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Article posted May 3, 2011 at 12:26 PM GMT0 • comment • Reads 34

 



جني شكرجيان


درس لن ينساه التمساح


 


زعموا ان في حديقة الملك العظيم حيوانات كبيرة وصغيرة... ذات يوم التقى تمساح بفأرة صغيرة. قال لها ساخراً منها: "كم انت صغيرة وضعيفة !!! انظري الي، انا تمساح كبير وملك الانهار ".


اجابت الفأرة بصوتها الناعم: " لا تسخر مني يا صديقي... انا صغيرة الحجم ولكنني قوية من الداخل..."


-        انظري الى فمي الكبير واسناني الحادي، يمكنني اكلك عندما اريد!!!


-        اياك يا تمساح فلا تخشى من المظاهر ، سوف يأتي يوم تطلب مني النجد!!!


بعد ذلك ضحك التمساح وغطس في النهر . اكمل الحاكي القصة قائلاً لي: كما تنبأت الفأرة حصل. وقع التمساح في فخ وضعه الملك في حديقته ، اخذ يصرخ ورجف من الخوف.


-        النجدة! النجدة! من سيساعدني اخرج من هذا الفخ المخيف؟؟؟


كانت الفأرة تنتظر هذا اليوم بفارغ الصبر ، فاقتربت منه وقالت:


-        يا تمساح لماذا لا تخرج نفسك من هذا الفخ ؟ انت ملك النهر!!!


-        لا اقدر ان اتحرك ! ساعديني ارجوك !!! لن اسخر منك بعد اليوم اعدك!!!


-        انا فأرة صغيرة وحجمي سيساعدني . دخلت الفأرة الفخ واخذت تأكل الشبك بأسنانها الصغيرة والقوية. بعد ساعات من الاشغال الشاقة ، فلت حبل الشبك وخرج التمساح منه ، وقال لها:


-        سامحيني ارجوك يا فأرتي اللطيفة انني كنت مزعجاً بحقك. انا آسف وارجو منك ان تنسي ما قلت لك.


فرحت الفأرة وقالت له :


-        ليكن كلامك درس للحياة... فلا تنظر الى حجم خصمك وتسخر منه فان الخالق خلقنا كلنا متساوين واعطانا صفات مميزة لكي نقاوم صعوبات هذه الحياة.


 

Article posted May 3, 2011 at 12:26 PM GMT0 • comment • Reads 34



Article posted May 3, 2011 at 12:21 PM GMT0 • comment • Reads 45

 



هرتي البيضاء


 


 


هرتي البيضاء


تركضُ في الحقول ِ الخضراء


تأكل عشرَ حباتٍ في النهار


و تلعبُ بجانبِ النار


هرّتي ، هرّتي أنتِ سعادتي وفرحي


أحبّك ِ وأرعاكِ


كلّ أيام حياتي !


 


 


                                             بقلم الشاّعرة جني شكردجيان

Article posted May 3, 2011 at 12:21 PM GMT0 • comment • Reads 45



Article posted March 7, 2011 at 09:29 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 34

 



 



So much Depends upon



A student



Searching websites



Seeking knowledge



 



So much depends upon



A short communications



Among leaders



That will defiantly



lead to a better society



and eventually a better future



 



So much depends upon



A library



That is saturated with



Intriguing and tempting books



 



So much depends upon



A candle



Flickering in the pitch black night



Casting shadows left and right



 



So much depends upon  



A thorn on a rose



Causing the oozing of your



precious blood

Article posted March 7, 2011 at 09:29 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 34



Article posted February 17, 2011 at 06:01 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 37

 



 



Have you seen what happened in Egypt and Tunisia? Well, a president should be there to help his people not the other way around. A president needs to be understanding, and certainly tolerant. When there is an argument the president must see all sides of argument, he should be democratic. A president should provide opportunities as well as chances to work and survive in a decent manner.


 


A president should not steal money from his citizens, he should not lie, and abuse the confidence of his people and his electors. He should not preach for war, but for peace, and peace should be his main goal. He should not spend the money of the country for his own pleasure or needs. He also should encourage scientific researches because it helps us find cures for many illnesses…


 


He should stay modest with everyone, and stay close to his people all the time. He must schedule visits to hospitals and the poor neighborhoods. A president is and has to be a role model to his people, but last but not least don’t forget what the president John F. Kennedy said: “don’t ask what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country”

Article posted February 17, 2011 at 06:01 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 37



Article posted February 8, 2011 at 02:09 PM GMT0 • comment (1) • Reads 33

I Am From


 


I am from a modest family.


I am from parents that care about me


I am from two brothers that love to tease.


I am from a religious family but definitely not fanatic.


I am from a family that beliefs that childhood is a precious thing.


I am from a family that likes to explore Europe, Asia, and America


I am from a family that strongly beliefs in education


I am from a family that is very athletic and creative.


I am from a family that likes to ski, in other countries.


I am from a country that was attacked by the Turkish Ottoman Empire.


I am from the first country to adopt Christianity.


I am from a country that is still fighting for its right.


I am from a school that is open to all cultures.


I am from teachers who provide, or create, a safe and welcoming environment to their students.


I am from teachers that teach us to become a citizen of character.


I am from teachers who teach us life skills.


I am a 10 year old girl that is tolerant respectful and transparent.


I am a girl that always wants to work harder to achieve her goals.


I am a girl that believes in never giving up.


I am a girl who wants to realize her dreams.


I am from 2 friends that encourage me and stand by my side when I’m in a desperate need.


I am from a mother and father who thinks that I am her best part of their life……

Article posted February 8, 2011 at 02:09 PM GMT0 • comment (1) • Reads 33



Article posted December 2, 2010 at 07:34 PM GMT0 • comment • Reads 51

 



 




It was a stormy night in February 15 of the year 1564 when I was born, in Pisa Italy. I was one of six children of Vincenzo Galilei. My full name is Galileo di Vincenzo Bonaiuti de' Galilei, At the age of 8, my family moved to Florence, but I was left with Jacopo Borghini for two years. I then was educated at Camaldolese Monasteryat Vallombros.


 


I had a medical degree at the University of Pisa at my father's urging but I did not complete this degree, but instead I studied mathematics. In 1589, I was appointed to the chair of mathematics in Pisa. In the year 1591 my father died. In 1592, I moved to the University of Padua, teaching geometry, mechanics, and astronomy until 1610. During this period I made significant discoveries in both pure fundamental science as well as practical applied science (for example, strength of materials and improvement of the telescope). My multiple interests included the astronomy. Based only on uncertain descriptions of the first practical telescope, invented by Hans Lippersheyin the Netherlands in 1608.in the following year, I made a telescope with about 3x magnification. I later made improved versions with up to about 30x magnification. With a my telescope the observer could see magnified, upright images on the earth, it was what is commonly known as spyglass. I could also use it to observe the sky for a time I was one of those who could construct telescopes good enough for that purpose. I made original contributions to the science of motion through an innovative combination of experiment and mathematics. More typical of science at the time were the qualitative studies of William Gilbert, on magnetism and electricity. My father, Vincenzo Galilei, a lutenist and music theorist had performed experiments establishing perhaps the oldest known non-linear relation in physics: for a stretched string, the pitch varies as the square root of the tension. These observations lay within the framework of the Pythagorean tradition of music, well-known to instrument makers, which included the fact that subdividing a string by a whole number produces a harmonious scale.


 


Although, a limited amount of mathematics had long related music and physical science, and when I was young could see my own father's observations expand on that tradition. I also discovered that all planets are round including earth and that earth wasn’t flat. My theoretical and experimental work on the motions of bodies, along with the largely independent work of Kepler and René Descartes, was a precursor of the classical mechanics developed by Sir Isaac Newton. My mathematical methods were the standard ones of the day. The analysis and proofs relied heavily on the Eudoxian theory of proportion, as set forth in the fifth book of Euclid's Elements .My early works describing scientific instruments include the 1586 tract entitled “The Little Balance “(La Billancetta) describing an accurate balance to weigh objects in air or water and the 1606 printed manual Le Operazioni del Compasso Geometrico et Militare on the operation of a geometrical and military compass. In the beginning of January 1642 I felt very ill and passing away at the age of 77 and I wished to be buried next to my fathers and other ancestors in Basilica of Santa Croce.


 




 



 



 

Article posted December 2, 2010 at 07:34 PM GMT0 • comment • Reads 51



Article posted December 2, 2010 at 04:50 PM GMT0 • comment (1) • Reads 37

You, human, you cut me off, use me to keep yourself hot, and even worse children stabbing me and pulling my arms out of my body. People writing their names on me or drawing on me, or even chopping me of leaving part of my body on the floor. Using me to make yourself comfortable by making chairs tables, beds, etc…Out of me and then animals come and start using me as a wash room, using me to make paper. Why oh do you use me to make all this when I can provide you with some things no one can provide you with and these some things are: oxygen ,which keeps you alive, I take carbon dioxide because it’s bad for you, and I give you lots and lots of fruits.

Article posted December 2, 2010 at 04:50 PM GMT0 • comment (1) • Reads 37



Article posted December 2, 2010 at 09:51 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 42

 



 


Who said that a fifth doesn’t know how to prepare a slide and use a microscope properly? Well yes, a few weeks ago on October 5 at 11 o’clock Mrs. Rishani took us to the middle school science lab.


 


When we arrived to the science lab we prepared our own slides by using onion cells. We took a small piece of onion and put it on a slide we put iodine on it, and then covered it with a small piece of glass. Then I put it under the microscope. I was mesmerized! It was like a dream! The cells were rectangular I could see the cell wall and other organelles. Afterwards we prepared animal cells. we took a cotton bud and rubbed it on the inside part of our cheek, then I put Methelyn blue and put a small piece of glass on it .After that I put it under the microscope but this time I was even more exited that I started to jump I felt like my heart was going to explode. This time the cells were circular.


 


   When it was time to leave I felt so I had to leave this wonderful and learning experience that I will never forget in my whole entire life.

Article posted December 2, 2010 at 09:51 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 42



Article posted November 30, 2010 at 01:22 PM GMT0 • comment (1) • Reads 40

1)I am 10 years old.



2)I have 2 brothers but I don't have a sister.



3)My favorite subject is Science.



4)My favorite food is Steak



5)I love doing arts and crafts



6)One of my favorite cities to visit is London



7)I've been to many countries some of them are:Italy,Sweden,Norway,Denmark,France,USA,England.

Article posted November 30, 2010 at 01:22 PM GMT0 • comment (1) • Reads 40



Article posted February 13, 2009 at 10:45 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 33

Comment tu t’appelles?

Je m’appelle Genny



Tu as quel âge? J’ai huit ans.



Tu as des frères et des sœurs ?

J’ai deux frères.

Je n’ai pas de sœur.

Tu as un animal?

Je n’ ai pas d’animal.



Article posted February 13, 2009 at 10:45 AM GMT0 • comment • Reads 33



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