Tuesday, October 12, 2010


Please do up a personal reflection for Semester 2 - The Elderly Challenge

1) What have you learnt?

2) What are the difficulties encountered?

3) How did you overcome the difficulties?

Link your reflection based on the 10 Cs.

Please post your work on your personal ADMT Blog by 16th Oct 2010.
Copy and paste the link of your post at the comment below.

Friday, September 24, 2010


Answer the following questions on your personal ADMT Blog.
Name the title of the blog: Reflection - Prototype.
Copy and paste the link of your post in the comment below.

1. What are the difficulties that you have encountered during the process?
2. How do you overcome the difficulties encountered?
3. What are the 2 key takeaways for this lesson?

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

T4Wk1 - Coursework Deadlines


Name the file:
Index no._Name_Journal

The Journal should include relevant research, observations and product ideas that you have captured in this project, and your evaluation of them. This should be concluded with how your product is supposed to resolve the problem that you are tackling, and your finalised product idea. It should preferably be done in Pages and should be able to explain sufficiently the processes involved in coming out with the final product.

Deadline for first submission of journal: 24th Sept 2010

Multi-media Presentation

The plan for the multimedia presentation should be done in the form of storyboarding or in pages format. Name the file: Index no._Name_MMPlan and submit the work into the submit folder by 20th Sept 2010.

The deadline for the completed multi-media presentation is on the 8th Oct 2010 (Term 4 Wk 4). You are to name your file: Index No._Name_MM_Product name. You are to submit your work into the ADMT submit folder. Marks would be deducted for late submission.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Model and Journal Rubrics

Please refer to Model and Journal Rubrics below.

Deadline: Term 4 Week 3.

Click on the following if you are not able to view the rubrics.

Multi - Media Presentation Rubrics

Please refer to the multimedia presentation rubrics. You are to start preparing for the multi - media presentation during the 1 week Sept Holidays. Take note that the presentation should be self run with the necessary recording , music, animation or any other forms of suitable medium. The purpose of the multi media presentation is to convince the audience of the need of the product, the situations in which the product is designed to be used, most importantly how is the product being used in the situation/various situations. It is up to your creativity how you want to present your work. Keep the duration of your work between 1-3 minutes.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Classwork - 25th Aug 2010

In groups of 4 (different from the group that you were in previously, try to group with people whom you have not shared your ideas with so that you can have another perspective to your ideas)

1) Present your ideas to your group
2) Listeners, look out for the following

i) Is the situation clear during the presentation?
ii) Do you know the purpose of having the product?
iii) Does the presenter use a few sketches to explain how the idea works? e.g. for walking stick, sketches showing how the walking is opened or closed, if it is used to hang things, how is the product used to hang things? All these has to be demonstrated using sketches.
iv) Referring to the rubrics, tell the presenter how he would score for organization, subject knowledge and graphics.

The cycle continues with the next presenter.

Presenter, please make changes to your presentation slides accordingly.

Next presentation:26th Aug 2010
(First 5 students of the class register are to get ready for the presentation)

Thursday, August 19, 2010

ADMT Presentation

The first 5 students in the class register are to be prepared for presentation after the test on the 25th August 2010, Wednesday. Please refer to the following for the assessment rubrics for presentation. Take note of the marks weightage.

ADMT Sketching Test - First Angle Orthographic Projection

First Angle Orthographic Projection test would be next Wednesday, 25th August. It would be similar to the trial test that you had this week.

Date: 25th August 2010
Time: 1030am (During ADMT lesson)

Things to bring
MacBook fully charged/enough to last for at least 20mins.
Mechanical Pencil, Ruler and Eraser.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010

T3Wk5 Ergonomics and Anthropometry (The Elderly Challenge)

After what have been discussed in class about Ergonomics and Anthropometry,
look at the Elderly Challenge Project that you are working on.

Ask yourself the following questions:

1) Who are you designing for? Give a brief description of the target group.
2) What is the product that you are designing?
3) What are the design considerations when designing products for the elderly?

Use the Step 1 -4 guide for Anthropometry to help you in your design.

Step 1: Decide who you are designing for
Step 2: Decide which body measurements are relevant
Step 3: Decide whether you are designing for the extreme or the average
Step 4: Think about other human factors.

How to submit:
i) Rename the file: Index number_Name_Erg&Anthropometry (Initially filename should be Index number_Name_Guiding questions)
ii) Submit the file to the submit folder by 4th Aug 2010

Thursday, July 22, 2010

T3WK4 - Ergonomics (Product Description and Idea Trigger)

1) Take a picture of the product.

2) Post the picture and answer the questions as follows.

i) Describe the product. (Appearance, Color, Function, etc)

ii) What are the design considerations when designing this product?

iii) Would an elderly faced difficulty using this product? If yes, what are the difficulties that the elderly would face?

iv) What do you think can be done to improve on the design of the product to suit the elderly? (Sketch the improved design in your sketchbook and take a picture of it. Post the improved sketch at the end of your post.)

3) Once you have completed, comment on other student's post.

How to submit:
1) Name your title: Ergonomics (Product description and Idea Trigger)
2) Copy and paste your link in the comment below.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Practise (Google Sketch up)

Sketch the following in proportion using google sketchup within the shortest time.

How to submit:
1) Name the file: index no_Name_Sketch01, index no_Name_Sketch02, etc.
2) Submit into the submit folder.

HURRY! Prizes to be awarded on Wednesday! Only 3 prizes to be awarded.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

T3WK3- Ergonomics II

Answer the following questions.
1. What is Ergonomics?
2. What are the 5 aspects of Ergonomics?
3. For each aspects of Ergonomics, explain with an example of a product that is designed for the elderly, how the product meet that particular aspect of Ergonomics.

How to submit:
1. Submit your answers in your Personal ADMT blog.
2. Name your post: Ergonomics II
3. Copy and paste the url in the comment below.

15th July 2010

T3WK3 - Ergonomics I

The above shows 2 different setup of a workplace.
1. Compare the 2 different workplaces, state your observations.
2. Which workplace is preferred? State with reasons why one workplace is preferred over the other.
3. What are the considerations that should be taken into account when designing a workplace that is suitable for the user?
4. Why do you think that Ergonomics is important when designing?

How to submit:
1. Submit your answers in your Personal ADMT blog.
2. Name your post: Ergonomics I
3. Copy and paste the url in the comment below.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Homework - desk tidy (6th July 2010)

Please be reminded to submit your desk tidy by tomorrow, 7th July 2010.

Please name your file: desktidy_name

Put your work into the submit folder.

Google Sketch Up - Sphere

For students who are interested to draw a sphere using google sketch up.

Google Sketch Up - Layers

Google Sketch Up - Dimensions

Why Google SketchUp?

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Holiday work - Part 3: Tools to be learnt in Semester 2

There are primarily 2 key software tools that you would be learning in Semester 2, namely:
  • Phun
  • Google SketchUp
Please do try to self-learn the basics of the 2 software tools above. For Phun, there are tutorials already done up on their website. Please do have a look at them. You might also be able to pick up some completed examples from YouTube. For SketchUp, there are even more resources available for you. You might want to try to download some free video podcasts from your iTunes, or watch some tutorial videoclips from the SketchUp website, or to look at other tutorials done by other users on YouTube...the choice is really yours.

Please do up a simple room or layout space that shows how you would consider planning to furnish a room so that they are more elderly-friendly. Do explain your submissions with some texts to explain. Submission deadline for this is on the 21st June 2010. Please name your files as follows:

(e.g. SST_ADMT_ElderlyChallenge_S104_07_TanAhKow.skp)

Holiday work - Part 2: Deepening your learning experiences

As part of your research into understanding the elderly, you are tasked to also take video clips, photographs, or any other forms of recordable media to show how the elderly cope with their daily routines. These could include, but not necessarily limited to, every day activities such as: cooking a simple meal, pouring water from a flask, going to the market to buy groceries, going down the stairs, exercising, etc.

As a follow up, each one of you would do a podcast or a writeup of your observations and interviews with the elderly, caretaker, nurses or anyone who work with the elderly. Find out from them what are the problems that the elderly faces. Look for opportunities to observe and interview them such as at the senior citizens corners, void decks, hawker centers, etc.

Note that you are highly encouraged to select a range of elderly folks to observe so as to give you a broader perspective of them.

You are to post your work on your personal ADMT blog every Wednesday of the week during the June holidays. (2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd June 2010). Name your post: Elderly Challenge - Observation 1, Elderly Challenge - Observation 2, etc. You are also tasked to go to other students’ personal ADMT Blog to comment on their posts.

Holiday work - Part 1: Understanding the ‘The Elderly Challenge’

For your ADMT individual coursework in Semester 2 on the topic of ‘The Elderly Challenge’, you would be tasked to get a better understanding of the local context of the situation/challenge. A reading on the report done by the 'Committee on Ageing Issues (CAI)' is compulsory for you. The link to the report is here:

The following are guiding questions that may enable you to understand the report better. Please answer them in your own ADMT blogs, and post their links into the ‘Comments’ section of this post. You are to complete this by the 19th June 2010.
  • Explain in your own words, the FOUR key recommendations of the report.
  • State ONE way that the CAI report is recommending to make our public housing more elderly-friendly
  • State TWO ways on how we can ensure that the quality of elderly care here in Singapore is affordable
  • After reading the CAI report, what do you are the THREE things that you can do, as an SST student, to help overcome these elderly challenges

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Animation - Bouncing Ball

Please export your animation as quicktime.

Submitting your work...

1. upload the file onto your ADMT group blog that you created earlier. Give the title in your post: Animation Lesson 2 - Bouncing Ball
2. Copy and paste the hyperlink of this particular post to the Comments section in this post.

Deadline: 9th April 2010, 9pm.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Please be advised that the software that we are going to use is here: http://tinyurl.com/yjjh6sh. Please copy and paste the link to download. Its a zip file.

Please download prior to your next admt lesson.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

LEAP Week - NEWater Visit

After your visit to the NEWater plant, please do follow up with your own reflection. You can use the following questions to guide your reflection:

1. What are the 3 key takeaways from today’s visit?

2. Name 2 concepts that you have learnt today during the visit.

3. What is the 1 interesting thing that you have learnt today?

4. What are the things that you can do to help with water conservation in Singapore?

Submitting your work...

1. Post your response in the personal ADMT blog that you created earlier. Give the title in your post: Personal Reflection (NEwater visit)
2. Copy and paste the hyperlink of this particular post to the Comments section in this post.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Individual Reflection (9th Mar 2010)

1. What are the 3 key takeaways from today’s lesson?

2. Name 2 concepts that you have learnt today pertaining to design and describe why is it important in design?

3. What is the 1 interesting thing that you have learnt today?

Submitting your work...

1. Post your response in the personal ADMT blog that you created earlier. Give the title in your post: Personal Reflection (8th Mar 2010)
2. Copy and paste the hyperlink of this particular post to the Comments section in this post.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Classwork (Research on materials and sustainability)

In your environment group, research on materials and sustainability.

Use the following questions as your guide

1. What are the different types of materials in the market? Classify the materials into wood, metal, plastics and others.

2. What are the properties of the different materials?

3. How do the different materials come about? What are their compositions?

4. Give examples of the use of each material.

5. What is sustainability?

7. What does it mean when we say that a product is sustainable? Give an example of a sustainable product and explain why the product is sustainably.

8. What does it mean by a sustainable environment? Give an example of a sustainable environment.

Note: Make sure that you cite the source of the information.

At the end of the lesson, post your group findings on the group's admt blog.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Homework and Reminder (18th Feb 2010)

1) Journal on the theme - environment (At least 7 pages) - Group Work
- Definition
- Mindmap
- Questions
- Research and findings
- Identify the need using PIES
- Existing ways of solving the problem (Tabulated, good and bad points of existing solutions.
Deadline: 25th Feb 2010, 7pm

Please email your work to Ms Seah's SST email account.

2) ADMT Test 1
Please be reminded to ask your parents to sign next to the mark on the test paper.
Bring a black ring file for filing tomorrow, 18th Feb 2010.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Group Discussion on the theme - Environment

Group Discussion on the theme - Environment. Please e mail to Ms Seah's SST e mail account.

Deadline: 12th Feb 2010

Photography (People)

Please upload 3-5 photos onto your personal ADMT blog.
Give a short write up on the photos taken.
Your photos should tell a story.

Please copy and paste the url under the comments section once you have uploaded the photos.
Make sure that you written your name on the comments.

Miscellaneous: When is the best time for photography?

You may refer to the following website for reference,

Deadline: 17th Feb 2010

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Photography (Research and Findings) - Individual Work

Please consolidate the following and post it in your ADMT personal blog.

1) Different types of photography
2) Equipments
3) Aperture
4) Focus
5) Shutter Speed
6) ISO speed
7) Metering
8) White Balance
9) Composition (Rules)
10) Techniques

Title of post: Photography
Copy and paste the url of your post at the comment section of this post.
Make sure that you end off the comments with your name.
Please be reminded to bring your camera for the lesson on Friday, 12 Feb 2010.

Deadline: Friday, 12 Feb 2010

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Isometric and Perspective Sketching

Class work : No. 1, 5, 9
Homework: No. 2, 6, 10

Two Point Perspective:
Class work: No. 1
Homework: No. 12

Deadline: Friday, 5th Feb 2010

Friday, January 29, 2010

Lesson on PIES (29 Jan 2010)


PIES Analysis of 3 products - Television, playstation portable and mobile phones.

i) You are to present your work in a table form and on a piece of A4 plain paper (Landscape).
ii) Make that that you have written your name and class at the top left hand corner of the paper.
iii) email to Ms Seah's SST email account.
In your e mail, please add in the following
Title: S101 - PIES Analysis (Name)

Deadline: 1st Feb 2010

Group work
Post the following on the group blog.

1) The group discussion on the need of a stroller.

2) The PIES Analysis of the following situations
a) Waiting for a bus at a bus stop.
b) Waiting for a train at a railway station.
c) Waiting for a plane at an airport.

Deadline: 29th Jan 2010

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Perspective Drawing

Click on the following and practice the sketches in your sketch book.
Follow the steps in your sketch.

You are allowed to use mechanical pencil and ruler in this exercise.

One point perspective
Two point perspective
Draw a 3D pyramid

For students who are faster, here's the challenge!
Draw a Brick Wall in Perspective

Your sketchbook is to be submitted at the end of the lesson. There should be at least 3 sketches at the end of the lesson.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment-Tor Ming En

Our selfish acts will, of course, bring about the Earth's doom. We have to start changing our attitude in order to prevent this from occurring. We should start to conserve our natural resources like trees, freshwater, etc. I think we can stop pollution by wasting lesser resources. We can also reuse, reduce and recycle everything. We can help save the Earth by cutting down on our wastage and protecting our pleasant environment. I think the main problem our planet is facing is the global warming. Most people understand that carbon dioxide and methane are the main gases that contribute to global warming. Since cows produce a lot of methane gas, we should cut down on beef, thus resulting in lesser cows which can potentially produce methane. We should also construct more environmental-friendly buildings that converts carbon dioxide to oxygen.

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Following up actions after today's presentation (21st Jan 2010)

Please add in details to your group's presentation slides based on the questions that are being asked in class today.

Email to Ms Seah's SST e mail account.

In your email,
1) State the subject: ADMT Environment (Water pollution/Pollution/Global warming/... - add in the relevant title)
2) End off the email stating the names of the group members.

Deadline 28th Jan 2010

Difference between Isometric, Oblique and Orthographic Drawing (Individual)

You are to post your findings on the difference between Isometric, Oblique and Orthographic Drawing. State with illustration the difference between the 3 types of drawing. Remember to acknowledge the source or your findings.

Submitting your work...

1. Post on the blog that you have created earlier. Blog name: ADMT-Environment.
2. Give the title in your post : Difference between Isometric, Oblique and Orthographic Drawing.
3. Copy and paste the hyperlink of this particular post to the Comments section in this post.

Deadline: 25th Jan 2010

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment - Ng Kai Chek

Recycle, recycle, and recycle. If we all do a small part, like turning the water off when we're brushing our teeth or clean out a jar of jelly and keep loose change in it or just turning off the lights in rooms that no one is in or maybe ridding a bike to school/work and if you're not a fan of biking, make a carpool with your friends! There are still more that a billion ways to save the planet, and if you want to see your own children grow up on this earth, just do a small part, just a tinny little part once every day and if everyone else does too, slowly but surly, we'll save the planet!

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Sketching Homework - Shapes

Sketch the 3 basic shapes, square, triangles, circle on a new page of your sketchbook. Expand the 3 basic shapes into cube, cubiod, prisms, sphere, etc.

Bring your sketchbook to class on
Tuesday, 26th Jan 2010.

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment -Soh Fan

We can install efficient lighting ,recycle rain water and install solar panels and energy efficient roof and windows in the school and other buildings. We can also plant plants in buildings to purify the air and remove carbon dioxide.

Different types of drawing (Group Discussion)

You are to submit your group discussion on the following.

1. What are the different types of drawing?
2. Describe the different types of drawing?
3. The purpose/reasons for the different types of drawing.

You may summarise the group's findings using a mind map.

Submitting your work...

1. Post on the group blog that you have created earlier.
2. Give the title in your post: Different types of drawing.
3. Copy and paste the hyperlink of this particular post to the Comments section in this post.

Deadline: 20th Jan 2010

Sunday, January 17, 2010



In my opinion, human's selfish ways will destroy the Earth if they do not change. Their disrespect  to mother Earth will cause everyone to lose Earth. So we all must try to do our part in saving Earth. We must also conserve our natural resources do further generations can use them. We should all recycle,reduce and reuse and host campaigns to save earth



Saturday, January 16, 2010

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment - Ma Wen An, Joshua

Human Being's selfish acts will surely bring about the Earth's doom. In order to save the Earth, we should not waste natural resources such as wood and paper by reducing the how much of these resources we use. We should also reuse precious resources such as water so we will not waste it. Lastly, we should also recycle items such as paper and aluminium cans so we can still use it again. By recycling, reusing, and reducing, we will be able to reduce the amount of pollution. This way, we will be able to prevent the Earth's doom.

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Friday, January 15, 2010

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ADMT Lesson 1 Environment- Loh Cheng Ngee

Yes, sooner or later, the Earth will fall thanks to the dominant species-humans. Clearing forests, leaving electrical appliances on and throwing litter into rivers leave the Earth with very little natural resources. Fossil fuels can only last us for another fifty years or even less, now that there are more cars on the road everyday. Moreover, many people know about the problem of global warming, but though they know it can kill in the long run, they are just not caring enough just to take one more step and recycle the things they use. Turning off electrical appliances at the main switch can save a lot of money and fossil fuels, switching to energy-saving bulbs will also help save energy.

Sketching Homework - Stationery

Sketch in your sketchbook one of the following stationery items, pen, mechanical pencil or stapler.

Bring your sketchbook to class on Wednesday, 20th Jan 2010.

Define the Theme - Environment (Individual work)

You are to post the definition of the theme - Environment on your personal blog which you have created earlier. Please take note of the following:

1. The definition of the theme - Environment must be taken from the different sources.
2. You need to acknowledge the source - indicate the hyperlink.
3. The definition should not be only cut and paste. You are expected to highlight keywords in the definition and explained further by giving examples to show your understanding.
4. Towards the end, you are expected to summarize the definition and conclude with their own definition.

Submitting your work...
  1. Post on the blog that you have created earlier. Blog name: ADMT-Environment.
  2. You may post using a jpg. file exported from keynote. Give the title in your post: Definition of theme - Environment.
  3. Copy and paste the hyperlink of this particular post to the Comments section in this post.
Deadline: 20th Jan 2010

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Fw: Bryan Goh

I think if we continue to be like the same in future using the Earth resources. The sea levels will rise and many areas will be flooded. I think that people who drive cars should either switch to environmentally cars or don't drive anymore. We can also take shorter showers.

thats all for now, Bryan Goh

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Dear Ms Seah,

the URL of my group's blog is http://admt-envrionment.blogspot.com/.


Ma Wen An, Joshua

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ADMT Lesson 1 Environment - Cheng Zhi Chao

How can we save the Earth? There are a lot of ways to do it and I am sure everyone can take the initiative to help, too. For instant, we should conserve natural resources.

I once read that the world's supply of oil was going to run out in about 50 to 100 years time. and the world's supply of coal would deplete in half that time. And we can all see how many people depend on these fossil fuels for profit and for everyday use. If they were to all disappear one day, there would probably have no vehicles, no electricity, and no heat for cooking, etc. The world would be a terrible place to live in. But it is much worse problem than that. Besides fossil fuels, metals like gold and iron, and usable water are in short supply. If we do not have clean water to drink, the Human race would be history. And without most metals, we would not have tools for everyday work and everyone would probably have to become coolies like back in 19th century Singapore.

The second problem Man is facing is caused by Man himself - pollution. No matter where, air, land, or water, you can find pollution. Pollution is like dirtying our environment. Dumping industrial wastes illegally in a river, throwing large amounts of rubbish on land and filling the air with clouds of toxic gases are just some of the many ways of pollution. Now many might wonder what are the impacts of pollution on the environment. Well, again, too much pollution can mean the downfall of mankind. And here is an example. Let's say a factory produces too much toxic gases. Trees can help clean the air but they all died of land pollution. Rotting rubbish underground created poisons that killed all the trees. The poisons also leaked into the waters, killing the fish and other marine creatures. Then, meanwhile, the toxic gases float up to the clouds and come down as acid rain. The acid rain would pollute what is left of the waterways and reservoirs.

This is all very appalling, but there are ways to cope with this situation.

Firstly, conserve electricity and fossil fuels by taking public transport. And at the same time, find an environmentally - friendly way to operate automobiles. 

Secondly, practice the 3Rs, reduce, reuse, and recycle. Reduce and recycle old non-biodegradable objects, like plastics and metal. 

Thirdly, save water. Turn off taps after using them. Use water for washing rice to water plants. These are practical ways to save water. If everyone can follow them, the usage of water would be less.

Lastly, dispose of rubbish well.

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment- Grace Tan

Will human beings' selfish acts bring about the Earth's doom?
What we can we do to save the Earth?

Human beings' selfish acts WILL bring about the Earth's doom as pollution kills and/or deforms living things like water pollution would suffocate sea animals and kill them. Human beings just want to improve their world and to be up to standard, so they only think about themselves, not about the other living things on earth. So once they die, we will not have food, so we will start dying and soon our earth would come to an end.

We can help to promote the importance of reusing, reducing and recycling to help in doing our part to save the earth. We can do it by posting videos, making flyers and posters and to draw what will it be like if we continue depleting Mother Nature's reserves and to show it to the world.

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment - Tan Jian Hui

Human beings' selfish acts will eventually bring about the Earth's doom, as we can see that excess industrialization can lead to global warming. We can do our own part by following the 3 R's: reducing, reusing and recycling. 

Reuse: Purchase durable and long-lasting goods, etc... 

Reuse: Reusing boxes and donating things we do not need to the salvation army instead  of throwing it away, etc...

Recycle: Disposing recyclable materials in the right bins, etc…     

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ADMT Lesson 1 Environment - Chan Jing Jie

Will human beings' selfish acts bring about the Earth's doom?

Yes. At the current speed of carbon dioxide being released into the air, humans' acts will bring about Earth's doom. 

Nowadays, more and more cars are coming onto the road. As cars give out carbon dioxide, more of it will be released into the environment. As the factories are also burning lots of fossil fuels, voluminous amounts of carbon dioxide would then be produced, contributing to the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Moreover, more trees are still getting chopped down. In some events, the forest would have a fire. This would then produce a large amount of carbon dioxide. Like this, the earth's temperature would start to rise. As the temperature rises, the ice in the north and south pole would start to melt, changing from solid to liquid state. This would then cause the water level in the sea to rise. At this rate, the whole earth would be buried under water in no time. Is it really that important to have your own car and using the fossil fuels to harm the Earth? Sometimes, I ask myself why are humans' so selfish? Why cant human just lead a simple life ?

What we can we do to save the Earth?

We can start conserving water. If possible, someone should invent machines that are able to get rid of the carbon dioxide in the air. More people should start taking public transport bus services as it reduces a lot of carbon dioxide given out compared to the cars. Scientists should find out ways to reduce the damage done to the Earth. Furthermore, we could also use the 3"R"s to keep the earth keep from pollution.


ADMT Lesson 1 Environment- Khit Sue Lun

Will human beings' selfish acts bring about the Earth's doom?
YES! Excessive release of CO2 into the atmosphere has already started to cause grave problems,including global warming and the change of weather patterns. This also brings in rising sea levels, a threat to all the countries in the world. The problem would continue to get worse as the world persists in burning extreme amounts of fossil fuel. As I type this out, I start to ponder over a question- Is fossil fuels a blessing, or a curse to Mother Nature? Do you know that there would be countries that will be submerged soon if sea levels continue to rise at such a rapid pace? Is this something that can be taken lightly? In my opinion, the world would be a much better place without the domination of human beings. Imagine...a world without pollution,filled with greenery... Animals and plants can respect their environment and work well with it. Why is it that we human beings can't follow suit?

What we can we do to save the Earth?
We should conserve water and try to find new ways to reduce the impact of global warming. To do that,we have to be innovative and explore fields which were never even heard of before.

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment - Chong Guang Jun

Yes, it will bring about the Earth's doom. To save the earth, we should conserve our sources, like the water tap when we are brushing our teeth and taking lesser time for energy wasting activities. There is too much pollution on the earth and we should try not to drive to our destinations. We should also recycle so that there is lesser pollution.

ADMT Lesson 1 Environment - Lim Zhi Qi, Crimson

In my opinion, human selfish actions will bring about the Earth's doom. However, we can reduce the damage by doing the 3Rs. Example, we can recycle old clothes into rags to wipe the floor. We can reuse old materials to make new ones. We can reduce the usage of water by taking a bath instead of a shower. 

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I think if we continue to be like the same in future using the Earth resources.. The sea levels will rise and many areas will be flooded. I think that people who drive cars should either switch to environmentally cars or don't drive anymore. We can also take shorter showers.

thats all for now, Bryan Goh

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Oh Sher Li

If humans continue to disregard Mother Nature and keep on using up the Earth's resources unfairly or excessively (e.g. not recycling whenever possible) or continue polluting water bodies or the air, then sooner or later, we will surely bring about the world's doom. We have already created a hole in the ozone layer and have not tried our best to stop - how long will it be before something else major happens? Will we only start to change then?

From my point of view, we should reuse, reduce and recycle more often to ensure the survival of not only the human race, but the survival of other species of animals and plants as well. We can conserve resources more often as well.

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Man's selfish acts will definitely bring about Earth's doom, because once we go against nature's equilibrium, we would have to face the consequences.

We must save the Earth by reducing, reusing and recycling. We can think of innovative ways to generate electricity, save electricity, etc.

In doing so, we can conserve the Earth's resources and stop the destruction of the Earth.


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