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Outstanding resources available -AQA chemistry, biology and physics lessons. -Differentiated science worksheets compatible with all exam boards. -Brilliant splat AfL powerpoints. -Engaging 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' themed AfL science quizzes.

Outstanding resources available -AQA chemistry, biology and physics lessons. -Differentiated science worksheets compatible with all exam boards. -Brilliant splat AfL powerpoints. -Engaging 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' themed AfL science quizzes.
Group 0, Group 1, Group 7 | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Group 0, Group 1, Group 7 | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Very engaging starter where students identify the parts of the periodic table. -Teacher notes for practical including a list of equipment, risk assessment and a video based method. -An exciting demonstration practical where pupils observe group one alkali metals reacting with water. -A very well strucured worksheet task where pupils create word and symbol equations for group one metals reacting with water, write down their observation for the demonstration and draw the electronic configuration of group one elements. -Several self and peer assessment opportunities. -Well explained videos on the properties of groups one, seven and zero elements. -A brilliant fill in the blanks task where students explain why reactivity of group one and seven elements changes as you go down the group, -A thrilling game where pupils stand back to back and describe to their partners group 0 keywords they can see on the board, whilst the partner has to guess the word. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.
Equations | Biology | Chemistry | Physics | AQA | Combined & Triple Science | Worksheets | Revision
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Equations | Biology | Chemistry | Physics | AQA | Combined & Triple Science | Worksheets | Revision

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Fantastic pupil led worksheets and activities: -Includes ALL Chemistry, Biology and Physics equations and calculations. -Engaging tasks where pupils need to determine the formula, equation and units for each calculation. -For AQA combined trilogy, combined synergy and triple science. -Higher tier and triple science formulas clearly highlighted. -Answers for every equation. -Units specified for each calculation. -Can be used a powerpoint activity or printed as worksheets. -Clearly indicates which equations need to be memorised and which equations are given in the exam. -Every calculation in B1, B2, C1, C2, P1 and P2 covered!
Nanoparticles | Nanotechnology | Chemistry | GCSE 9-1
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Nanoparticles | Nanotechnology | Chemistry | GCSE 9-1

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Great starter to ease pupils into the topic; unscramble the title and arrange images smallest to biggest. -Well structured exam questions, with text to refer back to and figure out the answers. -Excellent numeracy task; calculate the size of nanoparticles in standard form and convert to significant figures. -Brilliant literacy task; identify and correct 11 spelling, punctuation and grammar mistakes related to the risks and uses of nanoparticles. -Very engaging maths in science task; calculate surface area to volume ratio of various nanoparticles. -Answers for every main activity! -Challenge and extension tasks for every activity. -Plenary; video showing practical use of nanoparticles.
Periodic Table & Atoms | Who Wants to be a Millionaire | Game | Revision
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Periodic Table & Atoms | Who Wants to be a Millionaire | Game | Revision

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-Very engaging quiz on atoms and the periodic table. -Excellent AfL resource which can be used with ABCD cards, mini whiteboards or as an in-class test. -Very versatile. Pupils can be tested individually or as teams. -Compatible with all biology exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR). -Questions cover the following Chemistry topics: *Atomic structure *Mass number *Atomic number *Elements *Proton, neutron and electron calculations *Electronic configuration *Parts of the periodic table (Noble gases, Halogens, Transition metals, Alkali metals, metals and non metals) *Sub atomic particle charges and mass number *Electronic structure
Covalent Bonding AQA C1 4.2 New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Covalent Bonding AQA C1 4.2 New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Starter to ease pupils into the topic. Using the periodic table, students have to work out the number of electrons in the outer shell of various elements. -Very well explained video on the properties of covalent bonds - good for visual learners. -A very well structured worksheet task where pupils have to draw a dot and cross diagram, the structural formula and the chemical formula for molecules which have a single covalent bond. -Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities. -Brilliant worksheet task where pupils have to draw a dot and cross diagram, the structural formula and the chemical formula for molecules which have a double or triple covalent bond. -Exciting AfL task where pupils use mini whiteboards to demonstrate their progress. -Research task where pupils have to answer questions on the properties of covalent bonds. -Engaging game which requires pupils to describe keywords on the board, whilst standing back to back. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary. *The paid version of this resource has differentiated worksheets for single, double and covalent bonds as well as an explanation slide on how covalent bonds form. If you liked this resource, why not try it out?
Periodic Table Label Worksheets (Differentiated)
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Periodic Table Label Worksheets (Differentiated)

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Three excellently differentiated worksheets.  Engaging activity where pupils have to label the different parts of the periodic table. Very well structured and scaffolded according to ability. Excellent for visual learners. Compatible with all chemistry exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR).
Ionic Bonding Activity Worksheets (Differentiated)
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Ionic Bonding Activity Worksheets (Differentiated)

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Three excellently differentiated worksheets. Engaging activity where pupils have to draw atoms and their relevant ions using a dot and cross diagram. Compatible with all chemistry exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR). Tags: Ion - Charge - Atom - Group Number - Periodic Table - Bonding - Ionic Bonding - Electrostatic Force - Electrostatic Charge - Metal - Non metal - Electron - Shell
Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Complete set of outstanding pupil-led lesson PowerPoints and worksheets which covers the AQA C1 4.1 unit. Includes the following content: 4.1.1.1 Atoms, elements and compounds 4.1.1.2 Mixtures 4.1.1.3 The development of the model of the atom 4.1.1.4 Relative electrical charges of subatomic particles 4.1.1.5 Size and mass of atoms 4.1.1.6 Relative atomic mass 4.1.1.7 Electronic structure 4.1.2.1 The periodic table 4.1.2.2 Development of the periodic table 4.1.2.3 Metals and non-metals 4.1.2.4 Group 0 4.1.2.5 Group 1 4.1.2.6 Group 7 4.1.3.1 Comparison (of transition metals) with Group 1 elements 4.1.3.2 Typical properties (of transition metals)
Atoms, Elements, Compounds, Mixtures | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Atoms, Elements, Compounds, Mixtures | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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-A very well structured starter which introduces the atomic structure. -Thought-provoking task where pupils define element, compound and mixture. -Fun diagram based task where pupils label elements, compounds and mixtures. -Very engaging activity where pupils identify the elements present in a compound, by using the periodic table. -Numerous self and peer assessment tasks. -Table activity where pupils distinguish the number of atoms and elements present in a compound. -Exciting mini whiteboard task. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.
Electrolysis | AQA C1 4.4 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Electrolysis | AQA C1 4.4 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Starter to ease pupils into the topic; pupils need to construct the reactivity series. -Detailed description of the reactivity series. -Well structured task which requires students to label an electrolysis diagram. -Excellent and relevant videos to explain each concept. -Thought provoking fill in the blanks task where pupils describe the process of electrolysis and how ions behave. -Engaging activity on oxidation and reduction reactions. -Creative task requiring students to work out the ions formed at each electrode in aqueous solutions and molten compounds. -Questions on the process of aluminium oxide electrolysis. -Excellent half equations task. -Answers with every activity. -Engaging game which requires pupils to describe keywords on the board, whilst standing back to back. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.
Rates of Reaction | Moving Splat!!! | Game | Revision
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Rates of Reaction | Moving Splat!!! | Game | Revision

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-The words MOVE in this splat game!!! Making it a more interactive and challenging game. -Very engaging game on rates of reaction and chemical reactions. -Excellent AfL resource which can be used with rulers, mini whiteboards or as an in-class test. -Very versatile. Pupils can be tested individually or as teams. -Can be used as a starter, main, or plenary. -Links in well with topics related to exothermic and endothermic reactions.  -Compatible with all chemistry exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR).
Covalent Bonding Activity Worksheets (Differentiated)
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Covalent Bonding Activity Worksheets (Differentiated)

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6 excellently differentiated worksheets: -3 worksheets for single covalent bonds (for low, mid and high ability pupils). -3 worksheets for double and triple covalent bonds (for low, mid and high ability pupils). -Engaging activity where pupils have to draw covalently bonded compounds using a dot and cross diagram. -Thought provoking tasks which require students to work out the structural formula and chemical formula of compounds, after drawing them. -Answer sheet available for every worksheet. -Compatible with all chemistry exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR). Tags: Covalent - Bond - Atom - Group Number - Periodic Table - Bonding - Non metal - Electron - Shell
Development of the Periodic Table | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Development of the Periodic Table | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -An engaging starter where pupils extract information from a text in order to label the parts of the atom. -Recap of the charge and the mass of each subatomic particle. -Recap of what the atomic and mass numbers represent. -A very well structured worksheet task where pupils label the different parts of the modern periodic table. -Self and peer assessment opportunities throughout the lesson. -Excellent video on how the periodic table was developed. -Brilliant literacy task where pupils answer questions on how Newlands developed his version of the periodic table. -Another fantastic literacy task where pupils describe how Mendeleev developed Newlands’ periodic table. -An exciting AfL task where pupils stand back-to-back and describe keywords they can see on the board, without using the actual word. The other pupils have to guess the keyword their partner is describing! -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.
Electrolysis | Moving Splat!!! | Game | Revision
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Electrolysis | Moving Splat!!! | Game | Revision

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-The words MOVE in this splat game!!! Making it a more interactive and challenging game. -Very engaging game on electrolysis. -Excellent AfL resource which can be used with rulers, mini whiteboards or as an in-class test. -Very versatile. Pupils can be tested individually or as teams. -Can be used as a starter, main, or plenary. -Links in well with topics related to aluminium oxide, brine water and copper electrolysis and the reactivity series.  -Compatible with all chemistry exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR).
Properties of Transition Metals, Metals & Non Metals  | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Properties of Transition Metals, Metals & Non Metals | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Very engaging starter where pupils identify the parts of the periodic table. -Well structured, match the keywords activity - relating to the properties of elements in the periodic table. -Videos which explain the properties of metals, transition metals and alkali metals - very good for visual learners. -Fun activity where students arrange statements relating to metals and non metals into the correct column. -Peer or self assessment after each task. -Engaging task where pupils compare the properties of alkali (group 1) metals and transition metals. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.
Periodic Table | Moving Splat!!! | Game | Revision
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Periodic Table | Moving Splat!!! | Game | Revision

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-The words move in this splat game!!! Making it a more interactive and challenging game. -Very engaging game on the periodic table of elements and its history. -Excellent AfL resource which can be used with rulers, mini whiteboards or as an in-class test. -Very versatile. Pupils can be tested individually or as teams. -Links in well with topics related to atomic structure, reactivity, elements, compounds and mixtures.  -Compatible with all chemistry exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR).
Size & Mass of Atoms & Electrical Charges of Subatomic Particles | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Size & Mass of Atoms & Electrical Charges of Subatomic Particles | AQA C1 4.1 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Literacy starter where pupils read information in order to label the parts of an atom. -Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities. -Research task where pupils discover the electrical charge, mass and location of sub atomic particles. -Example questions on how to use the periodic table to determine the atomic number, mass number, number of protons, number of electrons and number of neutrons for an element. -Engaging task where pupils use the periodic table to determine the atomic number, mass number, number of protons, number of electrons and number of neutrons for an element. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.
Isotopes & Relative Atomic Mass | AQA C1 4.1, P1 4.4 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Isotopes & Relative Atomic Mass | AQA C1 4.1, P1 4.4 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Literacy starter where pupils read information in order to label the parts of an atom. -Recap of the charge and mass of sub-atomic particles. -Very well explained video on what isotopes are and how to calculate the average relative atomic mass of an element - which appears on the periodic table. -Engaging activity where pupils calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons in various isotopes. -Fill in the blanks task where pupils describe what an isotope is. -Challenging task where pupils calculate the average relative atomic mass (RAM) of different elements, based on the percentage abundance of its isotopes. -Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary. The content in this lesson appears in both C1 and P1
Relative Formula Mass | AQA C1 4.3 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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Relative Formula Mass | AQA C1 4.3 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson including: -Starter which recaps atoms, elements and compounds. -Engaging video on how to calculate RFM using the periodic table. -Very descriptive slides on using the periodic table to calculate RFM. -Well structured activity on making use of the periodic table to calculate relative formula mass. -Plenty of self and peer assessment opportunities. -Well structured, pupil-led task on moles, again helping pupils make use of the periodic table. -Challenging exam questions with emphasis on numeracy and the use of the periodic table. -Very stimulating mini whiteboard plenary where pupils guess the RFM or mole of a substance.
The Development of the Model of the Atom | AQA C1 4.1, P1 4.4  | New Spec 9-1 (2018)
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The Development of the Model of the Atom | AQA C1 4.1, P1 4.4 | New Spec 9-1 (2018)

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Outstanding pupil-led lesson which includes: -Well structured starter which allows pupils to recall the parts of an atom, whilst reinforcing literacy skills. -Self assessment tasks after each activity. -Engaging video on how the nuclear model was accepted by scientists. -Three thought-provoking questions on the alpha particle scattering experiment. -Fun activity where pupils have to sort statements regarding the nuclear model and the plum pudding model into the correct column. -Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary. *According to the AQA spec, the exact same content is part of the P1 and C1 units.