GCSE Physics AQA - Space
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Nteach

GCSE Physics AQA - Space

Collection of 3 lessons to cover the subject of 'Space' in the new AQA GCSE Physics specification.
KS3 Space
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fosterpaul

KS3 Space

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Complete KS3 topic about Space. Including days, years, shadows, seasons, the moon, eclipses, the solar system and constellations.
Non-Chronological Report Space
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KatQatresources

Non-Chronological Report Space

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** UPDATED 23rd Feb 2017 Over 70 pages of Non-chronological report writing support. ** Extra writing planning sheets included Now include extra flip book and info sheet. Capturing children's attention and getting them to write a good report can be tall order! Here is a resource which both challenges the upper ability and helps children who are emergent writers to achieve in class. An extensive bank of writing frames and activities for writing a non-chronological report on space. Useful for class projects or cross curricular links. It will supplement your unit of work. This pack includes a colourful poster set to put on your working wall or display. It will save you hours hopefully! The main pack includes: *Information on the planets *Mini Flip book (differentiated) and varied * Detailed word mats - one with vocabulary / one blank * Writing frames for all aspects of writing a non-chronological report * Report writing posters *Question generator writing frames *Facts about the all of the planets *Heading and subheading and topic planner *Non-chronological report planner - different versions *Step by step sub-heading planner *Themed notepaper *Report writing checklist It can also be used as a base knowledge booster for the study of space / planets or a cross curricular link. ** 2 packs 61 pages
Space revision activities KS3
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hephelumps

Space revision activities KS3

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This resource is differentiated by task and also by time to be spent on each. Red activities = hardest, Orange = medium demand Green = easy The stars represent the time to be spent on each ( I change this depending on the ability of the group/ student e.g. each star represents 2 minutes) I usually display on the board and students work on A3 or print for lower ability classes.
Space Poetry Lesson Plan and Powerpoint
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primaryteacherx

Space Poetry Lesson Plan and Powerpoint

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I created this plan and PPT for a job interview where I was asked to teach a year 5/6 class. I based the lesson on their two main topics which were Space and Poetry. I used the fantastic poem 'Six Ways to Look at the Moon' by Pie Corbett in this lesson - included. I also used another fab poem - included. Task was for the children to write their own version of Pie Corbett's poem. PPT easy to follow along while teaching. The 'Six-ways-to-look-at-ordering-a-poem' resource was used as an activity where I cut up the sentences and worked with a focus group to read, re-order the poem - this was great for discussion and for thinking about structure/ language in poem, etc.
Year 5 Science Assessment: Earth and Space
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mrajlong

Year 5 Science Assessment: Earth and Space

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This is an assessment for Year 5 'Earth and Space' science objectives. Also included is a detailed mark scheme and a spreadsheet to record the results. Objectives Covered: Describe the movement of the Earth and other planets relative to the sun in the solar system Describe the movement of the moon relative to the Earth Describe the sun, Earth and moon as approximately spherical bodies Use the idea of the Earth’s rotation to explain day and night and the apparent movement of the sun across the sky ALSO ADDED: Individual assessments for ALL science objectives for ALL year groups are available for purchase as are individual year group, KS1, KS2 or complete Primary packs. Visit My Shop! to find these great resources + lots more! And if you like these Science Assessments, you will also like my maths assessments Year 5 Maths Assessments and Tracking
Space Information Text KS2
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Klein100

Space Information Text KS2

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A high-quality information text about space which is specifically designed to match the writing expectations for Key Stage 2. Your class can use this text as a WAGOLL, research or use it as a starter to search for the features of the information text using the writing checklists included which are differentiated for LKS2 and UKS2.
Space
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outonthewolds

Space

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We explored space from the starting point of Toy Story and Buzz Lightyear. This is a collection of Powerpoints that I collected together. Some are mine, some are my friends, and the rest were found on the TES resources site. Thank you to all those who contributors who let us use thier work.
Space - Travelling Into Space - Grade 5
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AplusEdu

Space - Travelling Into Space - Grade 5

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This amazing ‘Space Theme’ lesson is… • beautifully designed • 4-pages in length and may be formatted into a 4-page booklet • provided in both black & white and colored versions • perfect for students learning English as a Second Language • perfect for students whose first language is English • based on an age-appropriate topic This wonderful lesson allows students to… • practice reading, writing, listening and speaking skills • learn theme-based vocabulary • attempt many different styles of questions • express their creativity • engage in a relevant and meaningful learning experience A bundle of Vaughan M. Blaney’s lessons may be used … • to supplement any curriculum being taught in a school • as a school's sole curriculum • as supplementary material for the individualized needs of specific students • as the curriculum for special holiday programs • as the curriculum for summer school programs
Space Songs
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melicos1

Space Songs

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A collection of 5 songs and rhymes around the theme of Space. Full instructions of activities to do with children and song links provided where needed. Children will learn unconsciously musical concepts such as pulse, pitch, rhythm and dynamics and will also build essential life skills such as sharing, collaboration, confidence, creativity and self-esteem. Please leave me a review if you like the resource of if you think there could be any improvements. Thank you
Space
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willemmacau

Space

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Let's learn about Space! This worksheet includes 14 pages with a large variety of activities and exercises about Space. The materials have informative exercises about many different kinds of topics such as the big bang, black holes, the solar system, the Sun and many other things! Crosswords, word searches, puzzles and other kinds of activities are included to make it a fun and interesting class. The answers and an answer sheet is included. Overview: Page 1: Space vocabulary (word search) Page 2/3: The Big Bang Page 4/5: The Solar System Page 6/7: The Sun Page 8: Black holes Page 9: The International Space Station Page 10: Space Rubbish Page 11: Objects in Space (Comets, Asteroids and Meteors) Page 12: Fun Facts Page 13: Space Crossword Puzzle Page 14: Your thoughts about Space (Composition) The following questions are just a few examples of the aspects handled in this worksheet: - What are the planets in our Solar System? - What are black holes? - Why is there an International Space Station? - What is Space Rubbish and how dangerous is it? - Why do planets orbit the Sun? - Who was the first person in space? - What is the big bang? - What causes the tides? - Why is there no sound in space? - What is the difference between meteors, asteroids and comets? Keywords: Space, satellite, galaxy, comet, asteroid, planet, sun, earth, NASA, alien, shooting star, space station, astronaut, saturn, mars, jupiter, venus, neptune, mercury, uranus, gravity, orbit, milky way, black hole, Neil Armstrong, Yuri Gagarin, big bang, stars.
Space Exploration - Reading Comprehension Worksheets -  #GoogleExpeditions (SAVE 65%)
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MariaPht

Space Exploration - Reading Comprehension Worksheets - #GoogleExpeditions (SAVE 65%)

This Reading Comprehension worksheets can be assigned independently or they may be used to compliment #GoogleExpeditions related virtual trips. These handouts are suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. After carefully reading each text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False exercises, crosswords, gap filling exercises, word searches, definitions match and speaking prompts . The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handouts can be completed in class or assigned for homework. Full Answer keys are included
Year 5 Space Unit of Work:  Writing Poems in the Style of Pie Corbett
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Lauraknight

Year 5 Space Unit of Work: Writing Poems in the Style of Pie Corbett

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During a term of 'Space' being a Year 5 topic, all English units of work were inter-linked and planned to ensure maximum levels of understanding. Pupils gleaned high levels of 'space' knowledge and vocabulary by starting off with a non-chronological report unit of work. After that, writing in the poetic style of Pie Corbett (Six Ways to Look at the Moon) was the next unit of work. Children learnt his poem, through the 'story-telling style.' Practising the poem through rote-learning (with actions), in order to confidently innovate (using all 'Space' knowledge from the earlier non-fiction unit.) Once modelled by teacher, children completed their own 'Moon poem.' They picked the planet they studied in the earlier unit and planned and wrote their own innovation, writing in the style of Pie Corbett. Resources include: Picture banks of objects to compare moon / planets to, planning, modelled examples, finished children's examples, success criteria, marking ladders and modelled non-chronological reports from an earlier unit of work.
The Space Race - Create a Timeline (non ICT resource)
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ineedtoteachthat

The Space Race - Create a Timeline (non ICT resource)

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This is a pack of 32 information cards for various events, people, probes, and animals involved in the space race between the USSR and USA. They cover the events from the initial proposal of the space race up to the first manned Moon landing. There is an introductory PowerPoint to give students an overview, then the main task of creating the timeline. I would get students to create their timelines on either A3 paper, or two A4 pieces stuck together in landscape. You can also print out several packs of cards and get students to arrange them in historical order prior to starting their timeline. I would also suggest that rather than just writing the information down, students could also sketch a diagram or picture to represent various events. You could even turn it into a competition to see who can make the best poster/timeline and display the winner on notice boards (or give various awards). This task is perfect for when you don't have access to ICT facilities, or you have lower ability groups who struggle with finding the correct information. It is also perfect for groups you cannot trust to be sensible with ICT facilities.
Space TEACCH tasks – Independent Autism and SEN tasks - World Space Week
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theautismplayground

Space TEACCH tasks – Independent Autism and SEN tasks - World Space Week

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A brilliant Space themed TEACCH pack to add to your file folders. A brilliant addition to your teaching on World Space Week. Great for your pupils with Autism. A selection of early Maths, early Reading and early Writing tasks. The tasks included are: Colour sorting Sorting by size (big and small) (big, medium and small) Letter matching Number sequencing to 5 (2 levels included) Pencil control Matching picture to picture Matching picture to word When creating this resource, you will need to print it and cut out the instructed parts. Laminate, cut and add velcro. You can then add this into a folder or put it into a tray. TEACCH is an effective system for pupils with Autism. The structure allows pupils to work independently and master a skill. When using TEACCH the task to be completed is to be placed on the left hand-side - the pupil then completes the task and then places this into a finished box on the right-hand side. I would recommend using the same tasks for the specific session for around 4 - 6 weeks depending on level of the pupil. It is important to remember that when completing TEACCH it is about building independence and success at the task, you do not want to provide too much challenge. If the pupil can complete the task, this then means they can concentrate on working independently and can complete several tasks without the need for staff support. If the tasks are too tricky, the pupils will not be independent, may get up and wander or refuse to participate. I hope this resource is useful, if you have any questions about how to use it, please just ask!
Space Shuttle
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theautisticteacher

Space Shuttle

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This is a Powerpoint I put together to show the history of the Space Shuttle (now defunct). There are some wonderful photgraphs and lots of information starting with the dawn of the Space Race and running right through to the last shuttle mission. I've also uploaded some differentiated worksheets. Hope you enjoy and hope you find them useful.
Space AQA Physics GCSE (9-10 lessons)
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hephelumps

Space AQA Physics GCSE (9-10 lessons)

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For the new AQA Physics GCSE a series of 9-10 lessons. 1. Objects in our solar system 2. Satellites 3. Beyond our solar system 4. Build a rocket 5. Life cycle of a star part 1 6. Life cycle of a star part 2 7. Crater investigation 8. Crater investigation 9. Revision