Friday, June 25, 2010

comment for mid-year exam '10

To be honest, the questions that have been asked in that test notified me which section that i to focuss on.

The most important thing that every candidate must remember, that you must give an answer that only   
     relates with the question.

Nway, i want to thank god for my results in ict.

After this i will study harder to get a better results, and i also hope that my  teacher can help me.

Nway, thank you to pn. zalina for being such a nice teacher to us.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

reflection for PK1

In this examination that we have been take,
students are doing well and get a good results.
On my side, that examination I've started to realise
that I need to work hard to get a good results in another
examination in PK2. Hope all students will study harder
to get a high marks for ICT subject, good luck!

Monday, March 8, 2010

Briefing for our latest assignment on 090310

By using powerpoint software, produce a multimedia product. The multimedia product must be interactive, educational, and include, all five multimeia elements. 


  • analysis phase
  • design phase
  • implementation phase
  • testing phase
  • evaluation phase
  • publishing phase

Thus, choose any topic from any subjects taught in school:
  • ICT
  • Bahasa Malaysia
  • bi
  • mathematics
  • sciens, etc.

  • creative
  • integrity
  • responsible

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Four reasons you are “fake hungry”

To all my friends and teachers, i would like to share with you guys something important in our life that we didn't realize when it happen.

Our appetites can be quite the pranksters. It often fools us to think we are hungry, when often, we may be suffering from something completely different. Distinguishing between false hunger and true hunger will help you know when your body really needs food and when it needs something else.

1. Hunger Due to Eating the Wrong Food: Symptoms include craving high sugar foods or feeling “hungry” soon after eating a meal. If you just had a big meal that is high in simple carbohydrates and did not contain fiber, protein or healthy fat, all of which help provide a sense of satiety, you may have experienced a drop in blood sugar. In this case, have a healthy snack, such as a piece of fresh fruit and nuts, or cottage cheese or celery and peanut butter or 1/2 of a sandwich on whole grain bread).

2. Emotional Hunger: Sometimes, our appetites can go haywire when we are experiencing boredom, fear, anxiety, stress or loneliness. Try taking a walk, journaling, listening to some favorite music, calling a friend or chewing a piece of mint gum instead.
Read a book, go to a “safe place” like a library or museum or park where you will not be tempted to overeat or distracted by food. Take a bath, meditate, or think about what REALLY would satisfy you, vs. eating to stuff down emotions you do not want to confront.

3. Hunger Due to Sleepiness: Experts at state that two major hormones, leptin and ghrelin, affect and control sensations of hunger and fullness. Ghrelin stimulates appetite, while leptin, made in fat cells, alerts the brain that you have had enough to eat. Lack of sleep causes a significant drop in leptin levels as well as an increase in ghrelin levels, a so called double whammy for appetite control and feelings of satiety. Daytime fatigue may lead people to overeat (often, high sugar, nutrient poor foods) in an attempt to get an extra surge of energy. This is equivalent to placing a Band-Aid on the true problem. It provides only temporary relief, which is soon followed by a crash in energy levels and a resurgence of “hunger” leading to more snacking, increased sugar cravings, etc….a vicious cycle. If you are feeling mid-afternoon hunger pains, try: a brisk 10 min walk around the block (fresh air helps, as does exercise, to boost alertness and increase circulation), a cup of green tea (high in antioxidants and low in caffeine relative to coffee), a 1/4 cup of almonds and a small apple (high in protein, healthy fat and carbohydrates, low in sugar, and a good source of magnesium and fiber). Even taking a few deep breaths can help curb fatigue!

4. Hunger Due to Thirst: We often mistake thirst for hunger. Try drinking a glass or two of water to identify whether you are truly hungry or just slightly dehydrated, in which case water is the perfect antidote!

When you are really experiencing true hunger, however, it is pretty clear to identify. For instance, a growling stomach will cause us to be cranky and unfocused…until we get some food, that is! If it has been four hours since your last meal or snack, you may well be truly hungry. Don’t ignore true hunger…doing so may exacerbate it and cause you to overeat to compensate for the missed calories. It is important to eat regularly and consistently to keep energy levels elevated and avoid dips in blood sugar. Try to include fruits and vegetables at each meal and snack, along with some protein (cheese, beans, lean meat/poultry/fish) and some healthy fat (avocado, olives, nuts, oil). This whole foods approach will help keep you at a healthy weight and lessen the likelihood for emotional hunger to rear its head!

Monday, February 1, 2010

my first homework in blog

Why analysis phase and designing phase are important in producing multimedia product?

Analysis phase is a phase that we need to investigate the problem statement and proposal. Thus, during the analysis phase the multimedia developers will interview the clients to find out their needs and the problem statement and a proposal.

Based on designing phase, the programmer will design a flow chart and storyboard that represents the needs of the client and choose the colours and layout of each individual screen. Other than that, the programmer must determine the position of navigation button.