Wednesday, 5 December 2012

6E: DIY Salted Eggs

Students were trying to do salted eggs.  They divided into group and made their own salted eggs.  





Ingredients: Duck eggs, coarse salt, water

Procedures:

1.  Wash and clean duck eggs under running water by rubbing with a piece of cloth and immediately rub it dry (Do not soak the eggs in water).
2.  Stir salt with warm water till salt dissolved as much as possible, set aside to cool.
3.  Place duck eggs in a clean glass jar, add in salt water. Close the lid and mark the date.
4.  Store in room temperature for 14 days.




Group 1





Group 2





Group 3





Group 4





Group 5





Group 6





Yeah, we were having our homemade salted eggs, yummy yummy~~~~~


Tuesday, 4 December 2012

6D: DIY Salted Eggs


Students were trying to do salted eggs.  They divided into group and made their own salted eggs.  



Ingredients: Duck eggs, coarse salt, water


Procedures:

1.  Wash and clean duck eggs under running water by rubbing with a piece of cloth and immediately rub it dry (Do not soak the eggs in water).
2.  Stir salt with warm water till salt dissolved as much as possible, set aside to cool.
3.  Place duck eggs in a clean glass jar, add in salt water. Close the lid and mark the date.
4.  Store in room temperature for 14 days.




Group 1






Group 2





Group 3





Group 4





Group 5





Group 6




Salted eggs yolk~~~~~~





We were having party with our homemade salted eggs, yummy yummy.....


Monday, 19 November 2012

6E: Making Pickled Mango


Students divided into group and made these pickled mango. After 3 days, they tried their pickled.


6 groups of pickled mango.




Group 1





Group 2





Group 3





Group 4





Group 5





Group 6


6D: Making Pickled Mango


Students divided into group and made these pickled mango.  After 3 days, they tried their pickled. 




Pickled Mango





Group 1





Group 2





Group 3





Group 4


Saturday, 10 November 2012

Unit 1

1 ) Which of the following is true about solitary animals ?
A ) They share their food.
B ) They live in small groups.
C ) They hunt for food together.
D ) They have their own territory.

2 ) Why do solitary animals usually compete to be in control of a territory?
A ) To invite more animals into its territory.
B ) To protect the limited food and space.
C ) To provide food for their own species.
D ) To prove the dominant characteristic.

3 ) The following statement shows a situation.
A herd of bulls can gore a fierce tiger to death.
Which of the following is true about the statement ?
A) Bulls are solitary animals.
B) A bull is always tougher than a tiger.
C) Bulls protect themselves by hunting for the same food.
D) A herd of bulls are capable of protecting themselves from their enemy.

4) Which is the following animals has undergone extinction?
A) Lion
B) Monkey
C) Elephant
D) Dodo bird

5) Which of the following is the reason why lions live in a group?
A) To eat lesser food.
B) To protect their young.
C) To protect themselves from their prey.
D) To protect the tougher animals in the habitat.

6) What is meant by interaction among living things?
A) The interaction among the same species of living things.
B) The interaction between different species of living things .
C) The interaction among living things that live in the same habitat.
D) The interaction among livings to obtain their limited basic needs.

7) Which of the following statements is true about competition among living things?
A) Turtle compete to secure a suitable place to lay their eggs by the shore.
B) Male deer fight among themselves for shelter.
C) Trees in forest grow tall to obtain sufficient sunlight.
D) The Young bryophyllum leaves that grow on the adult leaf will compete for water only.

8 ) The following information shows the basic needs of animals.
P – Food
Q – Sunlight
R – Mate
S – Shelter
Which among P,Q,R and S give rise to competition among animals?
A) Q and R only
B) Q and S only
C) P, Q and R only
D) P, R and S only

9) Which of the following basic needs causes competition among plants
I Sunlight
II Carbon dioxide
III Space
IV Water
A) II and IV only
B) III and IV only
C) I, II and III only
D) I,III and IV only

10) Conservation of the living things means
A) to preserve and maintain living things.
B) to ban illegal hunting in forests
C) to encourage reforestation.
D) to care for living things.

Friday, 2 November 2012

Unit 6: Eclipses



Lesson 1: The Vanishing Moon


Lesson 2:  The Darkening Sun




Video for Eclipse








Power Point for Eclipse


Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Lesson 2: Force To Do

Lesson 2:  Force To Do






What force can do
1.    Can change the shape of object



2.    Can cause stationary object to move




3.    Change the direction of moving object



4.   Can speed up, slow down or stop a
     moving object

              



 

Saturday, 27 October 2012

Lesson 1: What Is Force



Lesson 1: What Is Force?


  •    A force is pull or a push.
     -        We cannot see a force but we can observe and fell its effects. 


-       Pull - an action of bringing an object toward us.
-       Push - an action of moving an object away.


 
Pull
Push
 






 




               







  






What is force