The science at school podcast is a resource for high school students to help with learning, homework or revision. It covers an ever increasing range of topics from biology, chemistry and physics; across levels from Key Stage 3 (KS3) to GCSE. We have number of show formats, from standard question and answer to radio plays - acting out key moments of scientific history. Whether you're visiting for a specific topic or just looking to geek out and get ahead, welcome and enjoy! Episodes are published once every two weeks and suggestions are always welcome via twitter or our website.
S@S 026: Exam Skills (GCSE Science)
Aims of this Episode: Explain how to draw a professional graph, Explain how to draw a line of best fit, Explain how to use a graph to answer questions, Understand methods for using equations in exams, Understand how to use
S@S 025: Nerve Agents (GCSE Biology)
Aims of this Episode: Describe the structure of the nervous system, Explain the function of the different parts of the nervous system, Explain how Nerve Agents can affect the nervous system. Nervous System This is an organ system, just like
S@S 024: Food Chains and Habitats (GCSE Biology)
Aims of this Episode Define producer, primary and secondary consumer, predator and prey; Describe the cause and effect of bio-accumulation, Describe the structure of a food chain or food web, Explain to role of different animals in a food chain
S@S 023: Acids, Alkalies and Bases (GCSE Chemistry)
Aims of this Episode: Describe the pH scale, Explain why certain substances have certain pH values, Describe and explain a neutralisation reaction involving an acid and a base, Interpret basic reactions and name the products. The pH Scale pH is
S@S 022: The EM Spectrum (GCSE Physics)
Aims of this Episode: Compare and contrast Longitudinal and Transverse waves, Describe uses of the different parts of the EM Spectrum, Explain the Doppler Effect, Explain Redshift as one example of The Doppler Effect. What is the EM Spectrum? Light.
S@S 021: Periodic Table
Aims of this Episode: Describe the structure of the Periodic Table, Identify properties of elements based on their location in the Periodic Table. Groups of Elements The main way in which the Periodic Table is organised is in vertical Groups.
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