Last year me and my classmates spent a lot of time talking about cyberbullying, so two friends of mine and I worked on this video to show the different types of cyberbullying. Watch it!
In September 2016 me and my classmates went to London for a school trip and had so much fun. Do you want to know more about it? Check this out!
I also made a video about our experience in London. You can watch it here.
In November, Donald Trump became the USA president. If you want to know more about him, the elections or the other candidates, you can find my Power Point in this padlet.
As our first book for the Reading project, we read Hamlet by William Shakespeare. If you want to read my report about the book and the musical that we saw at the theatre, you can read it here.
During the Christmas break, I had a lesson of coding on coding.org. This is the certificate I got!
Certificate of Completion
These are my reports about "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, two books that I've read during my Christmas vacation.
We joined as a class an eTwinning project called "On The Air", an international youth radio made by and for teenagers. We were asked to shoot a video to introduce our school: here it is.
As the "Read On" project goes on, I read two other books: Far from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. Here's what I wrote about the first one:
During the Easter break, I read two more books: Wuthering Heights and The Age of Innocence. I liked best the second one, so here are the review (on the right) and the video (on the left) I made about it:
On the 22nd of May 2017 ISIS attacked Manchester during Ariana Grande's concert. Here's what I wrote about it:
This is my the presentation my Math teacher asked me to do about Fibonacci's rabbits:
On 8th of May we performed in Frascati "The Rape of Lucreece", a Shakespeare's opera.
Cast of "The Rape of Lucreece" (2BD-2F)
Here's the presentation me and two classmates of mine did about muscles:
As my homework for summer holidays, I had to read some books. This is my review about "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd" by Agatha Christie and the trailer I made about "The Fault in Our Stars" by John Green.
My third year of high school started so well, because on 3rd October we went to Edinburgh and spent a week there. Here's what I wrote about my experience:
This is my picture for the literature project, starring me and my favourite book.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
My Chinese Portrait, "If I Were a Place"
This is the trailer I made about A Midsummer Night's Dream, a book written by Shakespeare that we were asked to read.
We've just started studying William Shakespeare's poems and made a timeline about his life. This is it.
After watching episode 03x01 of Black Mirror, we were asked to write an essay about real world and digital world. This is what I wrote.
"Nowadays everybody has two lives to live: a real one, where you have to go to school or to work, and a digital one, where what actually matters is the number of likes that your pictures get. Those two lives are often far apart from each other, and they hardly ever collide: most of the times the person that you pretended to be in real life is different from the person that you actually are. But what would happen if you lived these two lives as one? The British tv show “Black Mirror” tried to show it to us by picturing a world where your rights and your lifestyle depend on your online rating. The house you have, the job you do and even the medical assistance you have are established by the number of stars you have on your profile. The world seems happier, everybody is kind and respects the rules, but is it even real? The answer is no. Faking it on the internet is the easiest thing ever. You can pretend to be a kind, caring and sensitive person online while you treat people rudely in your everyday life, and still get more likes than someone that actually has all of those qualities but maybe doesn’t let other people see them on the internet. The things is, there is no way to integrate real world with the digital one because the internet is a place where it is too easy to be hypocrite and too easy to pretend you’re someone you’re not. But in real life, no lie lives forever."