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[S3] Term 1 Week 0 (6-12 Jan) Updates/Debrief

SPECIAL MENTION FROM HQ (CNY HOLIDAY)

Please refer to the term calendar (subjected to changes). https://tinyurl.com/S123AnnualCalendar

There is no lesson scheduled in the week (23 – 29 Jan 2020). No lesson is billed in that week.
Lessons on 21, 22, 30 and 31 Jan is on as per scheduled.

[S3 Physics PMCians]

WHAT WE DID IN 2 HOURS

We have finished covering Measurement, whereby we spent the last lesson on the concepts of measurement of time using a pendulum and ticker tape timer, as well as a quick overview of scalar and vector quantities. And we wrapped everything up with 2 quizzes and a test, with lots of PMC dollars to give out! Thumbs up to those who earned some moolah!
You can check out your test results in the student portal now.

WHAT YOU TAKE HOME

Check out this interesting video on the history of time-keeping
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjSwRwAqQA4 

Do watch also this fascinating video on Pendulum waves. Order and chaos demonstrated through the beauty of Physics.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVkdfJ9PkRQ&t=9s

SPECIAL MENTION

We’ll be moving on to Mass, Weight and Densitynext week. In the meantime, stay cool and have a great week ahead.

[S3 Maths PMCians]

WHAT WE DID IN 2 HOURS

We have completed Indices (E Maths topic) with a team-based game. Hope you had fun! 

Following which, we started on our first A Maths topic – Surds this week. Surds is a simple topic to get your started on the demands of A Maths. We aim to adopt good “housekeeping” habits like simplifying the bigger numbers first before solving the question to avoid careless mistakes. Students are always reminded to adhere to these good habits.  

WHAT YOU TAKE HOME

Please attempt the Take Away Questions for Surds and check your answers here: https://tinyurl.com/rs6yc8s

SPECIAL MENTION

There will be a test on Surds next week when we complete the chapter. 

[S3 Chemistry PMCians]

WHAT WE DID IN 2 HOURS

We recapped the basics of Kinetic Particle Theory:

1)    Arrangements and Movements

2)    Heating and Cooling Curves

Then we moved on looking in depth into diffusion and understanding how the 2 factors affect the rate of diffusion:

1)    Temperature

2)    Molecular Mass

WHAT YOU TAKE HOME

Please remember to complete the Take Home Gems for KPT.

SPECIAL MENTION

To get you ready for this week lesson, enjoy the video below:

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