An Artist as a Singer

I was part of the school choir from kindergarten until 7th grade. I cannot think of my early education, and middle school without memories of Choir. I can still remember some of my performances very vividly, all the morning assemblies in which we would always sing the national anthem and all the art functions at […]

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Multilingualism

I grew up learning English from my very first day of school alongside Urdu, which is my native language. Moreover, in Pakistan each of the provinces is accustomed to their own language as well, apart from Urdu being the official national language. My provincial language is Punjabi. In Pakistan, the daily use of these three […]

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Explain and Give reason for how did the use of technology influenced the warfare in World War One?

During the World War One, various new technology was made to make the war much easier. Some Of the inventions were seemingly helpful, but, some of the new invention mostly backfired because of the low strategic techniques. Aviation was introduced in the World War One for the first time consisting of different type of aircrafts […]

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Media Reflection

The “Media Fair” was an exhibition event organised by the Grade 10 Teachers, Mr. Kew and Ms. Barbour. The event took place during the English class period on 8th June, 2016 at the Yokohama International School. At the event, the grade 10 students showcased the posters they had made on a variety of topics of their […]

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Ethics in Science

The Tuskegee Syphilis Study What’s the story? The Tuskegee Syphilis Study took place at the Tuskegee Institute  in Macon County, Alabama. The study was about Syphilis disease and experimented on the Negro Male between the years 1932 and 1972. 600 hundred men participated in the study. 399 people in the group who had syphilis were […]

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