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CURRICULUM REVIEW MYP- Science


Sr./ Core Curriculum No. Grade- 6 Topics
1. Solids, Liquids and Gases

Extended curriculum Grade -6


Particle Theory

Objectives / Learning outcomes


Show in outline how the particle theory of matter can be used to explain the properties of solids, liquids and gases, including changes of state.

Skills and Processes

Link to IGCSE/IBDP
States of matterIGCSE BondingIBDP

Resources for extended curriculum


Core Chemistry Class Book 9780521666381 John Mills & Peter Evans www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1999

Planning investigations, Identifying methods of collection. Choosing appropriate apparatus and using it Making careful observations and measurements. Presenting results appropriately. Recognise results and observations and pattern. Making conclusions from collected data.

2.

Putting Things into Groups

Element, Mixture and Compounds

Distinguish between elements, Mixture and Compounds. Present results in the form of tables, bar charts and line graphs. Make conclusions from collected data, including those presented in a graph, chart or spreadsheet

Considering the variables to control. Making predictions referring to scientific knowledge and understanding and reviewing them against evidence. Choosing appropriate apparatus and using it properly Making careful observations including measurements Presenting results in the form of tables, bar charts and line graphs.

Separating substancesIGCSE Chemical bondingIBDP

Supplementary Materials Chemistry 9780521778039 John Mills & Peter Evans www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1999 Spotlight Science Framework Edition Pupil Book 7 9780748774722 Keith Johnson, Lawrie Ryan, Sue Adamson & Gareth Williams www.nelsonthornes.co m Nelson Thornes 2003

CURRICULUM REVIEW Chemistry in Middle Year-Science

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Acids and Bases

pH scale and indicators

Use a PH scale. Use indicators to distinguish acid and alkaline solutions.

Suggesting ideas that may be tested. Outlining plans to carry out investigations, considering the variables to control, change or observe. Identifying appropriate evidence to collect and suitable methods of collection. Choosing appropriate apparatus and use it correctly. Making conclusions from collected data.

Acid and BasesIGCSE Acid and Bases- IBDP

Core Science 2 Class Book 9780521588492 Bryan Milner, John Martin & Peter Evans (Ed.) www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1998

CURRICULUM REVIEW Chemistry in Middle Year-Science

MAINADEVI BAJAJ INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


CURRICULUM REVIEW Middle Year-Science
Sr./ Core Curriculum No. Grade- 7 Topics
1. Elements, Mixtures and Compounds

Extended curriculum Grade -7


Chemical Properties

Objectives / Learning outcomes


Distinguish between elements, compounds and mixtures Chemically Plan investigations to test ideas. Understand the importance of Symbol and formula in chemical equations

Skills and Processes

Link to IGCSE/IBDP
Separating substances and Atoms and ElementsIGCSE Chemical bondingIBDP

Resources for extended curriculum


Core Chemistry Class Book 9780521666381 John Mills & Peter Evans www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1999

Discussing explanations for results using scientific knowledge and understanding and communicating these clearly to others. Comparing results with predictions. Identifying appropriate evidence to collect and suitable methods of collection. Using a range of equipment correctly. Discussing and controlling risks to themselves and others. The importance of developing empirical questions which can be investigated, collecting evidence, developing explanations and using creative thinking Making and testing predictions using scientific knowledge and understanding Planning investigations, identifying important variables Using a range of equipment correctly Comparing results with predictions Presenting conclusions and discussing explanations to others in appropriate ways

2.

Metals, Non-metals and Corrosion

Reaction with OxygenOxidation

Describe chemical reactions in metals and non-metals in terms of oxygen Understand oxidation and Corrosion reactions Plan investigations to test ideas.

The behaviour and making of metalsIGCSE PeriodicityIBDP

Supplementary Materials Chemistry 9780521778039 John Mills & Peter Evans www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1999

CURRICULUM REVIEW Chemistry in Middle Year-Science

3.

Chemical Reactions

Symbol, formula and Chemical equations

Making of Chemical formula and Change of word equation to Chemical equation

Using a range of equipment correctly. Discussing and controlling risks to themselves and others.

Energy changes and reversible reactionsIGCSE

Name some common compounds including oxides, hydroxides, chlorides, sulphates and carbonates.

Core Science 2 Class Book 9780521588492 Bryan Milner, John Martin & Peter Evans (Ed.) www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1998

EnergeticsIBDP

CURRICULUM REVIEW Chemistry in Middle Year-Science

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CURRICULUM REVIEW MYP- Science
Sr./ Core Curriculum No. Grade- 8 Topics
1.

Extended curriculum Grade -8

Objectives / Learning outcomes


Explain how to change the method of preparation of some common salts depending upon their solubility. Reactions of metals and metal carbonates and be able to write word equations for these reactions. Decide which measurements and observations are necessary and what equipment to use. Explain results using scientific knowledge and understanding

Skills and Processes

Link to IGCSE/IBDP
The Periodic table-IGCSE PeriodicityIBDP

Resources for extended curriculum


Core Chemistry Class Book 9780521666381 John Mills & Peter Evans www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1999 Spotlight Science Framework Edition Pupil Book 8 9780748774739 Keith Johnson, Lawrie Ryan, Sue Adamson & Gareth Williams www.nelsonthornes.co m Nelson Thornes 2003

The Periodic Table andSoluble and Preparing Salts insoluble salts

The importance of questions, evidence and explanations, using historical examples. Using explanations to make predictions and then evaluate these against evidence. Discussing the way that scientists work today and how they worked in the past, including reference to experimentation, evidence and creative thought. Deciding which apparatus to use and assess any hazards in the laboratory. Using a range of materials and equipment and control risks.

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Reactivity and Rates of Reaction

Reactivity series and rate of reactions

Describe the reactivity of different metals with oxygen, water and dilute acids. Give an explanation of the effects of concentration, particle size temperature and catalysts on the rate of a reaction.

Using preliminary work to decide how to carry out an investigation based upon previous knowledge, understanding and research. Deciding which apparatus to use and assess any hazards. Choosing whether to use evidence from firsthand experience of secondary sources. Obtaining reliable results. Describing patterns (correlations). Drawing conclusions and evaluating methods. Ideas and plans for testing based upon previous knowledge, understanding and research Deciding measurements and observations to make, equipment to use, assessing hazards and controlling risks Obtaining and presenting reliable results Describing correlations Explaining results and drawing conclusions using scientific knowledge and understanding Evaluating experimental methods.

The speed of a reactionIGCSE Chemical KineticsIBDP

Supplementary Materials Chemistry 9780521778039 John Mills & Peter Evans www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1999

3.

Chemicals and Thermal Energy

Exothermic, endothermic and combustion reactions

Explore and explain the idea of endothermic processes and exothermic reactions. Select ideas and produce plans for testing based upon previous knowledge, understanding and research.

Energy changes and Petroleum, a fossil fuelIGCSE Energetics and hydrocarbons fossil fuelIBDP

Core Science 2 Class Book 9780521588492 Bryan Milner, John Martin & Peter Evans (Ed.) www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press 1998 Spotlight Science Framework Edition Pupil Book 9 9780748774746 Keith Johnson, Lawrie Ryan, Sue Adamson & Gareth Williams www.nelsonthornes.co m Nelson Thornes 2004

CURRICULUM REVIEW Chemistry in Middle Year-Science

CURRICULUM REVIEW Chemistry in Middle Year-Science