Cheat sheet that isn’t neat

Designing an infographic may not be as hard as you think, but finding ideas is as hard as finding a good title. (Like the one I just wrote…)

Now behold, below is a big picture filled with nothing but colors. It’s my cheat sheet!
(Thanks Ms. Kristen for helping me find a title!) If you want to know who I am or what I do at school or more about me personally, feel free to glimpse my infographic. Good luck!

 

Juan's Important Notes

Like what the heck… it’s horrible!

To Sum It All Up

“I know my value.  Anyone else’s opinion doesn’t matter.”

– Agent Carter, S1, E8

Hi! I’m Anjela, and I’m 15. I was born in New Jersey, USA on the 9th of February. I’m Filipino-American, and I have my mom, my twin sister, 7 aunts, 2 uncles, and my grandparents. Yes, I have a big family. I’ve also traveled a lot and I’ve been to places such as Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Singapore, and the US. I’ve lived in Myanmar for about 8 years… however, I have yet to learn the language. I know how to speak in Tagalog and bits of Russian, French, and ASL. Continue reading

I am JOHN

Hey people! My name is John Kaung Myat Htut and this is my second blog post. As you know, I am from Yangon, Myanmar. I attend Thalun International School and I am in Grade 7.

I am exactly five feet tall. My birthday is June 10, 2006. I love Fnaf, animals, and animal T.V shows. I also like playing video games on my Android phone. My favorite game is Mobile Legends. It is really fun.  I have a MI MAX, which is a pretty good phone. I also have a YouTube channel, that I share with Wai Yan. Be sure to check it out and subscribe!

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A Library of Feminism

“The world was hers for the reading.”

-Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Hi! My name is Zayda. I was born on February 9, 2003, and I’m 15. I was born in New Jersey in the US, but I’m Filipino. I’ve been in Myanmar for eight years, almost nine. However, I still can’t speak Myanmar. I can speak Filipino and English fluently, and I used to learn ASL by signing to songs. I stopped, but I’m planning on taking it up again. I have a twin sister, my mom, my grandparents, three uncles, five cousins, and eight aunts.

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Meet Grade 3: Introductions

What is your name? Amara
Where do you come from? Yangon
What are your favorite things to do? Playing Prodigy
What are your biggest strengths? badminton
Tell us a surprising or little known fact about yourself. Last month I fell down into my swimming pool.

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Hi my name is Amara. I want a hamster but my mom said I can’t have one. So sometimes I am sad. I have a  big swimming pool and a big house. Today I will swim. Tomorrow when I come back home I will swim and call my friends.

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