Animal Games Three Zones to Make Friends

Animal Games Three Zones to Make Friends

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The animal kingdom in Indonesia is divided into three dispersal areas with Webber Line and Wallace Line as a barrier, ie Fauna Asiatis, Fauna Australis, and Transitional Fauna. Fauna Asiatis which has another name of Sunda Fauna inhabits the area of ??Sumatra, Kalimantan, Java, and Bali. While Fauna Australis also called Fauna Dataran Sahul can be found in Irian Jaya and surrounding islands. The name is based on the similarity with the animals that live on the Australian continent. Further Fauna The transition that inhabits the area between Asiatic Fauna (limited by Wallace Line) and Fauna Australis (limited by Gord Webber). Then how exciting game inspired from this animal kingdom?

Homeschoolers Junior-Senior High School Homeschooling Kak Seto (HSKS) Jatibening had the honor of trying out a sporty game designed by their teacher's brothers to hone their brains as well as establish a friendly friendship between them while following the Student Orientation Period (MOS) which was held on Tuesday morning ( 30/6) and then in the Hall of Rumah Belajar Persada, Jatibening, Bekasi. Beginning with a rush of picking up randomly distributed cards on the floor of the Hall. The cards contain various names of fauna and flora; the latter grouped on the basis of its benefits to mankind, namely plantation crops, agricultural crops, and ornamental plants. They then look for friends with cards with the same zones of shared fauna or similar flora, greet each other, and form groups.

After that they had a group discussion while lesehan to create a kind of fauna / flora description based on the cards they had taken, appointed the chairman, and made a presentation about the results of their discussion. After the presentation and watching a short film about the biological richness of Indonesia, then began a round that requires muscle and brain agility through the Jeep Search Session begins. There are six posts that they must attend in groups to solve the challenges that are already available there. The first post is determined based on the results of the preparation of puzzle flakes that must be composed by each group to form a picture of a particular flora or fauna. The posts were then directed by the respective post keepers.

The challenge they have to face at the Night Space Post is that each member of the group must provide facts or opinions about the flora / fauna case study provided by the postal guardian's brother. They should describe the flora / fauna whose description was given by the teacher's sister at the Rafflesia Room Post. While the Posters of the Moon Orchid Room Post asked them to line up parallel and make the sentence capitalize the last word of the phrase composed by a friend standing next to it, and so on.

Then each member of the group should express thoughts to answer the question How do you stand in preserving the environment? at the Komodo Post Room and the member who gets the last turn in charge of making a conclusion on the opinions conveyed by his friends. Spelling skills are required when each member is required to decipher the names of the flora / fauna given in English at the Rabbit Room Post. Filling in crossword puzzles (TTS) is a challenge that awaits them in the Cendrawasih Post Room.

After exploring the six track search posts, the homeschoolers returned to the Hall for their introductions with their own walikelas, received announcements, and the photo together became the closing moments of the MOS series of HSPS Junior-Senior High School Jatibening 2015/2016 academic year that brought the theme of Flora and Fauna Mainland for its teaching curriculum.

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