Aim Big for the Summer

 

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Summer Holidays… everyone has an enthusiastic attitude toward this special time. And while the holiday period is the best moment for most of the students, for high school students in particular, the holiday doesn’t hide the fact that school courses continue to become more challenging and difficult.

In this case, students should prepared for the upcoming school curriculum during the summer holiday. Therfore, I would like to introduce my experience with the ultimate summer holiday I had.

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Social Media Graphics -Grades 8, 9, & 10

In ICT class students found some favorite quotes and learned to present them in visual form, in particular for sharing on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Students focused on message clarity, graphic dimensions, font choices, contrast, layout, choosing imagery that supports the text, color scheme, and impact.

Here are a few examples from grades 8, 9, and 10: (*Click to enlarge)

 

Created by: Htet Paing,  Tet Naing Soe,  Hikari Tsuneyoshi, John Wai Yan Lin, Sabrina Kyi Myat Noe Khin, and AKK Aung Khant Kyaw

 

 

 

 

9th & 10th Grade Goal Animations

In ICT class we are learning animation, design, and visual communication. Recently each student created a “Goals Animation” using the free online animation software PowToon.

Here are the results of our first experiment. Click on each student’s name to also see their biography.



Jonathan
-Grade 10

I am merely an arrow set free from a bow. I will seldom waver in the air, but rest assured…. I won’t miss my targets. This video will show you what those targets are.

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Nyan Htoo The Moon Bear

The following illustration below portrays Nyan Htoo, an Asiatic Black Bear or Moon Bear, who had just undergone the painful surgery of the removal of his three kilogram tongue last year.

Drawn by Sabrina Kyi Myat Noe Khin

Drawn by Sabrina Kyi Myat Noe Khin

He was rescued by a group of monks in Myanmar who halted his journey to China, where the bile from a bear’s gallbladder is used for traditional medicine.

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