The slides give an overview of syllabus, an explanation of the paper choices and a link to the official CIE website with the original specification. This lesson covers the following topics 1. Energy, work and power 3. It also includes a revision or homework page with answer sheet. Here is an example question from the homework page: Human influences on the ecosystem 1 List the undesirable effects of deforestation to include extinction, loss of soil, flooding, carbon dioxide build-up. Lesson on Paper Chromatography with homework page and extra resources If you are starting the iGCSE course this is a good one to cover the first chapters with 4 lessons covering all the previous topics mentioned in the last few posts.
Experimental Techniques – Mixtures and Separating Mixtures. Friday, May 22, Physics Syllabus Syllabus Sound 1 Describe the production of sound by vibrating sources. The Power Point lesson covers the key terms: This lesson includes a lot of class participation.
Monday, November 2, C3. Friday, May 22, D2 Syllabus Syllabus How to fold filter paper and diagram for how filter paper works 5. Matter and thermal properties 1 Describe qualitatively the thermal expansion of solids, liquids and gases.
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The slides give an overview 72 syllabus, an explanation of the paper choices and a link to the official CIE website with the original specification. By adding other labware, some videos a great flash card resource and aa homework page it was been made into a complete lesson. Characteristics of living organisms 1 List and describe the characteristics of living organisms. Apparatus List with worksheet 3. With slides containing many non labeled diagrams and a hot seat quiz!
Transfer of thermal energy 6. Motion 1 Define speed and calculate average speed from: While putting together the wnswers on Experimental Techniques I thought it best to include some images of all the apparatus listed on the Combined Chemistry Syllabus Apparatus List. In includes a Power Point lesson covered the topics outline below.
Physical and Chemical Changes. Electromagnetic spectrum 1 Describe the main features of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Matter and forces 2. The start of C2. Demonstrate understanding of the terms atom and molecule. The first section defines what chromatography is. Just finished my lesson on the particulate nature of matter. Here is an example question from the homework page: Chem syllabus 2. Thursday, August 20, C2. This lesson covers the following topics 1.
The finished presentation contains: Monday, January 4, C3. Embedded in the file are three word documents that explain the Chemistry, Biology and Physics syllabus in more detail.
Sound 1 Describe the production of sound by vibrating sources. Monday, August 31, Experimental Techniques- Chromotograpgy. Definition of matter A slide on the particulate nature of matter Notes explaining how this theory explains the properties of solids, liquids and gases Changes of states melting evaporating and boiling Atoms Molecules Questions Resources video content related to topic, classroom experiments and exercises See Lesson Here: Co-ordination and response 7.
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The Power Point lesson covers the key terms: Biology Syllabus Syllabus Difficult to decide what to homeeork in an what to leave out! Energy, work and power 3.
This lesson includes a lot of class participation.