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Periodic Table - Video Walk Through

Periodic Table - Video Walk Through

Helpful for students who are struggling to start revision of this topic and refining understanding to answer practice papers. Walk through of key content and then application to exam question. Refers to exam technique, structuring answers and discusses Q&A from exam papers.
CarlaShillitoe
Ionic Bonding - Video Walk through

Ionic Bonding - Video Walk through

Helpful for students who are struggling to start revision of this topic and refining understanding to answer practice papers. Walk through of key content and then application to exam question. Refers to exam technique, structuring answers and discusses Q&A from exam papers.
CarlaShillitoe
Nano Particles - Video Walk Through

Nano Particles - Video Walk Through

Helpful for students who are struggling to start revision of this topic and refining understanding to answer practice papers. Walk through of key content and then application to exam question. Refers to exam technique, structuring answers and discusses Q&A from exam papers.
CarlaShillitoe
Digital Markbook for AQA Science

Digital Markbook for AQA Science

I have created and have been using for a number of years this digital markbook. Every teacher in my department use this on a lesson by lesson basis for KS4 and topic by topic basis for KS3; we use these in relation to the personal learning checklists (another of my uploads). This way of tracking progress has been invaluable in guiding the revision of my students, focusing them on the specific areas for their development. It is a simple process of entering R, A or G based on whatever criterion you decide works best for you
Jimlequim
History of the periodic table

History of the periodic table

Leads the students through the development of the periodic table from Newland's to Mendeleev's. Links to YouTube video that explains Mendeleev's discovery. Differentiated questions to help students understanding. Final task introduces the students to trends and helps them to see first hand how the table is used.
Jubblord
Surface area and the rate of reaction

Surface area and the rate of reaction

An engaging lesson presentation (23 slides) and accompanying differentiated worksheets that look at how surface area affects the rate of reaction. The lesson begins by testing the student's mathematical skills by having to work out the surface area of a cube. Guides are used at all times to show how this is done for those who find it difficult. The students will also recall how to calculate volume. Moving forwards, students will apply this knowledge to the situation when the cube has been cut up into smaller pieces and they will see how this increases the surface area and the surface area to volume ratio. They are challenged to explain how this leads to more collisions and therefore affects the rate of reaction. The main question section is differentiated so that all abilities can access the work. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students
GJHeducation