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Oh sh1* it is Sunday... Feeling snowed under?

Oh sh1* it is Sunday... Feeling snowed under?

Everything you need to get you through another week of teaching science. Handouts that include weblinks, questions, word fill and comprehensive notes. Pair matching activities, sequencing activities, flashvards. It is enough to make Friday seem that little bit closer.
paulbold
GCSE  AQA C1.4 Fractional distillation & paper chromatography workbook

GCSE AQA C1.4 Fractional distillation & paper chromatography workbook

This workbook provides in depth, student friendly information and challenging activities and tasks that encourage students to interpret information and undertake self directed study. Suitable for KS4. It also includes a NEW SPEC AQA GCSE exam questions on the topic. Ideal for whole lesson, homework or revision. It is based on the AQA C1.4 'Fractional distillation & paper chromatography'. It includes learning objectives for Grades 4, 6 and 8, plus key word list for students to complete. The resource includes answers to the activities and tasks so students can work independently and assess their own learning. This workbook will be part of a set of resources on Unit C1: Atomic structure. If you are happy with this resource, why not check out my other science resources by Violetvision in my shop.
Violetvision
NEW AQA Yr2 Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells Revision

NEW AQA Yr2 Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells Revision

This powerpoint is matched to the NEW A level specification and is designed to summarise the key points for the NEW AQA Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells topic as part of Physical Chemistry 2 module. This can be used by students on intranet systems and has links to FREE revision videos to back up the content on the powerpoint too.
AlleryTutors
GCSE AQA C1.3 Separating mixtures workbook

GCSE AQA C1.3 Separating mixtures workbook

This workbook provides in depth, student friendly information and challenging activities and tasks that encourage students to interpret information and undertake self directed study. Suitable for KS4. It also includes a NEW SPEC AQA GCSE exam style questions on the topic. Ideal for whole lesson, homework or revision. It is based on the AQA C1.3 'Separating mixtures'. It includes learning objectives for Grades 4, 6 and 8, plus key word list for students to complete. The resource includes answers to the activities and tasks so students can work independently and assess their own learning. This workbook will be part of a set of resources on Unit C1: Atomic structure. If you are happy with this resource, why not check out my other science resources by Violetvision in my shop.
Violetvision
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
pH Activities

pH Activities

Three sets of practical write-on sheets plus a free starter and plenary activities for each pH practical activities.
martinpk
Structured activity that demonstrates how to produce a 1-14 pH Range.

Structured activity that demonstrates how to produce a 1-14 pH Range.

Remember - Health and Safety is the responsibility of the teacher in charge of the activity. Consult with your laboratory technician and try the experiment before allowing the pupils to attempt the experiment. You know your pupils best. Free starter and plenary activities are provided. Extra sheets of pupil write on sheets are provided. Activity is structured allowing projection of sheets onto Interactive White Board to allow collation of class results and class discussion. A suggested marking schedule is also provided , along with Grading and Feedback Sheets. I would suggest putting the pupils into 'marking pairs' and letting them grade each others work and give feedback. Then cast an eye over the work to check it has been done correctly. This activity teaches the pupils how to interpret a marking matrix and make judgements as to what is required to achieve each grade. It takes patience giving the pupils practice carrying out his activity, but will ultimately result in higher pupil achievement and easier marking for you.
martinpk