Year Ten Triple Science Lab
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This lesson we combine revision of sense so that we may finish B1 but also planning an investigation which we'll need when you start your real ISAs. I've got those all marked and ready to return to you so the feedback should be useful in today's lesson and for your...
Chromatography is a versatile technique that may be used to separate and identify compounds. (i) Name a type of chromatography that is used to separate and identify dissolved substances....
Task Complete the Purple worksheet you were handed. Lost your sheet? Find me in school by Thursday lunch time a the latest and I will re-print it for you.
We're at LNS and we've a cultural history of improving the lives of sailors. Sailors have suffered with deficiency diseases in the past because of the lack of access to fresh fruit and vegetables. Now, sailors just get supplements but Astronaut's? Now h5tye have some...
B1.5 and B1.6 Lesson 4 The Carbon Cycle It's not just nutrients that get recycled. Carbon plays a huge role in the circle of life. Life on Earth is said to be carbon based. This means that the molecule that make us up contain lots of carbon. We also get our energy...
Chemistry: Structure of Atoms Characteristics of sub atomic particles Use of mass and atomic numbers Electronic Configuration Outer shell configurations for each group on the periodic table Pattern of reactivity in group 1 Electron shell diagrams Balanced Equations...
B1.8 Lessons 1-3 Did we really come from monkeys? No. We didn't. Humans and monkeys do share a common ancestor though. This said, go back far enough and all living things are related. It's a complicated one, I suppose. Highly recommend anything by Attenborough...
B1.5 and B1.6 Lesson 3 in the Resources Bank It's the circle of life, my friends. We live, we die, things feed on our remains. It's a scary thought, I know but without the process of decay our world would be very very different indeed. Would you like rotting carcasses...
Answer all of the questions in the document below either by typing the ansers in your student journal and pasting a link to the comments or typing your answers directly in the comment box. Due Monday 2nd November at 1200. That's Lesson 4. Good luck!
In Class Resources
A Google Drive Folder filled with Ms Critchley’s Resource Collection
Past Exam Questions by Topic and Revision Maps to print and fill in.