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PMR Form 2 Science

PMR Form 2 Science
This iTTV DVD ROM product cover one academic year lesson in video format. It includes 10 Chapters and 60 Video Tutoria Lessons. Lab experiments and revision included where applicable.

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Ministry of Education (MOE) Malaysia PMR Syllabus - iTTV Form 2 Science
 

Chapter 01 : The World Through Our Senses

  • Lesson 01 : Sensory Organs and Their Functions
  • Lesson 02 : The Sense of Touch
  • Lesson 03 : The Sense of Smell
  • Lesson 04 : The Sense of Taste
  • Lesson 05 : The Sense of Hearing
  • Lesson 06 : The Sense of Sight
  • Lesson 07 : Light and Sight
  • Lesson 08 : Vision Defects
  • Lesson 09 : Limitations of Sight
  • Lesson 10 : Sound and Hearing
  • Lesson 11 : Limitations of Sound
  • Lesson 12 : Stimuli and Responses in Plants
  • Lesson 13 : Geotropism, Hydrotropism and Thigmotropism

Chapter 02 : Nutrition

  • Lesson 01 : Classes of Food
  • Lesson 02 : Vitamins and Minerals
  • Lesson 03 : Food Test
  • Lesson 04 : The Importance of a Balanced Diet
  • Lesson 05 : Human Digestive System
  • Lesson 06 : The Roles of Enzymes in Digestion
  • Lesson 07 : Absorption of Digested Food

Chapter 03 : Biodiversity

  • Lesson 01 : Organism and Their Classification (Part 1)
  • Lesson 02 : Organism and Their Classification (Part 2)
  • Lesson 03 : Classification of Plants

Chapter 04 : Interdependence Among Living Organisms and The Environment

  • Lesson 01 : Interdependence Among Living Organisms
  • Lesson 02 : Interaction Between Living Organism (Part 1)
  • Lesson 03 : Interaction Between Living Organism (Part 2 - Symbiosis and Biological Control)
  • Lesson 04 : Food Web
  • Lesson 05 : Photosynthesis (Part 1)
  • Lesson 06 : Photosynthesis (Part 2)
  • Lesson 07 : Conservation and Preservation of Living Organism
  • Lesson 08 : Role of Human Beings in Maintaining the Balance of Nature

Chapter 05 : Water and Solution

  • Lesson 01 : Analyzing the Physical Characteristics of Water
  • Lesson 02 : Analyzing the Composition of Water
  • Lesson 03 : Analyzing the Process of Evaporation of Water (Part 1)
  • Lesson 04 : Analyzing the Process of Evaporation of Water (Part 2)
  • Lesson 05 : Analyzing Solution and Solubility
  • Lesson 06 : Rate of Dissolving
  • Lesson 07 : Solubility
  • Lesson 08 : Analyzing Acid and Alkali - Properties and Uses of Acids
  • Lesson 09 : Analyzing Acid and Alkali - Properties and Uses of Alkali
  • Lesson 10: Analyzing Acid and Alkali - Neutralisation
  • Lesson 11 : Analyzing the Methods of Water Purification (Part 1)
  • Lesson 12 : Analyzing the Methods of Water Purification (Part 2)
  • Lesson 13 : Analyzing Water Supply System
  • Lesson 14 : The Preservation of Water Quality

Chapter 06 : Air Pressure

  • Lesson 01 : Understanding Air Pressure
  • Lesson 02 : Applying the Principle of Air Pressure in Daily Life

Chapter 07 : Dynamic

  • Lesson 01 : Understanding Force
  • Lesson 02 : Measuring Force
  • Lesson 03 : Understanding Friction
  • Lesson 04 : Work
  • Lesson 05 : Power and the Application of Forces

Chapter 08 : Support and Movement

  • Lesson 01 : Understanding the Support Systems in Animals
  • Lesson 02 : The Support Systems in Plants

Chapter 09 : Stability

  • Lesson 01 : Understanding that the Center of Gravity Affects Stability
  • Lesson 02 : Understanding that the Size of the Base Area Affects Stability
  • Lesson 03 : Appreciating the Importance of Stability

Chapter 10 : Simple Machine

  • Lesson 01 : Analyzing Levers
  • Lesson 02 : The Moment of A Force
  • Lesson 03 : Innovative Efforts in Design of Machine to Simplify Work
  • Computer Type Personal Computer or Laptop
  • Minimum Display Resolution 1024 x 768 or 14 inches Monitor & above
  • Windows Windows XP, Vista & 7
  • RAM Memory Minimum 1GB & above
  • Processor Speed Minimum 1GB MHz & above
  • Others Sound Card, DVD-ROM, Internet (for Online Product Activation)

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