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General resources spanning all the Sciences from KS3 to KS4. Specialising in Biology for KS5.

General resources spanning all the Sciences from KS3 to KS4. Specialising in Biology for KS5.
KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - Climate Change & The Carbon Cycle [Including Lesson Plans]
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KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - Climate Change & The Carbon Cycle [Including Lesson Plans]

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Based on the KS3 National Curriculum, this resource uses the BSG (Bronze, Silver, Gold) Learning Objective Scheme *All relevant slides have notes to help facilitate teaching. Potentially the first proper, public implication of the BSG Learning Objective scheme. I will be using this scheme in all my lessons unless I do not see pupil progress, then I will change my approaches. I However, if pupil progress is achieved, I will be basing my Thesis to determine if this scheme does have a positive effect on students. I am a real ambassador for this scheme, and hope there proves to be method to the madness of my teaching style. The BSG Learning Objective Scheme aims to add a competitive element to students reaching higher attainment levels - not only does it encourage lower attaining students to reach higher, but it also provides higher attaining students with the accomplishment of "getting gold". Regardless of level attainment, it means that all students can be made to feel like winners as they are able to all achieve a medal. All resources uploaded by me will use this framework, unless it has no, or a negative, effect on pupil progress from students during my placement year. *All resources uploaded by me have been watermarked with my tes.com username.
KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - Extracting Metals [Including Lesson Plans]
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KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - Extracting Metals [Including Lesson Plans]

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(Includes a brief recap on the Carbon Cycle) Based on the KS3 National Curriculum, this resource uses the BSG (Bronze, Silver, Gold) Learning Objective Scheme *All relevant slides have notes to help facilitate teaching. Potentially the first proper, public implication of the BSG Learning Objective scheme. I will be using this scheme in all my lessons unless I do not see pupil progress, then I will change my approaches. I However, if pupil progress is achieved, I will be basing my Thesis to determine if this scheme does have a positive effect on students. I am a real ambassador for this scheme, and hope there proves to be method to the madness of my teaching style. The BSG Learning Objective Scheme aims to add a competitive element to students reaching higher attainment levels - not only does it encourage lower attaining students to reach higher, but it also provides higher attaining students with the accomplishment of "getting gold". Regardless of level attainment, it means that all students can be made to feel like winners as they are able to all achieve a medal. All resources uploaded by me will use this framework, unless it has no, or a negative, effect on pupil progress from students during my placement year. *All resources uploaded by me have been watermarked with my tes.com username.
KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - Global Warming
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KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - Global Warming

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Based on the KS3 National Curriculum, this resource uses the BSG (Bronze, Silver, Gold) Learning Objective Scheme *All relevant slides have notes to help facilitate teaching. Potentially the first proper, public implication of the BSG Learning Objective scheme. I will be using this scheme in all my lessons unless I do not see pupil progress, then I will change my approaches. I However, if pupil progress is achieved, I will be basing my Thesis to determine if this scheme does have a positive effect on students. I am a real ambassador for this scheme, and hope there proves to be method to the madness of my teaching style. The BSG Learning Objective Scheme aims to add a competitive element to students reaching higher attainment levels - not only does it encourage lower attaining students to reach higher, but it also provides higher attaining students with the accomplishment of "getting gold". Regardless of level attainment, it means that all students can be made to feel like winners as they are able to all achieve a medal. All resources uploaded by me will use this framework, unless it has no, or a negative, effect on pupil progress from students during my placement year. *All resources uploaded by me have been watermarked with my tes.com username.
KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - The Carbon Cycle
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KS3 Earth and Atmosphere - The Carbon Cycle

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Based on the KS3 National Curriculum, this resource uses the BSG (Bronze, Silver, Gold) Learning Objective Scheme *All relevant slides have notes to help facilitate teaching. Potentially the first proper, public implication of the BSG Learning Objective scheme. I will be using this scheme in all my lessons unless I do not see pupil progress, then I will change my approaches. I However, if pupil progress is achieved, I will be basing my Thesis to determine if this scheme does have a positive effect on students. I am a real ambassador for this scheme, and hope there proves to be method to the madness of my teaching style. The BSG Learning Objective Scheme aims to add a competitive element to students reaching higher attainment levels - not only does it encourage lower attaining students to reach higher, but it also provides higher attaining students with the accomplishment of "getting gold". Regardless of level attainment, it means that all students can be made to feel like winners as they are able to all achieve a medal. All resources uploaded by me will use this framework, unless it has no, or a negative, effect on pupil progress from students during my placement year. *All resources uploaded by me have been watermarked with my tes.com username.
KS3/4 (GCSE) - Electronic Structure & The (Development of) Periodic Table [Including Lesson Plans]
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KS3/4 (GCSE) - Electronic Structure & The (Development of) Periodic Table [Including Lesson Plans]

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Based on the KS3 National Curriculum, this resource uses the BSG (Bronze, Silver, Gold) Learning Objective Scheme *All relevant slides have notes to help facilitate teaching. Potentially the first proper, public implication of the BSG Learning Objective scheme. I will be using this scheme in all my lessons unless I do not see pupil progress, then I will change my approaches. I However, if pupil progress is achieved, I will be basing my Thesis to determine if this scheme does have a positive effect on students. I am a real ambassador for this scheme, and hope there proves to be method to the madness of my teaching style. The BSG Learning Objective Scheme aims to add a competitive element to students reaching higher attainment levels - not only does it encourage lower attaining students to reach higher, but it also provides higher attaining students with the accomplishment of "getting gold". Regardless of level attainment, it means that all students can be made to feel like winners as they are able to all achieve a medal. All resources uploaded by me will use this framework, unless it has no, or a negative, effect on pupil progress from students during my placement year. *All resources uploaded by me have been watermarked with my tes.com username.