Wednesday, March 8, 2017


ord of the Day:                                                                    

Logical Fallacies based on works of Aristotle

Loaded Question
Philosophy The Loaded Question
Loaded questions are fallacies in themselves as they assume far too much, and often in a way that traps the person answering the question. Regardless of the answer (yes or no), the person inevitably agrees to the other assumptions. To avoid this trap, the person answering should try to reframe the entire question. 

- Work on your Arguments in your body paragraph, complete by this Friday
PT. So far you just need to GET INTO YOUR GROUPS by today
Preferably, you can learn the basics on logarithms right here

A Maths:

T1 Week 10 (March Holidays)

Textbook Exercise 1.3 (pg 21-24)

Tier A: 3a, 3d, 4a
Tier B: 8a, 9, 10, 12
Tier C: 16, 18

* Some of you also have not been able to submit last (last) week's homework. Pass to me tomorrow.

- Make sure that your files are ready by tomorrow 
- Chem PT. work on it. Draft is due  this Friday 

- Practical Worksheet

Google Classroom Assignment 

* Only Units and Measurements

• Please bring $6.50 and pass to Brendan Lee Shi He
• Density, Weight and Mass workbook this Wednesday


Fill in the blanks on the Google Document 

Social Studies:
- Google classroom assignment on organs of Government, by next lesson(i.e tomorrow)

Watch this neat video

Design Studies:

Assemble in Classroom for these few days 
Warn your parents not to go vacation during September Holidays. We will have a Chemistry Practical which the whole level needs to be present.

Due soon

-Physics (Density, Mass and Gravity)
-Social Studies Google Classroom assignment 
-A Maths T1 Week 9.(10-30 min)
-S&W Assignment
-Finish up the body paragraphs
- Physics file 

Maths PT
Chemistry PT
Physics PT

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