Friday, February 17, 2017

17/2/17 Homework

Next week:

Fill up page 2-6 for bio worksheet on reproduction in humans
Complete Chemistry Redox titration experiment by next Tuesday 
Start working on math financial question- going to be reviewed next week 
Complete log book for biotech 
Math differentiation assignment 1e q 1d,1f, 4.  Assignment 1f q 3,6,7.  Due on Wednesday 
Complete Tchoukball coaching template 
Complete chemistry level test by Thursday
Complete acknowledgement form for celebration at SST by Monday

No deadline:

Finish selected SS questions in the handout given 
Read up on all of the pages for reproduction in plants for Bio
Optional: Math in email
Start working on level test practices

Announcements:

-Students in the health check up list to report for health check up on Monday at 10.45 (check email for details and for who is intended to go)
-take note that next Monday students are to report at 7.40 and there will be house meeting in the afternoon
-place an order for class photos and inform Aeron

Bio Dates:

W8 - Practice Task-Homeostasis 
W9 - Level test 
W10 - SPA #2  

Additional Tasks: 

-start working on/complete  NYAA 
-Fill up form for testimonial by June

Level Test Information:

BIO: Homeostasis, nervous system, eye, hormones
Physics: Light, Sound, Static Electricity, current of electricity(specific parts that is taught)
Chem: Periodic table, Metals and energy changes
English: Comprehension Sec A and B
Emath: Mathematics in practical situation
Amath: Differentiation and application of differentiation 
SS: 25 marks- 4 SBQ(healthcare): 
Inference 
Utility 
Surprise 
Geography: Topics tested for Geog Level Test (2 March):

1. Variations in global food consumption patterns
2. Reasons for growth and variations in food consumption 
3. Impact of adequate and excess food consumption on individuals and countries
4. Trends in production of food crops 
5. Physical factor influencing the intensity of food production 

The above content is in the textbook pages 90 - 128. There will be one LORMS essay qn (8 marks) while the rest are data-response questions. 

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