Reflection: Nicson Lim Yu Xun

Reflection: Nicson Lim Yu Xun

Reflection:  Pre Camp (25 May 2015)

What sounds interesting about this project?

At first when I saw the project title, I felt excited as i thought we are going to build something cool like a waterfall or something like that. I also feel that we have opportunities to show our creativity.

What do you think you can learn from this project?

I think i can learn how and why foundations are important and how it can affect the secondary level.

Reflection: 1st Day (26 May 2015)

What did you do today?

I did the construction of the water tower.

What did you learn today?

I learn about the different types of failures that might happen when we do our testing. I also learn how to build and how to make the foundation was firm and strong.

How do you feel about today's activities?

I feel that today's activities are fun and interesting. But we face difficulties such as too little wooden sticks to make our tower strong.

Reflection: 2nd Day (27 May 2015)

What did you do today?

My team and I worked on our slides which were not very fantastic but still able to get the point across to the audience.

What did you learn today?

I learn that we need to be as ready as always as sometimes opportunities for us to do certain things comes unexpectedly and if we missed the chance, it might not come again. Examples are like when we are given time to do our slides, we should put in 101% into doing it as this will be presented to people. I also learnt that we should at all times be confident and take the chance to present as there might not be a 'next time'. So basically we should not take things for granted and must cherish every single opportunity we get.

How do you feel about today's activities?

I feel that today's activities were a little boring as we are progressing really fast.

What new questions do you have regarding the discipline?

I think that we could have paid more respect to the people who are presenting and also speak in a much respectful tone to the people who asked the questions.

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