Minggu, 19 Februari 2017

Nature Nowadays



Nature Nowadays

Nature is our home where we can live with it, learn from it, get benefit from it, have impacts from it, and we can socialize with it, it’s a place where we can get experiences, inspirations, and motivations. And actually we, human beings, are part of nature.  Nature has given us everything we need such as oxygen, vegetables, animals, trees, fruits, soil, and many more things to live, actually nature gives us things that can make our life in peace, happy, relax, and love life.

And after so many things that nature always give to us, human beings, to live, what have we done for nature? Is nature nowadays better than nature in the past? Actually nature will always depends to us, human beings who can care to it and also can break it. There are not all human beings who have intention and plan to protect  our nature, and it’s  not a few of them too who do not care to nature. fortunately nature now still have human beings who care to it, and protect it, that human beings are aware that nature is our home, it’s not only home for us, but also for our next generation, do we want our next generation, our child, live in a bad nature, broken nature? So after all this things that nature has given to us, let’s care to nature, let’s try to not break it, and let’s protect it.

Nature nowadays has gotten many problems, it’s not as good as nature in the past. There are many technologies which give negative impact to nature, such as many bad waste from many factory give bad impacts for nature. There are also so many trash from human beings that hard to asunder. And I think we must create many manufactures that won’t  break the nature. Actually we can create many good manufacture like biofuel to replace fuels which has bad impacts for nature, bioplastic which can replace plastic with bad impacts to nature, and many more good manufacture, many more good technologies, that we can create that won’t make bad impacts for nature.

Nature will always be our home in peace, happy, and love. Actually just our little action to just reduce, reuse, and recycle the trash, it can make our future nature better and not broken.

Minggu, 08 Januari 2017

Things I did in my Holiday

Things I did in my Holiday

Aloha guyss ^,^
welcome back!!
As you see from the tittle, now I want to share with you about what I did in my last holiday, let's check it out!
I was not doing something interesting , actually . I was doing things that I usually do. And the good thing wich I did in the last holiday is organize my room. I organized my cupboard, my learn desk, my computer desk, and I wash my bag too. I watched some movies too with my brother and my cousin. I was going to buy some school supplies, some food, actually there are many fast food or instant food that I bought and ate. For your information that the sad thing is I was not going anywhere like many people do when holiday, but I was going to just near place for bought stuff which I like. in my holiday I watched many youtube videos, played some games, check my social media, watched tv, and did many more things which wasn't productive again.

but... I still happy with what I was doing, because in last holiday I have quality time with my family, more laugh with them, and for me that just something which can't bought by anything.

I want more holiday !
But okay, school is worth it

When holiday, I didn't miss school like maybe some people miss it.
Okaaay, I thing that's it what I did in last holiday, my holiday isn't a special holiday but I do like it . Sorry for not inspire you . Baaaaiiiiiiiiii..............................
 hmm ya... I want to share what youtube videos which I watch, but... I just share the channel okay. Let's check these channel guys , and enjoy watch them

https://www.youtube.com/user/Macbarbie07  this is Bethany Mota's channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/mylifeaseva this is Eva's channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/StilaBabe09 this is Meredith's channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/nikiandgabibeauty this is Niki and Gabi, their channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/macbby11 this is Alisha Marie's channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/LaurDIY this is Lauren's channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/alexxwassabi this is Alex Wasabi's channel
https://www.youtube.com/user/MrBrent98 this is Brent Rivera's channel
Hasil gambar untuk bethany mota channel
and many related channel to them that you can find it by yourself . Oh ya in their channel there are many diy, expectation vs reality, some routine videos like their morning routine, oh yaa in Brent's channel there are many funny videos that will entertain you if you watch it yaa..

okay, bye!
Don't forget to see my other blog ^,^

Minggu, 30 Oktober 2016

Biography of The Woman Who Bring Light in The Dark

Biography of Helen Keller

Hello Good People !!
Welcome back to my blog !!  ^.^ 
Did anyone have ever see and read all my blog?? I think Mrs.Wiwin has haha ^.^
Okaay forget it. Now what I wanna share with you is the biography and life story of the woman who bring light in the dark. She is the woman, one of the strongest women in the world and the world now  very proud of her. Let's begin the story...........
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Early Life

 Helen Adams Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Helen Keller was the first of two daughters born to Arthur H. Keller and Katherine Adams Keller. She also had two older stepbrothers. Keller's father had proudly served as an officer in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. The family was not particularly wealthy and earned income from their cotton plantation. Later, Arthur became the editor of a weekly local newspaper, the North Alabamian.

Keller was born with her senses of sight and hearing, and started speaking when she was just 6 months old. She started walking at the age of 1.
 

Loss of Sight and Hearing

In 1882, however, Keller contracted an illness—called "brain fever" by the family doctor—that produced a high body temperature. The true nature of the illness remains a mystery today, though some experts believe it might have been scarlet fever or meningitis. Within a few days after the fever broke, Keller's mother noticed that her daughter didn't show any reaction when the dinner bell was rung, or when a hand was waved in front of her face. Keller had lost both her sight and hearing. She was just 19 months old.

As Keller grew into childhood, she developed a limited method of communication with her companion, Martha Washington, the young daughter of the family cook. The two had created a type of sign language, and by the time Keller was 7, they had invented more than 60 signs to communicate with each other. But Keller had become very wild and unruly during this time. She would kick and scream when angry, and giggle uncontrollably when happy. She tormented Martha and inflicted raging tantrums on her parents. Many family relatives felt she should be institutionalized.

Educator Anne Sullivan

Looking for answers and inspiration, in 1886, Keller's mother came across a travelogue by Charles Dickens, American Notes. She read of the successful education of another deaf and blind child, Laura Bridgman, and soon dispatched Keller and her father to Baltimore, Maryland to see specialist Dr. J. Julian Chisolm. After examining Keller, Chisolm recommended that she see Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, who was working with deaf children at the time. Bell met with Keller and her parents, and suggested that they travel to the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston, Massachusetts. There, the family met with the school's director, Michael Anaganos. He suggested Helen work with one of the institute's most recent graduates, Anne Sullivan. And so began a 49-year relationship between teacher and pupil.
On March 3, 1887, Sullivan went to Keller's home in Alabama and immediately went to work. She began by teaching six year-old Helen finger spelling, starting with the word "doll," to help Keller understand the gift of a doll she had brought along. Other words would follow. At first, Keller was curious, then defiant, refusing to cooperate with Sullivan's instruction. When Keller did cooperate, Sullivan could tell that she wasn't making the connection between the objects and the letters spelled out in her hand. Sullivan kept working at it, forcing Helen to go through the regimen.
As Keller's frustration grew, the tantrums increased. Finally, Sullivan demanded that she and Keller be isolated from the rest of the family for a time, so that Keller could concentrate only on Sullivan's instruction. They moved to a cottage on the plantation.
In a dramatic struggle, Sullivan taught Keller the word "water"; she helped her make the connection between the object and the letters by taking Keller out to the water pump, and placing Keller's hand under the spout. While Sullivan moved the lever to flush cool water over Keller's hand, she spelled out the word w-a-t-e-r on Helen's other hand. Keller understood and repeated the word in Sullivan's hand. She then pounded the ground, demanding to know its "letter name." Sullivan followed her, spelling out the word into her hand. Keller moved to other objects with Sullivan in tow. By nightfall, she had learned 30 words.

A Formal Education

In 1890, Keller began speech classes at the Horace Mann School for the Deaf in Boston. She would toil for 25 years to learn to speak so that others could understand her. From 1894 to 1896, she attended the Wright-Humason School for the Deaf in New York City. There, she worked on improving her communication skills and studied regular academic subjects.
Around this time, Keller became determined to attend college. In 1896, she attended the Cambridge School for Young Ladies, a preparatory school for women. As her story became known to the general public, Keller began to meet famous and influential people. One of them was the writer Mark Twain, who was very impressed with her. They became friends. Twain introduced her to his friend Henry H. Rogers, a Standard Oil executive. Rogers was so impressed with Keller's talent, drive and determination that he agreed to pay for her to attend Radcliffe College. There, she was accompanied by Sullivan, who sat by her side to interpret lectures and texts.
By this time, Keller had mastered several methods of communication, including touch-lip reading, Braille, speech, typing and finger-spelling. With the help of Sullivan and Sullivan's future husband, John Macy, Keller wrote her first book, The Story of My Life. It covered her transformation from childhood to 21-year-old college student. Keller graduated, cum laude, from Radcliffe in 1904, at the age of 24.
In 1905, Sullivan married John Macy, an instructor at Harvard University, a social critic and a prominent socialist. After the marriage, Sullivan continued to be Keller's guide and mentor. When Keller went to live with the Macys, they both initially gave Keller their undivided attention. Gradually, however, Anne and John became distant to each other, as Anne's devotion to Keller continued unabated. After several years, they separated, though were never divorced.

Social Activism

After college, Keller set out to learn more about the world and how she could help improve the lives of others. News of her story spread beyond Massachusetts and New England. She became a well-known celebrity and lecturer by sharing her experiences with audiences, and working on behalf of others living with disabilities. Throughout the first half of the 20th century, Keller tackled social and political issues, including women's suffrage, pacifism and birth control. She testified before Congress, strongly advocating to improve the welfare of blind people. In 1915, along with renowned city planner George Kessler, she co-founded Helen Keller International to combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition. In 1920, she helped found the American Civil Liberties Union.
When the American Federation for the Blind was established in 1921, Keller had an effective national outlet for her efforts. She became a member in 1924, and participated in many campaigns to raise awareness, money and support for the blind. She also joined other organizations dedicated to helping those less fortunate, including the Permanent Blind War Relief Fund (later called the American Braille Press).
Soon after she graduated from college, Keller became a member of the Socialist Party, most likely due in part to her friendship with John Macy. Between 1909 and 1921, she wrote several articles about socialism and supported Eugene Debs, a Socialist Party presidential candidate. Her series of essays on socialism, entitled "Out of the Dark," described her views on socialism and world affairs.
It was during this time that Keller first experienced public prejudice about her disabilities. For most of her life, the press had been overwhelmingly supportive of her, praising her courage and intelligence. But after she expressed her socialist views, some criticized her by calling attention to her disabilities. One newspaper, the Brooklyn Eagle, wrote that her "mistakes sprung out of the manifest limitations of her development."

Work and Influence

In 1936, Keller's beloved teacher and devoted companion, Anne Sullivan, died. She had experienced health problems for several years and, in 1932, lost her eyesight completely. A young woman named Polly Thomson, who had begun working as a secretary for Keller and Sullivan in 1914, became Keller's constant companion upon Sullivan's death.
In 1946, Keller was appointed counselor of international relations for the American Foundation of Overseas Blind. Between 1946 and 1957, she traveled to 35 countries on five continents. In 1955, at age 75, Keller embarked on the longest and most grueling trip of her life: a 40,000-mile, five-month trek across Asia. Through her many speeches and appearances, she brought inspiration and encouragement to millions of people.
Keller's autobiography, The Story of My Life, was used as the basis for 1957 television drama The Miracle Worker. In 1959, the story was developed into a Broadway play of the same title, starring Patty Duke as Keller and Anne Bancroft as Sullivan. The two actresses also performed those roles in the 1962 award-winning film version of the play.

Death and Legacy

Keller suffered a series of strokes in 1961, and spent the remaining years of her life at her home in Connecticut. During her lifetime, she received many honors in recognition of her accomplishments, including the Theodore Roosevelt Distinguished Service Medal in 1936, the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1964, and election to the Women's Hall of Fame in 1965. She also received honorary doctoral degrees from Temple University and Harvard University and from the universities of Glasgow, Scotland; Berlin, Germany; Delhi, India; and Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. Additionally, she was named an Honorary Fellow of the Educational Institute of Scotland.
Keller died in her sleep on June 1, 1968, just a few weeks before her 88th birthday. During her remarkable life, Keller stood as a powerful example of how determination, hard work, and imagination can allow an individual to triumph over adversity. By overcoming difficult conditions with a great deal of persistence, she grew into a respected and world-renowned activist who labored for the betterment of others.

Source :  http://www.biography.com/people/helen-keller-9361967#death-and-legacy

So that was the life story of Helen Keller, one of the most inspired women in the world ^.^
Thank you... I hope this biography can inspire you
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See my next blog !! ^.^

Minggu, 23 Oktober 2016

Question and Answer

Question and Answer from Descriptive Text 

Hello and welcome back to my blog!!
In this blog I wanna make question and answer from the descriptive text. And the descriptive text is from my previous blog, if you wanna see, check this link!! http://qorijayanti.blogspot.co.id/2016/09/beauty-of-indonesia.html  . So this is the text....

Lengkuas Island 
#The Beauty of Indonesia
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 Lengkuas is an island off the shore of Tanjung Kelayang beach and located north of Tanjung Binga village, at Sijuk sub-district, Belitung Regency. This is one of island among hundreds islands that surround Belitung Island.The main attraction in the island is an old lighthouse built by Dutch colonial government in 1882. The good thing is the lighthouse still work to guide traffic of ship that through or in and out of Belitung Island. The lighthouse has 12 floors with a window in every floor giving those climbing a chance to rest and enjoy varied and beautiful scenes from within the lighthouse.

Besides the beautiful scenery from the lighthouse, many people come here to dive, enjoy the coral reefs, and eat grilled fish accompanied by coconut juice There are only 3 persons who live in Lengkuas Island and they work as operator of the lighthouse. They are so friendly to visitors. After you satisfied to see wonderful scenery from above, then you can come down to relax and feel the atmosphere of the beach.
Actually, there is no guesthouse or motel in Lengkuas Island. If you want to spend your time longer, you can look guesthouse around Tanjung Kelayang. You have to take a boat for 20 minutes. But, if you want to feel something challenging, you can build a camp there. Just prepare your equipment first before you come. First of all, you need to ask permission to the lighthouse officer.

Between Lengkuas Island and fishery pier in the Tanjung Binga, there is an island named Burung Island. Along your journey to Lengkuas Island, you will through its island which is has wider size, white sandy on southern side and granite rocks on northern side. Usually, visitors would stop there for a while during their trip home from Lengkuas to Tanjung Binga. The main attraction is granite rock that has shape resembles to a bird, and that is why people recognize this island as Burung Island.
However, there is no guesthouse or motel in Lengkuas Island. If you want to spend your time longer, you can look for guesthouse around Tanjung Kelayang. You have to take a boat for 20 minutes. But, if you want to feel something challenging, you can build a camp there. Just prepare your equipment first before you come. First of all, you need to ask permission to the lighthouse officer.

How to get there :
To reach Lengkuas Island you can rent a boat available at several beaches in Belitung such as at Tanjung Kelayang, Tanjung Binga, or Tanjung Tinggi.
From Tanjung Kelayang the boat trip will take approximately 20 minutes, while from Tanjung Binga or Tanjung Tinggi it will take about 30-45 minutes. Along the way you’ll be presented with fascinating sceneries of several small islands off the coast of Belitung.
The rate for the boat range between IDR350,000 to IDR500,00. As boats have a capacity of up to 10 persons, it is wise to share the boat with others to reduce costs.
So now this is the question and answer from the text
 1)What is Lengkuas from the text?
      A. Sea
      B. Ocean
      C. Beach
      D. Shore
      E. Island 
Answer: E
2)Where is the island located?
      A. In the Atlantic Ocean, south-west of Spain and north-west of Africa
      B. In north of Tanjung Binga village, at Sijuk sub-district, Belitung Regency
      C. On the North Atlantic and off the east coast of North America
      D. In the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar
      E. In the Southern Caribbean Sea
Answer: B
3) What is the main attraction in the island?
       A. The lighthouse that built by Dutch colonial government
       B. The beautiful coral reefs
       C. The beautiful scenery
       D. Grilled fish accompanied by coconut juice
       E.  The guesthouse around Tanjung Kelayang
Answer: A
4) What is the function of the text?
       A. To retells events or experiences in the past
       B. To entertain the readers
                 C. To describe and reveal a particular place
       D. To tell past events
       E.  To presents information about something
Anwer: C
5) They are so friendly to visitors ( Paragraph 3) The underlined word refers to ....
       A. The people in Lengkuas Island
                 B. The people in Tanjung Binga
       C. The operators of the lighthouse
       D. The fisherman in Lengkuas Island
       E. The people in Belitung
Answer: C
6) The following statement is true according to the text, except...
       A. The lighthouse has 12 floors with a window in every floor
       B. There is no guesthouse around Tanjung Kelayang
       C. From Tanjung Binga it will take about 30-45 minutes to reach Lengkuas Island 
       D. Tanjung Kelayang beach located in north of Tanjung Binga village
       E. The operators of the lighthouse are so friendly to visitors
Answer : B

Thank you and see my next blog!! 

Minggu, 09 Oktober 2016

The Moral Value From Our Story

The Moral Value From Our Story

Hello good people all over the world ^-^
Welcome back to my blog!!

Today in English lesson in my school, we have an achievement to tell the story to our friends in a group. Then we have to write our moral value from our story in our blog. And now look at the bottom and see our moral value from our story!


  • Moral value from my story ( little red riding hood ) is we have to follow what our parents said to us and do not easily trust person that you don't know before.
  • Then from my friend asyilla, the story is about the security that met the ghost, the moral value is we have to be brave and don't talk ('dengan sompral' , I'm sorry for using this word... can you tell me what's 'sompral' in english hehe..).
  • For my friend qinthara, her story is sleeping beauty, and the moral value is we have to be kind to others.
  • For Alif's story(ramayana) the moral value is we have to not be greedy and don't be a vain person
  • For Bayu's story( the greedy dog) the moral value is we have to not be greedy, and don't be too stupid and foolish (I'm sorry using these bad words, because in the story of the greedy dog, the dog was stupid I think, so sorry :( )
If you wanna read , here I wanna share my story and my friends' story...
Come on read our story ...... ^-^
Hope it will entertain you hahaa .....

Okaaay this is the story which I told to my friends......
It is such a famous story to tell haha... but yaa I think they didn't know this story before, okay just read this story guys, maybe it'll entertain you.......
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
 One day, Little Red Riding Hood’s mother said to her, “Take this basket of goodies to your grandma’s cottage, but don’t talk to strangers on the way!” Promising not to, Little Red Riding Hood skipped off. On her way she met the Big Bad Wolf who asked, “Where are you going, little girl?” “To my grandma’s, Mr. Wolf!” she answered.
The Big Bad Wolf then ran to her grandmother’s cottage much before Little Red Riding Hood, and knocked on the door. When Grandma opened the door, he locked her up in the cupboard. The wicked wolf then wore Grandma’s clothes and lay on her bed, waiting for Little Red Riding Hood.
When Little Red Riding Hood reached the cottage, she entered and went to Grandma’s bedside. “My! What big eyes you have, Grandma!” she said in surprise. “All the better to see you with, my dear!” replied the wolf. “My! What big ears you have, Grandma!” said Little Red Riding Hood. “All the better to hear you with, my dear!” said the wolf. “What big teeth you have, Grandma!” said Little Red Riding Hood. “All the better to eat you with!” growled the wolf pouncing on her. Little Red Riding Hood screamed and the woodcutters in the forest came running to the cottage. They beat the Big Bad Wolf and rescued Grandma from the cupboard. Grandma hugged Little Red Riding Hood with joy. The Big Bad Wolf ran away never to be seen again. Little Red Riding Hood had learnt her lesson and never spoke to strangers ever again.
SOURCE: http://shortstoriesshort.com/story/little-red-riding-hood/
Guys.... Actually I wanna share the story about maleficent to my friends but the story is such a long story to tell but I like the story because it's like the original story or it's the real story of 'Aurora story or sleeping bauty storry'. It's okay.. do you know maleficent movie?? yaa if you wanna know the real story of sleeping beauty, I think this movie can tell you the real story's. Sleeping beauty such an old story but let me know how well you know about the story ....

I think that's all enough for my blog now ..
Guys actually I wanna say thank you so much for you all who read my blog, I hope I can motivate you in all my blog and together let us reach our dreams!! 
see yaaa ^-^







Minggu, 02 Oktober 2016

Make an Announcement

Making Announcement!!

Hello Good People!!
Welcome back to Qori's blog!!

Now, I have assignment from my teacher to make an announcement, and this is my announcement...
Let's check it out guys!!

Hello!Good morning! I am Qori, I am one of astronomy team members in SMAN 3 Bandung. I would like to announce you about the training for astronomy.
The training is held for all astronomy team in SMAN 3 Bandung. This training is held for preparing our astronomy team that will follow astronomy competition in LAPAN next month. This training will held on Saturday, October 8th 2016, from 10am to 12am, at Chemistry Laboratory in SMAN 3 Bandung. Don't forget to bring your astronomy books, pen, papers, and marker.
Thank you for your participation!
Okaaay that's all my announcement, I'm sorry if this announcement is so bad.
And......... Thank you so much for reading my blog...... See yaaa in my next blog!!

This is link for my announcement video https://youtu.be/zzSvWWaE4y8
~this video was taken by my friend, Maisa, thank you hehee

Minggu, 25 September 2016

My fiend's Story

Hanny's Unforgettable Moment
HI GUYSS!! 
Welcome back to Qori's blog!!
Here I wanna share about my friend's unforgettable experience, Let's check it out!!
Five years ago......
Hanny went to Disney Land in Tokyo with her friends.And you know what?? That day was her birthday!! In the Disney Land She said to one staff that that day was her birthday. And then the staff gave her a sicker , and with that sticker everyone who saw that sticker would congratulated her on her birthday. It was really cool and unique experience.... And yaaa exactly it was unforgettable moment!!
Hasil gambar untuk disneyland tokyo birthday sticker
 She felt very happy in that day. And I think she was so lucky. Her experience is so unique, because just a few people I think who lucky like her. I hope I can having birthday in Disney Land too (soon),like her. Aaamiiin. 

Okay Guys...  I think that's enough for my friend's unforgettable experience.. ^-^
Thank you for coming to my blogg... I hope you enjoy my blog... And read this blog happily :)