Thursday, 10 January 2013

10 Jan - Homework

- Check your SST email frequently because all school related emails will be sent to that email

- Accept the blog invitation in your SST email
- Read the five paragraph essay sample and complete the outline behind
- Jot down your findings on the summary sheet

Higher Chinese
- 修辞 -> 夸张手法
- 人物描写
  • 动作
  • 语言
  • 肖像

- FUNpack, check the googlesite if you lost the piece of paper (due next Friday)

- Practice 2-5 in the notes-book

- Target Setting at (by this Friday)
- Complete page 5 of the worksheet

- Diagnostic test tomorrow

  1. Classification of organisms
  2. Cells
  3. Transport in humans
  4. Human nutrition
  5. Ecology
- Check your SST email for the target setting form
- Accept the invitation to be co-authors of the Bio blog, it's in your SST email

- Group work, work in your groups of 5 that you had for the linoit exercise 
  1. What is the definition (legally and medically) of death?
  2. How has the definition of death changed through the years and how does it vary across cultures?
  3. What are some criteria the medical community uses to determine if one is “brain dead”?
  4. Describe some difference between “persistent vegetative state” and “brain death”
  5. What are some of the ethical implications of these definitions of death? Provide some real-life examples


Social Studies
- Read The Straits Times, Time, Newsweek, New York Times

- Complete the card (name, decoration and description of yourself)

- That one worksheet. 

- Mock NAPFA test for the remaining station next lesson
- Train hard
- If you fail the mock test, there will be remedial 
- Aim for Silver

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