Category Archives: Grade 10 Science

Grade 10 – Cover work for 9, 10 and 17th February

Hi Grade 10!

Monday 9th February

  1.  Finish your assessment task from Friday.
  2. Submit this to Turn-It-In by the end of the class.
  3. Now it is time to practise naming and drawing a few more alkanes!Draw all the structural isomers of heptane C7H16 and then try and name them.Hint – You can use this video or these written instructions to help you if you’ve forgotten what to do.Apart from heptane, there should be eight other isomers.  See if you get them all as a class!
  4. Read pg 174 and 175 of text.  (You will need to download the file and then turn it to view it for reading.)
  5. Make a brief summary of the main points in your notebook.
  6. Answer the questions 1-5 on page 175.

 

Tuesday 10th February

Finish anything you didn’t complete yesterday before beginning today’s work.

Fractional Distillation

Watch this video.

    1. Now read page 170-171 in the text.
    2. Answer questions 1-5 on page 171 in your notebook.
    3. Using the terms evaporation and condensation, write a paragraph to explain how kerosene is separated from crude oil.

 

Tuesday 17th February

Finish anything you haven’t completed in the previous two lessons before beginning today’s work.

Polymerisation and Plastics

  1. Read pg 176 to 177 of the text.  (You will need to download the file and then turn it to view it for reading.)
  2. Make a brief summary of the main points in your notebook.
  3. In your notebook, answer the question 1-6.  Check with a partner to make sure you agree on the answers.  If you can’t do something, look it up!
  4. Click on this link to start a lesson on polymers and plastics.
    Watch the video
    Think and answer the questions
    Dig deeper and view some additional material and resources
    Discuss the question posted on the discussion board.

Comfortable with everything?  Here’s a documentary called “Addicted to Plastic”.  Enjoy!