Home Transition 1_Variables 2_Succes Crit 3_Planning 4_Recording 5_Graphs 6_Reflecting Maths Revision

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Homework 1 Deadline 20 September

Homework 2 Deadline 10th October

Homework 3 Deadline 30th October

Homework 4 Deadline 30th November

The content exam features content from everything covered so far in year 7 direct links to the parents pages with revision help are given below. The test questions can be found by clicking the link above:

Parents Page for module 1 Energy/ynni

Parents Page for module 2 Cells

Parents Page for module 3 Particles

Parents Page for module 4 Forces

Parents page for module 5 Diet and Respiration

National Curriculum Wales Level Descriptors

 

Yes Parents, the pupils get to see the test before they take it. If you would like more information about the testing please contact Mr J Sharpe on 01437 764147.

Year 7

The year 7 course covers 5 skill areas of science investigations through a range of biological, chemical and physical science contexts.

Module Skill Content
1 Variables Energy
2 Success Criteria Cells
3 Planning Particles
4 Recording Forces
5 Graphing Respiration

What will you do in year 7 science?

 

In Year 7 Science you are going to learn how to produce a Scientific Investigation. Every investigation will have a title followed by subtitles that appear in this order:

 

Brief:

Tells you what you are going to investigate.

Variables:

You declare what you are going to change, measure and keep the same in your investigation.

Success Criteria:

You explain what processes you have to do and why you have to do them to complete a good quality investigation.

Evidence:

This is research carried out on the internet or in books to find out what other scientists already know about your investigation.

Method:

This is a step by step ‘recipe’ that explains how you do your experiment.

Results:

This is normally a table where you record your results to a suitable degree of accuracy using S.I units e.g. cm3, oC and s

Graph:

You must select the correct type of graph to represent your data. It must have regular scales and axis labelled with units.

Conclusion:

This explains the relationship between your variables and uses scientific knowledge and understanding to explain why this relationship exists