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Monday, 29 August 2016
EndofYear Exam: Revision Plan
Click HERE to access the Revision Plan (references), in preparation of EndofYear Examination.
Saturday, 27 August 2016
[Announcement] Term 4 SSP Remedial Lessons for selected topics
Dear S101
Below is the SSP Remedial Lessons in Term 4. The topic focus for each session is as shown in the table.
Based on your performance (in the past few assessments), some of you would be required to turn up for one or more of the sessions below.
Those who need to turn up will receive a Calendar Invite  please respond to the invite.
For those who have not been informed to attend the session but would like to turn up for additional practice, you may do so.
[Before attending the session, pls have a heavier meal during recess if you foresee having a packed schedule that day]
SSP Schedule (Term 4)  
Term 3  Date  Date  Time  Topic  Venue  Remarks 
Week 1  13 Sep 
Tuesday

2.30 pm to 4.00 pm
 Algebra: Expansion & Factorisation 
S108 Classroom

Identified students who are unable to turn up are to inform Ms Loh the week before and choose to the SSP on:
Monday (3.30 pm to 5 pm) by Mr Zeng Wei OR Thursday (3.30 pm to 5 pm) by Mr Dean Ang 
Week 2  20 Sep  Algebra: Solving Equations & Inequalities  
Week 3  27 Sep  Geometry: Angle Properties  
Week 4  4 Oct  Mensuration: Area & Volume  
S1 EndofYear Exam starts from 6 October 2016 
Thursday, 25 August 2016
Area of Parallelogram & Trapezium
Watch the following examples. Each comes with a question and the explanation on how to solve the problem.
1. Pause the question. Read the diagram carefully and think what formula would help you to solve for the unknown.
2. Think how you would solve the problem  you may need to write down an equation in order to solve for the unknown.
3. Next, continue to watch the clip and listen to the explanation. Is this similar to what you have thought of? Look out for the presentation of the working.
Relating Volume of CONE with Volume of CYLINDER
The volume of a cone fills up onethird of the volume of cylinder, i.e. we need three cones to fill up a cylinder.
Investigating: Volume and Surface Area of Sphere
What's the relationship between the volume of a cylinder and a sphere
To examine the total surface area of a sphere
To examine the total surface area of a sphere
Wednesday, 24 August 2016
Tuesday, 23 August 2016
Level Test 2: Class Performance
Solve the following inequalities to find out the lowest and highest score for the class
Note: Total mark of paper is 40
Note: Total mark of paper is 40
Monday, 22 August 2016
Hot Hot Singapore  What's your reaction?
Let's Ponder (Discussion 1): Is it true that...
In preparation of the I&E Bazaar, class S110 conducted a survey and found that the McDonald's "Crispy Chicken Breakfast Deluxe" meal is very popular amongst the SST students. They decided to sell a similar breakfast set in that morning.
To advertise their stall, they included the following chart in their promotional flyer.
Their publicity gimmick was, "We are onethird of what you normally paid!"
From a consumer's point of view, what is your reaction to this publicity stunt?
Hint: Remember to elaborate your response by applying what we learnt in this topic
Remember to include your Group number before submitting the comment.
Let's Ponder (Discussion 2): Is the Change really Significant?
In the annual Town Council report, it reported the effort put in to improve the environment of the residents in the area it was incharge of.
One aspect is the collection of refuse, which was a feedback by the residents.
The diagram shows the reported noncollections of refuse as a percentage of the total number of households in a town
Study the above diagram carefully.
1. Do you agree that the Town Council has made significant improvement? Why?
2. With reference to the visual representation, point out at least 2 areas that need improvement.
 Why do you think these 2 areas require improvement
 Suggest how to improve the representation.
Remember to include your Group number before submitting the comment.
One aspect is the collection of refuse, which was a feedback by the residents.
The diagram shows the reported noncollections of refuse as a percentage of the total number of households in a town
Study the above diagram carefully.
1. Do you agree that the Town Council has made significant improvement? Why?
2. With reference to the visual representation, point out at least 2 areas that need improvement.
 Why do you think these 2 areas require improvement
 Suggest how to improve the representation.
Remember to include your Group number before submitting the comment.
Let's Ponder (Discussion 3): It's a "Fair" Representation?
The diagram represents the sales of socks at the bookshop in the months of April and May. In April, she sold 10 pairs of socks.
To report the improved sales to the company, the bookshop auntie represented decided to represent the sales using a 'pictogram'.
Does the above "pictogram" give a fair representation of the socks sold in these 2 months?
Give a reason to your answer.
What would you suggest to the bookshop owner to present the sales in an 'objective' manner?
Remember to include your Group number before submitting the comment.
To report the improved sales to the company, the bookshop auntie represented decided to represent the sales using a 'pictogram'.
Does the above "pictogram" give a fair representation of the socks sold in these 2 months?
Give a reason to your answer.
What would you suggest to the bookshop owner to present the sales in an 'objective' manner?
Remember to include your Group number before submitting the comment.
[Announcement] Remedial Lessons for selected topics
(With reference to email sent on 21 August 2016)
Dear S101
Based on your class Level Test 2 performance, three topics for SSP in these 2 weeks (which is unlikely to touch on at SSP in Term 4). Those who need to turn up already received a Calendar Invite  please respond to the invite.
For those who have not been informed to attend the session but would like to turn up for additional practice,
the schedule is as follows:
[Before attending the session, pls have a heavier meal during recess if you foresee having a packed schedule that day]
Thursday, 18 August 2016
Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Monday, 15 August 2016
Friday, 12 August 2016
Thursday, 11 August 2016
Knowing Singapore through Data
In unit 10.3 (Representation and Interpretation of Data), we looked at how various organisations are presenting data for different groups of audience.
Here are the resources we visited:
1. NEA website
We discussed how this information is useful to us, layman
2. Department of Singapore Statistics
We learn more about Singapore through data presented in charts, making it more appealing and easier to understand.
3. Singapore's Open Data portal: Data.gov.sg
Here are the resources we visited:
1. NEA website
We discussed how this information is useful to us, layman
2. Department of Singapore Statistics
We learn more about Singapore through data presented in charts, making it more appealing and easier to understand.
 Statistics: Population Trends
 Section: Aging Population [animated presentations]
 Scroll down to view the animated Resident Population Pyramid to see how the trend looks like over time.
3. Singapore's Open Data portal: Data.gov.sg
 Public Transport Utilisation  Average Daily Public Transport Ridership
 Technology  Mobile Phone Subscription
Friday, 5 August 2016
[5 August 2016] Data Handling: An Introduction
In this lesson, using the data contributed by the individuals in the class...
1. We created a Frequency Table where the number of occurrences of each number given is clearly indicated.
2. In total, there are 22 data points.
3. A Histogram is also created, based on the data points and frequency captured in the frequency table.
4. We learnt the term, outlier, which is an observation point that is distant from other observations. In this case, we have two outliers, with 35 doors being the most extreme case.
We also learnt the following (through the above scenario)
1. Mean: The sum of all data points divided by the total number of data points
In this case, Mean = 9 21/22 doors or 9.95 doors (to 3 significant figures)
2. Mode: The most frequently occured data point
In this case, Mode = 7 doors
This can be identified directly from the histogram.
3. Median: The middle value
Since there are 22 data points, the middle value would be the mean of the value at the 11th and 12th position.
Value at the 11th position = 8 doors
Value at the 12th position = 8 doors
Hence, median = (8 + 8)/ 2 = 8 doors
Note: Before obtaining the median, the data points must be arranged in either ascending or descending order.
1. We created a Frequency Table where the number of occurrences of each number given is clearly indicated.
2. In total, there are 22 data points.
3. A Histogram is also created, based on the data points and frequency captured in the frequency table.
4. We learnt the term, outlier, which is an observation point that is distant from other observations. In this case, we have two outliers, with 35 doors being the most extreme case.
We also learnt the following (through the above scenario)
1. Mean: The sum of all data points divided by the total number of data points
In this case, Mean = 9 21/22 doors or 9.95 doors (to 3 significant figures)
2. Mode: The most frequently occured data point
In this case, Mode = 7 doors
This can be identified directly from the histogram.
3. Median: The middle value
Since there are 22 data points, the middle value would be the mean of the value at the 11th and 12th position.
Value at the 11th position = 8 doors
Value at the 12th position = 8 doors
Hence, median = (8 + 8)/ 2 = 8 doors
Note: Before obtaining the median, the data points must be arranged in either ascending or descending order.
Thursday, 4 August 2016
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