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Saturday, January 20, 2007

I guess everyone is writing about the Secondary 3 CSS Asia Outdoor Pulau Ubin Camp. Since I've no topic to write on, it will just have to do.

The camp was fun.


Not quite. What is up with the school to give us the booklets to write what we have learn? We know what we learn and that is ENOUGH. But then again, aren't all schools like that?

School values ONLY. If you write other things which u have learn, you could be called up immediately in your respective class and questioned.
Also the way they phrase the questions are so dumb. Instead of asking "What have u learn in the activity?", they asked "What school values have you learn after completing this activity?"

Now since they ask these sort of questions, the way to answer them is simple.
Since they asked "what school values have you learn", one must first find out what is his/her school values.

(For your information, the question is a multiple-choice question, thus you should list all the possible answers out. I shall use my school as an example to show you what i mean.)

*Listing in progress*
Q3) What school values have you learn after completing the activity?

A) Warmth
B) Enterprising
C) Adventurous
D) Loyalty
E) Tenacity
F) Honour
( ~ )

After listing out, what you should do is think back of what activity you have done and find the actual meaning for each of the school values and eliminate out the wrong ones. Your answer will automatically derive from there. No? Take a look below.

Q3) What school values have you learn after completing the activity?

A) Warmth
B) Enterprising
C) Adventurous
D) Loyalty
E) Tenacity
F) Honour
( ~ )

Let the activity be rock climbing.
The sport or pastime of scaling rock masses on mountain sides *

A) Warmth
1) The quality or state of being warm; moderate or gentle heat.
2) Liveliness of feelings, emotions, or sympathies; ardor or fervor; enthusiasm or zeal.
3) The quality of being intimate and attached. (No)

B) Enterprising
1) Showing initiative and willingness to undertake new projects. ( Must rock climb, so No.)
2) Characterized by great imagination or initiative: an enterprising foreign policy.

C) Adventurous
1) Full of risk; requiring courage; hazardous.
2) Inclined to undertake new and daring activities. (It is new and you are forced to be adventurous, so YES)

D) Loyalty
1) The act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action.
2) A feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection. (No, and no need of explanation here.)
3) An example or instance of faithfulness, adherence.

E) Tenacity
1) Persistent determination. ( You can drop down anytime, so No.)

F) Honour
1) Honesty, fairness, or integrity in one's beliefs and actions. ( Obviously No.)
2) Such respect manifested: a memorial in honor of the dead.
High public esteem; fame; glory.

Answer is " I have learn to undertake new and daring activities and be more adventurous. " But wait, if you want to get higher marks for this "examination", you will have to phrase it this way:

" The school has given me a chance to participate in this camp for the benefits ourselves. I have learn to undertake new and daring activities such as rock climbing and became more adventurous. I wish to participate in more of these activities. "


(Comments are welcomed)

Norman Au.

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