Features of science complete lesson
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Features of science complete lesson

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Complete set of resources for the features of science lesson from the Research Methods topic for AQA Psychology A-Level (2015 specification 4.2.3). Created by a consistently outstanding ALPS 2 Psychology teacher with 7 years of A-Level Psychology teaching experience. Resources include the full PowerPoint of the lesson with learning objectives and differentiated success criteria, bingo quiz with questions, worksheets and relevant exam questions. These resources cover all of the elements of the specification for this part of the topic. The activities are differentiated based on a bronze, silver, gold medal system with the gold level tasks being the most challenging. These activities cover the knowledge, application and evaluation skills of the course. Additional challenge tasks are included to really stretch the top end. Exam questions have been sourced for the lesson and include reference to the paper they originated from so that mark schemes can be found quickly and easily. The questions cover the range of skills for the lesson. To preview the quality of my content, please see my Psychology teaching and learning blog: http://flmpsychologypedagogy.blogspot.com/ If you purchase the topic and would like any hints and tips about the activities provided, please do not hesitate to contact me through my blog.
Springs Calculation Practice  by SciencEd
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Springs Calculation Practice by SciencEd

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Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about how to effectively use the force, extension and spring constant, and EPE equations. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify the correct equation for a given scenario. *Describe the relationship between force and extension in a spring. Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Explain, using calculation, which spring stores the most energy. *Apply your understanding of energy stored in a spring to calculation the difference in energy when a spring is stretched further. Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Link your understanding of force, extension and spring constant to calculate how much energy is stored in a spring from the force applied to it. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
C6 Electrolysis AQA Combined Science
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C6 Electrolysis AQA Combined Science

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Prezi presentation of the entire C6 unit (Electrolysis) of the AQA Combined Trilogy GCSE 9-1. Showing good links between all 4 lessons, easy maneuvering for depth in learning.
L45 Chemistry Combined Science Triology: Catalysts
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L45 Chemistry Combined Science Triology: Catalysts

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These lessons have been created for the New Combined Science Trilogy course and are linked to the new AQA specification. Each lesson varies in its content and are sold individually but they are also available as a complete BUNDLE (see bundles and SAVE). Lessons include: - Lesson Plan – a clear overview of the lesson, links to specification, three main objectives, keywords, resources, starters, 3 main activities and plenaries. Ideas are also included for differentiation for lower and more able students. - PowerPoint – with lesson objectives and keywords on each slide. - Additional resources – printable sheets for starters/plenaries/investigations. - Support sheets – guidance for demonstrations and practical activities All of these lessons will be continually updated (see www.achieveinscience.com) and so please continue to revisit these resources for the most up to date resources. If you have purchased the draft specification lessons, please email for the instructions on how to get your lessons updated to the new specification – orders@achieveinscience.com Lessons in the series include: Paper 2 41 Rate of Reaction - Effect of concentration 42 Rate of Reaction - Effect of temperature 43 Rate of Reaction - Effect of surface area 44 Rate of Reaction - Collision Theory 45 Rate of Reaction - Catalysts 46 Reversible Reactions 47 Equilibrium (Higher) 48 Equilibrium (Higher) 49 Crude Oil 50 Fractional Distillation 51 Properties of Hydrocarbons 52 Cracking 53 Pure Substances 54 Chromatography 55 Identification 56/57 Earth's Atmosphere 58 Greenhouse Effect 59 Carbon Footprint 60 Atmospheric Pollutants 61 Using Resources 62 Potable Water 63 Waste Water Treatment 64 Extracting Metals (HT) 65 Life Cycle
The place of Computer Science
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The place of Computer Science

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John Slater, Seb Schmoller and a wider consultative group have framed some views on this question, in the form of a response to three questions: To get the next generation of comp scientists do we need CS in the NC? Where do we put CS? Should CS be only for those who are interested or for all?
Science Museum Treasure Trail
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Science Museum Treasure Trail

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This activity is designed to get students to focus and observe the items in the Science Museum e.g. Watson and Crick’s DNA, the enigma machine, Stephenson’s Rocket, petri dish of Fleming’s Penicillium mould etc. Suitable for 11-16 years olds. Answers are included. I have put together 2 tasks for them to complete in teams of 3-4 students. The whole quiz/treasure trail will take ~2 hours dependent on the competiviteness of the group and the team working skills. Task 1: Students need to find the answers to 30 questions in various parts of the museum and complete the answer sheet provided. Task 2: Students need to take 6 team selfies by 6 different objects in the museum. The answer sheet needs to be submitted to a teacher and these will be marked and the group with the highest score will win a prize. The selfies also need to be shown to a member of staff at the end of the trip. Feedback was extremely positive from my students - 15 year old boys. They really enjoyed it and learned something too!
Science - Matierials Worksheets
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Science - Matierials Worksheets

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This is a group of worksheets I made to use with a special needs class. I used these worksheets blown up to A3. They have boxes for answers. I used these to record learning after mini experiements etc.
Science Christmas Quiz 2018
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fosterpaul

Science Christmas Quiz 2018

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Christmas Quiz for use within Science lessons towards the end of term. There are 13 Quiz rounds to choose from (I usually have the folder open on the board and let one team at a time choose which round we do). There is a combination of science specific rounds, loosely based science rounds and nothing to do with science rounds.
Science Christmas Activities
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Science Christmas Activities

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A selection of Science Christmas activities on a A3 worksheet that are designed for a class competition. Lots of puzzles (wordsearch, riddles, codes, anagrams etc) and a few Science problems. Includes a easier version and sheet with all the answers. A periodic table is required to work out the codes.
Scratch Games Design for Computer Science
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Scratch Games Design for Computer Science

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This is a whole unit of work with a variety of different lessons which aims to take students from basic understanding of the Scratch coding environment to students who develop games. Differentiated resource with clear instructions and challenging advanced activities for students who are capable
8Ke Paying for electricity (Exploring Science)
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8Ke Paying for electricity (Exploring Science)

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Starter: What determines the cost of your electricity bill? The lesson then covers: Calculating the cost of electricity - with model answer & practice questions Preventing heat transfers in the home Calculating payback time - with model answer & practice questions Plenary: Quick quiz All tasks are differentiated by input as bronze, silver and gold challenges which students can self-select or be directed to. Extension tasks are also included on the slides. Worksheets needed: none - diagrams on final slides Written in conjunction with Pearsons Exploring Science text book (although the content can be used with any exam board).
Energy Science Unit
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Energy Science Unit

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Looking for fun and engaging Energy activities? This All About Energy resource has everything you need for an interactive science unit in your classroom. It includes posters, word cards, energy unit booklet, lap book guide, energy activities, workbook, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 5 pdf files: Energy Booklet, Posters and Word Cards, Fun Matter Workbook, Lap Book Guide, and Writing Activities Booklet. All About Energy Booklet ☼ What is energy? ☼ What is the main source of energy for life on Earth? ☼ What are the two main types of energy? ☼ What are the different forms of energy? ☼ What is light? ☼ How does light travel? ☼ What is sound? ☼ How is sound produced? ☼ What is heat? ☼ How does heat flow through solid materials? ☼ What is electricity? ☼ How does electricity flow? ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ ACTIVITIES ☼ Combining Lights ☼ Transparent, Translucent, and Opaque ☼ A Shadow Puppet Show ☼ Studying Shadows ☼ Seeing Vibrations ☼ Medium of Sound ☼ A Simple Stethoscope ☼ A Wind Instrument ☼ Heat Conduction ☼ Exploring Temperature ☼ Exploring a Flashlight ☼ My Own Circuit Fun Energy Workbook ☼ Crossword Puzzle ☼ Word Search ☼ Is it Energy? ☼ What is Energy? ☼ Potential and Kinetic Energy ☼ Fact or Opinion ☼ Reading Comprehension: Energy ☼ Reading Comprehension: Light ☼ Which is a Luminous Source? ☼ Sources of Light ☼ Transparent, Translucent, or Opaque ☼ Transparent Objects ☼ Translucent Objects ☼ Opaque Objects ☼ Light and Shadow ☼ Reading Comprehension: Sound ☼ Sources of Sound ☼ Uses of Sound ☼ Reading Comprehension: Heat ☼ Sources of Heat ☼ Reading Comprehension: Electricity ☼ Which Uses Electricity? ☼ Components of an Electric Circuit ☼ Answer Key ☼ Certificate of Achievement ☼ Copyright page Posters and Word Cards ☼ 24 Posters ☼ 24 Word Cards See sample word cards here. Lap Book Guide Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Forms of Energy ☼ Note-taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Further Research ☼ Expository Writing ☼ Story Writing
Science Fair Project
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Science Fair Project

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Science Fair Project Student Guide. Includes 100 science project ideas, directions for creating a science fair project, how to graph and record data, and how to make a display board with dimensions and helpfu hints for success. I have also added information on how to create a logbook with rubric, parent letter, parent tips, a list of helpful websites, and a volunteer form. 19 pages. Enjoy! - HappyEdugator
Ethics of Science and technology
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Ethics of Science and technology

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Based around the theme of Biological ethics, specifically gene therapy in Rise of the planet of the apes - covers content such as transgenics, designer babies and stem cell use. Students work in groups to evaluate each one and make a decision about which to support.
LIGHT & SOUND - science workbooklet
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LIGHT & SOUND - science workbooklet

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A 30 page workbooklet for lower secondary science, primary science or special education students. Filled with active, visual and practical tasks about describing light, images, light observations, light reflections, refractions, senses for light, eye structure, colour & filters, describing sound, ear structure, sound & vibrations, hearing sound and more. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist science teacher can deliver this workbooklet with confidence, science teachers can add ideas, and many student will self-direct their learning. Workbooklet also includes Additional Teaching Suggestions, Learning Checklists, Learning Feedback sheets.
Women In Science
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Women In Science

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A lesson looking at Women in Science and the contributions they have made, hopefully inspiring young girls in Schools to consider a career in STEM fields. Starter: Work out what all the pictures have in common (all discoveries made by women), match up the questions to the percentage answers. Main:Task 1- complete the 'Women In Science Factfind' worksheet using the computers. Task 2- Create a factfile about a particular woman in Science. 5 factfiles to go through as a class to give them an idea of what to include. Plenary: Sharing in pairs information about their woman in Science, then presenting to the group interesting facts about their woman in Science. Homework: Produce a poster or leaflet to persuade more women / girls to get into scientific fields of work. The last slide has links to different organisation that work to get more women into scientific fields of work.
Back to School Science Quiz 2018
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Back to School Science Quiz 2018

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New of Term Science Quiz to use with all secondary year groups and classes. QUIZ ROUNDS: 1 LEGENDS OF SCIENCE (Scientist identification) 2. SCIENCE IN THE NEWS (2018) 3. BLUE PLANET II (Trailer recall) 4. GENERAL SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE (bio, chem and physics) 5. THE WRONG ROUND (Spotting what is scientifically wrong about each slide) 6. INVENTIONS SCRAMBLE (Unscramble as many inventions in the time limit) ANSWERS TIE BREAKERS DINGBATS JUST DANCE FORFEIT “Swish Swish” or "Nae Nae’ Engaging and Fun quiz, Minimal work required by teacher. Enjoy :D
Inheritance, Year 6 Science
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Inheritance, Year 6 Science

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With a specific focus on cross-breed dogs. Recognise that living things produce offspring of the same kind, but normally offspring vary and are not identical to their parents