Day 4 in SSIS maximum sercuraty Prison

Rights of the author

Coincidences or similarities are purely written by chance. Any insults to the SSIS and the staff are purely a joke and a version of the school should it be turned into a prison. Any advice or techniques are performed by legal stuntmen and are purely fictional and just a joke. Any names, words, insults and jokes are purely for a joke and if you are outraged at these THEN DON’T READ THIS. If SSIS is insulted at this “blog” they may comment but not shut down this blogs. No scandals or affairs of the school will be written in this blog. If SSIS, student, parent or public is uncomfortable with the material they may tell the author and the author WILL change it.

Day 4 in SSIS prison.

I started the day off by walking into the prison carrying a one ton bag. Then we had to walk up 4 floors carrying those heavy bags. One of my friends broke his back doing it. What an ordeal! But the ordeal was about to begin. When we walked into “class cells”, we were given a 2 hour lecture about “dice”.  Oh the suffering! Then we were given only one potato chip and were forced to eat fruits. After our “food break”, we were forced to write a terrible story. After our “story writing” we were kicked into a “mac book camp”. After 45 minutes of being tortured using words we were finally sent back to “class cell” to get survival equipment  for “lunch”. Then we were sent too the “prison yard”. Then we were forced to act silly things in “Drama class”. Then saying a words I did not understand in some strange class I can’t remember. But I did escape at 3:00 Pm using a chisel and a hammer. Shhh… my captors don’t know I escaped.

ESCAPE FROM SCHOOL IF YOU CAN.

Ethan.

Rights of the author

Coincidences or similarities are purely written by chance. Any insults to the SSIS and the staff are purely a joke and a version of the school should it be turned into a prison. Any advice or techniques are performed by legal stuntmen and are purely fictional and just a joke. Any names, words, insults and jokes are purely for a joke and if you are outraged at these THEN DON’T READ THIS. If SSIS is insulted at this “blog” they may comment but not shut down this blogs. No scandals or affairs of the school will be written in this blog. If SSIS, student, parent or public is uncomfortable with the material they may tell the author and the author WILL change it.

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Slogan anlaysis

It’s finger licking good.

This is the slogan from KFC. This slogan is there to remind people that the fried chicken is very good. So good in fact that you want to lick off the sauce on your fingers.  This links to the company so much when it is heard almost everyone thinks it is KFC. It’s short. It rolls off your tongue like silk. It gives a lot of information with just one sentence. Therefore this is a very good ad.

Ethan Anototation#1

https://docs.google.com/a/ssis.edu.vn/drawings/d/1F-YiLfdkTDbuVpJ996-w-bAWV1S_eaxCAo3e454jDOw/edit?usp=sharing

 

Above is my annotation

 

Sorry If I tried to import it here it would crash the picture.

 

Anyway as demonstrated in the picture it starts off with a question to entice the reader in. Then It answers with a picture of the burger. This gives the impression that the burger is very tasty. The blurred background and the soda cup with the logo on it gives a sense of warmth and agreement with the product. Details are at the bottom are small so that the customers can not read the price. When this happens the customer will enter the store and have to buy the burger and think it is cheap.

 

 

Fixed minecraft project

https://youtube.com/watch?v=RLrBci4DKwk%2520frameborder%3D0%2520allowfullscreen

In this project we had lots of fun. It helped our understanding of Egypt by understanding how much the river nile was important to them. The river provided them water, food and materials. The water could be used for drinking and farming. Food could be used for eating. Reeds could make baskets, papyrus made paper. In all I think this was a wonderful project.

Minecraft

In this project we had lots of fun. It helped our understanding of Egypt by understanding how much the river nile was important to them. The river provided them water, food and materials. The water could be used for drinking and farming. Food could be used for eating. Reeds could make baskets, papyrus made paper. In all I think this was a wonderful project.

reflection walkabout

This is my vlog about a book. I really enjoyed doing this even though it was very hard. At the start I found it very hard to get the notes and use them. Then my learning strategies teacher told us to do it in steps. Using this technique I mange to get my notes done. After I did my notes everything became easy. Another hard part was the vlog itself. After 3 tries I got a good one and submitted it. To be honest this one of my best acheivments

 

 

Gibbon project

Hi guys!

Today we will talk about a school project… (dramatic music) GIBBONS! My group did a project where we did I-Movie, presentations, and posters to save a primate called the gibbon from extinction. They are being harmed by deforestation and illegal pet trade. We worked mostly against the illegal pet trade by spreading the word though the school. The most interesting thing thing I learned was that gibbons can sing by howling and shrieking to communicate with other gibbon families. While I was doing this project, I learned how to do Green Screen and filming. The last part of our project was to make an I-Movie about gibbons and how to save them. The thing I would do differently was to do a animation instead of a real time one.

-Bye guys!

adventure to cat tien

  1. Tell about your three favorite activities at the park. (This means anything where you did an organized activity with a group, not mealtimes, free time, or messing around in the cabins!) What did you learn from them?

In our trip my favourite activity was roasting marshmallows. Hiking was fun but it was also extremely tiring. We also saw the biggest tree in Cat Tien which was like 85 humans tall. We also enjoyed looking at monkeys in the primate centre.

2.What were 1-3 of the most interesting things you saw or learned at Cat Tien? (Definitely add pictures here!)

I learnt about the way gibbons communicate .The reason why gibbons sing is because they signal their status and their location. The singing sounds like shrieking and howling.
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I also found out what Moon bear bile is used for. It is used for traditional “medicine” but this practice also hurts and tortures the moon bears. Because of this bear bile is outlawed in many countries.

 

 

When we had our last bonfire we learned how to roast marshmallows safely. If it catches fire, stay calm and blow on them.

3.What was the most challenging or difficult part(s) of the trip? How did you deal with it? What did you learn?

The most difficult part of the trip was the night hike because it was so dark that you could not even see the road. The Hiking was both fun and hard due to the terrain.

4.What suggestions do you have to change or improve the trip for future classes? (Note: Cabin conditions are pretty much beyond our control, and we cannot book a fancier place for 60+ people. Other suggestions are welcome.)

I would recommend that they make more activities out side the town and spend more time outside in the woods. This would make the trip more outdoorsy.

I all this was very fun. To be honest I was a little sad about us leaving. I would recumbent Cat Tein for your family. Anyway This is Ethan Yam and watch out for creepers