Poster display for classroom wall or an ordering activity in the class of the lyrics to the theme tune of the big bang theory - also includes the lyrics on a powerpoint for the students to sing along to or to analyse.
Powerpoint on the big bang and the birth of stars. Cards describing the birth of a star for student groups to put into order (those on publisher are in the correct order - sorry for the lack of a space between the words form and a - can't adjust it on my publisher), also star life cycle cards (for both large and small stars - again correct order on powerpoint)
Card sort of the adapatations to seasonal changes that animals and plants use to survive changing conditions within their habitats. Looks at hibernation, leaf shedding, food storage, overwintering of pupae, insulation, migration and
retreating underground. Students match the adaptation to a description and an example of a species that does that.
Powerpoint on nuclear radiation, covering discovery and early uses. Also question sheet with answers and a worksheet on the uses of nuclear radiation. Powerpoint also contains Millionnaire game adjusted from its original format, found on TES.
A card sort of the properties of xylem and phloem for students to complete (higher level). Students can work alone or in pairs to match the key word to its definition. Also includes card with xylem and phloem on that studnets can hold up in response to your questions on the topic.
This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. <br />
The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level).<br />
There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet.<br />
1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish.<br />
2. Select a specific task for students to complete.<br />
3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson.<br />
4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task.<br />
5. Set the task sheet for homework. <br />
This task sheet covers<br />
1. Describing the ways in which the universe could have been created.<br />
2. Describing the Big Bang theory.<br />
3. Describing and evaluating the Big Bang theory.<br />
4. Describing the big yawn and big crunch.
Outstanding resources for teaching waves and how they can be used to identify the structure of the earth.<br />
Includes, active learning, KAGAN, AFL, hinge points, exam practice, and homeworks to make your planning much easier!