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CIE Nuclear Radioactivity Extended Practice (Past Paper) Questions

CIE Nuclear Radioactivity Extended Practice (Past Paper) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on Nuclear Radioactivity. It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes (for structured questions) to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones.
andrewbaker88
AQA 9-1 GCSE Introduction to Germ Theory and Louis Pastuer

AQA 9-1 GCSE Introduction to Germ Theory and Louis Pastuer

This lesson introduces students to earlier attempts to understand the cause of disease, as well as the leading theories of the 19th century before the discovery of germ theory. Students use the Oxford University Press book to support with some of the activities.
Warras
How do we talk about Literature?

How do we talk about Literature?

Give students the confidence they need to talk about literature by arming them with the right terms and language. There are so many factors that go into making meaning in texts and these 3 handy resources are just the beginning.
WeTeachWell
Bridge to Terabithia add ons.

Bridge to Terabithia add ons.

2 simple quizz activities and a vocab list that compliment the study of Katherine Paterson's popular novel Bridge to Terabithia. These could be used in any class and offer the benefit of being useful in mixed ability classes.
WeTeachWell
Planning Perfection

Planning Perfection

Keep your planning simple and up to date with these 2 colourful templates. The lesson planning template has sections for the information that teachers really need. DIW - Did it work? What interruptions occurred to the lesson and what did you not get to? Most important, did they learn what you needed them to? The to-do list gives you a page for the week that lets you see at a glance what is coming up. It is not helpful to add more items n a to-do list than it is possible to complete so we have deliberately limited the number of spaces. And made room for some fun things.
WeTeachWell
Apple Dunk.

Apple Dunk.

How to play apple dunk: procedural writing in a sequence frame for promoting fine motor and writing skills with helping word and picture cards, count and find the hidden picture, find the extra word and write a story exercise.
butterbeans65
Chocolate Apple.

Chocolate Apple.

How to make chocolate apples: Procedural writing in a sequence frame for promoting fine motor and writing skills with helping word and picture cards, count and find the hidden picture, find the extra word and write a story exercise.
butterbeans65
Order of Operations Equivalent Expressions Matching Cards

Order of Operations Equivalent Expressions Matching Cards

I created this product to help my students that the order of operations creates equivalent expressions as the student works toward the solution. This product includes three separate sets of cards that students will match on the work page. The set with numbers is the original order of operations expression. The set with letters is the second step in solving the order of operations expression. The set with symbols is an equivalent expression of the second step of working the expression. The equivalent expressions include prime factorization, integer equivalents, and fraction/decimal equivalents. Each set of cards is printed with a different border. If you would like to use only one color of card stock, students will be able to differentiate the sets and match the borders with the borders on the work mat. I prefer to print each set on a different color of card stock so that students can easily see that they must have one card from each color to successfully complete the activity. Once students have matched the cards, they can self-check using a printed copy of the answer key. This activity is also easily used with the Seesaw app. I’ve also included an accountability sheet if you’d like students to record their answers for your review.
njlougheed
Halloween Mask.

Halloween Mask.

How to make a Halloween mask: Procedural writing in a sequence frame for promoting fine motor and writing skills with helping word and picture cards, count and find the hidden picture, find the extra word and write a story exercise.
butterbeans65