Science Study

Health and Disease-
• How do the body systems provide the needs of the cells?
• What are the main organs of each system?
• What do these organs do?
• What are some risk factors for various types of cancer?
• How do cancerous cells differ from normal cells?
• What procedure did you follow in the various practical activities?
• What do we mean by "homeostasis"?
• How does diabetes affect a person's metabolism?
• What is the difference between infectious and non-infectious diseases? State some examples of each.
• List the main types of pathogen.

Science of Disasters-
• What is the internal structure of Earth?
• What is the theory of plate tectonics?
• What is the evidence for it?
• What causes the plates to move?
• Which direction is Australia moving?
• What type of movements occur at plate boundaries?
• What are some consequences of these movements?
• How do cyclones, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions impact on the hydrosphere, atmosphere, lithosphere and biosphere?

Waves and Communication-
• How can we demonstrate that waves carry energy?
• What is the difference between transverse and compression waves?
• Define frequency, wavelength and amplitude and be able to use them to label diagrams.
• What are the main bands of the electromagnetic spectrum?
• Define and give examples of reflection, refraction, and absorbtion.
• What procedures were used to perform experiments on reflection and refraction?
• How is the electromagnetic spectrum used in communication?

Current Electricity-
• what particles make up atoms?
• How are they arranged?
• What are their charges?
• Which of these particles makes up electric currents?
• How do you draw circuit diagrams?
• What are the symbols for common electrical components?
• What is the difference between series and parallel circuits?
• What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?
• How do you calculate the energy used and the cost when using...