What We Are Up To (In ICT Class)

Hey there. Just checking in.

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.


The Illustration Project (1)

Illustrations by (clockwise): Jessica Glass (Grade 6), Charming Khin Phone Kyaw (Grade 6), Tony Aung Khant Htin Lin (Grade 7), Angeline Myat Phone Sint (Grade 8), Wine Pyae Pyae Phyo (Grade 7), and Swe Yee Wint (Grade 7)

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Roosters Are Cool


Digital Illustration by Nick Dana David Tin

The rooster, aka the cockerel or cock, can be found in Myanmar. You may find it flocked around some seeds or giving you a dose of the old-fashioned alarm clock. The word “rooster” originated in the U.S. and is used mostly in North America. Roosters are basically male chickens, with male chickens less than a year old being called cockerels.

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