|DO YOU KNOW?
|Articles of AIDS||CNN Internation website, under new heading:"What New?" you can visit them at cnn.com|
|Table Data||50% from The Body website, under the section "Statistics," you can visit them at thebody.com|
50% from AIDS Information Resource, under the section "Statistics," then go "Current Records." You can visit them at info resource.com
|Pie Graph||Self Creation|
|AIDS Patients in the world||Self Creation|
|HIV Structure||100% by the 1999 Encarta Encyclopedia by Microsoft, you can visit their website at Encarta.com|
|HIV picture||taken in Corbis, type in the query "HIV," page 2, you can visit them at corbis.com|
|HIV diagram and structures||from the 1999 Encarta Encyclopedia by Microsoft, you can visit their website at Encarta.com, type in HIV under the query to search for HIV diagrams.|
|HIV Attacks and HIV Life Cycle||80% by the 1999 Encarta Encyclopedia by Microsoft, you can visit their website at Encarta.com, type in "AIDS" for the query and look for the middle part of the explanation.
20% from the Official Canadian Health Website, under "HIV Characteristics," you can visit them at Candian Health
|HIV Structure and Lifecycle Pictures||taken in Corbis, you can visit them at corbis.com, type in HIV for query to search, and then click on the box with HIV Structure to enlarge the picture.|
|Knowledge||60% from Canadian Government Website, under the heading "HIV Transmission." you can visit them at Candian Health Government.com
30% from the 1999 Encarta Encyclopedia by Microsoft, type in HIV transmission to the query for search. You can visit their website at Encarta.com
10% from the Eastchester Middle School AIDS Handbook, under the heading "Transmission." You can visit them at AIDS Handbook.com
|4 Different Stages of Symptoms||70% from the 1999 Encarta Encyclopedia, under the heading AIDS, look for "Clinical Progression of AIDS."
30 from the Eastchester Middle School AIDS Handbook, under the heading "Symptoms." You can visit them at AIDS Handbook.com
|4 ball faces||self creation|
|Basic Knowledges||100% from the 1999 Encarta Encyclopedia by Microsoft, under the heading AIDS, look for the subtitle "Prevention." you can visit their website at Encarta.com|
|4 DO's and 10 DON'Ts||50% from HIV Definitions website, under the section "Prevention." you can visit them at HIV Definitions.com
50% from memories in the past
|st drugs and how they work||70% from planetrx.com, under the section "Treatment," look for subtitle "Drug Treatment." You can visit them at Plant Rx.com
30% from the 1999 Encarta Encyclopedia by Microsoft, type in AIDS for query and look for results that says "Treatment."
|image of index||picture taken from corbis.com, type in "Family" in the query and search in the fifth page. You can visit them at corbis.com|
|Menu||pictures from avert.org, in the very first page. You can visit them at Avert.org|
This project had kept me busy these days. In fact, I spend quiet amount of time thinking
how to make a project that's really precise, clear, and readable. And therefore, I go to many
other webpages and use their knowledge as a reference to my site. This is how I did it: First,
I collected information from almost everything I can find. From websites to encyclopedias, from
encyclopedias to health book. Whatever you can think of! Then, I read it all over until I fully
understand it. Finally, I begin writing everything down according to what I have in my mind.
Although it takes long time to complete, however, I really learned a lot. I learned about the importance of time, how
to make project interesting, and of course - knowledge. Knowledge is priceless. You can't buy
knowledge; you can only learn it by curiosity, concentration and effort. So in despite of the
long hours of project planning, difficult editing, troubles, I'll say it's really worth it.
My parents had asked me why I chose to do the main part of my project on a webpage. The answer I gave them
is simple - so that people can view my presentation right at their home, and this is true. webpage
is motional, it's alive, it stays there forever. And that's the good thing about making project on webpage.
Even you travel to other places, you can still view my presentation. The other thing my parents
asked me was that ugly, ball-shaped HIV I made. Why did I made a HIV model? The purpose of that is to add a little
more understanding of what HIV really look like. Plus to make my project more interesting to look at, because
I know most people found it easier to look at pictures than just whole bunch of words.
Every project has its own fantastic parts and silly mistakes. Even the best webpage in the whole world, has strength and weaknesses.
My page, like all others, has strength and weakness too. The good thing is that I included all pieces of
information that my teacher had told us to do. And that's what I liked about my page. The bad thing is that I
can't shrink the complicated information and display with a brief, simple paragraph. Therefore maybe it's a little longer, what do you think?
Since AIDS had become a common disease and a common cause of death among nations, it's becoming closer and
closer in threatening our health. Today, we can't just sit there and watch these things happen. In fact, we
can't wait to stop it; we can't wait to prevent it from happening. And the only thing is through education. Do
you think those people in Africa like to infect AIDS? Do you think that it would made any differences if we donate
lots of money to them? Of course not! The only thing that we can do, as a worthwhile individual, is to spread
the word on prevention. Don't forget, everytime we spread our knowledge on health awareness, there will be one precious
life been saved.