The UofR requires its applicants to make a response as a part of the application to be accepted on UofR. I always wanted to share this in the hopes that it would give an idea for those who are applying in the UofR or other universities that requires you to make a response. Note: I’m not entirely sure if this response contributed to my acceptance to UofR.
First. Mr. Rene Guevarra. Mr. Rene Guevarra was a Highschool Math teacher at Proverbsville School Inc. In the Philippines. He is graduate of Accounting and pursued Education a few years later after realizing that Accounting was not his calling. He was my Math teacher for four years. He is not an ordinary teacher but rather an eccentric, flamboyant, smart, religious, and a loving teacher. He taught everything I needed to know in his Math classes. He encouraged and Inspired me despite the bullying that I suffered during those four years of highschool in the Philippines (2004-2008), and taught to manipulate math as if that it was an extension of my inner self. I wanted to teach because his passion for teaching was the whole definition of Altruism – the practice of unselfish concern for or devotion to the welfare of others. He did not know me, yet he refuse to let that social barrier be a hindrance for his teachings to reach my heart. Compassion, Dedication, and Unselfish Love. With these lessons that I had inherited from a my teacher, I will stop at nothing to fulfill my dreams and be successful in anything and everything that I will venture in my life.
Finally, North America. I arrived in Canada on July 10th of 2009. Everything was new to me. Here in Canada, I felt things that I have never felt before I came here like being the new kid, being alone, facing racism, the white desolation (Snow), learning another culture, and trying to fit in. Honestly, I overcame those barriers and difficulties in a few months due to strong Faith, drama, choir, being involve in SLC, doing good on my math classes and just being myself. I am aware that adjusting into something completely different is difficult, but I want to change that. I want to be a teacher because I believe that “everyone is equal and unique in diverse ways”- No barriers, no chains, and no shackles. Also, Now that I have seen The East and The West’s perspectives of the world, I am clearly enlightened to become a teacher and no one can stop me in achieving my goals because I have overcome hardships and problems before, and “If I want something, I make it happen” – Marcia Maclean.
“Choose a specific outcome from the Saskatchewan Curriculum. List it it and find 2-3 Smartboard activities or plans that would meet that outcome. Post the links to your site and add any commentary about the difficulty and/or modifications you might need to make. “
I went exchange.smarttech.com to search for programs and found the ones that i like and would be suitable for class.
1) Probability. I was observing my classmates and colleagues in my math classes these pass two years, and I notice that the Probability chapter is the hardest chapter in Math A30 and Math B30. It is because that probability does not provide enough structure and content for most students to understand. I chose this program because most questions found on text books that are provided by school do not have enough visual depictions. Also, by using this program it can reduce the learning curve of students who are having difficulty with the probability sections of the book.
2) Angles This actually applies for all grade levels. this program can be applied for students who are trying to learn angles for the first time, and for people who need to refresh their perspectives about angles because as we progress with mathematics, angles become more complex and used in different area such as quadrants, and dimensions.
“Find and play an educational game. Write a short review on it. Consider Sylvia’s perspectives and your own as your write.”
Well I’m gamer and I love Math as well so I choose a very interesting game that suits my skills and gives me a challenges at the same time.
In this game you play a person whose mission is to save the world from balloons with numbers on it? too serious? yeah that’s not it lol.
This game’s main purpose is to train you on memorizing either multiplication or division. But wait, there is a catch. this is where the core gameplay pops in.
you are given a a multiplication or a division question and you need to pop the balloon that corresponds to the question. pretty easy right? Here’s a bigger catch.
The balloons move sideways until they fall to you, so if you pop the wrong balloon, you lose a chance to get the question that the balloon has. furthermore hit 2 balloons and the game ends.
This game not only challenges your mathematical ability but you finger dexterity as well. This game actually reminds me of Galaga
This game is good practising multiplication and division but noticed that there technical issues and bugs that I noticed while playing it. However, this game can also prove to be very useful when you’re training to think faster and give your fingers more dexterity for writing on your pc.
I am giving it an 9/10 because this game its not for the likes of everyone but if you want you’re a math person like me or just want something different for change, then this game is definitely for you.
Ah yes! my learning project. a game we call Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. But not just yet! lol we need to see the review first to see if the game is worth playing.
What you need to know about the game:
Setting is in Rome, Italy. The “Boot” country and the home of pizza.
There are two Modes: Story Mode and Multiplayer.
Story Mode starts where Assassin’s Creed 2 left. It is solely single player, so no jumping to another player’s story mode and killing the crap out of them. Thanks a lot Demon’s Souls.
Multiplayer is a mode where you play as the enemy and training as a modern day via Animus, where you “fill in” the shoes of your chosen player where you are given an assassination contract and pursue your enemy while at the same time being pursued by others. It’s a massacre alright
here is a video review of Ign to get us all started, IGN:. Now that it is out of the picture, here is the collect reception of the game from wikipedia.org:
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood has been very well-received by critics. Aggregating review websites GameRankings and Metacritic gave the Xbox 360 version 90.59% and 89/100, the PlayStation 3 version 90.06% and 90/100 and the PC version 88.40% and 88/100. It won best Action Adventure game in the Spike TV Video Game Awards 2010The game has also been nominated for 7 British Academy Video Games Awards in 2011, including Best Game. It won an award in the Action category, losing to Mass Effect 2 in the category for Best Game.
The multiplayer was heralded by many at E3 2010, where it was showcased for the first time. GameTrailers lauded it as the Best Multiplayer Game of the show.The multiplayer portion of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood was generally well-received by critics. Game Informer gave the Brotherhood a 9.25/10, commenting that the ability to raise a group of followers was a significant enhancement to the previous title’s gameplay, and praising the new multiplayer mode as something never before seen. The magazine’s review also gave very high marks to the graphics, sound effects and voice acting.
Eurogamer praised everything about Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, giving it a 10/10, and particularly noted the maturity of the story: “One mission sees Ezio disrupting an assassination attempt in the ruins of the Roman Colosseum during a play about the death of Jesus Christ. It demands a developer of poise and compassion to wield such thorny concepts deftly, and it’s a measure of Ubisoft Montreal’s maturity that it is more than equal to the challenge…Brotherhood builds an intriguing mystery around compelling characters, surrounds them with collectibles and secrets, and encourages play – and nothing feels out of place.”
Reviews for the delayed PC version questioned the reason behind the delayed release date as the game was virtually unchanged from the console version albeit with better graphical enhancements and minor bonus content. However most praised Ubisoft‘s move to remove the DRM that marred the PC version of Assassin’s Creed II as well as include all DLC free of charge.
Yes! I finally have done pimping site and even uploaded our Choir Camp’s Album. I did not enable downloading because I do not own the music. I was a part of it but I really do not own it. Enjoy!
Here is another poem that I made for my Teacher, adviser, and a big sister, Ms. Dennehy A woman of music and integrity The best Choral Director-Full of Authority Transcendent, Gentle, and Smart Traits that can never be bought at Walmart She wears glasses, contacts, and has majestic eyes Whenever I am in her class, my voice says Hi to the skies Her voice is like pure Sunshine warm, sweet, and vibrant-God's Design Her Philosophy is a university A community, working together-Full of diversity With her, the Choir is Alive! Tenors-Bright, Altos-Dark, Sopranos-High, Basses-Thrive But who is she outside the class?; the inner A loving daughter and A Legitimate Singer She enjoys singing, dancing, and acting A triple threat, like a powerful bullet-piercing She loves to cook; chopping here, whacking that Humming and waiting on the oven's spat. This is Ms. Dennehy: a Little Angel! That's a fact!: half rest "Live, Love, Laugh!" I only want to say, She's the Best! -Edgar Allan Not Poe