A resource to guide you through the introduction to an investugation into air resistance and the effect it has on parachutes of different sizes. Also 3 differentiated workbooks for plannign and conducing the investgation
36 lists based on the new 2014 spelling guidance for year 6. Activities include word-searches, word jumbles, flash cards, definitions, alphabetical lists, sentences, display words, bespoke clipart, crack the codes and look, say, cover, write, check. All files are in word for easy editing and contain solutions where appropriate. Bee images have been created specifically for the scheme. Please see the scheme guide for more information. Follow the scheme on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/spelingbeescheme?ref=hl
Designed to meet the new 2014 curriculum, this engaging yet challenging complete lesson comes with: starter activity, fun and thorough lesson input and 2 fun plenary activities to choose from (a game and peer-assessment) all on the included PowerPoint. The enjoyable yet challenging learning activities have 3 levels of differentiation and are simply explained in the full teachers' notes, which also include answers for peer-assessment. This fantastic lesson teaches children what modal verbs are and how to use them in writing and has been created with enjoyment and challenge in equal measures. A brilliant way to easily teach a difficult learning objective.
36 lists based on the new 2014 spelling guidance for year 4. Activities include word-searches, word jumbles, flash cards, definitions, alphabetical lists, sentences, display words, bespoke clipart, crack the codes and look, say, cover, write, check. All files are in word for easy editing and contain solutions where appropriate. Bee images have been created specifically for the scheme. Please see the scheme guide for more information. Follow the scheme on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/spelingbeescheme?ref=hl
36 lists based on the new 2014 spelling guidance for year 5. Activities include word-searches, word jumbles, flash cards, definitions, alphabetical lists, sentences, display words, bespoke clipart, crack the codes and look, say, cover, write, check. All files are in word for easy editing and contain solutions where appropriate. Bee images have been created specifically for the scheme. LSCWC and word jumbles files been updated.<br />
Please see the scheme guide for more information. Follow the scheme on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/spelingbeescheme?ref=hl
- Time Zones Map and Universal Time<br />
- Daylight Saving Time<br />
- Setting the clocks forward for Summer Time.<br />
- Time Zone Clocks<br />
- Flight Times and arrival times <br />
- Compare data on sunrise and sunset times .<br />
- Construct a bar chart of hours of daylight each month.<br />
-Make a line graph comparing hours of daylight and extract information.<br />
-Blank Templates suitable for making further bar charts.<br />
-Templates and instructions for making your own sundial.<br />
- PDFs for printing<br />
- A Powerpoint of the sheets for use in class
This lesson plan gives you a fun hands-on lesson all about push and pull forces. It looks at how push and pull forces can cause things to change shape, direction and change speed.<br />
It includes lots of activities the children can perform in the class and then take home and share with their parents. It's a great talking point for sharing a learning experience!<br />
This lesson plan also includes a really valuable animated PowerPoint which clearly shows children the changes that can take place when a push or pull for is applied!<br />
This session includes lots of fun and memorable experiments for children to try.<br />
This lesson plan is ready to use with no preparation other than gathering the readily available equipment and printing out the worksheets that are included in the lessons!<br />
The session is designed to last between 45-75 minutes dependent on the activities you choose to include and can be spread across one or more sessions! Have a go, have fun and learn something along the way.
I have personally created a full replica MOCK Exam suitable for AQA Specification, including full mark scheme. Exam out of 80 marks and contains 2015 scenario involving Ben the Gymnast and associated Section B questions, suitable for exam preparation in 2015 and 2016!<br />
Content covers a large range of topics from the current specification and provides an excellent opportunity to stretch and challenge your cohort.<br />
Perfect for a structured exam, a lesson resource or a homework task.
Attached is 30-40 minute independent work sheet taken from an Outstanding rated lesson. The worksheet features a detailed guide of how to calculate energy used, and provides further instructions that enable students to calculate cost. The final section of the worksheet allows students to calculate their own energy use in a typical day using unit prices taken from British Gas and EDF Energy, and average power ratings for common appliances. As an extension, students can calculate overall Energy cost with both British gas and EDF, then make a comparison between the two companies.<br />
Also attached is a Excel workbook in which students can enter their Total Energy uses and their Total Energy Cost values. The spreadsheet will automatically calculate class totals and class averages, as well as providing interesting facts (such as the Kg of Coal required to meet the daily Energy demand of the class).
<p>A resource to guide you through the introduction to an investigation into air resistance and the effect it has on parachutes of different sizes. Also 3 differentiated workbooks for planning and conducing the investigation</p>
Travelling through air is travelling without friction, right? Children put this theory to the test through a variety of hands on activities before reaching the conclusion that air resistance can slow moving objects!
Suitable for Y4 pupils.
Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
A cyclist is used as an example to explain what air resistance is. Drag is mentioned. Two ways to reduce air resistance are stated: reducing the area in contact with air (by the cyclist ducking down or cycling behind someone else) and by being more streamlined (wearing smoother surfaces or a more streamlined helmet).
A comprehensive audit that can beused with the staff by the ICT co-ordinator to address gaps in understand and help knwo where trainign should be aimed. There is a also an excel file where you can input and analyse your results.
A medium term plan for the Light it up DT unit, designed to be used in the lead up to christmas and at the same time as circuits in science. Children have to design a circuit whihc will light up Rudolfs nose and make his tail a propellor. I have done this several times with my classes and they have loved it.
One booklet to inform parents of the expectation for children’s reading (that it is more than reading the words on the page and also about understanding). And give them ideas to support their child at home, games and questions The other booklet does the same for handwriting (it shows our scheme but this could easily be changed)..
Two guides to help use Microsoft Publisher to create a website and all the features of Microsoft Powerpoint. I have used both at staff training and with my year 4 children with great success. If you are unsure on either of these programs hopefullly they should be a help!
**UPDATED May 2016** Thank you for all the positive comments and ratings.
This resource includes a 53 slide PowerPoint presentation, three activity worksheets, a mind map, and a quiz . I used them to teach the unit on sound with my Year 7 and Year 8 classes. Appropriate in KS3 or KS4.
By the end of these lessons, pupils will know:
1. that sound is made by objects that vibrate
2. that the frequency of vibration of the source is measured in Hertz (Hz)
3. how sound is made in different musical instruments
4. that a vibrating source causes the layers of air around it to move
5. that sound travels by compressing and expanding the surroundings
6. that sound travels as a longitudinal wave
7. that sound travels best through solids and worst through gases because of the arrangement of the particles
8. the relative speed of sound in different mediums
9. that sound waves cannot travel through a vacuum because there are no molecules
10. that sound waves detected by the ear cause the ear drum to vibrate
11. the structure of the ear
12. how sound is transmitted through the ear to the brain
13. that different people have different ranges of hearing
14. that the average human range of hearing is 20 to 20,000 Hz
15. that loudness is measured in decibels (dB's)
16. that 0 dB is the threshold of hearing and 130 dB's is the threshold of pain whilst 140 dB's causes damage
17. that loud sounds can have permanent and temporary effect on the ear
18. that some common causes of ear damage
19. that noise is unwanted sound
20. that a loud sound is produced by a large vibration and vice versa
21. that a high pitched sound is produced by a very frequent (quick) vibration and vice versa
22. that an microphone can change sound to electricity and that this can then be displayed on an oscilloscope
23. that the wave displayed on an oscilloscope is a transverse wave
24. how to identify the amplitude, the wavelength and the frequency of a wave
25. recognise the link between the loudness of the sound and the amplitude of the wave
26. recognise the link between the pitch of the sound and the frequency/wavelength of the wave
Hope you find these resources helpful. Please rate and comment.
**This resource has been recommended by the TES Resource Team**
**UPDATED June 2016** Thank you for all the positive comments and ratings.
This resource pack includes a highly visual and engaging 33-slide PowerPoint presentation that teaches magnetism to year 7 or year 8 pupils. Scaffolded note-taking worksheets for learners have been customized to go along with these PowerPoint presentations. Two additional worksheets and a quiz are also included. The learning objectives are listed below.
By the end of this series of lessons, pupils will:
1) be introduced to the discovery and history of magnets
2) know the elements that have magnetic properties
3) observe how magnets attract or repel each other and attract some materials and not others
4) compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of whether they are attracted to a magnet, and identify some magnetic materials
5) describe magnets as having 2 poles
6) predict whether 2 magnets will attract or repel each other, depending on which poles are facing
7) know that materials contain groups of spinning electrons called domains
8) know that the domains are aligned in magnetic materials
9) know that the domains of a non-magnetic material are not aligned
10) learn about magnetic fields by plotting with compass, representation by field lines
11) learn about Earth’s magnetism, compass and navigation
12) explore the magnetic fields of permanent and induced magnets, and the Earth’s magnetic field
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A fantastic bargain! An amazing collection of high quality resources at a fantastic discount. Included in this bundle...
Geography - labelling a UK map and world oceans
History - Christopher Columbus
Science - floating and sinking
Science - waterproof and absorbent
Design and Technology - Make your own pirate ship
A pirate assembly pack and much much more!!!
18 science glossaries for different parts of the curriculum. They were originally designed for KS3 but can be used earlier or later depending on ability.
These can be used for reference or spelling homework or starts to topics.
Chemistry - Acids & Alkalis, Atoms & Elements, Compounds & Mixtures, Reactions of Metals and Simple Chemical Reactions.
Biology - Cells, Environment & Feeding Relationships, Food & Digestion, Plants & Photosynthesis, Reproduction, Sound and Hearing & Variation
Physics - Electric Circuits, Energy Resources, Gravity & Space, Space & Beyond, Particle Theory and Speeding Up