Selasa, 14 Juni 2016


TERRESTRIAL is a recurring event SMAN 3 Bandung is held every year .

This event was created to test the scientific capabilities of students of SMAN 3 Bandung

. Trilogy is a curricular who organized this event helped also by teachers of associated

. TERRESTRIAL there is also a race competitions such as making posters , quiz , and RBL

( Research Basic Leaning ) .Todak only race this event is also supplemented by several

food booths like ( grilled sausage , rice horeng , mojito , fries and and others.

RBL ( Resesarch basic learning) is the main race of the Terrestrial event for the students of class XI SMAN 3 Bandung . In this competition students must menapilkan or presenting an invention drawn from the lessons learned during in SMAN 3 Bandung .

Sabtu, 11 Juni 2016


Text 1
Question for number 1-3
A kangaroo is an animal found only in Australia. It has a smaller relative, called a wallaby, which lives on the Australian island of Tasmania and in New Guinea.

Kangaroos eat grass and plants.They have short front legs, but very long and strong back legs and a tail. These are used for sitting up and for jumping. Kangaroos have been known to make forward jumps of over eight metres, and leap across fences more than three metres high. They can also run at speeds of over 45 kilometres per hour.

The largest kangaroos are the Great grey kangaroo and the Red Kangaroo. Adult grows to a length of 1.60 metres and weighs over 90 kilos.

Kangaroos are marsupials. This means that the female kangaroo has an external pouch on the front of her body. A baby kangaroo is very tiny when it is born, and it crawls at once into this pouch where it spends its first five months of life.

1. According to the text, the kangaroo ....
A. can grow as tall as a man 
B. can run faster than a car
C. can walk as soon as it is born
D. can jump over a 3 metres high fence
E. can live in a pouch during its life

2. .... are used for sitting up and for jumping ....
 A. Long tails
 B. Short legs 
 C. Body pouch
 D. Short front legs
 E. Strong back legs

3. We know from the text that kangaroo ....
 A. is smaller in size to human
 B. is an omnivorous animal
 C. has habitat in Tasmania
 D. can be called Wallaby in New Guinea
 E. has another name called Wallaby

Text 2
Question for number 4-8
Antibiotic is kind of compounds both natural and synthetic, which has function to press or stop a process of organism’s growth, particularly bacteria. Antibiotic is used to treat bacterial infections and used as a tool for genetic engineering in biotechnology. Antibiotic works as pesticides by pressing or break the chain of bacteria’s metabolism. Nevertheless, antibiotic is different with disinfectant in the process to kills bacteria. Disinfectant kills bacteria by creating an unnatural environment for germs to live.
In terms of treatment, antibiotics dubbed as “magic bullet “because antibiotic kills instantly without injuring its sufferers. Although antibiotic is good for medication, it is not effective in handling infection caused by viruses, fungi, or other nonbacterial.
Antibiotic has diverse types based on their effectiveness against bacteria. There are antibiotics that target gram- negative or gram- positive bacteria and some antibiotic has wider spectrum. The effectiveness depends on location of the infection and the ability of antibiotic to reach location of the infection. Based on how to use, antibiotics are divided into two that are oral antibiotics and antibiotic intradermal. An oral antibiotic is used by mouth while antibiotic intradermal used through anus. Intradermal antibiotic is used for serious cases.

4. What is the best tittle for the text above?
 a. How antibiotic is work
 b. The invention of antibiotic
 c. Antibiotic
 d. Kinds of antibiotic
 e. Disinfectant

5. Which one is not true?
 a. Antibiotic is used to treat bacterial infections
 b. Antibiotic is not same with disinfectant
 c. Antibiotic kills instantly without injuring its sufferers
 d. Antibiotic is effective in handling infection caused by viruses
 e. All of statement is true

6. In terms of treatment, antibiotics dubbed as “magic bullet “…. (Paragraph2)
 The underline word close in meaning to….
 a. Work
 b. Seen
 c. Say
 d. Like
 e. Call

7. What is the purpose of the text above?
 a. To inform about antibiotic
 b. To describe about antibiotic
 c. To inform about disinfectant
 d. To describe about antibiotic
 e. To entertain the reader

8. What is the main idea of the second paragraph?
 a. Antibiotic is a compound
 b. Antibiotic is good for medication
 c. Antibiotic is not good for fungi
 d. Antibiotic kill without injuring its suffers
 e. Antibiotic is magic bullet

Text 3
Natural Bridge National Park
Natural Bridge National Park is luscious tropical rainforest.
It is located 110 kilometers from south of Brisbane and is reached by following the Pacific Highway to Nerang and then by travelling through the Numinbah Valley. This scenic roadway lies in the shadow of Lamington National Park.
The phenomenon of the rock formed into a natural ‘arch’ and the cave through which a waterfall cascades is a short one-kilometer walk below a dense rainforest canopy from the main picnic area. Swimming is permitted in the rock pools. Night-time visitors to the cave will discover the unique feature of the glow worms. Picnic areas offers toilets, barbeque, shelter sheds, water and fireplaces; however, overnight camping is not permitted.

9. What is the function of paragraph 1?
 a. as an identification
 b. as an orientation
 c. as a thesis
 d. as a classification
 e. as an abstract

10. The text above is in form of………….
 a. hortatory exposition
 b. narrative
 c. description
 d. report
 e. explanation

11.What is the communicative purpose of the text?
 a. to present two points of views about natural bridge national park
 b. to explain the bridge national park
 c. to describe the bridge national park
 d. to retell the bridge national park
 e. to persuade readers to treat preserve the bridge nationl park

12. Where is the natural bridge national park located?
 a. 110 kilometers from South of Brisbane
 b. 110 kilometers from Pacific Highway
 c. 110 kilometers from Numinbah Valley
 d. 110 kilometers from Lamington National Park
 e. 110 kilometers from Nerang

13. What the visitors will see in the night?
 a. a common glow worm
 b. the unique feature of the glow worms
 c. a great dark cave
 d. the unique rocks
 e. the fantastic bridge

14. The word ‘luscious’ in the text means………..
 a. succulent
 b. dense
 c. dull
 d. dry
 e. arid

Teks 4
Question for number 15-20
Read thoroughly the lyrics of A Rocket to the Moon’s song “Ever enough”
"Ever Enough"
No I’m never gonna leave you darling
No I’m never gonna go regardless
Everything inside of me is living in your heartbeat
Even when all the lights are fading
Even then if your hope was shaking
I’m here holding on
I will always be yours forever and more
Through the push and the pull
I still drown in your love
And drink 'til I’m drunk
And all that I’ve done,
Is it ever enough
I’m hanging on a line here baby
I need more than if's and maybe's
We’ll come down from the highest heights
Still searching for the reason why
And now I know what it’s like,
Reaching from the other side
After all that I’ve done
I will always be yours forever and more
Through the push and the pull
I still drown in your love
And drink 'til I’m drunk
And all that I’ve done,
Is it ever enough?
For all that it’s worth, is it worth it?
Cause more than it’s hard to desert it
For all that it’s worth, is it worth it?
How do we know without searching?
I will write you this song to get back what’s ours
Would that be enough?
I will always be yours forever and more
Through the push and the pull
I still drown in your love
And drink 'til I’m drunk
And all that I’ve done,
Is it ever enough?
For all that it’s worth, is it worth it?
Is it ever enough?
How could we know without searching?
Is it ever enough?

15.  What is the singer or ‘I’ feeling at the beginning of the song?
a. happy  
b.  hopeful 
c.  disappointing 
d.  sad 
e.  encouraging

16.  ‘For all that it’s worth’ What does the underlined word mean?

17.   ‘Reaching from the other side’ What does the underlined word mean?
   c. treating the girl 
   d. gaining something
   e. trying to be closer

18.  ‘And now I know what it is like’ What does the underlined word refer to?
  b. the situation 3  
  c. the circumstance 4d
  d. the place
  e. the feeling

19.  ‘Cause more than it’s hard to desert it’ What does the underlined word refer to?
  b.  the hotel 3  
  c. the parents 4
  d.  the car
  e.  the atmosphere
20.  What does the phrase ‘Through the push and the pull’ mean?
  b.  when together and apart
  c.  going on together
  d.  in bad and good 5  
  e.  maintaining the relationship

Minggu, 15 Mei 2016

Candi Cangkuang and Kampung Naga

On Tuesday, 09 May 2016 at 06.00 am I along social class SMAN 3 Bandung and also teachers, tutors, Mr. Doni, Ms. Dida, Ms. Kun, Ms. Wulan, Ms. Sri gathered in the square in front of the school to go do a learning activity to Kampung Naga and Cangkuang temple located in the border area of ​​Garut-Tasikmalaya.

I was sitting with my friend for the sake of on the bus, on the way we sing and some are sleeping. we visit first to the temple Cangkuang and up at 09.30 am, when he got there we had to climb a raft used to get Cangkuang temple, having to place we split up busy capturing the image there for the task, there is no ancestral graves, temples nd there is also a museum ancestral relics of that era.

until 11:00 am there we went directly to temapat eat and to run the midday prayer worship, we eat in the area cipanas arrowroot, we eat rice along with chicken, tofu, mendoan, sambal and there are fresh vegetables as well as we sorted out our meal to worship. then the students visited minimarket to buy a snack, and then we re-assembled on the bus untunk travel to Naga village
we arrived at Kampung Naga at 02.00 pm and the journey to Kampung Naga is heavily trafficked, when he got there we were and his entourage were welcomed by the residents there and to get to Kampung Naga, we must pass 439 stairs in the rain but we remain excited, there are two forest that first forbidden forest that should not be anyone in the visit because in order to keep the preservation of nature, which is both sacred forests there can only be visited by the head of the tribe's ancestors, the state of Kampung Naga really still thick customary that the building at all, tidaka electricity, and there are only animals chickens only, the cool air makes us feel at home there. after we selasai menusuri the village, we went on our way home at 06:00 the night we were visiting the rest area to do dinner and evening prayers, after which we went on our way home and arrived at school at 09.30 night



Rabu, 04 Mei 2016


Education is an activity that is conscious, organized, and planned in the aim of changing behavior in the desired direction.

Education is a conscious and deliberate effort to create an atmosphere of learning and learning or training so that learners can actively develop their potentials in order to have the spiritual strength of religious, emotional, self-control, personality, intelligence and noble character, and skills needed him and society ,

Hopefully, we know from the definition of education could be our motivation to further the spirit of the nation's children continues and continues to develop education Indonesia to always better.

Minggu, 01 Mei 2016

My Favorite Song



When she was just a girl
She expected the world
But it flew away from her reach
So she ran away in her sleep
Dreamed of para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Every time she closed her eyes
Whoa-oh-oh oh-oooh oh-oh-oh

When she was just a girl
She expected the world
But it flew away from her reach
And the bullets catch in her teeth

Life goes on
It gets so heavy
The wheel breaks the butterfly
Every tear, a waterfall
In the night, the stormy night
She closed her eyes
In the night, the stormy night
Away she'd fly.

And dreamed of para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Whoa-oh-oh oh-oooh oh-oh-oh

She dreamed of para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Whoa-oh-oh oh-oooh oh-oh-oh.

La la la La
La la la

So lying underneath those stormy skies.
She said oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh.
I know the sun must set to rise.

This could be para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
This could be para- para- paradise
Whoa-oh-oh oh-oooh oh-oh-oh.

This could be para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Could be para- para- paradise
Whoa-oh-oh oh-oooh oh-oh-oh.

This could be para- para- paradise
Para- para- paradise
Could be para- para- paradise
Whoa-oh-oh oh-oooh oh-oh-oh.

Oo-oo-oo, oo-oo-oo, oo-oo-oo
Oo-oo-oo, oo-oo-oo, oo-oo-oo 
Singer's interpretation : 
"a little girl who hope in the world, close your eyes every time he hopes that his dream will come true. but he could not achieve his dreams could only dream in his sleep, a dream that all of them come true. and this song teaches about optimistic that continue to fight and try to achieve his dreams because life is not always smooth"

My interpretation :
the meaning of this song in my opinion do not know why, every heard this song definitely sad, keinget childhood dreams once beautiful and deket buildup after big already feel pathetic and very far away. This song tells about the overall big dreams of someone, but eventually he realized, the reality is not as beautiful as hope, he was despairing but he finally understood, that there are many new dream that can be realized. Sempet of this song has an idea writings but because I was lazy writer, the idea was not finished-finished



My Holiday

on Thursday, the 2nd of January 2016 I was with my mother and my two younger twin man holidaying in the area of ​​Bandung, Bandung us to visit Park City Hall (Taman Balai Kota)  is located at Jl. Wastukencana No. 2, Babakan Ciamis, West Java, Indonesia.
Regional Parks Hall are free and open, there are some facilities of which there is a padlock of love, rhino statue, not far from the statue of rhino there are statues of carp, there is also the tap water is ready to drink, gazebo which is fenced in but also we can sit in a child the gazebo stairs, sculpture Dewi Sartika Radan, there are also the Masjid Al-Ukhwuwah, and there are also new facilities are the sports arena, there is also a health center and its definitely there is also an office for employees
There are many teenagers who danced, many tourists who simply recognize and perpetuate the places and facilities there, many are visiting with family, etc.
Sometimes there is always a "bandros" meaning Bandung Tour on Bus double-decker bus that resembles his worth in Europe, "bandros" has two levels and its surrounding area in the city of Bandung such as jl. Sunda
Continue telling my holiday with the family, in Park City Hall Bandung we perpetuate some pictures there

Sabtu, 30 April 2016

museum geologi bandung

on Thursday January 21 2016 Social Class SMAN 3 Bandung visit to the Museum of Geology to perform the task of Geography. Geological Museum is located at Jalan Diponegoro, it is not far from Pusdai.
We went there at 9:00, a few students go there by car school, but most of the boys rode their bikes for cars schools which do not include all students. I went to use the school car and sat in front with one of my friends.
when he got there we were lined up and got the last ticket in the invite entry by employees there.On the 1st floor tedapat 1.Ruang orientation in the middle, space orientation contain a geographical map of Indonesia in the form of wide screen reliefs showing geological activities in the form of animation, walk-in services museum information and education services and research.2.Ruang the West Wing, a special room known as Geologic Indonesia, which consists of several cubicles space that will provide information about the hypothesis of the formation around the Earth in the solar system, which formed a regional tectonic order Indonesian geology, geological situation Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi, Maluku and Nusa Tenggara and Irian Jaya and a number of fossils and fossil human history according to Darwinian evolution3.Ruang East Wing, is a room that will describe the history of the growth and development of living things (evolution), from primitive to modern zamanmanusia, who inhabit this planet known as life history room, then set-ancient human skull fossil found in Indonesia, as well as the history of the formation of ancient legendary Bandung Lake
On the second floor there are 3 parts of eastern, central and western.Eastern part lies an information-space benefits and usefulness of stone or mineral for the human record of exploration and exploitation of mineral resources in Indonesia, information about usage of minerals in everyday life, whether traditional or modern, information processing and management of mineral and energy commodities, information on different types of geological hazards (negative aspect), such as landslide, volcanic eruptions, and so on, information about the positive aspects of geology, especially related to the symptoms of volcanoes, information on water resources and their utilization, as well as environmental influences on resource sustainability.
2nd floor living room mockups information about gold mining in the world, located in the Middle Mountains of Irian Jaya as stones from Papua (Irian Jaya), Miniature drill Miniature drilling of oil and natural gas.And on the 2nd floor 2nd floor west room for staff Bandung Geology Museum

From each entered the room to us mengamti and read the information, and of course its our air photos there to fulfill the task of English and for memories also that we've been to Bandung Geology Museum along social class SMAN 3 Bandung and suddenly Mr. Priyadi, our geography teacher told him he should go back to school, because there are visitors who wanted to meet him. He said that if we are bored, we could leave and go home and we said yes!
But, after Mr. Priyadi go, we did not come home, we still go around there, see a lot of interesting things. In Geology Museum we saw many types of rocks, fossils of ancient creatures, and also learn about the structure of the earth.
I think, the most interesting in the Museum of Geology is when we all tried earthquake simulator. Security kept an eye on us when we tried it. It was hillarious!
Not long after that, we finished our tour, so we went to the front room and suddenly Mr. Priyadi appear there and say that we could come back if we wanted to. So, we went back to school, because we have a German class.
So, I think a visit to the Museum of Geology are so cute! We can do external studies which are not boring. It also gives me a lot of new experiences, because when I first visited, long ago, I do not pay attention to all the information about a lot of things there