Wednesday, April 25, 2012

IPS Physics Photo Contest

Deadline for submission: 15 May 2012.

NUS Physics Video Competition

Deadline for submission: 15 May 2012 to Mr Tan Hoe Teck

Monday, April 23, 2012

SAFMC - 2013

SAFMC - 2013 (March)



Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Lesson 25 to 28 - Preparation and Submission of Individual Reports (Term 1 Week 7)

Dear students,

For those who have finished your experiments, you can start preparing your Individual Reports.

As for those who are still in the FUTURE TENSE, be motivated and press on to complete it !



Thursday, February 9, 2012

Submission of INTRO section of Written Report

Dear students,

This is a reminder to submit your INTRO section of your Written Report to your respective IRS teachers.

The INTRO section consists of the following parts:

(a) INTRODUCTION (200 words)
(b) LITERATURE REVIEW (300 words)
(c) HYPOTHESIS (you can copy from your GPP)

This report is to be submitted in this format INDIVIDUALLY to your IRS tutor.

with the following file name:



INTRO = introduction
S2 = Secondary 2
08 = Class number
X = Group number
HOETECK = name of student



Friday, February 3, 2012

ISS Lesson 21 to 24 - Term 1 Week 6 - Reporting of results & Writing of discussion paragraph

Dear ISS students,

In this weeks' lesson, your Science Teacher will manage the time between doing experiments and teaching you about "Reporting of results" and "Writing of discussion paragraph". It is most likely that you will have 1 period in the classroom and 3 periods in the laboratory so that you can start preparing your reports as soon as possible, even while your experiments are still in progress.

For the reporting of results, your teachers will introduce to you the various types of reporting results:
(a) by tables
(b) by graphs
(c) by pictures
For each of the types of data reporting, there are certain standards that you should do it. Please refer to your ISS teachers for advice.

For the writing of the discussion paragraph, there are certain standards that you should be able to achieve based on your current research projects. Please seek advice from your teachers should you have any.

All the best to your projects

and happy discovering the Scientific Method.