Teach Like a Hero
Teach Like a Hero
4.285892116182571521 reviews

'If you keep trying the same old things, you'll keep getting the same old results'. Imaginative teaching ideas help stimulate students and improve student retention. I don't claim to be an expert but I hope that some of my ideas will help other teachers.

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This is a new resource covering the Moles content of the new 2015 AQA Chemistry specification. This resource includes

1: A power point to lead students through the lesson
2: An inquiry question starter activity
3: 2 working out the number and mass of moles tasks
4: A working out how many moles of an element circus activity
5: A dice game plenary activity
6: The Avogadro number game
7: A set of notes for students to use
8: A version of the lesson that can be used just from the front of the room
9: A link to a bespoke video that goes through the lesson that can be used for remote learning
10: A question sheet for students to work through

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Reviews

3.3

Kellymmc

4 years ago
4

very helpful

leebeaumont11

4 years ago
1

The 'How many moles' power-point is incorrect

SeanYoung_Music

4 years ago
5

This is a nicely designed PowerPoint that introduces the concept of the mole in an accessible and structured way, with thoughtfully created tasks at each stage. The keywords and specification links on each slide are a nice touch, making coverage of the specification requirements easy to verify.

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