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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Homework



Dear S1-05,

Here is the homework for today:

English
-File English file and it on top of the counter
-Reading Programme Act-out is this Wednesday

- Find 10 fables and write a reflection on your favourite

- The 'Beasts of England' WS

Chinese:
- do corrections for level test compo

Science
-Cell structures
- acid and bases WS

- finish drawing the 2 graphs
- Cell Structure WS

Math
-Level Test Corrections (answers are on the google site)

- Math notes pg 21-23 
- Assignment 4.6 (factorisation)

History
-Performance Task
-Brochure

ADMT
-Get started on multimedia presentations.


Best Regards,

Jun Yi

Monday, 30 March 2015

Deon and Haozhi Tribute to LKY

The link is:
https://docs.google.com/a/s2015.sst.edu.sg/document/d/1Ff19hP3XcgMF_oICu21HxQY8Qo1ZEZt0_cx4fkn800o/mobilebasic

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here is the homework for today:

English
-File English file and it on top of the counter
-Reading Programme Act-out is this Wednesday

- Find 10 fables and write a reflection on your favourite

- The 'Beasts of England' WS

Chinese:
- do corrections for level test compo

Science
-Cell structures
- acid and bases WS

- finish drawing the 2 graphs

Math
-Level Test Corrections (answers are on the googlesite)

- Math notes pg 21-23 
- Assignment 4.6 (factorisation)

History
-Performance Task
-Brochure

ADMT
-Get started on multimedia presentations.


Best Regards,

Jun Yi

Sunday, 29 March 2015

Rachelle and Thea's Tribute to Lee Kuan Yew

The Tribute Which Was Most Meaningful To Us:

This tribute was most meaningful to us because the artist has dedicated his days and hours to do this piece of art to remember Mr Lee Kuan Yew.  He drew this picture and related it back to Mr Lee Kuan Yew as he persevered on to draw this delicate piece of art, while Mr Lee Kuan Yew at the same time persevered on to change Singapore into a better place like what we see now a success. Through his work, the man he has drawn would be remembered, and so when anyone who looks at the picture that he has drawn, they would be remembered about Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the father of our nation.


                                                                                              By Rachelle and Thea

Friday, 27 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here is the homework for today:

English
-File English file and it on top of the counter
-Reading Programme Act-out is next Wednesday
-Reflection on yestterday's lesson

- Find 10 fables and write a reflection on your favourite


Chinese:
- do corrections for level test compo
- AA (DUE TONIGHT 2359)

Science
-Cell structures
- acid and bases WS

Math
-Level Test Corrections (answers are on the googlesite)
- Math notes pg 21-23 
- Assignment 4.6 (factorisation)

History
-Performance Task
-Brochure

ADMT
-Get started on multimedia presentations.


Best Regards,

Jun Yi

Tribute to LKY.

(Mr Davinder Singh is a Singaporean lawyer who is well-known and is an inspiration to all.)

We agree with Mr Davinder Singh as Lee Kuan Yew was indeed a great man who sacrificed what was necessary for us, Singaporeans. An inspiring leader to all, he dedicated himself and all he had as the first Prime Minister of Singapore. My parents too talked about Mr Lee Kuan Yew. He helped dissipate the racial differences in Singapore, gave confidence to the minority, boosted our confidence and kept us unharmed. With his work, he left the world, leaving behind his final masterpiece, Singapore. A nation economically strong, a nation without threats and a nation of the future. He gave us the right to walk around Singapore, confidently, freely and proudly. He boosted the citizens’ morale and gave us good values. Through his speeches and messages, even until he became a minister mentor and fully retired, he impacted the whole nation, the whole world maybe, with the way he spoke, and how he got things done. The world admired him. Even after his passing, the whole world still remembers what he has done that transformed a kampong village into a growing, bustling metropolis.

Aidan(8) and Desmond (13)

Keanan and Yun Chuan

This is our favourite because with him, we managed to urbanise the whole country in the timespan of 50 years while other countries took many more years and without him we would not be where we are today.

Kai Le and Xavier

The link is :
https://docs.google.com/a/s2015.sst.edu.sg/presentation/d/1JsaPJwjoYwaQz5TUnQ-L545UApqNstzfRzecZ8oZw8s/edit?usp=sharing

Hengxu and Darren ( Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew )

This tribute meant a lot to me and Darren as we agree that we as Singaporeans shall not let Mr Lee Kuan Yew's fruit of labour gone into waste and pay back for what he has done and continue his legacy.

Mr Lee's Tribute(Jane and Jun Yi)

This tribute has a lot of hidden meaning. Without Mr Lee, we would not even be a SIngaporean. We are proud to be a developed country that is a thriving metropolis. Without Mr Lee, the term ‘Singaporean’ would not exist. It is only under Mr Lee’s strong leadership and courage, that we have have been moulded into what we are today. Mr Lee  was a strong, sharp and firm man, He looked ahead of what Singapore would become and was determined to transform and change the country into something even better. We would never be a ‘Singapore’, much less and ‘proud Singaporean’ without Mr Lee.

Yak Hng and Deandra (Tribute for LKY)




We chose this tribute as it signifies how much Lee Kuan Yew had sacrificed for our country and we should be grateful and not take what he did for granted. We should continue to improve our country, continue his legacy for what he had done for us and to follow his directions that he had set for us for a good future and country.

Thursday, 26 March 2015

Mr Lee Kuan Yew

For those who want to visit Mr Lee Kuan Yew tonight, please note that MRT services will not run all night as maintenance of the trains and tracks are carried out to ensure that our MRT and LRT services run safely and reliably. However, MRT services will be ending 55 minutes later than usual.

UPDATE ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPERATING HOURS
MRT and LRT train services will end later tonight for members of the public who wish to pay their last respects to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew at Parliament House. 
The last MRT trains will leave City Hall, Raffles Place and Clarke Quay stations at about 12.45am instead of the usual around 11.50pm. LRT services and 41 feeder bus services will also run for extended service hours to match the arrival of the last trains to provide connectivity between the train stations and the residential areas. 
For members of the public who are going to or leaving Parliament House after the last trains, SBS Transit and SMRT will operate their Night Bus services (that normally operate only on Fridays, Saturdays and eves of Public Holidays) from 12.00am to 6.00am. They will provide connections to major residential areas such as Jurong, Bukit Batok, Yishun, Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang and Tampines. These 13 bus services will operate at intervals of 20 minutes up to 3.00am, and 30 minutes thereafter to 6.00am.
The public transport operators are not able to run train services the entire night tonight as they did last night, because of the need for them to carry out maintenance of the trains and tracks to ensure that our MRT and LRT services run safely and reliably. Such work can only be done at night after revenue hours, and the operators did not carry out the works last night because they ran the trains 24 hours to cater to the public who were paying their last respects to Mr Lee on the first night of the Lying in State. Both SMRT and SBS Transit will deploy additional staff to ensure that maintenance work that could not be done last night due to the non-stop train operations, are completed tonight despite the shorter engineering hours. 
Demand for train services last night at the City Hall, Raffles Place, Clarke Quay and Chinatown MRT stations was low. Commuter traffic data indicated that our MRT trains which were running between midnight last night and 6.00am this morning at reduced frequencies of 15-20 minutes, were on average carrying less than 10% of its maximum capacity. Many commuters also took alternative travel modes such as private cars and taxis. We expect lower demand for public transport tonight compared to last night. Hence, tonight, the slightly extended hours of operation of the trains and feeders, and full-night operation of the 13 Night Bus services, should be able to meet demand. LTA will continue to monitor the level of demand tonight and adjust as needed. 
Commuters can visit http://www.mytransport.sg/,http://www.sbstransit.com.sg/ and http://www.smrt.com.sg/ for more information.

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here is the homework for today:

English
-File English file and it on top of the counter
-Reading Programme Act-out is next Wednesday
-Reflection on yestterday's lesson

- Find 10 fables and write a reflection on your favourite

Chinese:
- do corrections for level test compo
- AA

Science
-Cell structures
- acid and bases WS
Math
-Level Test Corrections (answers are on the googlesite)

- Answer the 3 questions on the blog.
- Math notes pg 21-23 


History
-Performance Task
-Brochure

ADMT
-Get started on multimedia presentations.


Best Regards,

Jun Yi

Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here is the homework for today

English

-File English file and it on top of the counter
-Reading Programme Act-out is next Wednesday
-Reflection on today's lesson

- Find 10 fables and write a reflection on your favourite

Science
-Cell structures

Math
-Level Test Corrections (answers are on the googlesite)

History
-Performance Task
-Brochure

ADMT
-Get started on multimedia presentations.


Please be reminded that there is health checkup tmr @ 11.20am. Please be in S&W attire when you come for the checkup.


Best Regards,

Jun Yi

Mr Lee Kuan Yew

For those who want to visit Mr Lee Kuan Yew after midnight(like me)and are taking MRT, night buses or feeder buses to the parliament house, please take note:

Updated joint statement:
Joint Media Statement by LTA, SBST and SMRT
Extension of public transport operating hours
All train services, both MRT and LRT, will continue operating after normal hours tonight at frequencies of up to 20 minutes for members of the public who wish to pay their last respects to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew at Parliament House.
41 feeder bus services serving the residential towns will also operate non-stop tonight. SBS Transit’s six Nite Owl Services, that normally operate on Fridays, Saturdays and eves of Public Holidays, will also operate tonight from 12.00am to 6.00am. These bus services will operate at intervals of 20 to 30 minutes.
LTA will work with the operators to monitor passenger demand and maintenance regime to determine the extent of our public transport services that can be provided on subsequent nights during this period.

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Langlit:
1. Alternative Assessment

ADMT:
Science
I&E
Best Regards,
Jane

1. English file check
2. sign up for grammmly(grammarly.com)
3. El skit will be presented next wednesday on april 1. (black red, scene 1) ( green, blue  scene 2) and (yellow scene 3)
4. when papers are returned on thursday, type it out on on the google doc shared with you as corrections and check text on grammarly.
5. reflection on EL journal on George Orwell(what you know about him, what you think about him, how this knowledge will affect you when reading 'Animal Farm' and what you have learnt today)

Math
1. Lesson 3-5 notes 16 & 17

History:
2. Brochure 

1. Get started on your project (multimedia presentation, iBook etc)

1. Cell structure(in grps)

1. drawing of futuristic phone


Ha Deandra. Just because i said so. Get well soon Jun Yi ;)

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here is the homework for today

Math

-Finish up Lessen 3-5 notes for Algebra

English

-File English file and it on top of the counter
-Finish the 3 stories and the follow-up activities
-Sign up for Grammarly
-Reading Programme Act-out is next Wednesday
-Reflection on today's lesson

Science
-Cell structures

March Holiday Homework

Math
-Math 4.5
-Level Test Corrections

History
-Performance Task
-Brochure

ADMT
-Get started on multimedia presentations.


Best Regards,

Deandra

Monday, 23 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Chinese:
1. 活动本 pg 15-25
2. The 4 WS
3. Alternative Assessment

Langlit:
1. Read your 3 stories and do the follow up activity

2. English file check

Math
1. Lesson 3-5 notes 16 & 17
2. Math Level Test corrections
3. Math Assignment 4.5

History:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. Brochure 

ADMT:
1. Get started on your project (multimedia presentation, iBook etc)

Science
1. Cell structure

Best Regards,
Jun Yi

Saturday, 21 March 2015

Mild Haze

Dear classmates,
  As the PSI reaches unhealthy levels once again, please stay indoors and try to avoid going out as much as possible. If you really need to go out, please wear a N95 mask. The haze is expected to improve with the strengthening of winds later in the day.Thank you very much and have a nice weekend!!!
(3-hr PSI as of 21 March 2015 at 5pm is 93)
Sincerely,
Xavier
(For more information and real-time air quality data, go to http://www.nea.gov.sg/home)

Friday, 20 March 2015

Mild Haze

Dear classmates,
  As the PSI reaches unhealthy levels, please stay indoors and avoid going out as much as possible. If you really need to go out, please wear a N95 mask. The haze is expected to improve with the strengthening of winds later in the day.Thank you very much and have a nice weekend!!!
(3-hr PSI as of 20 March 2015 at 7pm is 105)
Sincerely,
Xavier
(For more information and real-time air quality data, go to http://www.nea.gov.sg/home)

Friday, 13 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for the school holidays:

Chinese:
1. 活动本 pg 15-25
2. The 4 WS
3. Alternative Assessment

Langlit:
1. Eye-witness report

Math
1. Lesson 3-5 notes 16 & 17
2. Math Level Test corrections
3. Math Assignment 4.5

History:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. Brochure 

ADMT:
1. Get started on your project (multimedia presentation, iBook etc)

Science
1. Cell structure

Best Regards,
Jun Yi



Thursday, 12 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Math:
1. File Check (tmr)
2. Algebra notes Lesson 3-5 pg 16 & 17

Langlit:
1. Eye - witness report

Chinese
1. 活动本 pg 15-25
2. 听写(明天)

History:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. Brochure 

I&E:
1. I&E Journal (by this fri)

ADMT:
1. Get started on your project (multimedia presentation, iBook etc)

Don't think of how badly you had done for Level Test, think of how you can improve.


Best Regards,
Jun Yi



Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Chinese:
1. 活动本 (due tmr)
2. 找配词 (due tmr)

Math:
1. Assignment 4.5
2. Lesson 3-5 notes, pg 16 and 17
3. Math file check on Fri

History:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. Pair work (push and pull factors assessment)


I&E:
1. I&E Journal (by this fri)

ADMT:
1. Get started on your project (multimedia presentation, iBook etc)

Best Tegards,
Jun Yi



Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Langlit:

1. Hudson river eye witness report
ADMT:
1. Finish the Journal

2. Bring a mouse next lesson for google sketchup


History:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. Pair work (push and pull fatcors)

Chinese:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. go to PBworks and do your 词语。

3. 活动本
4 课本 问题一和二

I&E
1. I&E Journal (by this fri)

Math

1. Assignment 4.4
2. Math file check on Friday

Best Regards,
Jun Yi

Monday, 9 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:


ADMT:
1. Finish the Journal

2. bBing a mouse next lesson for google sketchup


History:
1. Alternative Assessment

Chinese:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. go to PBworks and do your 词语。

3. 习字 《漫画男孩》

I&E
1. I&E Journal (by next fri)

Best Regards,
Jun Yi

Friday, 6 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Langlit:
1. RP


ADMT:
1. Finish the Journal


History:
1. Alternative Assessment

Chinese:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. go to PBworks and do your 词语。

3. 习字 《漫画男孩》

I&E
1. I&E Journal (by next fri)

Best Regards,
Jun Yi

Thursday, 5 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Langlit:
1. RP

2. Bhopal WS

ADMT:
1. Finish the Journal


History:
1. Alternative Assessment

Chinese:
1. Alternative Assessment

2. go to PBworks and do your 词语。


Best Regards,
Jun Yi

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Langlit:
1. RP

2. Bhopal WS

ADMT:
1. Finish the Journal


History:
1. Alternative Assessment

Chinese:
1. Alternative Assessment


Best Regards,
Jun Yi

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

Langlit:
1. RP

ADMT:
1. Finish the Journal


History:
1. Alternative Assessment

Chinese:
1. Alternative Assessment

Best Regards,
Jun Yi

Monday, 2 March 2015

Homework

Dear S1-05,

Here's the homework for today:

ADMT:
1. Finish the Journal

Langlit:
1.T1W9b Reading Programme (not everyone has it, those who haven't got it, please get it from Desmond tomorrow)

History:
1. Alternative Assessment

Chinese:
1. Alternative Assessment

Best Regards,
Jun Yi