HW reminder for 11/10/10 (By Eunice)

Elo!

Here is the HW for today:-

-ADMT - Design Journal, Multimedia Presentation, Prototype
-Math - Complete the practise paper, if you have not
-English - Learning Oasis Class: Go to http://shortstoryideas.herb.me.uk/scenarios.htm and complete your English Journal by next lesson
-History - Finish the SBQ worksheet given today
 
 
**There is extra Chemistry lesson this WEDNESDAY. Please be there.
 
 
**There is extra Chinese lesson this WEDNESDAY. Please be there.
 
 
**There is extra Math lesson this WEDNESDAY.
 
 
**There are History extra lessons this FRIDAY. Please be there.
 
 
**Here is the format for the EOY maths exam:

SEMESTER 2 EXAMS 2010 -

There will be 2 papers
Paper 1: 60 minutes - 45 marks
Paper 2: 75 minutes - 55 marks

CALCULATORS WILL BE ALLOWED FOR BOTH PAPERS, but you will need to show all relevant workings to get the METHOD MARKS.

TOPICS FOR THE EXAM -
1) Factors & Multiples
2) Real Numbers
3) Approximation & Estimation
4) Rate, Ratio & Speed
5) Percentage
6) Number Patterns
7) Statistics
8) Angle & Parallel Lines
9) Triangles & Polygons
10) Algebra & Algebraic Manipulation - including algebraic fractions
11) Solving of Linear Equations
12) Factorisation & Expansion of Quadratic Expressions
13) Coordinates & Linear Graphs
 
 
**Here is the format for the History EOY exam:
•  Structured essay questions(14 marks)
–  4 questions

•  Source‐based questions(11 marks)
–  2 questions

•  Total: 25 marks
•  Time: 1 hour 15 minutes

What to revise:

Content(WW2)
–  The concept of “con´Čéict” and how WWII is an
example of conflict
–  Japan’s reasons for going to war
–  Why and how Singapore fell so quickly to the
Japanese in 1942
–  Life during Syonan‐to: how the people in
Singapore were treated by the Japanese

Content(Immigration)
–  The concept of “immigration” 
–  Voluntary and involuntary factors for immigration
to Singapore in the 19th Century
–  Contributions of the early pioneers to the development of Singapore

Skills
–  Structured essay questions – how to write an
introduction, do PEEL(s) and end your essay with a conclusion
conclusion
–  Source‐based questions - 1)Basic Inference question 2) Inference + Purpose question

If you do not score over 55% for this exam, you will need to return on 29 or 30 Nov for a re-test.
 
 
**Here is the format for the EOY English exam:

Paper 1 English
Section A: 30m - 1h (Free writing)
Narrative/Personal Recount [300-500 words]
Section B: 30m - 45 min (Situational Writing)[120-200 words]
{Advertising techniques may be tested}

Paper 2 English
40m - 1h 40 mins
Compre -> Indirect, Quote, Direct, Vocab questions (20m)
Summary 20m

Total: 100m
 
 
**Here is the format of the Geography EOY:
 
Date: 18/10/10
Duration : 75 mins
Total Marks : 30 marks

Structured Questions (Total : 30 Marks)

Population Geography (Lesson 8, 9 and 10)

Case Studies : India Population Studies
Case Studies : China’s One-Child Policy
Case Studies : Singapore Population Policy from 1970
Population pyramid
Demographic Transition Model

Industrial Location (Lesson 11)
 

**There would be a Combined Science Test for EOY. Topics covered are everything we have learnt for all 3 Sciences. Please prepare for it.

 
 
 
 
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1 comment:

  1. Quadratic Equation is a polynomial equation of second degree. The general form of a quadratic equations is ax2+bx+c = 0.

    The contributions of the ancient Indian Mathematicians to quadratic equations are quite significant and extensive. Before 800BC Indian Mathematicians constructed 'altars' based on the solutions of quadratic equation ax2+bx+c =0, Aryabhatta gave a rule to sum the geometric series which involves the solution of a quadratic equation.



    Discriminant of Quadratic EquationBack to Top
    The following table shows the nature of the roots of a quadratic equation with rational coefficients.

    Discriminant 2 Square root
    = 0 perfect rational and equal
    > 0
    perfect or not perfect

    rational and unequal (or)

    irrational and unequal roots

    < 0 not perfect complex and conjugate roots in pair
    Formation of a Quadratic EquationBack to Top
    Let us form the quadratic equation whose roots are and .

    Then x = , y = are the roots

    Therefore x - = 0 and

    , y -

    so (x - ) (y -

    Maximum and Minimum Values of a Quadratic ExpressionBack to Top
    An expression of the type ax2+bx+c is called " quadratic expression".

    The quadratic expression ax2+bx+c takes different values as x takes different values.

    As x varies from - to + ax2+bx+c

    has a minimum value whenever a> 0.
    The minimum value of the quadratic expression is (4ac-b2 )/4a and it occurs at x = - b/2a.

    2. has a maximum value whenever a< 0.

    The maximum value of the quadratic expression is (4ac-b2 )/4a and it occurs at x = - b/2a.

    Quadratic Equation FormulaBack to Top
    The general form of a quadratic equations is ax2+bx+c = 0 .

    The set of all solutions of a quadratic equation is called its solution set. The values of x that make a quadratic equation true is called its roots or zeros or solutions. Quadratic equations can be solved by factorization method or by using quadratic formula

    x = (-b± √(b²-4ac))/(2a)

    quadratic formula

    [x = (-b+-sqrt(b] 2 [-4ac))/(2a)]

    [where b] 2 [ -4ac] [ is called the discriminant of the quadratic equation.] [ A quadratic equation has two roots. ]

    I have given only explanation of Algebaric expression .So you can visit here for broadway :-
    so visit algebraic expressions

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