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This shop is mostly aimed at Physics resources that fit the current KS3 and KS4 (AQA) schemes of learning. Most resources will contain specific learning activities that are differentiated by outcome/task and the power points are SEN accessible (with appropriate chunking of information and pale background colouring). There will sometimes be random science topics from biology chemistry in which have worked well with classes. Feel free to browse!

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This shop is mostly aimed at Physics resources that fit the current KS3 and KS4 (AQA) schemes of learning. Most resources will contain specific learning activities that are differentiated by outcome/task and the power points are SEN accessible (with appropriate chunking of information and pale background colouring). There will sometimes be random science topics from biology chemistry in which have worked well with classes. Feel free to browse!
KS3 (Electricity Unit) - Voltage
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KS3 (Electricity Unit) - Voltage

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This is a single lesson taken from the KS3 electricity bundle The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Explain what voltage is 2. Link and evaluate a model to explain how voltage works 3. Create circuits and measure the different voltages 4. Fill in the gap plenary Includes: Lesson plan, activity worksheet and power point
Magnetism and Electromagnetism Revision Broadsheet
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Magnetism and Electromagnetism Revision Broadsheet

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The resource allows students to cover the Magnetism and electromagnetism unit as part of either AQA Synergy, Trilogy or Triple sciences. Each box will test different forms of knowledge or application and I use this as a complete review before I challenge students to tackle past paper questions.
Stopping, braking and thinking distance
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Stopping, braking and thinking distance

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AQA Physics lesson on stopping, braking and thinking distances. Covers the specification points Allows students to tackle Understand what is meant by Stopping, thinking and braking distances Conduct the reaction time test Answer 6 mark questions and test questions
KS3 Electricity unit
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KS3 Electricity unit

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This bundle offers the KS3 curriculum on electricity (Years 8, 9 and 10). Each lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1) The outline below gives a lesson by lesson account of the bundle Lesson 1 - Investigating batteries (Pupils will look at how batteries work and investigate a self made battery) Lesson 2 - Circuits (Pupils will learn how to draw model circuit diagrams including symbols, and learn how to put these into practice) Lesson 3 - Voltage (Pupils will be able to explain what voltage is and what it does to current. They will be making comparisons to a model diagram and looking at voltage calculations) Lesson 4 and 5 - Resistance (Pupils will be able to explain and calculate resistance through Ohm’s law. They will also be planning and conducting an investigation to look at how resistance of a wire changes with length (linked to How Science Works) Lesson 6 - Series and Parallel Circuits (Pupils will be drawing comparisons between series and parallel circuits and be able to discuss them qualitatively and also apply calculations to determine current and voltage through them) Any feedback would be appreciated. Please rate!
New KS3 (Forces Unit) - Hooke's Law
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New KS3 (Forces Unit) - Hooke's Law

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This is a single lesson on Hooke's law and is aimed at developing investigation and data handling skills.. The lesson is split into three activities as part of scientific inquiry: Constructing tables, collecting data and plotting graphs. The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Setup an experiment that determine's how force and extension are linked 2. Design a table of results (with support for LAPs) 3. Collect results and calculate averages 4. Plot a graph for results using scaffold materials Includes: Power point, lesson plan, worksheets and task sheet (for success criteria)
KS3 (Electricity unit) - Series vs parallel
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KS3 (Electricity unit) - Series vs parallel

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This is a single lesson taken from the KS3 electricity bundle. This is the powerpoint only as a preview. You can buy the whole package as a paid resource. The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Explain the differences between series and parallel circuits in terms of voltage and current 2. Use models to explain series and parallel circuits 3. Calculate/determine current and voltage in a parallel circuit. 4. Plenary - Contextual question linking to either series or parallel circuits Includes: Power point only
KS3 (Electricity Unit) - Explaining Resistance lesson 1
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KS3 (Electricity Unit) - Explaining Resistance lesson 1

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This is a single lesson taken from the KS3 electricity bundle The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Describe what resistance is and calculate resistance using Ohm's law (support provided) 2. Apply idea of resistance to plan an investigation (planning sheet provided) Includes: Lesson plan, activity worksheet and power point
KS3 (light unit) - Reflection
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KS3 (light unit) - Reflection

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This is a single lesson on the reflection of light from a plane mirror. The lesson is contextual and based on a driver involved in a car collision who may/may not have looked in their wing mirror. (The idea is they have to determine if the driver could see the lights of the car he overtook) The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Become forensic scientists to determine the law of reflection (requires ray boxes, mirrors and protractors. There are paper protractors available on the .ppt) 2. Draw/complete ray diagrams using the law of reflection for different scenarios (MID/HIGH worksheets are on the .ppt) 3. Determine the % chance that the driver was reckless or telling the truth 4. Write a conclusion based on their findings Worksheets and materials available on the .ppt.
KS3 (Electricity Topic) - Investigating Batteries
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KS3 (Electricity Topic) - Investigating Batteries

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This is a single lesson taken from the KS3 electricity bundle The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Explain how a battery works (includes SEN support sheets) 2. Make a battery with a lemon and different metals and test the voltage produced. 3. Plenary - Have I got news for you style questions and self-assessment Includes: Lesson plan, activity worksheet and power point
New AQA Physics - Atoms and radiation
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New AQA Physics - Atoms and radiation

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The following lesson covers the link between atoms, the nucleus and radioactivity. Students will compare the general size of the atomic structures and begin to link this to the stability of the atom. Students will then look at the types of radiation emitted by the nucleus and then use their information to complete a set of application questions. A mini-white board quiz is advised as a plenary. The lesson is linked to the new AQA (9-1) curriculum and is the first lesson taught in the Atomic structure unit Includes: Power point and a plenary worksheet
New KS3 (Acids and Alkali) - Antacids (neutralisation reactions)
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New KS3 (Acids and Alkali) - Antacids (neutralisation reactions)

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This is a single lesson taken from the KS3 Explaining chemical changes SoL The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Explain what causes indigestion 2. Explain how an antacid works simply 3. Plan an investigation to determine which type of antacid is the best on the market 4. (Key skill - Identifying and discussing control variables) Great lesson for developing scientific literacy and key skills. Follow this on with the practical on a seperate lesson. Includes: Full lesson on Power point including control variable scaffolds and models
KS3 (Electricity unit) - Series vs parallel
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KS3 (Electricity unit) - Series vs parallel

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This is a single lesson taken from the KS3 electricity bundle The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Explain the differences between series and parallel circuits in terms of voltage and current 2. Use models to explain series and parallel circuits 3. Calculate/determine current and voltage in a parallel circuit. 4. Plenary - Contextual question linking to either series or parallel circuits Includes: Lesson plan, activity worksheet and power point
New KS3 (Forces unit) - Discovering and measuring forces
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New KS3 (Forces unit) - Discovering and measuring forces

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This is a single lesson on the what forces are and how they can be measured using different Newton meters. The lesson is split into different activities each with specific success criteria to develop LAPs, MAPS and HAPs learning. The lesson is fully differentiated into Low, Mid, High and GCSE tasks and can be fully adaptable to any scale of learning (e.g. AWOL, 9-1). Pupils will: 1. Describe forces (with some reference to force diagrams) 2. Explain how to select and measure using a Newton meter 3. Also contains a comprehensive plenary (in which credit is due to another unknown author) Includes: Power point, lesson plan and worksheets
KS4 Chemistry - Ionic Bonding
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KS4 Chemistry - Ionic Bonding

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The following lesson covers Ionic bonding from simple principals including how to identify Ions from the periodic table and how to draw ionic compounds. Excellent to use with mini-white boardsand has several points of AfL. Includes: Power point and a plenary worksheet
New AQA Synergy (Forces and motion unit) - Acceleration and Speed time graphs
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New AQA Synergy (Forces and motion unit) - Acceleration and Speed time graphs

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Forth lesson in the forces and motion unit of the AQA synergy specification. The lesson is fully differentiated (A*-C, adaptable to 9-1) and explores how speed time graphs can be used to describe motion. The lesson content aims to develop pupils qualitative and quantitative understanding of the graphs, including acceleration and allows them time to develop their own. PowerPoint, worksheet and home learning included
New AQA Physics (Energy Unit) - Specific heat capacity
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New AQA Physics (Energy Unit) - Specific heat capacity

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A lesson on Specific Heat Capacity and a good preparation lesson to the required practical. The lesson is fully differentiated (9-1) and easily adaptable to student needs. Pupils will: 1) Undertake a gradient calculation as a starter (links to Required practical criteria) 2) Describe how specific heat capacity qualitatively and from fundamental basics build onto the calculations PowerPoint and worksheet included.
KS3 and KS4 Genetics Revision lesson
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KS3 and KS4 Genetics Revision lesson

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The following resource is a revision lesson on genetics split into two main activities: 1. A differentiated review worksheet that pupils complete that covers the fundamental ideas (Worksheet on the powerpoint). Full answers are given on the power point for peer/self assessment. 2. A Review learning grid. Pupils work in pairs and answer questions in order to earn points. Fully engaging when coupled with simple prizes (merits or even material prizes) *Pupils roll a set of dice and move to the corresponding grid co-ordinate. They answer the question in their book and earn the points. Questions have different levels of difficulty to challenge all pupils. Comment on other ways you use the grid!
New AQA Physics (Energy unit) - Potential energy
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New AQA Physics (Energy unit) - Potential energy

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A lesson on Potential energy (Gravitational potential and elastic potential) The lesson is fully differentiated (A*-C, adaptable to 9-1) and encourages pupils to take an independent approach to their learning. The lesson content aims to develop pupils qualitative and quantitative understanding of potential energy transfers and apply them contextually. PowerPoint and worksheet included.
New AQA Physics (Energy unit) - KS3 Energy review lesson
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New AQA Physics (Energy unit) - KS3 Energy review lesson

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A pre-topic review lesson aimed at reviewing the Keystage 3 energy curriculum. The lesson is fully differentiated (A*-C, adaptable to 9-1) The lesson content aims to develop pupils qualitative and quantitative understanding of the energy before the topic content begins. Also suitable for KS3 energy revision lessons. PowerPoint, worksheet and home learning included.
KS3 and KS4 blank powerpoint format
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KS3 and KS4 blank powerpoint format

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A power point template that I use to plan my lessons on. You can insert (Click: New Slide) different types of slides that make producing power points easier and quicker! The slides contain: Starter slide, plenary slide, information slides, activity slides, success criteria slides, video slides, Learning objectives slide