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Actually this is a simple one, keeping the template here. Ya, we  sometimes runs out of envelope. 😛

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Template: letter-template.pdf

Here is a summary from the Tutorials Point website.

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Three Types of Exceptions: (Checked exceptions, Unchecked exceptions, Errors)

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If you try to compile the below program, what will you get?

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Try compile the below codes. Do you get any exception?

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Try execute the codes. What do you get?

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Here is the hierarchy of exception classes in Java:

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Here is the list of commonly used/encountered Java Unchecked (Runtime) exceptions:

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Here is the one for Checked exceptions:

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Try compile and execute the below codes. What is the output?

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Try the below codes. What is the output?

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Study the below codes:

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Source: http://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/java_exceptions.htm

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Steps:

1. Print out the templates (see section below). There is a large medium and small version.

2. If you want to incorporate your stars into a string of LED lights then you will need to punch a hole in the star at this stage. If you want to hang them on your tree then attach a loop of cotton instead. If you just want to thread your stars onto some string then you can do that after making the stars so skip this stage entirely!

3. Now, score along all the lines using a ruler and pointy object (such as compass or needle).

4 & 5. Fold along each of the lines you have just scored.

6. Apply a small amount of glue to on of the tabs and stick together.

7. Continue for the remaining three tabs.

8. Job done – Yay!

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Templates:

Small paper star (measures approximately 4.5cm in diameter)
Medium paper star (measures approximately 6.5cm in diameter)
Large paper star (measures approximately 8.5cm in diameter)

Source: http://www.minieco.co.uk/cut-fold-paper-stars/

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You might want to turn on the subtitle if you find the narrator speaks too fast.

1.

On the first day, after introduction session, our teacher started with “Bitte”(please) and “Danke”(thank you). “These are the most important words you must learn and use if you are in Germany.”  said my teacher.

“Now, let say you want to ask for time and you said, ‘What is the time now?’ Then the German will just look at their watch, say ‘Yes’ and just leave. Why? because you didn’t say ‘PLEASE’.” emphasized he.

“We German are not friendly, but we are POLITE and KIND,” concluded he.

2.

“If your working hour starts at 7am, and you reach the office at 7am, you are not late, right? NO! In German, it means at 7am sharp, you are sitting at your place start working already.”

“Let say you are supposed to do a presentation and the time given is from 7pm to 7:10pm, 10 minutes. The audience will be sitting there at 6:59pm and expected you to start at 7pm sharp. And they will leave at 7:10pm regardless of you have finished or not.” he continued, “And let say you manage to complete in 10 minutes as scheduled, but there are questions raised after your presentation, then that is no good also. This means your presentation is not good, didn’t cover everything you supposed to, and people still need to ask question to find out more. Your mark will be deducted.”

“We German are very efficient people, EFFICIENT and PUNCTUAL, ” concluded he.

3.

In the class, when the teacher teach, especially when sharing things which are not written in the textbook or on the board, he will scold  anyone who didn’t make a note or write down his teaching. He will stop and question the student, “So will you be able to remember what I’ve just taught next week? No? Then why you don’t want to jot it down?” asked he in angry tone.

Oh ya, the thumb rule for the class: must come early before the class starts to jot down all the notes on the board.

I think this is a good and important learning skill – TAKING NOTE.

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This is another nice art from http://www.minieco.co.uk/

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Similar steps: print out the template, cut the shape, folder along dash-lines, glue the shape, and we are done!

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Here is the template for Paper Heart. Click the image to download.

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Source: http://www.minieco.co.uk/boxed-geometric-heart/


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