On the second round, Multimedia/Technology essential was focusing on photography. My passion isn’t really like photography, but after talking this lesson I felt that photography is a really interesting topic to learn. 

Camera Settings(3 things in that effect exposure)

           Shutter speed is a setting in the camera that affects how motion is captured. Shutter speed is one of me favorite setting in the camera because I really like talking photo of people playing sports and a lot of action happened during talking the photos. Shutter speed help me a lot of talking the photos while people are doing some action as an example like running or playing soccer.

          Aperture is mostly talking about size of opening in the lens through which light enters the camera. 

          ISO is the last camera setting that effect exposure. ISO is a setting that showing how sensitive your camera is to light and the higher the ISO, the more sensitive the camera is to light (so photo is brighter). 


Finishing level 5A

Primary Mathematics is our workbook and student book to learn in the Mathematics essential. We have started from level 4A to 4B and we are now working on 5A. We started to learn level 5A at the beginning of the third year(August 2018) of the school academic. It is now November 2018 and we are on the last lesson on the book. I feel really surprise I worked on this book for only 4 months. You might think that 4 months is long, but for me it is not I just open my eyes and close my eyes back and I just finish the 5A and I want to say that I really appreciate myself that I can finish a whole math book in 4 months. 



English Literacy

Exhibit Pitch Plan

English Literacy is an essential that giving me the ability of reading and writing. On September 24, 2018 Hannah our facilitator has given us a project called Exhibit Pitch Plan.  


Khmer Literacy is one of my favorite essential class that ever exist in my life. My dad and my mom are both Khmer teacher and I am so interested in Khmer Literacy because I giant a lot of passion and history from Khmer Literacy a lot by the way.

Khmer Poem 

On the third year of learning in the Liger Leadership Academy, our Khmer Literacy teacher has an idea of making a Khmer Poem book. All of the junior students must have at least on poem in the book and all of us has divided many types of Khmer Poem each and started to write it individually or team as we want to do. I have completed two of the poem and I feel that all of my poem are so powerful as my teacher and I think. All of my friends have completed at least one poem and all of those are excellent work. 

This is the link to my Poem and the poem is in Khmer:




In the Liger Leadership Academy, there is an essential that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math(STEM). In this round, Junior students have been working on the periodic table in STEM class and I am so excited to learn with those interesting lesson and understanding how elements work scientifically. 

Periodic table 

Periodic table was a really interesting topic for me to learn and I feel really passionate about this lesson as my facilitator have explain and did some experiments during this class. For this topic, I can also catch up the lesson quickly because all of the content are so excited for me. In the periodic table we have been learning about its group and period and the history of the periodic table including the purpose of making the periodic table. Periodic table are so hard to organize, but when we know how it work it will be really easy for us to understand the periodic table. Dmitri Mendeleev was a teacher Russian as well as a chemist and Mendeleev has been creating a chemistry textbook and he was having a problems with organizing elements and he needed a way to organized the elements to make the students easier to learn about chemistry. By 1860s, Mendeleev has made a set of card that have the name of the elements, atomic mass and known properties. He arranged and arranged the card in many different ways and finally he found it when he placed the elements in order by atomic mass. Elements in the periodic table are organized by its atomic number now, because during the 1860s, scientist cannot recognize the atomic number of elements, but they can recognize the atomic mass of an element.