Key command words for Science with definitions. High quality photos for display in school laboratories. Can print on A3 and still retain good quality Enjoy!
A poster to encourage students to be resilient in getting the answer in the classroom. Good practise for students who are over reliant on the teacher, or need constant ‘spoon feeding’
This is my entire NPQML submission including all appendices. Identifying features such as pupil data, names of staff and the school has been redacted. I received a distinction grade for this submission. Enjoy!
Lots of mini literacy activities with a Science focus. Suitable for starter activities, plenaries, or form time.
Enzyme Questions Differentiated from ‘Red task’ - low challenge, to ‘Purple task’ - high challenge. Suitable for KS4 Biology. I use this by laminating these on A3 and having students answer in small groups. My seating plan has students roughly sat by attainment making it easy to allocate the correct task to a given table. Would love to hear how you used this resource!
Lesson PowerPoint including practice calculations, distance-time graphs, differentiated questions by grade, answers to all questions, key definitions. Enjoy :)
This activity is designed to help students describe arguments for and against genetic engineering. Tasks are colour coded for level of challenge - red (low challenge) to purple (high challenge). I would allow 15-20 minutes for students to prepare answers independently or in groups. Tasks can be assigned to students/groups based on ability or students could choose the task most suited to their ability. Enjoy!
Summary questions to revise this topic. Marks awarded for each questions for easy marking. (8 pages) Suitable for a revision lesson
Versatile Quiz suitable for a 1 hour lesson with pictures. Save yourself the planning! 10 questions per round with topics including TV, News and Geography. Answers after each round. Suitable for lesson or form time. Current news topics/TV topics - as of June 2019!
A series of pictures, each demonstrating different forces in action. Suitable for KS3 or 4 forces. ‘Red’ task is the lowest challenge, purple is most challenging. Numerous ways to use this resource. Personally I have these laminated and have students discuss the forces involved in groups, and then feedback to the group. Ideas to stretch and challenge further: ask students to draw arrows corresponding to the forces on each picture (laminate first!) Discuss resultant forces and whether/why each object will move Students could discuss how the forces would change if these scenarios took place on the moon/in space…