Help sheets created for students to help with assignments. I took students on a visit for assignment A and D to Whitworths food analysis lab and to Northampton General Hospital pathology lab. Edit assignments A and D for where you have taken the students on a visit.
A worksheet based on how maths teach maths concepts. Built on low demand questions just using the equation and then building in units, conversions, rearranging the equation and then gcse exam questions. Can be used for any exam board as it is common content (AQA, OCR, Edexcel). Newtons second law of motion or F=m x a
The numbers match the AQA Alevel chemistry periodic table and are all to 1dp. If you print out each section onto different coloured paper and then cut out. Depending on the size of your display you can print 4 or 6 to a page, labels at the end should be printed onto A4 so that they can be read from the other side of the room.
Can be used for KS3 or KS4 - really helped students understand moving the reactants and products on the axis. The cardsort needs to be cut out (I laminated a set of 15 that can be used again and again).
A unit of lessons and worksheets that have been used to cover all the foundation topics in the AQA trilogy quantitiative chemistry unit. I have taught these lessons with a bottom set who are very weak, so lots of going over concepts and revisiting and practice.
Relative formula mass
Balancing equations (this spanned 2 hours)
Conservation of mass
These lessons have been taught in double lessons (2 hours) so may need splitting up for shorter lessons.
Lesson 1+2: Intro to unit 3, examples of part A and B to introduce, introduction of the 5 key practicals, start of electricity, symbols, and a chance to make circuits.
Lesson 3 + 4: Part B possible analysis questions, introduction to all the equations that could come up, a practice of Part A Jan 2019 (not included as still locked on edexcel online).
Lesson 5 + 6: Part B possible graph questions, variables, errors (%) and evaluation, a practice of section 1 of Part B Jan 2019 (not included as still locked on edexcel online).
Lesson 7 + 8: Part B possible section 2 questions, planning a method, a practice of section 2 of Part B Jan 2020 (not included as still locked on edecxcel online)
An entire unit of 6 x 1 hour lessons with worksheets used for the organic chemistry unit in GCSE AQA Chemistry.
Triple content is included at the end of the lesson (if there is anything extra it is clearly signposted after a slide), this can be included/moved around in the lesson depending on the students being taught. There are also three extra lessons that cover purely triple content.
A document to try and ease the issues with moving rooms with tutor groups or not having a tutor base to create a tutor board in due to COVID-19.
The first page has links to each page in the document and can be edited for your own school (for example my school uses “RTP” for the weekly equipment check but your school may use another term).
Each page has a link back to the main page so that more than one activity can be done in one tutor time. More pages can be added depending on school needs.
A set of lessons used to teach the unit 3 content for the exam about the diffusion practical. These have been taught in 2 hour sessions so may need breaking up if you have shorter lessons.
Lesson 1 + 2 = Practical introduction (method evaluation focus)
Lesson 3 + 4 = Practical Part A (practice with agar)
Lesson 5 + 6 = Part B practice
Lesson 7+ 8 = Part A + B in new format practice
Can be used to teach first aid basics to students, you will need to make the card sorts (so you have enough for your group size), and you will need access to resuscitate Annies (can be sourced from the British heart foundation or purchased from St Johns Ambulance). A workbook for students to use and fill in matching the weekly powerpoints.
Prior knowledge and common misconception sheets for each of the units for GCSE AQA Chemistry. Units have been changed slightly, split up etc to aid in teaching, I have uploaded the specification sheets in my shop (free) to show what is taught in each unit.