Law of Demand (Economic)

[wr_row][wr_column]In my Economic Advanced Enrichment we learned about Law of Demand, Good and Services, Opportunity cost, Substitutes Affect, Purchasing Power and Decreasing Marginal Utility. I got to choose one topics and make poster, video or Scratch to show what is the topic about and I chose Law of Demand and I made it in Scratch. You have to click the link below to see my simulation. If you have trouble how to use it watch the video.

I go to an unusual school – Writing

Name: Vuthy
Group: B
Date: 03/08/2015
English Writing:

I go to an unusual school in Cambodia. The school’s name is Liger Learning Center. In this school, 50 students were selected from 10,000 students all over the country. The school has foreign teachers and Khmer teachers like other international schools, but the curriculum is different. They call the school a project-based-learning school because in the curriculums there is a subject called Exploration. Exploration comes from the word explore, which is learning about something in the real world. One of our Explorations as Ecology. We learned about ecosystems, vocabulary in the class then we had a trip to go to Mondulkiri, Preh Vihear or Koh Kong to explore the forest ecosystem. Our school tries to change Cambodia. Some of our Explorations have changed Cambodia, Example; Techsupport, in this Exploration we helped NGOs in Cambodia with their technology, like fixing their computers for free. We did not help everyone in Cambodia, but we did help Cambodia. In addition, Liger has other subjects like Math, Literacy, Science. Exploration is project based learning at Liger. I love to go to this unusual school.

Idiom “Skeletons In Your Closet”

In our Literacy class we learn some of America Idioms. Our teacher gave a idiom for each student and I got Skeleton In Your Closet.

I design it the Literal Meaning and Figurative Meaning as the picture below.

The Skeleton In Your Closet