Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Homework for 29 Jan 2014

Science
Homework: Transport in Humans
MCQ: 7,8,9,10
Section B: Q4,
Section C: Q1

To be handed in to Science Rep on CNY Eve. Science Rep please put into Mr Ng’s pigeon-hole outside the staffroom

Homework (to be completed by 4th Feb):
Watch Video on Food Test (posted on blog)
Nutrients – Worksheet Activity 3 (Page 11-12, instructions posted on blog)

Math

Viva Voce Practice

This is a practice of the upcoming alternative assessment task (Term 1 Week X). Deadline for submission is on 7 February, 23 59 h.

We are going to do this Practice as Homework so that you have an idea how the assessment is going be like, and at the same time to iron out any potential technical issues.
Based on feedback from your seniors, this practice is going to be very helpful in preparing you for the alternative assessment.

The task is COMPULSORY, and you are to submit your work via the GoogleForm at the end of this page.


Topic: Number systems


Objective of Task: 
To demonstrate your understanding of the concepts and calculations through clear articulation and presentation of problem solving.


Instructions (I):
  • This is an individual task. Complete the viva voce practice on your own.
  • This is a reinforcement of similar questions based on the topic covered in class.
  • It will also help you to seek and articulate your understanding of concepts as you attempt to explain your approach and solution to the problem.
  • You should not take more than 1 hour to complete the entire task.

Note: 
For this practice, you will need to record your work and upload on YouTube.


Questions:
  • Explain how you will convert the number 91 from a decimal system to a binary system.
  • Explain how you will perform the simple arithmetic operation “91 minus 8” in binary.
 Instructions (II):
  • Research on how to count in binary system using the digits “0” and “1”.
  • Explain briefly, in your own words, on how a binary system works. You may choose to use any visualization tools to help explain yourself.
  • Work out and explain the solution clearly. You may choose to write it out, or use various software like Numbers to write your own script.
  • Do not simply read out the lines of the working. Instead, inform the audience: 
1.     how you identify the key information
2.     why you choose a particular method to solve the problem
3.     explain how the method works


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