Fundamentals of science

Assignment front sheet Learner name Assessor Name Science team – Date Issued Completion date Submitted on Qualification unit number and title BITE Extended Diploma n Applied science (Medical science) 1: Fundamentals of Science Assignment title Initial assignment covering unit 1 Fundamentals. In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Criteria reference To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the student is able to: Task Evidence Achieved? Outline the key features of the periodic table, atomic structure and chemical bondingDocumentation by student Yes,’partial/no 2 Document in table format Yes/partial/no Describe different types of energy transfer 3 Observation record & written documentation Carry out a practical demonstration of a range of energy interconnections with appropriate explanations of the systems investigated 4 Report The purpose of this assignment is to: introduce the learners to the foundations of each of the science disciplines, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Range statements:practical skills: use of microscopes, calorimeters, risk analysis, recording ND analyzing data, processing of information.See specification for details Scenario and tasks You are a scientist employed at a museum and you have been delegated the task of presenting the basics of Chemistry, Physics and Biology to the general public. Task 1: You must produce a periodic table which has groups and periods. You must also explain the atomic structure by giving at least two examples of two elements. You then need to clearly explain to the public the differences between ionic, covalent and metallic bonding and to define the following terms: relative molecular mass, moles ND molarities.

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Meets XII/PI Task 2: You must firstly explain the difference a eukaryotic cell and a prokaryotic. Then you have to state the structure and function of each of the following organelles: cell membrane; cell wall; nucleolus; cytoplasm; mitochondria; ribosome; endoplasmic reticulum (smooth and rough); Googol body; lissome; vesicles. Meets LU /PA Task 3: You must define the different types of energy, giving examples and units (mechanical, kinetic and potential, chemical, thermal, electrical).You then have to discuss the interconnections for each type of energy and conduct practical, which demonstrate this. Meets LU/PA Task 4: You must write up a laboratory report for each of the practical conducted. The laboratory report must also contain an explanation of energy conversion systems.

You must also submit a risk assessment for each of the practical conducted. Meets LU/MM Lesson notes Relevant websites Related books This brief has been verified as being fit for purpose Assessor Signature Date Internal verifier Learner feedback Assessor feedback