Wednesday, July 15, 2009

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1 ONG PECK ING SMK RAJA MUDA PERAK
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2 NORIHAN BT KASSIM SMK SANGLANG PERLIS
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3 NORLIZA BT ISMAIL SMKA MAAHAD MUAR JOHOR
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4 ZAINON BT ZAINI SMK TUNKU AMPUAN DURAH, SEREMBAN NS zaros_sban@yahoo.com
5 RAFIDAH BT KEMAT SBP INTERGRASI SELANDAR MELAKA
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6 PEH TZE KOON SMK AYER KEROH MELAKA
albertptk2002@yahoo.com
7 PAKYAVATHY SMK TAMAN TUANKU JAAFAR, SEREMBAN NS
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8 FATIMAH MOHAMAD SMJK PULAU SEBANG MELAKA
atimaohama@yahoo.com
9 AHMAD SHUKRI B AHMAD SMK AGAMA BALING KEDAH
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10 LOGAN SMK BDR TUN HUSSEIN ONN2, CHERAS SELANGOR
joshua.nathan53@yahoo.com
11 NOR`AIDAH BT NORDIN BPK, KPM PUTRAJAYA
aidafizik@yahoo.com
noraidah.nordin@moe.gov.my
12 SUHAIMI B YUSUF SMK MACHANG KELANTAN

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http://albertworldofphysics.blogspot.com/

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Steps to learn

Learning to learn
Managing time
Managing stress
Avoiding procrastination
Thinking critically
Thinking creatively
Thinking like a genius
Developing self-discipline
Motivating yourself
Solving problems

TIP TO LEARNS SCIENCE FASTER

Do not try to mug up the answers to the text book questions from keys and guides. 2. Do not start panicking about how to appear for the board or science papers. 3. Do not pressurize yourself to get above 90% or think about the result all the time. 4. Always try to understand the subject thoroughly and if you have doubts in science do not hesitate to approach a standard tool of reference or your teachers. 5. Do not keep repeating about a failure in exam in your mind repeatedly. The result is in the hands of God and persuance of work is in your hands. You only get or reap what you sow. 6. Always prepare notes on the subject or topic which you are studying and try to write answers in a simple or brief manner which is easy to understand and always go through your notes so that you remember what you studied previously. 7. If you do not maintain any notes about the topics you have learnt it is quite certain that in future you are most likely to forget the answers and the method as well. Trying to make an attempt to remember the whole science book would only lead to a IInd or a IIIrd division result in the science10 examination. 8. Preparing notes and properly revising your notes daily would yield a first division result in your science10 board examinations.

Reading Your Physics Textbook

1. Make use of the preview that you did prior to the class. Again, quickly look at the major points of the chapter. Think back to the points stressed in class and any questions you might have written down.
2. Read the homework problems first. If specific homework problems have not yet been assigned, select several and look these over. Critically assess what principles seem to be most significant in the assigned chapter. Based upon your brief review of the class and your examination of the problems, try to generate questions in your mind that you want the chapter to answer.
3. Read actively with questions in mind. A passive approach to reading physics wastes your time. Read with a pencil and paper beside the book to jot down questions and notes. If you find that you are not reading actively, once again take a look at the problems and the lecture notes. Read to learn, not to cover material.
4. Stop periodically and pointedly recall the material that you have read. It is a good idea to repeat material aloud and especially to add notes from the textbook into the margins of your class notes.
5. During your reading you will notice sections, equations, or ideas that apply directly to assigned problems. After you have read such a section, stop and analyze its application to a homework problem. The interplay of reading and problem solving is part of the cycle of question --> answer --> question. It helps you gain insights that are not possible by reading alone, even careful reading alone. Passive reading is simply following the chain of thought in the text. Active reading also involves exploring the possibilities of what is being read. By actively combining the questions that are inherent in problem solving with your reading, you enhance both your concentration while reading and your ability to recall and to apply the material.

How to Study Physics

Effective Participation in a Physics Class

Prior to each class:

1. Check the course outline or reading assignment to see what will be covered. Prepare by briefly previewing the sections of the textbook that apply to the subjects to be covered. This preview will improve your ability to follow the class, for you will have seen the new terminology and will recognize signposts that will help integrate the classes into an overall picture.
2. Read the introduction and the summary of the relevant chapter and look at the section headings and subheadings. Try to formulate questions in your mind about the subjects to be covered. This question-formulating helps you manipulate and therefore better understand the material.
3. Examine the drawings and pictures. Try to determine what principles they illustrate.
4. Make notes of new words, new units of measure, statements of general laws, and other new concepts.
5. Do not underline or highlight the text, since you do not yet know what will be emphasized by the instructor.
6. Right before the beginning of class, check your notes from the last class. Reading your notes will prepare you to listen to the new physics class as part of an integrated course and will help you to see the broad development of themes.

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