Circuit calculations (in series and parallel)

Circuit calculations (in series and parallel)

A detailed lesson presentation which guides students through calculating the current, potential difference and resistance in series and parallel circuits. The lesson begins by challenging the students to recognise whether three displayed facts relate to series or parallel circuits. Students are then given a chance to remind themselves of the differences between the circuits in terms of these three physical factors. The rest of the lesson uses a step-by-step guide format to show the students how to work through a circuit calculation by combining their knowledge of the circuit with application of the V = IR equation. Progress checks have been written throughout the lesson so that students can constantly assess their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students
GJHeducation
Writing exponential expressions in the form ax^n

Writing exponential expressions in the form ax^n

These 2 worksheets are intended for students to practice the skill of rewriting experessions into the ax^n for required for differentiation and integration in isolation, rather than them having to learn/practice doing this at the same time as applying the power rule.
karel
GCSE (9-1) Business - Theme 2.1.1 Growth (Edexcel)

GCSE (9-1) Business - Theme 2.1.1 Growth (Edexcel)

Materials I have written to cover the Theme 2 topic of ‘Methods of Growth’ for GCSE Business (9-1) with Edexcel. Included: PowerPoint presentation to guide you through the topic. Activities included. Case study on Asda / Sainsbury’s merger plus exam-style questions which could be used as a homework / class activity I include topical examples to ensure that the course remains relevant to the students. I think that there are enough materials to cover 3 lessons.
JonKeevill5
GCSE Sociology New Specification Family Information Booklets

GCSE Sociology New Specification Family Information Booklets

The family booklet is a 26 page document that can be used as a revision tool for both old specification and new specification. The information booklet includes; -An in depth summary of all the topics included within the unit -A complete key words list -A list of example exam questions -A list of model responses Please feel feel to message me if you have any questions
jj94
Les Glaces

Les Glaces

A lesson on Ice Creams to finish the term. Questions are on the PowerPoint and the Word document.
judithdiva
ENGLISH AQA LANGUAGE PAPER'S 1 & 2 REVISION & STUDY GUIDE - How to answer every question

ENGLISH AQA LANGUAGE PAPER'S 1 & 2 REVISION & STUDY GUIDE - How to answer every question

This resource goes into depth about how to answer each question in both AQA Language Paper’s 1 and 2 and contains 9 detailed pages. I have thorough tips, tricks, examples and even time management recommendations. My students have done exceedingly well with these sheets and each technique has proved invaluable to them. Only useful for KS4. Please note the preview shows a very mixed overview of my resource, it is very organised and doesn’t look how TES have presented it.
joninkakashirules
Development unit of work year 7

Development unit of work year 7

These groups of lessons are aimed at year 7 with the focus on development, poverty and fair trade with assessments. What is development? How is development measured? What is fair trade and how can it reduce the development gap? What are the SDGs and how can it reduce the development gap? What is oxfam and how can it reduce the development gap?
carolinemcleggan5
GCSE Sociology New Specification Education  Information Booklets

GCSE Sociology New Specification Education Information Booklets

The family booklet is a 26 page document that can be used as a revision tool for both old specification and new specification. The information booklet includes; -An in depth summary of all the topics included within the unit -A complete key words list -A list of example exam questions -A list of model responses Please feel feel to message me if you have any questions
jj94
Blood

Blood

Created for triple science Year 10 class to introduce components of blood. Information sheet used as comprehension activity.
louisamosley
AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 5.5 Energy Changes Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 5.5 Energy Changes Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
Atomic structure

Atomic structure

Created for low ability Year 9 to develop understanding of atomic structure and relative mass and charge of subatomic particles.
louisamosley
Introduction to coastal managment

Introduction to coastal managment

This is a whole lesson with differentiated resources which are hard, harder, hardest. This lesson was created for KS4 GCSE AQA 1-9 Geography but can be used for KS3 also. Learning objectives are saved as WALTS (we are learning to). WALT: Describe hard and soft engineering techniques WALT: Evaluate the use of coastal management techniques All activities are well planned with assessnment opportunites built in for an evaluate question with success criteria attached.
carolinemcleggan5
Solving Equations Revision

Solving Equations Revision

A powerpoint to support the teaching of solving linear equations with one step, two step, unknowns on both sides and brackets. With objectives, examples and differentiated activities with answers.
wrighte
Alkali metals

Alkali metals

Created for Year 9 class to practice forming word and symbol equations for the reaction of alkali metals and water. Exam style questions aid conclusion writing, risk assessment and making predicition
louisamosley
Particle Physics AS Full Spec PPT

Particle Physics AS Full Spec PPT

Particle Physics AS Full Spec PPT Broken into 5 sections: 1.1 inside the atom 1.2 stable and unstable nuclei 1.3 Photons 1.4 Particles and Antiparticles 1.5 Particle interactions Homework activites are included. Excellent resource.
curranb7
Antibiotics

Antibiotics

An engaging lesson presentation and associated worksheet that looks at the use of antibiotics to treat bacterial infections and the raises the issue of the potential over-use of these substances. The lesson begins by getting the students to recognise the difference between three key terms that begin with anti (antibiotics, antivirals, antiseptics). Students will be introduced to the idea that antibiotics are specific to a small range of bacteria and therefore the correct one has to be selected before being prescribed. Moving forwards, students will meet the idea of the zone of inhibition and will understand how the size of this zone can be used as an indicator to the effectiveness of the treatment. Students are shown how to calculate the size of the zone and then are tested on their ability to apply this mathemetical knowledge. Finally, time is taken to look at the links to the topic of natural selection to explain how some bacteria are resistant to certain antibiotics. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students but could be used as an introduction with A-level Biology students who are about to begin the topic of immunity.
GJHeducation
French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases

French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases

French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases One page text of about 500 words in which students complete the sentences by filling in the blanks by conjugating the infinitive in parentheses in either the subjunctive or the indicative (they choose the appropriate tense given the context). The theme of the text is “Projets pour les vacances”. There are 37 blanks to fill in. Answer key is included. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1 Question 2 and 3 (AO2) SOW

AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1 Question 2 and 3 (AO2) SOW

6 week scheme of work focusing on covering Question 2 and Question 3 (Assessment Objective 2 - Language and Structure elements) from the AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1. Aimed at KS4, but can be easily adapted for KS3 as well as Post-16 resit students. A range of resources and complete lessons including differentiated support and worksheets and a baseline and final assessment piece.
jonnypage
Prokaryotic cells

Prokaryotic cells

A lesson presentation (and associated worksheets) that looks at the features of prokaryotic cells and ensures that students are aware of the main differences between these cells and their eukaryotic counterparts. The lesson begins by reminding students of the definition of an eukaryotic cell and then challenges them to recognise what is the main difference in a prokaryotic cell. The similarities between the cells are also considered, mainly through the use of the Venn diagram as shown in the picture. Moving forwards, the extra features that are found in some bacterial cells are introduced to the student (through the use of a competition format). There is a big emphasis on key terminology throughout the lesson so that students are not confused when these technical terms are used in assessment questions. This lesson has been written for GCSE students but could be used with A-level Biology students who are recapping on the topic of cells.
GJHeducation
Evolutionary Terms Word Search

Evolutionary Terms Word Search

A quick starter for an introduction to Evolution lesson. A simple word search - some words forward, some backwards. there is an accompanying answer sheet too.
Deagibson2
AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.5-6.7 Paper 2 Physics Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.5-6.7 Paper 2 Physics Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons per quiz depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
Gymnastics pairs balances bundle (counter tension/balance and sports acro)

Gymnastics pairs balances bundle (counter tension/balance and sports acro)

This bundle contains different paired balance resources. It includes: A differentiated task card students can use to copy counter balance and counter tension balances from. A task card with a random mix of counter balance and counter tension A task card with approx 40 paired balances that are differentiated by colour - easiest to hardest: Green, Yellow, Red , Purple
MissEHoney
Introduction to Biology Hierarchies Card Sort

Introduction to Biology Hierarchies Card Sort

A card sort exercise with biological hierarchies matched to their descriptions. I used this as an ice breaker to assess what the students already know. It is aimed at first year foundation degree students but could be used for GCSE or ALevel Biology. I printed these out, laminated them and then cut around each box. They could be an individual or a group activity.
Deagibson2
Mock Paper 2 “The Other Side of the Dale/The Ragged School”

Mock Paper 2 “The Other Side of the Dale/The Ragged School”

Walk through of the November 2017 Mock paper which includes the texts “The Other Side of the Dale/The Ragged School” Both texts have been included with an analysis of how to tackle question two: Compare how the writers convey their different attitudes to the two schools. compare their different attitudes compare the methods the writers use to convey their different attitudes support your response with references to both texts. How to explore the thoughts and feelings communicated by the writers in the sources is considered for both of the texts which go beyond responses which merely describe the sources in negative or positive terms.
Yomama1234
AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.7 Magnetism and Electromagnetism Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.7 Magnetism and Electromagnetism Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
Differentiated gymnastics counter tension and counter balance task cards

Differentiated gymnastics counter tension and counter balance task cards

A comprehensive differentiated task card students can use to copy counter balance and counter tension balances from. This product includes: All the differentiated balances on A4 landscape Seperate A4 portrait versions of each of the 6 sections (could be used as differentiated stations) Please see here for a less comprehensive free resource on counter balance and counter tension. Some products you might like: Individual balances Pair balances Trio balances Group of 4 balances
MissEHoney
Congress and Foreign Policy.  A Level Government and Politics

Congress and Foreign Policy. A Level Government and Politics

Powerpoint slides looking at Congress and its role in Foreign Policy. Also includes a starter test and answers. What is Foreign Policy. Overview of FP via video link Factors that influence American FP - Info slide. Overview of FP - diagram The Constitution and FP FP and Congress FP and President Increasing Presidential control of FP x2 The importance of WW11 Factors affecting Congress and FP FP cartoon analysis - Task
shenrysed