr. Fabien got to many works to do at school. So, he let , Mr. Gugun become the PE teacher. Mr. Gugun is a nice PE teacher and even sometime he ask “What sports do you want to play?” Some of the boys answer football. But, the girls chose to play basketball. So, we play basketball.

Conspiracy – ESL

Hello fellow readers.. I just want to say thank you for still wanted to read my posts.. So, today I’m going to tell you 2 conspiracy with its theories..

Lady Diana:

Theory #1: The paparazzi did it

He was referring, of course, to the paparazzi. From the moment it was revealed in 1980 that Prince Charles had taken an interest in the youthful and attractive Lady Diana Spencer, she had been hounded by the press. She was to become the most famous woman in the world — her every deed, no matter how private or trivial, meticulously photographed, documented, and splashed across the front pages of tabloids everywhere. Right up until the moment of her death, the press were in hot pursuit.

Among the first details to surface about the accident that killed her was the fact that the driver of the limousine had been speeding to evade paparazzi photographers. Unsurprisingly, the blame was immediately laid on them. Critics called them “legalized stalkers,” “cowardly murderers,” and “assassins.” And certainly they bore some of the responsibility for participating in a high-speed chase under very dangerous conditions. However, autopsy results soon revealed that Henri Paul, the driver, had a blood alcohol level at least three times the legal limit. At the end of a two-year police investigation, the paparazzi were largely exonerated and the preponderance of the blame — in official circles, at least — shifted to Paul.

Theory #2: The royal family did it

Not everyone was satisfied with the official version of events, however. Within hours of the announcement of her death, rumors of a plot to assassinate Princess Diana had begun to swirl. The main culprits: the royal family, assisted by the British intelligence service.

Why, you ask, would the House of Windsor want Princess Diana dead? Because, the whisper campaign went, she was poised to embarrass the crown by marrying Dodi Al Fayed, a Muslim, who would become stepfather to Princes William and Harry, the heirs to the British throne. It was even speculated that Diana was pregnant with Al Fayed’s child.

These paranoid accusations gained more traction than they deserved thanks to their tabloid appeal, not to mention the tireless championing ofMohamed Al Fayed, Dodi’s father, who refuses to this day to believe the fatal car crash was a mere accident. It was suggested that an agent of MI6, the British intelligence service, was present at the scene, posing as a member of the press. It was suggested that a mysterious vehicle, a white Fiat Uno, was used by the conspirators to block the limousine’s path, forcing it to collide with the pillar. It was suggested that recordings from closed-circuit cameras in the Alma Tunnel which ought have documented the precise sequence of events were either tampered with or summarily disposed of. And so on.

None of these assertions have held up under scrutiny. Diana was not, in fact, pregnant, according to tests run on samples of her blood collected at the scene. Nor were Diana and Dodi planning to get married, according to sources close to the principals. There were no unaccounted-for vehicles, least of all a phantom Fiat, involved in the crash. Of the 10 traffic cameras located in and around the tunnel, none were properly positioned to record the accident itself. And no convincing evidence of government involvement has ever been found.

Alien (Area 51):

We may have Tang thanks to the space program, but who gave us such innovations as the Stealth fighter and Kevlar? Aliens, of course. Conspiracy theorists believe that the remains of crashed UFO spacecrafts are stored at Area 51, an Air Force base about 150 miles from Las Vegas, where government scientists reverse-engineer the aliens’ highly advanced technology. Fodder for this has come from a variety of supposed UFO sightings in the area and testimony from a retired Army colonel who says he was given access to extraterrestrial materials gathered from an alien spacecraft that crashed in Roswell, N.M. Some believe that the government studies time travel at Area 51, also known as Groom Lake or Dreamland.

The government has developed advanced aircraft and weapons systems at nearby Nellis Air Force Base, including Stealth bombers and reconnaissance planes. And the government’s official line — that the details of Area 51 are classified for purposes of national security — is only seen as further proof that the military is hiding aliens or alien spacecraft.