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ATLP Y9 Geography Curriculum

Oak National Academy Unit


Oak Academy Lessons


Geography of the Middle East


Climate Change




The Geography of Russia



Lesson 1: How are resources distributed globally?


Lesson 2:  What is the effect of having excess carbon in the world?


Lesson 3: How has UK energy mix changed?

Lesson 3 (Energy): How has the UK’s energy mix changed overtime?


Lesson 4: Why does the UK import so much food?


Lesson 5: How has the UK responded to importing food?


Lesson 6: What is the UK’s demand for water?


Lesson 7: How can the UK save and manage water?


Lesson 8: How does energy security vary?

Lesson 1 (Energy) What is the global distribution of energy use and production?


Lesson 2 (Energy) What is energy security and energy poverty?


Lesson 9:  What are the impact of energy security?


Lesson 10: How is the need for natural resources changing our environment?

Lesson 3 (Climate Change):  What is the greenhouse effect?


Lesson 11:   How can we make energy more sustainable?

Lesson 4 (Energy)  What are the advantages and disadvantages of non-renewables?


Lesson 12:  What is Chambamontera?


Lesson 13: Where in the world is Russia?

Lesson 1 (The Geography of Russia): Where is Russia and what are some of its key human and physical features?


Lesson 14: Who lives in Russia?

 Lesson 2 (The Geography of Russia):  How is the population distributed across Russia?


Lesson 15: What natural resources does Russia have?

Lesson 6 (The Geography of Russia): What are the opportunities and challenges of mineral extraction in the Tundra?


Lesson 16: How does Russia gain (and lose) from being rich in natural resources?


Lesson 17: What problems does Russia face using energy – Chernobyl?


Lesson 18:  What are the problems of transporting oil?


Lesson 19:  Where is the Middle East?


Lesson 1 (Geography of the Middle East):   Where is the Middle East and what are some of its key human and physical features?


Lesson 20:  Why does black gold define Saudi Arabia?


Lesson 8 (Geography of the Middle East): What is the importance of oil in the development of the Middle East?


Lesson 21:  Should we trade with the Middle East?


Lesson 7 (geography of the Middle East):  How is the UK connected to the Middle East?






Unit 7 Atoms, Elements and Compounds




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Bonding and structure


Elements & compounds (C1)

●       Identify elements and compounds an identify them from diagrams

●       Name compounds from word equations and formulae

●       Reactants and products in equations

●       Apply conservation of mass to equations

Types of chemical bonds


Ions (9CR)

●       Draw and describe the formation of ions

●       Describe the formation of one type of chemical bond

●       Describe the link between place in the periodic table and the ion formed

Ionic bonding


Ionic bonding (C2)

●       Describe the formation of an ionic bond

●       Represent ionic bonding using diagrams

●       Write formula for ionic compounds

Ionic compounds


Properties of ionic compounds (C2)

●       Make and record observations, working safely

●       Describe some of the properties of ionic compounds

●       Explain some of the properties of ionic compounds using knowledge of the structure

Covalent bonding


Covalent bonding (C2)

●       Define a covalent bond

●       Draw and describe covalent bonds using structural, ball and stick and displayed formula

●       Describe the limitations of the different models

●       Represent polymers using diagrams

Covalent compounds


Types of covalent substance (C2)

●       Explain why some covalent substances form molecules and others form giant structures

●       Compare the properties of simple and giant covalent substances

●       Describe and explain their properties in terms of bonding

●       Explain why polymers tend to be solids at room temperature


The structure and bonding of carbon (C2)

●       Describe the properties of diamond, graphite, fullerenes and graphene

●       Explain the properties using knowledge of the bonding and structure

●       Relate properties of these carbon allotropes to their uses

Metallic bonding


Metallic bonding (C2)

●       Describe the structure and bonding in metals

●       Describe and explain the properties of metals

●       Explain why alloys are harder than pure metals

Tests for common gases


Tests for gases (C8)

●       Carry out tests for the oxygen, carbon dioxide and hydrogen

●       Describe the tests for oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and chlorine and their positive results

●       Write and balance chemical equations to represent some of the reactions.

Formulation and sep techniques


Mixtures and separation (C1)

●       Define, identify and describe mixtures

●       Explain the steps in the separation of mixtures of soluble and insoluble substances

●       Explain how mixtures of soluble and insoluble substances are represented and recognised



Separation by chromatography (C1)

●       Describe the process of chromatography

●       Carry out the chromatography of chlorophyll, explaining key steps

●       Interpret chromatograms

Unit 8 Chemical Energy




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How do reactions occur?


Indicators of chemical reaction (7CC chemical reactions)

●       Describe evidence for a chemical reaction

●       Apply conservation of mass to simple chemical change

●       Explain why, in terms of particles, mass stays the same in a reaction

Endothermic and exothermic reactions


Energy changes (9CR reactivity)

●       Define endothermic and exothermic reactions

●       Recognize endothermic and exothermic reactions from temperature changes

●       Make and explain suggestions to changes in the equipment that would improve the data collected.



Measuring rate (9CR reactivity)

●       Describe ways to measure the rate of a reaction

●       Collect and correctly record data to measure the rate of a given reaction

●       Display the data appropriately



Analysing rates (9CR reactivity)

●       Take readings from reaction rate curves

●       Describe how and explain why reaction rate changes during a reaction

●       Process secondary data, identifying anomalies, calculation means and rounding answers to the correct number of decimal places.



How concentration affects rate (9CR reactivity)

●       Identify variables to change, measure and control to test a hypothesis

●       Collect and display data appropriately

●       Describe and explain the effect of concentration on the rate of reaction



How surface area affects rate (9CR reactivity)

●       Identify variables to change, measure and control to test the given hypothesis

●       Process and display data appropriately

●       Describe and explain the effect of surface area on the rate of reaction




●       Describe what a catalyst is and how it affects the rate of a reaction

●       Perform a fair comparison of three catalyst sources

●       Describe the test for oxygen and its positive result

Additional lessons



●       Define a combustion reaction

●       Explain what is meant by complete and incomplete combustion and name the products

●       Compare complete and incomplete combustion

Additional lessons


Thermal decomposition

●       Define thermal decomposition

●       Write word and symbol equations to represent thermal decomposition reactions

●       Carry out a thermal decomposition reaction and explain it in terms of conservation of mass



Energetics revision

Review 1

●       Recall key terms, definitions and structures related to energetics and rates

●       Use scientific language accurately to correct statements






Review 2

Unit 9 Sustainability




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Using the Earth’s resources


Use of Earth's resources (C11)

●       State ways in which natural products are supported or replaced by man-made products

●       Extract and interpret information in charts, graphs and tables

●       Evaluate the use of finite and renewable resources



Potable water


Potable water RPA (C11)

●       Distinguish between pure and potable water

●       Describe and explain the steps involved in the treatment of safe drinking water

●       Test water for pH and dissolved solid content and calculate the concentration of dissolved solids


Potable water RPA 2 (C11)

●       Describe methods of producing potable water from salty water

●       Carry out the distillation of a water sample

●       Describe the differences between the water samples before and after distillation and how to test for these


Wastewater treatment (C11)

●       State components of wastewater that can cause problems in the environment

●       Describe how wastewater is treated to make it safe to release into the environment

●       Compare the treatments of waste, ground and salt water in terms of ease of producing potable water

Ceramics and composites


Ceramics, polymers and composites (8CM materials and the earth)

●       Describe some of the properties of ceramics, polymers and composites

●       Interpret secondary data

●       Explain the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling


Ceramics and composites (C11) HA

●       Describe the production of glass

●       Give some uses for composites

●       Compare quantitatively the physical properties of glass and clay ceramics, polymers, composites and metals

●       Explain how the properties of materials are related to their uses and select appropriate materials.



Polymers (C7)

●       Describe the processes of addition and condensation polymerisation

●       Draw and name polymers

●       Recognise monomers from given polymers


Polymers (C11)

●       Give uses for different types of polymer

●       Explain how low density and high density poly(ethene) are both produced from ethene

●       Explain the difference between thermosoftening and thermosetting polymers in terms of their structures

Plastics and the ocean



Extracting metals


Metal ores (9CR Reactivity)

●       Explain why most metals are not found in their element form

●       Describe how metals can be extracted using carbon

●       Write word and symbol equations to represent the reactions

Carbon footprint


Greenhouse gases (C9)

●       Describe the greenhouse effect

●       Describe the reasons for and the impacts of increasing greenhouse gases on the temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere

●       Evaluate the strength of the evidence for the link between CO2 levels and global temperature rise


Climate change carbon footprint (C9)

●       Describe potential consequences of climate change

●       Define the carbon footprint in a range of contexts

●       Suggest ways of reducing carbon footprints in different contexts and why actions to reduce carbon footprints may be limited


Other pollutants      

●          Describe how carbon monoxide, soot, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are produced and released into the atmosphere

●          Predict the products of the combustion of a fuel given appropriate information

●       ●          Describe the problems caused by these pollutants

Life cycle assessments


LCA and recycling

●       Describe some ways of reducing our use of finite resources

●       Evaluate ways of reducing our use of limited resources

●       Carry out life cycle assessments given appropriate information


Unit 7 Cell Biology and Organisation 2




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Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells


Different types of cell (B1 cells)

●       Label plant, animal and bacterial cell and describe the function of the organelles

●       Describe the differences between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells

●       Make order of magnitude calculations

●       Compare different types of cells



Plant cells RPA (B1 cells)

●       Describe how to use a microscope to view plant cells in focus

●       View plant cells and make accurate drawings

●       Use the equation M=I/A to calculate any value given the other two

●       Change the units if necessary

Specialised cells


Specialised cells (7BC)

●       Describe features of specialised cells, using key structures

●       Describe specialisation to function in a range of animal and plant cells

●       Explain how the specialised features enable the cell to carry out its function

Cell transport


Diffusion (B1 cells)

●       Describe and explain the results of an investigation on diffusion

●       Describe how substances move in and out of cells by diffusion, giving examples

●       Describe and explain factors that can affect the rate of diffusion


Active transport (B1 cells)

●       Describe how substances are taken up by active transport

●       Compare diffusion, osmosis and active transport

●       Apply knowledge to exam questions

Circulatory system


Heart (B2 organisation)

●       Label the major structures in the heart

●       Describe the path blood takes through the heart and around the body

●       Calculate blood flow using appropriate equations

●       Describe how heart rate is controlled


Blood and blood vessels (B2 organisation)

●       Describe the components of the blood and their function

●       Describe the structure and function of arteries and veins

●       Explain how blood components and blood vessels are adapted for their function

Respiratory system


Adaptations of respiratory system (9BB Body system and processes)

●       Describe the function of the structures in the respiratory system

●       Describe, using knowledge of diffusion, how gases are absorbed from the alveoli into the bloodstream

●       Explain how alveoli are adapted for their function 

The digestive system


Organs of the digestive system and their adaptations (8BD digestion)

●       Explain why digestion is necessary

●       Label the organs of the digestive system and describe their function

●       Explain the importance of gut bacteria

●       Describe how the intestines are adapted for their function



Enzymes (8BD digestion)

●       Describe the action of the enzymes in the digestive system

●       Explain the results of the ‘model gut’ experiment

●       Evaluate the model


Effect of temp on enzyme (8BD digestion)

●       Identify variables to change, measure and control to test a hypothesis

●       Draw a table to record results

●       Draw a conclusion from results obtained

The nervous system


Nervous system (B5 Homeostasis)

●       Describe the role of receptors, neurons and effectors in responding to a stimulus

●       Collect data on skin receptors and write a conclusion using data collected

●       Describe an appropriate response pathway to any given stimulus

The endocrine system


Hormonal responses (B5 homeostasis)

●       Describe how the endocrine system brings about responses in the body

●       Label the main endocrine glands of the body

●       Compare hormonal responses with nervous responses

●       (HT) Describe the action of thyroxine and adrenaline

●       (HT) Explain the concept of negative feedback

The leaf


The leaf (9BP Plants and photosynthesis)

●       Describe how leaves are adapted for their function

●       Use a microscope correctly to observe stomata

●       Explain how features enable the leaf to do its job

Gas exchange in the leaf

Transport in plants


Transport in plants (9BP Plants and photosynthesis)

●       Label the xylem and phloem

●       Describe the role of the xylem and phloem in transporting water and sugars

●       Describe the path of water and glucose around the plant

Unit 8 Health and disease



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Mental health and well being


Communicable diseases


Infectious disease (B3 infection and response)

●       Name the cause of infectious disease and describe how they make us ill

●       Describe how pathogens can be spread, and how this spread can be reduced

●       Describe the main defence mechanisms of the body

Culturing bacteria


Immunity (B3 infection and response)

●       Describe how white blood cells respond to destroy pathogens

●       Explain the difference between the primary and secondary response

●       Explain what is meant by immunity

Communicable diseases in animals


Viral and bacterial diseases (B3 infection and response)

●       Describe the symptoms, spread and prevention of the viruses measles, HIV and TMV

●       Describe the symptoms, spread and prevention of bacterial diseases salmonella and gonorrhoea

●       Explain why antibiotics can be used to treat bacterial infections but not viral ones.

●       Process secondary data related to infection rates

Communicable diseases in plants


Plant diseases (B3 infection and response)

●       Describe the symptoms, spread and prevention of rose black spot

●       Describe the spread, symptoms and prevention of malaria

●       Explain what is meant by the term ‘vector’



White blood cells


Immunity (B3 infection and response)

●       Describe how white blood cells respond to destroy pathogens

●       Explain the difference between the primary and secondary response

●       Explain what is meant by immunity



Vaccines (B3 infection and response)

●       Describe what is in a vaccine

●       Explain how vaccines prevent infection

●       Explain the advantages of large scale vaccination

Non communicable diseases


Heart disease (B2 organisation)

●       Describe some of the causes of heart disease

●       Explain how coronary heart disease can lead to a heart attack

●       Evaluate treatments for heart disease


LIfestyle and disease (B2 organisation)

●     Describe some risk factors for diseases

●     Explain the impacts of lifestyle choices and disease at local, national and global levels

●     Analyse and interpret secondary data on disease incidence rates



Cancer (B2 organisation)

●     Describe how cancer forms in the body

●     Describe the risk factors associated with cancer development

●     Explain the difference between ‘benign’ and ‘malignant’ tumours

●     Explain how malignant cancer can spread

Recreational drugs


Genetic diseases


Inherited disorders (B6 inheritance)

●       Describe the symptoms of the genetic diseases cystic fibrosis & polydactyly

●       Use genetic cross diagrams and family tree diagrams to calculate probability of offspring inheriting these diseases

●       Evaluate the use of embryo screening for inherited disorders

Unit 9- Ecology

B7 Ecology, Year 11



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Communities (B7 Ecology)

●       Identify examples of interdependence within an ecosystem

●       Predict the impact of changes to one species on the rest of the community

●       Extract and interpret information from charts, tables and graphs relating to interaction of organisms in a community



Biotic and abiotic factors (B7 Ecology)

●       Identify biotic and abiotic factors within an ecosystem

●       Explain how a change in a biotic or abiotic factor can affect a community

●       Extract and interpret information from secondary data



Competition (8BE Ecological relationships and classification)

●       Suggest things organisms may compete for

●       Describe ways in which organisms are adapted to be better competitors

●       Explain how these adaptations help them survive in given conditions



Adaptations (B7 Ecology)

●       Give examples of behavioural, structural or functional adaptations

●       Suggest factors that organisms are competing for given information

●       Identify and explain how organisms are adapted to live in their natural environment

Natural selection


Natural selection (8BE Ecological relationships and classification)

●       Describe ways in which organisms may vary within a species

●       Explain why some organisms within a species are better adapted to their environment

●       Explain why genetic variation within a species can drive natural selection



Random sampling (8BE Ecological relationships and classification)

●       Make and record measurements to estimate the population of daisies

●       Process the results appropriately

●       Apply knowledge to process secondary data


Estimating populations(8BE Ecological relationships and classification)

●       Make and record measurements to estimate a population

●       Process results appropriately and compare with given values

●       Suggest how to improve accuracy


Estimating populations RPA 2 (HA) (B8 Ecology)

●       Calculate percentage cover of organisms

●       Describe how to use a transect line to test a hypothesis

●       Process and interpret secondary data, identifying variables 

Human impact on ecosystems


Global warming (B8 Ecology)

●       Describe and explain ways in which humans affect ecosystems

●       Evaluate the data linking greenhouse gases to global warming

●       Describe some of the consequences of global warming

Improving human impact on ecosystems


Biodiversity (B8 Ecology)

●       Describe some impacts of humans on biodiversity

●       Explain the importance of biodiversity

●       Describe ways that humans have tried to restore or maintain biodiversity



Unit 1 - Forces 2



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5 (9PM)


●       Describe the effect of upthrust on the weight of objects

●       Explain why objects float in terms of resultant forces

●       Explain how upthrust can vary in water

Pressure on a surface

Pressure in a liquid

4 (9PM)

Pressure in liquids

●       Describe the action of pressure in liquids and the cartesian diver

●       Describe how the pressure changes as you go deeper in a liquid

●       Calculate pressure and forces in hydraulic systems

Pressure in space


3 (9PF)

Work done

●       Define and calculate work done

●       Use the formula for work done to calculate work done, force or distance

●       Change units where appropriate and round answers to 3 significant figures


1 (9PF)


●       Identify pivots and levers

●       Calculate moments

●       Explain why levers are force multipliers



●       Explain, in terms of turning forces, how an object can be made to balance.

●       Collect data to test a hypothesis

●       Use the moment equation to calculate force needed or distance to make turning forces balance

Elastic objects


Hooke’s law

●       Identify variables to change and measure to test a hypothesis

●       Design a table to ensure repeatable readings

●       Collect, process and display repeatable data

Hooke’s law

6 (9PF)

Hooke’s law analysis

●       Recognise and explain what is meant by ‘elastic limit’

●       Use Hooke’s Law to calculate force, extension or spring constant

●       Describe a use of an elastic object and explain the significance of Hooke’s Law in context

Speed time graphs

8 (7PF)


●       Use an equation to calculate speed

●       Give the correct units in all cases.

●       Calculate the relative speed of objects passing one another

Newton’s laws

Stopping distances

Safe car design





Review 2


Unit 2 - Waves 2



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Core content

Em spectrum.


Sound and radio waves

1 (9PS)

Sound waves

●       Label the main features of a wave diagram

●       Compare light and sound waves

●       Describe what happens when waves meet

Wave for communication



4 (8PL)


●       Apply the law of reflection to different scenarios

●       Describe properties of reflected images

●       Describe and explain specular and diffuse reflections


5 (8PL)


●       Draw the pathway light takes through a glass block.

●       Measure the angle of refraction using a protractor.

●       Describe how refraction takes place using key words and phrases.

The seasons

12 (8PL)

Our solar system

●       Use secondary data to describe and explain patterns in year lengths in the solar system

●       Describe and explain differences in day length, position of the sun and temperatures in different seasons

●       Explain why the Earth experiences seasons, but no other planet in the solar system does

Visible spectrum

8 (8PL)

Spectrum of light

●       List the colours of the visible spectrum.

●       Describe how white light can be dispersed to give a range of different colours

●       Explain why we see objects as a particular colour.


6 (8PL)

The eye

●       Label the parts of the eye

●       Use ray diagrams to show how images are formed in pinhole cameras and the eye

●       Describe how an image is formed and how we see

7 (8PL)


●       Safely carry out an eye dissection

●       Describe how the eye focuses on near and far objects 

●       Explain the cause of long and short sightedness and how this can be corrected


Review and assessment from 8PL and 9PS

Unit Particles 1 



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Core content

States of matter

1 9PM

States of matter

●       Describe the arrangement and motion of particles in a solid, liquid and gas

●       Define diffusion in terms of particle concentration and explain effect of temperature on diffusion

●       Explain changes of state in terms of particles

Change of state

Specific heat capacity 1


Specific heat capacity 2

Specific latent heat

Heating and cooling


2 9PM


●       Explain observations using particle model and density

●       Compare densities and predict if objects will float or sink

●       Calculate the density of regular objects

Density of irregular objects

Pressure in liquids

4 9PM

Pressure in liquids

●       Describe the action of pressure in liquids and the cartesian diver

●       Describe how the pressure changes as you go deeper in a liquid

●       Calculate pressure and forces in hydraulic systems

Changing gas pressure

6 9PM

Atmospheric pressure

●       Define atmosphere and describe how atmospheric pressure is caused

●       Explain how changes in atmospheric pressure can happen and what the effects are

●       Calculate percentage change



Matter revision

Review 1

●       Recap aspects of the matter topic

●       Practice recall of key facts, skills and answering exam questions




Review 2

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