3/6 in class writting

总是学不会再聪明一点
记得自我保护必要时候讲些善意谎言
总是学不会真爱也有现实面
不是谁情愿就能够解决
Always learn not to be smarter
Remember to protect yourself when necessary.
Always learn not to have true love and reality
Not whoever is willing to solve
Explain: 
Always learn not to be smarter in english translation, but it means always can not be smarter in chinese. It is exactly oppisite meaning.
Remember to protect yourself when necessary in english translation, and in chinese there are more meaning. It should be translated in remember to protect yourself when necessary and have some white lies. In english translation, it delated the mean of white lies.
Always learn not to have true love and reality, it shows true love and reality in english translation. But it is actually translated in "true love also have the reality". 

in class 03/01

Studies for the last decades have been transformed over years, we can see according to the reading of vocabulary learning assisted with smartphone applications written by Zhimei Lei.

Scott G and Alison H believe that the past decades have seen the transition from in- classroom to out-classroom. In classroom practice involves literacy instruction, cognitive engagement, and self-assessment. And out classroom application includes self-access center,  Computer assessed language learning, distance learning, tandem learning, and self-instruction. It is evident that in recent years, more efforts are spared on out- classroom activities.

I agree with the idea of Scott G and Alison H made in this article. Because it is true that what we are learning is significantly changing overtimes. In-classroom study already cannot satisfy the knowledge of modern people.

Lei, Z. (2018). Vocabulary Learning Assisted with Smart Phone Application. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, (11), 1511. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=sso&db=edsglr&AN=edsgcl.566681523&site=eds-live&scope=site&custid=s3818721

02/27 in class

Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using either a comma and a coordinating conjunction or a semicolon, a conjunctive adverb, and a comma. Add or delete words as necessary.

 

  1. The reality show follows the lives of Bruce and Kris Jenner’s combined family, and most of the episodes focus on the three oldest daughters, Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé Kardashian.
  2. Bruce Jenner was famous for breaking the world record and winning a gold medal in the decathlon at the 1976 Olympics, also his sons from a previous marriage, Brandon and Brody, have also appeared on their own reality shows.
  3. The Kardashians’ father, the late attorney Robert Kardashian, was famous for representing O. J. Simpson, and his daughters gained recognition as American socialites.
  4. Kim came into the national spotlight in 2007 after a sex- tape scandal and resulting Playboy appearance, so the Kardashian fame grew into a profitable reality series.
  5. The show depicts the daily routine of the Kardashians, and spin- off shows feature Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé’s attempts to build their line of fashion boutiques.
  6. Although the Kardashians’ behavior at first seemed outrageous, they are a loving family.
  7. The Kardashians squabble like typical siblings, however Kris, the mother, holds the family together.
  8. Kim’s $ 10 million wedding to pro basketball player Kris Humphries in 2011 was seen by an estimated 10.5 million viewers, but he marriage lasted only 72 days.

in class 02/25

This is a picture of a farm factory fill with pigs in China. As my first impression, I only though that this picture is trying to tell us about how Chinese farm industries are huge and how well organized that pig industries are. But as I look carefully, I found out that this picture is not only showing us those, but also showing us how Chinese technology improved in farm industries. As we can see carefully, there are facial recognizable scans on some of those pigs. Those are actually new technology that China developed- pig face recognition. They use this tech to check how pig’s health conditions are. They may also develop more tech in the further, for example, voice recognition for pig.

2/22 in class assignment

https://www.pulitzer.org/winners/daniel-berehulak-freelance-photographer-0

An Ebola survivor, George Bryan, walks his 5-year-old son, William, who tested positive for Ebola, at the Bong County treatment center. Cured, George was free to go home. But the staff told him that, now immune, he would be the best person to look after his son. William died a few days later. (Daniel Berehulak, The New York Times – Oct. 19, 2014)
Based on my reading of this introduction of this photograph, I felt emotionally touched. This picture is a father (George Bryan) hold his son (William) ‘s hand walking along at the Bong County treatment center. This center is where isolate patients who have been infected by Ebola. And the father George was infected by Ebola because he got the test back and it shows positive. I believe in this picture, the father must be so happy that he got immune.  George can take care of his little son forever. But this is so ironic. William died after a few days. Now George got no one to take care. It is a sad story but also touched.
I believe the author tries to use Patho to attract audiences’ attention.

2/11 in class assignment

This Literacy Narrative is about how Oscar Estrada’s identity is shaped by his living environment and background, and how he feels and experience about as a minority language speaker. He mentioned that he was in elementary school for 7 years in Egypt and came to Philipino until now. Therefore he learned to speak a lot of different languages, Spanish, Franch, and English. But as he was in Egypt and Philipino, those languages that he speaks are not majority languages in both countries. Therefore he would get made fun by others because of his accents. Although sometimes people will make fun of it,  most of the time he feels that as a three language speaker and have an international background gave him a lot of different experiences. For example, he can make friends from diversity countries, he can learn to accept other cultures, and being a good global citizen.

This story can help me from the aspect of being a global citizen and minority language speaker. Because my story is also about how I grow up in a minority group in China, and how I gain experiences and friends from being a minority speaker.

http://www.thedaln.org/#/detail/fdfb01dc-2a1f-4ecb-8670-b52f3f3cc26d

02/06

Main expectations the assignment has is to make short audio that is an important event or story that is related to your identity, culture and racial stereotypes. I am going to write about the conflict between my nationality and ethics. As I am a minority group in China, a lot of cultures and ideas are different from the majority.  I will explain what is my cultural background and write about some experiences that I go through because of my identity. While I am going to use the audio essay, I may use pictures, music, and videos that are related to the culture of my minority.

https://spark.adobe.com/video/Y6mGoIijAA8GD

02/04

I have a really close sister which is my uncle’s daughter, and she is three years younger than me. We have been playing together for about 12 years, which means we start to play when we were just a little kid. We have a lot of treasurable memories, but also some bad memories. I am saying it is a bad memory because it was felt like a “big incident” for me back at the time, but right now I think this story is humorous. This incident happened about 7 years old. We were playing at my sister’s house, and suddenly we start to fight for no reason. We were both really mad at each other, and both cried. I remember that I said I am going house because I do not want to stay with you anymore. If I was my sister, I would be so mad and let me out of my house after the fight. But my sister didn’t, she took my phone and hug me so tight:” you can not leave here, even though I am mad!” My sister and I would still mention about this story for fun right now and thinks that we were so naive and dramatic.