Oxford Big Ideas Science 10 - Australian Curriculum Workbook
Oxford Big Ideas Science
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|Published In: ||Australia, 31 January 2012|
The Oxford Big Ideas Science series is supported by workbooks at Years 7-10. The workbooks for each year level provide extra practice of key skills and encourage an inquiry-based approach to learning - perfect for in-class work or homework. An interactive digital workbook is also included. Alternatively, it can be purchased as a stand-alone digital workbook.
About the Author
Ali Riza is a Science and Physics teacher with almost 20 years experience in the classroom. He has worked closely with the NSW Board of Studies as a marker of HSC Physics exams and has written numerous practice HSC exams for private organisations. He is currently working in an eastern suburban privates school in Sydney and has always been interested in Science, Physics, The Universe, Philosophy, Mathematics and the meaning of life.
Table of Contents
1 Objects in motion 1.1 Distance, time and speed 1.2 Motion curves 1.3 Experiment: Graphing speed1.4 Force and Newton's laws 1.5 Force on objects 1.6 Experiment: Friction 1.7 Review: Objects in motion2 The Universe: Past, present, future ... 2.1 History of the Universe 2.2 The Big Bang theory: Fact or misconception? 2.3 Experiment: Big Bang model2.4 Stellar life cycle 2.5 Review: The Universe: Past, present, future ... 3 Global systems 3.1 Experiment: The carbon cycle 3.2 Analysis: The water cycle 3.3 The greenhouse effect and climate change 3.4 Ecosystems and impacts 3.5 Modelling population size 3.6 Research: Ecology 3.7 Review: Global systems4 Genetics 4.1 DNA, the molecule of life 4.2 Mendel and heredity 4.3 Pedigree and inheritance4.4 Genetics and human characteristics 4.5 Genetics, gender and disease 4.6 Research: Genetic disease4.7 Review: Genetics 5 The origin of species 5.1 Variation and adaptation 5.2 Adaptations and evolution 5.3 Model of natural selection 5.4 Article analysis: Evolution 5.5 Research: Evolution 5.6 Review: The origin of species 6 Organising elements 6.1 The periodic table and electron shell structure 6.2 Valence shell and ions 6.3 Spreadsheet: Element properties 6.4 Periodic table groups 6.5 Activity series: Metals 6.6 Review: Organising elements 7 Using chemistry 7.1 Compounds and equations 7.2 Experiment: Combustion of fuels 7.3 Materials chemistry 7.4 Chemical reactions compendium 7.5 Group work: Chemicals and society 7.6 Experiment: Reaction rate 7.7 Review: Using chemistry
|Publisher: ||OUP Australia and New Zealand|