Science Links 10 Student Edition

Hardcover | October 29, 2009

byEric Brown, Sandy Searle

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Science Links 10 is approved for inclusion on Ontario's Trillium List!

Written to the revised Ontario Curriculum, Grade 10, Science, Applied (SNC2P)

Building student confidence for success! The first resources developed specifically for the student of applied science. These resources take full advantage of students' diverse learning styles, interests, and talents to ensure students' success and belief in themselves as science learners.

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Science Links 10 is approved for inclusion on Ontario's Trillium List!Written to the revised Ontario Curriculum, Grade 10, Science, Applied (SNC2P) Building student confidence for success! The first resources developed specifically for the student of applied science. These resources take full advantage of students' diverse learning sty...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:11 × 8.6 × 1 inPublished:October 29, 2009Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0070722218

ISBN - 13:9780070722217

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Table of Contents

UNIT 1: TISSUES, ORGANS, AND SYSTEMS

BIG IDEAS

TOPIC 1.1: What roles do cells play in multi-cellular organisms?
TOPIC 1.2: How do animal cells divide and why?
TOPIC 1.3: How do cells work together in the human body?
TOPIC 1.4: What jobs do different systems perform in thehuman body?
TOPIC 1.5: How do systems work together in thehuman body?
TOPIC 1.6: How do technology and environmental factors affect human health?
Unit 1 SummaryUnit 1 ProjectReview Unit 1


UNIT 2: CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND THEIR PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

TOPIC 2.1: How do chemical reactions affect your daily life?
TOPIC 2.2: How are chemical compounds described and named?
TOPIC 2.3: What happens during a chemical reaction, and how are chemical reactions described?
TOPIC 2.4: What are acids and bases, and how do they react?
TOPIC 2.5: How can you understand chemical reactions in daily life?
Unit 2 SummaryUnit 2 ProjectReview Unit 2


UNIT 3: EARTH'S DYNAMIC CLIMATE

TOPIC 3.1: What is climate?
TOPIC 3.2: How is climate affected by natural systems on earth?
TOPIC 3.3: In what ways can human activities affect climate?
TOPIC 3.4: What are the impacts of climate change in Canada and around the world?
TOPIC 3.5: How can we best assess the cause of current climate change?
TOPIC 3.6: How can we reduce our impact on Earth's climate?
Unit 3 SummaryUnit 3 ProjectReview Unit 3


UNIT 4: LIGHT AND APPLICATIONS OF OPTICS

TOPIC 4.1: What is light, and how is it produced?
TOPIC 4.2: How does light interaction with objects give them colours?
TOPIC 4.3: How can you mix colours to make different colours?
TOPIC 4.4: What is the Law of Reflection, and how do mirrors form images?
TOPIC 4.5: What is refraction, and how can it be used?
TOPIC 4.6: How do lenses form images?
Unit 4 SummaryUnit 4 ProjectReview Unit 4