Complete the questions on p14 of the wave booklet. Answer in the booklet or on paper. Use the information in the booklet to help.
Test on Topic 8 (Chemical analysis) and Topic 9 (Chemistry of the atmosphere) on Thursday 5th March Lesson 1.
As a start to your revision for the exams in May, you should revise the first 5 chemistry topics: Atomic Structure, Bonding, Quantitative Chemistry, Chemical Changes and Energy Changes.
Below are links to the specifications, BBC Bitesize revision website and, for each topic, a checklist & some questions (some of these “quickfire question sheets have a linked YouTube video).
Of course, if you want to continue and have a look at the other topics as well then that is fine.
You should revise the first 5 topics: Atomic Structure, Bonding, Quantitative Chemistry, Chemical Changes and Energy Changes.
Below are links to the specifications, BBC Bitesize revion website and, for each topic, a checklist & some questions (some of these “quickfire question sheets have a linked YouTube video).
Complete worksheet tasks on formulae and on fruit cells.
Make a model of a specialised cell. Research the features and be prepared to be ready to teach others about it. A model with bullet points of relevant information should be brought to the first lesson after half term. Pupils have had guidance as to suitable materials to use.
red blood cell, ciliated cell, nerve cell, egg, sperm, xylem, root hair
Complete the questions on p12 and 13 in the radioactivity booklet.
Questions set (up to number 70) from mastery booklet on infection and response.
Write a news paper article about one of the following topics:
- Why is nuclear power a good thing?
- How did Chernobyl affect Cumbria?
- What are the advantages of radioactive materials?
- A scare story about radiation
Complete the doddle quizzes to aid your revision. 70% or more is needed to avoid a re-test.