Senin, 08 April 2019

Recommendation Letter

Dear Institute of Technology Bandung Committee,
I wish to recommend M. Fadlan Adhari for the scholarship program. I have become very familiar with him during the past two years as his Mathematics teacher at 3 Senior High School.
I personally think that this scholarship must be given to someone who has a passion at this field. Fadlan fits these guidelines perfectly. Last year, he acted as Student Body President, and this year he took on the primary responsibility of organizing the school’s annual talent show. 
I am familiar with Fadlan's education and career goals, and I know that without financial aid he may not be able to achieve these aspirations. Fadlan is capable student, and more importantly, he is driven by a desire to do good for his community. He has volunteered for the school’s special needs program and is a member of his local park’s EcoWatch group. I cannot think of anyone more deserving of this scholarship and I wholeheartedly support his application.
Fadlan is an ideal candidate to receive this scholarship, as I am sure you can agree, and he deserves this opportunity to pursue his academic goals. Please feel free to contact me if you need any further information.
You may reach me at: (010) 353-6263 or
Ms. Dhinda Sausan

Senin, 04 Maret 2019

My dreams

My name is Dhinda Sausan Fairuz Qonsa. I'm 16 years old now. My hobbies are watching movies and reading books. My father is a soldier and my mother is a housewife. I have 2 siblings. One older sister, her name is Ditta Indira Dien Pertiwi and one older brother, his name is Dimas Trend Pinaka Baladika. My brother is a doctor and my sister is a dentist.

When i was in elementary school, i won a traditional dance competition both groups or individually. I have 4 trophy for individually competition and 5 trophy for groups competition. At my junior high school, i became a member of ambassador of the environment. I also participated at 2018 asian east creative camp at grade 10 with my friend, Vira and Angie.

At first i want to be a lawyer, but my aunt said that i can't be firm. So i change to a doctor, but i still want to try a new experience. So my last choices is, i want to be a veterinarian. Because i love animals so much. I have 2 pets at my home. A female cat 8 months old and a male cat 2 months old.

My strength is like to find out about things that interest me and therefore my weakness are that i don't really want to know things that aren't interesting to me. I don't know why but i just think that 'that's enough for me'. I would learn a lot about things that i like to pursue my dream.
Thank you

Live In

Last month, i went to Cibeureum Village. I went there because of program from my school that called 'live in'. I stayed with Audy, Faza, and Meistra at one home. Our parent's there is Mrs. Nining. She is a housewife that have 2 child. Her first child is a boy. He is a junior high school student. And her second child is a girl and she is an elementary school student. Her husband is a farmer and has his own farm.

We stayed there for 3 days. Everyday we help Mrs. Nining's husband in the farm and we also take a walk to other family. We learned about catfish farm. We also played with the child there every afternoon. Then we go to mosque. In our last day, my class planed to go to situ cisanti. We walked with pak rt as the guide. We walk over the hill road to go there. It is a fun memory that i had. After arrived in the situ, we take a picture together. Then we sat under the tree while looking at the situ.

In the afternoon we came back to the village and packing our things. We said goodbye to our parent's there and the child that always play with us.

Senin, 11 Februari 2019

Edu Passion 2019

On Thursday, January 24 2019. 3 Senior High School Bandung held the second edu passion event. The event was held with the aim that 3 senior high school students can prepare themselves to enter college. Many booths from various universities on the island of Java, both private and public.

At this event, I visited the stand of the Islamic University of Bandung or UNISBA. Unisba was founded on November 15, 1958. Unisba has many faculties, as medical, comunication science, economics and business, law, psychology, syariah, Mathematics and science, dakwah, tarbiyah, and engineering.

Every year, Unisba only receives 25% of the approximately 10,000 new students who register. For the tuition fees listed in the brochure distributed by the university stand. The most popular faculty is medical.

Senin, 08 Oktober 2018

Youtube affects to the Indonesian young generation

Youtube and People

Youtube is a website that provide various kind of videos like music video, movies, and creative video that made by youtube users. Youtube can help people to communicate through the video they made.

Youtube really help people to sell products through the free advertisement. People also can get knowledge from youtube. Many videos that containt any kind of tutorial. We can learn how to play instrument, make food, until learn language from youtube.

The lack of youtube is the content that still not filtered. Many child or young people watch youtube without know what is it and addict to it. Youtube is like a need. And the bad effect is the young people can do what they saw in youtube at real life. So, we have to sort the video that we watch.

Youtube can help people to communicate with other people but also has a bad effects to them.

Selasa, 28 Agustus 2018

Formal lettter

Belitung St. , Phone : 081291227913, Fax : (022) 4238402

Dear Parents,

With respect, we would like to inform you, that in order to increase knowledge, insight and experience related to science and technology for our students, the school will do an educational tour that will be held on :

Date  : 2nd November 2018
Time  : 7 AM – 2 PM
Place : Geology Museum

For the event to take place, for parents who allow their children to participate in this activity, please sign the next attachment and return it to the school before 30th October 2018. Thank you for your attention and cooperation.

Bandung, 25th October 2018
School Principal
Dannara Aisyah

Summary of Debate

1st round summary

Motion : This House Would Ban Cigarettes

Opening Government : Cigarettes causing negative impact. It can make many disease.

Opening Opposition : Many people use cigarettes to reduce stress

Closing Government : We have to banned Cigarettes to reduce pollution

Closing Opposition : If we banned cigarettes it will impact to economy and other factor

Jumat, 17 Agustus 2018


Dhinda : "Hi, Adhari. Where are you going?"

Adhari : "Hi, Dhinda. I want to go to the counseling room"

Dhinda : "For what?"

Adhari : "I want to discuss about major in my future faculty"

Dhinda : "Oh, what do you want to pick?"

Adhari : "Maybe, science faculty"

Dhinda : "Oh, i see. You like mathematics right? But, is it easy to get a job if you pick science faculty?"

Adhari : "I dont know"

Dhinda : "I think you are more suitable to Industrial Technology Faculty. You will easy to get a job."

Adhari : "Really? What kind of job is it?"

Dhinda : "You can work at production company, engineering company, and many more"

Adhari : "Wow, there is a lot of job"

Dhinda : "Yes, but it refers to your choice"

Adhari : "Thanks for your suggestion. I will think about it again"

Rabu, 07 Maret 2018


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Rabu, 28 Februari 2018


A month ago, on february 15th, there was an event called 'edu passion'. This event is aimed at choosing the right majors for highschool graduates this year. me and my friends make a vlog about this event.

Rabu, 21 Februari 2018

Franklin Delano Roosevelt


Franklin Delano Roosevelt (January 30, 1882) was the 32nd American president who led the United States through the Great Depression and World War II, greatly expanding the powers of the federal government through a series of programs and reforms known as the New Deal. Stricken with polio in 1921, Roosevelt spent much of his adult life in a wheelchair. A whole generation of Americans grew up knowing no other president, as Roosevelt served an unprecedented four terms in office. Roosevelt’s social programs reinvented the role of government in Americans' lives, while his presidency during World War II established the United States' leadership on the world stage.
In 1910, at age 28, Roosevelt was invited to run for the New York state senate. He ran as a Democrat in a district that had voted Republican for the past 32 years. Through hard campaigning and the help of his name, he won the seat in a Democratic landslide.

As a state senator, Roosevelt opposed elements of the Democratic political machine in New York. This won him the ire of party leaders but gained him national notoriety and valuable experience in political tactics and intrigue. During this time, he formed an alliance with Louis Howe, who would shape his political career for the next 25 years. Roosevelt was reelected to the state senate in 1912 and served as chair of the agricultural committee, passing farm and labor bills and social welfare programs.
During the 1912 National Democratic Convention, Roosevelt supported presidential candidate Woodrow Wilson and was rewarded with an appointment as Assistant Secretary of the Navy, the same job his idol, Theodore Roosevelt, had used to catapult himself to the presidency. Franklin Roosevelt was energetic and an efficient administrator. He specialized in business operations, working with Congress to get budgets approved and systems modernized, and he founded the U.S. Naval Reserve. But he was restless in the position as "second chair" to his boss, Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels, who was less enthusiastic about supporting a large and efficient naval force.
In 1914, Franklin Roosevelt, decided to run for the U.S. Senate seat for New York. The proposition was doomed from the start, as he lacked White House support. President Wilson needed the Democratic political machine to get his social reforms passed and ensure his reelection. He could not support Franklin Roosevelt, who had made too many political enemies among New York Democrats. Roosevelt was soundly defeated in the primary election and learned a valuable lesson that national stature could not defeat a well-organized local political organization.Franklin D. Roosevelt took to Washington politics and found his career thriving as he developed personal relationships. At the 1920 Democratic Convention he accepted the nomination for vice president, as James M. Cox's running mate. The pair was soundly defeated by Republican Warren G. Harding in the general election, but the experience gave Roosevelt national exposure.
Roosevelt repaired his relationship with New York's Democratic political machine. He appeared at the 1924 and 1928 Democratic National Conventions to nominate New York governor Al Smith for president, which increased his national exposure.
In 1921 at the age of 39, Franklin D. Roosevelt was diagnosed with polio while vacationing at Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada. At first refusing to accept that he was permanently paralyzed, Roosevelt tried numerous therapies and even bought the Warm Springs resort in Georgia seeking a cure. Despite his efforts, he never regained the use of his legs. He later established a foundation at Warm Springs to help others, and instituted the March of Dimes program that eventually funded an effective polio vaccine.
For a time, Franklin Roosevelt was resigned to being a victim of polio, believing his political career to be over. But his wife Eleanor and political confidante Louis Howe encouraged him to continue on. Over the next several years, Roosevelt worked to improve his physical and political image. He taught himself to walk short distances in his braces. And he was careful not to be seen in public using his wheelchair.
Early in 1940, Roosevelt had not publicly announced that he would run for an unprecedented third term as president. But privately, in the middle of World War II, with Germany's victories in Europe and Japan's growing dominance in Asia, FDR felt that only he had the experience and skills to lead America in such trying times. At the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Roosevelt swept aside all challengers and received the nomination. In November, 1940, he won the presidential election against Republican Wendell Willkie.
During early 1941, with war raging in Europe, Franklin D. Roosevelt pushed to have the United States' factories become an "arsenal of democracy" for the Allies—France, Britain and Russia. As Americans learned more about the war's atrocities, isolationist sentiment diminished. Roosevelt took advantage, standing firm against the Axis Powers of Germany, Italy and Japan. Bipartisan support in Congress expanded the Army and Navy and increased the flow of supplies to the Allies.
However hopes of keeping the United States out of war ended with the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Within a few months after declaring war, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, ordering all persons of Japanese descent to leave the West Coast. As a result, 120,000 people, many American citizens, were sent to internment camps located inland. Oddly, no such order applied to Hawaii, where one-third of the population was of Japanese descent, nor to Americans of Italian or German ancestry living in the United States. Nearly all Japanese Americans along the West Coast were forced to quit their jobs and sell their property and businesses at a tremendous loss. Their entire social order was turned upside down as families were given just days to leave their homes and neighborhoods and be transported to the internment camps.
For years prior to the war, racial prejudice towards Japanese Americans had fueled strong resentment and suspicion among whites living along the West Coast. Feeling pressure from military authorities and the public to protect the homeland from sabotage, Roosevelt felt relocation was the proper action. Though the U.S. Supreme Court upheld its legality in Hirabayashi v. United States and Korematsu v. United States, most legal scholars believe that internment was one of the most flagrant violations of civil liberties in American history. In 1988, Congress awarded restitution to survivors of the camps as compensation for the violation of their civil liberties.
During World War II, Franklin Roosevelt was a commander in chief who worked with and sometimes around his military advisers. He helped develop a strategy for defeating Germany in Europe through a series of invasions, first in North Africa in November 1942, then Sicily and Italy in 1943, followed by the D-Day invasion of Europe in 1944. At the same time, Allied forces rolled back Japan in Asia and the eastern Pacific. During this time, Roosevelt promoted the formation of the United Nations

In February, 1945, Franklin Roosevelt attended the Yalta Conference with British Prime Minister Winston Chuchill and Soviet General Secretary Joseph Stalin to discuss post-war reorganization. He then returned to the United States and the sanctuary of Warm Springs, Georgia. 
On the afternoon of April 12, 1945, Franklin D. Roosevelt suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage and died. The stress of World War II had taken its toll on his health, and in March, 1944, hospital tests indicated he had atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure. By Roosevelt’s side at his death were two cousins, Laura Delano and Margaret Suckley, and his former mistress Lucy Mercer Rutherford (by then a widow), with whom he had maintained his relationship.
Within hours of Franklin Roosevelt's passing, Vice President Harry S. Truman was summoned to the White House where he took the oath of office. FDR's sudden death shook the American public to its roots. Though many had noticed that he looked exhausted in photographs and newsreels, no one seemed prepared for his passing. 

Recommendation Letter

Dear Institute of Technology Bandung Committee, I wish to recommend M. Fadlan Adhari  for the scholarship program.  I have become very fa...