Year 10: Autumn 2

English

Approaches to reading unseen fiction texts

Character types and function

Analysing language: Selecting evidence

Analysing language: Analytical writing

Geography

Managed Retreat

A UK Coastal Management Scheme: Lyme Regis (Part 1)

A UK Coastal Management Scheme: Lyme Regis (Part 2)

History

Why were the Nazi Party so successful after 1929?

How did political developments in 1932 result in Hitler becoming Chancellor in January 1933?

iMedia

What is pre-production?

Maths (F)

Data collection

Bar charts

Composite and multiple bar charts

Pictograms

Maths (H)

Stem and leaf diagrams

Plot and interpret time-series graphs

Plot a scatter graph and describe correlation

Identify and explain outliers from a scatter diagram

Science (F)

Atoms, elements and compounds

Balancing equations (FT only)

Chemical formulae and conservation of mass

Relative formula mass (FT only)

Reacting masses (FT only)

Science (H)

Chemical formulae and conservation of mass

Relative formula mass (HT only)

Moles and Avogadro's constant (HT only)

Balancing equations using moles (HT only)

Reacting masses (HT only)

Sociology

Research design

The Scientific Method

English

Examining structural choices

Unseen Fiction Texts: Pre-1900

Mary/Eve Dichotomy

Thinking about space: Where do women belong?

Geography

Causes of Economic Change in the UK

A Post-Industrial Economy in the UK (Part 1)

A Post-Industrial Economy in the UK (Part 2)

History

Why was Hitler ‘invited’ into power?

How did the Nazis remove political opposition?

iMedia

Creating digital graphics

Maths (F)

Find the mean, median, mode and range from a list of numbers

Stem and leaf diagrams

Mean from a frequency table

Mean from a grouped frequency table

Maths (H)

Use a line of best fit on a scatter graph

Mean from a frequency table

Mean from a grouped frequency table

Interpret timetables and distance tables

Science (F)

Exam technique

Domestic electricity

Electrical power (Part 1)

Electrical power (Part 2)

The national grid

Science (H)

Concentration

Limiting reactants

Review (HT only)

Domestic electricity

Electrical power (Part 1)

Sociology

Primary Sources

Secondary Sources

English

Responding to evaluation questions

Evaluation: Writing it up

Reading skills: Unseen fiction – Cold Mountain

Journeys in literature: Cold Mountain

Geography

How can Modern Industry in the UK become more sustainable?

Transport Developments in the UK

History

How did Hitler consolidate power by 1934?

How far did the Nazi party create a police state?

iMedia

Creating digital video

Maths (F)

Interpret timetables and distance tables

Design and interpret two-way tables

Plot and interpret time-series graphs

Draw and interpret pie charts

Maths (H)

Design and interpret two-way tables

Draw and interpret pie charts

Mixed fraction addition and subtraction problems

Multiplying a fraction by a fraction

Science (F)

Domestic electricity review

Solids, liquids and gases

Maths Skills

Particle models

Properties of ionic compounds

Science (H)

Electrical power (Part 2)

The national grid

Domestic electricity review

Properties of ionic compounds

Giant covalent structures: Graphene

Sampling

Questionnaires

English

Descriptive detail: Close analysis

Reading skills: Pre-1900 unseen fiction - Heart of Darkness

Geography

The North-South divide in the UK

Economic and political links between the UK and the wider world

History

How far did the Nazi party control the state through propaganda?

How much resistance existed in Nazi Germany before 1939?

iMedia

What is pre-production?

Maths (F)

Plot a scatter graph and describe correlation

Identify and explain outliers from a scatter diagram

Use a line of best fit on a scatter graph

Adding and subtracting fractions < 1

Maths (H)

Dividing a fraction by a fraction

Divide a quantity in a given ratio

Compare the cost of two items using the unitary method

Ratio and fractions

Science (F)

Metallic bonding

Fungal and protist disease

Useful maths skills

Infectious disease

Viral and bacterial disease

Science (H)

Metallic bonding

Infectious disease

Viral and bacterial disease

Fungal and protist disease

Immunity

Observations

Statistics

Geography

Location and Importance of Liverpool

Impacts of Migration on Liverpool

Opportunities of Urban Change in Liverpool (Part 1)

History

What were Nazi attitudes and policies towards women?

iMedia

Creating digital graphics

Maths (F)

Subtracting mixed numbers

Mixed fraction addition and subtraction problems

Multiplying a fraction by a fraction

Maths (H)

Compare the cost of two items using the unitary method

Using direct proportion graphs

Proportion problems

Decimal multiplier method to find percentages of an amount

Science (F)

Testing drugs (Part 1)

Immunity

Vaccines

Antibiotics

Maths skills

Science (H)

Vaccines

Antibiotics

Maths skills

Testing drugs (Part 1)

Testing drugs (Part 2)

Sociology

Longitudinal Studies

Ethnography

Geography

Opportunities of urban change in Liverpool (Part 2)

Challenges of urban change in Liverpool (Part 1)

Challenges of urban change in Liverpool (Part 2)

History

How successful were Nazi policies towards women?

Why were young people so important to the Nazi Party?

iMedia

Creating digital video

Maths (F)

Dividing a fraction by a fraction

Fraction of an amount

Subtracting mixed numbers

Maths (H)

Fractions greater than 1 and percentages above 100%

Express one number as a fraction or percentage of another without a calculator

Increase and Decrease an Amount by a Percentage

Calculate Percentage Change

Science (F)

Testing drugs (Part 2)

Review (Part 1)

Scientist case study-Ynes Mexia

Review (Part 2)

Exam Skills

Science (H)

Review (Part 1)

Review (Part 2)

Exam Skills

Nancy Chang

Case study: Kitty Hach Darrow

Sociology

Surveys

Small Scale research

Geography

An Urban Regeneration Project in Liverpool: The Anfield Project

Sustainable Urban Living

How Urban Transport Strategies Reduce Traffic Congestion

History

Why was controlling education so important to the Nazi party?

How successful were Nazi policies at reducing unemployment?

Maths (F)

Simple percentages without a calculator

Decimal multiplier method to find percentages of an amount

Fractions greater than 1 and percentages above 100%

Express one number as a fraction or percentage of another without a calculator

Maths (H)

Reverse Percentages

Repeated percentage increase

Repeated percentage decrease

Repeated percentage increase and decrease

Science (F)

Kelly Chibale: Drug production

Case Study: Dr Beth Penrose

Writing a method

Case study

Plant tissue

Science (H)

Kelly Chibale: Drug production

Case Study: Dr Beth Penrose

Writing a method

Case study

Plant tissue

Sociology

Interviews

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