Renewable or non-renewable? How to energise our world? There are many different ways to harness energy for human use. Though in the end, nearly all types of energy can be traced back to the sun and other stars.
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This lesson considers energy sources and resources, both renewable and non-renewable.
There are many different ways to harness energy for human use. Though in the end, nearly all types of energy can be traced back to the sun and other stars
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Well, there are other ways to make gasoline, like making it from coal. It’s called coal gasification. The technology’s been around for decades, but it’s always been expensive. Now, researchers have streamlined the process so that it’s more efficient, cheaper, and creates less pollution.
A sorting activity. Starter for more able pupils or part of a main lesson for weaker candidates
Can be done as a whole class activity straight from IWB or,the images in the powerpoint could be printed out and laminated. Students could then sort them on to A3 poster paper. This makes the activity kinaesthetic. ADHD students often prefer puzzle type tasks which they are able to manipulate.
Students are asked to place each energy source into 1 of 2 catagories :
In this demonstration, students can get an overview of different types of radiation and can label them as alpha, beta and gamma. They can also see that there are different ways of detecting the different types of radiation.
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This highly visual presentation contains 67 slides! Note-taking worksheets, homework assignments and a quiz are also provided. These resources will get your students thinking about electricity, electric circuits, making circuits, drawing circuit diagrams, and measuring values in an electric circuit. Appropriate for for Year 7 up to Year 10<br />
Covers circuit components and circuit diagrams, series circuit, parallel circuit, and measuring current and voltage in series and parallel circuits. <br />
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This resource includes a 53 slide PowerPoint presentation and some worksheets. A mind map and quiz are also included. I used them to teach the unit on sound with my Year 8 class. Can also be used for Year 7 or as a revision at the end of the unit. Appropriate for KS2 or KS3.<br />
Covers sound waves, frequency, amplitude, pitch, noise, parts of the ear, hearing loss, ultrasounds, uses of sound. Hope you find it useful. <br />
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Biology, Chemistry, Physics<br />
These papers consists of new questions that have been designed around previous examinations. <br />
These assessments are produced after mapping questions from previous years. <br />
This includes a mark scheme. <br />
Great for revision and discussion.