What makes you laugh? Write an essay or a story.
Having decided on this topic, I took quite a while to ponder over it. And this
was not the type of pondering you have when you are deciding on what to eat
everyday but the kind that keeps y
With a good attitude, all things are possible.
Andrew Kan (042S21)
In reality, the given statement does not apply most of the time. A good attitude
has to work hand in hand with skills, knowledge and time management to ensure a
high level of success. Apar
Why is it so difficult to eradicate poverty in developing countries?
Lim Peixuan (042S09)
Poverty in developing countries has always been a global problem, even in this
century. To eradicate poverty means to improve the standard of living of all the
To what extent does the mass media shape our values and behaviour?
Edward Lim (042A01)
In this information age, we are more susceptible to changes as our awareness of
our habitat and surroundings is enhanced. The television and radio networks,
SERANGOON JUNIOR COLLEGE
Pre-University Seminar 2004
THRIVING IN CHALLENGING TIMES:
What part can young Singaporeans play in promoting social cohesion and
strengthening the sense of national identity?
We have defined the youth of Singapore
What are some pressing concerns in developing countries that need to be
Teo Yi Chuan (031S26)
The world is constantly faced with problems and challenges. Both the developed
and developing countries have their own set of concerns to deal with. T
"There is no justification for any form of censorship."Do you
Timothy Khoo Zhen Yi (031S12)
Censorship, according to the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, is the
practice of examining books, films, letters and other forms of media and
"The mass media tampers with our hearts and minds." Comment.
Catherine Tan (042A01)
The mass media plays a huge role in our lives today and often proves to be a
great influence on people and society. The mass media professes to provide us
with objective a
"The future of the human race seems bleak." What are your views?
Loke Teng Chung (042S11)
Man had progressed at an astonishing speed in the past century. Today, the tide
of scientific and technological advancement remains unabated. In fact, many feel
Do you think that life today offers us too many choices?
There is a cartoon that depicts a parent goldfish and its offspring in a small
goldfish bowl. You can be anything you want to beno limits, says the myopic parent,
without realising how limited and r
Is the education system in your country effective in producing good citizens?
Education involves not only the transmission of knowledge but the continual
appraisal of traditions in moulding individuals who are able to take up new challenges
and adapt to i
Science and religion will always conflict. Discuss.
The world of science and the world of religion are thought to be two that can
never be reconciled. In science, people believe that there is a logical explanation for why
things happen, whereas in religio
"Don't leave home without it"
"It's the real thing."
"It keeps going, and going, and
Melts in your mout
VI Relationship between Science
science provides the discovery
technology puts the discovery into
Although both have many features in
common, their goals and how they judge
success tend to differ
1. The mass media is to be blamed for the increase in juvenile delinquency. Discuss.
Define mass media
- press and publications
- TV, MTV
- the cinema
- pervasive, nature of the mass media (on impressionable young minds)
- easily accessible
Terrorism is not new. It has become a persistent characteristic of our political
history. Civilizations have witnessed bloody ca
Both the end of the Cold War and the collapse of Communism have been popularly
What is war, my lord?
War is empire.
What is war, general?
War is manhood.
What is war, teacher?
War is inevitable.
What is war, preacher?
War is unfortunate.
What is war
Serangoon Junior College
JC2 General Paper (2002)
Lecture 18: War & Terrorism (I)
Definition: Armed conflict between states or nations (international war) or
between factions within a state (civil war), prosecuted by force and having the
Serangoon Junior College
General Paper (2002)
Lecture 17: Science & Technology (IV)
Ethical and Legal Concerns in Science and Technology
1 The GM Food Debate
Across the world excluding the United States, there has been some public debate in th