Science Year 10 Remote Learning Map for Self Isolation of up to 14 days

Students can chose to start at the top of the learning map and work their way chronologically down the list which will help with memory retention or go to an area directed by their teacher.

Autumn Term Sep – Dec

Bonding, structure and the properties of matter SELF ISOLATING REMOTE LEARNING LINKS
2.1 Describe ionic bonding in terms of electron transfer and use dot and cross diagrams to show how ionic bonding occurs.
2.2  Describe the structure of ionic compounds as giant lattices and deduce the simplest empirical formula for a compound.
2.3 Relate the key properties of ionic compounds to the structure of the compound.
2.4 Explain how non-metals can bond in order to form covalent bonds and show this using dot-cross diagrams.
2.5 Predict the state of matter of a substance from its boiling and melting points and use state symbols correctly.
2.6 Relate the structure of small covalent bonds to their properties including boiling points.
2.7 Describe the properties of giant covalent structures including diamond, graphite and silicon dioxide.
2.8 Recognise the structures of graphenes and fullerenes from diagrams and recall the useful properties of such substances.
2.9 Recognise polymers from diagrams and recall that they are very large molecules.
2.10 Relate the structure of metallic bonding to the properties of metals specifically why metals conduct heat, electricity and are malleable.
2.11 Explain why alloys are harder than pure metals.
2.12 SEPS ONLY-Describe how nanoparticles have different properties from the same material in bulk size due to a high surface area to volume ratio.
2.13 SEPS ONLY-Evaluate the uses of nanoparticles.

5.1 Describe how metals react in order to form metal oxides.
5.2 Recall and describe how observations of reactions of metals can place metals in order of their reactivity.
5.3 Describe how a metal may displace another metal from its compound if it more reactive.
5.4 Describe how metals may be extracted using carbon in reduction reactions.
5.5 Describe oxidation and reduction in terms of electronic gain or loss.  (HT ONLY)
5.6 Describe the reactions of metals and acids as REDOX reactions. (HT ONLY)
5.7 Describe the process of the electrolysis of ionic compounds.
5.8 State the products formed at the anode and cathode when molten substances are electrolysed.
5.9 Describe how electrolysis is used in order to extract metals from their ores.
5.10 RP- Describe the products formed during the electrolysis of aqueous solutions and describe this in terms of reactivity.
5.11 Write half equations for products formed during electrolysis. (HT ONLY)

3.1 Define a pathogen, the types and state the problems associated with bacteria and viruses.
3.2 State the symptoms, prevention methods, treatments and transmission type of Measles, HIV and TMV.
3.3 State the symptoms, prevention methods, treatments and transmission type of Salmonella and Gonorrhoea.
3.4 State the symptoms, prevention methods, treatments and transmission type of Malaria and Rose black spot.
3.5 Describe and explain the 4+ non-specific defence systems.
3.6 Describe and explain how white blood cells help to defend against pathogens.
3.7 Describe and explain how vaccinations work.
3.8 Describe and compare the role of antibiotics and painkillers.
3.9 State x3 traditional drugs and their sources and describe and explain modern day pre-clinical and clinical drug testing using key terms- toxicity, efficacy and dose.
3.10 SEPS ONLY -Describe the process of manufacturing monoclonal antibodies. (HT ONLY)
3.11 SEPS ONLY- Describe and explain the x4 uses of monoclonal antibodies. (HT ONLY)
3.12 SEPS ONLY- Describe the methods of detection and identification of plant diseases.
3.13 SEPS ONLY- Describe and explain the x3 categories of plant defence responses.