Senin, 05 Maret 2018

Announcement activity

Elements of the Announcement
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All of the information of the events
Location and contact information of the shop


Elements of the Announcement
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The information about Avian influenza and the information about the researchers recruitment
The detailed information if the readers want to join or requested a proposal

Elements of the Announcement
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The title of the announcement
The information of the new address of the store and announce that the old store will be renovated..
The contact numbers and email.


Elements of the Announcement
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All of the text included, it’s about opening of the new branches in Indonesia.
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Because the text is announce to the general people so it's for all of the readers 
Because it's an advertisement text, they pursue the readers to buy the items
Because it's to invite several people and more private
Because the announcement is for the public
Because the announcement is for all of the readers


Main Idea
Text 1
Informing the people of Georgetown about the opening of a Suit Shop in a new venue.
-          The announcement came from J.Crew Store
-          The opening will be in April, 2013
-          The shop will offer more of men’s and women’s, weddings and parties collection.
Informing the people of the recruitment of H5N1 researchers
-information come from WHO organizations
- including H5N1 information
-Rescruitment details
-Contact person if we want to apply the proposal and if we want to ask the further infomation
Informing the people of the renovation of the old store and the moving out to the new building
-information of the new building address
-information that the old store will be repurpose that is still located in the same address, phone number
-contact information of the store
Informing the people of the opening of the several branches, the advantages and their hope of their new branches
-The location of the new branches
- the advantages of the new branches
-their hope of the new branches

Sabtu, 20 Januari 2018

Biography of Desmond doss

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   Desmond Doss was born on February 7th 1919 in Lynchburg,Virginia,United States was a United States Army corporal who served as a combat medic with an infantry company in World Wide 2. He was twicw awarded the Bronze Star Medal for actions in Guam and the Philippines. Doss furter distinguished himself in the Battle of Okinawa by saving 75 men, becomming the only conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Second World War who during combat had not killed a single enemy soldier. In fact, he refused to carry a gun. His only weapon were his Bible and his faith in God.
   When he was a child, for example, he once walked 6 miles to donate blood to an accident victim a complete stranger after hearing about the need fot blood on a local radio station. A few days later, Desmond traveled down the same long stretch of road to give more. Instead, Doss spent his childhood doing things like flattening pennies on the railway near his Lynchburg, Virginia home and wrestling with his younger brother, Harold. He said that Desmond wasn't much fun to wrestle with because you could never win not because Desmond was particularly skilled, But because he'd never surrender and didn't know how to give up. From he was a child he always remember that no matter what he shouldn't killed anyone.
   When Pearl Harbour was attacked, he was working at the Newport News Naval shipyard and could requested a deferment but he wanted to do more for his country. He was willing to risk his life on the front times in order to preserve freedom. So he joined army to be a medical soldier. He started to interested in medical because of his 1st wife. They met when Desmond took his friend that injured to the hospital that his wife works at. His wife was a nurse at that hospital. But his decision to joined army is not approved by his father. His father used to be an army too. That's why he is not approved his son decision.
   He wanted to be an Army combat medic. As luck would have it, he was assigned to an infantry rifle company. His refusal to carry a gun caused a lot of trouble among his fellow soldiers. They viewed him with distain and called him a misfit. One man in the barracks warned him, "Doss, as soon as we get into combat, I'll make sure you won't come back alive." His commanding officers also wanted to get rid of the skinny Virginian who spoke with a gentle southern drawl. They saw him as a liability. Nobody believed a soldier without a weapon was worthwhile. They tried to intimidate him, scold him, assign him extra tough duties, and declared him mentally unfit for the Army. Then they attempted to court martial him for refusing a direct order to carry a gun. But they failed to find a way to toss him out, and he refused to leave. He believed his duty was to obey God and serve his country. But it had to be in that order. His unwavering convictions were most important. 
    And at Okinawa in the spring of 1945, Doss' company faced a grueling task: Climb a steep, jagged cliff  sometimes called Hacksaw Ridge to a plateau where thousands of heavily armed Japanese soldiers were waiting for them. The terrain was treacherous. "It was full of caves and holes and the Japanese were dug in underground," says Mel Gibson, who re-created the battle in Hacksaw Ridge. "...The Japanese called it 'the rain of steel' because there was so much iron flying around."Under a barrage of gunfire and explosions, Doss crawled on the ground from wounded soldier to wounded soldier. He dragged severely injured men to the edge of the ridge, tied a rope around their bodies and lowered them down to other medics below. In Benedict's documentary, Doss says: "I was praying the whole time. I just kept praying, 'Lord, please help me get one more.' "
   Veteran Carl Bentley, who was also at Hacksaw Ridge, says in the documentary, "It's as if God had his hand on Doss' shoulder. It's the only explanation I can give. Doss saved 75 men including his captain, Jack Glover  over a 12-hour period. The same soldiers who had shamed him now praised him. "He was one of the bravest persons alive," Glover says in the documentary. "And then to have him end up saving my life was the irony of the whole thing."President Harry Truman awarded Doss the Medal of Honor in 1945. He died in 2006.

1. When did Desmond doss born?
a.7th january 1919
b. 7th february 1919
c. 17th february 1919
d. 17th february 1920

2. Where did Desmond doss born?
a. lynchburg
b. north carolina
c. los angeles
d. london

3. How many people did he save in okinawa's battle?
a. 65
b. 70

4. When did he died?
a. 2005

5. What  he wanted to be before he joined army?
a. army combat medic
b. soldier
c. doctor
d. nurse

Jumat, 08 Desember 2017


     Culture Festival is an annual event of 3 National High School Bandung. This year the Culture Festival is called Gathapraya.Gathapraya means nation's hope for future. Gathapraya held on 30th September 2017. I became committee at Gathapraya event. I became production manager or logistic. All of the committee have prepared  for this event for more than 3 months. 
    For committee we should came at 5 in the morning. So i came a little late at 5.30. When i arrived me and my friends went to backstage and clean it because there are lots of trash. This event had open gate at 12 o'clock, So before it we prepared everything. After open gate there are lots of performance such as MK, hivi,nidji. 
    I do my job to be comitte so i did my best job as i could until the events is ended. At the end of the event, i watched nidji and hivi performance. They performed very well. It's a great experience for me and i hope next year and after i can experience it again.

Senin, 06 November 2017

The first sunrise

Long, long ago in the Dreamtime the earth was dark. There was no light. It was very cold and very black. Huge grey clouds kept the light and the warmth out and were so low that the animals had to crawl around. The Emu hobbled neck bent almost to the ground; the Kangaroo couldn’t hop, and none of the birds could fly higher than several feet in the air. Only the Snakes were happy because they lived close to the ground.

The animals lived by crawling around the damp dark earth, feeling for fruits and berries. Often it was so hard to find food that several days would pass between meals. The Wombat became so tired of people bumping into him that he dug himself a burrow, and learned to sleep for long periods.

Eventually, the birds decided they’d had enough. They called a meeting of all the animals. The Magpies decided that they would raise the sky by gathering sticks and pushing the sky up. All the animals agreed it was a good idea, and they set about gathering sticks. 
The Magpies took a big stick each, and began to push at the sky.The Emus, the Kangaroos and the Wombats watched as the Magpies pushed the sky slowly upwards. They used the sticks as levers, first resting the sky on low boulders, then on small hills. As the animals watched, the Magpies, pushing and straining, reached the top of a small mountain.It was still very dark, but at least the Emu could straighten up, and the Kangaroo was able to move in long proud hops. The Magpies kept pushing the sky higher and higher, until they reached the highest mountain in the whole land. Then with a mighty heave, they gave the sky one last push!

The sky shot up into the air, and as it rose it split open and a huge flood of warmth and light poured through on to the land below. The whole sky was filled with beautiful reds and yellows. It was the first sunrise.Overjoyed with the beauty, the light and the warmth, the Magpies burst into song. As their loud warbling carried across the land, the Sun-Woman rose slowly, and began her journey towards the west. Now, each morning when the Sun-Woman wakes in the east she lights a fire to prepare the torch that she will carry across the sky each day.
It is this fire that provides the first light of dawn. Then she takes up her torch, and begins her daily journey across the sky. When she reaches the western edge of the world, she extinguishes her flaming bark torch. Then she sits down, and repaints herself in brilliant reds and yellows, ready for her journey through a long underground passage back to her camp in the east. So that is why, to this day, every morning when the Sun-Woman wakes and lights her early morning fire, all the magpies greet her with their beautiful song.


§  Orientation ( first and second paragraph)
ü  The participants : The emu, the kangaroo, the wombats, The birds, The magpies
ü  Where is the story : dark earth
ü  When is the story : long time ago
§  Complication ( third paragraph)
Tells us the conflict from the start until climax
ü  The birds gathered all the animals because they felt enough of dark earth
ü  All the animals agreed that they would raise the sky by gathering sticks and pushing the sky up
ü  They do it together
§  Resolution ( fourth and fifth paragraph)
Tells us how the conflict ends
ü  They can do it and the earth become bright, warm, and beautiful.
§  Moral
We cannot complish all that we need to do without working together.

Edupassion vlog

Me and my friends made a vlog at edupassion.