10 November Gallery
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Oman: Saif and Alhareth watching television
Saif, grade 5, and Alhareth, grade 6, are watching television. They were watching a sport program as they like sport. They are wearing the Omani National dress. It was 8pm in Oman-4 GMT. (Nasraa Alharthi, iEARN-Oman)
Pakistan: "In the end.... I WON!! And see... do not I look FRESH!"
The day begun with alot of laziness. After breakfast of a paratha and kebab, i felt quite full and sleepy, so I sleep and sleep and sleep without awakening. When I woke at 9:00 o clock, I was still very lazy and idol. I took a shower that refreshed me and I feel better enough. It was very cold today or perhaps I was feeling cold today that I preferred to wear some thing warm and I choose a blue dress of KHADDAR ( a warm wooly clothe). Then, I was on the computer listening to music, chatting with friends and once again I was got lazy. But then, one of my cousins suggested me to play something to beat my boredness and lazy feeling. So, as I love badminton, I asked her to come and play badminton with me at night and just then I thought why not capture some pictures to show them here and here are they. Note that playing something really decreases your laziness! See my pics now. I hope you will like them. By the way, we were playing near the palnt gallery in the open area generally known as SEHAN in Urdu. HOPE YOU LIKE! (Neha Feroze, ETN High School. Teacher: Tubi Naz, iEARN-Pakistan)
Morocco: "It is 9:35"
It is 09:35 GMT in Morocco. I'm in class. It is a grammar course. The past perfect simple and continous. It's interesting, my English is getting perfect day after day. Abdelilah, Moulay Ismail High School, Meknes. (Abdelilah Benjabbour. Teacher: Safae Sayarh, iEARN-Morocco)
Thailand: Cha Chuk
My friends and I are visiting Jatujak Market. While I walked around I saw coffee shop and very interested. I asked the shopkeeper "what is that?" He told me that is "Cha Chuk" I tested it by drinking and its taste is very excellent. I invite everybody to test " Cha Chuk". Amorntep, Yannawate Wittayakom School. (Amorntep Kaemkhuntote, Yannawate Wittayakom School. Teacher: Patcharee Sridakumi, EARN-Thailand)
Uganda: Morning Prayer
Hello friends, this is Nakato Joy and Babirye Peace of Lohana Academy in Kampala, Uganda - East Africa. We are twins. Nakato means" second or younger twin" and Babirye means "first or elder twin".
This is how our Tuesday 10th November 2009 went: We woke up at 5.00pm on an alarm bell and preapared to go to school by 6.00am. Dad dropped us at school that early because he had an early morning business meeting. Mom packed our breakefast and we took it at school but did not take pictures of it.
Very soon the day's school program started at 7.00am with morning prayers. After prayers, we sang the National Anthem and the School Anthem.
Classes started with Maths by Mr. Kakembo Ronald from 7.00am to 10.00am. He is also our class teacher.
We then went for mid-morning break tea -- hot chocolate and biscuits. This too about 15 minutes but the break is 30 minutes. We took some photos in the dining room and also of some of the play time after the tea and snack but before the nest lesson.
After break we had a science lesson till lunch time but there was too much light in the classroom we did not take any photos. Then we went for lunch -- we were served with Rice, beans and sweet potatoes.
After lunch we had the English lesson from 2.00 to 4.40pm. It was very interesting. we had a short break and took some photoes with friends.
After the English lesson we had Social Studies revision and then completed our take-home exercises (Maths and Science) while still at schoo before mum picked us up. Mum picked us up at 6.10pm. The journey to our home took 1 hour because we made some stop-over to buy milk and bread. When we reached home, we bathed and then got down to the computer to get the photos from the camera, edit them and write our story. That is how our Tuesday 10th November 2009 went.
(Babirye Peace and Nakato Joy, Lohana Academy, Kampala Uganda. Teacher: Daniel Kakinda, iEARN-Uganda)
(Bahaeddine_Kabli, Moulay Smail High School
Meknes, Morocco. Teacher: Safae Sayarh, EARN-Morocco)
Thailand: My Mom
My mom is cooking. She is cooking for dinner. She is cooking very good taste. I like foods of my mom. I love my Mom. (Sorawut Atsawapanakit. Teacher: Patcharee Sridakum, iEARN-Thailand)