My First Time Following Taekwondo Exam

Do you still remember, I ever told you in my second Weekly Reflection that I join Taekwondo club? Well, as I said at that reflection, one of the reason I join this club was because my parents want me to have enough skill to protect myself, and also because through this activity I can do physical exercise more often.

To be honest, at the first time I become a new member, it was difficult for me to enjoy it. But after a few weeks of practice, I can finally adapt to this activity. And today was the first time I follow a Taekwondo Exam after about 3 months of practicing. The exam was to upgrade my level from white belt to yellow belt. In this exam I presented the stances that I have already learned. In total, there were 2 basics (gibon / basic 1 and 2) and 8 stances that I presented. The stances include one punch, 4 kicks, and 3 blocks.

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My Motoric Development Stimulation Project

As you guys may know, one of the elective class that I join in is Fabric Product Design. In this class, I need to make a fabric product that can be use for children’s developmental stimulation. So the product that I chose is a fine motor stimulation by making clothing learning aids. The reason I chose this type of learning aids is because I want to help children that maybe still need help with their motor skill.

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My First Camp in Sekolah Cikal (2): The Kaliandra Eco Resort

In the first story of my camp at Kaliandra, I wrote about what I have learned during the leadership training. So in this post, I will share about my activities besides the main program and also some descriptions about the Kaliandra Eco Resort.

I already said that the Kaliandra Resort area is full of trees and it’s quite cold, especially at night. So I recommend you to bring jacket and maybe extra blanket if you don’t really like cold. But don’t worry, the cold weather is only at night. While in the afternoon, it usually felt warm.

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My First Camp in Sekolah Cikal (1): The Leadership Training

Two days ago, I just got back from my camp in Kaliandra Eco Resort Prigen, and I already promise you that I will make a post about it. Before I start, I want to say that this story will be seperated into two posts. I will upload the next part of this story a few days from now as the next Weekly Reflection. I hope you really enjoy to read about my four days camping experience in Kaliandra.

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Weekly Reflection of Year 7 Learning #7

Two weeks ago, I wrote three summative assessments that I’ve got, so today I will write the summative assessments of other lessons. The lessons that I want to write in this post is English, Math, and the continuation of Individual and Societies.

On English lesson, since our topic is Haiku, the summative assessment was still related to that. The first step was to make a haiku and analyse it by ourselves. Then Miss Enn gave us one of our friend haiku for us to analyse it, and we needed to presentate it in front of the class.

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Weekly Reflection of Year 7 Learning #5

Hi! Before I started this post, I just want to say sorry for not uploading any post last week. It’s because there’s not much activity happened last week because of Ied Al Adha, and also I didn’t have time to write it. So in this post, I will combine last week and this week reflection.

The most interesting topic in this two weeks is stress management in PSE (Personal and Social Education) lesson. The reason I think that the topic was interesting is because as long as I know, not every school give their students this kind of topic in the learning process, even though this topic is really important for a teenager. Because being a teenager means that we will experience a lot of stuff that sometime make us stressed out in some point. So learning stress management will be useful to prevent or reduce stress.

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Weekly Reflection of Year 7 Learning #4

In this weekly reflection, I will tell you about the fun competitions that my school held from August 13th until 18th to celebrate Asian Games 2018 and Indonesia Independence Day. We called it The Mini Asian Games.

We compete based on our house and not based on our class. So, the meaning of ‘house’ in Cikal is similar to ‘clan’ that each clan consist of some students from each grade and also teachers and staffs. It’s the same with Harry Potter’s school- Hogwarts, if you know the story about that. So when we become Sekolah Cikal member, we will be divided into 4 houses: Phoenix, Centicore, Unicorn, or Dragon. Usually when there are special event or activity, all school member will be grouped according to their house.

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