Bread and butter task sheets. <br />
Each lessons students answer the questions as a starter or plenary to ensure that they continue to remind themselves about the core elements of each of the core units. <br />
Topics include: limestone, atoms, periodic table, alkanes, alkenes, cracking, auxins, hormones, nerves, reflex, energy, energy resources, waves and much more.
A revision power point containing 14 revision tables targeting key grade C topics with some of the grade B topics that a grade C pupil can attempt. Topics include solving equations, four rules of fractions, standard form, graphs etc. Topics are repeated on some slides for extra practice. Twelve topics are revised per slide. On power point so you can adapt/amend as you need. I found that one table lasts as a starter for 2 lessons allowing for approx. 15 mins at start of each lesson.
A 39 page resource of the revision cards/activities I have used with my classes when finishing topics or when revising for exams. Included in the resource are templates for you/your students to create your own revision cards. There are over 10 different revision cards to create/use. I have also provided examples/pictures of cards I have made, and some they have created too! All instructions to create each card are included in the resource.<br />
Read more and see examples here -> http://goo.gl/zjtTxU
9 worksheets that explain the rules for indices.<br />
Work through how to multiply and divide powers and see how to deal with a 'power of a power'.<br />
Understand and practise using negative and fractional indices.<br />
Includes mixed revision sheets and answer pages.<br />
DfE reference N7, N6<br />
Please review this resource.
A few answered questions about the up and coming solar eclipse on Friday 20th march.<br />
All text and images have been put together by me. <br />
The images of the Sun, Earth and Moon are not to scale.<br />
The angle of tilt of the Moon's orbital path is drawn to illustrate the point not accurate to the real movement.<br />
The answers to the questions are my interpretations of fact learnt over the years and cannot therefore be sourced. I am a qualified Physics teacher with 17 years experience of teaching.
Chemistry C1 Revision slides<br />
Covers all the main areas: atoms, limestone, the periodic table, ores, alkanes, fuels, cracking, polymers, the structure of the earth & much more. Contains labelled diagrams and relevant equations too. Based on the AQA Spec but suitable for OCR and Edexcel students too. <br />
Makes a great revision resource, lesson starter and supply lesson and allows students to consolidate what they have learned and double check they are ready for the exam. A bargain at only £1! If you find this useful please check out my corresponding resources for the other sciences and rate. <br />
All funds raised through the sale of this product will be donated to the NSPCC. <br />
I hope you find this as useful as I have. <br />
This booklet supports a series of lesson and is designed for Entry Level/SEND students to allow them to access the key elements of science. If used in a mixed ability class, these booklets allow students to keep pace with the rest of the class whilst personalising the challenge and support they require. <br />
The booklet is part of a series of booklets with a variety of tasks including matching keywords and definition, scaffolding, extended answers, research and a lot of practical work with matching results tables/graphs.<br />
Some of the diagrams have had to be removed for copyright.
The topic of Vectors from the GCSE (14-16 year olds) books of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm
Keywords: Vector, Add, Subtract, Multiply, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Scalar, Product, Magnitude, Direction, Length, Application, Expression, Matrices, Co-ordinates, Component, Resultant, Anchor Point.
These notes take you through The Crunch experiments and activities for 14-16 year olds which help your students explore connections between our food, our health and our planet. It contains teacher notes, technician notes, student activity sheets and curriculum links.
This is part of The Crunch - an exciting year of free activities, experiences and discussions about our food, our health and our planet: please see thecrunch.wellcome.ac.uk/schools-and-colleges and use #thecrunch2016.
These resources will enable you to run an hour long careers session on interviews which will allow the children to learn about group and one-to-one interviewing.
When pairing the children up for their one-to-one interviews, make sure they are not with their friends, as it will be awkward for them to act professionally and shake hands.