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AQA NEW GCSE THEORY 3.1.1 ENTERPRISE

AQA NEW GCSE THEORY 3.1.1 ENTERPRISE

A range of outstanding lessons covering the whole of unit 3.1.1 Enterprise section of the new specification. 2/3 lessons Powerpoint includes starter, learning objectives, tasks (with timers) and progress checks. Lesson resources are also included
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AQA NEW GCSE THEORY 3.1.1 PEOPLE

AQA NEW GCSE THEORY 3.1.1 PEOPLE

An outstanding lesson covering unit 3.1.1 People section of the new specification. Powerpoint includes starter, learning objectives, tasks (with timers) and progress checks.
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AQA NEW GCSE THEORY - 3.2 TIMBER

AQA NEW GCSE THEORY - 3.2 TIMBER

A range of outstanding lessons covering large majority of unit 3.2 timbers section of the specification. Approximately 3/4 lessons Powerpoint includes starters, learning objectives, tasks (with timers) and progress checks. Student Powerpoints included to be printed or sent to students to use during lessons (challenge and scaffolding included in these) Powerpoint covers: Softwoods and hardwoods Sources and origins Standard components
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AQA NEW GCSE Style Questions and MS

AQA NEW GCSE Style Questions and MS

Assessment questions in the style of the new AQA GCSE exam. Style is taken from specimen paper to ensure students are getting used to typical questions asked. Word document included to edit! Assessment should take 40 minutes (mark a minute) Questions covering: Standard multiple choice Properties of materials Industrial manufacture UNIT 1 Technology push/market pull Enterprise - funding Obsolescence Inclusive design Automation
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GCSE 1-9 Design & Technology - Unit 2 - Energy storage worksheet

GCSE 1-9 Design & Technology - Unit 2 - Energy storage worksheet

Match up activity to start - based around different types of energy. Moves on to look at how mechanical and chemical energy is stored. We did a learning activity in the lesson then the students went back to the sheet to complete it. Answers below. Mechanical storage Compression Tension Motion Chemical storage Batteries Gases Solid fuel Food Finishing with a flow diagram exercise where students work out where they have gained, used and lost energy throughout the day.
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