For M1/12 weather experience we tried our D.I.Y. Wind Vane. Using simple and easy-to-get materials we set-up the basic wind vane in the classroom. Once done, we head outdoor to test if our D.I.Y. Wind Vanes are functional.
After setting up, we find locations where we can feel the wind.
Oh yeah! Finding suitable test spot is easy. Next, we wait for the wind and see if the is any sign of movements on our wind vanes then we record.
Alas! We are done! It’s for our Science Class Selfie Moment! Hoorahhh!
M1/12 hits on an outdoor experiment about heat! Along with T. Wa M1/12 get the chance to test on what’s going to happen after a magnifying lens and paper is exposed under the sunlight for long period of time.
Students seem to be having a really fun time on their Heat Energy Experience with the magnifying lens!
But wait up, there’s more. Let’s go check out the pictures below.
This time students are experimenting on chemical or other household substances that we use every day and is or are good source of heat. For instance, yeast, hydrogen peroxide and others.
Good job M1/12! Keep it up and kudos T. Wa, welcome to NMK – MEP as well.
(The conquest pose of the magazine board of “Siam Issues”.)
As part of completing Core English 3, M3/12 students must submit a magazine as part of their “Big project” ™.
(The success ritual of the editorial board of “Bangkok Absolute”. )
This year they all came up with a distinct and original style of their magazines.
(The groupie success of the writers of “BKK2018”.)
Each magazines featured different contents about environment, travel, teen issues, lifestyle and others. The aim of this magazine is to encourage students to write on issues that are happening around them, thus, creating awareness to students like them.
On top of that, they can get the chance to practice their writing and design their own magazines.
August 25, 2018 – Science Project Team Yosita (M1/12), Posila(M2/12) and Pang (M2/12) together with Storyteller Pai (M2/12) headed to Ratchaburi to embark on the last regional stage of the EP/MEP Academic Competition this year.
Participated with 8 different delegations, all winners of different zones meet in the final round of the Central and Eastern Regions. The competition resulted with rank 6 for Storytelling garnering gold medal and rank 5 in Science Project earning Silver Medal.
This concludes the EPMEP Competition 2018, well done students! You have made it this far! We are so proud of you!