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Scince Understanding Biological Sciences
Content description -ACSSU149
Cells are the basic units of living things and have
specialised structures and functions
Content description ACSSU150
Multi-cellular organisms contain systems of
organs that carry out specialised functions that
enable them to survive and reproduce
Science as a Human Endeavour
Nature and development of science - ACSHE
134
Scientific knowledge changes as new evidence
becomes available, and some scientific
discoveries have significantly changed peoples
understanding of the world
Science Inquiry Skills
Questioning and prediciting (ACSIS139)
Communicating (ACSIS148)
8_5 TOPIC Pearson 8
Text Chapter
Lab
experiment
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Microscopes
Define a microscopic organism
Define a microscope
Define the differences between a light, stereo and
electron microscope
List the main (7) structures in a microscope
Microscope calculations (felid of view and
magnification)
2.1
Making
things
bigger
Getting to know
the microscope.
Page 46

ACSSU149 elaborations
examining a variety of cells using a light
microscope, by digital technology or by
viewing a simulation
ACSHE134 elaborations
investigating developments in the
understanding of cells and how this
knowledge has impacted on areas such as
health and medicine
Eyepeice
Coarse
Adjustment
Knob
Fine Knob
Light source
Handle
Objective Lens
Stage
Field of view
Magnification
Microscopic
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Cells: Organelles
Define an organelle
List the differences in the types of organelles in
plant, animal and fungi cells.
Define the function of each of the main organelles.
2.2
Natural
building
blocks.
I can see
more!
Page 47
Observing cells
Onion cells )
Page 65
ACSSU149 elaborations
distinguishing plant cells from animal or
fungal cells
Cell membrane
Lysosomes
Vacuole
Endoplasmic
reticulum
Mitochondria
Ribosomes
Cytoplasm
Chloroplast
Cell wall
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Cells: Organelles continued...
Define the function of each of the main organelles.
Cells: Animal and plant specialised cells
Define and explain the differences between
unicellular and multicellular organisms.
List the 8 main specialised animal cells and the 5
main specialised plant cells.
2.3
Specialised
cells
My Cell Poster
Page 64
ACSSU149 elaborations
distinguishing plant cells from animal or fungal
cells
identifying structures within cells and describing
their function
recognising that some organisms consist of a
single cell
ACSIS148 elaborations
selecting and using appropriate language and
representations to communcate science ideas
within a specified text type and for a specified
audience
Animal
Nerve Cells
Red Blood Cells
White Bllod Cells
White Fat cells
Brown Fat Cells
Smooth muscle cells
Skeletal muscle cells
Cardiac muscle cells

Plant
Structural cells
Photosynthetic cells
Conducting cells
Root hairs
Guard cells





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Cells: Animal and plant specialised cells
continued....
Define the function of each of the specialised cells.
2.4
Cell or
organism
Looking at pond
water
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Cells, Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems
List the 8 main specialised animal cells and the 5
main specialised plant cells.
Define the function of each of the specialised cells.
Chapter 2 Revision Chapter review questions
Chapter
2.1 2.4
Arm joint
experiment
(not in
textbook)

ACSSU149 elaborations
recognising that cells reproduce via cell
division
describing mitosis as cell division for growth
and repair
ACSHE 134 elaborations
discussing ethical issues that arise from
organ transplantation
Cells epithelium cells,
Tissue connective tissue, muscle
tissue
Organs Lung, stomach
Organ systems -
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CELLS END OF TOPIC TEST
New topic: Digestive system
Chapter 3.1

Brain dissection
- nerve cells in
an organ
ACSSU150examining the specialised cells
and tissues involved in structure and function
of particular organs

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Standard Two
2.3 Curriculum, assessment and reporting.

Standard Two
2.5 Literacy and numeracy strategies.

Standard Two
2.1 Content and teaching
strategies of the teaching area
2.2 Content selection and
organisation.

Standard Three
3.2 Plan, structure and sequence learning
programs.

CELLS
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Scince Understanding Biological Sciences
Content description -ACSSU175
Multi-cellular organisms rely on coordinated
and interdependent internal systems to
respond to changes to their environment

Science as a Human Endeavour
Nature and development of science - ACSHE
228
considering how the development of imaging
technologies have improved our understanding of the
functions and interactions of body systems
Science Inquiry Skills
Questioning and prediciting (ACSIS139)
Communicating (ACSIS148)
9 TOPIC Pearson 8
Text Chapter
Lab
experiments
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Nervous system
Define a microscopic organism
Define a microscope
Define the differences between a light, stereo and
electron microscope
List the main (7) structures in a microscope
Microscope calculations (felid of view and
magnification)
7.1
Nervous
Control
Sensitivity
Pages235

Reaction
times
Page 236
ACSSU175 elaborations
identifying responses using nervous and
endocrine systems
ACSSU228 elaborations
The values and needs of contemporary society
can influence the focus of scientific research
Homeostasis
Motor neuron
Relay neurone
Sensory neuron
Central nervous
system

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Endocrine Sytem
List the 8 endocrine glands
Define an endocrine gland, hormone and target cell
List and define the 4 negative feedback systems
Explain how responses can include both nervous and
endocrine systems

7.2
Chemical
Control
Pages 237 -
241
Model
Feedback
System
Page 243


Changing
temperature
Page 243
Endocrine gland
Hormone
Target cell
Hypothalamus
Pituitary Gland
Thymus
Parathyroid
Thyroid
Adrenals
Pancreas
Ovary
Testes
Glucagon
Insulin
Thyroid
Stimulating
Hormone
Thyroxine
Anti-diuretic
Hormone
Epinephrine
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Endocrine Sytem continued...
List and define the 4 negative feedback systems

7.2
Chemical
Control
ACSSU175 elaborations
describing how the requirements for life (for
example oxygen, nutrients, water and removal
of waste) are provided through the coordinated
function of body systems such as the
respiratory, circulatory, digestive, nervous and
excretory systems
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Respiratory System
Define the function of each of the specialised cells.
3.1 Respiratory
System
7.3Coordinated
body systems
246

Diffusion
Page 253
Nasal cavity
Pharynx
Larynx
Trachea
Bronchus
Bronchiole
Alveolus
Diffusion
Haemoglobin
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Circulatory System
List the 8 main specialised animal cells and the 5
main specialised plant cells.
Define the function of each of the specialised cells.
BODY CO-ORDINATION Revision
3.2
Circulatory
System
7.3
Heart Dissection
ACSSU175 elaborations
explaining how body systems work together to
maintain a functioning body using models, flow
diagrams or simulations
Ateries
Veins
Capillaries
Pulmonary Vein
Pulmonary Artery
Vena Cava
Aorta
Red blood cells
White blood cells
Platelets
Plasma
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BODY CO-ORDNIATION END OF TOPIC TEST
New topic: Digestive system
Chapter 3.1






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Scince Understanding Chemical Sciences
Content description -ACSSU186
The atomic structure and properties of elements
are used to organise them in the Periodic Table
Content description -ACSSU187
Different types of chemical reactions are used to
produce a range of products and can occur at
different rates
Earth and Space Sciences
Content description -ACSSU188
The universe contains features including
galaxies, stars and solar systems and the Big
Bang theory can be used to explain the origin of
the universe
Science as a Human Endeavour
Nature and development of science - ACSHE
134

Science Inquiry Skills
Questioning and prediciting (ACSIS139)
Communicating
10_5 TOPIC Pearson 8
Text Chapter
Lab
experiments
Curriclum Links Vocabulary/ Key words
5
Periodic Table
Decribe the Mendeleevs contributions to science
(Mendeleevs Table)
List the groups of the periodic table
Describe the differences in electron shells of different
elements.
7.1
Periodic Table
Pages 172 - 174


ACSSU186 elaborations
recognising that elements in the same group of
the periodic table have similar properties
describing the structure of atoms in terms of
electron shells
explaining how the electronic structure of an
atom determines its position in the periodic table
and its properties
investigating the chemical activity of metals

ACSHE134 elaborations
investigating how chemistry can be used to
produce a range of useful substances such as
fuels, metals and pharmaceuticals
Alkali metals
Alkaline Earth
metals
Transition
Metals
Metalloids
Halogens
Nobel gases
Rare earth
metals
Atomic number
Mass number
Electron shell
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Metals and non-metals
List the groups that contain metals
Describe the properties of metals
7.2 Chemical
families
Pages 176 - 182
Metal
Properties
Page 177


Metals
Reactive metals
Ductile
Malleble
Transitional
metals
Conductor
Lattice
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Metals and non-metals
List the groups that contain non-metals
Describe the properties of non-metals and
allotropes
Flame colours
Page 179

Buckyballs
Page 183
Non-metals
Insulator
Allotropes
Lattice
Layered
Buckyball
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Metal extraction
METAL EXTRACTION PRACTICAL TEST
Define the function of each of the specialised cells.
7.3 Extracting
metals
Pages 184-187
Copper metal
from copper ore
Pages 188-189
Electolysis
Solute
Solvent
Cathode

Anode
Filtration
Crystalisation
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Solar system
List famous astonomers including Galleleo, Edwin
Hubble
List and identify the characteristics of the 8 planets
in the solar system

Famous
Astronomer
Research

Planet Poster
ACSSU188 elaborations
identifying the evidence supporting the Big Bang
theory, such as Edwin Hubbles observations and
the detection of microwave radiation
describing how the evolution of the universe,
including the formation of galaxies and stars, has
continued since the Big Bang
Nicolaus
Copernicus
Johannes Kelper
Galileo Galilei
Albert Einstein
Edwin Hubble
Carl Sagan
Stephen
Hawking
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Solar System
Investigate space exploration


Apollo
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Survival
Human Perspectives 11 2B




11 2B TOPIC Pearson 8
Text Chapter
Lab
experiments
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Chapter 16 Contraception
Define the 5 main contraceptive methods
Explain the ethical considerations of using
contraceptives
Define abortion and list the consequences
FERTILITY ASSIGNMENT DUE (THURS)
Chapter 17 Sexually Transmitted Infections
List the 8 different types of STIs
Distinguish the syptoms of each STI
16Making
choices about
contraception
Pages 215

17 Sexually
Transmitted
Infections
Pages 229 -
241
Contraception
box

The reproductive process is complex and
not always successful.
Abstinence
Coitus Interuptus
Condom
Diapragm
Cervical Cap
Femidom
Spermicides and
foams
Combined pill
Mini pill
Morning-after pill
Depo-Provera
Implanon
NuvaRing
IUD
Vasectomy
Tubal ligation
Essure
Castration
Oophorectomy
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Chapter 17 Sexually Transmitted Infections
Explain why some STIs are premenent
Chapter 18: The Code for Life
Define what DNA is
List the comonents and proceses involved in
protein synthesis
18 DNA-the
code for life
Pages 245-251
Can you
diagnose this
STI? activity

Chlamydia
Genital herpes
Genital warts
Human
immunodeficiency
virus (HIV)
Trichomoniasis
Pubic lice
Scabies
Gonorrhea
Syphilis
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Chapter 18: The Code for Life continued ...
Explain lipid and carbohydrate synthesis
Define mitochondrial RNA
Chapter 19: Principles of inheritance
Explain the Mendelian principles of inheritance.
18 DNA-the
code for life
Pages 245-251
Protein
synthesis
Activity
Almost everything that happens inside
the human body can be traced back to
DNA. It provides the instructions for the
cells that make up the human body.
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
Histones
Chromatin
Chromosomes
Genes
Genetic code
Double helix
Nucleotide
Bases
Replication
Protein synthesis
Messenger RNA
Transfer RNA
Mitochindrial RNA
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Chapter 19: Principles of inheritance
continued ...
Define monohybrid crosses
Define pedigrees (punnett squares)
19 Principles
of inheritance
Pages 255-267
ABO Blood
testing

Mendel

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GENETICS ASSIGNMENT
Chapter 20: Characteristics of offspring
Monohybrid crosses and pedigrees
Genetic counselling
The Human Genome Project
20
Characteristics
of offspring
Pages 272-281
Offspring show features of both parents
and it is possible to predict these due to
the known patterns of inheritance. New
chromosomal combinations result from
reproductive processes.

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GENETICS ASSIGNMENT DUE\GENETICS
VALIDATION TEST
Chapter 21
Variation from meiosis
Variation from fertilisation
21 Sources of
variation in
humans
Pages 286-293
Modelling
Independent
Assortment
Page 293-295
The reproductive process is complex and not
always successful. Tests and counselling can
assist people with reproductive difficulties and
genetic counselling can help determine the
level of risk of having an offspring with a
genetic condition for families with known
conditions. The environment plays a large
role in determining the survival of individuals.
Variation
Species
Crossing Over
Random Assortment
Non-Disjunction
Random fertilisation
Mutations
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