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Year 9 Project Homework 3 As you were told at the start of this term you will be having an exam on ALL of the work you have studied in Science in years.

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1 Year 9 Project Homework 3 As you were told at the start of this term you will be having an exam on ALL of the work you have studied in Science in years 7,8 and 9. This homework is to help you with your revision. On the next 13 slides are details of what you have studied for each topic and websites to help you. The exam will be on Friday 22 nd May during your Science lesson. Make sure you have everything you may need: pen, pencil, ruler, rubber, calculator, protractor.

2 Revision Tips! Revise for small periods of time. Chose a topic, read through your notes in your pink exercise book or the pages on BBC Bitesize. Then get someone to test you or have a go at the end of topic test on BBC Bitesize. A lot of the BBC Bitesize topics have short videos and cartoons to help you understand key points. Ask your teacher for help where you find points difficult to understand.

3 Yr9 assessment revision list Introduction to Science – Naming scientific equipment – Different types of variable – definitions and identifying them – Graph drawing (labelled axes, suitable scale, plotting accurately) – How to use a Bunsen burner safely and the main parts of a Bunsen burner Cells – How to use a microscope – Main parts of plant and animal cells – Tissues and organs – Specialised cells – MRS GREN Cells -

4 Forces  What do forces do to an object  Examples of forces  Balanced and unbalanced forces  Force diagrams  Friction  Speed Particles  Solids, liquids and gases. The particle theory.  Diffusion of gases  Changes of state  Dissolving. Solute, solvent and solution  Gas pressure and density Forces - Pages 1 to 5 Motion - Page 1 States of matter/ changes of state -

5 Acids Acids and alkalis The pH scale Neutralisation Acids and carbonates Acids and metals Acids - Variation - Variation What makes us different? What are genes? Continuous and discontinuous variation Environmental and inherited variation Inherited and learned behaviour

6 Electricity and Magnetism Drawing electrical circuits Series and parallel circuits Measuring electrical current What is voltage? Properties of magnets Magnetic materials Magnetic fields Electromagnets Electricity - Magnetism and electromagnets - Chemical Reactions - Chemical Reactions What is a chemical reaction ? Distillation Chromatography Burning and combustion Writing chemical equations Burning hydrocarbons

7 Solar System Day time and night time The seasons The Planets in our Solar System Orbits Natural and Artificial Satellites Space and the Solar System -

8 Life Support Respiration Lungs and breathing Circulation Digestive system Food groups and their digestion Proteins and what they are used for The respiration section in respiration and gas exchange in the Biology unit The light waves section in waves in the Physics unit - Light The path of light Reflection Refraction Dispersion Why we see colour The eye Optical fibres and how they w

9 Inside Materials  Gases and diffusion  Gases in our air – past and present  Greenhouse gases  Polymers  Metals and salts Shaping Life  Social behaviours  How animals can change their behaviour  Selective breeding  Genetic engineering Gases, metals and states of matter - Gases in the air - Greenhouse gases - Polymers - Behaviour – the instinct, conditioning and imitation parts Selective breeding -

10 What’s in Rocks  Structure of the Earth  Igneous rocks  Finding fossils  Sedimentary rocks  Metamorphic rocks  The rock cycle Structure of the Earth- Rock Types - The Rock Cycle -

11 Periodic Table  Elements and compounds  How the Periodic Table is set out (metals and non- metals)  The Noble gases  The Halogens  Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen  Silicon – a semi - metal Sound  Sound waves and vibrations  Loud and soft sounds  Frequency and pitch  How our ear hears sounds  Echoes and ultrasound  How sound is produced by musical instruments Atoms, elements and compounds - Periodic Table (metals and non-metals) - The Noble Gases - The Halogens - (Page 1 and 2 ONLY) Sound waves and their properties - How our ears work - Properties of sound waves - Ultrasound -

12 Keeping Healthy  Types of microbes  How your body kills microbes  Preventing infection  Vaccination and immunity  Nicotine and alcohol Metal Reactions  Properties and uses of metals  Alloys  Reacting metals and water  Reacting metals and acids  The Reactivity series  Extraction of metals from the ground Types of microbes - Disease and resistance - Smoking - Drugs - Properties of metals – Alloys - Reactivity Series - Metals and their reactions - Metal extraction -

13 Energy  Types of energy  Energy transfer (Sankey diagrams)  Renewable energy  Non renewable energy  Making electricity People and the Environment  Environment and adaptations  Competition and adapting to change  Food chains and food webs  Pyramids of numbers and biomass  Producing our food and it’s effect on the environment Energy - Food chains - Food webs - Pyramids of Number and biomass - Effect on the environment -

14 Extremes – Joints – Muscles – which are best for speed and which for stamina? – Ligaments and tendons – Circulation – Effect of exercise on breathing and heart rate – Sweating – Senses The forces and motion sections in forces and movement section in the Physics unit - The skeletal and muscular systems section in Living organisms and health section in Health and Disease in the Biology unit - Sport – Distance/time graphs – Speed/time graphs – Calculating speed – Balanced and unbalanced forces – Acceleration – Accuracy and precision

15 Carbon Cycle  Different forms of carbon  Photosynthesis  Formation of hydrocarbons  Combustion of hydrocarbons  How limestone and marble is formed  The stages in the carbon cycle Energy - Carbon Cycle - eenworld/recyclingrev1.shtml eenworld/recyclingrev1.shtml Photosynthesis -

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