How did the Industrial Revolution changed the world?













The industrial revolution change the world in a lot of ways. One of the ways that the industrial revolution change the world is by people inventing a very good and useful machines. They start inventing things slowly and people by people start to try and improve the things. For example, back then, they use to have no machine, and one people start to invent machines and people improve them to make everything easier and better to use in life. Until now, people are still trying to improve machines and make a lot of machines better than what they have before.

What Caused the Industrial Revolution?

The cause of industrial revolution is, people took a very long time to create or do something. Agricultural production is the most important because from that, people could be fed and eat and stay healthy. People could eat fresh vegetables from the crops. Then, more people could work at the new city that was run by Arkwright because they all have enough energy to work and could survive longer. If they could work longer, more invention could be created and their life could get easier.

Rod Puppet Show Reflection

In Drama I learned about puppetry and I did a puppet show in a group. We need to plan out the script and the scene. We also need to make our own puppet using some materials. Our group chose a legend story that was originally from Japan. It is called the legend of monkey and the crab. In the puppet show we need show the moral of the story and use a different tone of voices.

Here is how my puppet looks like. I put on three chopstick at the back of the puppet, to make it long so that it easier for me to hold while I was talking. (I took off the chopstick after the presentation because it was a little bit long.)

I interest the audience by changing the intonation of my voice since I am the narrator. While I am talking, I moved my character in a up and down to show an effect that the narrator is up on the cloud.

My best skill was using the intonation of my voice because from that, I could attract the audience attention because I don’t want them to get bored. I think i can improve on my pronunciation of the words because in some parts I got stucked and don’t know how to continue the words again.

I should improve on the movements of the character because while I was talking, I realise that the character starts to get unstable. I think I could improve on that by focusing a on what I am doing. I also could probably improve that by putting a marking point on where the character should always be.

Another group which was captivating was the Hubby Chubby Gus because their all of their puppets looks really cool and their story also is really good. They also show how the character would sound like and that makes it really good. They also have a lot of good and interesting props for their character.

The Legend of Mahsuri – Drama

Main Characters in this legend :
– Mahsuri
– Wan Darus
– Deraman
– Villagers

Plot points of the legend :

– Mahsuri was a really beautiful Malay woman in a village in Langkawi.
– She was married to a man called Wan Darus. He was a warrior.
– Wan Darus left the village for a war.
– Mahsuri was left and she was a friend to Deraman.
– People in that village always saw them together and don’t feel good about it because they know that Mahsuri is really beautiful.
– People were making up rumours about things, especially the village’s chief’s wife , Wan Mahora.
– People in that village believed about those rumours and they decided to killed Mahsuri.
– They tide Mahsuri to a pole and start to stab her with a “keris”.
– She pleaded her innocence, but the villagers does not believed her.
– They keep on stabbing Mahsuri with the “keris” but she was still alive.
– Then, Mahsuri said that the only thing that will work to kill her is her families “keris”
– The villagers stabbed her with that keris and white blood starting to come out of her body which shows her innocence.
– The villagers were shocked and regret on what they did.
– Mahsuri cursed the people until the seventh generations.
– When Wan Darus came back, he was so surprised that her wife was dead.
– Wan Darus decided to leave Langkawi with his families.

– The End –

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DIY TV SHOW – Reflection

7A Drama: DIY TV Program01 from YIS Arts on Vimeo.

In drama we learned how to show a DIY TV programme.

Here’s is the plan that we did.

In that video I think we both did a good job. We showed the steps on how to the Tie- Dye shirt clearly. I give out the instructions loud and clear and also we give some tips, history and where to buy the dye. That makes it easier for anyone who are interested in doing the the shirt. We also showed how to make that shirt step by step. That is makes it easier for people to catch up what we were showing. We were also going through the process slowly. We also talk loud and clearly. We showed some eye contact to the audience so that we could attract their attention and make the topic that we were talking interesting. It is also something that is fun to do with your friends and even family. We chose this topic because we thought that teenagers would like to do their own Tie Dye shirt.

One thing that I think I did good was showing the steps clearly.

One thing that I could improve on, would be my eye contact. When I look back at the video, I find out that sometimes I look down at the table, and not always looking at the audience.

Speech Reflection

7A Drama: Speech01 from YIS Arts on Vimeo.

In drama we learned about speech. We need to choose a topic for a speech. The topic that I chose was fashion. We need to plan out our speech on a document.

In my speech I think that I need to slow down my pace because to me I think that I talk to fast. I think for the volume and the pitch of my voice, I did good because I speak out loud and easy to listen. For my posture, I stand up straight because during the speech we need to have a good posture so that we do not look lazy. For my gesture I sometimes do some movements showing the varieties of the thing that I am talking about. For the facial expression I look nervous. Maybe, I could work on my facial expression an try to control it. On the use of the palm card, I think that I sometimes look down at my palm card and not looking at the audience. However, I still did some eye contact to the audience. Eye contact to the audience is really important because that could make the audience interested into the topic that we are talking. For the structure of my speech, I think I did good because I make it organise on my plan sheet. When I transfer it to my plan card it looks organise and easy to read. For information, I include everything that I know and researched about fashion. I tell everything that know about fashion that possibly could tell to the audience in around 3 minutes. For my explanation, I explained it clearly so that the audience could understand what I am talking about. I include the history of fashion so that the audience could have more knowledge about fashion if they already know some.

My best skill was the information because I include everything that I know. I also tell about the parts of fashion and tells that fashion could be anything that looks stylish and something that you wear.

I should improve on my pace because I find out that I talk to fast and maybe some people would not catch up what I said.

Another speech which was captivating was :

7A Drama: Speech17 from YIS Arts on Vimeo.

It was captivating because she has a lot of really good information and she has a really good example of famous celebrities. Her speech is also easy to understand because she has a really good pace and volume of her voice while she was giving the speech.

Conflict Minerals

From my research, there are a lot of elements and compounds that are used in our school technology, YIS.  The elements that are used in the electronic devices such as computer, ipad are Tantalum (Ta), Tin (Sn), Tungsten (W) and Gold (Au). Tantalum is used to store electricity in your devices. Tin is used as the solder on circuit board. Tungsten is used to make your phone vibrate. Gold is used to coat the wiring and it is the most valuable metal inside every devices. Those are all minerals. Those minerals that are used are conflict minerals which means, minerals that are used and brings conflicts to the country. In this case those minerals are the easiest to get in Congo. So, the conflict minerals that i’m going to talk about is conflict minerals in Congo. They get those minerals by mining them. The mining is control and taxed by the Congo armies. The armies trade the minerals and buy guns, bombs and things like that and could create wars. That makes it conflict minerals. After the mining is done the minerals smuggled to the neighboring countries such as Rwanda and others. Then, it smuggled out of Africa and go all the way to Asia. In Asia, those minerals are combined with other minerals making the minerals from Congo hard to be traded. Then all the minerals are sent to the company such as Apple, Samsung and others to make the electric devices that we used here in YIS. The mining process is done by the people in Congo. The issue is the safety. The reason why safety is an issue is because mining could leaves destruction such as land destruction and that is dangerous for people. Land destruction is bad because than the land would be unstable and could cause a lot of bad things. The other reason on why this is a safety issue is because the mining process is also sometimes done by kids at a young age. That would be really dangerous for them because mining requires a lot of hard work. I recommend to the school to raise awareness to Congo. For example, donate them money or maybe give them some help that we could possibly give. Let us all raise awareness, let us all help Congo.

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