Posted in Academic Activities, Science

D.I.Y. Wind Vane

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. 

Setting the Wind Vane

After setting up, we find locations where we can feel the wind. 

We think we found our spot!

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. 

We are recording, strike 1! 
Yes, we have to write down our 7 readings.
That’s right we have to do it 7 times in 7 different locations…just inside the campus.

Alas! We are done! It’s for our Science Class Selfie Moment! Hoorahhh!

Posted in Academic Activities, Science, Teachers' Activities

Science @ Work

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.

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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.

Posted in Extracurricular Activities, Science, Teachers' Activities

Teamwork English

M1/12 is up for a a special treat today. Why is that so? Well, they got the chance to have fun outdoor in their English class. Second of all, they all got some bonding moments with their classmates.

So what exactly is that bonding moment? See for yourself.

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Wow! Such a lovely exercise for a fine day! But, what was the activity all about? Here is how: First, they need to work together to form certain stunts that the teacher asked them to follow. The fastest group to execute the task will get corresponding points.

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To be honest, M1/12 did really enjoy the activity although, it is a bit hard to execute the task sometimes. It is another happy bonding experience for M1/12!

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Spectrum of Light

Let’s see M2/12’s work on D.I.Y. rainbow experiment.

Check out their simple household materials in the picture below.

What did they do?

First, is to set up all their materials. Then present their objectives and procedure.

The highlight is for their group to see and capture either primary or secondary 🌈 rainbows like the pictures below.

Posted in Science, Teachers' Activities

Sem2 Starters

M1/12 Back to Science Work. Today’s experiment is all about “D.I.Y. Layers of the Atmosphere”.

What should students do?

Just gather reuse materials that can be used in creating a model or diorama of the 5 Layers of the Atmosphere.

How did the experiment go?

It was successful. All groups made it on time.

What do you think of the experiment?

It’s good help for students to memorize and have a strong hands-on experience about the 5 Layers of the Atmosphere.

Posted in Extracurricular Activities, Science

Fancy Re-use

This year’s Fancy Re-use participants from Mini English Program and Smart English Program.

 

Mini English Program Candidates From Top Left to Right: Tangkwa of M3/12, Arpo of M2/12, Pray of M1/12, Non of M1/12 and Bee of M1/12.

Smart English Program Candidates From Left to Right: Jinny of M4/3 (WINNER FOR UPPER SECONDARY LEVEL)  and Daow of M6/3.

Behind the Design and Style are supportive classmates, teachers, parents and friends. Well done both models and supporters! Congratulations to us all!

Posted in Academic Activities, Science, Uncategorized

Science Quiz Bee Year 3

SCIENCE QUIZ BEE Y3 WINNERS

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Science Quiz Bee: One of the observed activities of MEP students in celebration of the  Science Week Celebration. And this is Year 3 of the above-mentioned MEP academic activity.

In total, we have 34 teams competing in the bee, a number higher than the previous. Each team had 3 members from M1/12, M2/12 and M3/12 respectively.

The quiz proper were composed of 4 rounds with 10 questions. All teams competed for all the rounds. Scores were then accumulated in every rounds. First three teams with the highest points were declared winners.