KS3 new for the Activate 1 unit ‘Particles and their Behaviour’. Full lesson ready to use straight ‘out of the box’. Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing plenary sections for progress checking Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Covers an hour lesson of content matched to the specification 31 ppt slides Please give constructive feedback :D
CC1 lesson for the new Edexcel Science GCSE, looking at states of matter. Including: what the states of matter are, properties of the states of matter, particle theory, changes of state, predicting states of matter, cooling curve practical and heating curves.
**Updated April 2021** various fixes as requested **Updated April 2018** Now includes assessments for both combined science and triple. **Updated July 2016** Now includes foundation friendly lesson on covalent bonding and giant covalent structures, and identify the errors covalent bonding worksheet, where you can draw bad dot-cross diagrams and get the students to fix them. In this pack, you will find lesson powerpoints, worksheet and homeworks for the new AQA Combined Science Trilogy: Chemistry specification - Unit 2: Structure, bonding and the properties of matter. Like my other resources, this will be updated regularly as lessons are developed and improved upon over time. Please note: I have decided to remove "polymers" from this unit, as it lends itself better to unit 7 - organic chemistry. I have also integrated states 'states of matter' and 'state symbols' into the lessons as they don't really deserve their own lessons by year 9/10. I have also included a level differentiated progression of learning map (levels 9-1) for the key skills I try to embed in my classes for students of different working levels. This is very useful for planning assessments too! I hope you enjoy, and find these resources useful, as always I look forward to hearing your feedback. You will find the following lessons in this pack: 188.8.131.52 - Chemical Bonds 184.108.40.206 - Ionic Bonding 220.127.116.11 & 18.104.22.168 - Ionic bonding, structure and properties. 22.214.171.124 - Covalent Bonding 126.96.36.199 & 188.8.131.52 - The properties of simple covalent molecules. 184.108.40.206 & 220.127.116.11 - Giant covalent structures. 18.104.22.168 & 22.214.171.124 & 126.96.36.199 - Metallic bonding Integrated content (states of matter and state symbols) Removed content (polymers).
This is the Development Matters Document on one page. I have used the statements from 3-4 years olds, children in reception and then the ELG in different colours. I stick this page into the back of my learning journeys and use these as a reference point.
This bundle of resources contains 7 whole lessons, along with all additional resources, which meet all learning outcomes within the ‘Molecules & Matter’ unit for the NEW AQA Physics Specification. Lessons include: Density of Materials States of Matter Changes of State Internal Energy Specific Latent Heat Gas Pressure & Temperature Gas Pressure & Volume The lessons contain a mix of differentiated activities, progress checks, practical investigations, exam questions and more than two opportunities, per lesson, for self/peer red-pen assessment of tasks.
Students draw the particles in each state and fill in the gaps to describe the properties. Used with a low ability Y8 class.
A tutor time activity or assembly exploring why attendance matters and why som estudents may not attend school
New Development Matters (2020) statements with Early Learning Goals from the Early Adopter Schools: EYFS Framework. Can be printed on A5 paper to create a handy booklet to carry around during observations. Personally, I print one off for each child and highlight when they have met a statement and keep it in a records folder.
basic powerpoint describing the states of matter
This is a lesson for PSE/RE explaining the Black Lives Movement to students in KS3. There is a video to accompany this on Youtube.
Concept map. Particles, compounds, states of matter.
Hope this ready-to-go power point with a main focus on States of Matter is as useful for you as it is for me. I have tried to incorporate activities within the powerpoint to save on download data: written questions, past paper exam questions; mark schemes, and plenty of AfL throughout. Have fun! Please, please, please leave a review!
This lesson is about Matter. Understand the meaning of matter. Tell the difference between matter and non-matter. A part of a science course for grade 7 (Physics-Energy). The set includes Power-Point presentation and iBook, which is an Interactive Book, where the students fill the blanks that goes in accordance with the PPT slides. In addition there are all the answers to the iBook for the teacher.
Matter: This matter bundle includes all of my cootie catchers on matter. Playing directions and folding Directions (with pictures) are Included. Important: All these Cootie Catchers sell for $7.35; as a bundle they are 25% off, for $5.50! Matter Cootie Catchers Contents: There are 3 different topics about matter which include the following matter vocabulary: ♦ Atomic Structure Vocabulary: Atom, Proton, Neutron, Electron, Nucleus, Electron cloud, Isotope, Element ♦ Element, Compound, & Mixture Vocabulary: Element, Compound, Mixture, Homogeneous mixture, Heterogeneous mixture, Solvent, Solute ♦ States of Matter Vocabulary: Solid, Liquid, Gas, Atom, Element, Compound, Mixture, Molecule And Mass, Volume, Matter, Evaporation, Condensation, Melting, Physical Change, Chemical Change
The first half of the matter topic (5.3) in the Activate 2 scheme of work. Powerpoint which includes notes and questions on elements, compounds, atoms, chemical formulae and polymers. Worksheets also included.
Matter For each topic there is summary and examples are provided. Subtopics: 1-Matter 2-Matter is made of particles 3-How do solids, liquids and gases behave? 4-Melting, freezing and boiling 5-Melting in different solids 6-Melting and boiling points
As education practitioners it is our duty of care to provide our students with reliable information about current affairs and educate them of the continued fight for civil rights. This powerpoint provides an overview of: Why current protests are taking place Historical significance of the fight for civil rights What is the Black Lives Matter movement Denouncing #AllLivesMatter The fight for civil rights in the UK Defining Key Terms How students can be allies Where to find more reliable information Reflective writing task on equality and bringing communities together + self assessment Let’s ensure we educate our young people to avoid history repeating itself. I hope you find this helpful.
New for the AQA Approved KS3 Activate 1 unit. Full lessons ready to use straight ‘out of the box’. Lessons meet the full criteria for this unit Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing Plenary sections for progress checking Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Each lesson covers at least an hour of lesson time LESSONS: L1 The Particle Model L2 States of Matter L3 Melting and Freezing L4 Boiling L5 More Changes of State L6 DIffusion L7 Gas Pressure L8 Inside Particles L9 Pure Substances and Mixtures L10 Solutions L11 Solubility L12 Filtration L13 Evaporation and Distillation L14 Chromatography Please leave constructive feedback :D
A powerpoint and worksheet to develop student understanding of the 3 states of matter using the particle model. The understanding of the particle model is then used to explore how the particle model is used to explain some of the properties of solids, liquids and gases. Model answers for the questions in the worksheet are included in the powerpoint so students can peer assess work and complete DIRT activities. Please note the format shown in the sample shown does not represent the actual view as Comic Sans font is used.
This is an assembly all about George Floyd, what racism is and and what is Black Lives Matter. It includes slides with information and pictures as well as some videos to help explain to students what has happened with the USA protests and why it has happened. It also draws upon the UK riots and has lots of links for further reading, watching and listening for the students. Please note that as this assembly was created during lock down it is designed to be a virtual assembly but can easily be adapted for a normal assembly. It can also be adapted for a lesson. If any of the videos do not work then please let me know and I can forward them to you.
Analysing the lyrics of ‘Black’ by Dave the rapper - Protest poetry, Black Lives Matter. Contains differentiated resource of identified methods and not identified. Explores WHAT/HOW/WHY and context. At least 3 lessons (hours) worth. A follow up lesson by Stormzy which compares to this Dave lesson is also available.