MHS Revision Guide by de443B3


									Year 10

      All pupils will take part in a practical exam. They have been given a script and cast
       in a particular role with the exams taking place one week before the main school
       exams on June 6th.
      Year 10: ‘To bee or not to bee’

                                     10 FR / EY / HC

All topics up to end of Module 5
     Module 1 Town , Facilities, leisure activities
     Module 2 Family, Jobs and places of work, helping at home, asking for permission,
       preparing for a party
     Module 3 Making plans for the future, planning a visit, places in town and
       directions, talking about the past
     Module 4 Healthy Eating, keeping fit talking about what you used to do, giving
     Module 5 Clothes, colours and fashion, teenage issues
     Present, past, future and imperfect verb tenses Reflexive verbs in perfect tense


      Module 1 Introducing yourself, activities after school, leisure
      Module 2 Daily routine, clubs, arranging to go out
      Module 3 Family, physical appearance, body and health
      Module 4 Food, meals, shopping, eating out
      Module 5 Visit to Paris, travelling to and in Paris, what you have done


Development, Trade and Aid
   What is development?
   How is development measured using social and economic indicators – examples of
      indicators and what they mean
   Problems with using indicators
   Human Development Index – what it is, why it works well
   MEDC and LEDCs – where are they, examples of each
   Reasons for the development gap (historical, socio-economic and environmental)
   Trade - patterns of trade between MEDCs and LEDCs, trade deficits
   Transnational Corporations (TNCs) – examples, what they do, where they work
      and reasons why, problems and benefits of TNCs
      Third world debt cycle
      Types of aid – multilateral, voluntary and bilateral, short and long term

    What is urbanisation?
    How has the location of the 10 biggest world cities changed (used to be in MEDC
      and is now in LEDC…WHY?)
    Reasons behind urbanisation and counterurbanisation in MEDCs
    Reasons for urbanisation in LEDCs (push and pull factors, natural increase)
    Shanty towns/slums – what are they? Where are they usually found? What is it
      LIKE in a shanty town?
    Kibera – location and ways in which it is being helped

Rocks, Weathering and Coasts
    The 3 rock types – how they form, the rock cycle
    The 3 processes of weathering (physical, biological and chemical) – how they work
    Limestone environments – how they form and why
    Waves – how they form, constructive and destructive waves, swash and backwash
    4 types of coastal erosion
    5 types of coastal transportation (including longshore drift!)
    Deposition
    Formation of landforms (headlands and bays; wave cut notches and platforms;
      caves/arches/stacks/stumps; beaches; spits)
    How the coast is used and conflicts this might cause
    The problems with cliff erosion
    Coastal management strategies


   1. Why do we commemorate…?
  “Holocaust Memorial Day 27th January”

   2. How and why did the Nazis persecute the Jews?

   3. Why was Ireland partitioned in 1920-1921?

          Long term causes 1912-1916

   4. Why was Ireland partitioned in 1920-1921?
       Short term causes 1916-1921

   5. What were the consequences of the Partition of Ireland?
       How significant a part did Partition play in the Troubles in Northern Ireland
        after 1969?
                                  Religious Education

       Creation and Environment;
       Prejudice and discrimination;
       Islam (see Project sheet for breakdown of key topics).


Biology –            The Circulatory System
                     Plants & Photosynthesis

Chemistry – Materials
                  Chemical Reactions
                  The Periodic Table
                  The Environment

Physics -            Earth & Space
                     Heating & Cooling
                     Electricity & Magnetism

  In addition to these topics there will also be questions for which you cannot revise e.g.
                            Drawing & interpreting line graphs
                                           Bar charts
                                          Fair testing

        Also make sure you can spell and understand the meaning of the key words.


   1.   Food items
   2.   Quantities (una lata de, un cartón de)
   3.   Daily routine
   4.   Rooms in the house
   5.   Directions
   6.   Numbers 1 - 1000
   7.   Preterite tense

All pupils have vocabulary relevant to the above-mentioned topics in their vocabulary

Electronic Components. Input, Control and Output Devices
Types of Motion
Cranks and Sliders
Year 10 Projects

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