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Simple Distillation

M2/2 Additional Science
Experiment Name: Simple Distillation
All odd and even groups were fused and everyone was excited to perform their task; Simple distillation.
Simple distillation is the process of purifying the liquid by boiling the liquid and condenses the vapor to produce a distillate. In the experiment the M2/2 students used the tap water to produce distilled water. It was difficult at first because they do not understand the process yet. All of them were curious but had the inquisitive look which is essential in conducting the experiment. In the latter part of the experiment, they were able to grasp the concept of a simple distillation.


Their activity today might be very simple but the lessons behind of it triggers to open up their mind to understand how distilled water in the market is being produced.

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Interland with M1/2

In the first period we had an in-class assignment on the Fundamentals of Computer. These questions were basic and were given on the previous class notes which were accessible on google classroom. Students answered all questions on the required time. Amazing job! Due to their hard work they were rewarded to play a computer game called INTERLAND: Kind Kingdom.

Interland is a free, web-based game that makes “Learning the Ways of the Web” a fun and engaging experience. Kids play their way to Internet Awesome and become fearless explorers of the online world in a quest to deny hackers, sink phishers, one-up cyberbullies and outsmart oversharers .We learn all of these while playing the game. Also, the students were rewarded with points upon completing the mission of the game. 

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Reading Support Program 2

M6/3 and M4/3 teamed up to give Reading Support assistance to the new comers of MEP, the M1/2 students.

Using their Core English Reading passages M6/3 and M4/3 will record the daily reading progress of M1/2 for 5 days. At the same time help them in their word difficulties and speed reading difficulties. Another great academic bonding for both the MEP and SEP community.

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Back in “Reporting”

Mattayom 2/12 are back in their classroom reporting activity. Odd and Even group adjustment period is finally over and now the MEPians are just starting on its slow-geared pace with this week’s task on classroom reporting about “Transportation In the Past, Present and Future “.

Surprisingly, the calm ambiance suddenly turned into smart exchange of questions during the Q&A. HOT (Higher Order Thinking) Questions is flying everywhere in the classroom atmosphere.

HOT (Higher Order Thinking) Q&A

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FUN WITH ENGLISH 2/2

Mystery Box Game

This game is called the “MYSTERY BOX”, it’s a reading comprehension game.

Here’s how to play this game:

– Make 2 teams.

-Pick a letter (each letter will send you to a different question)

– Answer the question correctly (All answers can be found on page 12-13 of the book)

– Choose to keep the box or give the box- Point will be added or deducted (some boxes contain positive points, some others negative ones) to the team who received the box.

– The team with the highest score at the end of the game wins.

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M1/2 “On Journey to Our Dream Destination ” Activity

This is a roleplay where students travel to their favorite country and have a conversation at the airport with the immigration officer about their visit.

Students were given an outline of the conversation and asked to customize the details as they like. A little imagination can go a long way and the imagination of children is out of this world; for a moment it can carry them to their dream destination.

Practical Conversations that can be used in real-life situations are one of the ideal English classroom activities to teach students practice their speaking skills.