Friday, July 21, 2017

Friday, 21st July 2017, week 4 Friday

Riddle of the Day:                                             

* Only one student managed to answer without hints and sufficient working

Homemade physics question(extremely difficult)
A plastic cube of unknown density is submerged into water and is submerged at exactly halfway when it is at rest. Take g=10 N/Kg, apply concepts of pressure and solve the density of the cube.



Any MT Hw

Chemistry
Dear students,
Here's your homework assignment for Qualitative analysis:

Topic: Salts
MCQ: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15, 18, 19, 22
Structured: 2 (entire question), 3(a), 3(c) [Do not do 3(b)]
Free response question: 1 (please do on a piece of foolscap paper for submission)

Due date: next Wednesday, 26th July

Also, Chemistry quiz that was given over the holidays(?)

E Maths:
- Textbook questions.

Biotech
- Worksheet

Social Studies
- PEEL reliability worksheet

A Maths
Weekly hw in GC

English 
- Situational writing practice worksheet jn
- Remember your AA! Your post-debate expository
- Reading program package

History 
- No

Geography
- Read up pages 80 and 81

Physics
Bite-sized homework for WS 3 to be complete by Thur and WB exercise 10 to be submitted the following Monday. 

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Wednesday 19th July week 3

Riddle of the Day:                                             

Mathematics, bearings
A traveler travels 2 Km south from his house, 3 Km East, then 2 Km North, returning to his house. He finds a bear. What's the color of the bear?

You are given 4 choices
a) Black
b) Brown
c) White
d) Purple with Green Polka dots

Any MT Hw

Chemistry
Workbook questions
Qualitative analysis(Complete)


E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech
- Worksheet(?)

Social Studies
- PEEL think tanks 3 by this Friday

A Maths
Weekly hw in GC

English 
- Holiday homework via email
- Remember your AA

History 
- Hitler project(?)

Geography
- Page 79, Question 2, 3 and 4

Physics
- TOTE 1 and 2

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Weekend

Word of the Day:                                                
Ensorcell 
Verb Enchant; Fascinate; 
Ensorcelled by the mysteries of philosophy
Powerful black magic trapped him to a trance; trance of being ensorcelled

Any MT Hw

Chemistry
Selected questions on workbook


E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech
- Worksheet

Social Studies
- PEEL

A Maths
Weekly hw in GC

English 
- Holiday homework via email

History 
- Hitler project by Friday

Geography
Complete the softcopy document on Weather and Climate on GC(if you haven't done so)

Physics
By right nil
For the rest of the class who missed(i.e Dion YZ and Amirul)

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Wednesday, Week 3 12th July

Word of the Day:                                                
Ensorcell 
Verb Enchant; Fascinate; 
Ensorcelled by the mysteries of philosophy
Powerful black magic trapped him to a trance; trance of being ensorcelled

Any MT Hw

Chemistry
Workbook due tomorrow
Qualitative analysis all cation/anion questions


E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech
- Worksheet

Social Studies
- Nil

A Maths
Weekly hw in GC

English 
- Nil

History 
- Hitler project by Friday

Geography
Complete the softcopy document on Weather and Climate on GC(if you haven't done so)

Physics

For the rest of the class who missed(i.e Dion YZ and Amirul)

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Weekend 2 Checklist

Word of the Day:                                                
Axiom
A principle assumption within a sequence of logical conclusions
See: Axioms of Euclid, father of geometry

Mathematics riddle(A little bit of geography will help): A man leaves his cottage and travels South, East, and North again. He ends up back home. He finds a bear. What is the color of the bear?


Any MT Hw

Chemistry
Workbook due next Wednesday
Salts preparation, last page
Salts practical, if haven't passed to Miss Soh, email and pass ASAP


E Maths:
Examples 6-11

Biotech
- Nu

Social Studies
- Nu

A Maths
Weekly hw in GC

English 
- Prepare for debate, for the rest

History 
- (Hitherto unknwown)

Geography
Complete the softcopy document on Weather and Climate on GC

For the rest of the class who missed


Thursday, July 6, 2017

Thursday

Word of the Day:                                                
Grandiloquent
 Pompous and extravagant; intended to impress

Riddle me this!
Strong without arms 
Powerful and old 
Sharp without blades
Freezes without cold 

A curse that turns the folks you see 
From friends to kin, 
Whomever may be
To demons in skin 

like a python this curse coils
Like chains they weigh you during your toils


Any MT Hw

Chemistry
Workbook due next Wednesday
For people who didn't do practical worksheet for salts, submit tomorrow

E Maths:
Examples 6-11

Biotech
- Nu

Social Studies
- Nu


A Maths
Weekly hw in GC

English 
- Prepare for debate

History 
-(apparently nu hw)

Geography
read up okay weather and climate 
For the rest of the class who missed

Physics
Completed notes on pressure 

English
Debate motion: Games help children become successful adults?(someone should have taken a video, honestly. It was quite fun. If you are interested in competitive debating. Tell me next year)

Chemistry
Completed salts and a tiny quiz

Mathematics
Trigonometric identities

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Weekend 1

Word of the Day:                                                
It's a riddle this time. If I think of a riddle I'll give u guys a week to solve it.

Strong without arms 
Powerful and old 
Sharp without blades
Freezes without cold 

A curse that turns men you see 
To murderers malevolent 
A curse that binds you to chains 

Chains not made of metal 

WhatsApp me the answer. You get an infinite amount of tries 
Any MT Hw

Chemistry
Workbook due Thursday 

E Maths:
Nu

Biotech
- Finish up your graph

Social Studies
Reliability Assignment in Google Classroom


A Maths
Weekly hw in GC

English 
Prepare for debate

History 
Nu homework

Geography
Read up on weather and climate

For the rest of the class who missed

Physics
Completed notes on pressure
A Math
Linear Law introduction:

Chemistry
Lab session of salts: Precipitation

Biotech
Size-exclusion Chromatography: Please take the Thursday lecture