Friday, April 10, 2015

Flour Bomb Challenge

You all know what this is about and I don't really have to comply to a word minimum, so, without further introduction, here's the video:


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- Mr. Diego

35 comments:

  1. I liked this activity here at school even if I didn't participate but just watching the teachers with a lot of flour on their faces.

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    1. True, it makes me want to participate. Now I am regretting that I did not participate. It would have been fun to put flour on them. It is like good to relieve stress and because it is for a good cause, participating is like advantageous.

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    2. I agree with Sebastian (John), this activity was fun. I did participate and I don't regret it. It was fun pouring flour on the teachers. I was pretty surprised on the teachers who did agree.

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    3. Even though I didn't participate, the video was fun. I regret not paying 20Qs to participate :(

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    4. You're right John(Sebastian), this was really a great activity. I liked it. Great job guys

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  2. I really enjoyed helping create this video and being a part of the movement. It's great that we are participating in events like these to raise awareness about serious problems that are happening. I hope that this entire movement does become viral and is able to bring in money to make a change.

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    1. I agree with what Lacey said in this comment. Aside from the video being great (so congrats on that), I believe that the meaning of the activity is even greater. Most Equity students and teachers welcomed this activity as something fun in which we helped a really good cause. Also, the amount of money we raised was quite surprising and definitely made an impact in the money being raised by the 'Flower Bomb'.

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  3. I really liked the activity. It was nice to see most of high school students participating for such a good cause. Its impressive the high quality of the video! Great job Lacey and Lindsey. (Ivy too)

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    1. Jenny is right you guys did a really good job on the video it came out awesome. It's funny to say that most of the high school students participated and there were barely any students in it, but I'm also glad that it was indeed most of the students.

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  4. I really enjoyed this, because not only do I love making/editing videos, but it was also nice having our school participate in this challenge. I think it's wonderful when we are able to come together as one group to help fight for a good cause. I think we should do more things like the Flour Bomb Challenge in the future! :)

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    1. Lindsey when I watched this video, i was speechless this is just such an impressive recording and editing.I see a bright future for you both and wish you the best.

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  6. I love how the school participated in this event, where there was excitement and a good cause. This was a great event to unite us as an Equity community and I hope we have more events like this one. I also hope that the schools we challenged actually do the challenge.

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    1. Dania is right, I liked this event alot. I hope that other schools do this challenge because it's important for the world. I also hope that we keep doing this things in the school.

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  7. The video is so cool!!! I shared it to some of my friends, and one of my friend in Americano told me that she saw it during class. They said it is so cool how our school does all those activities. I'm so proud of our school

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    1. That´s so cool Cindy! I´m glad the video is getting around and I´m glad Americano actually watched it. I wonder if they´re also planning on doing it. Hopefully they will because it would be entertaining to watch other schools´ flour bomb challenges.

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  8. I find it a really interesting and dynamic event. I am glad that Mr. White is being really open minded and close to the students by allowing to this. This besides helping raise awareness about human trafficking also works as a activity where we bond as a community.

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    1. Cool thinking bruh. We should do more activities where we make the teachers do something funny.

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  9. It was fun participating in the making of the video; but more importantly, it was good to learn about this type of trafficking. I guess we all have to be grateful for having a life in which we are safe from harm and can excel and develop many gifts

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    1. Though I did not participate here, because they did not let me go in Spanish class, I was still supporting this activity and told my friends in Chile about it.

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  10. It was fun to do this video and I'm glad that we did it as a school to raise awareness. It reminds me of the ice bucket challenge and it is for a good cause.

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    1. I think your right it does raise awareness and also it gives students a motive to make a change in the life of others.

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  11. I think this was definitely an interesting challenge. Not as fun as the bucket challenge but I do think eventually it will become a tradition for schools especially. I think more money can be raised through this challenge because all the students in schools feel the duty of donating unlike the bucket challenge.

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    1. I agree with you, Ricardo. It's bad that I missed the chance to pour some flour on teachers' head. Even though it looks harder to clean than the ice bucket challenge, the meaning of this challenge, for me, seems to mean more than the ice bucket challenge one. I dont' think any other school in Guatemala has done this flour bomb challenge yet. However, I hope other schools give more attention to this case and help us raise more spirit and money to stop trafficking.

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  12. I think this whole thing was a good idea because it's for a good purpose. I think we as a school actually did something! I thought it was fun and very cool to do this.

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    1. I totally agree with you. I think this is the first time where we did some this as a school. I hope we can do more activity like this as a school, where we can have fun and help others.

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    3. I agree with Hanna. It was fun and it had a great porpuse

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  13. It makes me feel happy that we're trying to solve one of the world's many problems. Eventually, the world will be a peaceful place.

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    1. I agree with you david. I think this activity was really fun and I also love the video

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  14. I liked watching this activity here at EAS, and even if I wasn't able to participate, I loved watching the teachers, especially the principal get flour on their faces. HAHAHA!

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  15. First of all: Mr... Dat description. I really liked that we did this for a good purpose. Aside from that it was fun. I got the chance to put flour on Mr. Steve. I'm not gonna lie it felt pretty good. Gotcha Mr.Steve!!

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  16. BY the way that is less than 175 words :D

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  17. BY the way that is less than 175 words :D

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  18. BY the way that is less than 175 words :D

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