Thursday, 26 September 2013

NOM 26/9

NOM 26/9
all present

Today, everything is completed (final report) and this is the final lesson on IRS.

Friday, 20 September 2013

NOM 19/9

NOM 19/9

19 September 2013
1245-1335
Present: All present
None absent

Completed tasks:
Final Report

No unfinished tasks!

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

NOM 24/3

24 August 2013
12 45 to 13 35
Present: Brian, Marcus Ang, Lewis
Absent: Marcus Lee

Completed Task:

1) Video completed
2) Research Justification draft and final completed
3) Evaluation Checklist draft and final completed
4) Questionnaire draft completed

Remaining Task:

1) Marcus Lee, do final draft of questionnaire, Lewis will help.
2) Everyone will work together for final video project.



Tuesday, 23 July 2013

IRS Video Presentation

Here is the link for our IRS Video Presentation
Done by: Group B

http://youtu.be/5Cglb1Ssb88

Monday, 15 July 2013

IRS Term 3 Week 3 Lesson 3 - Individual Work

a. What is the difference between Primary and Secondary types of information? When are they useful to us?

Primary sources are unedited and firsthand access to words, images and information. This information has not been changed by anyone and it is analysed and dictated by its content. Examples are diaries, emails and interviews.

Secondary Sources are written events that are also written by other people. These sources includes people's perspectives, opinions and even historical context. This is added because Secondary Sources are like second-hand books. Examples are journals, magazines and even interpretations.

b. What is the difference between Popular and Scholarly types of information? When are they useful to us?

Popular means publications that inform and entertain people. However, these publications must be written by famous people and companies. Examples are magazines from the publication: TIME and National Geographic.

Scholarly means publications about legal research and discussions. This can be written by anyone especially specialists and professionals. Examples are journals such as Memory & Cognition and Journal of Abnormal Psychology.

c. What are the different formats of information?

They are printed, Digital, Audio/video, multimedia, microform and human.

Brian Cheng

Monday, 8 July 2013

Our Big Idea

Our Big Idea

Out of the three ideas, we have chose one which we think is most important in our school...
Relationships.

Essential Questions

1. What types of relationships are there?
2. Is relationships beneficial for all of us?
3. What makes a good relationship and a bad relationship?
4. How does our relationship with other people affect us?
5. Are relationships really helpful?
6. Are there any disadvantages?

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

About Us

Our Group: Bakery (Our group is called Bakery as we are made up of four seasons and four seasons
                                 are a bakery in Singapore)

Group members: Marcus Lee (Project Manager), Brian Cheng (Multimedia Manager), Lewis Dobson
                            (Research Specialist),  Marcus Ang (Communications Manager)

Comments On Our Roles:

Marcus Lee: My role is to make sure that every one is participating in the project and they are serious
                     and willing to help out. I also need to give orders and instructions to them so that we are
                     organised on what to do for our project.

Brian Cheng: My role is to do all projects that is related to multimedia such as powerpoint slides and
                      videos. It is very important as it is one of major parts in a presentation.

Lewis Dobson: I need to do research for my role and I need to make sure all my notes are true and
                         accurate. It is also important as the research I am doing will be the content of the
                         projects.

Marcus Ang: I have to communicate with my friends as I have to organise meetings and plans after
                     school so that we can discuss on our project. I also need to remind them of what IRS
                     Homework needs to be done.