تلخيص علوم منهج انجليزي الجزء الأول صف سادس

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تلخيص علوم منهج انجليزي الجزء الاول صف سادس : نقدم اليكم في هذا الملف تلخيصا شاملا ، من منهج العلوم  الصف السادس ،و قد تم تصميم هذا الملف لمساعدة طلابنا الاعزاء، في دراستهم و تحضيرهم للامتحان النهائي بشكل متكامل

 

LESSON SUMMARY Lesson 2 : Animal Life Cycles

IMPORTANT VOCABULARY

 metamorphosis

change through a process

egg

contains food for the young gives protection

hatches

breaking out of the shell

 

. What is some animal life cycles

Adult Frog

life cycle of the frog

life cycle of the ladybug

 life cycle of the sea turtle, salmon, cheetah

.How do reptiles, fish, and birds change as they grow

 reptiles, fish and birds do not go through metamorphosis

Life Cycle of a Frog . they look similar to adults of their kind when they hatch

 

LIFE CYCLE OF LADYBUG

What is the life cycle of a mammal

most mammals do not hatch from eggs

 . they are born alive

 they look like their parents

Life Cycle Of

 they grow stronger and lose fat Ladybug Larvae

 they grow into adults that can reproduce Adul

Pupa spowning adult Salmon

Life

Cycle

Life Cycle

of a Turtle

Hatching

molt

Adult

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Mammal Life Cycle Mammals do not hatch from Young mammals are hom live. They look much like their parents from the start Adult mu s feed and care for their young As they prow, you lose fit and w wronger

 

LESSON SUMMARY Lesson 1 : Plant Life Cycles

IMPORTANT VOCABULARY

seed

structure that can grow into a new plant embryo

young plant germinate

begin to grow flower

plant structure that makes seeds pollination

movement of pollen from the male part of a flower to a female part Fruit

structure that holds seeds cones

plant structures that make seeds spores

not a seed but can make a new plant

not a seed but can make a bulb

underground stem

. How do plants grow

Life Cycle of a Plant

 plants need a seed to grow

 A young plant is called an embryo

How do plants make seeds

 plants that use flowers to make seeds are called

flowering plants pollination the movement of pollen from the

male part of the flower to the female part

 What is a plant's life cycle

 how a plant germinates, grows and reproduces is known as a PLANT LIFE CYCLE

. How do plants grow without seeds

 plants that do not make seeds have SPORES

 Plants can grow from white spots or "eyes" on a potato plant

 other plants grow from an underground stem

called a bulb Cross pollination pollen

. Pollen from tamen sticks to be

as it is a foto collect food

. Polien on the beesbos

to a pistol of a flower on the other plant

PLANT Life Cycle Mature Tree with it W IR pollen

 The B rave to another plant of the

 

LESSON SUMMARY Lesson 3 : From Parents to Young

IMPORTANT VOCABULARY

trait

a feature of a living thing

heredity

passing on of traits from parents to young

inherited traits

traits that come from parents

off spring

an organism's young ( the babies ) learned traits

new skills that organisms learn

 

. What are inherited traits

 inherited traits are traits that come from parents-a flowers shape and color, eye color, number of legs

. Which traits are not inherited

 learned traits are not inherited- we have to learn them

riding a bicycle

learning a language

 learned traits are not passed from parent to child

 

LESSON SUMMARY Lesson 4 : Food Chains and Food Webs

IMPORTANT VOCABULARY

ecosystem
environment where living and nonliving things interact

food chain
shows how energy moves from one organism to another

producer
can make its own food

consumer
an organism that eats other organisms

decomposer
an organism that breaks down dead plant and animal material

food web
food chains that connect

predators
hunt other organisms

prey
what predators hunt

 herbivores
eat only plants

 carnivore
eats other animals

herbivore
eats plants and animals


. What is an ecosystem

 an environment where living and nonliving
things live together and interact

.What is a food chain

 a food chain shows how energy passes from one organism to another

.What is a food web
 food chains that connect


 Why are decomposers important
 decomposers eat dead material
They release nutrients into water or soil nutrients help plants and other organism to grow worms, mold, mushrooms and some insects and snails are decomposers
 

CHAPTER 4 TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

LESSON SUMMARY Lesson 1 : Technology

IMPORTANT VOCABULARY

technology

all the ways people change nature to meet their needs

system

a group of parts that work together to solve a problem

 scientific advance

an important scientific discovery

globalization

the way technology makes the world seem smaller

. What is technology

 the ways in which people change nature to meet their needs

computers, phones and cars are technology

 A system is a group of parts that work together to solve a problem

. How do communication systems connect people

a communication system has four basic parts

. input

. process

. output

. feedback

 communication systems help us connect to other people- sending an email, making a call

. How is technology used in medicine

 we use a stethoscope

we use X-rays

 MRI's lets doctors look inside the body

 PROSTHETICS- artificial limbs that people who have lost legs or arms can use

. How will technology shape the future

 we don't know, but we can predict

 the internet will improve

 people might rely more on solar power rather than fossil fuels

 

CHAPTER 4 TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

Lesson 3 : Technology and the Environment

IMPORTANT VOCABULARY

ethics

rules

conserve

use resources wisely

landfills

places where garbage is dumped

biodegradable

garbage that breaks down quickly and naturally

. How does technology impact society

 technology has changed society

 sometimes we get positive results and sometimes negative results

example : computers make communication easier-POSITIVE

computers can be used to steal your personal information-NEGATIVE

. How does technology affect nature

 technology can have good and bad effects on the environment

EXAMPLE : DDT

 DDT is a chemical that kills weeds and pests- GOOD EFFECT

 DDT can also poison water. this affected fish and birds - BAD EFFECT

. How is technology helping to protect the environment

landfills have been designed

Some garbage is biodegradable- apple cores, banana peels and paper

 New technology is helping to turn trash into fuel

Landfills give off methane gas

Scientists collect the gas and it can be used as energy

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