Monday, 21 October 2013

Closure for 2013

Video 1: Overcoming Challenges

Key Questions:
What is the key learning points from this video?
What are the nature of supports that you will personally need to oevrcome your own challenges and achieve success?

Video 2: Support

Video 3: Farewell and till we meet again

Video 4: A moment in Time

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Homework for today

Homework for today:

1) Science Biography Worksheet
2) Math Worksheets -- Geometrical Constructions and Linear Graph

Please state if I had missed anything :)

Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Homework for today

1. Chinese Practices

2. Math Worksheet ( Direct and Inverse Proportion)

3. EL Summary

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Homework for today (20/8/13)

1. Sign the I&E form about the camp
2. Prepare for I&E presentation if your group has not presented
3. EL PT
4. Decide who is going to be the coach for every S&W lesson
5. Science worksheet + the 2 examples
6. Maths worksheet if you haven't completed it yet

Please comment if I've missed anything out :3 Good luck for the rest of your level tests ^~^

Monday, 19 August 2013

Homework for today (19 Aug)

Homework for today:

ADMT: Design Journal media presentation techniques thing...
IH: Populations pages (14-2)

Revise for level test! Good Luck! ^~^

Friday, 16 August 2013

Homework for 16/8/13

Hey everyone this is the homework for today:
- Science Forces worksheet due on Tuesday
- English Corrections due on Monday
- Chinese Email Writing due on Wednesday
- Maths Linear Graph worksheet due on Tuesday
- ADMT design journal by Sunday, 8am
- IH country due on Monday

I think that's all... Anything I missed out please comment 

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Homework for 13 August 2013 (Tuesday)

- E- Journals (due on Thursday)

- Video of prototype - put script of presentation in video (due on Friday)
- Digital Poster
- Red dot museum reflections

- Write a 50-word description of each place of interest (due tomorrow)

- Revision Worksheet 2 (Optional)
- Algebra Worksheet (Optional)

- Try to finish up design journal
- Note: all groups (except Luke's, Xue Qin's, Lynette's and Sean's) have to stay back for remedial to complete their design journal

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Homework 06 Aug 2013

Homework for today: 
- I&E worksheet about the Red Dot Museum trip post it on the I&E blog
- English summary worksheet 
- Science do your science worksheet unti; page 14 (i think) and do your science presentation slides
- Maths do the functions worksheet the one where we have to do the graph
That's about it WHEE~~~ JIAYOUHS ^~^ 

Comment if I missed anything out :) 
Thank you~ 

Monday, 5 August 2013

Homework for today: (05/08/14)

- Update journal (ADMT)
- PT (english)
- Watch videos regarding Adolf Hitler and the ndp celebration on Friday , find the similarities (IH)
- Activity on class blog 



Many Stories… One Singapore
This year’s theme for the National Day Parade (NDP) 2013 is Many Stories… One Singapore. Everyone has a story to tell and these stories define who we are as an individual and collectively as a nation. It calls on everyone to remember and share the stories that make us who we are and how we identify ourselves as Singaporeans.
Many Stories…” encourage Singaporeans to tell the story of our personal journey, both individually and collectively as a society, as well as our hopes and aspirations for the future. They can be personal stories or stories we have heard that have touched us. Taken individually, each story shows that we are all unique. Taken together, they tell of who we are as a country.
This leads to One Singapore — a culmination of the unique individual stories that represent the many facets of Singapore society. It is a reminder that despite our different backgrounds, we are one Singapore. It emphasises that we are all interconnected through our shared stories and history.  Together, Many Stories… One Singapore forms a theme that unites all Singaporeans to celebrate what makes us Singapore.


to be discussed as a group of 4.

Each group will consist of the following roles (please write on whiteboard):
-        a concerned parent;
-        an educator;
-        a medical worker who is non-Singaporean and,
-        the news editor / blogger who published the article / issue.
The SARS Experience
            The difficulties our country went through four years ago (2003) has left a deep impression on many people, including young Celina, for that was when the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus broke out in Singapore.
            The morning that the outbreak of the virus in Singapore made headlines, Celina went to school to find that thermometers were given out to everyone.  She and her classmates were very excited to get free thermometers. They did not realize the seriousness of the outbreak.
            Everyone was instructed to take their temperature twice a day in school and the students happily followed the instructions, comparing each other’s temperatures each time.  The giggles as the thermometers went ‘beep’ one by one.
            Soon, a notification was given out to all in school. Everyone was to stay home for a few days as the virus was spreading very quickly.  Even though the students cheered initially when the announcement was made, they soon realized the severity of the issue.
            The few days at home were torturous. There was only one word Celina could use to describe how she felt – bored!  It was like being locked up in a solitary cell!  Although the students could skip school, homework was mailed to them.  News of the virus outbreak made headlines day after day with reports of deaths and sadness of people losing their loved ones. It was very depressing.
            As Celina read the papers and listened to the news reports on the shortage of hospital beds; the mad rush for masks; and the sorrow of families losing their loved ones, she felt depressed. In addition, there was mounting fear and anger at the inconsiderate people who did not practice proper hygiene and did not stay home when they were sick thus preventing a further spread of the virus.
At the same time Celina was full of praise for the selfless and courageous doctors and nurses who put aside their fears and took the risk of being infected to work together and sometimes round the clock to look after the patients and their colleagues who were down with the virus.  Celina and her friends prayed that the researchers and doctors could come up with a cure for the virus.
            Young as she was then – for she was only in Primary Three, she could feel the Singapore Spirit.  She heard of groups getting together to boil cooling tea and distribute it free to the ill.  She was also proud that the government took measures instantly to curb the spread of the virus. The measures taken included curfews, temperature checks, hospitalisation, isolation when required, and screening of tourists and other people coming into Singapore.  Curfews were imposed while temperature checks were carried out at public places.  Where required, people were isolated and tourists entering the country were screened.
            Finally, the virus was under control and Singapore returned to its peace and there were better health conditions.  This was only achieved because the right decisions were made immediately. Singapore has learnt many lessons from this sudden outbreak and she continues to be watchful and vigilant.  Celina and her friends are grateful for that.
            Three cheers for Singapore!

Written by Kang Min Yu of CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School
Source: Treasures from the Nest, 2007 edition

Additional articles on SARS can be located at

Discussion Questions: (to be posted as comments)
1)   What does the SARs experience tell you about the Singapore community a decade ago? [Point of View]
2)   Identify the values that guided the actions that were made in the welfare of others during the SARs experience. [Inferences]
3)   Why is it important for you to be concerned about and involved in the challenges Singapore faces? [Question at Issue]
4)   As an active and concerned member of the society, describe one way you can contribute to keeping the Singapore Spirit alive in times of peace and stability. [End View]

Friday, 2 August 2013

Today's Homework

Today's Homework:
Science: Do the activities on the google site
Create a presentation on the balanced and unbalanced force
Complete your Force worksheet until page 13
Get your prototype ready by next Tuesday
Chinese: Go check the group
I&E: Get your prototype ready by next lesson
IRS: Develop your survey and start your interviews

That should be all, comment if there is anything left out.

Thursday, 1 August 2013

Homework for today! (1st August 13)

Hey guys here is today's homework! (And a brief summary for those outstanding ones)

ADMT: The prototype
I&E: The prototype
Science: The prototype
Chinese: Finish up the 1st chapter for workbook
IRS: Email Mr Tan the questions

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Homework 31 July

Homework 31 July:
Chinese textbook page 26, 29 30, 31
Chinese spelling
ADMT check Edmodo
English letter writing
Tell me ifI missed out anything.

Friday, 26 July 2013

Homework for 26/7/13

Homework for 26/7/13

Task1:完成课本pg15 第3题(从课本中找出答案)
口试2(地铁占座-updated version)
(二)email writing私人电邮-与父母的矛盾

Finish the letter writing template by tuesday
Finish the comprehension by wednesday

Post the video of the activity we did today

Complete the math worksheet given out yesterday if you have not completed.

Please comment if i had missed out or stated some things wrongly. Thank you :)

4 Digital Citizenship 20130726 Who's Interested in ME ? (group)

As a group complete the activity assigned to your group.
Discuss and explicate the key points from your discussion and post as a group entry.

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Based on the previous discussion on cyber issues ... Suggest strategies on how would you protect yourself in the cyberspace from these motives?

------------------------------------------------------------------------GROUP 2

Read the following scenario and extract key points on the following questions:
(1) why is the cause of the crime?
(2) what could be done to prevent the crimes from happening?

------------------------------------------------------------------------GROUP 3

Read the following scenario and extract key points on the following questions:

(1) what is the cause of the crime?

(2) what could be done to prevent the crimes from happening?

------------------------------------------------------------------------GROUP 4
Identify at least 3 rules that we could enforce in S104 to protect ourselves in cyberspace.

3 Digital Citizenship 20130726 Who's Interested in ME ?

Websites are collecting your personal data online and use it for various reasons.
What are their motives?

Watch the following video and reflect on the underlying issues.
Are you aware?