Me: I think this is too simple. Why don’t I improve it?
Hello World! (with colors!)
This is a webpage. (that’s me)
Goodbye. (see you)
— Program Has Ended —-
Me: I think the web address is too long.
Me: Bunleap(My Friend)! Can you buy me a custom domain? I need it for a project.
Bunleap: Hey, man. Use repl.it. You can get a free domain there. Here let me show you.
Hello World! (with colors!)
This is a webpage. (that’s me)
Goodbye. (see you)
Me: That’s Better! Well, I should take a break.
It’s been one month already since I started this project. Let me tell you a story:
At the start of the term, my assignment was to create a final project. After school, I was thinking on my way back. “What do I want to do?” I thought. “What do I like? hmm…. poems?…..yeah I like poems. let’s do it.” I thought again. “Wait. How can I connect that to multimedia? hmm…….” I realized. “Why not make a webpage talking about how to writes poems.”. I came to a conclusion and I decided to do it.
I started to work on this project right away. There are many obstacles which interfered me during my progress. I had to research the instructions and make sure it’s a reliable source. My web is designed to teach others how to write Khmer poems and showcase some of the poems written by viewers. I’m hoping in the future that I will add more features and design to my webpage to reach Cambodians who want to learn Khmer poems.
I’ve been progressing so far lately. Since the start of the year, I was ok with English when it comes to speaking but when it comes to writing, I was terrible. Now, I can see my progress is progressing in a fast rate, thanks to my teacher, Hannah. It also helped me with my other portfolio posts. My experience with this course has been very incredible. I got to collaborate with my peers and work on projects together. In the future, I want this experience to repeat in this course because I really enjoyed it.
Hello World! This is a simple program that you see here. I mean you can’t see the actual code but you you can see this text which is the result in the console. Most people think this program is easy to write but I dare to write this code now and run it. Where would you go? What would you do? Ok, I win. I told you writing a program isn’t easy. It is very hard to understand. It’s impossible to learn code. It’s SO HARD!
— Program Crashed Again —
Wrong text, Wrong text!
For me, I didn’t get to learn much in class because I was busy with other projects and trips but I did get to learn the materials outside of class. I learned about myself that I have the ability of catch up work because I missed 3 weeks of work but I tried and tried to learn and catch up on the work. It was exhausting but at the end, I did learn
On this math course, I actually learned a lot about math and about myself. I found out that I liked to learn math alone but then teach other people about it. I used to just learn everything slower than everyone else but in Math class, I felt like I learn a lot in class and clarify and learn more outside of class time. I felt that in math class, I got to learn faster and more efficient than any other class because I think my facilitator taught me very well and I would like to appreciate her. I learned in this calss faster also. In the end, I’m looking forward to next round and will achieve new goals in the future.
In English literacy class, I was introduced to Novel studies. I studied about authors of books and reading as a team. The book I was assigned to was monster and it was a wonderful book brought by my wonderful teacher Hannah. At the end of the project was a film.
A great experience I have so far in Liger. Learning computer programming was one of my passion and dream and I get to practice it in class because most of the time, I was self-taught.
In the course, I learned about Python which is a programming language specially for beginners. Since I already spent one year at Liger learning to code, I was familiar with the program. Even I already know, I still push myself to the very limits and help others along the way.
Helping others learn is what my session has been like. It helped me for my leadership skiils and also to help my lovely friends to climb up to the sky.
In this course, I learned about the science of carbon. Did you know that your body contain carbon? You probably might not know and it’s the same for me. The Carbon Cycle is what keeps the carbon keep rotating. Trees take CO2 from the atmosphere and release oxygen, We, humans breathe in Oxygen and release C02 and the cycles keep rotating. Organism decay, Plants respiration also contributed to the cycle. Deforestation distrupt the cycle very badly like taking wheels from bikes.
In math course, we learned about decimals such as substracting, addition, multiplication and division. We just started our new books which is Marshall Cavendish Education, Primary Mathematics Standard Edition, 5B. I was excited to get the new book because it felt like I was stuck in 5A for so long. I learned alot and I know I will progress.
Being disrespected can cause a lot of problems. The misunderstanding might be the cause but usually happens when racism and discrimination are there too. This will be not beneficial for both sides. The victim was abused and damaged both mentally and physically. The one who causes the problem will be looked down on by many people because of their unacceptable actions. This will determine that they will be nemesis because both don’t get along even if it’s different religion or nation. With different religion and cultures, people tend to find things others can relate to do but if we can’t find it, people want others to follow who they are and what they are like. Mostly young Cambodians are taught by others including teachers, friends, and families that what they thought was right for their kids so the younger Cambodians would think that it is right then they would pass the concept onto the next generation. Sometimes if we do this with higher ranking people, they would feel unhappy. Furthermore, there would be a chance they start to have wars. Indigenous Peoples are people but with different cultures, beliefs and ways of living. However, they aren’t being treated nicely as a typical Cambodians. Mrs. Prom Morn, who is an indigenous person from Souy indigenous community, said that “When I was young, I wanted to move out and study in a normal school but the children there bully me because I’m different.” This shows that people started doing not now but at a very long time ago in the past but never realized that it impacted a lot of people in a negative way.
Bad habits are habits that are easy to apply but rarely accepted by everyone. It’s a habit that shouldn’t be applied to everyone’s’ livings and everyday routine. Studies researched by Zaneta Thayer, Assistant professor at the University of Colorado Denver, a former researcher of Indigenous Communities in Cambodia, shows if discrimination was shown to young people (kids), they will develop the habit of doing further in their future (Thayer). The habit will harm their social lives such as communicating with friends because he/she is a bad person. The victim might also receive anxiety because they were constantly being pushed. However, this doesn’t apply to every person in the indigenous communities because they got used to their surroundings habit of picking on them. It has already become normal that they are used to bad habits. Some indigenous people actually are afraid and not willing to have any problems or disputes between each other so they moved away to a safer area where they live with their communities apart from others. Cambodians tend to speak out differences from people and it’s a part of their livings because most didn’t get educated about discrimination at the young age. However, they are not educated that discrimination is right, they are also not taught that discrimination is wrong. Despite the fact that it wasn’t brought to them, they can still change that habit to a more suitable one that respects and admire other’s significant cultures. Developing positive habits can be hard to begin but more powerful and respect for others than negative behavior. One of the habits that we should adopt is not seeing the negativity of differences but embrace the unique and beautiful differences of indigenous communities instead.
In this world, there is no such thing as perfection. There would always be problems everywhere we go. It’s like conversations. There will be a negative and a positive outcome. The result could be good and brings the relationship closer or both will have hatred to each other. Sometimes it’s not the person’s fault because they were not born with the mindset of a bad person, their surroundings that include teachers, parents, elders and even their friends did. Their surroundings were ALSO not born with the mindset their surroundings did so they pass it on to the next generation. They planted in the mindset, intellect and change the perception of the person they’re telling because they thought was the right thing their elders taught them. Then the one who got the mindset passed on is stuck there not even knowing if they are supposed to be there. And when they realized it, they begin to climb back to light to treat themselves better than they once were. But they already too much violence and destruction that society thinks they can’t be good no matter what. This doesn’t apply to everyone though. Changing it back will be difficult because people are already at the lack of trust and apologies for you that they won’t do anything if you don’t do something. If not changed soon enough, it would become an empty hole in their hearts that they both hated the most.