(An Experiences/ Sebuah Pengalaman)
(Alumni Siswa SBI SMAN 1 Banjar, Jawa Barat)
Ucapan Terima Kasih Kepada:
Bpk. Onni Jamhari Ph.D.
(Doktor Linguistik Stanford University)
Bpk. Taufik Hidayat M.Si., Ph.D.
(Doktor Bioteknologi Tokyo University)
Ibu. Dra. Satya Utari M.Si.
(Peneliti Senior Lesson Study UPI)
Bpk. Insan Arif H., S.Pd., M.Si.
(Dosen Fisika, dan Peneliti Muda Sekolah Bertaraf Internasional UPI)
Just Smile a While!
Logika Si Kabayan
Dina hija waktu, si Kabayan luha - loho ka warung. Manehna nanya ka anu jaga warung, "Coca Cola sabaraha hargana?"
"Tilu rebu," jawab nu jaga.
"Cik meuli hiji!" ceuk si kabayan.Keur kitu si Kabayan ningali aya Fanta.
"Ari Fanta sabaraha?" ceuk si Kabayan.
"Sami tilu rebu!" ceuk nu jaga.
"Ari kitu mah tukeurkeun wae ieu Coca Cola teh kana Fanta!" Geus narima Fanta Si Kabayan ngaleos. Ku tukang warung dihulag,
"Bayar heula kabayan!"
"Naha make kudu mayar sagala?" ceuk si Kabayan. "Kapan Fanta mah panukeuran Coca-Cola?!".
"Tapi pan Coca Cola na can dibayar!" ceuk nu boga warung.
"Naha make kudu mayar, pan Coca Cola na ge geus dipulangkeun deui ku uing ...................."
(Komunitas Urang Sunda)
The term student is usually reserved for people studying at University level in the UK. Children studying at school are called pupils.
Students In England and Ireland
In England and Wales, teenagers in the last two years of school are called "sixth formers". If pupils follow the average pattern of school attendance, pupils will be in the "lower sixth" between the ages of 16 and 17, and the "upper sixth" between 17 and 18. They "go up" to University after the upper sixth.
In Scotland pupils sit Higher at the end of fifth year (when aged 16-17) after which it is possible for them to gain entry to university. However, many do not achieve the required grades and remain at school for sixth year. Even among those that do achieve the necessary grades it is common to remain at school and undertake further study (i.e. other subjects or Advanced Higher) and then start university at the same time as their friends and peers.
Students in United States
Before first year
Some schools use the term "prefrosh" or "pre-frosh" to describe their newly admitted students. Schools often offer a campus preview weekend for prefroshes to know the schools better. A student is considered a prefrosh until he or she registers for the first class.
A freshman (slang alternatives that are usually derogatory in nature include "fish", "fresher", "frosh", "newbie", "freshie", "snotter", "fresh-meat", etc.) is a first-year student in college, university or high school. The less-commongender-neutral synonym "first-year student" exists; the variation "freshperson" is rare.
In many traditions there is a remainder of the ancient (boarding, pre-commuting) tradition of fagging. He may also be subjected to a period of hazing or ragging as a pledge(r) or rookie, especially if joining a fraternity/sorority or certain other clubs, mainly athletic teams. For example, many high schools have initiation methods for freshmen, including, but not limited to, Freshman Duct-taped Throw, Freshman races, Freshman Orientation, Freshman Freshening (referring to poor hygiene among freshmen), and the Freshman Spread.
Even after that, specific rules may apply depending on the school's traditions (e.g., wearing a distinctive beanie), non-observance of which may result in punishment in which the paddle may come into play.
In the U.S., a sophomore is a second-year student. Folk etymology has it that the word means "wise fool"; consequently "sophomoric" means "pretentious, bombastic, inflated in style or manner; immature, crude, superficial" (according to the Oxford English Dictionary). It appears to be most likely formed from Greek "sophos", meaning "wise", and "moros" meaning "foolish", although it may also have separately originated from the word "sophumer", an obsolete variant of "sophism". Outside of the U.S. the term "sophomore" is rarely used, with second-year students simply called "second years".
In the U.S. a "junior" is a student in the penultimate (usually third) year and a "senior" a student in the last (usually fourth) year of college, university, or high school. A college student who takes more than the normal number of years to graduate is sometimes referred to as a "super senior". The term "underclassman" is used to refer collectively to freshmen and sophomores, and "upperclassman" to refer collectively to juniors and seniors, sometimes even sophomores. The term "middler" is used to describe a third-year student of a school (generally college) which offers five years of study. In this situation, the fourth and fifth years would be referred to as "junior" and "senior" years, respectively.
1. Lulusan standar Internasional,
2. Kurikulum standar internasional,
3. PBM standar internasional,
4. SDM standar internasional,
5. Fasilitas standar internasional,
6. Manajemen standar internasional,
7. Pembiayaan standar internasional,
8. Penilaian standar internasional.
menguasai dan terampil menggunakan ICT,
mampu debat dengan Bahasa Inggris,
terdapat juara internasional dalam bidang:
mampu menyelesaikan, tugas–tugas dan mengumpulkan portofolio dengan baik,
mampu meyampaikan/mendemonstrasikan tugas-tugas dari guru/sekolah,
mampu melaksanakan eksprimen dalam pengembangan pengetahuan dan keterampilan,
mampu menemukan / membuktikan pengalaman belajarnya dengan berbagai karya,
mampu menulis dan mengarang dengan bahasa asing atau dengan bahasa Indonesia yang baik dan benar,
memperoleh kejuaraan olimpiade internasional dalam bidang:
stronomi, dan atau lainnya
Iditunjukkan dengan sertifikat internasional),
NUAN rata-rata tinggi (> 7,5),
memiliki kemampuan penguasaan teknologi dasar,
memiliki dokumen dan pelaksanaan, pengelolaan kegiatan belajar secara baik (ada perencanaan, pengorganisasian, pelaksanaan, pengkoordinasian, dan evaluasi) dari lulusan, menguasai budaya bangsa lain, memiliki dokumen karya tulis, nilai, dll tentang pemahaman budaya bangsa lain dari lulusan,
memiliki pemahaman terhadap kepedulian dengan lingkungan sekitar sekolah, baik lingkungan sosial, fisik maupun budaya,
1. KEJUJURAN YANG KONSISTEN
2. PENGUASAAN BAHASA INGGRIS YANG MATANG
3. PENGUASAAN ICT (TEKNOLOGI INFORMASI & KOMUNIKASI) YANG MEMADAI
4. MAMPU MENULIS DAN MEMPUBLIKASIKAN KARYA-KARYA ILMIAH
Terampil menulis dan mempublikasikan Karya-karya Ilmiah, siswa akan mendapat kepercayaan dari masyarakat Luas, terutama oleh masyarakat AKADEMIS.
Prospective international students
* They may have difficulties in obtaining a long term work visa.
* They may face as a consequence large salary gaps in comparison to their fellow nationals.
* The tuition fees may be too high with respect to their work prospects.
* They may be barred from high profile jobs where citizenship is a prerequisite.
What Comes Of Tomorrow
Joy is what fills the heart of they
which hold within the mysteries of a friend
A passion unknown unto words
Within them fall the tears of all things they endure as one
And from their eyes diamonds fall,
So precious every one
Dear within, the memories they caress with sorrow
And gather them today, for what may come of tomorrow
Priceless ever are these moments that we spend with those so dear
Comforting now to know that they are near
Yet there comes a day when they see the eagle soar
And feel within their hearts
A passion so much more
As we stand beside them when that gleam glows in their eyes
What comes of tomorrow
My friend's lost paradise
And though a distant barrier wells up within the heart
There is a joy inside
To know the joy of a dawning start
Standing there beside them on that road to paradise
We say farewell and weep
Knowing they must also compromise
And so we hold them close and whisper in their ear
Please take with you these memories.
Then from the eyes,
Thanks for all
* Himpunan Alumni SBI SMAN 1 Banjar
* Banjar Cyber School
* The Sundanese Cyber School
* ISS (International Students Service)
* MIT-Harvard Open Course Ware
* Nafsa: Association of International Educators
* International Union of Students
* Cultural Experiences Abroad
Teaching International Students
Oleh: Jude Carroll, Janette Ryan
# ^ Nightwork: A History of Hacks and Pranks at MIT by T.F. Peterson (Paperback - 1 April 2003)
# ^ If at All Possible, Involve a Cow: The Book of College Pranks by Neil Steinberg (Paperback - 1992)
# ^ MIT 'hacks' mark Sept. 11 with a fake fire truck - Local News Updates - The Boston Globe
* 1. http://www.ielts.org/ IELTS
* 2. http://www.ets.org TOEFL
* 3. http://french.about.com/ DELF
* 4. www.banjarcyberschool.co.cc
* 5. http://smansabanrsbi.blogspot.com/ (Web RSBI SMAN 1 Banjar)
* 6. http://seneby.wordpress.com/
1. Achmad Yozar P. (UNSOED)
2. Ade Akhyar N. (UNSOED)
3. Adinugroho S. (UNSOED)
4. Aditya Wahyu T. (IPB)
5. Agung Febrianto (UNSOED)
6. Ani Herawati (UNPAD)
7. Arif Nurahman (UPI)
8. Christian Suhindar (MARANATHA)
9. Diah Restu W. (STMB)
10. Dian Cesar M. (UPI)
11. Dian Hadiana (IT Telkom)
12. Dine Risdiani (UPI)
13. Dini Mahdiani (ITB)
14. Dita Juwita S. (UNPAD)
15. Estin Nofiyanti (UNY)
16. Ferra Wulandari D.S. (UPI)
17. Fitri Dwiyanti (STIS)
18. Fitria Intansari (UPI)
19. Genta Nazwar T. (UNPAD)
20. Gina Riadilah (STAN IM)
21. Ginanjar Fahrul M. (ITB)
22. Hendri Agus H. (AKMIL Magelang)
23. Heni Henrayani (UPI)
24. Irene K. (UNSOED)
25. Ita Dwi K. (IPB)
26. Kurniawan (STIKES BP)
27. Lia Rosmalia (UPI)
28. Meta N. (MARANATHA)
29. Lucky Nurhalim (STMB)
30. Merry Anggraeni (UNY)
31. Nano Kuswoyo (UNSOED)
32. Nararya Rahadyan B. (UNY)
33. Novia W. (STA Bandung)
34. Putri Ayu K. (UNPAD)
35. Ricky Taufiqurrohman (UGM)
36. Riki (Universitas Indonesia)
37. Rina (ST Islam)
38. Sesty Dian R. (UNPAD)
39. Tria Yodhiaswara (UNSOED)
40. Yuni Susilawati (UPI)
41. Yuyun Rahayu (UPI)