Scientific Apparatus - Card Sort or Flashcards or Wall Display - KS3-General resource for practicalsQuick View

Scientific Apparatus - Card Sort or Flashcards or Wall Display - KS3-General resource for practicals

Approximately 40 photographs and pictures of common science laboratory apparatus used by students in secondary schools at KS3 and KS4. Each picture is accompanied by a separate name plaque. When used as a wall display students can use it as a reference point to use the correct nomenclature for apparatus during practicals. This resource could be used as whole class or paired flash cards or group work card sort. The nature of the resource make it appropriate for KS3 use or use with lower ability KS4. It is a generic resource that helps students to learn the names of lab. equipment in general throughout their course of study. Title plaque - Scientific apparatus Name plaques - beaker splint spatula stirring rod measuring cylinder tripod petri dish boiling tube crucible gauze pippette test-tube Bunsen burner test-tube rack/holder conical flask funnel stopclock tongs round bottom flask thermometer safety goggles microscope scalpel mass/masses slotted masses balance boss clamp stand mortar pestle bung delivery tube gas jar bell jar voltmeter ammeter trough side arm flask Under the national curriculum for England Science KS3 this forms part of 'Working scientifically' subsection 'Experimental skills and investigations' 'use appropriate techniques, apparatus, and materials during fieldwork and laboratory work, paying attention to health and safety make and record observations and measurements using a range of methods for different investigations; and evaluate the reliability of methods and suggest possible improvements'

By ntobi

How we draw scientific apparatusQuick View

How we draw scientific apparatus

This is a simple interactive whiteboard activity to introduce year 7 to scientific apparatus and how to draw it. Page 1 shows what the apparatus looks like, move them aside to reveal how they should be drawn. All the pictures can be moved around the board including the pencil and ruler on page 3.

By m.vickery

Common Lab ApparatusQuick View

Common Lab Apparatus

This can either be used as a card sort if prepared in advance or as a cut & stick exercise. A resource intended for Year 7 classes when they are first introduced to practical work. It will help to familiarise them with the names of common pieces of lab apparatus and allow them to compare 3D pictures to their 2D diagram.

By rachelbarker1980

Distillation Apparatus: Create a Labelled DiagramQuick View

Distillation Apparatus: Create a Labelled Diagram

A differentiated resource for producing a labelled diagram of distillation apparatus. There are two main versions of this activity, but both of them require the information cards. These can be printed out and placed around the room. The first version is an all in one A4 sheet that has the diagram and labels that can be cut out and stuck on. This is better suited to lower ability students, they can find out where the parts are by looking at the information around the room. The second version requires the diagram with no labels. Students have to collect the information from around the room and write it on their diagram. I run this as a memory game, giving students two rules: they can only write on their diagram at their desk, and they cannot move the information sheets.

By ineedtoteachthat

Apparatus Match the PicturesQuick View

Apparatus Match the Pictures

Are you tired of students identifying measuring cylinders as beakers and calling beakers "cups"?? Struggling with students getting names of apparatus wrong in test and in conversations? This is what you have been looking for! THIS is a resource that can be used for all years, particularly Year 7 apparatus identification and induction into secondary science, but also for Applications of Science BTEC course to help ensure students know their pieces of apparatus for their practical examination. The first page has the names of the common apparatus for KS3 and KS4, the second page has the pictures of the apparatus to help students to recognise them. This resource can be used in a number of different ways, depending what you want to do and what your students are familiar with: -A starter or plenary activity -Group work: they're given the cards, separated, and they need to sort and pair as a group. -Pair work: Use the keywords as a question for an opponent to locate the answer. -Give each student a card sort (separated already) as a homework/classwork activity. -Give each student the two pages of cards to stick the words and the symbol back to back to make key idea revision cards to learn for revision. -Choose a few as a starter activity, jumble them up, and pop onto a slide for the beginning of a lesson -Any other use you can think of! Laminate a class set of them if you want to use them repeatedly.

By tlandsberg

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IGCSE_Chemistry_Separation techniques_Mixtures _Criteria for purity_apparatus for measuringQuick View

IGCSE_Chemistry_Separation techniques_Mixtures _Criteria for purity_apparatus for measuring

The resource contains the important instruments and techniques as per IGCSE chemistry. It clearly explains separation techniques and their uses (commonly asked in IGCSE exams theory and ATP papers) along with other objectives such as measurements and criteria for purity. Topics Covered- • Measurement • Pure Substances • Criteria for Purity • Difference between compounds and mixtures • Homogenous mixtures • Heterogenous mixtures • Separation Techniques • Decantation • Filteration • Sublimation • Chromatography • Distillation • Fractional distillation • Crystallisation • Centrifugation

By husain1pipl

FULL scheme of work for 2016 new AQA GCSE Biology COMBINED & TRILOGY includes HTQuick View

FULL scheme of work for 2016 new AQA GCSE Biology COMBINED & TRILOGY includes HT

The full scheme of work created in Excel containing comprehensive and tangible learning objectives for each individual lesson across the entire AQA Biology specification. It is also linked to the skills development criteria for Working Scientifically, Maths and Apparatus & Techniques. Included are homework ideas, keywords corresponding to each lesson together with information clarifying what is NEW on the curriculum. Empty columns to add textbook page references and to hyperlink your current activities and resources in order to streamline your science department.

By AnnaMalone108

Lab Apparatus Close UpQuick View

Lab Apparatus Close Up

Students try to identify the apparatus from close up images. Nice puzzle to pass the time - I've used them for students to do when they have finished an end of unit test early.

By AJLaycock

New AQA GCSE Chemistry Molar Concentrations and TitrationsQuick View

New AQA GCSE Chemistry Molar Concentrations and Titrations

Made for the New AQA GCSE Chemistry spec to be sat summer 2018. This lesson requires titration apparatus using 1M Hydrochloric Acid and Methyl Orange indicator. The students will also need the 0.5M Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate solutions they made in the last lesson.

By Runebeard

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for ECOLOGY unit - Clear Learning ObjectivesQuick View

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for ECOLOGY unit - Clear Learning Objectives

A scheme of work created in Excel containing comprehensive learning objectives for each individual lesson. It is also linked to the skills development criteria for Working Scientifically, Maths and Apparatus & Techniques. Included are homework ideas, keywords corresponding to each lesson together with information clarifying what is NEW on the curriculum. Empty columns to add textbook page references and to hyperlink your current activities and resources in order to streamline your science department. Watch out for the full Biology SoW coming very soon!! Please write a review. Thanks

By AnnaMalone108

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for INHERITANCE, VARIATION & EVOLUTIONQuick View

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for INHERITANCE, VARIATION & EVOLUTION

A scheme of work created in Excel containing comprehensive learning objectives for each individual lesson. It is also linked to the skills development criteria for Working Scientifically, Maths and Apparatus & Techniques. Included are homework ideas, keywords corresponding to each lesson together with information clarifying what is NEW on the curriculum. Empty columns to add textbook page references and to hyperlink your current activities and resources in order to streamline your science department. Watch out for the full Biology SoW coming very soon!! Please write a review. Thanks

By AnnaMalone108

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for INFECTION & RESPONSE  unit - Clear Learning ObjectivesQuick View

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for INFECTION & RESPONSE unit - Clear Learning Objectives

A scheme of work created in Excel containing comprehensive learning objectives for each individual lesson. It is also linked to the skills development criteria for Working Scientifically, Maths and Apparatus & Techniques. Included are homework ideas, keywords corresponding to each lesson together with information clarifying what is NEW on the curriculum. Empty columns to add textbook page references and to hyperlink your current activities and resources in order to streamline your science department. Watch out for the full Biology SoW coming very soon!! Please write a review. Thanks

By AnnaMalone108

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for BIOENERGETICS unit - Clear Learning ObjectivesQuick View

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for BIOENERGETICS unit - Clear Learning Objectives

A scheme of work created in Excel containing comprehensive learning objectives for each individual lesson. It is also linked to the skills development criteria for Working Scientifically, Maths and Apparatus & Techniques. Included are homework ideas, keywords corresponding to each lesson together with information clarifying what is NEW on the curriculum. Empty columns to add textbook page references and to hyperlink your current activities and resources in order to streamline your science department. Watch out for the full Biology SoW coming very soon!! Please write a review. Thanks

By AnnaMalone108

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for ORGANISATION unit - Clear Learning ObjectivesQuick View

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for ORGANISATION unit - Clear Learning Objectives

A scheme of work created in Excel containing comprehensive learning objectives for each individual lesson. It is also linked to the skills development criteria for Working Scientifically, Maths and Apparatus & Techniques. Included are homework ideas, keywords corresponding to each lesson together with information clarifying what is NEW on the curriculum. Empty columns to add textbook page references and to hyperlink your current activities and resources in order to streamline your science department. Watch out for the full Biology SoW coming very soon!! Please write a review. Thanks

By AnnaMalone108

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for HOMEOSTASIS & RESPONSE unit - Clear Learning ObjectivesQuick View

New 2016 AQA Biology GCSE Scheme of Work for HOMEOSTASIS & RESPONSE unit - Clear Learning Objectives

A scheme of work created in Excel containing comprehensive learning objectives for each individual lesson. It is also linked to the skills development criteria for Working Scientifically, Maths and Apparatus & Techniques. Included are homework ideas, keywords corresponding to each lesson together with information clarifying what is NEW on the curriculum. Empty columns to add textbook page references and to hyperlink your current activities and resources in order to streamline your science department. Watch out for the full Biology SoW coming very soon!! Please write a review. Thanks

By AnnaMalone108

AQA A Level Biology Required Practical TrackerQuick View

AQA A Level Biology Required Practical Tracker

A tracker for monitoring student progress in the new AQA A Level Biology required practical tasks for the CPAC skills. The tracker will monitor attendance for each student. Monitor the attainment of CPAC skills for the students in each RP activity. Produce a print out showing the individual performance of each student showing the CPAC skills they have acquired from each RP activity. The tracker can be modified to match the RP activities for Chemistry and Physics by changing the RP titles and use of apparatus criteria on the Titles sheet.

By john_leather

P1 - Generating Electricity and Power StationsQuick View

P1 - Generating Electricity and Power Stations

A variety of lessons and activities you can use to teach this . Generating electricity has an amazing starter and practical requiring students to get a foil turbine to turn using certain apparatus then relating it to the parts in a power station. Brilliant lesson.

By Samia88

Evaporation- PPT and main activityQuick View

Evaporation- PPT and main activity

I used this with my yr 4/5 class. Paused it for discussion after pictures. Then i did a mini investigation as a whole class boiling the kettle and measuring water afterwards got chn to write predictions on post its and put on our though bubble on the wall. Then used the rest of powerpoint explaining evaporation. They did the main activity planning apparatus, method and predictions for own evaporation investigation (two containers, placed in different places) to see what speeds up evaporation. Plenary wet socks asking how i could dry them best.

By Jayney6