VIDEOSTUDY-KS3 SCIENCE

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KEY STAGE 3 SCIENCE

1- Life processes & cell activity

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulABB2-LAqY

2a-Humans as Organisms1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpjGk8MYjVU

2b-Humans as Organisms1(cont).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgVliyG82cY

3a-Humans as organisms 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edlxtE0_1Gk

3b-Humans as organisms 3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvHSVwIq86k

4-Green plants as organisms

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_ciZ6tqWGU

5-Variation, classification & inheritance

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jMTcyF6GBo

6-Living things in their environment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xZ7N8nRM_0

7-Classifying materials

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9dxlYzoyN4

8-Elements compounds mixtures & seperation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AZxt6kOvsg

9- Changing materials

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7H_KPP6PexQ

10-Chemical reactions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nht4Lv9zSA

11a-Metals & Acids

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9YOSvyzO7k

11b-Metals & Acids (cont.).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xg52-Hnrlc

12- Electricity & magnetism

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9jW-tv-wWI

13a-Forces & Motion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP6eSHwG4RI

13b-Forces & Motion (cont.).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiVK4ekPo1g

14a-Light.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jfsk_ZO2zgA

14b-Sound.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUgtj2bfW4Q

15- Earth and Beyond

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-Y3W52lZOo

16-Energy resources

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoFLLkJ993s

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zng4d2p

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LIFE PROCESSES & CELLS VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

           ANSWER

1 What M is a life process where muscles contract 1  

2 What R is a life process which produces ‘young’ 2    
3 What S is a life process which detects changes 3    
4 What G is a life process which produces ‘adults’ 4    
5 What R is a life process which produces energy 5    
6

What E is a life process removes waste products

6    
7

What N is a life process which produces ‘repair’

7    

 

8 What mnemonic represents the 7 life processes 8    
9 What does a growing radish plant move towards 9    
10 Which 3 life processes does a motor car NOT do 10    
11 What C are the ‘building blocks of life’ 11    
12 What M is the apparatus that helps us see very small objects 12    
13 What M is the outer layer of a cell 13    
14 What C is ‘jelly-like substance’ of a cell 14    
15 What N is the ‘control centre’ of a cell 15    
16 What W is the outer layer of a plant cell 16    
17 What V contains sap in a plant cell 17    
18 What C is in green plant cell for photosynthesis 18    

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

A      MEMBRANE F       MOVEMENT K       GROWTH P        EXCRETION
B      NUTRITION G      CELLS L        LIGHT Q     CHLOROPLASTS
C      MRS GREN H       MICROSCOPE M       WALL R      SENSITIVITY
D      CYTOPLASM I        REPRODUCTION   S       VACUOLE
E       NUCLEUS J       RESPIRATION N        RESPIRE GROW

          REPRODUCE

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HUMAN AS ORGANISMS 1 VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

           ANSWER

1 Which nutrient provides  readily available energy 1  

2 Which nutrient is vital for our cells to grow and help build new cells 2    
3 Which nutrient is found in biscuits and butter 3    
4 What type of food is the best source of vitamins and minerals 4    
5 What W  is essential for a balanced diet 5    
6 What F keeps food moving along the gut 6    

 

7 What E are contained in our saliva that helps to chemically break down the food 7    
8 What is another name for the duodenum and ileum 8    
9 Where in the body is bile made 9    
10 What F is name of the waste material that passes out of the body through the anus 10    
11 What M is a way that food can be broken down 11    
12 What E cause the large complex molecules to be broken up into smaller molecules 12    
13 What is the process where complicated food substances are broken down 13    
14 What S happens to the simpler foods that means it is useable by the body 14    

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

A         FAT D        SMALL INTESTINE      G         FRESH                FRUIT J           DIGESTION M       ENZYMES
B         LIVER

 

E            FAECES H         PROTEIN K         CARBOHYDRATE N        ENZYMES
C        WATER

 

F           SOLUBLE I             FIBRE L          MECHANICALLY    
 

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HUMAN AS ORGANISMS 2 VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

           ANSWER

1 What is the transport medium which carries food, oxygen and hormones around the body 1  

2 What are the thin-walled blood vessels that provide the place for the exchange of substances 2    
3 What are the powerful chemical substances that cause changes in the body 3    
4 Where in boys is sperm produced 4    
5

Where in girls are the eggs  produced

5    
6 What is the name of the tube in the middle of the penis 6    
7 What is the name of the tube that carries sperm to the penis 7    
8 What is the name of the tube that opens to the air  of the female reproductive system 8    
9 What is the name of the tube that is the home for the fertilised egg (womb) of the female reproductive system 9    
10 What is the name of the tube that carries the egg to the womb of the female reproductive system 10    
11 What  is the name of the  monthly cycle in females that occurs in their reproductive system 11    
12 What  is the name of the  monthly release of an egg  in females that occurs in their reproductive system 12    
13 What  is the name when a sperm fuses with an egg 13    
14 What  is the name of the  splitting of cells in reproduction 14    
15 What  is the name of the fertilised  egg becoming attached to the wall  of womb during  reproduction 15    
16 What  is the name given to the developing baby 16    
17 What  is the name of the lifeline between the mother and baby 17    
18 What acts as a barrier against some harmful substances between the mother and baby 18    
19 What substance in cigarettes contains chemicals that cause lung cancer 19    
20 What very common drug can cause brain and liver damage 20    
21 Which micro-organisms are usually killed by antibiotics 21    
22 Which micro-organisms are flu, measles and ‘colds’ 22    

HUMAN AS ORGANISMS 2 VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

implantation alcohol testes ovulation
foetus bacteria ovaries placenta
Umbilical chord viruses urethra tar
capillaries fallopian blood Sperm duct
hormone menstrual fertilisation vagina
division

uterus

   

 

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GREEN PLANTS AS ORGANISMS VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1 What provides the energy for photosynthesis? 1
2 Where in the plant does photosynthesis occur? 2
3 What is the green pigment in plants used for photosynthesis? 3
4 What gas is a  raw materials used for photosynthesis? 4
5 What colourless liquid  is used for photosynthesis? 5
6 What gas is produced in photosynthesis? 6
7 What sugar is produced in photosynthesis?? 7
8 What process in plants that releases energy 8
9 What types of substances are required for plant growth 9
10 What  part of the plant absorbs water and mineral salts 10
11 What is the name of the brightly colour part of the plant 11
12 What is the name of the part of the plant that protects the bud 12
13 What is the name of the male part of the plant 13
14 What is the name of the female part of the plant 14
15 What is the name of the  part of the plant ovary that contains the egg 15
16 What is likely to pollinate a brightly coloured plant 16
17 What is the name of the part of the plant that contains the structures for sexual reproduction 17
18 What is the name of the reproductive cell of the plant 18

Answers

nutrients flower petal

 Carbon dioxide

roots gamete sepal sunlight
stamen ovule Glucose leaves
carpel insects Respiration chlorophyll
Oxygen Water    

 

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VARIATION, CLASSIFICATION, INHERITANCE VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1.      What S are groups of living things that can interbreed 1.       
2.      What V is the differences within these groups 2.       
3.      What G causes our differences that we inherit 3.       
4.      What E causes our differences due to our living conditions 4.       
5.      What K are the groups that all living things can be divided into 5.       
6.      What V is a group of animals that have backbones 6.       
7.      What I is a group of invertebrates 7.       
8.      What M is a group of vertebrates 8.       
9.      What B is a group of vertebrates 9.       
10.  

What R is a group of vertebrates

10.    
11.   What A is a group of vertebrates 11.    
12.   What F is a group of vertebrates 12.    
13.   Which vertebrate have hair or fur, young feed on mother’s milk 13.    
14.   Which vertebrate have hard dry scales and lay soft shelled eggs on land 14.    
15.   To which group of vertebrates does a crocodile belong 15.    
16.   What H is the type of area where an organism lives 16.    
17.   What G is the adaptation that a fish has to absorb oxygen in water 17.    
18.   Trees have adapted to reducing water lost during winter by shedding what L 18.    
19.   When birds eat other birds they are called birds of what P? 19.    
20.   On what food do common mussels feed? 20.    
21.   In a year approximately how many rabbits will one fox eat? 21.    
22.   What C is an animal that only eats other animals? 22.    
23.   What H is an animal that only eats plants? 23.    
24.   What O is an animal that eats plants and animals? 24.    

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

REPTILES KINGDOMS AMPHIBIANS 70
REPTILES VERTEBRATES FISH CARNIVORES
REPTILES INSECTS MAMMALS HERBIVORES
HABITAT IMAMMALS LEAVES OMNIVORES
ENVIRONMENT GENES PLANKTON SPECIES
GILLS BIRDS PREY VARIATION

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LIVING THINGS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

           ANSWER

1

What H is the type of area where an organism lives

 
2 What A is the special features that an organism has that makes them suited to where it lives  
3 What G is the adaptation that a fish has to absorb oxygen in water  
4 What H is the adaptation that some animals have to survive winters  
5 Trees have adapted to reducing water lost during winter by shedding what L  
6 When birds eat other birds they are called birds of what P?  
7 On what food do common mussels feed?  
8 What F C shows us the feeding relationship in a habitat  
9 In a year approximately how many rabbits will one fox eat?  
10 What P of N describes the amount of food passed on between organisms in a habitat  
11 What C is an animal that only eats other animals?  
12 What H is an animal that only eats plants?  
13 What O is an animal that eats plants and animals?  
14 What P are plants that make their own food (biomass)  
15 What P C are herbivores that feed on plants  
16 What S C are carnivores that only feed on other animals  
 
VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS
A   OMNIVORES G    HIBERNATION L    CARNIVORES
B   PRODUCERS H    HABITAT M    HERBIVORES
C   FOOD CHAIN I     ADAPTION N     PYRAMID OF  

        NUMBERS

D   PLANKTON J    GILLS O     LEAVES
E   PRIMARY

      CONSUMERS

K    70 P     SECONDARY

       CONSUMERS

F    PREY    

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CLASSIFYING MATERIALS  VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

           ANSWER

1 What M is ‘the stuff that everything is made of’?

2 What is the solid state of water?  
3 In which substance did oxygen become liquid (at –196ºC)?  
4 What C means a gas turning into a liquid?  
5 What M means a solid turning into a liquid?  
6 What metal melts at 30ºC?  
7 What F means liquid into solid?  
8 On a temperature/time graph for a pure substance being heated, what is the highest point shown as a flat part on the graph?  
9 What name describes what we see when the particles are packed closely together and vibrating about a fixed point?  
10 What name describes what we see when the particles are close together but can move around each other?  
11 What name describes what we see when the particles are spread far apart and move around to fill the whole space?  
12 What state has no fixed shape, hard to compress the particles in it move slowly?  
13 In what way do the particles in a solid move?  

 

14 What E means a liquid turning into a gas?  

 

15 What are the best conditions to get clothes dry on a washing line?  

 

16 What W actually appears on windows that is often called ‘condensation’  

ANSWERS

1. liquid

7. vibrate

13. matter
2. liquid 8. evaporation 14. gas
3. solid 9. condensation 15. ice
4. water 10. nitrogen 16. sunny, windy, low humidity
5. gallium 11. melting  
6. boiling 12. freezing  

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ELEMENTS COMPOUNDS MIXTURES VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1

What C is everything made up of?

1

2 What E are substances that cannot be split into simpler substances? 2  
3 What A are the smallest part of elements? 3  
4 What C are formed from combining elements? 4  
5 What M can be used to describe impure substances like milk? 5  
6 What P describes a substance that contains only one type of particle? 6  
7 What separation technique can be used to collect clay from a clay/water mixture? 7  
8 What separation technique can be used to collect salt from a salt/water mixture? 8  
9 What separation technique can be used to collect water from a salt/water mixture? 9  
10 What separation technique can be used to collect 2 or more liquids with different boiling points from a mixture? 10  
11 What separation technique can be used to separate small amounts of 2 or more coloured dyes? 11  

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

A.   ELEMENTS D.    PURE G.    MIXTURES J.     CHROMATOGRAPHY
B.   DISTILLATION

E.    CHEMICALS

H.    FILTRATION K.    FRACTIONAL  DISTILLATION
C.   EVAPORATION F.    ATOMS I.     COMPOUNDS  

 

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CHANGING MATERIALS VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1.    

What B describes the chemical change when a flame is seen

 

2.     What  M describes the physicalcal change when a solid becomes a liquid  
3.    

What type of change is condensation of water vapour

 
4.    

What type of change occurs when an egg is cooked

 

 
5.    

What E is often released in a chemical change

 

 
6.    

What M remains constant in a physical change

 

 
7.    

What  describes what happens when a solid disappears in a liquid?

 
8.    

What  S describes the substance being dissolved?

 

 
9.    

What  S describes the liquid in which the substance dissolves?

 
10.        

What  S describes the liquid when the substance has dissolved in it ?

 
11.        

What  S describes if a substance dissolves in a liquid?

 

 
12.        

What E describes what happens to a substance when heat is added to it?

 
13.        

What C describes what happens to a substance when heat is added to it?

 
14.        

What M is molten rock trapped under Earth’s surface

 
15.        

What C describes the Earth’’skin’, (5-75 km thick)

 
16.        

What type of rock are formed from molten rock being cooled

 
17.        

What type of cooling causes large crystals like quartz

 
18.        

Wha type of rocks are sandstone and limestone

 
19.        

What type of rock are slate and marble

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

dissolves sedimentary slow solvent
solute metamorphic burning solution
soluble igneous melting energy
expansion contraction physical mass
crust mantle chemical  

 

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1.    

What describes the starting materials in a chemical change

2.    

What describes the final substances in a chemical change

3.    

What is the final substances in the reaction between sulphur and iron

4.    

What type of reaction occurs when a substance reacts with oxygen

 
5.    

What type of change occurs when a substance burns in air

 
6.    

What are substances that are burnt in air to produce heat

 
7.    

What type of change occurs when there is fire

 
8.    

What is added to fuel and oxygen to create fire

 
9.    

What type of chemical reaction occurs when simpler substances are produced

 
10.        

What  metal is produced when carbon is heated with lead oxide

 
11.        

What is usually combined with metals in the earth’s surface

 
12.        

What types of substance are usually added to foods to stop them reacting with oxygen?

 
13.        

What metal reacts with oxygen and water to fom rust?

 
14.        

What is formed when iron reacts with oxygen

 
15.        

What is the common name for hydrated iron oxide

 
16.        

What gas is produced in burning that may increase global warming

 
17.        

What gas is produced in burning that may increase acid rain

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

lead antioxidants decomposition Carbon dioxide
oxygen iron reactants sulphur dioxide
chemical Iron oxide products combustion
heat rust Iron sulphide fuels
oxidation      

 

 

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QUESTION

           ANSWER

1 What sort of conductors are non-metals  
2 What sort of melting point do metals usually have  
3 What sort of colour are metals usually  
4 What element can be found in the form of graphite  
5 What metal is liquid at room temperature  
6 What property has made gold very valuable or thousands of years  
7 What property do metals have that means they can be moulded but keep their strength  
8 What metal is bottom of the reactivity series  
9 Which metal burns in oxygen with a very bright white light  
10 What metal is top of the reactivity series  
11 What gas is produced when a metal reacts with an acid  
12 What type of compound is magnesium chloride  
13 What is the name of the indicator paper that changes colour in acids and alkalis?  
14 What colour does this paper go in strong acid?  
15 What colour does this paper go in strong alkali?  
16 What salt is formed from sulphuric acid and copper oxide  
17 What gas is produced when a carbonate reacts with an acid  
18 What is it called when acid and alkali are mixed to form a pH 7 mixture?  
19 What substance does a wasp sting need?  
20 Is a wasp sting slightly acidic or alkaline?  
21 What is the acid in our stomachs?  
22 What is the hydrochloric acid in our stomachs used for?  

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

universal alkaline Copper sulphate neutralisation
red hydrochloric Carbon dioxide vinegar
blue Acid indigestion flexible carbon
hydrogen magnesium gold mercury
high poor silvery inert
salt potassium    

 

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1.     

What c is not used up when electricity flows around a circuit

2.      What  E flows around an electrical circuit  
3.     

What is the charge on the particles flowing around a circuit

 
4.     

What V  is a measure of the force pushing the current

 
5.     

What electrical component is shown by a circle with a cross inside it?

 
6.     

What R increases in a circuit when more components (light bulbs) are added

 
7.     

What  describes how bulbs are connected so that all bulbs do not light when a switch is opened?

 
8.     

What  describes how bulbs are connected so that a bulb still lights when a switch is opened?

 
9.     

What R  is the reaction between 2 like poles of a magnet

 
10.            

What MF is the force that surrounds a  magnet?

 
11.            

What E exerts a magnetic force only when turned on?

 
12.            

What electrical component is shown by a circle with an A inside it?

 

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

parallel resistance electromagnet
repel series ammeter
voltage electrons Magnetic field
bulb negative Current

 

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FORCES & MOTION VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1.   

What is equal to distance ÷ time?

 

2.    What is the usual unit used to measure it

 

 
3.   

What W is the force downward that we exert on something?

 
4.   

What B describes the forces on motionless objects?

 

 
5.   

What describes the forces on objects that are changing speed?

 
6.   

What is the force acting on us due to the attraction of the Earth?

 
7.   

What is the force that opposes movement?

 
8.   

What AR is the force that opposes movement through the air?

 
9.   

What D is the force that opposes movement through the air?

 
10.      

What M means ‘turning force’?

 
11.      

What 2 variables affect the ‘turning force’?

 

 

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

DRAG MOMENT BALANCED METRES PER SECOND
SPEED

FRICTION

UNBALANCED AIR RESISTANCE
WEIGHT

GRAVITY

FORCE  X DISTANCE FROM PIVOT

 

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EARTH and BEYOND VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

           ANSWER

1 How many hours does the Earth take to do one complete rotation?

2 In which season is the North Pole tilted AWAY from the Sun?  
3 In which season will the North Pole have sunlight at midnight?  
4 To the nearest day, how many days does the Earth take to do a complete orbit around the Sun?  
5 Does the Sun appear to rise in the east or the west?  
6 What is the name of the star that does not appear to move?  
7 What is the planet that is closest to the Sun?  

 

8 What is the planet that is just closer to the Sun than the Earth?  
9 What is the planet that is furthest from the Sun?  
10 What is the name of the star that is closest to the Earth?  
11 How many planets take more time to orbit the Sun than the Earth?  
12 Which planet orbits the Sun quickest?  

 

13   

(a)

(b)

What S is the name given to smaller objects that orbit around a much larger object?

And which is the nearest natural one to the Earth?

 

(a)

(b)

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

1. MERCURY

6.     24

11. SATELLITE
2. MERCURY 7.      6 12. WINTER
3. PLUTO 8.    365 13. SUMMER
4. MOON 9.    POLE 14. SUN
5. VENUS 10.  EAST  

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LIGHT & SOUND  VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

1 What L means light is given out from it?  
2 What R means light bounces off the object?  
3 What S describes the surface of a mirror that makes it shiny  
4 What R is how we draw light travelling?  
5 What I is the ray hitting the mirror?  
6 What can we say about the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection?
7 What T describes an object that allows light to pass through it?  
8 What R means light being bent as it goes from one medium to another?  
9 What D occurs white light is passed through a prism and split into colours.  
10 What colours occur at each end of the spectrum?  
11 What colour is the centre of the spectrum?  
12 What T means some light passes through but some is absorbed?  
13 What N can be heard in ‘space’ (vacuum)  
14 What V causes sound?  
15 What M has to be present for sound to travel?  
16 Approximately how many times faster does light travel than sound?  
17 What W is the way that sound and light travel?  
18 What A describes the loudness of sound?  
19 What F describes the pitch of sound  
20 What happens to the size of vibration of particles when the sound gets louder?  
21 What happens to the speed of vibration of particles when the pitch of sound gets lower?  
22 What are the units used to measure frequency of sound?  
23 What apparatus is used to see the sound waves?
24 What vibrates in our ear to allow us to hear?  
25 What is the highest number of hertz that can usually be heard by humans?
26 What E is damaged by very loud sound?

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

Refraction Equal Red & Violet Smooth
Dispersion Transparent Green Ray
Amplitude Vibration 20,000 Incidence
Frequency Medium Luminous Translucent
1 Million Increase Reflection Nothing
Waves Decreases Hertz  
Eardrum Eardrum Oscilloscope  

 

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ENERGY VIDEOSTUDY

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QUESTION

ANSWER

1 What form of energy is produced from luminous objects?  
2 What is the name of the process that plants use to obtain energy from the sun?  
3 What form of energy is produced from vibrating objects?  
4 What form of energy is produced from a generator?  
5 What is another name for thermal energy?  
6 What is another name for the energy of movement?  
7 What is the scientific name given to any energy ‘stored’?  
8 What F is burnt to produce energy?  
9 What type of fuels are coal, oil or natural gas?  
10 What type of fuel will probably run out in about 30 years?  
11 What is the name of energy resources that can be replaced?  
12 What is the name of energy resources that cannot be replaced?  
13 What is the name of energy resources that capture the sun’s energy using cells?  
14 What is the name of energy resources that uses plant or animal material?  
15 What is the name of energy resources that uses fast flowing water to drive turbines?  

 

VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

 SOLAR ELECTRICAL POTENTIAL
RENEWABLE HEAT FUEL
HYDROELECTRIC KINETIC FOSSIL
NON-RENEWABLE BIOMASS OIL
PHOTOSYNTHESIS LIGHT SOUND

LIFE PROCESSES & CELLS VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

1 What M is a life process where muscles contract 1 MOVEMENT
2 What R is a life process which produces ‘young’ 2 REPRODUCTION
3 What S is a life process which detects changes 3 SENSITIVITY
4 What G is a life process which produces ‘adults’ 4 GROWTH
5 What R is a life process which produces energy 5 RESPIRATION
6

What E is a life process removes waste products

6 EXCRETION
7 What N is a life process which produces ‘repair’ 7 NUTRITION
8 What mnemonic represents the 7 life processes 8 MRS GREN
9 What does a growing radish plant move towards 9 LIGHT
10 Which 3 life processes does a motor car NOT do 10 RESPIRE GROW

REPRODUCE

11 What C are the ‘building blocks of life’ 11 CELLS
12 What M is the apparatus that helps us see very small objects 12 MICROSCOPE
13 What M is the outer layer of a cell 13 MEMBRANE
14 What C is ‘jelly-like substance’ of a cell 14 CYTOPLASM
15 What N is the ‘control centre’ of a cell 15 NUCLEUS
16 What W is the outer layer of a plant cell 16 WALL
17 What V contains sap in a plant cell 17 VACUOLE
18 What C is in green plant cell for photosynthesis 18 CHLOROPLASTS

 HUMAN AS ORGANISMS 1 VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

1 Which nutrient provides  readily available energy 1 carbohydrate
2 Which nutrient is vital for our cells to grow and help build new cells 2 protein
3 Which nutrient is found in biscuits and butter 3 fat
4 What type of food is the best source of vitamins and minerals 4 fresh fruit
5

What W  is essential for a balanced diet

5 water
6 What F keeps food moving along the gut 6 fibre
7 What E are contained in our saliva that helps to chemically break down the food 7 enzymes
8 What is another name for the duodenum and ileum 8 small intestine
9 Where in the body is bile made 9 liver
10 What F is name of the waste material that passes out of the body through the anus 10 faeces
11 What M is a way that food can be broken down 11 mechanically
12 What E cause the large complex molecules to be broken up into smaller molecules 12 enzymes
13 What is the process where complicated food substances are broken down 13 digestion
14 What S happens to the simpler foods that means it is useable by the body 14 soluble

HUMAN AS ORGANISMS 2 VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

1 What is the transport medium which carries food, oxygen and hormones around the body 1 blood
2 What are the thin-walled blood vessels that provide the place for the exchange of substances 2 capillaries
3 What are the powerful chemical substances that cause changes in the body 3 hormone
4 Where in boys is sperm produced 4 testes
5 Where in girls are the eggs  produced 5 ovaries
6 What is the name of the tube in the middle of the penis 6 urethra
7 What is the name of the tube that carries sperm to the penis 7 Sperm duct
8 What is the name of the tube that opens to the air  of the female reproductive system 8 vagina
9 What is the name of the tube that is the home for the fertilised egg (womb) of the female reproductive system 9 uterus
10 What is the name of the tube that carries the egg to the womb of the female reproductive system 10 fallopian
11 What  is the name of the  monthly cycle in females that occurs in their reproductive system 11 menstrual
12 What  is the name of the  monthly release of an egg  in females that occurs in their reproductive system 12 ovulation
13 What  is the name when a sperm fuses with an egg 13 fertilisation
14 What  is the name of the  splitting of cells in reproduction 14 division
15 What  is the name of the fertilised  egg becoming attached to the wall  of womb during  reproduction 15 implantation
16 What  is the name given to the developing baby 16 foetus
17 What  is the name of the lifeline between the mother and baby 17 Umbilical chord
18 What acts as a barrier against some harmful substances between the mother and baby 18 placenta
19 What substance in cigarettes contains chemicals that cause lung cancer 19 tar
20 What very common drug can cause brain and liver damage 20 alcohol
21 Which micro-organisms are usually killed by antibiotics 21 bacteria
22 Which micro-organisms are flu, measles and ‘colds’ 22 viruses

GREEN PLANTS AS ORGANISMS VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

           ANSWER

1 What provides the energy for photosynthesis? sunlight
2 Where in the plant does photosynthesis occur? leaves
3 What is the green pigment in plants used for photosynthesis? chlorophyll
4 What gas is a  raw materials used for photosynthesis? Carbon dioxide
5 What colourless liquid  is used for photosynthesis? Water
6 What gas is produced in photosynthesis? Oxygen
7 What sugar is produced in photosynthesis?? Glucose
8 What process in plants that releases energy Respiration
9 What types of substances are required for plant growth nutrients
10 What  part of the plant absorbs water and mineral salts roots
11 What is the name of the brightly colour part of the plant petal
12 What is the name of the part of the plant that protects the bud sepal
13 What is the name of the male part of the plant stamen
14 What is the name of the female part of the plant carpel
15 What is the name of the  part of the plant ovary that contains the egg ovule
16 What is likely to pollinate a brightly coloured plant insects
17 What is the name of the part of the plant that contains the structures for sexual reproduction flower
18 What is the name of the reproductive cell of the plant gamete
VARIATION, CLASSIFICATION, INHERITANCE VIDEOSTUDY

ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

1. What S are groups of living things that can interbreed 1.

SPECIES

2. What V is the differences within these groups 2.

VARIATION

3. What G causes our differences that we inherit 3.

GENES

4. What E causes our differences due to our living conditions 4.

ENVIRONMENT

           ANSWER

5.     What K are the groups that all living things can be divided into 5.     KINGDOMS

6.     What V is a group of animals that have backbones 6.     VERTEBRATES  
7.     What I is a group of invertebrates 7.     INSECTS  
8.     What M is a group of vertebrates 8.     MAMMALS  
9.     What B is a group of vertebrates 9.     BIRDS  
10.        

What R is a group of vertebrates

10.         REPTILES  
11.         What A is a group of vertebrates 11.         AMPHIBIANS  

 

12.         What F is a group of vertebrates 12.         FISH  
13.         Which vertebrate have hair or fur, young feed on mother’s milk 13.         MAMMALS  
14.         Which vertebrate have hard dry scales and lay soft shelled eggs on land 14.         REPTILES  
15.         To which group of vertebrates does a crocodile belong 15.         REPTILES  
16.         What H is the type of area where an organism lives 16.         HABITAT  
17.         What G is the adaptation that a fish has to absorb oxygen in water 17.         GILLS  
18.         Trees have adapted to reducing water lost during winter by shedding what L 18.         LEAVES  
19.         When birds eat other birds they are called birds of what P? 19.         PREY  
20.         On what food do common mussels feed? 20.         PLANKTON  
21.         In a year approximately how many rabbits will one fox eat? 21.         70  
22.         What C is an animal that only eats other animals? 22.         CARNIVORES  
23.         What H is an animal that only eats plants? 23.         HERBIVORES  
24.         What O is an animal that eats plants and animals? 24.         OMNIVORES  
LIVING THINGS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS
QUESTION ANSWER            ANSWER
1 What H is the type of area where an organism lives HABITAT  
2 What A is the special features that an organism has that makes them suited to where it lives ADAPTION  
3 What G is the adaptation that a fish has to absorb oxygen in water GILLS  
4 What H is the adaptation that some animals have to survive winters HIBERNATION  
5 Trees have adapted to reducing water lost during winter by shedding what L LEAVES  
6 When birds eat other birds they are called birds of what P? PREY  
7 On what food do common mussels feed? PLANKTON  
8 What F C shows us the feeding relationship in a habitat FOOD CHAIN  
9 In a year approximately how many rabbits will one fox eat? 70  
10 What P of N describes the amount of food passed on between organisms in a habitat PYRAMID OF

NUMBERS

 
11 What C is an animal that only eats other animals? CARNIVORES  
12 What H is an animal that only eats plants? HERBIVORES  
13 What O is an animal that eats plants and animals? OMNIVORES  
14 What P are plants that make their own food (biomass) PRODUCERS  
15 What P C are herbivores that feed on plants PRIMARY

CONSUMERS

 
16 What S C are carnivores that only feed on other animals SECONDARY

CONSUMERS

 

 

CLASSIFYING MATERIALS  VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

           ANSWER

1 What M is ‘the stuff that everything is made of’? matter
2 What is the solid state of water? ice
3 In which substance did oxygen become liquid (at –196ºC)? nitrogen
4 What C means a gas turning into a liquid? condensation
5 What M means a solid turning into a liquid? melt
6 What metal melts at 30ºC? gallium
7 What F means liquid into solid? freezing
8 On a temperature/time graph for a pure substance being heated, what is the highest point shown as a flat part on the graph? solid
9 What name describes what we see when the particles are packed closely together and vibrating about a fixed point? solid
10 What name describes what we see when the particles are close together but can move around each other? liquid
11 What name describes what we see when the particles are spread far apart and move around to fill the whole space? gas
12 What state has no fixed shape, hard to compress the particles in it move slowly? liquid
13 In what way do the particles in a solid move? vibrate
14 What E means a liquid turning into a gas? evaporation
15 What are the best conditions to get clothes dry on a washing line? sunny, windy, low humidity
16 What W actually appears on windows that is often called ‘condensation’ water

 

ELEMENTS COMPOUNDS MIXTURES  VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

  QUESTION   ANSWER
1 What C is everything made up of? 1 CHEMICALS
2 What E are substances that cannot be split into simpler substances? 2 ELEMENTS
3 What A are the smallest part of elements? 3 ATOMS
4 What C are formed from combining elements? 4 COMPOUNDS
5 What M can be used to describe impure substances like milk? 5 MIXTURES
6 What P describes a substance that contains only one type of particle? 6 PURE
7 What separation technique can be used to collect clay from a clay/water mixture? 7 FILTRATION
8 What separation technique can be used to collect salt from a salt/water mixture? 8 EVAPORATION
9 What separation technique can be used to collect water from a salt/water mixture? 9 DISTILLATION
10 What separation technique can be used to collect 2 or more liquids with different boiling points from a mixture? 10 FRACTIONAL DISTILLATION
11 What separation technique can be used to separate small amounts of 2 or more coloured dyes? 11 CHROMATOGRAPHY

CHANGING MATERIALS VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

1

What B describes the chemical change when a flame is seen

burning

2 What  M describes the physicalcal change when a solid becomes a liquid melting
3

What type of change is condensation of water vapour

physical
4

What type of change occurs when an egg is cooked

chemical
5

What E is often released in a chemical change

energy
 6

What M remains constant in a physical change

mass
7

What  describes what happens when a solid disappears in a liquid?

dissolves
8

What  S describes the substance being dissolved?

solute
 9

What  S describes the liquid in which the substance dissolves?

solvent
 10

What  S describes the liquid when the substance has dissolved in it ?

solution
 10

What  S describes if a substance dissolves in a liquid?

soluble
11

What E describes what happens to a substance when heat is added to it?

expansion
12

What C describes what happens to a substance when heat is added to it?

contraction
13

What M is molten rock trapped under Earth’s surface

mantle
 8

What C describes the Earth’’skin’, (5-75 km thick)

crust
 

What type of rock are formed from molten rock being cooled

igneous
 

What type of cooling causes large crystals like quartz

slow
 

Wha type of rocks are sandstone and limestone

sedimentary
 

What type of rock are slate and marble

metamorphic

CHEMICAL REACTIONS VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

           ANSWER

1

What describes the starting materials in a chemical change

reactants

2

What describes the final substances in a chemical change

products

 
3

What is the final substances in the reaction between sulphur and iron

Iron sulphide

 
4

What type of reaction occurs when a substance reacts with oxygen

oxidation  
5

What type of change occurs when a substance burns in air

combustion  
 6

What are substances that are burnt in air to produce heat

fuels  
7

What type of change occurs when there is fire

chemical  
8

What is added to fuel and oxygen to create fire

heat  
 9

What type of chemical reaction occurs when simpler substances are produced

decomposition  
 10

What  metal is produced when carbon is heated with lead oxide

lead  
 10

What is usually combined with metals in the earth’s surface

oxygen  
11

What types of substance are usually added to foods to stop them reacting with oxygen?

antioxidants  
12

What metal reacts with oxygen and water to fom rust?

iron  
13

What is formed when iron reacts with oxygen

Iron oxide  
 8

What is the common name for hydrated iron oxide

rust  
 

What gas is produced in burning that may increase global warming

Carbon dioxide  
 

What gas is produced in burning that may increase acid rain

sulphur dioxide  

 

 ACIDS & ALKALIS VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

           ANSWER

1 What sort of conductors are non-metals poor
2 What sort of melting point do metals usually have high
3 What sort of colour are metals usually silvery
4 What element can be found in the form of graphite carbon
5 What metal is liquid at room temperature mercury
6 What property has made gold very valuable or thousands of years inert
7 What property do metals have that means they can be moulded but keep their strength flexible
8 What metal is bottom of the reactivity series gold
9 Which metal burns in oxygen with a very bright white light magnesium
10 What metal is top of the reactivity series potassium
11 What gas is produced when a metal reacts with an acid hydrogen
12 What type of compound is magnesium chloride salt
13 What is the name of the indicator paper that changes colour in acids and alkalis? UNIVERSAL
14 What colour does this paper go in strong acid?

 

RED
15 What colour does this paper go in strong alkali?

 

BLUE
16 What salt is formed from sulphuric acid and copper oxide Copper sulphate
17 What gas is produced when a carbonate reacts with an acid Carbon dioxide
18 What is it called when acid and alkali are mixed to form a pH 7 mixture? NEUTRALISATION
19 What substance does a wasp sting need?

 

VINEGAR
20 Is a wasp sting slightly acidic or alkaline?

 

ALKALINE
21 What is the acid in our stomachs? HYDROCHLORIC
22 What is the hydrochloric acid in our stomachs used for? ACID DIGESTION

ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

1

What c is not used up when electricity flows around a circuit

Current

2 What  E flows around an electrical circuit electrons
3

What is the charge on the particles flowing around a circuit

negative
4

What V  is a measure of the force pushing the current

voltage
5

What electrical component is shown by a circle with a cross inside it?

bulb
 6

What R increases in a circuit when more components (light bulbs) are added

resistence
7

What  describes how bulbs are connected so that all bulbs do not light when a switch is opened?

series
8

What  describes how bulbs are connected so that a bulb still lights when a switch is opened?

parallel
 9

What R  is the reaction between 2 like poles of a magnet

repel
 10

What MF is the force that surrounds a  magnet?

Magnetic field
11

What E exerts a magnetic force only when turned on?

electromagnet
12

What electrical component is shown by a circle with an A inside it?

ammeter

FORCES & MOTION VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

ANSWER

1 a

What is equal to distance ÷ time?

SPEED

1 b What is the usual unit used to measure it

METRES PER SECOND

2

What W is the force downward that we exert on something?

WEIGHT
4

What B describes the forces on motionless objects?

BALANCED
 5

What describes the forces on objects that are changing speed?

UNBALANCED
 6

What is the force acting on us due to the attraction of the Earth?

GRAVITY
 7

What is the force that opposes movement?

FRICTION
 

What AR is the force that opposes movement through the air?

AIR RESISTANCE
 

What D is the force that opposes movement through the air?

DRAG
 

What M means ‘turning force’?

MOMENT
 8

What 2 variables affect the ‘turning force’?

FORCE X DISTANCE FROM PIVOT

 

EARTH AND BEYOND VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

QUESTION

           ANSWER

1 How many hours does the Earth take to do one complete rotation?

    24

2 In which season is the North Pole tilted AWAY from the Sun?   WINTER
3 In which season will the North Pole have sunlight at midnight? SUMMER
4 To the nearest day, how many days does the Earth take to do a complete orbit around the Sun?  365
5 Does the Sun appear to rise in the east or the west? EAST
6 What is the name of the star that does not appear to move? POLE
7 What is the planet that is closest to the Sun? MERCURY

 

8 What is the planet that is just closer to the Sun than the Earth? VENUS
9 What is the planet that is furthest from the Sun? PLUTO
10 What is the name of the star that is closest to the Earth? SUN
11 How many planets take more time to orbit the Sun than the Earth? 6
12 Which planet orbits the Sun quickest? MERCURY

 

13   

(a)

(b)

What S is the name given to smaller objects that orbit around a much larger object?

And which is the nearest natural one to the Earth?

(a) SATELLITE

 

(b) MOON

 

 

LIGHT & SOUND  VIDEOSTUDY ANSWERS

 

QUESTION

ANSWER

1

What L means light is given out from it?

1

Luminous

2 What R means light bounces off the object? 2 Reflection
3 The surface of a mirror is s……. 3 Smooth
4 What R is how we draw light travelling? 4 Ray
5

What I is the ray hitting the mirror?

5 Incidence
6 What can we say about the angle of incidence

    and the angle of reflection?                                   

6 Equal
7 What T describes an object that allows light to

     pass through it?

7 Transparent
8 What R means light being bent as it goes from

   one medium to another?

8 Refraction
9 When  D occurs white light is passed through

    a prism and split into colours.

9 Dispersion
10 What colours occur at each end of the spectrum? 10 Red & Violet
11 What colour is the centre of the spectrum? 11 Green
12 What T means some light passes through but

      some is absorbed?

12 Translucent
13 What N can be heard in ‘space’ (vacuum) 13 Nothing
14 What V causes sound? 14 Vibration
15 What M has to be present for

   sound to travel?

15 Medium
16 Approximately how many times faster does light travel than sound? 16 1 Million
17 What W is the way that sound and light travel? 17 Waves
18 What A describes the loudness of sound? 18 Amplitude
19 What F describes the pitch of sound 19 Frequency
20 What happens to the size of vibration of  particles when the sound gets louder? 20 Increase
21 What happens to the speed of vibration of particles when the pitch of sound gets lower? 21 Decreases
22 What are the units used to measure frequency of sound? 22 Hertz
23 What apparatus is used to see the sound  waves? 23 Oscilloscope
24 What vibrates in our ear to allow us to hear? 24 Eardrum
25 What is the highest number of hertz that

      can usually be heard by humans?

25 20,000
26 What E is damaged by very loud sound? 26 Eardrum

 

 

 

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