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They must know the similarities and differences between plant and animal Guided Learning Hours cells. The role of diffusion in the movement of materials in and between cells. The structural adaptations of some unicellular organisms and the organization of multicellular organisms. To know the structure andstudy: function of the gas exchange system, including adaptations. The mechanism of breathing and the impact of exercise. Explaining when resting heart rate can be used as an indicator of the level of fitness based upon process of respiration. AF2 — Understanding the applications and implications of science to athletes in their training.
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This module involves the identification of alkalis and acids and an ability to predict the outcome of reactions such as neutralization and salt formation. Indicators and pH 3. Neutralization 4.
Making Salts 5. APP 6. Revision 7.
Nitric Acids Elements Compounds and equations Analysing Investigations involve the accurate measurement of Evaluating chemicals using a variety of different pieces of equipment Concluding such as measuring cylinders and syringes.
SMSC To demonstrate an understanding of the uses of acids and alkalis can enhance or have a detrimental effect on society. Levels of acidity causing stomach ulcers. Environmental impact of using acids and alkalis.
Use force arrows in diagrams to show balanced and unbalanced forces. Describe how forces are associated with deforming objects. They must be able to describe contact and non-contact forces and the effect of gravitational forces on Earth and in space.
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Assessed activity. Sound produced by vibrations of objects and are longitudinal. Sound needs a medium to travel; sound travelsOverview: fastest in solids and slowest in gases.
Students need to know the auditory range for humans and animals. They must Guided Learning Hours understand how sound travels through the ear.
They need to know the difference between ultrasound and infrasound. Exploring Science 8 Books. Light is emitted fromstudy: luminous sources and can be transmitted through, reflected or absorbed by non-luminous sources. They must know that objects can be transparent, translucent or opaque. Use of a ray model to explain imaging in a mirror.
To understand colours and the different frequencies ofOverview: light; how prisms disperse white light to produce a continuous spectrum. Primary colours of light add up to make secondary colours. Making periscopes; Shadow theatres.
The Universe consist ofstudy: galaxies, stars, planets, Moons, asteroids and comets. The Earth orbits the Sun in one year and the axis of the Earth is tilted and this explains the Guided Learning Hours height of the Sun at noon, day length, temperature, and constellations that you see change during the year.
They need to describe the phases of the Moon and know the difference between solar and lunar eclipse. Students need to be aware the gravity force is different on other planets and stars. AF2, AF3 — How scientists affect our lives? Bestselling Series.
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