We are an International School located in Yangon, Myanmar. This blog is a collaboration between Thalun secondary students (grades 6-10) and their teachers. Please check back often to learn more about us and to read our posts. You can also find our class links and see a detailed week by week lesson plan of what we are learning here.
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Thalun secondary students (grades 6-10) have been taking Information & Communication Technology classes since November 2017.
We’re now well into the 3rd trimester and everyone has just finished up their digital illustrations (made in class using the free imaging program Gimp) and second blog posts detailing animals studied during last trimester’s Week Without Walls.
If you don’t know what a horn bill is, here’s a picture. I have to warn you, I’m not a expert on horn bills. I have only seen them once. And I did not choose this animal. It wasn’t an option.
Purity. Wisdom and intelligence are the words people around the world describes elephants with.
Rabbits are small mammals who have been loved for ages. They’ve been around since the stone age until now and have interacted a lot with people.
“I have a top that leads me to life, but a bottom that doesn’t.”
This is a Burmese Star Tortoise that I, Tony have drawn. It is black and white because I’m too lazy to color it in. Also I think it looks better in black and white.
Hi! I am Mark but you can also call me Howard. My Myanmar name is “Than Toe Naing.”
My name is Thandar Tun but I’m generally called Thandar. I am 13 years old and am the second child of my parents.