Welcome to the role play scenario conducted by M2/12 in the classroom. The mission is for each group to present a short acting about what do they feel about doing household chores.
Let’s begin with:
And to the so so winner…
And to the okay …
I really enjoyed their presentations in the class. They were so nice to watch! With little time of preparation given to them, I was very surprised and pleased to have watch such good and funny performances in the classroom. At least we got to chill for a while in the classroom. Congratulations to all of you M2/12! I am so proud of you!
What is Activity Day? Well, it simply means, time to make English class more fun and more group work. Unfortunately, this activity day is only for M1/12. What are the things that students will do during “Activity Day”? Just scroll down and you will see fresh snapshots from our M1/12’s first activity day for this semester.
And as part of the activity day, everybody must do the SPEED READING, led by Fah of Group 1. I truly like Group 1’s SPEED READING melody, they’re so creative!
Today’s report topic is about “THE NEWEST GENERATION”. Here are the reporters for today, let’s have a look at them.
What is the report’s topic all about? Altogether we read to this:
THE NEWEST GENERATION
Since at least the 1950’s, teens of each generation have been on the lookout for new songs, new fashions, or really anything new. If there’s something new teens are typically eager to check it out. If something becomes popular and lasts for a while, it becomes a trend. Nowadays, the use of the newest technology has become the trend with teenagers.
These teenagers belong to Generation Z, and they were born approximately between 1994 and 2004. Generation Zers are tough and smart. They like to belong to a group and to share personal information. They are the first generation to have grown up with technology like the Internet and cell phone. Most of them own an MP3 player and download music from the web. They text friends on their cell phones, and they also stay in touch with them on Facebook. They read books on e-readers and tablets. And, they love the virtual world.
Virtual reality (VR) is an environment simulated by a computer. With goggles and headphones, teens can enter places in worlds of simulated reality as well as imaginary worlds. They can play soccer, drive racing car, or defend the planet against invaders from outer space.
Virtual reality has also entered the world of entertainment. IN Japan, a young singer named Hatsune Mikuone has become a hit. MIku is actually a 3-D hologram of a pop star. She’s sixteen years old, and she has long pigtails and large eyes. Miku’s voice is recorded on synthesizer called “Vocaloid”. She has performed “live” at stadiums all over Japan. Crowds of fans wave glowing sticks and sing along to “World is Mine.”
Will the latest trend fade with new technology? We’ll have to wait and see – until the next generation.(I leave the answer to you.)
Note: Passage of THE NEWEST GENERATION was taken and copied from NEW WORLD BOOK 4.