## High School Science

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### Chapter 19: Density

Location: Section E

Objective: *What density means in terms of materials: S,L and G *Realisation that objects are NOT uniformly dense! *Density = mass/volume [Triangle, symbols, units …

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### How scientists work

Location: Science as Inquiry

Objective: Students will be able to design an experiment following the steps of the scientific method.

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### Chapter 1 Movement and Position

Location: Section A

Objective: * Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, D-T and V-T graphs

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### Chaper 10 Electrical Resistance

Location: Section B

Objective: *Knowledge of basic circuit symbols *Concept of resistance and knowledge of Ohm's Law *Ability to recognise and use fixed and variable resistors - and sp…

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### Heat V Temperature

Location: Heat Energy Transfer

Objective: *To understand the difference between: heat energy and temperature *To understand the Celsius scale and how it is derived *To know how to use a thermomet…

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### Pressure exerted by Solids

Location: Pressure

Objective: *Difference between Force and Pressure *Units *P=F\A *Examples and calucations

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### Boyle's and Charles' Laws

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 7: Earth's Atmosphere
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 7: Earth's Atmosphere
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Environment: Urban
Big Idea: Boyle's Law describes the inverse relationship between pressure and volume while Charles' Law describes the direct relationship between temperature and volume.
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### Solids, Liquids and Gases

Location: Atomic Theory

Objective: *To understand the difference between solids, liquids and gases.

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### Pressure in Liquids

Location: Pressure

Objective: *To understand that pressure is exerted equally in all directions in a liquid and increases with depth

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### Chapter 19: Pressure

Location: Section E

Objective: *Pressure: define in words and maths. *Pressure under a solid. Examples using equation to quantify: drawing pins, knives, skiing and skating, football …

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### Pressure in Gases

Location: Pressure

Objective: *To understand that in a liquid the pressure increases with depth, acts equally in all directions and depends on the density of the liquid *To know some e…

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### Conduction

Location: Heat Energy Transfer

Objective: *To understand how heat energy is transferred through an object, using the particle model *To understand the difference between a conductor and an insulat…

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Location: Heat Energy Transfer

Objective: *To understand how heat energy is transferred by IR radiation *To understand that no medium is required – electromagnetic wave *To understand which med…

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### 090 Classification

Location: Biology

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### Heat Energy Transfer

Location: MCS Year 8 Physics

Description: *Heat V Temp *Conduction *Convection *Radation *Insulation/Expansion

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