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Topic 10 (AQA) GCSE new spec 2 worksheets (differentiated): corrosion

Topic 10 (AQA) GCSE new spec 2 worksheets (differentiated): corrosion

Based on the AQA GCSE triple course (AQA and Edexcel references included), but could be used for any board. Students complete the exam style questions based on the corrosion of iron experiment. The questions are given approximate grades of 1 - 9: the harder worksheet is approximate grades 4 - 9 and the easier/foundation one is approximate grades 3 - 5. Potential answers are given in a separate word document. objectives: subject knowledge, maths, exam technique, scientific method differentiation: 2 worksheets of different levels of diffiiculty good for: homework, cover, catch up sheet for absent students; part of a lesson; part of an independent project if lesson time is short
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Topic 10 (AQA) GCSE new spec  3 (differentiated) worksheets for materials and their properties

Topic 10 (AQA) GCSE new spec 3 (differentiated) worksheets for materials and their properties

Based on the AQA triple course, but will work for other boards (AQA and Edexcel references included). The students have to complete a table about the production, properties , uses and examples of composites, alloys, polymers and ceramics. They then need to decide on which properties make a material suitable to particular jobs. good for: part of a lesson, homework, catch up sheet for absent students, cover, part of an independent project if lesson time is short. differentiation: 3 levels of difficulty, the easiest is suggested for foundation triple students, but could also be an easier worksheet again for higher students. The foundation sheet could be used for KS3 Suggested answers included in a separate document
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The Periodic Table- Basic Information

The Periodic Table- Basic Information

These 4 worksheets are intended for very low ability students. The first page is a very simple text outlining an aspect of the Periodic Table. The second page of each worksheet is a simple comprehension task, and a sentence matching task. All sheets have the same format so students can become used to what they are expected to do. The sheets are intended as a starter to revise work previously covered before moving on to new content. The answers are included on the student sheet, to be cut off and stuck in to save students writing corrections, or to allow students who are ill to have the answers. Students can also be given the answers to self-mark work.
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