Textbook ( pg: 20, 21, 22)

Date Time Scope : : : 23 / 5 /07 Paper 1 ( 1:20 – 2:20) Paper 2 ( 2:25 -- 3:55) Chapter 1 – Chapter 4
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Workbook (pg: 54 — 65) (pg: 1 — 40)

Chapter 2 (cell) & Chapter 3 (matter) Ujian Formatif 2 ( Test Paper)
Workbook (pg:11, 16, 29, 30, 31, 54 — 65)

Mid-Year Exam Answers
1a) P = Cytoplasm Q = Nucleus R = Cell membrane Animal Cell P = Place where chemical reaction take place Q = Control cell activity R = Control substances moving in or out of cell

1b) 1c)

2a) P = Red blood cell Q = Nerve Cell R = Muscle cell 2b) Cell is the basic unit of all living thing 2c) P = transport oxygen throughout the body Q = carry massage throughout the body R = Allow movement of the body parts .

3a) Water displacement method 3b (i) Initial reading = 40 cm3 (ii) Final reading = 45 cm3 3c) Volume of the copper block 45 – 40 = 5 cm3 3d) Density = 45g / 5 cm3 = 9 g/cm3 .

4a) X = Solid Y = Liquid Z = Gas 4b) 4c) (i) arrangement of particles distance between particles space between particles movement of particles .

5a) X = Tissue Y = System Z = Organism 5b) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (V) (vi) (vii) (x) (xi) skeletal system digestive system nervous system blood circulatory system respiratory system muscular system excretory system reproduction system endocrine system .

organs and systems which enable several functions to be carried out at the same time .5c (i) Human beings have cell specialization which enables functions to be carried out efficiently (ii) Cells are organised into tissue.

17 cm3 .67 g 21.6a (i) Volume of the nails : water displacement method Mass of the nails: Lever balance (ii) The mass of a single nails is small and cannot be measured accurately 6b (i) Average 167.

6b (ii) Density of the iron nails : = mass of nail volume of nail = 167.17 cm3 = 7.7 g 21.9 g/cm3 .

6c) A Ship contains a large volume of air. The density of the ship is hence less than sea water and ships floats . The mass makes the total volume of the ship bigger than the volume of the iron use to make it.

7a) P: Has flagella Has nucleus Has cell membrane Has cytoplasm Has chloroplast Q : Has nucleus Has cell membrane Has cytoplasm .

7a) R: Has nucleus Has cell membrane Has cytoplasm S : Has nucleus Has cell membrane Has cytoplasm Has cilium .

7 (c) P. Q. S Has cilium No cilium Paramecium Yeast Chlamydomonas Amoeba . R.

5 2.8a) Time taken for one swing (s) 0.5 1.0 .

8b) Control Type of spring variable Manipulated Mass of metal block variable Responding Period of one swing variable .

8c) (i) The larger the mass of metal block. the longer the period of swing 8d) 8e) (i) Period of one swing depend on mass of the metal blocks (ii) The mass of metal block affect the period of spring swing .



Compounds and Mixture 4.4.4 The Importance of Earth’s Resources .3 Metals And Non-metals 4.1 The Resources On Earth 4.2 Elements.

groundwater outer layer of Earth substance got from the earth by mining 3. rivers. Air (udara) = 2. Soil (tanah) = 4. rain. Minerals = .GLOSSARY 1. Water (air) = mixture of gases seas. lakes.

Fossil Fuel (bahan api) = petroleum. coal (arang batu) 6. Elements = made up of only 1 type of particle . animals. Living Things (benda hidup) = plants.5. human 7.

Mixture = 10. Compound = made up of 2 or more types of particle that are chemically combined substance made up of 2 or more types of particles that are physically combined 9.8. clorin . gold. iron 11. Metal (logam) = aluminium. Non-metal (bukan logam) = carbon.

4.1 The Resources On Earth RESOURCES Air Water Soil Minerals Fossil Fuel Living Things Sustain Life (hidup) .

No Resources What Is It ? The Importance a) b) c) d) 1 Air mixture of gases  oxygen  carbon dioxide.  nitrogen  inert gases Respiration Combustion Fertilizer photosynthesis .

transport oxygen Earth’s surface .washing .exchange of ii) Sources: gases .excretion .2 water i) Covers a total of 1) Chemical reaction in the body about ¾ of the .oceans seas rivers lakes rain groundwater 2) Daily activities .cooking .

3) Industries .transportation .germination of seeds .tin mining 4) Plants .generating electric .transpiration (cooling plants) .photosynthesis .

3 soil i) Outer layer of 1) Habitat for many Earth plants and animals ii) Only 15% on 2) Agriculture (pertanian) earth is soil 3) Construction of building iii) Contains : .humus .air .minerals .water .

metal ore (gold) 3) Jewellery .4 Minerals i) Solid inorganic substances that occur naturally in the earth 1) Household items 2) Buildings ii) Examples: .gems (diamonds) lead .non-metallic minerals (graphite) 5) Pencil .radioactive element (uranium) 4) Generate electricity .

5 Fossil i) Formed from 1) Used as fuel the remains of Fuels animals and 2) Plastic products plants that died millions of 3) Generating years ago electricity ii) Examples: .natural gas .coal .petroleum .

6 Living i) Plants Things ii) animals i) Foods ii) Building materials iii) Clothing iv) Fuel v) medicine .

HOMEWORK Textbook Exercise 4.1 (pg 25) .

COMPOUNDS & MIXTURES ELEMENTS 1 Substance made up of only 1 type of particle COMPOUNDS Substance made up of two or more types of particles that are chemically combined MIXTURES Substance made up of two or more types of particles that are physically combined .ELEMENTS.

electrolysis 1. Magnet 6. sieving . Separating funnel 5. Filtration 2. Evaporation 3.2 Cannot be broken down into simpler substances 3 Can be broken down into simpler substances by chemical methods Can be easily separated into its components by physical methods Chemical methods: physical methods: 1. Distillation 4.

Carbon 2. Salt solution 6. Copper 1. Batter pg: 28 pg: 26 pg: 27 . Sugar 3. Blood 2. Coffee 5.4 Examples: Examples: 1. Soil 3. Gold 4. Salt 2. Air 4. Sulphur 6. Sugar solution 7. Iron 3. Rust 5. Sand 4. Aluminium Examples: 1.

HOMEWORK Textbook Exercise 4.2 (pg 37) Question 1 and 2 .



ELEMENTS METALS 1 Physical State At Room Temperature NONMETALS Solid. Liquid or Gaseous Usually solid (except mercury) 2 Conductivity of heat Good Poor .

Break easily .3 Conductivity of electricity 4 Appearance 5 Melting points 6 Hardness Good Shiny Poor Dull High Malleable: Can be beaten into desired shapes without breaking Low Brittle .

7 Examples Ductile: .Snap Can be pulled into easily wires Aluminium Hydrogen Iron Helium Copper Carbon Tin Sulphur Silver Iodine Gold Diamond Mercury .

wastage or damage .PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION OF EARTH’S RESOURSE 1. Preservation Efforts to maintain natural resources in their original state or in good condition 2. Conservation Sustainable use and management of natural resources so as to prevent loss.

The importance of conserving and preserving Earth’s resources to prevent: .damage to the balance and beauty of nature .health problem .the extinction of species .loss of our economic resources .3.the destruction of the environment .natural disasters .

Efforts in preservation: . Recycle .reforestation .national parks .practice 3R→Reduce.forest reserves .4.marine parks 5. Ways to reduce pollution on Earth’s resources: . Reuse.use unleaded petrol .

6 . 5. 4.HOMEWORK Textbook Exercise 4.2 (pg 38) Question 3.

HOMEWORK Textbook Exercise 4.2 (pg 38) Question 3 and 4 .

2 (pg 38) Question 5 and 6 .HOMEWORK Textbook Exercise 4.

HOMEWORK Textbook Exercise 4.3 (pg 47) .