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Tintin helped me pass my exam!

#1 · Posted: 21 Apr 2007 17:39
Well, I was in School and the teacher gave me an assignment to do a History Gameshow. At first, I was thinking on how the game goes till I was watching a Tintin VCD when the bulb lighted. I got to work to do a Tintin-themed Adventure Quiz. It took me about a week to finish and the prsentation day came. I was the last person. The class was quiet as the group before me gave a pretty good one but was not well-celebrated.

It was my turn. My mind was giving thoughts that the class will hate it as they don't like my type of Tintin image I had. I just loaded the game on the PC and it showed on the projector. I started to talk. A good friend of mine helped me with the scrolling of the slides. I used Tintin book speechboxes which were empty and loaded my own text. The show went on and I put bonuses with Tintin characters, including Tintin himself. At the end of the show,...

The class clapped and cheered as the last slide was showed. I heard shouts like 'Tintin rocks' and 'Nice Tintin content' and much more. It never ends there. My teacher gave me an A1 and I was top of the class. The first time I was the top of the class. Yahoo! 'The slideshow rejuvenates me,' my teacher remarked as she had a bad day scolding other mischevious students from the other classes. My friends wants a place in my group for the next project. They all hate me but, with the help of Tintin, I regained thier trust and loyalty.

Well, that's my story. I would like to show you the game but I think I post it up in my website soon. Well, any views?
Isabel a marche sur la lune
#2 · Posted: 29 Apr 2007 05:30
nice one!

I actually used tintin as the sole object of a media technology project when i was in grade 11, it was super fun. No idea what my grade was though!
#3 · Posted: 1 Sep 2007 05:12
I used Tintin for a number of projects of mine including my English and my History project when I was in the 10th grade and also this year for my visual thinking project in which the topic was about comic books and graphic novelists.

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