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Beasiswa Jepang

November 19, 2010

Active international exchange is now taking place throughout many parts of the world, and there are now said to be more than 1.5 million foreign students studying around the globe. Of them, 132,720 (as of May 1, 2009) are studying in Japan. What is it that attracts these students to Japan?

High Educational Standards and Excellent Research Environment
The greatest appeal of studying in Japan is its academic environment where one can study state-of-the-art technology and acquire the knowledge that enabled Japan’s phenomenal postwar economic growth. Whether it is electronics, Japanese literature, medicine or international business administration, Japanese universities and other institutes of higher education can offer course studies or research programs of virtually any field. The ratio of students who go on to universities (undergraduate level) and junior colleges (regular courses) is also very high in Japan at 55.3% (Source: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) “Statistical Abstract 2009 edition”). This figure is indicative of the high standard of education in Japan. Many institutions of higher education, such as universities and junior colleges, are well equipped with fine research, computer, and library facilities and enable students to carry out their research in an excellent environment.
The awarding of the Nobel Prize to four Japanese scientists in 2008 is still fresh in our minds. Mr. Osamu Shimomura received the prize in chemistry for “the discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein, GFP.” The Nobel Prize in physics was shared by three Japanese scientists—Mr. Yoichiro Nanbu was awarded for “the discovery of the mechanism of spontaneous broken symmetry in subatomic physics”; and Mr. Makoto Kobayashi and Mr. Toshihide Masukawa, for the development of the Kobayashi-Masukawa Theory and the discovery of the origin of the broken CP-symmetry, which opened up new ground in subatomic physics. Mr. Kobayashi and Mr. Masukawa were honored for the results of work done in Japan, an indication of the high level of research conducted in Japan. As of 2007, 8.2% of published academic papers were produced by Japanese researchers. (Source: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) “Statistical Abstract 2009 edition”).
Many leading figures who are playing an active role in the world today have the experience of studying in Japan. The network of coursemates that you can build in Japan will undoubtedly become an invaluable asset for your future career.
Please read the messages from Japan alumni to find out more:

http://www.studyjapan.go.jp/en/ath/ath05e.html

Rich Culture: Coexistence of Tradition and Cutting-edge High Technology
Modern Japanese culture and society consist of a diverse mix of the old and new, the East and West, and the natural and artificial. These seemingly contradictory elements coexist in harmony in Japan. For example, it is not unusual to see an old Buddhist temple and a modern skyscraper standing next to each other.
With age-old Japanese traditions – as typified by those nurtured from the Azuchi-Momoyama Period (late 16th to early 17th century) to the Edo Period, which lasted nearly 300 years – at its foundation, Japan flexibly assimilated the culture of Western civilization later introduced to its soil. However, even with the rapid growth of Japanese economy and the development of advanced technology after World War II, Japan continued to retain its original culture as well. That is to say, the old and new have coexisted until today. This is what brought about Japan’s diversity and fascination which still attracts many foreigners.
Japan is also a country with rich nature, diverse topography, and beautiful turns of the seasons. Haiku verse which has blossomed by absorbing the natural essence of each season is an example of a very unique Japanese literary culture. The country’s rich variety of local festivals, annual events, and folk entertainment are also most likely the result of Japan’s nature and topography.
If you have been in Japan, you might say that you are a big fan of hot spring resorts, “Onsen”, a unique Japanese version of the spas. Others may know about J-Pop, Japanese films, or even the nail arts. Even those who have never been in Japan may be interested in the beauty and delicacy of Japanese cuisine – some says that it must be enjoyed with both the eye and palate – as well as Japanese culture represented by in Kimono, tea ceremony and Ikebana flower arrangement, or traditional sports such as Judo, Kendo and Naginata.
There are many, many other things that make Japan attractive. Let us take a glance at a few of them.
Japanese Arts and Crafts
Japan boasts extraordinary skills and techniques in the production of arts and crafts. For example, Japanese lacquer is known around the world as “japan,” the very name of the country in which it originated. Characterized by its unique texture and gloss, Japanese lacquer ware gives forth an air of sublime beauty.
There were times when Japanese arts and crafts were so popular that it had a substantial influence on Western art. For example, the influence of Japanese porcelain was indispensable for development of the now world-famous Meissen chinaware. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Japanese Imari porcelain (Arita ware), like Chinese porcelain, was greatly adored and treasured, especially by European royalty and the nobility, who valued it as much as gold and silver. At that time, Europeans did not possess the skills to make pure white, thin and hard porcelain. The desire and the passion to manufacture porcelain emerged from the admiration for Japanese porcelain, which resulted in the development of Meissen china. The decoration of Meissen china was styled after Imari porcelain, a trend that continues to this day.
From the late 19th to the early 20th century, a vogue for Japanese culture called “Japonisme” appeared in Europe and the United States. Japanese arts and crafts heavily influenced the Art Nouveau movement, and impressionist artists such as Claude Monet and Pierre Auguste Renoir, who created many masterpieces, were strongly influenced by Japanese Ukiyo-e wood prints.
Japanese arts and crafts have a very long history and are highly appreciated for fine technical qualities and beauty. They continue to be loved around the world.
Japan’s World Oldest in the Arts

- Horyu-ji Temple: With a history of 1,400 years, Horyu-ji Temple is the world’s oldest wooden structure. It is also the first Heritage to be nominated from Japan.
- Noh and Kyogen: Noh and Kyogen are the world’s oldest existing performance art with a history of about 600 years. They are designated an intangible cultural heritage.
- Gagaku: Performed for over 1,200 years, the music and dance of Japan’s imperial court, Gagaku, is the world’s oldest form of orchestral music.
- Manyoshu: Containing about 4,500 long poems, short poems and other styles of Japanese poetry spanning about 350 years, beginning with the early 5th century, the Manyoshu is the world’s oldest existing collection of poetry. The collected poems are profoundly seeped with a deep sense of humanity that straightforwardly expresses real-life emotions.
Japanese Animation

As you may recall, at the 81st Academy Awards the 2008 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film went to the Japanese film La Maison en Petits Cubes (Tsumiki no ie). The film had already been honored at numerous other film festivals both in Japan and abroad, including the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France, where it received the Cristal d’Annecy. The Oscar was the culmination of a 20 award winning streak.
There are many different ways of studying in Japan. Regardless of the course you choose, from Japanese-language training to postgraduate studies, we are confident that coming in touch with Japanese culture and lifestyles will prove to be an invaluable experience for you.

akarta, 10 Mei 2010
BEASISWA PEMERINTAH JEPANG (MONBUKAGAKUSHO) TAHUN 2011
UNTUK LULUSAN SEKOLAH LANJUTAN TINGKAT ATAS (SLTA)
1. Kedutaan Besar Jepang menawarkan Beasiswa Pemerintah Jepang (Monbukagakusho) kepada siswa-siswi Indonesia lulusan Sekolah Lanjutan Tingkat Atas (SLTA) untuk melanjutkan pendidikan ke Universitas (S-1), College of Technology (D-3) atau Professional Training College (D-2) di Jepang mulai tahun akademik 2011 (April 2011). Pelamar hanya bisa mendaftar 1 (satu) program dari S-1, D-3, atau D-2.

Syarat-syarat pengambilan formulir bagi calon pelamar sebagai berikut:
(1)Lahir antara tanggal 2 April 1989 dan tanggal 1 April 1994.
(2)Membawa foto kopi Ijazah atau Rapor kelas 3 semester 2 (akhir) dengan nilai rata-rata minimal:
Program S-1 :8,4
Program D-3 :8,0
Program D-2 :8,0
*Jika pada saat penutupan (10 Juni 2010) nilai ijazah asli belum bisa dikeluarkan, maka nilai ijazah sementara dari Kepala Sekolah bisa diterima.
(3) Pelamar harus lulus dari SLTA.

2. Formulir pendaftaran dapat diperoleh secara gratis untuk mereka yang memenuhi ketiga persyaratan tersebut di atas di Kedutaan Besar Jepang (Bagian Pendidikan: 8:30-12:00, 14:00-15:30), Konsulat Jenderal Jepang di Surabaya dan Medan mulai 10 Mei 2010.
Mereka yang tinggal di luar JABODETABEK, Surabaya dan Medan dapat melamar melalui surat yang ditujukan kepada Kedutaan Besar Jepang (Jl. M. H. Thamrin 24 Jakarta Pusat 10350), Konsulat Jenderal Jepang Surabaya atau Medan. Surat itu harus berisi nama, tanggal lahir, alamat, nomor telepon, program pilihan (S-1, D-3, atau D-2), 3 (tiga) bidang studi yang ingin dipelajari dan dilampiri fotokopi rapor, ijazah, serta nilai ijazah.

3. Formulir harus dikembalikan ke Kedutaan Besar Jepang atau Konsulat Jenderal Jepang lengkap dengan fotokopi rapor, ijazah, dan nilai ijazah sampai tanggal 10 Juni 2010.

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Soal Tes Formatif

Agustus 25, 2010

PEMERINTAH PROPINSI DAERAH KHUSUS IBUKOTA JAKARTA
DINAS PENDIDIKAN
SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS (SMA) NEGERI 8 JAKARTA
Jl. Taman Bukitduri Tebet Jakarta Selatan Ph. 8295455 Fax : 8295455

SOAL TES FORMATIF
MATA PELAJARAN : GEOGRAFI
KELAS : X
HARI/ TANGGAL : Rabu, 25 Agustus 2010
Waktu : 60 Menit

Jawablah soal-soal berikut ini dengan jelas.
1. Uraikanlah definisi geografi menurut :
• Prof. Bintarto
• Prof. I Made Sandy
• Peter Haget

2. Yang dimaksud dengan Obyek Formal geografi adalah ……
3. Jelaskan Obyek Formal geografi berikut :
a. Keruangan
b. Kelingkungan
c. Kewilayahan

4. Uraikan tentang Konsep esensial geografi.
5. Jelaskan konsep esensial dan berikan contohnya :
• Konsep Lokasi
• Konsep Keterjangkauan
• Konsep Morfologi
• Konsep Aglomerasi
• Konsep Nilai Kegunaan

PEMERINTAH PROPINSI DAERAH KHUSUS IBUKOTA JAKARTA
DINAS PENDIDIKAN
SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS (SMA) NEGERI 8 JAKARTA
Jl. Taman Bukitduri Tebet Jakarta Selatan Ph. 8295455 Fax : 8295455

SOAL TES FORMATIF
MATA PELAJARAN : GEOGRAFI
KELAS : X
HARI/ TANGGAL : Rabu, 25 Agustus 2010
Waktu : 60 Menit

Jawablah soal-soal berikut ini dengan jelas.
1. Uraikanlah definisi geografi menurut :
a. Hasil Pertemuan Ilmiah Tahunan Ahli Geografi, Semarang 1988
b. Carl Ritter
c. Paul Clauval

2. Yang dimaksud dengan Obyek Material geografi adalah ……
3. Jelaskan Obyek Material geografi berikut :
a. Lithosfer
b. Hidrosfer
c. Atmosfer

4. Uraikan tentang Konsep esensial geografi.
5. Jelaskan konsep esensial dan berikan contohnya :
a) Konsep Nilai Kegunaan
b) Konsep Pola
c) Konsep Deferensiasi Areal
d) Konsep Interaksi/ Interdependensi
e) Konsep Keterkaitan Keruangan

NILAI UJIAN NASIONAL

Mei 1, 2010

HASIL PENCAPAIAN
NILAI UJIAN NASIONAL
SMA NEGERI 8 JAKARTA
TAHUN 2009/2010

PROGRAM IPA

NILAI TERTINGI
No. Kelas Nama Siswa IND ING MAT FIS KIM BIO JUM
4053319 XII IPA I ADINDA MEIDISA AKHMAD 9.00 9.20 10.00 10.00 9.50 9.00 56.70
4053268 XII IPA G RIFDA LUTHFI AFINA 8.60 9.80 9.25 9.50 10.00 9.50 56.65
4053280 XII IPA H ADLINA ASFARA 8.60 9.40 9.50 9.50 9.50 10.00 56.50
4053136 XII IPA D HAMZAH 8.60 9.20 9.75 9.75 9.25 9.75 56.30
4053235 XII IPA F RIEDHA MELINDA 8.80 9.40 10.00 9.75 9.00 9.25 56.20
4053069 XII IPA B NADIA KHAIRUNNISA 8.80 9.00 10.00 9.50 9.50 9.25 56.05
4053166 XII IPA E ARIN INDIARNI 9.00 9.20 9.50 9.25 9.50 9.50 55.95
4053128 XII IPA D CHRISTY ABIGAIL W. 8.80 9.20 9.50 9.50 9.00 9.75 55.75
4053213 XII IPA F DANTI FILIADINI 8.40 9.00 10.00 9.75 9.50 9.00 55.65
4053301 XII IPA H LISTIANTONO NUGROHO 8.60 9.00 10.00 9.75 9.50 8.75 55.60

NILAI TERTINGGI PER MATA PELAJARAN

BAHASA INDONESIA
4053220 XII IPA F GURUH PERMONO AJI 9.40
4053160 XII IPA E ADELIA ANJANI PUTRI 9.20
4053050 XII IPA B DEA NATHANIA 9.20
4053338 XII IPA I KARINA ANINDITA 9.20
4053367 XII AKS MERCIA 9.20
4053264 XII IPA G NURISNA HASANAH 9.20
4053308 XII IPA H PUSPARANI 9.20

BAHASA INGGRIS
4053241 XII IPA G ANDITA RAHMI FARADINA 10.00
4053160 XII IPA E ADELIA ANJANI PUTRI 9.80
4053083 XII IPA C ANDHIKA ALDHIN ADHA 9.80
4053329 XII IPA I BELLA YUNITA 9.80
4053054 XII IPA B FADHIL MUHTADIN 9.80
4053056 XII IPA B HANDINI DAMAYANTY P 9.80
4053221 XII IPA F HARTINI SORAYA 9.80
4053341 XII IPA I LAKSMANA GUSTI H. 9.80
4053102 XII IPA C MARSHIELLA 9.80
4053143 XII IPA D MILLATI SAMHA ARRASULI 9.80
4053070 XII IPA B NAILA RAHMANIA 9.80
4053310 XII IPA H RADITYA YUDHA PRAWIRA 9.80
4053074 XII IPA B RAHADIANSYAH R 9.80
4053153 XII IPA D RANGGA SANTOSO 9.80
4053268 XII IPA G RIFDA LUTHFI AFINA 9.80
4053370 XII AKS SULTAN SULAIMAN SAID 9.80
4053404 XII SCI B WORO WIDIASTUTI H. 9.80

MATEMATIKA
4053357 XII AKS ABDULLA EMIR PRAMUDYA 10.00
4053319 XII IPA I ADINDA MEIDISA AKHMAD 10.00
4053041 XII IPA B ADITYA PRAYATNA PUTRA 10.00
4053001 XII IPA A ADITYA RACHMAN 10.00
4053281 XII IPA H ADNAN ARDHIAN 10.00
4053213 XII IPA F DANTI FILIADINI 10.00
4053249 XII IPA G DERRIE NABILAPUTRA 10.00
4053251 XII IPA G DIANA HEMAS SARI 10.00
4053361 XII AKS DITA AMALIA 10.00
4053293 XII IPA H EKA PUTRI IRIANTI 10.00
4053091 XII IPA C FADIEL EVAN MARASTIO 10.00
4053363 XII AKS FIOLA RIZANTI 10.00
4053059 XII IPA B KANYA PUTRI ANNISA R. 10.00
4053365 XII AKS KRISNA DIBYO ATMOJO 10.00
4053343 XII IPA I LARAS SHAHTYANINGRUM 10.00
4053301 XII IPA H LISTIANTONO NUGROHO 10.00
4053259 XII IPA G MOHAMMAD RIDWAN G. 10.00
4053349 XII IPA I MUHAMMAD FIKRI 10.00
4053189 XII IPA E MUHAMMAD RASHIF B. 10.00
4053105 XII IPA C NABILLA NUR ANISAH 10.00
4053069 XII IPA B NADIA KHAIRUNNISA 10.00
4053149 XII IPA D NISA PRIKA BIANTAMA 10.00
4053265 XII IPA G PANDU LESMANA PUTRA 10.00
4053351 XII IPA I RAHDI DEWIN MARZAINI 10.00
4053235 XII IPA F RIEDHA MELINDA 10.00
4053269 XII IPA G RISMA SAFITRI 10.00
4053237 XII IPA F SANTO FREDDY 10.00
4053371 XII AKS TITO ADIBASKORO 10.00
4053273 XII IPA G TRIANDHIKA ANJANI 10.00
4053081 XII IPA C ADELIA SABRINA 9.75
4053320 XII IPA I AFIF ANSHARI 9.75
4053321 XII IPA I AGHIA AGHNIAFINA 9.75
4053203 XII IPA F ANDRE KEVIN 9.75
4053285 XII IPA H ANISSA FEBY CANINTIKA 9.75
4053005 XII IPA A AQMAYRINA 9.75
4053208 XII IPA F AVIAN ANDIKA 9.75
4053359 XII AKS BAGUS SATRIO UTOMO 9.75
4053008 XII IPA A CHELSEA CHOIRIYAH C. 9.75
4053089 XII IPA C CINDERA GANA 9.75
4053130 XII IPA D DETTI FAHMIASYARI 9.75
4053291 XII IPA H DIANAWATY 9.75
4053377 XII SCI A DIONISIUS DONNY P. 9.75
4053053 XII IPA B EVA CHINTIA YESSICA 9.75
4053133 XII IPA D FAUZIAH ULFAH 9.75
4053135 XII IPA D GADISTYA NOVITRI ADINDA 9.75
4053219 XII IPA F GIRI HARIZTIO 9.75
4053014 XII IPA A GRANDY PARAMANANDA 9.75
4053136 XII IPA D HAMZAH 9.75
4053015 XII IPA A HANIFAH FAIRUS 9.75
4053338 XII IPA I KARINA ANINDITA 9.75
4053339 XII IPA I KARINA NURIZKY 9.75
4053225 XII IPA F MAHESA PUTRA 9.75
4053016 XII IPA A MARSYA CHRISTYANTI 9.75
4053143 XII IPA D MILLATI SAMHA ARRASULI 9.75
4053103 XII IPA C MUHAMMAD MIRSA 9.75
4053023 XII IPA A MUHAMMAD NABIL 9.75
4053261 XII IPA G MUHAMMAD YUSRA F. 9.75
4053147 XII IPA D MUIZZUDDIN SHIDQI 9.75
4053104 XII IPA C NABELLA QISTHINA L.D 9.75
4053262 XII IPA G NATASA EKAPUTRI P. 9.75
4053071 XII IPA B NI MADE HERMIYANTI 9.75
4053191 XII IPA E PRASOJO 9.75
4053114 XII IPA C RADITYA RASYAD 9.75
4053310 XII IPA H RADITYA YUDHA PRAWIRA 9.75
4053115 XII IPA C RAHMAT HIDAYAT 9.75
4053267 XII IPA G RANDY HASUDUNGAN 9.75
4053312 XII IPA H RIDWAN MUHAMMAD 9.75
4053077 XII IPA B SHELVY RUFITA 9.75
4053039 XII IPA A TIZA ANNISA 9.75
4053079 XII IPA B WAHYU WIRAWAN 9.75
4053080 XII IPA B WISNU PRASETYA MULYA 9.75
4053159 XII IPA D YIYIP GUNTA TRIWIBAWA 9.75

FISIKA
4053319 XII IPA I ADINDA MEIDISA AKHMAD 10.00
4053129 XII IPA D DAINA HASANTI IBRAHIM 10.00
4053021 XII IPA A MUHAMMAD AL’ATIQ I 10.00
4053146 XII IPA D MUHAMMAD MAULIDHI . 10.00
4053274 XII IPA G VANESSA MODI ALVERINA 10.00
4053320 XII IPA I AFIF ANSHARI 9.75
4053240 XII IPA G AGHNIA YOVITARISYA 9.75
4053084 XII IPA C ANDI RAMA SULAIMAN 9.75
4053003 XII IPA A ANDIKA CHAKTIAJI Z. 9.75
4053203 XII IPA F ANDRE KEVIN 9.75
4053331 XII IPA I BRYAN OSCAREINO MALIK 9.75
4053127 XII IPA D CHANDRA GOLDIE AULIA 9.75
4053213 XII IPA F DANTI FILIADINI 9.75
4053132 XII IPA D DIAS ANUGRAH MASSEWA 9.75
4053377 XII SCI A DIONISIUS DONNY P. 9.75
4053055 XII IPA B FERUZ KHAUSAR 9.75
4053136 XII IPA D HAMZAH 9.75
4053300 XII IPA H IMMANUEL ROBINSON L. 9.75
4053301 XII IPA H LISTIANTONO NUGROHO 9.75
4053258 XII IPA G LOUISA ANCILLA ARISTYA 9.75
4053143 XII IPA D MILLATI SAMHA ARRASULI 9.75
4053017 XII IPA A MIRHADY ACHMAD D. 9.75
4053105 XII IPA C NABILLA NUR ANISAH 9.75
4053027 XII IPA A NURUL FITHRIA 9.75
4053115 XII IPA C RAHMAT HIDAYAT 9.75
4053153 XII IPA D RANGGA SANTOSO 9.75
4053235 XII IPA F RIEDHA MELINDA 9.75
4053035 XII IPA A SITI TIA YUSRINA KHAIRANA 9.75
4053371 XII AKS TITO ADIBASKORO 9.75
4053276 XII IPA G YEHEZKIEL CHRISBY GULO 9.75

KIMIA
4053268 XII IPA G RIFDA LUTHFI AFINA 10.00
4053239 XII IPA G ADELINE MELISSA 9.75
4053325 XII IPA I ANKRI HAKAM 9.75
4053167 XII IPA E ARTY RENATA HADIANTI 9.75
4053209 XII IPA F AYMAN 9.75
4053012 XII IPA A FERIZ KAUSAR 9.75
4053177 XII IPA E HAFIZ HERYANSYAH 9.75
4053343 XII IPA I LARAS SHAHTYANINGRUM 9.75
4053061 XII IPA B LULY ATHASYIA 9.75
4053141 XII IPA D LUSIANI PUSPITA 9.75
4053016 XII IPA A MARSYA CHRISTYANTI 9.75
4053017 XII IPA A MIRHADY ACHMAD D. 9.75
4053019 XII IPA A MOHAMMAD RHEZA F. 9.75
4053145 XII IPA D MUHAMMAD IRFAN P. 9.75
4053026 XII IPA A NADIYYA FAZA ZHAFIRAH 9.75
4053109 XII IPA C NISRINA DAMIATI 9.75
4053038 XII IPA A TIMOTHY ADITYO P. 9.75
4053080 XII IPA B WISNU PRASETYA MULYA 9.75

BIOLOGI
4053280 XII IPA H ADLINA ASFARA 10.00
4053243 XII IPA G ANNISA APRILIA 9.75
4053286 XII IPA H ARIEF HADI PRADANA 9.75
4053128 XII IPA D CHRISTY ABIGAIL W. 9.75
4053176 XII IPA E GRACE RISKA 9.75
4053136 XII IPA D HAMZAH 9.75

PROGRAM IPS

NILAI TERTINGGI
No Kelas Nama Siswa IND IND MAT EKO SOS GEO JUM
4053449 XII HUM ANISSA BIANCA LATU 8.80 9.60 9.50 8.75 8.20 8.00 52.85
4053417 XII IPS CHAERUNISSA 8.40 8.00 10.00 8.00 9.00 8.40 51.80
4053440 XII IPS NUTFAHEDI SATRIA P. 9.00 9.80 9.75 7.25 8.60 7.20 51.60
4053418 XII IPS CHELPIRA INTAN PS 9.00 8.80 9.50 8.00 8.60 6.80 50.70
4053420 XII IPS DEILIKA CHAIRINA H 8.40 8.40 9.75 8.25 9.20 6.60 50.60
4053437 XII IPS MUHAMMAD GHAZZIAN A 7.60 9.20 9.75 8.25 8.20 7.60 50.60
4053408 XII IPS AMANDA CHRYSANTI 8.40 9.20 9.50 7.25 9.00 7.20 50.55
4053434 XII IPS LAUDITTA HUMAIRA 8.20 9.20 9.00 8.00 8.80 7.20 50.40
4053414 XII IPS ASTI NAFIA NURYANA 8.20 9.40 9.50 8.25 8.60 6.40 50.35
4053407 XII IPS AHMAD IDHAM 8.20 8.60 9.50 8.50 7.20 8.00 50.00

NILAI TERTINGI PER MATA PELAJARAN

BAHASA INDONESIA
4053448 XII HUM ARDELIA DEA ANDINI 9.00
4053415 XII IPS BELINA RACHMAWATI 9.00
4053418 XII IPS CHELPIRA INTAN PS 9.00
4053419 XII IPS CORNELIA ARYANTI 9.00
4053424 XII IPS ELIZABETH PRISKA TANIA 9.00
4053439 XII IPS NADYA YUNITA 9.00
4053440 XII IPS NUTFAHEDI SATRIA P 9.00
4053442 XII IPS PRAMESWARI ARYANDA P 9.00

BAHASA INGGRIS
4053440 XII IPS NUTFAHEDI SATRIA P 9.80
4053449 XII HUM ANISSA BIANCA LATU 9.60
4053452 XII HUM ANINDYA LAKSMITA 9.40
4053414 XII IPS ASTI NAFIA NURYANA 9.40
4053451 XII HUM HALYDA ANJANI D. 9.40
4053431 XII IPS I GUSTI NGURAH D 9.40
4053436 XII IPS MUHAMMAD ALFA H 9.40

MATEMATIKA
4053417 XII IPS CHAERUNISSA 10.00
4053416 XII IPS BINAR SARI SURYANDARI 9.75
4053419 XII IPS CORNELIA ARYANTI 9.75
4053420 XII IPS DEILIKA CHAIRINA H 9.75
4053436 XII IPS MUHAMMAD ALFA H 9.75
4053437 XII IPS MUHAMMAD GHAZZIAN 9.75
4053440 XII IPS NUTFAHEDI SATRIA P 9.75

EKONOMI
4053449 XII HUM ANISSA BIANCA LATU 8.75
4053407 XII IPS AHMAD IDHAM 8.50
4053425 XII IPS ERIKA SARASWATI 8.50
4053451 XII HUM HALYDA ANJANI 8.50
4053433 XII IPS JUNI RISKI AMELIA 8.50
4053454 XII HUM MAHESA LANANG GALIH 8.50
4053439 XII IPS NADYA YUNITA 8.50

SOSIOLOGI
4053420 XII IPS DEILIKA CHAIRINA H 9.20
4053408 XII IPS AMANDA CHRYSANTI 9.00
4053417 XII IPS CHAERUNISSA 9.00
4053424 XII IPS ELIZABETH PRISKA TANIA 9.00
4053430 XII IPS I GUSTI AYU AZARINE 8.80
4053434 XII IPS LAUDITTA HUMAIRA 8.80
4053454 XII HUM MAHESA LANANG GALIH 8.80

GEOGRAFI
4053405 XII IPS ADERY ARDHAN SAPUTRO 8.60
4053417 XII IPS CHAERUNISSA 8.40

Evaluasi Keberhasilan Tunda Menuju PTN 2009

April 25, 2009
Rasanya baru kemaren saya harus melihat siswa bersusah payah untuk belajar dan mendapatkan hasl terbaik. Teta[i dua hari ini kembali saya harus melihat beberapa siswa yang harus mau tidak mau kembali melihat tertundanya keberhasilan mendapatkan Perguruan Tinggi idaman. Padahala dengan jelas saya melihat mereka berjuang secara ALL OUT. Ada yang sebelumnya belum berhasil ketika ITB mengumumkan, ada juga yang ketika UI mengumumkan peserta SIMAK yang berhasil. Dan 2 hari ini, Universitas Gajah Mada dan Universitas Diponegoro mengumumkan Ujian Tulis dan Ujian Mandiri. Lagi-lagi ada siswa yang belum mampu tersenyum puas dan bahagia. Ada apa dengan perjuangan selama ini ?

Sekarang saya akan coba kalkulasi kegagalan para siswa dari sisi guru Bimbingan Konseling, maunya sih dari sisi paranormal, uppsss.

  1. Siswa selama ini tidak pernah mengevaluasi kemamuan secara “benar”. Try out yang seharusnya menjadi media untuk itu, gagal berfungsi. Dari menyontek, kurang persiapan, main-main hingga menganggap remeh. Point yang terakhir itu yang paling parah, heheheh.
  2. Siswa tidak mampu mengevaluasi “kegagalan” yang ada. Semestinya siswa mulai tahu keslahan fatal ketika nilai try out atau pun kejenuhan belajar terjadi. Nilai try out yang tidak naik-naik itu berhubungan erat ketidak mampuan meningkatkan daya belajar dan optimalisasi kemampuan. Kejenuhan belajar terjadi karena merasa nilai sudah bagus da tidak adanya variasi pemebelajaram. Yang dibutuhkan bukan banyaknya jam belajar tetapi diteruskan dengan sekian jam “rileks” ke Mall ata 21 cineplex.
  3. Persiaan sehari sebelum ujian, merupajkan ujian sesungguhnya. Energi yang terbuang saat sehari sebelum ujian, sebenatnya merupakan pengeluaran yang besar, apalagi jiak terlalu meninggalkan kosnsitensi. Kepala diendapkan, sama halnya mematikan mesin yang sedang “panas”.
  4. Dukungan orang tua yang berlebih malah cenderung menjadi BOOMERANG buat si anak. Justru kepercayaan yang harus dibangun para orang tua aga anaknya mampu berpijak secara kuat dalam ujian apa pun. Bukan harapan kosong,” nanti ayah beliakn mobel JAZZ warna merah.” Bullshhht lah.
  5. Doa kepada Allah di keheningan malam akan menjadi sia-sia jika ada dosa-d0sa dengan orang yang paling berjasa dalam hidup kamu belim hilang. Doa orang iklhas akan mencapai Arrasy Illahi. Yakin itu.

Dari 6 butir ini saya berharap adik-adik, anak didikku, teman-teman bahkan orang tua siswa untuk dapat membangun kemitraan dengan para siswa yang mungkin emosinya dalam keadaan kurang stabil. Tidak ada kegagalan, yang ada adalah kita salah merencanakan keberhasilan. Selamat berjuang kembali, masih ada UMB, USM Pusat, SMUP Unpad, UM Undip 2. Tetap ada doa dari saya buat kalian semua. Semoga Allah memberikan yang terbaik buat kalian semua. Amin.

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