22 Documents included in this awesome bundle!!! All you need to engage and teach on Chemistry topics- The periodic table, elements, mixtures and compounds and separating techniques!
Document contains all the details for each lesson. This includes; starters, tasks, activities, games, practicals, homeworks and assessment. It also contains some ideas on extension and differentiation of work. The lesson plans are based on three main learning objectives. Details of practical investigations are given here.
All lessons are PowerPoint based and the entire lesson is given in order on these. See lesson plans for more information on each activity/ task and practical. Each lesson is representative of at least 1 hour of work though you may want to pick and choose activities from the presentations.
C2.1.1. Metals and non-metals
C2.1.2. Groups and Periods
C2.1.3. Elements of Group 1
C2.1.4. Elements of Group 0
C2.1.5. Elements of Group 7
C2.2.5. Evaporation and distillation
Included are ideas for filtration practical peer assessment. Pit stop PowerPoint can be used quickly as an AfL technique to engage and assess class learning.
Each lesson comes with a quick 10 minute self-assessment quiz for the pupils to get on with as soon as they walk through the door. These questions are based on the learning from the previous lessons.
Plenary spinners are also included which could be used as a quick starter or plenary to assess pupils learning. In review this pack contains;
x2 plenary spinners with over 20 ideas for plenaries
Pit Stop presentation for AfL with over 20 ideas for quick activities
11 quick quizzes for self assessment
Place mat of quick assessment ideas
Homework ideas are included on each PowerPoint lesson. I give out a homework menu (attached here) which is given out to pupils. They then choose how to present their homework using the menu.
Additional sheet and guidance for Rf calculations when doing chromatography on Hitler's Diary lesson. During practical investigation lessons you may want to help pupils out by giving them a laminated sheet of the investigation and plenary worksheet. They can use this to plan their scientific write up before writing this into their books.
I hope you find everything you need in order to teach this set of lessons. Any questions or comments let me know and I'll endeavour to do my best for you! Thank you for taking the time to try this resource out!
This pack contains;
-A planning sheet which could be laminated for pupils to complete before undertaking an investigation.
-A conclusion and evaluation sheet which can be used as discussion for pupils to write their own investigation analysis.
-How to draw the perfect graph sheet which can be laminated and pupils can refer to as help to draw a graph
-A complete booklet on an investigation into streamlining and model fish. Perfect as a project or some end of term fun!
Useful set of AfL starters and plenaries I use with my classes. This pack contains;
-A homework menu which allows pupils to choose how to present their homework. In the style of a take away menu.
-An A4 sheet on mini-plenaries which can be used as mini plenaries and pit stops within the lesson.
-A PPT with a starter task behind every window of a 28 day calendar.
-2 PPTs with a spinner which selects a plenary to complete. Each contains 10 ideas for plenaries. 20 in total!
A simple key to identify common rock types within the classroom. As a student of geology, I got rather bored of the resources for rocks available in my school so therefore produced this key for all to use! The key uses the correct way of identifying rocks- with no consideration of shape, size and colour (the three main misconceptions pupils have about rock types). I hope this helps!