Precious Plastic

Facilitator: Sushi.

What we did in the exploration;

  • Week 1: Learning about how humans make plastics, What are the ingredient and the process of making plastic products. Different techniques for making different plastic productions in factories.
  • Week 2: Went to Siem Reap, we went to Rehash trash and Naga Earth.
  • Learning about Types of plastics (Recycling, what we use it for)
  • Plastic Machines (Shredder, Compression, Injection, Extrusion) for more information visit Precious’s website
  • Meta House Visiting (Artworks)

Say No To Plastic At Liger

In this Exploration we:

  • Learn about plastic
  • Work on a policy that could be put to stop people from using plastic straws but unfortunately, the policy was not set up for people at Liger to follow.
  • Created a facebook page. (No Plastic Cambodia)
  • Counting any types of plastic that were inside Liger for four days and put it into data.
  • Go to Aeon mall 2 to meet BetterU to talk to them about grass straws that they use 
  • Go to Aeon mall to look for reusable bags and some glass bottle and gave them to Liger. (The whole community)
  • Launched Our Campaign to stop plastic straw usage in Liger!

STEM!

In STEM class, we focus on Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter! To dig into that, we learned about what matters are and different kinds of matter. Matters are divided into two, Mixture Substances and Pure Substances, but we only learned about Pure substance and not the Mixture substance yet! Pure substances are also divided into two. Compound and elements which is what our main focus is on for the round.

We’ve learned that elements are made out of atoms, in an atom, there are either proton, electron or neutron. Proton, electron, and neutron, for example, are made out of quarks. In short, we focus on elements and their properties.

Math Class!

 

In my math class, I learn lessons from this book and in the book, it gots whole numbers, calculating whole numbers, fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions and some estimations. 

Multimedia Class

For one round, there are 7 weeks but because STEM and Multimedia class is scheduled to be in the same our. This round, we only got 3 weeks of learning Multimedia/Technology and 4 weeks on STEM. In the Multimedia class, for a week, we learn 4 days and each day of those days for one hour. In Round 1 Multimedia class, we learn to use some Adobe software to get into the basic useful usage of that software. The programmes are; InDesign, Photoshop, and Lightroom. I learn to use those programmes from some of my friends at Liger and I was taught in the multimedia class during the hours. Cindy, my facilitator of the class taught us about researching and how to get information from the internet to the closest answers as for how we wanted it to be, and to decide whether the source where we get the information from is reliable or not!  We also learn about primary sources and secondary sources as well! After learning about each of them, we did some activities to strengthen our knowledge about the topics above (The programmes, researching and practiced with primary sources and secondary sources). Oh! We learn about the algorithm and a method called “Divide and Conquer” too. That’s about all from this round…

The photo is edited. Here are the links to the original pictures’ sources. 

Original Photo of Photoshop Icon

Original Photo of Lightroom Icon

Original Photo of InDesign Icon

My Favorite Things To Do!

Hello everyone! My name is Kakrona S. I am a student at the Liger Leadership Academy. I was born in Kratie province, Cambodia. I am currently living at the Liger Leadership Academy campus, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. At Liger, we do lots and lots of stuff. Things that I love to do the most are; Dancing (Khmer dance and Hip-Hop dance), Singing, Drawing, Painting, specifically, ARTS. I also love listening to music and slow rock might be one of my favorite genre of music! Music makes me feel relax and happy! Because I love music, I hope to learn some musical instruments. My top favorite musical instrument is SAXOPHONE but I an learning guitar! The thing is that I used to dream of being a saxophone star! 🀣 Not really sure why, but saxophone stars look just so amazing while playing saxophones. Besides music, painting and drawing really make me feel unfrustrated and joyful as well! My favorite types of painting are digital painting, watercolor painting, and texture painting. While drawing, I love to do realistic, abstract, creative, stylize and cartoon or anime kind of drawing, digital drawing is hard for me but I am also learning it. At last, I think art is an important piece in my heart. ✨✨

Khmer Class

In our Khmer class this term, we work on writing Khmer poems. Here are some poems that I was working on currently this term. 

αžŸαž„αŸ’αžšαŸ‚αž€αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαžαŸ’αž‰αž»αŸ† (αž”αž‘αž”αžαŸ’αž™αžΆαžœαžŠαŸ’αž)

αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž—αž€αŸ’αžšαŸ’αž€αŸαžαŸ’αž‰αž»αŸ†αž’αžΎαž™αž€αž»αŸ†αž‘αžΆαž“αŸ‹αž‘αŸ…αžŽαžΆ                                        αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαžŸαŸ’αžšαžŸαŸ‹αž’αžΈαžαžΆαž€αž»αŸ†αž‘αŸ…αž’αžΈαžαŸ’αž›αŸƒαž‘αžΎαž”

αž˜αž€αž›αŸαž„αžŸαŸ’αžšαž»αž€αž—αžΌαž˜αž·αž–αžΈαžš αž”αžΈαžαŸ’αž„αŸƒ                                      αž‘αŸ…αž›αžΏαž“αž˜αŸ’αž›αŸαŸ‡αžαŸ’αž›αŸƒαž˜αž·αž“αž…αžΆαŸ†αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž•αž„αŸ”

 

αž”αŸ‰αž»αž“αŸ’αž˜αžΆαž“αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αž˜αž»αž“αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž”αžΆαž“αž”αŸ‰αž»αž“αž”αŸ‰αž„                                      αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž˜αžΆαž“αž”αŸ†αžŽαž„αž…αž„αŸ‹αž˜αž€αž›αŸαž„αžŸαŸ’αžšαž»αž€

αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž˜αž€αžŠαž›αŸ‹αž αžΎαž™αž˜αŸ’αžŠαŸαž…αž˜αž·αž“αž˜αžΆαž“αžŸαž»αž                              αž˜αžΆαž“αžαŸ‚αž€αžΎαžαž‘αž»αž€αŸ’αžαž‰αž‰αžΉαž˜αž˜αž·αž“αž”αžΆαž“αŸ”

 

αžαŸ’αž„αŸƒαž˜αž½αž™αž˜αž€αžŠαž›αŸ‹αžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαž”αžΌαž‡αžΆαž”αŸ’αžšαžΆαžŽ                                        αžšαž½αž…αž αžΎαž™αž€αž›αŸ’αž™αžΆαžŽαž€αŸ’αž›αžΆαž™αž‘αŸ…αž‡αžΆαž•αŸαŸ‡

αžŠαŸ‚αž€αž€αŸαŸ‡αžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαž€αŸαŸ‡αž—αŸ’αž›αžΎαž„αž€αŸαžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαž†αŸαŸ‡                                       αž”αŸαŸ‡αžŠαžΌαž„αžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαž”αŸ’αžšαŸαŸ‡αž†αžΆαž‡αžΆαž…αŸ’αžšαžΎαž“αž•αŸ’αž“αŸ‚αž€αŸ”

 

αž’αžΆαžšαž˜αŸ’αž˜αžŽαŸαž˜αž½αž™αž“αŸαŸ‡αž–αž·αžαž‡αžΆαž…αž˜αŸ’αž›αŸ‚αž€                                       αž’αžΆαžšαž˜αŸ’αž˜αžŽαŸαž“αŸαŸ‡αž•αŸ’αž›αŸ‚αž€αž–αž·αž”αžΆαž€αž–αžŽαŸαž“αžΆαž˜αž·αžαŸ’αž

αžŸαžΌαž˜αž›αžΎαž€αžŠαŸƒαž‡αŸ†αžšαžΆαž”αž’αžΎαž™αž›αžΆ                                       αžŸαžΌαž˜αž€αž»αŸ†αž˜αŸ’αž“αžΈαž˜αŸ’αž“αžΆαž…αžΆαŸ†αž‘αŸ„αŸ‡αž™αŸ‰αžΆαž„αžŽαžΆαŸ”

 

αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αž…αŸαŸ‡αžαŸ‚αžŠαžΎαžšαž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž’αžŸαŸ‹αžŸαž„αŸ’αžαžΆαžš                                            αž‘αŸ„αŸ‡αž€αŸ’αž›αžΆαž™αž‘αŸαžœαžαžΆαž¬αžαŸ’αž˜αŸ„αž…αž€αŸ’αžŠαžΈ

αžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαžšαž€αž“αžΆαž„αžŸαŸ’αžšαžΈαž’αŸ’αžœαžΎαž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž”αž“αŸ’αž                                               αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαžŸαžΌαž˜αž’αž„αŸ’αžœαž…αžΆαŸ†αž˜αž·αžαŸ’αžαž€αž»αŸ†αž—αŸ’αž›αŸαž…αŸ”

 

αž’αŸ’αžœαžΎαž”αžΆαž”αž”αžΆαž“αž’αŸ’αžœαžΈαž˜αž€αžœαž·αž‰? (αž”αž‘αž—αž»αž‡αž„αŸ’αž‚αž›αžΈαž›αžΆ)

αž€αžΆαž›αž€αŸ’αž˜αŸαž„αžƒαžΎαž‰αž–αžŸαŸ‹αž”αŸ’αžšαžΉαž„αž›αžΌαž“     αž‘αžΎαž„αž’αŸ†αž‘αŸ’αžšαž›αžΌαž“    αž…αžΌαž›αžšαžΌαž„αž™αŸ‰αžΆαž„αž†αžΆαž”αŸ‹αŸ”

 

αž–αŸαž›αž“αŸ„αŸ‡αžαŸ’αž‰αž»αŸ†αž–αž·αžαž…αŸ†αžŽαžΆαž”αŸ‹    αž αžΎαžšαž αŸ„αŸ‡αž‘αŸ…αž…αžΆαž”αŸ‹    αž€αŸ’αž”αžΆαž›αž–αžŸαŸ‹αž‘αžΆαŸ†αž„αžŸαŸ’αžšαžŸαŸ‹αŸ”

 

αž…αžΆαž”αŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž€αžΆαž…αŸ‹αž€αŸ’αž”αžΆαž›αž αžΎαž™αž”αŸ„αŸ‡    αž‘αŸ…αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž‘αžΉαž€αž’αžŸαŸ‹     αž˜αž·αž“αžŸαŸ’αžšαžŽαŸ„αŸ‡αž‘αžΎαž™αŸ”

 

αž’αžΆαžŽαž·αžαžαŸ’αž›αž½αž“αžŽαžΆαžŸαŸ‹αž›αŸ„αž€αž’αžΎαž™    αž€αž˜αŸ’αž˜αžαžΆαž˜αž‘αžΆαž“αŸ‹αž αžΎαž™    αž›αž·αž‘αŸ’αž’αž•αž›αž…αž»αž„αž€αŸ’αžšαŸ„αž™αŸ”

 

αž αŸαžαž»αž’αŸ’αžœαžΈαž€αŸαž―αž„αž”αžŽαŸ’αžŠαŸ„αž™      αž—αžΆαž–αžƒαŸ„αžƒαŸ…αž²αŸ’αž™    αž‚αŸ’αžšαž”αŸ‹αž‚αŸ’αžšαž„αž˜αž½αž™αž–αŸαž›αŸ”

 

αž₯αž‘αžΌαžœαž–αžŸαŸ‹αž…αžΉαž€αžŠαŸαž€αžšαŸαž›    αž“αŸ…αž›αžΎαž€αž“αŸ’αž‘αŸαž›    αž…αžΆαŸ†αž–αŸαž›αž˜αžšαžŽαžΆαŸ”

 

αž’αžŸαŸ‹αž›αŸ„αž€αž’αŸ’αž“αž€αžŠαŸ‚αž›αž‚αž·αžαžαžΆ    αžŸαž˜αŸ’αž›αžΆαž”αŸ‹αž“αž·αž…αŸ’αž…αž€αžΆαžš    αž˜αžΆαž“αž•αž›αž”αŸ’αžšαž™αŸ„αž‡αž“αŸαŸ”

 

αž…αžΌαžšαž”αŸ’αžŠαžΌαžšαž–αžΈαž€αŸ’αž›αž·αž“αž’αžΆαžŸαŸ„αž…       αž€αž»αŸ†αž±αŸ’αž™αž€αžΎαžαžαŸ’αž˜αŸ„αž…    αž‘αŸ„αŸ‡αž’αžŸαŸ‹αžŸαž„αŸ’αžƒαžΆαžšαŸ”

 

αž…αžΌαžšαž”αŸ’αžŠαžΌαžšαž‘αž˜αŸ’αž›αžΆαž”αŸ‹αž–αžΈαž€αžΆαžš αž’αŸ’αžœαžΎαžƒαžΆαžαž˜αž“αž»αžŸαŸ’αžŸαž˜αŸ’αž“αžΆ αž˜αž€αžŸαžΆαž„αž”αž»αžŽαŸ’αž™αžŸαŸ”

Literacy Essential

Round 1 English Literacy class is taught by teacher Hannah. In our class, we learn by mostly reading and we often define some new vocabulary. After reading, we either have a discussion in groups or make some comprehensions by ourselves and the point of the whole activity is to understand the contexts that are written in English. In round 1, our theme is about etymology (A study of the origins of languages). At the end of those lessons, we know a lot of root words and what they mean. We got to learn tons of amazing words that come with the root words as well! Everyone is doing well in the round 1 English literacy class, but let’s see what would next round be!