There are 5 values which leave a mark of a very distinctive person.
5. Sense of Belonging
To be a worthy person these are the values which make a person scores distinction in his or her life!
Value 1: Determination...
How we build strength in self to not U-turn with every setback (obstacle) external span. This strength built up with Value 2: Readiness...
Value 2: Readiness...
Tackles obstacle need accurate readiness from mind and physical. This readiness will arouse sense to know, investigate and understanding of each obstacle undergone so that solutions successfully shaped. Nevertheless to form solutions are siding with we need Value 3: Willingness...
Value 3: Willingness...
Solutions for each obstacle having value of sacrifice which need we go through with accept and prepared. When we prepared to meet and know whatever necessary sacrifice to achieve solutions for obstacle undergone then Value 4: Acceptance plays important role.
Value 4 : Acceptance...
Acceptance on things that must sacrifice to seek solutions on obstacle faced would facilitate mind and physical we form readiness facing obstacle faced. To get state as such we must aware of where us be and what we want so that Value 5: Sense of Belonging can be shaped in ourselves..
Value 5: Sense of Belonging...
Form value own and owned will make mind and become physical stronger and steady. This Value will be formed when we can make Value 1 until Value 4. This process will reinforce ourselves to get support and further build network in life which comprises from friend and family member. This Value also would put us in safe zone for us tackles obstacle undergone.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
There are 5 values which leave a mark of a very distinctive person.
Posted by ipin at 8:47 PM
Saturday, February 20, 2010
So bored at my mother village...
and i was do my homework...
i hope my next holiday will be the best holiday...
i don't want went to my mother's village anymore!!!!
tomorrow i will start my school..
i will meet my friend again..
Posted by ipin at 11:42 PM
Book...i don't like it...it is so hard to me want to reading....
But i like comics..such as naruto,detective conan and all about cartoon...
i was reading my homework book such as physics and addmath..so crazy!!i don't like it!!!but i force to do it...thats my interesting reading
Posted by ipin at 11:37 PM
Happy Chinese New Year!!Im so sorry teacher about this..i can't create my daily log for your homework because my house do not have a computer.Moreover,my house and cyber cafe is so far for me..the bus not come into my village and it hard to me to come the cyber cafe...Onemore,i don't have any money...The next problem is my father was took me to my mother village...im really bored at there...no friend!no cyber cafe!no handset!my life for five days there was scared..i just do my homework except teacher homework and help my grandfather at his oilpalm farm..im so thought right now...i hope teacher will understand my situation..i want do your homework but my situation was block me to do it,....i hope your forgiveness!!
Posted by ipin at 11:21 PM
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
have done @ plan to do
3.Interesting Reading List
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Posted by ipin at 4:52 PM
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
This is one of twelve "Classic Spirals", from the established series for reluctant readers with a track record of over 25 years. It features dynamic plots and storylines, which encourage readers to pick them up again and again. It includes engaging themes without being immature or patronising and attractive cover designs in new paperback style binding are designed to motivate pupils. Short but substantial chapters are provided to give a sense of achievement in reading whole texts. Clearly laid out text, without illustrations and activities, encourages focus on reading and enables low achievers to improve at their own pace.
taken from here
Posted by ipin at 7:58 PM
Monday, February 8, 2010
Plot: Plot is the serial arrangement of incidents, ideas or events. In literature, the plot encompasses all the incidents and provides aesthetic pleasure. The story of the novel progresses through various plots and conflicts. Plots of dramas are divided into "Acts" and "Scenes". Drama has five essential parts. These are:
*Introduction of the story where the characters and setting are introduced
Character: Character plays a pivotal role in a drama, novel, short story and all kinds of narratives. In drama, character reflects the personality of the protagonist and other related characters. The method of conveying information about characters in art is called characterization. Characters can be fictional or based on real, historical entities. It can be human, supernatural, mythical, divine, animal or personifications of an abstraction. There are round characters, flat characters, stereotypical stock characters, etc. In Marlowe’s drama "The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus", Faustus is the main character of the play.
Setting: It refers to geographical location of the story, time period, daily lifestyle of the characters and climate of the story. In a novel, the setting plays an important role. In short stories, sometimes it plays an important role, while for others it is not. Settings of literary forms have been changing according to theme of the literary piece, for example, Shakespeare’s tragedies and comedies have the setting of palaces, castles whereas modern and post-modern dramas have setting of houses of common people. There were supernatural elements in earlier literature and nowadays absurdity rules the literature. Setting can take place in a house, school, castle, forest, hospital or anywhere that the writers want to extend their scenes.
Theme: Theme is another prime element of literature, which contains the central idea of all literary forms such as a novel, drama and short story. It reflects innocence, experience, life, death, reality, fate, madness, sanity, love, society, individual, etc. Thus, it reflects the society as a whole, for example, the theme of Hardy’s novel "The Mayor of Casterbridge" reflects the role of fate in our life. Likewise, in a drama, theme represents the brief idea of the drama.
Structure: Structure is another important element of a drama, novel or short story. In dramas, there are plots and subplots. These also are divided into acts and scenes. Here the contrasting subplots give the main plot an additional perspective. Likewise, novels have different chapters and scenes.
Point of view: Point of view is another element of the narrative, through which a writer tells the story. Authors use first-person point of view or third-person point of view. First-person point of view indicates that the main character is telling the story, whereas the third-person point of view directs that the narrator is telling the story. A novel can be written in the first-person narrative, third-person narrative, omniscient point of view, limited omniscient point of view, stream of consciousness and objective point of view. These points of view play an important role in the distinct structure of the story or a play.
Conflict: Be it a short story, drama or novel, conflict is the essential element of all these literary forms. A plot becomes interesting and intriguing when it has its share of inbuilt conflict and twists. Conflict can be internal conflict or external. It can take place between two men, between the character and his psychology, between the character and circumstances or between character and society.
Use of language or diction: Diction is another essential element of drama. A playwright exhibits the thoughts of characters through dialogue. "Dialogue" has come from the Greek word "dialogosa" which means "conversation". Shakespeare used this to portray the thoughts, emotions and feelings of the character. This also provides clues to their background and personalities. Diction also helps in advancing the plot. Greek philosophers like Aristotle used dialogue as the best way to instruct their students.
Foreshadowing: Foreshadowing is another important element of literature that is applied as hints or clues to suggest what will happen later in the story. It creates suspense and encourages the reader to go on and find out more about the event that is being foreshadowed. Foreshadowing is used to make a narrative more authentic.
taken from here
Posted by ipin at 4:33 PM