Using the spring balance M3/12 students are asked to demonstrate how to use the spring balance. Next is to let them determine the change in weight before and after using the spring balance. And finally, to let them calculate the buoyant force.
During the experiment, all groups showed their excitement and curiosity to try on how to use the spring balance using variety of weights such as clay, pebbles, and sand.
Another, Science bonding for M3/12. Doing experiment like this at least make a tedious Science class fun an interesting to students.
Impromptu Group Reporting – The new trend in our MEP 3/12 classroom. It has become part of the M3/12 routine to do the impromptu group reporting every week. This English classroom dose will help students to develop their speed in designing paper presentation about the given topic.
Not only that, this will also encourage teamwork in every group and avoid dependence from one member. With the activity’s target which is to evaluate the level of the passage comprehension of the group it would be now very easy for students to relate to the reading passage. At the same time, good for teachers too, because teachers can clearly see and monitor the group performance of the group and its member. In this case, the teacher can clearly evaluate student’s contribution of the activity.
But most importantly, it will help the students to develop quick thinking, organizing and designing which is necessary for them in every way.