Friday, April 21, 2017

A new weekend. A new outcome

Any MT Hw

Social Studies
-Nil

Chemistry
Ionic Equations worksheet, Exit ticket

E Maths:
- Textbook Questions, Page 397- 401
- Test paper, Exit ticket

Geography
- Finish up PT by this Sunday

History
- Worksheet on Reliability

Physics
- Page 159 - 163 of Textbook 
- Finish up Kinetic Model of Matter Notes

Bio
 complete the rest of the questions for the practice paper

Biotech
- Tutorial Worksheet, as always. 
- Exam paper. By Monday
Another Cool Video: DS students can watch also:

English
- Google Classroom, practices(Coming soon this weekend)

A Maths
- Weekly homework. T2 W4 on Binomial Theorem

Lesson Summary(Incomplete)
For Saj

A math:
Change-of-base law
Applied the Laws of Logarithms to do questions on page 12-13

English:
Received the test papers for Visual Text and Summary writing

Chemistry:
Went through the different types of oxides as well as the PH indicators

Due Monday:
Chemistry Exit Ticket on Ionic Equations


Word of the Day:                                                

Myrmidon
Definition: Nouns

A follower or subordinate of a more powerful person/entity

 ___________   _

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Homework blog + Something

Any MT Hw

Social Studies
-Nil

Chemistry
Ionic Equations practice, page 7
Ionic Equations worksheet

E Maths:
- Textbook Questions, Page 397- 401
- Test paper

Geography
Read up for effects of earthquakes on the citizens by tomorrow 

History
-PT
- SBQ on Reliability

Physics
- WS 6

Bio
- Pending

Biotech
- Tutorial Worksheet, as always. 
- Exam paper 
Another Cool Video: DS students can watch also:

English


A Maths
- Weekly homework. T2 W4 on Binomial Theorem

Lesson Summary
For Saj

A Maths
The laws of logarithms. Click here for a more intuitive learning experience.


Given a^x = y
Let a be the base
x be the exponent
y be the result.

The basic rule of logs is to find the exponent, for example, 4^3 = 64, log4(64) = 3.

Thus, log a(y) = x, the logarithm, therefore is simply another expression of the exponent. If you want the proof, please PM me.

1. Product Law

Log a(mn) = Log a(m) + Log a(n)

2. Quotient Law

Log a(m/n) = Log a(m) - Log a(n)

3. Power Law

Loga(m^n) = n • log a(m)


Social Studies
went through a new type of SRQb) Question. Evaluation, we have learned. The next one is reasons question. The structure is 3 PEEL based on self-made criteria. For example, What makes Singapore diverse?
Para 1 would be, thus, would be due to factors of A socio-economic culture, good business prospects and the ease of immigration and citizenship.



Due Tomorrow:


Word of the Day:                                                

Pontificate
Definition: Verb

Express opinions in a dogmatic and arrogant manner

 ___________   _

Monday, April 17, 2017

Late homework Blog(Sorry!)

Any MT Hw

Social Studies
- New Google Classroom Question
- North-South-East-West
- Coggle activity

Chemistry
Ionic Equations practice, page 7

E Maths:
- Textbook Questions, Page 397- 401
Q: 9, 13 ,20 , 23 and 25

Geography
Read up for effects of earthquakes on the citizens by tomorrow 

History
-PT
- SBQ on Reliability

Physics
- WS 6 due Wednesday

Bio
- Pending

Biotech
- Tutorial Worksheet, as always. 
- Exam paper 
Another Cool Video: DS students can watch also:

English
10 people who haven't submitted their English files

A Maths
- Weekly homework. T2 W4 on Binomial Theorem

Due Tomorrow:


Word of the Day:                                                

Categorical Imperative 
Definition: Philosophy

A moral principle that goes,

Act only according to that maxim whereby you can, at the same time, will that it should become a universal law

* I don't understand what this means
 ___________   _

Friday, April 14, 2017

Long weekend

Any MT Hw

Social Studies
- New Google Classroom Question
- North-South-East-West

Chemistry

Mole of concept 4.3
- Worked example 2: Page 10
- Page 12:

Unit 5: Acids and Bases
Page 2-6


E Maths:
- Textbook Questions, Page 397- 401
Q: 9, 13 ,20 , 23 and 25

Geography
Read up for effects of earthquakes on the citizens by tomorrow 

History
-PT
- SBQ on Reliability

Physics
- WS 6

Bio
- Pending

Biotech
- Tutorial Worksheet, as always. 
Another Cool Video: DS students can watch also:

English
10 people who haven't submitted their English files

A Maths
- Weekly homework. T2 W4 on Binomial Theorem

Due Tomorrow:
S&W
- Complete the Google Form

Geography
- Read up a bit 

Chemistry
Mole of concept 4.3
- Worked example 2: Page 10
- Page 12:

Unit 5: Acids and Bases
Page 2-6

Physics 
- Do Worked Example on Energy, Work and Power and try to complete the final page of the notes

Bio 
Activity 3-4(Notes) ~ Ongoing
Read up on leafs for nutrition in plants

A Maths 
- Weekly homework. Pass to me tomorrow 

For Brendan:

E Maths:
Finished the chapter on Circle properties(Tangents and alternate angles) and started the chapter on Radian measure

Geography:
Started on the formation of Tsunamis due to earthquakes

English:
We presented on the different answers to the Visual text

(SS)A Maths:
Started on Diversity, did an activity on Diversity. No New Homework.

Biotechnology:
Finished Gene Technology 2: DNA Ligation and how to find the cells without the recombinant DNA.

For Brendan:
* Hey Brendan, if you would like to see some things that I didn't include in the Homework Blog, please feel free to PM. Me.

Geography:
- We went through the different impacts of earthquakes, classified under social, economic and environmental

Chemistry:
- We went through the technique of titration, which you can simply do so by watching the video posted by Miss Soh in Google Classroom

Physics:
- We went through the concept of Energy, Work, and power. We learned also how to derive the formula for KPE = half MV^2 and GPE = Weight x Height. As well as that tricky worked example 3.

A Maths:
- Binomial Theorem revision and went thru HW.

Word of the Day:                                                

Skive                          
Definition:
shirk, to avoid work

 ___________   _

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

12th April

Any MT Hw

Social Studies
- New Google Classroom Question
- North-South-East-West

Chemistry

Mole of concept 4.3
- Worked example 2: Page 10
- Page 12:

Unit 5: Acids and Bases
Page 2-6


E Maths:
- Textbook Questions, Page 397- 401
Q: 9, 13 ,20 , 23 and 25

Geography
Read up for effects of earthquakes on the citizens by tomorrow 

History
-PT
- SBQ on Reliability

Physics
- Do Worked Example on Energy, Work and Power and try to complete the final page of the notes

Bio
Activity 3-4(Notes) ~ Ongoing
Notes

Biotech
- Tutorial Worksheet, as always. Lecture is today
Another Cool Video: DS students can watch also:

English
- Visual Text practice presentation
10 people who haven't submitted their English files

A Maths
- Weekly homework. Pass to me tomorrow 

Due Tomorrow:
S&W
- Complete the Google Form

Geography
- Read up a bit 

Chemistry
Mole of concept 4.3
- Worked example 2: Page 10
- Page 12:

Unit 5: Acids and Bases
Page 2-6

Physics 
- Do Worked Example on Energy, Work and Power and try to complete the final page of the notes

Bio 
Activity 3-4(Notes) ~ Ongoing
Read up on leafs for nutrition in plants

A Maths 
- Weekly homework. Pass to me tomorrow 

For Brendan:

E Maths:
Finished the chapter on Circle properties(Tangents and alternate angles) and started the chapter on Radian measure

Geography:
Started on the formation of Tsunamis due to earthquakes

English:
We presented on the different answers to the Visual text

(SS)A Maths:
Started on Diversity, did an activity on Diversity. No New Homework.

Biotechnology:
Finished Gene Technology 2: DNA Ligation and how to find the cells without the recombinant DNA.

For Brendan:
* Hey Brendan, if you would like to see some things that I didn't include in the Homework Blog, please feel free to PM. Me.

Geography:
- We went through the different impacts of earthquakes, classified under social, economic and environmental

Chemistry:
- We went through the technique of titration, which you can simply do so by watching the video posted by Miss Soh in Google Classroom

Physics:
- We went through the concept of Energy, Work, and power. We learned also how to derive the formula for KPE = half MV^2 and GPE = Weight x Height. As well as that tricky worked example 3.

A Maths:
- Binomial Theorem revision and went thru HW.

Word of the Day:                                                

Skive                          
Definition:
shirk, to avoid work

 ___________   _

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Applied Subject Day

Any MT Hw

Social Studies
- New Google Classroom Question

Chemistry

Mole of concept 4.3
- Worked example 2: Page 10
- Page 12:

Unit 5: Acids and Bases
Page 2-6


E Maths:
- Textbook Questions, Page 397- 401
Q: 9, 13 ,20 , 23 and 25

Geography
Read up for effects of earthquakes on the citizens by tomorrow 

History
-PT

Physics
- Do Worked Example on Energy, Work and Power and try to complete the final page of the notes

Bio
Activity 3-4(Notes) ~ Ongoing
Read up on leafs for nutrition in plants

Biotech
- Tutorial Worksheet, as always. Lecture is today
Another Cool Video: DS students can watch also:

English
- Visual Text practice presentation
10 people who haven't submitted their English files

A Maths
- Weekly homework. Pass to me tomorrow 

Due Tomorrow:
S&W
- Complete the Google Form

Geography
- Read up a bit 

Chemistry
Mole of concept 4.3
- Worked example 2: Page 10
- Page 12:

Unit 5: Acids and Bases
Page 2-6

History
- PT.

Physics 
- Do Worked Example on Energy, Work and Power and try to complete the final page of the notes

Bio 
Activity 3-4(Notes) ~ Ongoing
Read up on leafs for nutrition in plants

A Maths 
- Weekly homework. Pass to me tomorrow 

For Brendan:

E Maths:
Finished the chapter on Circle properties(Tangents and alternate angles) and started the chapter on Radian measure

Geography:
Started on the formation of Tsunamis due to earthquakes

English:
We presented on the different answers to the Visual text

(SS)A Maths:
Started on Diversity, did an activity on Diversity. No New Homework.

Biotechnology:
Finished Gene Technology 2: DNA Ligation and how to find the cells without the recombinant DNA.

Word of the Day:                                                

hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia
Definition:
Irrational fear of very long words.

 ___________   _

Monday, April 10, 2017

Any MT Hw

Social Studies
- New Google Classroom Question


Chemistry
- Page 4, 5 and 6 of the notes

E Maths:
- Textbook Questions

Geography
- Finish up groupings.

History
-PT

Physics
- Do Worked Example on Energy, Work and Power and try to complete the final page of the notes

Bio
Activity 3-4(Notes) ~ Ongoing
Plant Nutrition Workbook due next Monday
Read up on leafs for nutrition in plants

Biotech
- Tutorial Worksheet, as always. Lecture is tomorrow 
Another Cool Video: DS students can watch also:

English
- Visual Text practice

A Maths
- Weekly homework

Due Tomorrow:
E Maths:
- Textbook Questions for E Maths
- History PT
- English Visual Text presentation + File
- Weekly Homework A Maths


For Brendan:

Chemistry:
 Received the new set of notes: Acids and Bases, and did a few chem questions on stoichiometry. You got full marks for the exit ticket BTW. Good job! We also went through something called percentage purity. Please go for SSP(on certain Thursdays), Consultation for Purity. It's quite easy though. You basically need to know:

% purity = (mass)pure/(mass)impure

Physics:
Went through the notes on Energy, work, and power. We even went through how to derive the formula of GPE = mgh and KE = 1/2 v^2 m. Didn't really do much learning today.

Social Studies:
Went through again the structure of evaluation questions, especially the 'link' portion.
Spent the rest of the lesson on new chapter on Diversity, though we didn't learn anything. We were just asked to start the introduction activity: Think of as many words as possible and explain what diversity means to you.

Biotech:
Went through the difficult tutorial sheet(See Google Sites Biotech)

Sex Ed:
- Lessons on Love: Dating tips

Word of the Day:                                                

Sciamachy            
Definition:

Battling things that are not there.

 ___________   _