Project Evaluation

The project evaluation team works with the Project based learning and STEM exploration. Which these two exploration are introduction the new learning method to the Cambodian public school. Our team is a little different . We are evaluating, if it positive to implement these learning method into the public school. To evaluate we have three main criterion. They are relevancy applicability and result and outcome. In relevance we evaluate if it appropriate to do the project in the public school. In applicability we evaluate is the project feasible in every public schools, and last result and outcome. After we have criterion we make question to help us evaluate the criterion. Then we interview the students, teachers and the head-master in the school. After we get the data we fill it in the sheet and write some sentences about the data we get. Then when we got we data for both when before and after the project started. It turns out that the project is positive. Finally we present the result to the secretary of state.

Here are some photos of data collection:

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Entrepreneurship

In the entrepreneurship exploration I and my friends are learning how to run a business. We had a plan to run a chilli sauce business. Our big goal in this exploration is to make a business plan that we can pitch to investors. Every day we would spend our time learning some vocabulary and concept about running a business. Some of the concept we learned are price segmentation which means to offer a similar product so you can make price level. Some words that I learn are fixed and variable cost, fixed cost means that it does not change based on how much you produce but variable cost does. In order to run a business takes a lot of work, so we had divided our groups into three small teams. The teams are marketing/advertising, recipe development and market research. I was in marketing/advertising. Every day my team have a quick meeting about what should we work on that is really helpful. Some of the works we’ve done are writing blog post, go round and let people taste our chilli sauce, and making an advertising video.

 

 

Literacy class

In literacy class I learn how to pronounce the English clearer, because it is not my first language. In order to improve I had had to read touge twist some article and record my voice then compare it with the native speakers. Also I had to write down the words that I had difficulty pronouncing it.
Here are the word that I have difficulty with:
hi

Beside these I also read a limerick, then I had to try to make my own limerick.

Here are my limerick:

 

There is an animal called liger.

It comes from a lion and tiger.

Ligers don’t like to eat pork.

But they like to eat dog.

so they would spend their time eating a schnauzer.

 

There was a black and white cow.

she doesn’t like to eat grass some how.

maybe she is sick.

or she’d like to eat twigs.

she is a good cow, she makes milk for the whole house.

Bone research

In my learning time I had an hour to two hours a week to work on my independent discovery. My independent discovery is about learning about bone. To have an independent discovery I had to make a proposal. After seven weeks of researching, I had learn a lot. Here are some fact that I had learn:

Interesting bone fact

1. The axial skeleton has 80 bones.
2. The appendicular skeletal section has 126 bones.
3. The area of our body with the most bones is the hand, fingers and wrist where there are 54 bones.
4. Calcium is very important for our bones and helps keep them strong and healthy
5. X-ray machines let doctors see your bones. If you break your bone, it can grow together again if you keep it still. Somethime you might have to
wear cast so your bone can grow again.
6. Babies have soft bones. As they grow their bones grow stronger.
7. Skulls are made out out 22 bones.
8. Spines are made out of 33 bones.
9. Humerus is the largest bone in our arm.
10. The smallest bone in human body is the stapes bone in the middle of the ear.

What are bones made out of?
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Bones are mostly made out of matric. Matrics are in part of the mitochondria. Toenail and fingernails are grow from matric. Bones form by the matric wrap around the cell. The main tissue in the bone is Osseous tissue or Bone tissue. Bone tissue from rigid that build up the skeleton. The bone tissue is hard and light.

How many groups of bone are there?

Humans born with about 270 bone. The bones in our body decreases when adulthood to 206 when bone are fused together. Bone are divided into two groups Axial and Appendicular skeletons. Axial skeleton is formed by vertebral column, rib cage and skull. Appendicular skeletons which is attached to Axial skeleton is formed by pectoral girdle, pelvic girdle and upper and lower limbs.

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What are the bone functions?

 

Bones have six functions are support, protection,  movement, stor ions, mineral, fat and endocrine regulation and produce red and white blood cell. Bones help to support our body without bones hunda can’t stand up, human will be like a protist and help to support our lung so it not collapse . Bones help with our movement with the muscle. They help protect our organs for example skull help to protect our brains and eyeballs and middle and inner ears. Bones are really important for us because they conduct vibration that allow us to hear. The bone marrow which is in the middle of the bone produce red and white blood cell. Fat acids are stored in yellow bone marrow to reserve energy when needed.Tissue in bones are capable to remove heavy metal other toxin from the blood to store away from the organ and slowly released from the body.

Here are the sources that I use to research:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_skeletonhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone\http://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swfhttp://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swf

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_skeletonhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone\http://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swfhttp://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swf

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_skeletonhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone\http://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swfhttp://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swf

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_skeletonhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone\http://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swfhttp://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/media/services/thechildrensuniversityofmanchester/flash/skeleton.swf

http://kidshealth.org/kid/recipes/#cat20240