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Transition metals bundle

A bundle of 13 resources on the A-Level Chemistry topic Transition metals. Whole topic coverage Includes knowledge organisers, lesson Power Points, a complete set of worksheets (with answers), spider diagrams of reactions, various revision activities & starters etc. Answers to resources included. Relevant for the new 2015 Exams and across all syllabuses.
Y7 Transition BookletQuick View

Y7 Transition Booklet

This booklet is to help develop a smooth transition from primary to secondary school and forge better relationships between the form tutor and pupil.
Transition into Year 7 - Maths - NumberQuick View

Transition into Year 7 - Maths - Number

Our 'Introduction to Year 7' booklet is designed to assist transition from Year 6 to Year 7 with Maths (Number) and can be completed in the summer term of school or during the summer holidays. Covering topics such as: Mental Maths Strategies, Highest Common Factors, Lowest Common Factors, Square Numbers, Square Roots, Ratio & Proportion, Rounding Whole and Decimal Numbers, Calculating Percentages, Using Brackets, Comparing Decimals, Simplifying Fractions & Adding & Subtracting Fractions. Most topics have an accompanying puzzle from secret messages to hidden numbers and shapes. All clip art is from OpenClipArt and is covered by a public licence for personal and commercial use. Please let us know if you would like us to amend our resource to suit your children. Many thanks and enjoy! Tutortastic
Transition booklet for year 6 to year 7Quick View

Transition booklet for year 6 to year 7

This booklet works through things that year 6 pupils typically worry about when moving to secondary school. The activities each compare primary to secondary. They include: people, the work, timetables, friends, where to keep your 'stuff', places to go to feel safe, what to do when things go wrong (including the incredible 5 point scale, as this was originally written for a learner with a SEN), having different teachers, people who can help, things that are learned, bullying and break times.
Student Class Transfer Transition FormsQuick View

Student Class Transfer Transition Forms

A set of editable documents to help record transition from one year group to another or transition from Primary to Secondary schools. Includes assessment without levels - and easy to change language to fit your needs. Ideal for class teachers to fill out and to pass onto the next teacher as part of the handover process. Fully editable and provided in Word and Excel formats.
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Transition - Ice Breakers

This resource is a great addition to tutor time, 'dropdown' days or any lesson! This is the perfect addition to any classroom, especially at the beginning of the school year! This is a FULLY INTERACTIVE presentation with animation and MUSIC. The PPT consists of over 30 Slides with 12 Icebreaker scenarios and three of our fun count down timers. Use the Ice Breaker Selector Wheel on slide 2 to select one of the 12 Ice breaker questions within this presentation. Click on a coloured segment of the selector to start it spinning and the hand to stop it. You can then click on the selected emoji to take you to the relevant activity. If you wish to be taken back to the Icebreaker Selector, there is a signpost on each page. You have the option of selecting either one of the 5, 10 or 15 minute timers for each activity. The time you allocate for each of these scenarios is completely up to you. It can be a quick simple discussion at the start of the lesson, or formulate the body of your lesson. We always love to use the think, pair, share method. This can take 15 to 20 minutes for each question posed. The timers included are: 5 Minutes: Hand Timer 10 Minutes: Ultimate Bubble Timer 15 Minutes: Balloon Timer We would love your feedback on this resource! If you like what you see, please follow us: Facebook: TES:
Transition Metal ComplexesQuick View

Transition Metal Complexes

Year 13 lesson on Transition Metal complexes (based on AQA syllabus). PowerPoint and worksheet included. Print out last 3 slides to hand out examples of TM complexes to students. LOs: To define key terms in relation to complex ion formation. To describe how the size of ligands affects the shape of complex ions. To explain how ligand charge determines the charge on a complex ion. 1. Do Now: Recap on transition metals 2. Student Activity: Think, pair, share - what does TM complex diagram show? 3. Student Activity: Students come to their own definitions of 'ligand' and 'coordination number' 4. Exposition: Monodentate, bidentate, tridentate terms introduced 5. Mini-plenary: Checkpoint activity asking for ligand, coordination number and shape for 3 new complexes 6. Student Activity: Students draw out bidentate ligand and answer questions 7. Exposition: Introduce and discuss various multi dentate ligands, perhaps introducing the term 'chelate' 8. Exposition: Explaining shapes of complexes with regard to the size of a ligand 9. Exposition: How to calculate total charges on complex ions 10. Independent Task: Students complete worksheet on TM complexes 11. Plenary: Recap of all new terms learnt, using 3 new TM complexes 12. Extension Task: Drawing TM complexes For more resources check out my shop: If you liked this resource, please write a review! :)
AQA GCE Chemistry Transition Metal Resource PackQuick View

AQA GCE Chemistry Transition Metal Resource Pack

This is a collection of six activities to support the teaching of AQA GCE Chemistry Topics 3.5.4 and 3.5.5 Transition Metals and Aqueous Solutions. The pack contains starters, homework and revision activities and includes teachers notes with answers.
KS3 Development - Demographic Transition ModelQuick View

KS3 Development - Demographic Transition Model

A lesson for the topic of Development. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. In this lesson, pupils will explore the five stages of the Demographic Transition Model. Spelling homework from the previous lesson in the series (Measuring development) is early in the presentation but optionally delete the slide if you have not taught it. The first part of this lesson introduces population pyramids and the DTM to the pupils. The first activity sees the pupils decide on suitable missing words in a Stages of the DTM worksheet, before the final activity where the pupils must decide where certain scenarios would place on the DTM. Easier to do as a numbers exercise, with the pupils sticking the sentences above their DTM's in their books.
AQA Chapter 1 - Lesson 13 - Transition Metals (Triple Only)Quick View

AQA Chapter 1 - Lesson 13 - Transition Metals (Triple Only)

(Triple Only Lesson) Learning Objectives Know examples of transition metals Understand and compare the properties of the transition metals and the alkali metals Be able to explain that transition elements can form more than one type of ion, can be many different colours and are useful as catalysts
Transition Metals Revision CardsQuick View

Transition Metals Revision Cards

These are Revision Q Cards (48 questions!) I made for my year 13 Chemists tailored towards Edexcel but can easily be adapted for other boards. The students really enjoyed this and got a lot of them to memorise the various coloured complexes, shapes, reactions etc etc.. TASK1. Cut and Answer Print these cards onto Coloured A4 Card, get the pupils to cut them out and write the answers on the opposite side. TASK 2. Card Games Option1. Pupils should pair up ensuring their partner has a different coloured Q cards. All the cards should be shuffled together with the questions face up. Pupils pick up their respective coloured cards and answer the question making sure their partner can see the answer. If correct they keep the card, if incorrect it goes back to the bottom. First to collect all their cards win. Option 2. Timed Hot Seat. Pupils sit in a hot seat and answer as many of the Q cards as possible in a specified time. Option 3. Variation of any board game that has Questions.
Transition Metals WorksheetQuick View

Transition Metals Worksheet

Straightforward worksheet, offers a quick overview/recap of transition metals. Can also be used in conjunction with a practical, where thr transition metal compounds are reacted with sodium hydroxide to form coloured precipitate.
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Transition metal game

An A-Level Chemistry Transition metal revision resource including a game board and questions. Land on a square with a star and you have to answer a question. Questions are included with answers and are relevant for all A-Level exam boards.
Transition Booklet  ( SEN, Autism)Quick View

Transition Booklet ( SEN, Autism)

Transition Booklet for KS1/ KS2 - end of year, new class, social story. Pages 1 - 6 Booklet Cover page (Year 1 - 6) Page 7 About Me page (name, age, space for a photo, likes/dislikes) Page 8 Introduction to transition Page 9 New teacher’s name and space for a photo/ drawing Page 10 A note from new teacher (to be completed by the teacher) Pages 11 - 13 Introducing the staff (space for photos and notes to be completed by the Year Group staff) Page 14 For photos/ drawings of a new classroom Page 15 New Classroom scavenger hunt activity Pages 16 - 18 For photos/ drawings of the areas in the new year group (playground, toilets, lunch trolley, etc.) Page 19 Things that will stay the same in the new year group (to be completed with the pupil) Page 20 Things that will be different in the new year group (to be completed with the pupil) Page 21 Blank page Page 22 Closing page Page 23 Credits page For most pupils, transition to a new Year group is an exciting time. For some, however, it can be worrying and unsettling. This booklet is created to be used in KS1 and KS2. Teachers and teaching assistants work on completing the booklet together with their pupils, once completed - the book can be used as a Transition Social Story. The document is in .pdf format and not editable. 23 pages included.
Revision Lessons for the AQA Year 9 ScienceTransition testsQuick View

Revision Lessons for the AQA Year 9 ScienceTransition tests

This resource has a PowerPoint containing 5 lessons worth of activities to fully prepare your students for the Year 9 AQA Science Transition Tests. The lesson are split into Asking Questions, Predictions and Hypotheses, Fair Testing and Plan Writing, Observing and Graph Construction, Analysing Data, Concluding and Evaluating. Also included are graph drawing worksheets lower ability and higher ability, a prediction question and reflection mat plenary. The reflection mats are regularly used in my classroom and are stuck to the desks.
3. The Demographic Transition ModelQuick View

3. The Demographic Transition Model

AQA GCSE Geography (2016) Unit 2- Challenges In The Human Environment Section B- The Changing Economic World 3. The Demographic Transition Model