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Maths - 127

Science - 80

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489 | 210 | 1288 | 313 |

Tables of Contents:

Maths

- Calculating with Decimals
- Comparing and Ordering Decimals
- Comparing Decimals
- Converting Fractions to Repeating Decimals
- Integers
- Multiplying and Dividing by 0.1 and 0.01
- Operations with Integers
- Powers of Ten with Integer Exponents
- Powers, Roots, and Scientific Notation
- Prime Factorization, GCF, and LCM
- Prime Factorization, the GCF, and the LCD
- Rounding Decimals
- Rounding Decimals and Accuracy
- Rounding Numbers
- Terminating and Repeating Decimals
- Triangular Numbers, Squares, and Square Roots

- Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Applying Ratios and Proportions
- Exploring Fractions
- Exploring Percent
- Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
- Multiplying and Dividing Integers by Fractions
- Operations Involving Fractions and Decimals
- Order of Operations
- Percent Increase and Decrease
- Ratios and Proportions
- Scale Drawings and Maps
- Solving Ratio and Proportion Applications

- Exploring Quadratic Equations
- Linear Equations and Their Graphs
- Monomials and Combining Like Monomials
- Multiplying Linear Expressions
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
- Simplifying and Factoring Expressions
- Solving Linear and Non-Linear Equations
- Solving Multi-Step Equations
- Substituting Values into Formulas
- Using Formulas and Exploring Binomials
- Writing an Equation to Solve Word Problems
- Writing and Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
- Writing and Solving Equations
- Writing and Solving Simple Equations

- Finding Terms and Sums of Sequences
- Formulas for Arithmetic Sequences
- Functions
- Generating Sequences from Rules
- Graphing Linear Functions
- Graphs of Linear Functions
- Inverse Linear Functions
- Line and Distance vs Time Graphs
- Rules and Graphs of Linear Functions
- Sequences
- Sequences with Term Numbers
- Solving Applications with Linear Functions
- The nth Term of an Arithmetic Sequence
- Working with Variables
- Writing Real-World Functions

- Angles and Angles in Polygons
- Angles Formed by Two Lines and a Transversal
- Angles in Triangles
- Angles in Triangles and Polygons
- Circles and Inscribed Polygons
- Constructions Based on Angles
- Exploring Two-Dimensional Figures
- Identifying Congruent Triangles
- Interior and Exterior Angles in Polygons
- Lines, Angles, Circles, and Disks
- Parallel Lines, Perpendicular Lines, and Angle Measures
- Properties of Polygons
- Straightedge-and-Compass Constructions
- Symmetry and Congruence

- Combining Transformations
- Enlarging a Shape
- Exploring Shapes Built from Cubes
- Faces and Edges of Polyhedrons
- Introducing Vectors
- Position and Coordinate Systems
- Prisms
- The Cartesian Coordinate System
- Three-Dimensional Figures
- Transformations
- Transformations of Figures
- Using Technology to Draw Shapes

- Areas of Polygons
- Circles: Circumference, Diameter, and Pi
- Circular Areas
- Converting Metric Units of Area and Volume
- Distance on Speed vs Time Graphs
- Finding Surface Area and Volume
- Measuring Length and Area
- Metric Units of Length and Area
- Perimeter and Area
- Solving Geometric Word Problems
- Surface Area
- Surface Area and Volume of Prisms
- Using the Coordinate Plane to Solve Problems

- Comparing Two Sets of Data
- Displaying Data with Graphs
- Frequency and Relative Frequency
- Mean, Median, Mode, and Range
- Measures of Central Tendency
- More on Mean, Median, Mode, and Range
- Organizing Data
- Reading Graphs and Misleading Graphs
- Reading Tables and Graphs
- Scatter Plots and Lines of Best Fit
- Secondary Data
- Visualizing and Organizing Data
- Working with Surveys and Survey Data

- Experimental and Theoretical Probability
- Foundations of Probability
- Probability of Events and Their Complements
- Probability of Simple Events
- Probability With and Without Replacements
- The Language of Probability

- Money Math Using Euros
- Solving Distance, Rate, and Time Problems
- Solving Problems Step by Step
- Solving Word Problems
- Using Visual Aids to Solve Problems
- Work, Rate, and Divisibility Problems

- Doing Arithmetic Using Written Skills
- Fractions, Decimals, and Percents with Mental Math
- Solving Applied Problems with a Calculator
- Solving Arithmetic Problems with a Calculator
- Solving Arithmetic Problems with Writing
- Using a Calculator with Parentheses

Science

- Animal and Plant Cells
- Human Organ Systems
- Life Processes
- Specialized Cells
- Structure of Flowering Plants

- Absorption and Waste
- Adolescence
- Breathing
- Development of the Fetus
- Digestion
- Drugs and Health
- Fighting Disease
- Human Reproduction
- Human Respiration
- Nutrition
- Smoking
- The Skeleton and Movement

- Factors Affecting Photosynthesis
- Photosynthesis and Food Production
- Plant Growth
- Respiration in Plants

- Causes of Variation
- Classification
- Inheritance
- Variation

- Adaptation
- Food Chains
- Food Webs
- Habitats
- Survival
- Sustainable Development

- Compounds
- Elements
- Mixtures
- Naming Compounds
- Particle Theory
- Physical Changes
- Properties of Metals
- Properties of Non-Metals
- Separating Mixtures
- Solids, Liquids, and Gases

- Chemical Reactions
- Geological Changes
- Physical Changes in Materials
- Rock Formation
- Solutions
- The Effects of Combustion

- Acid Reactions
- Acids and Bases
- Displacement Reactions
- Neutralization
- The Reactivity of Metals

- Electric Current
- Electrical Circuits
- Electromagnets
- Magnets
- Series and Parallel Circuits

- Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
- Force and Rotation
- Friction
- Pressure
- Speed
- Torque
- Weight

- Color
- Hearing
- Light
- Reflection
- Refraction
- Sound

- Satellites
- The Night Sky
- The Rotating Earth
- The Solar System

- Energy Conservation
- Energy Resources
- Generating Electricity
- Heat and Temperature
- The Sun’s Energy
- Transfer of Energy

Example Lessons

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Maths - 137

Physics - 111

Biology - 101

Chemistry - 99

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Films & Animations | Simulations | Illustrations | Photos & Slideshows |
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897 | 609 | 320 | 103 |

746 | 352 | 874 | 528 |

413 | 144 | 655 | 1171 |

1058 | 175 | 525 | 1118 |

Tables of Contents:

Maths

- Integers
- Divisibility
- Prime factor decomposition
- Fractions
- Operations on fractions
- Decimals
- Decimals and fractions
- General division
- Powers and roots
- Standard index form
- Use of a calculator

- Triangles
- Congruence of triangles
- Quadrilaterals and their properties
- Polygons and regular polygons
- Coordinates
- Symmetry
- Translations, reflections, rotations
- Enlargements
- Similarity
- Similarity – solving problems

- Algebraic expressions
- Multiplying out the brackets
- Multiplication formulas
- Factorisation (by grouping)
- Factorisation (other methods)
- More factorisation

- Solving equations involving algebraic fractions
- Changing the subject of the formula

- Mathematical statements
- Deductive reasoning
- Understanding the theorem
- Problem solving
- Problem assumptions

- Sets

- Problem specification
- Sampling
- Representing data
- Measures of central tendency – the arithmetic mean
- Measures of central tendency – the mode, the median
- Measures of variability (1)
- Measures of variability (2)
- Cumulative frequency curve
- Skewness
- Case study (1)
- Case study (2)

- Pythagorean theorem
- Application of the Pythagorean theorem in 2-D
- Application of the Pythagorean theorem in 3-D
- Ruler-and-compass constructions, locus (1)
- Ruler-and-compass constructions, locus (2)

- The circle
- Circle theorems
- Inscribed and central angles
- Equation of a circle
- Mutual position of two circles
- Mutual position of a line and a circle
- Circles inscribed and circumscribed
- Solving problems involving circles

- Percentages
- Solving problems involving percentages
- Repeated percentage change

- Looking for the pattern
- Finding the nth term of a sequence

- Ratios
- Proportions
- Direct proportion
- Inverse proportion
- Rates of change

- Trigonometric ratios in a right-angled triangle
- Solving problems involving trigonometric ratios
- Trigonometry of a general angle
- Properties of trigonometric functions of a general angle (1)
- Properties of trigonometric functions of a general angle (2)
- Graphs of trigonometric functions
- Use of a calculator

- Random processes
- Counting problems
- Classical concept of probability (1)
- Classical concept of probability (2)
- The set of possible outcomes
- Mutually exclusive events
- Independent events (1)
- Independent events (2)
- Solving simple problems in probability

- A function and its graph
- Equation of a straight line
- Linear function
- Quadratic function (1)
- Quadratic function (2)
- Other functions
- Graphs and real-life situations

- Measuring (1)
- Measuring (2)
- Areas of plane shapes (1)
- Areas of plane shapes (2)
- Volume and surface area of prisms
- Volume and surface area of pyramids
- Volume and surface area of cylinders and spheres
- Volume and surface area of cones
- Volumes of similar solids

- Linear equations, solving linear equations
- Solving simultaneous linear equations (1)
- Solving simultaneous linear equations (2)
- Solving problems involving simultaneous equations
- Solving quadratic equations
- The quadratic formula
- Solving problems involving quadratic equations (1)
- Solving problems involving quadratic equations (2)
- Solving equations by trial and error (1)
- Solving equations by trial and error (2)

- Inequalities (1)
- Inequalities (2)

- Powers, roots and indices
- Irrational numbers

- Vectors
- Operations on vectors
- Scalar multiple
- Applications of vectors

- Sampling techniques
- Regression line
- Correlation
- Analysing and comparing sets of data
- Using probability to analyse random events

- Trigonometric equations (1)
- Trigonometric equations (2)
- The sine formula for the area of a triangle
- Solving problems involving trigonometric equations
- Pythagorean theorem and trigonometry in 3-D

- Transforming graphs of various functions
- Transforming graphs of trigonometric functions (1)
- Transforming graphs of trigonometric functions (2)
- Using graphs (1)
- Using graphs (2)
- Graphs of simple loci
- Area under a curve
- Tangents to graphs

Physics

- Forces
- Addition of forces
- Force measurement
- The moment of a force
- Equilibrium
- Levers and pulleys

- Displacement, distance and velocity
- Acceleration
- Graphs of motion
- Accelerating motion
- Curvilinear motion

- Force and acceleration
- Momentum
- Inertia
- Friction
- Air resistance
- The force of reaction

- Work
- Potential energy
- Kinetic energy
- Energy conversions
- Power
- Efficiency

- Gravitation
- Free fall
- Space flights
- Satellites

- Gases, liquids and solids
- Properties of matter
- Density
- Temperature
- Thermal expansion
- Expansion of gases

- Pressure
- Pressure of a liquid
- Air pressure
- Gas laws
- Buoyant force
- Floating bodies

- Specific heat
- Thermal transfer
- Melting and freezing
- Evaporation and condensation
- Sources of heat
- Efficiency and economy

- Charging objects
- Conductors and insulators
- Capacitors
- Application of static electricity and the threats it poses

- Cells and batteries
- Electric current
- Ohm’s Law
- Direct current circuit
- Variable resistors and nonlinear resistors
- Work and power of current

- Magnetic field
- Electromagnets
- Electromagnetic force
- Electric motor
- CRT and an oscilloscope

- Electromagnetic induction
- Alternating current and a generator
- Transformer
- Transfer of electrical energy
- Current in a household
- Electric energy and methods of energy saving

- Diode
- Power supply units and rectifiers
- Light and current
- Transistor
- Logic gates
- Digital systems

- Oscillations
- Resonance
- Mechanical waves
- Reflection and refraction of waves
- Seismic waves
- Diffraction and interference of mechanical waves

- Sound
- Infrasound and ultrasound
- Interference of sound waves
- Sounds in music
- Sound intensity
- Doppler effect

- Electromagnetic waves
- Laser
- Diffraction and interference
- The ranges of electromagnetic waves
- Threats related to electromagnetic waves
- Application of waves for communication

- Reflection of light
- Spherical mirrors
- Refraction of light
- A lens
- Optical instruments
- The eye
- Colours

- Structure of an atom
- Nuclear radiation
- Decay Law
- Affect of radiation on live organisms
- Application of radioactivity
- Nuclear fission
- Nuclear energy
- Nuclear fusion

- The Solar System
- The Moon
- Eclipses
- The structure and the evolution of stars
- Galaxies
- The Universe

Biology

- Structure of plant and animal cells
- Microscopes and the size of cells
- Chemical composition of cells
- The nucleus as a store of genetic material
- Cell division
- Cell specialization
- Transport across membranes
- Metabolic transformations in a cell
- Plant tissues
- Animal tissues

- Classification of organisms
- Prokaryotes, protists and fungi
- Plants
- Invertebrates
- Reproduction in invertebrates
- Vertebrates
- Reproduction in vertebrates
- Viruses

- Blood
- Blood Vessels
- Blood groups and the Rhesus factor
- The circulatory system
- Effects of physical effort on the functioning of the circulatory system
- Risk factors for heart attack

- Nutrients
- The human alimentary canal
- Digestion
- Absorption

- The respiratory system
- Cellular respiration and energy production

- The nervous system as a receptor of environmental stimuli
- Nervous system
- The peripheral nervous system
- Reflex responses of the nervous system
- Sensory organs
- The eye and the ear

- Hormones and endocrine glands
- Hormonal regulation of metabolic processes
- Sex hormones

- The skeletal system
- Skeletal muscles

- Homeostasis
- Regulation of the amount and composition of systemic fluids by the kidneys
- Thermoregulation

- The reproductive system
- Development of the human embryo

- The human immune system
- Vaccinations
- Bacterial diseases
- Viral diseases
- Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
- Antiseptics and antibiotics
- Parasitic diseases
- Effects of drugs, cigarettes and alcohol on the organism

- Photosynthesis
- Mineral nutrition in plants
- Crop production
- Carnivorous plants

- Plant reproduction
- Seed germination and plant growth

- Water transport in plants
- Transport and accumulation of organic substances in plants
- Responsiveness and plant movements

- Variation of organisms
- Reproduction and variation
- Mutations as a source of variation in organisms

- Heredity according to Mendel
- The principles of sex inheritance in humans
- The chromosomal theory of inheritance
- Genetic diseases
- Inheritance of blood groups in humans
- Nucleic acids
- The gene as a structural and functional unit of DNA
- Mutations as changes in DNA

- The origin of life on Earth
- Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution
- Laws of evolution and speciation
- The history of life on Earth
- Human evolution

- Bacterial growth
- Protecting food from spoilage
- Biotechnology past and present
- Industrial uses of bacteria

- Genetic engineering and its applications in biotechnology
- Other applications of genetic engineering
- Genetic modification of organisms

- The individual and the population
- Competition. Predation
- Symbiosis
- Life on land
- Life in water
- Adaptations of organisms to the environment
- Different modes of feeding in mammals
- Humans and environment
- Environmental pollution
- The greenhouse effect and the ozone hole
- Conservation of natural resources

- Ecosystem
- Food chains
- Information in nature
- Biogeochemical cycles

Chemistry

- Basic properties of matter
- Gases
- Liquids
- Solids
- Changes of state
- Physical changes accompanying heating and cooling
- Diffusion and dissolving
- Gas laws. Part I
- Gas laws. Part II

- Elements
- Chemical compounds
- Mixtures

- Early atomic theories
- The structure of the atom
- Relative atomic mass
- Continuous and line spectra
- The Bohr model of the atom
- The electron configuration of an atom

- Ionic bonding. Part I
- Ionic bonding. Part II
- Covalent bonding. Part I
- Covalent bonding. Part II
- Simple and giant molecular solids
- Allotropes
- Metallic bonding
- Alloys

- Chemical and physical change
- Chemical equations
- Reaction types

- Atomic and molecular mass
- The mole
- Using the mole concept

- Properties of acids
- Properties of bases
- Indicators and pH
- Neutralisation reactions
- Salts
- Reactions of acids and bases
- Acid-base titrations

- Properties of water
- Solubility in water
- Natural waters
- Colloids. Washing in water

- The periodic table
- Noble gases
- Alkali metals
- Reactions of alkali metals
- Alkaline earth metals. Group 2
- Halogens. Group 17
- Reactions of the halogens
- Transition elements

- The reactivity series
- Reactions involving metals
- Electrochemical cells

- Conductivity of chemical substances
- Electrolysis. Part I
- Electrolysis. Part II

- Alkanes
- Isomerism of alkanes
- Alkenes
- Alcohols
- Carboxylic acids

- Exothermic and endothermic reactions
- Reversible reactions and chemical equilibrium
- Reaction rate
- Factors affecting reaction rate
- Catalysts
- Enzymes – biological catalysts

- Fossil fuels and crude oil
- Cracking and combustion of hydrocarbons
- Polymers
- Environmental impact of oil products

- Metals from metal ores
- Iron
- Aluminium
- Copper and titanium
- Industrial uses of limestone
- Sulphur and sulphuric(VI) acid

- Air
- Ammonia and nitric acid
- Fertilisers

- Carbohydrates
- Proteins
- Fats
- Food and drugs

- The structure of the Earth
- Tectonic plates
- Tectonic movements, earthquakes and volcanoes
- Igneous rocks
- Sedimentary rocks. Part I
- Sedimentary rocks. Part II
- Metamorphic rocks and the rock cycle
- The atmosphere
- Oceans

- Handling liquids
- Handling solids. Heating
- Gases: handling and laboratory tests
- Testing for ions

- Safety in the chemical laboratory

Example Lessons

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Maths - 114

Physics - 119

Biology - 100

Chemistry - 100

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928 | 393 | 902 | 465 |

487 | 107 | 699 | 616 |

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Tables of Contents:

Maths

- Surds

- Quadratic functions, graphs
- Factorisation of quadratic functions
- Quadratic equations
- Simultaneous equations
- Inequalities
- Quadratic inequalities

- Presentation of polynomials
- Algebraic manipulation of polynomials
- Division of polynomials
- The factor and remainder theorems
- Factorisation of polynomials
- Factorisation and roots of polynomials

- Sketching graphs
- Graphical solution of equations (1)
- Graphical solution of equations (2)
- Graphical solution of inequalities (1)
- Graphical solution of inequalities (2)
- Translations and graphs

- Equation of a straight line
- Parallel and perpendicular lines
- Coordinate geometry of a circle
- The tangent
- The normal
- Intersection points
- Intersection points

- The derivative
- Differentiation of simple functions
- Differentiation of polynomials
- Finding gradients, tangents and normals
- Monotonicity
- Local extrema, stationary points, critical points
- Finding local extrema
- Finding maximum and minimum values
- Second-order derivatives

- The anti-derivative
- Integrating
- The definite integral
- Area under the curve

- Laws of indices – rational exponents

- Transformations of graphs (1)
- Transformations of graphs

- Sequences
- Arithmetic sequence
- Arithmetic series
- Geometric sequence
- Geometric series
- Infinite convergent geometric series
- The binomial expansion

- General angles
- General angles, angle measures
- Basic trigonometric functions
- Graphs of trigonometric functions
- Simple trigonometric equations
- Solving simple trigonometric equations
- The area of a triangle
- The sine rule
- The cosine rule
- Measuring the circle

- Exponential functions
- The logarithm
- Basic exponential equations
- Exponential inequalities

- Derivatives of powers with rational exponent

- Integrals of powers with rational exponent
- Approximation of the area under a curve

- Functions – basic notions
- Composition of functions
- Inverse function
- The modulus function
- Transformation of graphs

- Inverse trigonometric functions
- Other trigonometric functions
- Identities for trigonometric functions

- The natural exponential function
- The natural logarithmic function

- Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions
- Derivatives of trigonometric functions
- Differentiation rules (1)
- Differentiation rules (2)

- Integration of selected functions
- Integration methods
- Integration methods
- Volumes of revolution

- Zeros of a function
- Approximate solution of equations
- Numerical integration – mid-ordinate rule
- Numerical integration – Simpson’s rule

- Rational expressions
- Rational functions
- Algebraic division
- Partial fractions

- Equations of curves
- Parametric equations of curves

- Binomial series
- Expansion of rational functions

- Trigonometric functions of the sum and difference of angles
- Trigonometric functions of the sum and difference of angles
- Double-angle formulas

- Exponential growth and decay

- Differential equations
- Equations with separable variables
- Implicit differentiation
- Parametric differentiation
- Tangents and normals for implicitly and parametrically defined curves
- Integration using partial fractions

- Vectors
- Algebraic operations on vectors
- Position vectors
- Vector equations of lines in 2-D
- Vector equations of lines in 3-D
- The scalar product 1
- The scalar product 2
- Perpendicular distance from a point to a line

Physics

- Forces
- Addition of forces
- Torque
- Equilibrium
- Forces and moments of forces in constructions

- Uniform motion
- Accelerating motion
- Distance in accelerating motion
- Description of motion in terms of vectors
- Circular motion
- Projectile motions

- The First and the Third Law of Motion
- Momentum
- Newton’s Second Law of Motion
- Forces in curvilinear motions
- Friction
- Air drag

- Work and energy
- Potential energy and kinetic energy
- Internal energy
- Power
- Collisions
- Simple machines

- Angular velocity and angular acceleration
- Newton’s Second law for rotational motion
- Angular momentum
- Energy of rotational motion

- Gravitational force
- Gravitational acceleration
- Potential energy
- Potential
- Satellites

- Density
- Stresses
- Hooke’s Law
- Temperature
- Heat transfer
- The states of matter

- Hydrostatic pressure
- Atmospheric pressure
- Pascal’s Law
- Archimedes’ Principle
- Bernoulli’s Principle
- Movement of bodies in liquids

- Gas transformations
- The Ideal Gas Equation
- Kinetic theory of gases
- Molar specific heat of a gas
- Adiabatic transition

- The First Law of Thermodynamics
- Heat engine
- Specific heat
- Sources of heat
- The Second Law of Thermodynamics

- Coulomb’s Law
- Electric field
- Potential
- Capacitance
- Capacitors

- Electric current
- Electrical resistance
- Resistors
- Electromotive force
- Work and power of electric current

- Magnetic field
- The magnetic field around current – carrying wires
- Electromagnetic force
- Application of electromagnetic forces
- The movement of a charge in a magnetic field

- Phenomenon of electromagnetic induction
- Generator and alternating current
- Transformer
- Transmission of electrical energy
- Current in a household

- Electronics
- Light and current
- Transistors and gates
- Digital systems

- Oscillations
- Pendulum
- Energy of oscillations
- Resonance

- Mechanical waves
- Reflection and refraction of waves
- Diffraction and interference of mechanical waves
- Oscillations of a string
- The intensity of a wave
- The Doppler effect

- Electromagnetic waves
- Diffraction and interference
- Polarisation
- Application of waves for communication
- Signal encoding

- Reflection and refraction of light
- Spherical mirrors
- Lenses
- Optical instruments
- An eye

- Radiation of objects
- External photoelectric effect
- Emission and absorption spectra
- Electron energy levels in an atom
- X-rays
- Waves of matter

- The structure of atomic nucleus
- Nuclear radiation
- Decay law
- Stability of the nuclei
- Nuclear fusion
- Nuclear fission
- Elementary particles

- The Solar System
- Classification of stars
- Evolution of stars
- Galaxies

- The speed of light
- Time and distance
- Mass, energy and momentum
- General theory of relativity

Biology

- Chemical elements of the cell
- Carbohydrates: their structure, properties, occurrence and importance
- Lipids: structure, properties, occurrence and importance
- Proteins
- Biochemical tests, chromatography, electrophoresis and separation of tissues

- Morphology of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells as seen under the light microscope
- Current techniques in cytology
- Cell ultrastructures
- Specialization of cells
- Transport across membranes
- Cell division – mitosis
- Cell division – meiosis (reduction division)

- Taxonomy
- Prokaryotes – simple organisms with no nucleus
- Protista
- Fungi
- Plants
- Animals – the invertebrates
- Animals – the vertebrates

- Enzymes as biocatalysts
- Industrial uses of enzymes
- Uses of enzymes in medical laboratories
- Metabolic transformations
- Autotrophic nutrition and photosynthesis
- Biochemistry of photosynthesis
- Factors affecting photosynthesis
- Cell respiration
- Aerobic respiration

- Excitability of neurones
- Transmission of nerve impulses from cell to cell – synapses
- Structure of the human nervous system
- Involuntary functioning of the nervous system
- Autonomic nervous system
- Receptors
- The eye
- Animal behaviour as a form of adaptation to the environment

- Heterotrophic nutrition
- Nutrients
- Nutritional requirements
- The human alimentary system
- Food processing in the alimentary canal
- Absorption of digestion products
- Digestion of food rich in cellulose

- Transport of substances in animals
- Structure and functions of the heart
- Transport of substances in plants
- Transpiration

- Respiratory surfaces
- Transport of respiratory gases
- Physiology of the human respiratory system

- Physiology of muscle contractions
- Chemistry of muscle contraction

- Physiology of the human reproductive system
- Fertilization
- Development of the human embryo
- Birth control in humans and animals
- Growth and development of the organism
- The ageing process
- Sexual reproduction in plants

- The concept of homeostasis
- Hormonal regulation
- Thermoregulation
- Regulation of glucose level in the blood
- The liver as a homeostatic organ
- Role of the kidneys in regulating water-electrolyte balance – Part 1
- Role of the kidneys in regulating water-electrolyte balance – Part 2
- Regulation of water loss in desert animals

- Characteristics of a healthy organism
- The concept of disease
- Bacterial diseases
- Parasitic diseases
- AIDS – an example of a viral disease
- Human immunity
- Coronary heart disease
- Cancer
- Actions of different groups of medicines

- DNA – the carrier of genetic material
- Organization of DNA in chromosomes
- Cloning of organisms
- Genetic code and protein synthesis
- Mutations
- Chromosomal mutations

- Genetic engineering techniques
- Medical applications of genetic engineering
- Transgenic organisms

- Inheritance of a single trait
- Inheritance of two or more traits
- Inheritance of sex

- The nature of variation
- Factors influencing variation
- Elements of population genetics
- Speciation – the formation of species
- Different modes of speciation

- Features of populations
- Biodiversity
- The ecosystem – an organized and functional unit of the natural environmental
- Energy flow and the circulation of matter
- Ecological succession
- Effects of human activity on ecosystems
- Agriculture – the conservation of biodiversity

Chemistry

- The structure of the atom
- Development of atomic theory. Radioactivity
- Atomic spectra
- Electron configuration of atoms

- Types of bonding
- Electronegativity and polarity
- Molecular shapes
- Valence bond theory and hybridisation

- States of matter
- Phase changes
- Gas laws
- Intermolecular forces
- Structure of solids

- Mole
- Chemical equations
- Practical importance of the mole
- Concentration

- The periodic table of the elements
- The trends in the properties of the elements in Period 3
- Periodic trends in the chemical properties of elements
- s-Block elements
- Chemical properties of s-block elements
- Elements of Group 17
- Reactions of halogens

- Electron configuration and periodic trends of transition elements
- Oxidation states of transition elements
- Transition metal complexes

- Oxidation states
- Redox reactions
- Extraction of metals. Part I
- Extraction of metals. Part II

- Voltaic cells
- Standard electrochemical potential
- Electrochemical series

- Enthalpy change and calorimetry
- Standard enthalpy change. Hess’s law
- Born-Haber cycle
- Enthalpy changes in the solution process
- Mean bond enthalpies
- Entropy
- Free energy

- Reaction rate
- Collision theory
- Effect of concentration on reaction rate. Rate equation
- Effect of concentration on reaction rate. Graphical methods
- Effect of temperature and catalyst on the reaction rate
- Catalysts

- Chemical equilibrium and equilibrium constant
- Factors affecting the chemical equilibrium
- Chemical equilibrium in the gas phase

- Dissociation of acids, bases and salts
- Brønsted-Lowry theory of acids and bases. Autoionisation of water
- pH as the universal acidity measure
- Weak acids and weak bases
- Salts in water solution
- Buffers
- Acid-base titration
- Titration curves

- Acid-base reactions of metal ions
- Ligand exchange reactions

- Petroleum as the source of hydrocarbons
- Hydrocarbons as fuel
- Alkanes and cycloalkanes
- Chemistry of alkanes and cycloalkanes
- Alkenes
- Alkene reactions
- Haloalkanes
- Reactions of haloalkanes
- Alcohols
- Ethanol
- Reactions of alcohols

- Aldehydes and ketones
- Reactions of aldehydes and ketones
- Carboxylic acids
- Functional derivatives of carboxylic acids

- Benzene
- Electrophilic substitution

- Structure and properties of amines
- Amines and amides: reactions and preparation
- Amino acids

- Fats and sugars
- Proteins and nucleic acids

- Polymers types. Addition polymers
- Condensation polymers

- Organic molecules
- Naming organic compounds
- Isomerism
- Organic reactions
- Analytical tests in organic chemistry

- Infra-red spectrometry. Part I
- Infra-red spectrometry. Part II
- Mass spectrometry. Part I
- Mass spectrometry. Part II
- Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Part I
- Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Part II
- Determination of molecular structure
- Absorption of visible light. Colorimetry

- Pollution of air
- Pollution of water
- Pollution of land

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