Mick Doyle's Resource Shop
Mick Doyle's Resource Shop
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Over the last five years I have found the best way to stimulate learning is through engaging lessons. Lessons which apply scientific content to unusual, topical or popular scenarios. I currently have a range of premium and free resources to look through. I will continue to upload these resources as and when I can. Feel free to review, tweet or contact me regarding these resources or for ideas on current topics you are struggling to make engaging.

pptx, 841.86 KB
pptx, 841.86 KB
pptx, 1.05 MB
pptx, 1.05 MB
In the first lesson students use the hook of Ramesses II and carbon dating to introduce the idea of isotopes. Following the PowerPoint, students test their knowledge with a series of questions.

In the second lesson students use sodium as an example to explore the idea of relative atomic mass. Students run through calculating relative atomic masses from isotope abundances and use their knowledge to answer the questions.

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