Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Daily Reminder: Tuesday, 28/01/2014

Dear S1-08, here are the tasks for today:
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Homework Due Today:

1. English: Email Miss Tay: "English Writing Exercise 1" (Email address: debbie_tay@sst.edu.sg) (due: Tuesday, 28/01/2014)
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Homework Due Tomorrow: 

English: Write your personal recount on foolscap paper, topic: "A Time When I Had Learnt Something New" (due: Wednesday, 29/01/2014)

Sports & Wellness: Post presentation on "Warm Up Procedures" and also video about NAPFA Test stations if you have not. (due: Wednesday, 29/01/2014)

Science: Do the last page of science worksheet: "Worksheet: Diffusion and Osmosis" (due: Wednesday, 29/01/2014)
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Home Due After Tomorrow:

Art, Design, Media & Technology: 1. Research on: What is the history of SEA Games?/What are the countries participating in the games? 2. Find 5 pictures of past year SEA Games logo with short sentences about the logo.  3. Find what is common between them. 4. Discuss the colours used in the logos, evaluate whether it is related to the country hosting the SEA Games or not. (Only use ".gov" or ".edu" websites for reference. Also, paste the link of the website you referred to. ) [due: Thursday, 30/01/2014(not confirmed)]

Mathematics: Do page 33 of "Sec 1 Maths 2014 Term 1 Notes" within 15 minutes, on foolscap paper. [due: Thursday, 30/01/2014(not confirmed)]
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Have a good day! =)

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting the homework early!

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  2. Isn't there homework on national education the one at the back of the worksheet (diffusion and osmosis)

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  3. Thank you so much for posting the homework on time

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  4. Why does Zhihan always post ADMT hmk saying its due on Wed? There isn't even ADMT on Wednesday .

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  5. I agree with Ian. But anyway, thanks!

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