Friday, September 22, 2017

THIS MONDAY

Teological
 Described or made with an end purpose in mind



Chemistry:
- Exam paper by next Wednesday

E Maths:
- 2016 paper by next week

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- Exam paper: next week
- Remind me to ask Miss Chua to touch on SRQ again

A Maths:
- Weekly Homework/Holiday Homework

English:
- Nil

History:
- Nil

Geography

1. Brush up on plate tectonics for tomorrow's lesson

2. Try out some questions of the practice paper if u want, cuz Mrs Tia is going thru soon 

3. Document on climographix ( with coriolis-monsoon winds write up) due next week's Friday

4. Find time to watch the toggle video on smart cities: higashimatsushima before next wk's 1 hr geog lesson. we will go thru plate tec essay during that lesson.

Physics:
- 2015/2016 paper(not specified when due)

Biology:




Thursday, September 21, 2017

4

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Exam paper by next Wednesday

E Maths:
- 2016 paper by next week

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- Reliability question- by Fri
- Exam paper: next week

A Maths:
- Weekly Homework/Holiday Homework

English:
- 4 Paragraphs for each of the comprehensions GC

History:
- Nil

Geography

1. Brush up on plate tectonics for tomorrow's lesson

2. Try out some questions of the practice paper if u want, cuz Mrs Tia is going thru soon 

3. Document on climographix ( with coriolis-monsoon winds write up) due next week's Friday

Physics:
- 2015/2016 paper(not specified when due)

Biology:
- homeostasis temperature 'thing'

Design Studies 
- Pending

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Countdown: 6 more days

What is
Braver than you believe?
Stronger than it seems?
Smarter than you think?
And loved more than you ever know?

That's right, it's you!

~ A.A Milne, author of Winnie the Pooh

Best wishes to your impending exam

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Video by tomorrow
- Exam paper by next Wednesday

E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- Reliability question- by Fri
- Exam paper: next week

A Maths:
- Weekly Homework/Holiday Homework

English:
- 4 Paragraphs for each of the comprehensions GC

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Exam Paper 2016

Physics:
- 2015/2016 paper(not specified when due)
- If not done, worksheet 12 on waves

Biology:
- Pending

Design Studies 
- Pending

Monday, September 18, 2017

Biotech Exam: about a week left


R
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ddle of the Day:                                             

What is
Braver than you believe?
Stronger than it seems?
Smarter than you think?
And loved more than you ever know?

That's right, it's you!

~ A.A Milne, author of Winnie the Pooh

Best wishes to your impending exam

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- TYS in GC

E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- Social Studies question that was given to us(refine)

A Maths:
- Weekly Homework/Holiday Homework

English:
- 4 Paragraphs for each of the comprehensions

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Exam Paper 2016

Physics:
- Light and reflection worksheet 12(only on reflection),

Biology:
- Pending

Design Studies 
@Jane & Dion you guys just be prepared to talk tomorrow

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Biotech Exam: 11 days left


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ddle of the Day:                                             


A high-density particle lies at the origin of a Cartesian plane. An electron orbits around the particle at X^2 + Y^2 = D. Take the particle to be massless and a point. 

Let t be the amount of time 

When t = 0, the electron lies at the x axis.

The value of D is given as follows: D = [106.9(0.69)^t] -6.9 and D>0
Given that the electron orbits counter-clockwise at a rate of one second per successive phase, meaning 1 round per second, 

a) i)find the value of when the electron strikes the particle
ii) if a Tangent were to be drawn at the incidence of the point at which the electron strikes the particle, find the gradient of the tangent of the orbit of the electron.

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Exam paper (By week 3, 2 weeks from now)
- TYS question + 5 questions: next lesson

E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech:
- New tutorial worksheet

Social Studies:
- Social Studies question that was given to us by tomorrow

A Maths:
- Weekly Homework/Holiday Homework

English:
- Sit Practice~ Brainstorm your ideas on culture

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Document on World map 

Physics:
- Work-sheet on reflection

Biology:
- ???

Design Studies 
@Jane & Dion you guys just be prepared to talk next week

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Exam countdown: 12 days left


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ddle of the Day:                                             


A high-density particle lies at the origin of a Cartesian plane. An electron orbits around the particle at X^2 + Y^2 = D. Take the particle to be massless and a point. 

Let t be the amount of time 

When t = 0, the electron lies at the x axis.

The value of D is given as follows: D = [106.9(0.69)^t] -6.9 and D>0
Given that the electron orbits counter-clockwise at a rate of one second per successive phase, meaning 1 round per second, 

a) i)find the value of when the electron strikes the particle
ii) if a Tangent were to be drawn at the incidence of the point at which the electron strikes the particle, find the gradient of that tangent of incidence.

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- complete metals section up to rust 

E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech:
- New tutorial worksheet

Social Studies:
- Social Studies question that was given to us by Friday

A Maths:
- Weekly Homework/Holiday Homework

English:
- Sit Practice(I don't think finish the essay)

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Document on World map 

Physics:
-

Biology:
- Nil 

Design Studies 
@Jane & Dion you guys just be prepared to talk next week

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

New Term homework


Riddle of the Day:                                             


A high-density particle lies at the origin of a Cartesian plane. An electron orbits around the particle at X^2 + Y^2 = D. Take the particle to be massless and a point. 

Let t be the amount of time 

When t = 0, the electron lies at the x axis.

The value of D is given as follows: D = 106.9(0.69)^t -6.9 and D>0
Given that the electron orbits counter-clockwise at a rate of one second per successive phase, meaning 1 round per second, 

a) i)find the value of when the electron strikes the particle
ii) if a Tangent were to be drawn at the incidence of the point at which the electron strikes the particle, find the gradient of that tangent of incidence.

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Metals (part 2) page 3-4

E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- Nil

A Maths:
- Weekly Homework/Holiday Homework

English:
- Sit Practice(I don't think finish the essay)

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Document on World map 

Physics:
- Waves Workbook due tomorrow 

Biology:
- Nil 

Design Studies 
- Processing...

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

All holiday homework



Riddle of the Day:                                             


A high-density particle lies at the origin of a Cartesian plane. An electron orbits around the particle at X^2 + Y^2 = D. Take the particle to be massless and a point. 

Let t be the amount of time 

When t = 0, the electron lies at the x axis.

The value of D is given as follows: D = 106.9(0.69)^t -6.9 and D>0
Given that the electron orbits counter-clockwise at a rate of one second per successive phase, meaning 1 round per second, 

a) i)find the value of when the electron strikes the particle
ii) if a Tangent were to be drawn at the incidence of the point at which the electron strikes the particle, find the gradient of that tangent of incidence.

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Periodic table P1
- Metals checkpoint 3
- virtual lab

E Maths:
(optional) Acelearning 

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- AA by this coming Wednesday 2359

A Maths:
- I think it's in GC

English:

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Monsoon winds google document 

Physics:

If You haven't already(like me) finish up your theory file 

Biology:
- Nil 

Design Studies 
1. Floor Plan
2. Site Plan
3. Bubble Diagram

4. One point persp.

Friday, August 25, 2017

Weekend checklist and new riddle


R
i
ddle of the Day:                                             

Make no mistake 
Hearts of stone, 
wielders of blades, 
ever marching,
always slaying
bodies littered across the plain
not a drop of blood though many slain
defilers of queens
warriors scarred
marching through your backyard

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Metals Checkpoint

E Maths:
(optional) Acelearning 

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- AA by this coming Wednesday 

A Maths:
- Nil

English:
- Nil

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Watch the videos and complete the document 

Physics:

If You haven't already(like me) finish up your theory file 

Biology:
- Nil 



Thursday, August 24, 2017

Homeworks :D to do


R
i
ddle of the Day:                                             

Make no mistake 
Hearts of stone, 
wielders of blades, 
ever marching,
always slaying
bodies littered across the plain
not a drop of blood though many slain
defilers of queens
warriors scarred
marching through your backyard

Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Nil

E Maths:
(optional) Acelearning 

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- PT

A Maths:
- GC Hw

English:
- Remember to Reflective essay
- Summary Video

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Read up about the Coriolis effect

Physics:

a) Please complete all the following e-Learning tasks by T3W9 Monday (21 August 2017). There will be a Unit Test on EM Waves in T3W9 or T3W10 to test your mastery of the concepts. 

1. Flipped lesson on EM Waves (slides)
2. Read the Marshall Cavendish Textbook (pg 274~281)
3. Complete all questions in the Workbook Worksheet 14 (EM Waves)

- Theory and Practical file

- For Daanish- Worksheet 11

Biology:
- Practical worksheet


For Ashley

A Math: New Trig identities, extend your practice

Chem: Metals and making sense of their reactivity

Geog: Wrapping up Land and Sea Breeze

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Wednesday Homework


R
i
ddle of the Day:                                             
A plastic cube 10m x 10m x 10m is dropped into pure water and submerges exactly halfway. Don’t take into account atmospheric pressure, find the density of the cube.

Hint: Search 'Archimedes' principle'
Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Metal inquiry activity and checkpoint practice 1

E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- PT
- Inference practice

A Maths:
- GC Hw

English:
- Remember to Reflective essay
- Summary Video

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Read up about the Coriolis effect

Physics:

a) Please complete all the following e-Learning tasks by T3W9 Monday (21 August 2017). There will be a Unit Test on EM Waves in T3W9 or T3W10 to test your mastery of the concepts. 

1. Flipped lesson on EM Waves (slides)
2. Read the Marshall Cavendish Textbook (pg 274~281)
3. Complete all questions in the Workbook Worksheet 14 (EM Waves)

- Theory and Practical file


Biology:
- Nil



Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Tuesday


R
i
ddle of the Day:                                             
A plastic cube 10m x 10m x 10m is dropped into pure water and submerges exactly halfway. Don’t take into account atmospheric pressure, find the density of the cube.

Hint: Search 'Archimedes' principle'
Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Nil

E Maths:
(optional) Acelearning 

Biotech:
- Nil

Social Studies:
- PT

A Maths:
- GC Hw

English:
- Remember to Reflective essay
- Summary Video

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Read up about the Coriolis effect

Physics:


a) Please complete all the following e-Learning tasks by T3W9 Monday (21 August 2017). There will be a Unit Test on EM Waves in T3W9 or T3W10 to test your mastery of the concepts. 

1. Flipped lesson on EM Waves (slides)
2. Read the Marshall Cavendish Textbook (pg 274~281)
3. Complete all questions in the Workbook Worksheet 14 (EM Waves)

- Theory and Practical file

- For Daanish- Worksheet 11

Biology:
- Practical worksheet


For Ashley

A Math: New Trig identities, extend your practice

Chem: Metals and making sense of their reactivity

Geog: Wrapping up Land and Sea Breeze

Monday, August 21, 2017

Study Hard


R
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ddle of the Day:                                             
A plastic cube 10m x 10m x 10m is dropped into pure water and submerges exactly halfway. Don’t take into account atmospheric pressure, find the density of the cube.

Hint: Search 'Archimedes' principle'
Any MT Hw

Chemistry:
- Metal inquiry activity and checkpoint practice 1

E Maths:
- Nil

Biotech:
- Just Study

Social Studies:
- PT

A Maths:
- GC Hw

English:
- Remember to Reflective essay
- Summary Video

History:
- Nil

Geography
- Finish Google classroom if you haven't done so~ Land and Sea Breeze in terms of pressure

Physics:


a) Please complete all the following e-Learning tasks by T3W9 Monday (21 August 2017). There will be a Unit Test on EM Waves in T3W9 or T3W10 to test your mastery of the concepts. 

1. Flipped lesson on EM Waves (slides)
2. Read the Marshall Cavendish Textbook (pg 274~281)
3. Complete all questions in the Workbook Worksheet 14 (EM Waves)

- Theory and Practical file

- For Daanish- Worksheet 11

Biology:
- Practical worksheet


For Daanish

EL: Finished up the worksheet on Use of figurative language, and started on Summary skills by watching a video.

Phys: TOTE worksheets and Workbook and started on waves(Btw rmb to submit worksheet 11)

A math: Learned about more intricate trigonometric unknowns

Biotech: 2016 and 2014 paper