Sabtu, 18 Februari 2017

Saving Our Nature


Indonesia is an archipelago country. The number of islands in Indonesia according to Interior Ministry in 2004 was 17.504 islands. Five major islands in Indonesia there are Papua, Borneo, Sulawesi, Sumatra, and  Java. It has two seasons, dry and rainy season with a tropical climate.
Indonesia has a lot of forests. The biggest forest in Indonesia is Tropical rain forests. Tropical rain forests contain biological diversity of flora and fauna. This forest is only found in the tropical regions and also the largest producer oxygen  in the world. On average, one tree produces 1,2 kg oxygen. While people need 0.5 kg oxygen in a day. So, in a day, one tree supplies oxygen for 2 person.
  According to the map of the spread of tropical rain forests in Indonesia. The tropical rain forests are divided into three regions, There are : The tropical rain forest region of western, eastern and transition. The tropical rain forest region of western spread from Sumatra, Borneo, and Java. The tropical rain forest region of eastern spread in Papua from west to east. The tropical rain forest region of transition spread between Sulawesi and Maluku. Common characteristics of a tropical rain forest is dense trees, tall, and broad-leaved.
  Tropical rain forests has many benefits. Not only for the flora or fauna that live in it. The benefits of this tropical rain forests effect on many aspects, such as : education, economy, health, and so on. The benefits of the tropical rain forests is :

  1.  Maintain the balance of the ecosystem. The tropical rain forests  not only balancing ecosystems in the country that it lived. But, it serves as a counterweight to the world ecosystems. In addition, because of great climate, lots of flora and fauna that live well in it.
  2. As the water infiltration The trees there are large, the roots are enormous, so it can absorb water in large quantities. In addition, the tropical rain forests always exposed to rain,have never experienced a drought so that it is also benefical to maintain the water cycle.
  3. Preventing natural disasters. Tropical rain forests can prevent flood, because it can absorb water in significant amounts. And also can prevent lanslides, as it has strong roots to prevent landslides.
  4.  In aspects economy.The benefits of the tropical rain forests in the economy aspects is tropical rain forests a source of livehood for the people living around the forest. They can look for wood andplants to be eaten or sold. In addition,it can also be used as a tourists destionation, so it can be supplier of money for the region.
  5. In education aspect It is useful as a research site. We can get a lot of knowledge from it.
  6.  In health aspect. This tropical rain forest as a wide variety of medicines that are benefical to human life.
There are benefits provided by tropical rainforests for humans. Therefore we must still maintain its sustanability, because tropical rain forests have a vital function for our life. Unfortunately, in 2015 there was the burning of tropical rain forests in Borneo and Riau. Reports say, Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah (BNPD) Riau notes, as many 1.264,75 hectares of land and forest in Riau have been burned. In Borneo recored 1,4 millions hectares burned. Of course it exteremly dangerous to humans not only in Indonesia but throughout the world. Because 30% of the world oxygen supply from tropical rain forest in Borneo. This all happened because of human greed. They burned the foret to plant oil palm because it will generate a lot of money. Is this the response to the benefits that forests have given us? Forests doesn’t lose, but we are the ones who lose!. Let us remember that, the jungle doesnt, give us what we want such as a lot of money, but the forest give us what we need to survive more than we think. So let us saving our nature, don’t cutting and burning forests carelessly, use enough water, not littering, and other activities that we ccan do to saving our nature, so that our son and grandchildren can see the beauty of this nature.

Source :
https://id.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daftar_pulau_di_Indonesia
http://manfaat.co.id/manfaat-hutan-hujan-tropis
http://www.bbc.com/indonesia/berita_indonesia/2015/07/150730_indonesia_kabutasap_riau
htttp://m.dw.com/id/penyebab-kebakaran-hutan-terungkap/a-18801135
http://kliping.co/persebaran-hutan-di-indonesia/

Minggu, 08 Januari 2017

My Holiday

My Holiday


Okayy..
I wanna tell you about my last holiday. Actually this is bored holiday.
On December,23th 2016 I went to Tanjung Lesung with My Family and My Uncle's Family. I thought that Tanjung Lesung near from Pandeglang, evidently it's very farrrrr from Pandeglang. It tooks 11 hours from Bandung to Tanjung Lesung. I went from Bandung at 2.30 AM and arrived on Tanjung Lesung at 1.30 AM.
Ohhhhh i very tired ); and there's no signal :v.
No Problem if it tooks a long time to go to Tanjung Lesung but i need signal );
On the next day I went to Tanjung Lesung Beach, I guess that Tanjung Lesung beach is very beautiful. But, it was too bad. I shocked when i saw the scenery its made me dissapointed )';.
I took a picture with my cousin, it was good but my veil was bad );, well as I said before that it's a bored holiday.

Thenn I went to home on December, 25th 2016. But, before i go home, i went to my Grandma's house to take a rest. Actually I wanna buy "Bakmi" bcz Bakmi in Jakarta is very delicious hehe :v.
I went to home at 11.00 PM and arrived at 1.00 AM.

After that, I spent my holiday with sleep hehe..
My Dad was Angry bcause I slept all the time. and I said to mey Dad " Daddy.. it's the time for me to go bed, after i studied at SMAN 3 I didn't have time to slept"
Then My Dad scream to me " How you can catch your dream! if you doesn't work hard for it!"
I am speechless. And I thought Yaaa this is the time for me to change my life.
My Dad said " You can be a smat children if you study, but you can't get the best character with study"
I just realized that yaa character is number 1 and we can't get the best character with study, because we have to practice it day by day.

The Next day, i got up early in the morning, I swept and swab the floor and do everything that i can do to make My Parents happy. Then I studied English and French.
Yaa That's My Holiday. I'm sorry if i got a mistake on grammar or anything wkwk. 

Oh ya! Happy New year :))))))
Resolution in this year : I hope I can slim hehe , I will exercise to prepare my test in 2019, and I hope I can studied at AAL or AIM Aaamiin..

Well.. Thank you.. Bye :)

Minggu, 30 Oktober 2016

NELSON MANDELA


Hello Everyone!
Here, I will tell you about Nelson Mandela who is known as 
"A SOUTH AFRICAN ANTI APARTHEID REVOLUTIONARY"      


 Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionarypolitician, and philanthropist, who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the country's first black head of state and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election. His government focused on dismantling the legacy ofapartheid by tackling institutionalised racism and fostering racial reconciliation. Ideologically an African nationalist and democratic socialist, he served as President of the African National Congress (ANC) party from 1991 to 1997.
      A Xhosa, Mandela was born in Mvezo to the Thembu royal family. He studied law at the University of Fort Hare and the University of the Witwatersrand before working as a lawyer in Johannesburg. There he became involved in anti-colonial and African nationalist politics, joining the ANC and co-founding its Youth League. After the Afrikaner minority government of the National Party established apartheid—a system of racial segregation that privileged white, he was appointed President of the ANC's Transvaal branch, rising to prominence for his involvement in the 1952 anti-apartheid Defiance Campaign and the 1955 Congress of the People. He was repeatedly arrested for seditious activities and was one of the activists unsuccessfully prosecuted in the 1956 Treason Trial. Influenced by Marxism, he secretly joined the South African Communist Party (SACP). Although initially committed to non-violent protest, in association with the SACP he co-founded the militant Umkhonto we Sizwe in 1961 and lead a sabotage campaign against the government. In 1962, he was arrested for conspiring to overthrow the state, and sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia Trial.
      Mandela served 27 years in prison, initially on Robben Island, and later in Pollsmoor Prison and Victor Verster Prison. Amid international pressure and growing fear of a racial civil war, President F. W. de Klerk released him in 1990. Mandela and de Klerk negotiated an end to apartheid and organised the 1994 multiracial general election in which Mandela led the ANC to victory and became President. Leading a broad coalition government which promulgated a new constitution, Mandela emphasised reconciliation between the country's racial groups and created the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate past human rights abuses. While retaining the former government's economic liberalism, his administration introduced measures to encourage land reform, combat poverty, and expand healthcare services. Internationally, he acted as mediator in the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial and served as Secretary-General of the Non-Aligned Movement from 1998 to 1999. He declined a second presidential term and in 1999 was succeeded by his deputy, Thabo Mbeki. Mandela became an elder statesman and focused on charitable work, combating poverty and HIV/AIDS through the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
     Mandela was a controversial figure for much of his life. Although critics on the right denounced him as a communist terrorist and those on the radical left deemed him too eager to negotiate and reconcile with apartheid's supporters, he gained international acclaim for his activism. He received more than 250 honours, including the Nobel Peace Prize, the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Soviet Lenin Peace Prize. He is held in deep respect within South Africa, where he is often referred to by hisXhosa clan name, Madiba, or as Tata ("Father"), and described as the "Father of the Nation".
He attended primary school in Qunu where his teacher, Miss Mdingane, gave him the name Nelson, in accordance with the custom of giving all schoolchildren “Christian” names.

He completed his Junior Certificate at Clarkebury Boarding Institute and went on to Healdtown, a Wesleyan secondary school of some repute, where he matriculated.
Mandela began his studies for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University College of Fort Hare but did not complete the degree there as he was expelled for joining in a student protest.
On his return to the Great Place at Mqhekezweni the King was furious and said if he didn’t return to Fort Hare he would arrange wives for him and his cousin Justice. They ran away to Johannesburg instead, arriving there in 1941. There he worked as a mine security officer and after meeting Walter Sisulu, an estate agent, he was introduced to Lazer Sidelsky. He then did his articles through a firm of attorneys – Witkin, Eidelman and Sidelsky. He completed his BA through the University of South Africa and went back to Fort Hare for his graduation in 1943.
Nelson Mandela (top row, second from left) on the steps of Wits University. © Wits University Archives
Meanwhile, he began studying for an LLB at the University of the Witwatersrand. By his own admission he was a poor student and left the university in 1952 without graduating. He only started studying again through the University of London after his imprisonment in 1962 but also did not complete that degree.
In 1989, while in the last months of his imprisonment, he obtained an LLB through the University of South Africa. He graduated in absentia at a ceremony in Cape Town.


"A friend once asked me how I could reconcile my creed of African nationalism with a belief in dialectical materialism. For me, there was no contradiction. I was first and foremost an African nationalist fighting for our emancipation from minority rule and the right to control our own destiny. But at the same time, South Africa and the African continent were part of the larger world. Our problems, while distinctive and special, were not unique, and a philosophy that placed those problems in an international and historical context of the greater world and the course of history was valuable. I was prepared to use whatever means necessary to speed up the erasure of human prejudice and the end of chauvinistic and violent nationalism."

Minggu, 23 Oktober 2016

What is Descriptive?



Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument

Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument or can be locally referred to as Monjaya is a Statue of an Indonesian Navy officer wearing Ceremonial Service Dress, complete with his sword of honor, staring far to the sea as if he's ready to challenge the ocean's tide and storms. It represents the preparedness of the Indonesian Navy for glory. The statue is standing tall above a building, the total height of the building and the statue reaches 60.6 meters (approximately 198 feet and 9 inches). Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument representing the nation's future generation's optimism towards the accomplishment of Indonesian dream.
The monument's name is taken from Indonesian Navy's motto in Sanskrit Jalesveva Jayamahe which means Our Glory is at the Seas. The construction started in 1993 by Indonesian Chief of Naval, later continued by Indonesian National Force Admiral, Muhammad Arifin  and designed by I Nyoman Nuarta. Other than as a monument, this building is also functioning as a lighthouse for ships or vessels at surrounding sea.

Question :
1. What is the main idea of Paragrapf 2?
a. Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument or can be locally referred to as Monjaya
b.  Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument representing the nation's future generation's optimism towards the accomplishment of Indonesian dream.
c. The monument's name is taken from Indonesian Navy's motto in Sanskrit Jalesveva  Jayamahe which means Our Glory is at the Seas
d. Other than as a monument, this building is also functioning as a lighthouse for ships or vessels at surrounding sea.
e. The statue is standing tall above a building, the total height of the building and the statue reaches 60.6 meters (approximately 198 feet and 9 inches).

2. What is the meaning of Jalesveva Jayamahe?
a.  Our Glory is at the Land
b.  Our Glory is at the Air
c.   Indonesian Navy's motto
d.   Indonesian Navy
e.  Our Glory is ate the Seas

3. What is the function of Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument?
a. A Lighthouse for Ships
b. A Vessels
c. Representing the nation's future generation's optimism
d. As a monument and a lighthouse for ships or vessels at surrounding sea.
e. A Lighthouse for surrounding Area 

4. Which the statement is TRUE!
a. Monjaya is a Statue of an Indonesian Army officer wearing Ceremonial Service Dress.
b. Jalesveva Jayamahe monument is located in Surabaya
c. Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument which means Our Glory is at the Air
d. Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument representing the nation's future generation's optimism towards the   accomplishment of Indonesian dream.
e.The construction started in 1994 by Indonesian Chief of Naval

5. Word “it” in line 2, paragraph 1 refers to?
a. Jalesveva Jayamahe
b. Monjaya
c. Jalesvave Jayamahe Monument
d. Indonesian Navy Officer.
e. Ceremonial Service Dress 

Answer :

1. C
2. E
3. D
4. C
5. B



Minggu, 09 Oktober 2016

Story Telling Snow White

Hello Guys..
Now i wanna tell you about moral value from each stories

1. The Little Prince
 The meaning of life can be found only in relationship. It means that if we loving someone, we can more commit with ourself to another.

2. Snow White
  It's happy to have a lot of friends

3. The Boy who Cried a Wolf
We may not to lie. Because it can make everyone doesn't believe to us.


4. Malin Kundang
   We shouldn't be rebillious to our parent's. Especially our mom.

5. Sangkuriang
   Son can't marry his mother because it's forbidden by relligion

Jumat, 07 Oktober 2016

World Tournament & Techno Fest


Haiii..
Now i wanna tell you about WTTF.
So what is WTTF?

WTTF (World Tournament and Techno Fest)  is an event or festival  by the Student Council and cooperate with the SEF "Student English Forum". This event included into the value of sports and English. In this event there is a very interesting game. And in this event we have to speak English.
WTTF event is held in different places. Our class MIPA 7 will against class XI 7. At the beginning of the show, one of the representatives of the class we were given 2 water balloon, the balloon must be taken not to rupture because the balloon is used to get the puzzle if we lose in implementing a game.
The first game is to seize the scarf is in the hands of our opponents. The rules may not take scarf soldier belonging to the king, the king of the opposite team should take the scarf of another king. Because the strategy is right, we can win this game and get the puzzle.
The second game is one of a class representative must answer questions quickly and right, in this game we came back to win.

The next game is to make something of cardboard . We made aDoll. aThe Doll’s Head and body are made of cardboard, nose and eyes made of a bottle cap and straw.
Lots of games held on WTTF. We walk around the  Tongkeng park, garden photos and SMAN 3 Bandung and in every game when we win would get a puzzle. The game most crowded game is eating Samyang contest, representative of our class are Rafli and Fachri .
Understandably we are class that very greedy . So we win in this race: v

As we knowthat , if we have to speak English during the event. Only a few people are doing it, others still exist that use Indonesian. But those of us who speak English, some use slang. What is it slang? According Swan (2005: 526), ​​'Slang' is a very informal kind of vocabulary, mostly used in speech by people who know each other well. Judging from the slang definition according to the Swan, we can conclude that slang is a kind kosakta very informal, which is usually used in conversations by people who know each other well. So, if we use slang with Caucasian people who do not know, it's called us matey . But no harm really learn slang, not a science is useless, sure deh all science is useful .
Oh ya, back again to the event . At the end,  the puzzle that we gather our forces and one bunk. And the winner in preparing this puzzle is 3’2019. Cool, right!!
This event is great because we had to use English and this is very useful to practice self confidence and get fluency in speaking English.

Hopefully events like this will remain and  can be increased.

Rabu, 05 Oktober 2016

Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument

Hello Guys J
I want to tell you about the place that i want to visit. It’s Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument.
So,what is Jalesveva Jayamahe monument?

Sulitnya Berkunjung ke Monumen Jalesveva Jayamahe

Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument or can be locally referred to as Monjaya is a Statue of an Indonesian Navy officer wearing Ceremonial Service Dress, complete with his sword of honor, staring far to the sea as if he's ready to challenge the ocean's tide and storms. It represents the preparedness of the Indonesian Navy for glory. The statue is standing tall above a building, the total height of the building and the statue reaches 60.6 meters (approximately 198 feet and 9 inches).Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument representing the nation's future generation's optimism towards the accomplishment of Indonesian dream.



The monument's name is taken from Indonesian Navy's motto in Sanskrit Jalesveva Jayamahe which meansOur Glory is at the Seas. The construction started in 1993 by Indonesian Chief of Naval, later continued byIndonesian National Force Admiral Muhamad Arifin and designed by I Nyoman Nuarta. Other than as a monument, this building is also functioning as a lighthouse for ships or vessels at surrounding sea.


The reason i want to visit Jalesveva Jayamahe monument is because it’s the best place for me and visit Jalesveva Jayamahe monument is one manifation of my action to appreciate the services of the heroes. Oh ya! If you want to visit Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument  you can go by Plane, Bus, Train, and Car.
It took 15 hours and 30 minutes if you go by bus, 2 hours and 20 minutes by Plane , and 16 hours by Train.

I wanna go to Surabaya by Train.Why? Because the ticket is cheap, no trrafic jam, on time, safety, and more comfortable. If you want to go to Surabaya by Train, you can by the ticket in Kiaracondong station. And you will depart from Kiaracondong and arrive in Gubeng Station. After that you can rental a car to go to Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument.

For your Information, a building under the statue is a Indonesian Navy’s Museum or Monjaya’s museum. If you want to visit the museum you must submit a proposal 2 weeks before the visit, you can submit the proposal to Governor of AAL, Asintel Pengarmatim, Asops Pangarmatim, Asintel Danlantamal III, Kepala Dinas Penerangan (Dispen) Koarmatim.

That’s all for me. Hopefully it give benefit for you all
J