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Other Courses CPA COURSES - CLICK HERE TO BROWSE ART:* Using photography * Using photography 2 * Ceramics * Composing artwork * Course structure * Coursework portfolio * How to draw * Drawing * Elements of art * Externally Set Task * Graphic Design * * Analysing an artist's work * Media and techniques * Painting * Photography * Printmaking * Sculpture * Student Gallery * Subject matter * Textiles * Using ICT * Annotating and evaluating your work * Developing ideas * Using resources, media and materials * Recording ideas and observations * Making a personal, informed, and meaningful response * Architecture * Art and the work of artists BUSINESS: * Stakeholders * Economy * Revenue, cost and profit * Financial records * Ethics * What is a business?* Location * Product * Efficiency * and the environment * Cash flow * Communication * Organising staff * Finance * Protecting staff * structure * Quality * The marketing mix * Market research * Production methods * Motivation * Stock control * Aims and objectives * Economies of scale * Promotion * Place * Price * Breaking even * Enterprise * Recruitment * Expanding a business * Sources of finance DESIGN: * Working with systems * Acidity and temperature * Product analysis and evaluation * Electronic calculations * Components * Nutritional properties * Consumers, maintenance and safety * Product analysis and design * Design and market influence * Product design and evaluation * and safety * Social, moral, environmental, and legal issues * Drawing 2: Formal drawing technique * Drawing 1: Sketching, enhancing, shapes and charts * * Environmental and social issues * Graphics product development, evaluation and ICT * Fabrics * Fibres * Functional properties * Graphics media * ICT * Design activities * Integrated circuits * Logic and microcontrollers * Manufacturing processes * Components, joints and adhesives * Materials and components * Materials * Materials * Printing, finishing, paper and card eneering * Mechanisms * packag and labelling * Pneumatics * Industrial practices * Production techniques * product development * Systems and production methods * Production techniques * Production techniques * Social and environmental issues * Societal and moral factors, health and safety * Switches, transistors and relays * Systems and practices * Systems and practices 1 DIDA: * Word processing * Animation * Audio * Bitmap and vector graphics * Multimedia design * Taking photographs * Graphic design * Investigating graphic products * Prototyping and testing * Working with graphics software * Using information sources * Prototyping and testing * Screen-based publications * Paper publications * Presentations * Presenting information * Preparing images for print * Investigating multimedia products * Analysing questionnaire results * Questionnaires * Scanning * Preparing images for screen * Selecting and capturing images * Spreadsheets * Digital photography * Video * Standard ways of working * Web research * Websites DRAMA: * Video player - Use of movement * Annotating a script * Focus on body language * Video player - Characterisation * Character gallery * Documentary Response checklist * Dressing room - costume activity * Costume gallery * Developing detail in your Documentary Response * Video player - Devised performance * Devising drama * Video player - Drama medium * The drama medium * The elements of drama * Explorative strategies * Expression gallery * Drama - Video player - Forum theatre * Documentary Response guidance * Hats, wigs, masks and make-up gallery * Drama - Video player - Hot-seating with cross-cutting * Using images in your Documentary Response * Performing * In-role writing * Introduction to Documentary Response * Making links between stimuli * Evaluating a theatrical performance * Drama - Video player - Marking the moment * Drama - Activity - Music in drama * Drama - Activity - Expressions, emotions and voice * Drama - Video player - Narrating * Introduction to Paper 2: Drama Performance * Drama - Video player - theatre * Drama - Video player - Play scripts * Drama - Video player - Poem * Drama - Video player - Role play with thought-tracking * Role on the wall * Interpreting and stag a scene * Social, cultural and historical factors * Drama - Video player - Scripted performance * The stage * Performance Support option * Drama - Video player - Thought-tracking * Tips for performing and group work ENGLISH: * Writing to inform, explain and describe * Articulation * Body language * Capturing data * Characterisation and voice * Commissioned writing * Content * Writing a controlled assessment * Overview * Understanding different contexts * Writing an exam answer * Overview * Genre, audience, purpose and style * Listening to how we speak * Writing for moving images * What are non-fiction texts?* Overview: non-fiction texts * Writing from personal experience - 'Me, myself and I'* Reading non-fiction texts: questions * Recreations of orial texts * Social change and technology * Speaking and listening tasks * Overview * Themes and ideas * Writing to advise * Writing to argue ENGLISH LITERATURE: * Robert Minhinnick: The Yellow Palm * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Context * Subject * Subject * Subject * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Subject Matter * Subject * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Plot * Subject * Subject * Subject * Subject * Structure * Structure and language * Structure * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Structure * Structure and Language * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Character * Structure and Language * Structure * Structure and Language * Structure * Language * Attitudes and Ideas * Language * Dramatic effect * Dramatic effect * Dramatic effect * Dramatic effect * Dramatic effect * Dramatic effect * Dramatic effect * Language * Attitudes and Ideas * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Attitudes and Ideas * Language * Attitudes and Ideas * Language * Attitudes and Ideas * Comparison * Attitudes and Ideas * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Themes * Attitudes and Ideas * Comparison * Sample question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample question * Sample question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Comparison * Attitudes and Ideas * Comparison * Attitudes and Ideas * Sample question * Language * Language * Language * Language * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample question * Sample question * Sample question * Sample question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample Question * Choman Hardi: At the Border, 1979 * Simon Armitage: A Vision * Ted Hughes: Bayonet Charge * Before You Were Mine * Ciaran on: Belfast Confetti * Norman MacCaig: Below the Green Corrie * Seamus Heaney: The Blackbird of Glanmore * Comparison * Phillip Larkin: Born Yesterday * Jackie Kay: Brendon Gallacher * Andrew Forster: Brothers * UA Fanthorpe: Casehistory: Alison (head injury)* Catrin * Alfred, Lord Tennyson: The Charge of the Light Brigade * John Agard: Checking Out Me History * Comparison * Simon Armitage: Clown Punk * Cold Knap Lake * Stevie Smith: 'Come On, Come Back'* Comparing poems * Character * Context * Dramatic effect * Plot * Sample Question * Digg * Sample Question * Sample Question * Sample Question * The Field Mouse * John Agard: Flag * Wilfred Owen: Futility * Mimi Khalvati: Ghazal * Simon Armitage: Give * Jean Sprackland: Hard Water * Simon Armitage: Harmonium * Ted Hughes: Hawk Roosting * coming * Comparison * Andrew Forster: Horse Whisperer * Carol Ann Duffy: Hour * James Fenton: In Paris with You * 'I've made out a will; I've left myself'* Kid * William Blake: London * Owen Sheers: Mametz Wood * Carol Ann Duffy: Medusa * Robert Browning: My Last Duchess * Gillian Clarke: Neighbours * Vernon Scannell: Nettles * John Betjeman: On a Portrait of a Deaf Man * Percy Bysshe Shelley: Ozymandias * Perch * Jane Weir: Poppies * Grace Nichols: Praise Song for My Mother * Grace Nichols: Price We Pay for the Sun * Carol Ann Duffy: Quickdraw * Stevie Smith: River God * Daljit Nagra: Singh Song!* Christina Geora Rossetti: Sister Maude * Emily Bront├ź: Spellbound * Stealing * Storm on the Island * Margaret Postgate Cole: The Falling Leaves * Charlotte Mew: The Farmer's Bride * Dylan Thomas: The Hunchback in the Park * Simon Armitage: The Manhunt * Margaret Atwood: The Moment * William Wordsworth: The Prelude (extract)* Imtiaz Dharker: The Right Word * Thomas Hardy: The Ruined Maid * WB Yeats: The Wild Swans at Coole * Andrew Marvell: To His Coy Mistress * We Remember Your Childhood Well * Comparison * Ted Hughes: Wind * Writing about poetry FRENCH: * Websites * Work experience abroad * Preparing for the listening exam * Preparing for the reading exam * Preparing for the speaking exam: Conversation * Preparing for the speaking exam: Presentation * Preparing for the speaking exam: Role-Play * Preparing for the writing exam * Using a dictionary * Understanding exam instructions / rubrics * The French alphabet * Checking your writing * French - Adjectives * > French - Adjectives * Agreement - adjectives * At the airport * Christmas * Making comparisons - comparatives and superlatives (regular)* Conditional tense - talking about what would happen, ambitions and intentions * Dates * Demonstrative adjectives - ce, cette, ces * Depuis with the present tense * Direct object pronouns - me, te, le * Conversation: Typical day * Finding the way * Conversation: School * abroad * Conversation: Work * Different jobs * Conversation: and travel * Families * Interview: Leisure activities * School day * Interview: A healthy lifestyle?* Presentation: Summarising into key points * Presentation: Using a variety of tenses * Filling in a form * How to form adverbs * Friendship * Future tense - talking about what will happen * Gender - masculine, feminine * A typical day * Telephone messages * * Getting around * The environment * Employment * Halloween * * abroad * How 'green' are you?* Immediate future tense - talking about the future * Imperative * Imperfect tense - talking about what something was like * Imperfect tense - what something was like * Indefinite adjectives - chaque, quelque * Indirect object pronouns - lui, leur * Interrogative forms - asking and answering questions * Job adverts * Lifestyle and social issues * Future plans * Media * y lifestyle * * Magazines * Negatives - something isn't happening or didn't happen * French - Nouns and articles * Opinions * Penfriends * Perfect infinitives * Perfect tense with avoir - talking about the past * Perfect tense with être - talking about the past * Plurals - more than one * Positioning adjectives * Possessive pronouns - le mien, le tien, le sien * Present participle - en * Present tense - talking about the present * French - Pronouns * Pronouns - y and en * Expressions of quantity * Reflexive verbs * School life * School life * Small ads * Du, de la, de l', des * Stressed pronouns - moi, toi, lui * Subject pronouns - je, tu, il * Summer jobs * Teenagers' problems * Television * Time * Au, ├ƒ┬la, ├ƒ┬l', aux * French - Verbs FRENCH: * The Lost Army of Fu Shi * Games - Kcse Bingo * Games - Destination Death GEOGRAPHY: * Volcanoes and volcanic eruptions * What are resources?* Aid * Avalanches * Biomes * Carbon footprints * Changes in rural areas - LEDCs * Changes in rural areas - MEDCs * Characteristics of industry * Characteristics of rural areas * Classification of rocks * Coastal management * Coastal processes * Coniferous woodland * Case study: conservation and management in the Lake District * Contrasts in development * Controlled assessment in geography * Deciduous woodlands * Depositional landforms * Describing climatic trends * Earthquakes * Ecotourism * Energy * Erosional landforms * Factors influencing development * Farming in rural areas * Fold mountains * Geological time * Glacial deposition landforms * Glacial erosion landforms * The global food industry * Globalisation * Graph skills * Greenhouse effect * Human activity in glaciated areas * Human uses of the desert * Human uses of the savannah * Hurricanes * Industrial change in MEDCs * Industry in MEDCs * Manag population change * Manag rural areas * Map skills * Migration trends * Photos in geography * Population change and structure * Population distribution and density * Processes * Quarrying * Rock types in the British Isles * Savannah grassland * Settlement characteristics * Sustainable energy * Sustainable living * Sustainable resources * Sustainable tourism * Sustainable uses of environments * Tectonic plates * Tourism in an LEDC * Tourism trends * Trade * Tsunamis * Types of migration * Uneven development * Urban models in LEDCs * Urban models in MEDCs * Urbanisation in LEDCs * Urbanisation in MEDCs GERMAN: * Separable * Writing Controlled Assessment * My family * Prepositions and case endings * Buying from a market * Family and pastimes * Family and pastimes * Public signs and notices * ling to Germany * Understanding exam rubric * Daily routine * Finding your way * Mobile phones * Describing where you live * Preparing for the listening exam * town * Postcards * Verbs in the perfect tense * and the local area * Writing a letter of complaint * and travel * Signs and notices at work * Preparing for the reading exam * Daily routine * Daily routine * A life story * abroad * Telephone messages * Weather * Boosting your grade * The world of work * Being environmentally friendly * resort activities * Different jobs * Learning about people * Technology * Technology * Writing about a holiday * and children * and children * Summarising into key points * Finding an email penfriend * Use of tenses * y and unhealthy lifestyles * y and unhealthy lifestyles * Free time activities * Free time activities * Using a dictionary * Adjectives and adjective endings * Adverbs of time, manner and place * Being environmentally friendly * Cases * Comparatives and superlatives * Conjunctions * Problems facing the planet * Definite and indefinite articles * Demonstrative * How to answer questions * Nouns, gender and plurals * Numbers, dates, time and quantities * A past holiday * Personal * Possessive adjectives * Prepositions * Pressures and problems at school * Questions * with family and friends * Relative pronouns: higher * Shopping * Social issues * Speaking Controlled Assessment * Verb placement * Conditional tense: higher * Future tense * Imperfect tense * Impersonal * Infinitive form: higher * Modal * Perfect tense * Pluperfect tense * Present tense * Reflexive HISTORY: * The Yalta and Potsdam conferences * Terence O'Neill * Terence O'Neill * Terence O'Neill 1963-69 * Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association * Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association * Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association * British Army August 1969 * British Army August 1969 * Paramilitaries and Political * Paramilitaries and Political * Suspension of Stormont 1972 * Suspension of Stormont 1972 * Power-sharing and Council of Ireland * Anglo-Irish Agreement * Anglo-Irish Agreement * Anglo-Irish Agreement * The Roaring Twenties * After the Vietnam War * The League of Nations * Assassination at Sarajevo * History * The Berlin Blockade and airlift * The Berlin Wall * Biased sources * The conference and the Big Three * Industry and social change * The development of cattle ranching * Causes of the crisis * Chamberlain and appeasement * Conflict on the Plains * The structures of control in the Nazi state * Who were the cowboys?* Weimar - crisis of 1923 * The Prague Spring * On the day of the exam * The Depression of the 1930s * Renaissance civilisation * Renaissance doctors * Renaissance medical knowledge * Renaissance public health * Renaissance surgery and treatment * Economic policies and benefits * Egyptian civilisation * Egyptian knowledge about the body and disease * Egyptian methods of diagnosis and treatment * Egyptian public health * Egyptian surgery * Electoral reform * The end of the Native American way of life * The Cuban Missile Crisis * Exam Tips * Farmers' problems in the West * The First World War and the February Revolution * The General Strike 1926 * Gold miners * Greek civilisation * Greek knowledge about the body and disease * Greek methods of diagnosis and treatment * Greek public health * Greek surgery * History Makers * History Makers * How Hitler consolidated power 1933-1934 * Hitler's rise to power * The Front during the First World War * How the US got involved * The Hungarian Revolution * Ideological differences - Stalin vs Truman * 19th-century civilisation * 19th-century doctors * 19th-century knowledge about the body and disease * 19th-century public health * 19th-century surgery * The Johnson County War (Wyoming) 1892 * Rise of the Labour Party * Problems of law and order * Lenin and the Bolshevik revolution * The Liberal reforms 1906-1914 * Life in Lenin's Russia * The Battle of the Little Bighorn 1876 * Living and working conditions * Long-term causes of the Russian Revolution * Manchuria and Abyssinia * Medieval civilisation * Medieval doctors * Medieval medical knowledge * Medieval public health * Medieval surgery * Why the Mormons moved to the West * Problems of Mormons as they settled in the West * Moving to the Great Plains * The Munich Putsch 1923 * Native American society * The nature of the cold war 1948-1961 * Nazi beliefs * The Nazi-Soviet Pact * The New Deal * Opinions of Versailles * Opposition * Peaceful co-existence or growing international tension?* Persecution * Population and migration * Prehistoric civilisation * Prehistoric doctors * Prehistoric knowledge about the body and disease * Prehistoric methods of diagnosis and treatment * Prehistoric public health * Prehistoric surgery * Problems in the 1920s * Prohibition and crime * Provisional Government and its problems * Railways * Roman civilisation * Roman doctors * Roman knowledge about the body and disease * Roman methods of diagnosis and treatment * Roman public health * Roman surgery * The outbreak of war * Sources in context * Stalin - collectivisation * Stalin - the Five-year Plans * Stalin - monster or necessary evil?* Stalin - purges and praises * Stalin's takeover of power * Struggle for the Plains * The League's successes and failures * Was the New Deal a success or failure?* The path to war * The 1905 Revolution * The civil war * People and poverty * Terms of the Treaty of Versailles * The war in Vietnam * Time-Line * A time of great change?* The Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan * 20th-century civilisation * 20th-century doctors * 20th-century knowledge about the body and disease * 20th-century methods of diagnosis and treatment * 20th-century public health * 20th-century surgery * The U2 incident and the Paris summit of 1960* Long-term causes of war * The US gets out * Votes for women * The Wall Street Crash and Depression * Was Weimar doomed?* Weimar - strengths and weaknesses * How did the Weimar Republic survive?* The Welfare State * Who was to blame?* Why cattle ranching developed on the Great Plains ICT: * Viruses * Presentation software and web design * Computer control * Data, information and knowledge * Data Protection Act * ICT systems and their usage * Input devices, processing and output devices * The * Moral and social issues * Modelling with spreadsheets * Word processing and desktop publishing * Computer simulation * Computer Misuse Act * Data storage * Email * Graphics software * Implementing a new computer system * Chang lifestyles * Logo * Copyright * Databases and data capture * What is a network?* System flowcharts * Chang work patterns * Applications and programming languages * Data logg * Data validation and verification * and Safety * Operating systems * User interfaces * Data security * Data transfer * Evaluation of software and hardware IRISH: * Town v country * & holidays * Conversation: An Ghaeltacht * Conversation: An Ghaeltacht * Car accident * * Complaint * Daily routine * Eating out * A special event * Fishing accident * The Frankie Kennedy Winter School * * Role play: * Role play: * Role play: * Role play: * and interests * Booking a holiday * * Conversation: * Conversation: * Conversation: life and daily routine * Conversation: life and daily routine * A job application * A letter of complaint * Litter problem in Ireland * Mobile phones * My area * My house * Description of a new friend * Conversation: Part-time work * Conversation: Part-time work * Pen pals * Presentation structure: Peter Canavan * Presentation structure: Peter Canavan 2 * Writing a postcard * A road accident * School and future plans * School and future plans * Conversation: School * Conversation: Self, family and friends * Conversation: Self, family and friends * Role play: Shopping * Role play: Shopping * The Special Olympics * Conversation: Town and countryside * Conversation: Town and countryside MATHS: * Maths - Transformations Activity * Vectors - Higher * 3D shapes - Higher * 3D shapes * Angles - Foundation * Maths * Area and perimeter * Circles - Higher * Tallying, collecting and grouping data * Compound measures * Congruent and similar shapes * Coordinates and bearing * Decimals * Maths Graphs and Translations * Equations with fractions - Higher * Solving equations * Factorising quadratic equations - Higher * Common factors * Factors and multiples * Chang the subject of a formula - Higher * Using formulae * Converting fractions, decimals and percentages * Multiplication and division of mixed numbers - Higher * Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division - Foundation * Fraction basics * mATHS * Cubic graphs and graphs of circles - Higher * Further trigonometry - Higher * Parallel and perpendicular lines - Higher * Basic skills * Index notation * More than one inequality - Higher * Symbols, solving inequalities and graphs * Line segments - Higher * Loci * mATHS * Discrete and continuous measurements * Mean, mode and median * Converting measurements * Long multiplication and division * Negative numbers * Order of operation * Parallel lines * Percentages - Higher * Percentages * Polygons * Powers and roots - Higher * Powers and roots - Foundation * Prime factors - Higher * Prime factors - Foundation * Probability * Maths * Probability - Higher * Graphs and proportion - Higher * Pythagoras * Solving and using quadratic equations - Higher * Questionnaires * Ratios * Maths Recognising Sequences * Pie charts and frequency diagrams * Line graphs, frequency polygons and stem and leaf diagrams * Inter-quartile range, cumulative frequency, box and whisker plots - Higher * Rounding and estimating * Scatter diagrams * Quadratic sequences * Recognising sequences * Simultaneous equations - Higher * Maths Factorising quadratics * Maths Powers * Maths Surds * Surds - Higher * Re-arrang symbols * Transformations * Transformation and enlargements - Higher * Transformations * Trial and improvement * Maths Trigonometry * Trigonometry - Higher MUSIC: * The sonata * Texture * Baroque orchestral music * Celtic rock * Chamber music * Chopin - Prelude No. 15, Op.28 * The concerto * Film music * Gamelan music * Group dance * Harmony and tonality * Improvised dance * Instrumentation * Jazz * Melody * Sampling * Mozart - Symphony No. 40: movement 1 * African music * Music of the Caribbean * Music of India * Musical theatre * Music for voices * Notation * Paired dance * Performance * Popular music of the 1960s * Programme music * R 'n' B, Hip-hop * Minimalism * Rhythm and metre * Rock music * Expressionism PE: * Age, psychological factors and technology (AQA)* Officials and sports leaders * The circulatory system * and fitness * Factors affecting individual performance and participation * Nutrition * Prevention of injury * Observation and analysis * The respiratory system * Principles and methods of training * Social and cultural factors affecting participation * Drugs in sport * Causes and types of injury * Motivation and training skills, tactics and strategies * The skeleton, bones and joints * Effects of exercise and training * Personal hygiene * Treating sports injuries * Muscles and movement RELIGIOUS STUDIES: * Sikhism: marriage and divorce * How can we know if there is something we call * Christianity: contraception and abortion * Christianity: beliefs about life after death * Christianity: concern for others * Christianity: death rites * Christianity: drugs * Christianity: euthanasia * Christianity: good and evil * Christianity: beliefs about love and sex * Christianity: marriage and divorce * Christianity: revelation * Christianity: beliefs about creation and evolution * Christian: prejudice and discrimination * Christianity: attitudes towards fighting and warfare * Christianity: poverty and wealth * Christianity: beliefs about care of the planet * Hinduism: contraception and abortion * Hinduism: concern for others * Hinduism: drugs * Hinduism: euthanasia * Hinduism: good and evil * Hinduism: beliefs about love and sex * Hinduism: marriage and divorce * Hinduism: beliefs about life after death * Hinduism: death rites * Hinduism: beliefs about creation and evolution * Hinduism: poverty and wealth * Hinduism: prejudice and discrimination * Hinduism: attitudes towards fighting and warfare * Hinduism: beliefs about God * Hinduism: revelation * Hinduism: beliefs about care of the planet * Islam: contraception and abortion * Islam: beliefs about creation and evolution * Islam: concern for others * Islam: euthanasia * Islam: good and evil * Islam: beliefs about life after death * Islam: death rites * Islam: poverty and wealth * Islam: prejudice and discrimination * Islam: attitudes towards fighting and warfare * Islam: beliefs about god * Islam: beliefs about love and sex * Islam: marriage and divorce * Islam: revelation * Islam: beliefs about care of the planet * Judaism: contraception and abortion * Judaism: beliefs about creation and evolution * Judaism: concern for others * Judaism: poverty and wealth * Judaism: prejudice and discrimination * Judaism: attitudes towards fighting and warfare * Judaism: beliefs about G-d * Judaism: revelation * Judaism: death rites * Judaism: drugs * Judaism: euthanasia * Judaism: good and evil * Judaism: beliefs about love and sex * Judaism: marriage and divorce * Judaism: beliefs about care of the planet * Just war theory * Knowledge, faith and belief * Sikhism: good and evil * Sikhism: contraception and abortion * Sikhism: beliefs about creation and evolution * Sikhism: concern for others * Sikhism: death rites * Sikhism: drugs * Sikhism: euthanasia * Sikhism: prejudice and discrimination * Sikhism: attitudes towards fighting and warfare * Sikhism: poverty and wealth * Sikhism: beliefs about love and sex * Sikhism: revelation * Sikhism: beliefs about care of the planet SCIENCE: * Work and power * Ecology and grouping organisms * Fitness and respiration * Fundamental chemical concepts * Heating houses * Collecting energy from the Sun * Cooking * Photosynthesis and respiration * Keeping homes warm, and how insulation works * Paints and pigments * Diet and digestion * Compete or die * Construction materials * The electromagnetic spectrum * additives * Generating electricity * Keeping healthy * Adapt to fit * The Earth's structure * Fuels for power * Infrared signals * Your senses and nervous system * Smells * Making crude oil useful * Drugs and you * Metals and alloys * Nuclear radiation * Natural selection and evolution * Wireless signals * for scrap * Light * Our magnetic field * Making polymers * Population and sustainability * ostasis and hormones * The Earth's atmosphere * Designer polymers * Gene control * Exploring our solar system * Earthquakes and global warming * Collision theory and rates of reaction * Threats to Earth * Using carbon fuels * Who am I? - Characteristics and inheritance * The Big Bang * Energy * Chang speed * Ideas in context - chemistry * Acids and bases * Acids, neutralisation and salts * Acids and alkalis * Acids, bases and salts * Acids and bases * Adaptations * Advances in electrical devices * Air and molecular compounds * Air pollution data (Ideas about science)* fear over new airport scanners * Alkenes * Making ammonia Ô€“ the Haber process * Analysing substances * An introduction to waves * Antibiotics and drug testing * Antibiotics and drug testing * Chemicals in the atmosphere * Percentage yield and atom economy * Atomic structure * Atomic structure * Atomic structure * Atoms and isotopes * Atomic structure * Atomic structure * Background radiation * Batch and continuous processing * Benefits and risks * Benefits and risks * The Big Bang * Biological compounds * The importance of biodiversity * Blood * Maintaining body temperature * Buildings * Calcium carbonate * Calcium carbonate * Calculations and titrations * Using carbon fuels * Cell division * Cell division * Cell reproduction: mitosis and meiosis * What's in a cell?* Cells and simple cell transport * Changes to the Earth and its atmosphere * How the Earth is chang * ´╗┐Chang speed * Characteristics and classification * Charge, current and power * Chemical calculations - both Tiers * Chemical calculations * Fundamental chemical concepts * Chemical reactions and pollutants * Chemical equations * Chemical reactions * Chemicals in the air * Chemicals in the air * Useful chemicals from crude oil * Choosing energy sources * Circuits * The circulatory system * Classification * Clean air * Cloning and stem cells * Cloning * Cloning and stem cells * Comparing farming methods (Ideas about science)* Complex behaviour * Covalent compounds * Ideas in context - biology * Conservation of mass * Construction materials * Continental drift * Controlling plant growth * Control in plants * Control in the human body * Controlling plant growth * Cooking and communication using waves * Cooking food and additives * Covalent bonding * Covalent bonding * Covalent bonding * Crude oil and its uses * Making crude oil useful * Separating crude oil * Crumple zones * Size of a current * Damage to the environment * Data transmission * Decay * Defending against infection * Describing motion * Designer polymers * Detergents * How organisms develop * Diabetes * Diabetes risk and benefit (Ideas about science)* Diet and exercise * Human health and diet * Different substances and their properties * Diffusion and osmosis * Digestion * Digestion and synthesis * ´╗┐Disease and resistance * Disease and resistance * Distribution of organisms * DNA and cell division * ´╗┐DNA and enzymes * DNA * Drugs and you * Drugs and health * Drugs * The Earth's sea and atmosphere * Earth, stars, galaxies and space * The structure of the Earth * The Earth and space * The Earth's atmosphere * The Earth's crust * Ecology in the local environment * Electrical quantities * Electrical appliances * Electric current * Electric motors * Electrolysis * Electromagnetic radiation * Electromagnetic radiation * The electromagnetic spectrum * The electromagnetic spectrum * Electrons * Electrostatics - sparks * Uses of electrostatics * Properties and reactions of elements * Collecting energy from the Sun * Heat transfer and efficiency * Energy changes in reactions * chains * Energy in biomass * Energy * Heat transfer and efficiency * Environmental change * Responding to environmental changes * Enzymes and digestion * Enzymes * The evolution of hormones and the nervous system * Evolution * Energy changes and reversible reactions * Exploring space * Extracting metals * Extraction of metals * Farming methods * Farming * Fertilisers and crop yields * Fertilizers and crop yield * Fieldwork techniques * Nuclear fission and fusion * Nuclear fission * Fitness and health * additives * and drink * chains and cycles * Force, mass and acceleration * Forces and motion * Forces and braking * Forces and elasticity * Forces and energy * Forces and motion * Forces and terminal velocity * Forensic science * Fuels for power * Fuels * Elements, compounds and chemical equations * General properties of waves * Generating electricity * Generating electricity * Genes and inheritance * Genes and Inheritance * Testing and treating genetic diseases * Genetic variation and genetic disorders * Testing and treating genetic diseases * Global warming * Gravity, force and weight * Group 1 and group 7 elements * Alkali metals * The Halogens * Groups in the periodic table * Growth in plants and humans * Controlling growth and development * Growth and development * Growth * Sources of harmful chemicals * Keeping a healthy balance * Heart disease * Heart disease * Heating houses * Energy transfer by heating * Heat transfer and efficiency * ostasis * What is homeostasis?* Hormones * Household electricity * How humans learn * Humans and the environment * Hydrocarbons as fuels * The hydrosphere * Ideas about the Solar System * Improving air quality * Improving air quality * Infectious disease * How information is passed through the nervous system * Inheritance * Inheritance * Interdependence * An introduction to waves * Ionic bonding * Analysis of ionic compounds * Ionic bonding * Ionic compounds * Ionic bonding * Ions, formulae and properties * Keeping homes warm * Kinetic energy and momentum * Leaves and photosynthesis * Life cycles of stars * Light and lasers * Why do scientists think light and sound are waves?* Limestone * The lithosphere * Mains electricity * Mains electricity * How is mains electricity produced?* Making cars * Making polymers * Making life cycle assessments * Making salts * Manufacture and use of chemicals * Measuring properties of materials * Measuring pollutants (Ideas about science)* Measuring properties (Ideas about science)* The brain and memory * Metal properties * Metals and alloys * Metal structures and their properties * Minerals in Britain * Mitosis and meiosis * Molecular structure and properties * Molecules of life * Momentum * Forces and motion * Blood circulation * Nanochemistry * Nanotechnology * Natural selection * Natural polymers * The nervous system * The nervous system * Producing new cells * Nitrogen dioxide danger * Nuclear radiations * Nuclear fission and fusion * Nuclear radiation * Obtaining and using metals * Oil refining and fuels * Old and new species * Organisms in their environment * Organs in animals * Organs in plants * Oris of the Universe * Paints and pigments * Parallel and series circuits * Explaining patterns * Atoms and the periodic table * Photosynthesis * Planets, stars and galaxies * How plants make food * Plants need minerals * Plant oils and food additives * Plants * Transport in plants * Pollution * Polymers and ethanol * Polymers and ethanol from oil * Population and pollution * Populations and pyramids * Preparing gases and testing for them * Producing electricity * Producing electricity * Proteins and mutations * Quantitative chemistry * Problems with radioactivity * Radioactive substances * Uses of radioactivity * What is radioactivity?* Uses of radioisotopes * Rate of reaction * Rates of reaction * Reaction masses * Rate of reaction 1:Reaction times and rates * Rate of reaction 2: Reaction rate and chang conditions * Rate of reaction 3 : Explosions and catalysts * Chemical reactions in living things * The carbon and nitrogen cycles * Red-shift * Reflex actions * Reflex responses * Representing motion * Reproduction and cloning * Reproduction and cloning * Resistance * Respiration * Resultant forces * Reversible reactions * Rocks and minerals * Electrical circuits * Safe handling of radioactive materials * Safe use and handling of radioactive materials * Safety and sustainability * The importance of salt * Ideas in context - physics * Seismic waves * Seismic waves * Sending information * Cell division * How organisms develop from a single cell * Smart materials * Smells * The chemistry of sodium chloride * Sound and light * Sound, ultrasound and seismic waves * Sources of air pollution * Sparks * How species depend on each other * Spectra * A spectrum of waves * Speed * Stable Earth * Stars and galaxies * Static electricity * Static * Staying healthy * Staying in balance * Structure of materials * Structure, properties and uses * Sustainability * Protein synthesis * Stages and techniques * Telescopes * The electromagnetic spectrum * The carbon cycle * The cost of 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