CHAPTER 1 : Scientific Investigation 1.1 Method of Investigation 1.2 Realising the Need to Practice Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values when Carrying Out Scientific Investigation

CHAPTER 2 : Body Coordination 2.1 Understanding Body Coordination 2.2 Understanding the Human Nervous System 2.3 Nervous Coordination 2.4 Proprioceptors 2.5 The Human Brain 2.6 Hormonal Coordination 2.7 Coordination Between The Nervous System and The Endocrine System 2.8 Effects of Drugs 2.9 Effects of Alcohol 2.10 The Importance of Sound and Healthy Mind

CHAPTER 3 : Heredity and Variation 3.1 Cell Division 3.2 Inheritance 3.3 Sex Determination and The Occurrence of Twin 3.4 Mutation 3.5 Effects of Genetic Researches 3.6 Variation 3.7 Code of Ethics In Genetic Researghes

CHAPTER 4 : Matter and Substances 4.1 Changes In Matter 4.2 Atom Structure 4.3 Proton Number and Nucleon Number In Atom 4.4 The Periodic Table 4.5 Properties of Substances 4.6 Properties of Metal and Non-Metal 4.7 Purification of Substances 4.8 Uses of Various Substances

6 Applying the Principle of Subtractions of Coloured Light 7.7 The Effects of Mixing Pigments 7.1 Properties of Alloys and Their Uses 8.9 Appreciating the Benefits of Various Types of Optical Instruments to Mankind CHAPTER 8 : Chemicals In Industry 8.3 Awareness of The Need for Proper Handling Radioactive Substances CHAPTER 7 : Light.7 Light and Chemical Reactions 5.2 Production and Uses of Ammonia in Industry 8.3 The Reactivity Series of Metals 5.4 Applying the Concepts of Reactivity Series of Metals 5.1 Formation of Image 7.CHAPTER 5 : Energy and Chemical Changes 5.2 Formation of Images by Optical Instruments 7.1 Physical and Chemical Changes 5.4 Light Scattering 7.2 Heat Change in Chemical Reaction 5.3 Effects of Industrial Waste Disposal 8. Colour and Sight 7.8 The Importance of Colour in Daily Life 7.2 The Production of Nuclear Energy and Its Uses 6.1 Radioactive Substances 6.5 Addition and Subtractions of Coloured Light 7.8 The Benefits of Chemical Reactions CHAPTER 6 : Nuclear Energy 6.6 Electric Energy From Chemical Reaction 5.5 Electrolysis 5.3 Light Dispersion 7.4 Preservation and Conservation of the Environment Final year examination .

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