BC Science 10 Student Workbook

Paperback | June 1, 2008

byBriar Ballou, Van Chau, Christine Weber

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  • Reinforces student learning and science literacy while offering modified activities, enrichment and extension, additional vocabulary practice, further practice of science process skills.
  • Addresses the needs of ESL students and struggling readers.

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Reinforces student learning and science literacy while offering modified activities, enrichment and extension, additional vocabulary practice, further practice of science process skills.Addresses the needs of ESL students and struggling readers.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:10.8 × 8.3 × 0.6 inPublished:June 1, 2008Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0070984611

ISBN - 13:9780070984615

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Table of Contents

Unit 1 Sustaining Earth's Ecosystems


Chapter 1 Biomes and ecosystems are divisions of the biosphere.


Section 1.1 Biomes
Section 1.2 Ecosystems

Chapter 2 Energy flow and nutrient cycles support life in ecosystems.


Section 2.1 Energy Flow in Ecosystems
Section 2.2 Nutrient Cycles in Ecosystems
Section 2.3 Effects of Bioaccumulation on Ecosystems

Chapter 3 Ecosystems continually change over time.


Section 3.1 How Changes Occur Naturally in Ecosystems
Section 3.2 How Humans Influence Ecosystems
Section 3.3 How Introduced Species Affect Ecosystems

Unit 2 Chemical Reactions and Radioactivity


Chapter 4 Atomic theory explains the formation of compounds.


Section 4.1 Atomic Theory and Bonding
Section 4.2 Names and Formulas of Compounds
Section 4.3 Chemical Equations

Chapter 5 Compounds are classified in different ways.


Section 5.1 Acids and Bases
Section 5.2 Salts
Section 5.3 Organic Compounds

Chapter 6 Chemical reactions occur in predictable ways.


Section 6.1 Types of Chemical Reactions
Section 6.2 Factors Affecting the Rate of Chemical Reactions

Chapter 7 The atomic theory explains radioactivity.


Section 7.1 Atomic Theory, Isotopes, and Radioactive Decay
Section 7.2 Half-Life
Section 7.3 Nuclear Reactions

Unit 3 Motion


Chapter 8 Average velocity is the rate of change in position.


Section 8.1 The Language of Motion
Section 8.2 Applying Knowledge

Chapter 9 Acceleration is the rate of change in velocity.


Section 9.1 Describing Acceleration
Section 9.2 Calculating Acceleration

Unit 4 Energy Transfer in Natural Systems


Chapter 10 The kinetic molecular theory explains the transfer of thermal energy.


Section 10.1 Temperature, Thermal Energy, and Heat
Section 10.2 Energy Transfer in the Atmosphere

Chapter 11 Climate change occurs through natural processes and human activities.


Section 11.1 Natural Causes of Climate Change
Section 11.2 Human Activity and Climate Change

Chapter 12 Thermal energy transfer drives plate tectonics.


Section 12.1 Evidence for Continental Drift
Section 12.2 Features of Plate Tectonics