Senin, 27 Maret 2017

Dewa Athena


Dewa Athena is one of an event from OSIS SMAN 3 Bandung, which held on


1. Soccer


Minggu, 12 Maret 2017

Cross Word



Across:
1.       Sound of cats
3.       Synonym of bring
5.       Someone who can be trusted
7.       Shining in the night
9.       Take something that is not yours
11.   Happiness
13.   The most important person in the government
15.   The name of snack
17.   Running to get something
18.   Full of spirit
19.   The antonym of me

Down:
1.       We often watch in cinema
2.       To shake tremulously
4.       Movie about action on 2013
6.       Pollinate the crops
8.       Cowboy always do that thing
10.   I say NO
12.   A supporter of the principle of having monarchs
14.   I feel .... to someone who blame because of me
16.   The uses of GPS 
17. Five minus five

Sarah Camela Fadlillah
Zahrina Dianati Syahidah

Compliment Letter

I hope this letter finds you in the best of health and spirits. Thank you for accepting my invitation and attending my birthday party. I hope that you enjoyed the party and had a good time with our friends and my family members.

I am writing this letter to thank you for the beautiful give you have given to me. I became very delighted getting book of my favourite author, phone black case, and the cheese cake. You know I already wanted to  buy this book and this case. As I did not have a phone case, I was planning to buy one. I have had a lot of presents on that day, but I think your present is the second greatest give after my parent presents. I think that your present is loveliest. I think that your present is not just a present, rather it is a symbol of your love for me.

The taste of the cheese cake was so delicious. The case sent by you is really beautiful and has been admired by me. It will make my phone protect, and now I will not worry about my phone to get scratch. It will always remind me of your love for me. Once again, thank you for sending me the most cherished present on my birthday.


Minggu, 19 Februari 2017

Learning From Nature

Nature is a part of this material world. Though it surround human kind, it is regarded as apart of human activities. As we know, nature gives us lots thing we cant count, such as pollination, releasing oxygen, providing water, every single thing nature provides us, it seems to be gifts god grants for all of us.

Trees are absolutely important to all human beings. They play important role to circulate oxygen. If they disappear, there will be no more oxygen we can breath. Then consequently, there will not be "life". Trees generate oxygen by doing photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is a process involving plants, and some bacteria. It uses the energy of sunlight to produce glucose and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water.

Glucose it self can be used for food. The food that which we eat are made by nature. Includes vegetables ad fruits. Nature also provide water which is the second primary thing that huma need. We drink water, we take a bath by using water, we wash our clothes, dishes, shoes, and so on by using water as well. Besides, we need water to defecate. Imagine the world without water, trees, and oxygen!!! It would be disaster.

We should and must look after for nature, and concern of the importance of nture condition right now. Actually, there are many benefits if we care to nature. Such as, sharpens our senses, release our worry and stress, stimulates our imagination, sources of our inspirations, anx many more. How can  we reciprocate to nature? Here, I will suggest you to reciprocate to nature. First, I will give you the with an easy start. Grow a local plants or a local trees. That is such an easy way. After you grow your plant, dont forget to treat it as well as treat our parents. Second, go for a walk and visit a waste dump. In this way, we can realize how terrible the condition of naturen That is super easy

Minggu, 15 Januari 2017

Holiday Trip in yogyakarta

Last New Year's Eve, my family joined some other families on a fishing trip at Yogyakarta harbor to welcome the New Year. We went fishing so we could stay up late.

On our way to the harbor, we bought some beef mince at the butcher's. We use the mince as bait. My parent's friends brought the fishing rod for us to use. When we got to the harbor, some families were already there. We were a bit late because we tried to find our way to rhe harbor and got a bit lost. We started a fishing competition. We agreed that whoever got the most fish would keep all the fish caught that night. Apparently, no one caught any big fish. We caught mostly small yellowtail fish. After fishing for nearly three hours, my mom got the most fish. All the participants gave all their fish to us. We came to the villa with a bucketful of fish. It was no bad at all.

The next morning, we enjoyed some fresh fried yellowtail fish with steamed rice for breakfast. That was very special because we had never had fried yellowtail fish for breakfast before


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At the beach

Me and my family were on holiday at Indrayanti's beach. Luckily, my paren's friend had a nice villa near the beach. So, we could stay along in there... Me and my father walked along the seashore. We saw that the tide was low. My mother and my sister was lying on the beach reading a novel and listening to the music.

I asked my father, "Dad, can you tell me what time the tide will be high?" "Oh, sure honey. With simple arithmetic, we can estimate when the tide will be high or low. But, look! Who is that?" "I think that's Mr. Priyadi and his son, Ditto." Me and my father walked down to the edge of the water towards Mr. Priyadi and his son. Mr. Priyadi stood up straight. Ditto was digging the sand with a small plastic spade. He was looking for clams. They were also having a holiday at Indrayanti's beach.

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At the Mountain

Me and my family took a camping trip to the Merapi's mountains. We went hiking and cycling every morning.

At the night, we usually built a fire. I had to keep the fire burning. We could sut around and sing until midnight. One night, while my sister was telling us a ghost story, we heard a strange sound. We came out to see what it was. We saw a wild boar eating our food supplies. The boar ran away and dissapeared into the wood. We laughed to think that the boar was afraid of us

On the last day of my holiday in Yogya. My sister, Delicia, tripped on a hidden log and hurt her feet. We took her to the nearest hospital. The doctor said that the injury wasn't too bad. She just had to go to the doctor for more theraphy in a couple of days. We went home happily with a little bit sad


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P.S.
Im sorry if I write it separately
I will upload my photos later







Rabu, 09 November 2016

Martjin Gerrard Garritsen



Martin Garrix is a very famous Dutch DJ as well as producer. He is mainly known for the track Animals which was successful in securing place in a Top 10 hit in more than 10 countries. In Belgium and the United Kingdom it placed at number 1 and in Ireland it paced at number 3. His single Wizard was produced with Jay Hardway which became successful in numerous countries. He currently ranks at number 4.


Martin was born on 14 May 1996 in Amstelveen, Netherlands. His birth name is Martijin Garritsen. He started generating passion for music since he started playing guitar. After seeing DJ Tiesto playing at the Olympic Games in Athens, he had interest in becoming a DJ. He was inspired from the track “Traffic” and he also downloaded specialist software and started composing. He attended the Herman Brood Academy and have recently finished. Herman Brood Academy is a production school located in Utrecht. Martin uses GRX. He also have ghost written tracks for other artists.

He began his career by the song “BFAM” with Julian Jordan. He won SLAM! FM DJ Talent of the Year Award in 2012. He released his remix of “Your Body” on Christina Aguilera’s deluxe version of her album Lotus. 
He became famous through his own solo release “Animals”. His solo was released on June 16 2013 on Dutch record label Spinnin’ Records. His solo became hit in a number of charts in Europe and he became the quickest and youngest person to reach the No. 1 spot on Beatport. He became successful to list himself as a new entry at number 40 on top 100 DJ’s list 2013. In 2014 he was listed at number 4 on DJ mag’s top 100 list. He signed a deal with Scooter Braun’s Scooter Braun Projects in November 2013. With Jay Hardway, he released “Wizard” in December 2013. In Belgium the song has peaked to number 6 and in the Netherlands it peaked to number 17. 
Garrix also found time to perform and mix the world over, climbing as high as number one in DJ Magazine's Top 100 list 2016. After splitting with Spinnin' Records, Garrix launched his own STMPD RCRDS label, which he inaugurated with the single. Garritsen launched his own record label called STMPD RCRDS in the first quarter of 2016. On 11 March 2016, he released his first single via STMPD RCRDS titled "Now That I've Found You", featuring the vocals of John Martin and Michael Zitron.
On 20 February 2016, Garritsen announced that his debut album will be arriving this year via Twitter after the social media platform asked some of its content curators to use its new video platform to announce their plans for 2016. On 18 March 2016, he debuted a great part of his 2016 debut album at Ultra Music Festival, and chose to use his one-hour set to premiere ten new unreleased tracks, including collaborations with Jay Hardway, Julian Jordan, Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park, Ed Sheeran, Bebe Rexha and Third Party along with AREA21. On 27 May 2016, he released his second single "Lions In The Wild" with British DJ duo Third Party. He debuted many of these new songs live at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami. In July 2016, it was announced Garrix had inked a deal with Sony Music International.


1. What is the text about?
    A. The story behind Martin Garrix's success
    B. The life of Martin Garrix
    C. The people helping Martin Garrix's success
    D. The albums of Martin Garrix
    E. The rise and fall of Martin Garrix

2. What is the purpose of the text?
    A. To explain the process of becoming a successful DJ
    B. To persuade the reader to follow the Martin Garrix's attempt to succeed
    C. To describe who Martin Garrix is
    D. To amuse the reader by Martin Garrix's story
    E. To inform the journey Martin Garrix's success

3. What triggered Martin Garrix to be a DJ?
    A. He attended DJ school
    B. He saw DJ Tiesto's playing
    C. He wrote ghost track for artists
    D. He collaborated with Julian Jordan
    E. He signed contract with big company

4. ... he inked with Sony Music International. Inked is closest meaning to...
    A. Tattooed his body
    B. Scratched on the paper
    C. Signed contract
    D. Thicken a writting
    E. Traced on a paper

5. How did Martin music get recognized?
    A. By collaborating with musicians
    B. By teaching at DJ school
    C. By publishing his music in social media
    D. By letting others download his music freely
    E. By going overseas

Senin, 24 Oktober 2016

A Colurful Idea


On the first Friday in January 1991, Vanessa Hess sat in her seventh-grade science classroom at Stonybrook Junior High and heard her teacher, Mrs. Maurice Marchani, announce that each kid had to do a new project. They had to invent something. “There are only two ways you can avoid this,” Mrs. Marchani said. “You can die, or you can move.” As Mrs. Marchani continued, she made it clear that this was not a science-fair type project. “I never want to see another papier-mache volcano,” she said.
                Mrs. Marchani wanted to see original inventions. There must be any number of school across the United State where science teachers encourage students to be creative by saying, “Maybe someday you will grow up to be a famous inventor.” To Vanessa’s dismay, Mrs. Marchani had different advice. Why not try to become a famous inventor right now?
                In the Indianapolis area, Maurine Marchani has made a name for herself by inspiring her kids to become inventors. One of her students, Steve Prater, has been featured in national magazines. Twice, he won prizes in competition for his inventions. One invention was something called a Hand Stabilizer. A device that enabled a friend of his with cerebral palsy to hold a pencil and write responses on true or false or multiple-choice tests. It worked so well patented, the Hand Stabilizer and began developing it commercially. In his honor, the mayor of Indianapolis proclaimed August 23, 1989, Steve Prater Day.
                “But me?” Vanessa asked herself. Once, Mrs. Marchani had instructed her students to figure out ways a to drop an egg from the school roof without the egg breakings it landed. When the teacher, dressed in a bunny suit, tried Vanessa’s idea, the result weren’t so great. “Mine crushed,” says Vanessa.
                In spite of her doubts, however, this hesitant inventor had her idea after only a few weeks. In the classroom, Mrs. Marchani had said that when inventors hit upon a great idea, they sometimes shout a loud and victorious “Ah-hah!” But Vanessa? Her idea came as a soft “Hmmm…” It all started on the last weekend in January, when spring-like weather visited Indianapolis. The warm sunny day found Vanessa and her dad in the driveway, washing and waxing the family car.
                The maroon Olds gleamed as if new. But Vanessa noticed that each scratch in the paint showed up as a white mark, the white being wax left in the scratch. “You ought to cover these scratches,” she said. “Don’t know how to,” her father replied. “Unless I go to an autoparts store and get some touch-up paint. And even then, it may not match.”
“There ought to be a wax with color in it.”
“There isn’t one.”
“Why not?”
“I don’t know.”
And she had her idea. She stored it away inside her head and kept hoping a better one would come along. For a while, she thought of developing something to keep apples from turning brown after paring. But every Friday afternoon when Mrs. Marchani checked on her students’ progress, Vanessa shrugged and didn’t say much.
                As the February due date drew near, Vanessa realized she was running out of time. A few calls to auto-supply stores and a quick check through an auto magazine indicated that no one else seemed to have produced a colored car wax. So far, so good. Vanessa bought a blue Matchbox car and added blue food coloring to some car wax. She scratched up the toy car, then waxed the thing- and it worked!
                That Thursday night, with some encouragement from her mother, Vanessa printed up a posterboard and readied her display. “It wasn’t real nice,” she admits, “just a quick job.” The next day in the classroom she started uneasily at more attractive presentations. But, Mrs. Marchani, moving from student to student, had an eye for true ingenuity. When she poked her face over Vanessa’s shoulder, she started at the display for a moment, taking it in. then in a level tone she prophesied, “You are going to make money from this.”
                Vanessa’s colored car wax won first place in her classroom, and then swept the field in competition against inventions from other classes at Stonybrook. A panel of judges picked Vanessa’s project to represent Stonybrook in the annual contest sponsored by Invent America!, a  national organization that works with school to encourage young people to invent. Her display won that summer at the state level.
                That October, a newspaper article about Vanessa resulted in a phone call to the Hess home. An auto-products company had already been developing colored car wax with an industrial chemist-by coincidence, it was an Indianapolis firm.
                The annals of invention are strewn with better disputes between inventors claiming the same product. But this story has a happy ending. The owners of the auto-products company, two brothers named Dan and Don Huffman, were charmed by Vanessa’s story and decided to ask her to appear in an “infomercial” for Magic Shine, their colored car wax. Contracts were signed, and Vanessa and her mom were well paid to fly to California to help make a Magic Shine promotional movie that was later broadcast on TV all over the country.
                How did the young inventor like moviemaking? Vanessa ponders the days in Hollywood rehearsing and shooting and taking instructions from the British director. “It was kind a nice,” is all she says.
                The success of Vanessa Hess also belongs to her teacher. Maurine Marchani seems to provide classroom experiences that lead to creative thinking. In fact, entering Mrs. Marchani’s classroom is itself an experience. Visitor must find their way past a whole zoo of floppy sculptures that dangle from the wall. A live rabbit hops up and down the rows between the desks. A rabbit? “If you don’t pet her,” says Mrs. Marchani, “she eats your shoelaces.”
                The science teacher has a theory that junior high school kids need more physical attention than they admit. A kid who enters the school from a stressed-out home may need to have a rabbit on his lap the whole period. And she also believes that this is just the kind of place that encourage kids to risk having original thoughts. “In a setting that’s offbeat, its OK to make a mistake,” says Mrs. Marchani. “Kids are afraid of being foolish. If the teacher is sort of silly, then its OK for them. Its OK to risk.”
                She also notes that the students with the highest gradepoint averages aren’t always the best inventors. “I find that kids who do not do well on paper-and-pencil tests do wonderful things with ideas.” Some people view kid inventions as flukes. But, Maurine Marchani disagrees. “Nobody’s told seventh-graders they aren’t creative yet,” she says. To her mind, when it comes to inventing, twelve is the perfect age.

*An original story from Brainstorm! by Tom Tucker


1.    Where did Vanessa Hess study?
A.      Stonybrook Junior High School
B.      Lawrenceville School
C.      Riverdale Country School
D.     Hotchkiss School
E.      Middlesex School
2.    What is the first Vanessa’s idea?
A.      How to drop an egg from the school roof without the egg breakings it landed
B.      Papier mache volcano
C.      How to keep apples from turning brown after paring
D.     A colored car wax
E.      A hand stabilizer
3.    Who is Steve Prater?
A.      Founder of Hollywood
B.      Vanessa’s father
C.      Founder of Hand Stabilizer
D.     A guy who want advertised Vanessa’s invention
E.      Vanessa’s teacher
4.    When did the mayor of Indianapolis proclaim Steve Prater’s day?
A.      August 24, 1778
B.      August 23, 1989
C.      August 25, 1845
D.     August 12, 1665
E.      February 26, 2014
5.   “The science teacher has a theory that junior high school kids need more physical attention than they admit.” The underline word has the same meaning with…
A.      Knowledge
B.      Information
C.      Measurement
D.     Thesis
E.      Proof