Ignite Week “Hack FA” Day 4

Today was the fourth day of our “Hack FA” Ignite Week!

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So, today I did my first laser cut test. To test, I copy and pasted one piece and one square from the chessboard to test out. Why did I have to do this test? Because I had to know if my pieces would actually fit into the holes that I put into the chessboard squares. I had to laser cut three times, because the first time it was a little bit too big, the second time it was too tight, but the third time, I thought that it’ll work out. So, I made the necessary changes to my actual chessboard so I can have the accurate measurements when I actually laser cut the actual board.

Tomorrow we will actually be having our Ignite Week exhibition. Yes, every group exhibits what they have accomplished in Ignite Week, and there will be parents coming! Tomorrow I will be showing off my amazing chessboard! Chess-Bored, actually. 😉

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Ignite Week “Hack FA” Day 3

Today was the third day of our “Hack FA” Ignite Week!

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Today, I finished designing everything I need for my chessboard. I finished all the chess pieces for the game, and now I just need to print it so I can laser cut it. Speaking of which, I will laser cut the chessboard and chess pieces tomorrow. Hopefully, everything works out!

I also started working on a presentation on PowerPoint, because Friday will be our Ignite Week exhibition! We will be sharing our presentation on that day. Tomorrow I also plan to finish that up.

Day 3 over!

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Ignite Week “Hack FA” Day 2

Today was the second day of our “Hack FA” Ignite Week!photo-on-10-11-16-at-4-20-pm-2

So, today I printed out the design I made yesterday, AKA the practice design for our project. It was perfectly cut out by the laser cutter, and it looks pretty good! We used cardboard for this practice one.

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Also, today I came up with my idea for “hacking” the FA space. Our group decided that we should maybe have a game corner in the FA space for board games. So, I decided to make a chess board using Adobe Illustrator, so people can play chess at break time.

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The reason why there are rectangles in the middle of each square on the chess board is because my chess pieces will indeed be two-dimensional. That way, players can stick their chess pieces into the holes so they don’t fall. I also started making these chess pieces using Adobe Illustrator, I’m not quite finished yet.

Tomorrow I plan to finish making all the chess pieces so we have a full set. If possible, I might even be able to use the laser cutter to cut them out!

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Ignite Week “Hack FA” Day 1

Today was the first day of our first Ignite Week. Our project for Ignite Week is “Hack FA”. What we do is we look around the FA space and see what things we can design and add to the FA space. Our designs will be designed with a laser cutter machine!

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Today I learned how to use Adobe Illustrator (I also used it before), and I created my first practice design for our laser cutter machine to cut out. This is the design right here, above this text.

Tomorrow, I plan to look around the FA space and look for ideas on what I could possibly make for the FA space. If I do this quick enough, I could actually start designing it on Adobe Illustrator.

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Chaobai River Feature Article

“I wonder what is causing so much pollution to the river. What are the pollutants?”

“This river seems more clean than the Wenyu River, but why?”

“Do you think there are any nearby industries that may be causing some of the water pollution?”

 

April 20th, 2016, a group of International School of Beijing Futures Academy 7th grade students and a group of NiuLanShan Middle School students met together to engage in learning at the Chaobai River, one of the major riverways in Beijing.

 

“Look! There it is!” one of the ISB students said with enthusiasm.

 

The Chaobai River is 458km long and it flows from the confluence of the Chao and Bai rivers at the Miyun Reservoir in Beijing through Hebei and into the Grand Canal of the Hai River in Tianjin. The average depth of the water is 2.5 meters.

 

Both schools came together for a visit to the Chaobai River to continue to explore Beijing’s waterways and all of the surroundings, and to continue the two-month project that, in fact, they have just launched one week ago (April 13th) at the Wenyu River. The project is for the schools to come up with action plans to make positive impacts on their local waterways, such as the Wenyu that they visited to launch the project. All of the students from both schools formed into small groups of four to work together, collect water samples, collect trash found on the banks of the Wenyu River, and generate questions and observations. For this trip at the Chaobai River, they didn’t necessarily collect trash, but they did test the water quality afterwards.

 

Water pollution is a serious problem in Beijing right now. Keep in mind, Beijing is one of the most water-scarce cities in the world, and about one-third of its surface water is polluted. This is a problem itself, because of most of the people’s water supply comes from Beijing’s groundwater, and they would have to mine for groundwater. Even when this is happening, they are adding on to the problem even more, since they are also polluting many riverways in Beijing. But what is making them cause all the water pollution? The two-month project that the ISB students have launched is all about how they can make a positive impact on a local waterway. To be able to find a way to do this, they must understand the impact that they make on these waterways.

 

“I wonder what is causing so much pollution to the river. What are the pollutants?” a student wonders.

 

Each of the small groups of four worked closely to build a water-collection device that can be used to collect the water without having to touch the water, since the water is polluted and may spread various diseases. “Careful!” a student says to his team while they collect the water. After careful water collection, both schools went to the NiuLanShan Middle School to test the water quality (following a science lesson) from the water samples that were collected earlier. They tested many elements in the water such as phosphates, nitrates, pH, etc. and they recorded the data to identify the water quality in the Chaobai River.

 

“The experience was very fun in general. There was a lot of hands-on activities, and I liked socializing with the NiuLanShan students. The river was not as polluted as I thought, partially due to its location and width,” said Jonathan, one of the ISB students.

 

After all that, the ISB Futures Academy students said goodbye to their NiuLanShan partners and went back to their own school. Although they were separated again, they would meet again next time at the Shunyi Wetlands Park on May 4th.

 

Project “We Are One” is very real-world and both schools collaborate to try to persuade and present their ideas to people on how the students think they should make a positive impact on Beijing’s waterways. However, they only have a limited amount of time left, and they will be exhibiting to the public! They must work hard to learn more about the local waterways and find solid solutions to the water pollution. It is not an easy task!

 

Sources Cited:

  1. “Chaobai River” Wikipedia. 22 Apr.
  2. “Chaobai River, China” Britannica. 22 Apr. 2016
  3. “Water Management in Beijing” Wikipedia. 11 2015.
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Reading Response #3

Description of Assignment: Create a character monologue that demonstrates how different characters would react to the same event.

Assignment:

First of all, the event that I will be using for this response is when Harry made the bet with the men about driving the Flash around the world in 100 days. The characters I will be using are Harry (the main character), Hardiman (the one who brought up of making this wager, one of Harry’s opponents), and Sullivan (the one who never forgets any aspect of the bet, one of Harry’s opponents).

Harry’s POV:

“Just how confident are you?” Hardiman asks.

“What do you mean, sir?” I said.

“I mean, would you be willing to bet money on it?”

“Certainly!”

“How much?”

“Whatever sum you propose.”

“How does two thousand pounds strike you?”

The truth was, that number struck me almost dumb. Though it might seem a reasonable wager to Hardiman, for me it was a huge one! But, my pride wouldn’t let me back down. I bowed slightly. “Two thousand it is.”

Then, Sullivan and Flanagan both added in two thousand, so that the wager is six thousand pounds!

“The more you gentlemen wager, the more I stand to win,” I said staunchly. Though six thousands pounds was a staggering sum, my confidence in the car and in myself remained firm.

As Hardiman was getting ready to shake on it, Sullivan added in that there should a time limit, because he thought that if there would be an unlimited amount of time, surely I would be able to drive the Flash around the world.

I did a quick series of calculations in my head. I knew from repeatedly tracing the route of my father’s famous journey that the distance around the world was about 25000 miles. I could count on the Flash to average at least 25 miles per hour. If I drove ten hours each day, that would be 250 miles per day. Two hundred fifty divided into 25000 was: “One hundred days,” I said.

“I beg your pardon?” said Sullivan.

“Does one hundred days sound like a fair allowance of time?”

“You really think that’s enough time?”

“Don’t argue with the lad,” said Hardiman. “If he says he can do it, let him prove it.”

I shook the hands of the three men. “And now, if you will excuse me, I have quite a number of preparations to make.”

As I left the library, I heard Hardiman laughing and saying snide things to the others.

“Go ahead and laugh, gentleman. The last laugh will be mine.”

Hardiman’s POV:

“Well now,” I said. “That’s a wildly extravagant statement. You wouldn’t care to retract that, would you?”

Harry looked me in the eye. “No, sir,” he said. “I am confident that she would be up to the task.”

“Really?” I said. “Just how confident are you?”

“What do you mean, sir?”

“I mean, would you be willing to bet money on it?”

“Certainly.”

“How much?”

“Whatever sum you propose.”

“How does two thousand pounds strike you?”

After some thought, he bowed slightly. “Two thousand it is,” he said.

With a self-satisfied smirk, I turned to the other members. “Perhaps some of you gentlemen would like to propose wagers of your own?”

“Count me in,” said Flanagan, eagerly. “I have another two thousand that says you’ll never make it.”

“I’m in for an equal amount,” said Sullivan.

“Excellent!” I rubbed my hands together. “Shall we shake on it, then?”

As we were about to shake on it, Sullivan added in that there should a time limit, because he thought that if there would be an unlimited amount of time, surely Harry would be able to drive the Flash around the world.

“One hundred days.” Harry said.

“I beg your pardon?” said Sullivan.

“Does one hundred days sound like a fair allowance of time?”

“You really think that’s enough?”

“Don’t argue with the lad,” I said. “If he says he can do it that quickly, let him prove it. When will you start?”

“Within the week.”

“Excellent!” I exclaimed. “Dr. Doyle, would you please make a note of all of this, for the record? Six thousand pounds. One hundred days.”

Then, Sullivan added in that the Flash must go the entire distance under its own power.

“You can hardly expect me to drive across the ocean,” said Harry.

“Of course not,” I said. “Let the record state, then, that you may ship the motorcar across any and all bodies of water, but otherwise the motorcar must travel under its own power. Agreed?”

“Agreed.” He came and shook my and the others’ hands, then excused himself to go make some preparations.

“He needs to prepare himself all right – to lose this wager!” I said to the others.

Sullivan’s POV:

“How does two thousand pounds strike you?” Hardiman asked the fellow boy.

Harry bowed slightly. “Two thousand it is.”

With a self-satisfied smirk, Hardiman turned to Flanagan and I. “Perhaps some of you gentlemen would like to propose wagers of your own?” he asked us.

“Not I,” said Dr. Doyle. “A poor physician and struggling author can’t afford such immoderate gestures.”

“If the boy is willing,” I said, “I’m in for another two thousand pounds.”

Flanagan also offered to count him in for an equal amount.

“Excellent! Shall we shake on it, then?” Hardiman said.

“One moment,” I said. “Perhaps we should set some sort of parameters, here. After all, if we give him an unlimited amount of time, of course he can do it. He could rebuild the car as many times as necessary. That wouldn’t prove anything.”

“One hundred days.” Harry said.

“I beg your pardon?” I said.

“Does one hundred days sound like a fair allowance of time?”

“You really think that’s enough time?” I asked to make sure.

“Don’t argue with the lad,” said Hardiman. “If he says he can do it that quickly, let him prove it.”

“Ok, then,” I said. “Also, we should clearly specify that the vehicle must go the entire distance under its own power – that is, not aboard a flatcar or a ship, or towed by horses.”

“You can hardly expect me to drive across oceans and rivers,” said Harry.

“Of course not. Let the record state, then, that you may ship the motorcar across any and all bodies of water, but otherwise the motorcar must travel under its own power. Agreed?”

“Agreed.” Harry shook the hands of the three of us in turn, as he excused himself to go make preparations.

As he left the library, Hardiman said to Flanagan and I, “He needs to prepare himself all right – to lose this wager!” I joined in the laughter.

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Reading Response #2

Description of Assignment: Choose five current events that relate to the themes in the novel. Describe in detail how they relate.

Assignment: 

1. ” ‘Agreed.’ Harry shook the hands of the three men in turn. ‘And now, if you will excuse me, I have quite a number of preparations to make.’

As he left the library, he heard Hardiman say snidely to the others, ‘He needs to prepare himself all right – to lose this wager!’

Harry’s heart was racing and he felt flushed and vibrant, the way he did after bowling a strenuous inning of cricket. ‘Go ahead and laugh, gentlemen,’ he muttered under his breath. ‘The last laugh will be mine.’ ” – When people make wagers, they are mostly always confident that him/herself or themselves will win the wager. This describes how a person feels when he/she makes a wager. I can relate this to a YouTuber that I know, and just recently, on one of his videos, he made a wager with a friend of his, and both of them were pretty confident in themselves. They also had a lot of preparation before they actually began, so did Harry in this part of the book.

2. “Johnny appeared beside him, a filthy rag pressed to his face. Together they tossed out the rest of the kerosene cans, then turned to the car. Just above their heads, the roof rafters were ablaze. ‘On three!’ called Harry. ‘One! Two! Three!’

The Flash rocked forward slightly, then settled back. ‘Again! One! Two! Three!’ It still refused to move.

‘The gear stick!’ said Johnny.

Harry groaned. He hadn’t checked to see whether the driving gear was engaged. He flung himself over the top of the passenger door and whacked the gear stick painfully with one hand until it disengaged. At once, the Flash began to roll.

Just as they got it through the doorway, part of the shed roof collapsed, so close behind them that sparks stung the back of Harry’s neck. ‘Keep going!’ he cried. ‘Get her as far away as possible!’ Ahead was a board fence that marked the edge of the adjoining property. They mowed it down and kept pushing until the front bumper rammed up against the neighbour’s privy.” – This part of the book is all about teamwork. Harry and Johnny are on the same team, so of course they will be willing to win the wager. And when something goes wrong, they work very hard together to try to solve the problems that they encounter. Also, the bet that the YouTuber made with his friend that I mentioned in the first theme, he and his friend both had colleagues with them. So, their colleagues have also been working hard to help prepare them for the wager, which also shows good teamwork.

3. ” ‘Maybe some of his fine manners will rub off on me, you mean?’ Harry said.

Aouda gave a wry smile. ‘I would not mind if they did. Nor, I suspect, would your father. However, the real reason he agreed to let Charles Hardiman go along was to avoid any misunderstanding as to whether or not the rules were followed.’

Harry threw up his hands, then winced at the pain it caused. ‘So Father thinks I’m going to cheat as well?’

‘Of course not. He only wants to be certain that you will not be accused of it.’

‘Why don’t these men trust me? I agreed to their rules. We shook hands on it.’ ” – Sometimes, when we make bets, our competitor (since he/she should feel pretty confident about winning the wager) might not trust us to follow all the rules and play fair, in other words, our competitor might suspect us to cheat. A few months ago, a wager was made, and once it ended, the one who made the bet actually lost, and after he lost, the first sentence he said to the other person was “you must have cheated!” since he was also pretty confident that he was going to win.

4. “When they reached Pall Mall, Harry said incredulously, ‘Great heavens, Johnny! Will you look at that?’ The pavement before the Reform Club was packed tightly with people that there was no room for the car to pass. When the Flash approached, a cheer went up; slowly the wall of bodies began to separate into two masses and Harry carefully guided the car between them.

They were surrounded by smiling faces; eager hands reached out to pat the Flash‘s fenders or shake the boys’ hands. Someone knocked Johnny’s cap askew and he frantically yanked it back in place. A pretty girl bent over and gave Harry a swift kiss on the cheek. Another flung a bouquet of flowers that landed in Johnny’s lap.” – Since this was the first time that someone was making a wager to drive a motorcar around the world in 100 days, news were spreading quickly throughout the town. Therefore, when the action was about to start, massive amounts of support were at the location to cheer them on for their journey. Even though I haven’t heard of any wagers that received this amount of support, but I do know a TV show that when it first just started, many people were there cheering the people in the show on, excited to see them in action.

5. ” ‘Then why not just ask me for an interview? Why go to all the bother of pretending that we were friends?’ Harry said.

Elizabeth showed no sign of shame. She unflinchingly returned his gaze. ‘Because. I wanted more than just a single new story. I want to chronicle your entire journey.’ She reached out and placed a hand on his. ‘I want to come with you,’ she said.” – Journalists won’t want to miss out on a story about something big like this! In fact, our plucky journalist Elizabeth decided that she even wanted to go on the journey with them so that she could publish a truly exciting story! I could relate this to a DVD series that I watched before, where the main character was very adventurous and always goes on adventures. One time a journalist wanted to follow him on his adventure and ask him questions on the way so she can really publish a great story to the public. After a few weeks, it became very popular in town.

And that is my reading response for the topic theme. Many events in the book can be related to real-world events that are happening recently or a while ago. I made a few relations that were from a pretty long time ago. Anyways, that is my second reading response for the book “Around the World In 100 Days”. Next time I might be changing a book, though…

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Reading Response #1

Description of Assignment: Compare three settings in the novel to three modern day settings and demonstrate how they have affected different characters.

Assignment:

1. “Harry looked Hardiman in the eye. ‘No, sir,’ he said. ‘I am confident that she would be up to the task.’

‘Really?’ said the railroad man. ‘Just how confident are you?’

‘What do you mean, sir?’

‘I mean, would you be willing to bet money on it?’

‘Certainly.’

‘How much?’

‘Whatever sum you propose.’

‘How does two thousand pounds strike you?’

The truth was, it struck him almost dumb; though it might seem a reasonable wager to the president of a railroad, for him it was a huge one – roughly ten times the amount he had spent building the Flash. But his pride won’t let him back down. He bowed slightly.

‘Two thousand it is.’ ” – This first setting happens in the modern day, people still make bets. In this setting our main character (Harry) makes a wager with the railroad man that he is confident in winning. Also, the wager seemed like a huge one for him, so he accepted. This tells us about the characteristics of people making a bet. The person who makes the bet finds a reasonable amount of money (it won’t make him/her lose too much but is willing to win the money) to bet on. The person who chooses to accept or deny the challenge has to consider if the wager is possible to win and how much he/she would lose if he/she loses the bet. In this case, Harry seems pretty confident in the wager, so he accepts, and he could make a huge amount of money if he wins. The railroad man highly doubts that Harry will win, so he made the wager fairly high for him.

2. ” ‘Is something wrong?’ said Phileas Fogg.

‘Not exactly. You see…’ Whenever Harry was in a tight spot, he took the same approach he did in cricket: No use shilly-shallying, just deliver the ball and take what comes. ‘Well, sir, after you left, I bet Hardiman and his friends that I could drive the Flash around the world.’

‘The motorcar?’

‘Yes, sir.’

Phileas Fogg showed no surprise or alarm, in fact no emotion in particular. ‘I see. Is there any money involved?’

‘Yes, sir. Six thousand pounds.’

‘That’s a considerable sum.’

‘You once wagered far more than that,’ Harry reminded him, ‘and from what I’ve heard, you didn’t blink an eye.’

‘That’s true. But there was a major difference between my situation and yours. Had I lost – and, you will recall, I came very near to it – I had the funds to make good on my wager.’

‘It would have left you practically penniless.’

‘Nonetheless, I could have done it. If you lose, you can’t possibly pay, which means I shall be responsible for your debt.’

Harry winced slightly; he hadn’t thought of that. ‘The money from my trust fund would cover it, would it not?’

For the first time, a touch of irritation found its way into Phileas Fogg’s voice. ‘That money was put aside to help you set yourself up in life, not to pay off an ill-considered bet.’

‘I know that,’ said Harry, rather meekly.” – In this second setting Harry approaches his father trying to convince him to use some of the money from his trust fund that his father has kept for him for a long time. He was supposed to use it only when he turned 21 years old. Since this time Harry wanted to persuade his father on something that was pretty hard to persuade him on, Harry was very nervous inside, but yet he still just delivered the main point and took what came. Now, in real life, when children or teenagers makes bets behind their parents and they just need some money and don’t know who to ask for, they would have to approach their parents. That can put them into a tight spot. In this case, Harry used the technique to just deliver the main point and don’t shilly-shally. And of course, sometimes when people finish making bets, they often miss some points that they haven’t thought of that could strongly affect the plan. In this case, Harry didn’t really think about how his father would need to be responsible for his debt if he had lost. And sometimes your parents may disagree as well, such as the end of this setting, where Harry’s father said that the trust fund shall not be used for the bet in an irritated tone.

3. “Harry stared at the smoldering ruin. ‘Wait a moment. I know who was smoking – Sullivan. When he arrived, he had a cigar. I don’t recall seeing it when he left.’

‘You think he did it a-purpose?’ said Johnny.

‘There’s no way of knowing. He and Hardiman seemed surprised that the Flash was so well built; perhaps they realized that we might actually win, and decided to destroy our chances by destroying the car. However…’ Harry paused to think. ‘It is possible that the culprit may have been someone else altogether. Did you see anyone skulking around after I left?’

Johnny shook his head.

‘Did you leave the shed at all?’

‘I went to the privy.’

‘That might have given him enough time.’

‘Who?’

‘As I was heading up Baker Street earlier, I thought I caught a glimpse of someone I know. Or, more accurately, someone my father knows. Someone who hates my father – and by extension, our whole family – so much that I suspect he’d jump at any chance to strike back at us.’

‘Who?’ repeated Johnny.

‘His name is Andrew Stuart.’ ” – In this final setting, Harry’s competitors (Hardiman and Sullivan) came to check on how his motorcar was doing. After they left, a corner of the shed was suddenly engulfed in flames, putting the Flash in a very dangerous position. Harry and Johnny tried real hard to save the car, and they managed to save it. So then, they were talking about who might have done it. So, they started suspecting Sullivan, one of their competitors, since he had a cigar with him. Then, Harry remembered he might have saw a familiar person who was a pure enemy with his whole family. This was because his father once made a huge bet with him and he lost. And sometimes in the real world when we make bets, our competitors may see that we are pretty much winning and ruin our plans altogether so that they can succeed in the end. So when something like that happens, the first person or people you would suspect would be your competitors, since they are against you and they sure don’t want to lose the wager! Or you could also suspect one of your old competitors, in this case Harry suspected that Andrew Stuart may have caused the damage.

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Short Story Summary: Central Blizzard

Story: Central Blizzard

Exposition: In this story, what happens first is that there is a blizzard, with howling wind, snow, and hail. The main character (doesn’t say who) and the main character’s friend were determined to find shelter and to survive. But a branch then torn them away from each other.

Rising Action: After that, the main character hasn’t seen his/her friend yet. As the main character continues to stagger forward, he/she barely evade sure death. Then, he/she finally found some shelter, a gift shop, and saw a frightened dog in the corner of the gift shop. They then wait for the blizzard to stop.

Climax: Suddenly, a huge hail ball breaks through a crack in the wall and strikes the main character on the head, and he/she falls down, and darkness, and darkness. As he/she wakes up, he/she feels a lot worse. After several hours, he/she could barely feel any part of him/herself.

Falling Action: The blizzard finally silences, as the main character tries to get up. But he/she had fell back down again with a crack, probably breaking his/her leg in the process. After that, there were adult voices, as the main character tried to call out to them. But he/she could only make a hoarse whisper.

Resolution: Then, the dog got the idea of what the main character was doing, and started to bark out. They began to hear crunching steps, of someone coming closer, as the person rammed into the door, breaking it down. He then called a group of people over, as they carried the main character and the dog into the ambulance, and finally the main character has acknowledged he/she has survived.

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Government Podcast

Government Podcast.band – (click to download!)

What if your society needed a type of government to use for making decisions? Well here’s the answer, indirect democracy, also known as representative democracy. Hi, my name is Oliver and today I will be sharing with you why indirect democracy would work best for our society.

First of all, how indirect democracy works is that people all get to share what they think might be right for a particular decision. Then the people with the same types of ideas unite together and elect a representative to vote for their whole group in front of the government, and then the government decides whether they should apply it, and if it does get applied, the majority wins.

One reason why indirect democracy works best for our society is because people like me will like this type of government. This is because my type of character is very good at listening, but I don’t like speaking up in public because of shyness. And in our society, there are a couple of people like this, and in conversations, sometimes they don’t speak at all and other people tend to take over the conversation. Therefore, an indirect democracy would work best because only a few representatives vote for a whole group of people, so people who don’t like to speak can stay back and listen and the people can elect a representative who is very brave in speaking in front of the public to vote for their group.

Another reason why indirect democracy would work well with our society is because of its faster and more essential speed. Indirect democracy is quicker and more essential than direct democracy, which everyone gets a chance to vote for what they think is right and then the majority of one idea wins. That will take very long, since we are a big society of 37 people. So, indirect democracy can speed it up a lot, since only a few representatives vote in front of the government for small groups of people. Instead of all talking and some people may have the same ideas, just let them get into groups and elect a representative to represent them instead! Since we are a big society we need to make decisions quicker and more essential.

Indirect democracy is also very equal and fair to the citizens, because no matter if you are poor or rich, you still get the opportunity to vote in assemblies.

In conclusion, indirect democracy would be the best form of government for our type of society. Many people don’t like speaking so they can elect people who are brave enough to speak up for them, and this form of government is more faster than other types like the direct democracy. It also is an equal and fair government for our society. So, indirect democracy would be the best type of government to use for our society that you can choose!

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