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Plant Hormone Dominoes (with answers)
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Plant Hormone Dominoes (with answers)

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A set of dominoes to use as a plenary or as a revision resource. Students have to cut out the dominoes and then match up the questions with the answers. All are from the GCSE biology topic 'plant hormones'.
Forest School Pupil Observation
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Forest School Pupil Observation

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Created for the Forest School’s Leadership Qualification (Level 3). Specifically for Unit 5: 2 – Be able to assess the impact of Forest School on participants. 2.1 – Observe 3 individuals and assess the impact of Forest School on their behaviour and learning References British Association of Early Childhood Education (BAECE) (2012) Early Years Foundation Stage. Development Matters. London: Early Education. Goleman, D. (1995). Emotional intelligence. Bantam Books, Inc. Laevers, F. (1994) The Leuven Involvement Scale for Young Children. Experiential Education Series, No 1. Leuven: Centre for Experiential Education. Laevers, F. (Ed.) (2008). Well-being and Involvement in Care Settings. A Process-oriented Self-evaluation Instrument (SiCs). Brussel: Kind & Gezin. VanDellen, M. R. (2008). Social, personal and environmental influences on self-control. [Online] Available at: https://dukespace.lib.duke.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/10161/612/D_VanDellen_Michelle_a_200805.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y (last accessed 05.01.2020).
Exit Ticket
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Exit Ticket

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An A4 sheet with six prepared exit tickets. A quick and easy way to collect feedback on learning which is taking place in your class.
Cell Biology Word Search
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Cell Biology Word Search

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A cell biology word search which is great way to introduce key words for the topic. Can be used as a starter, plenary, or extension task. Keywords: Eukaryotic cell, prokaryotic cell, animal cell, plant cell, chloroplast, nucleus, vacuole, cell wall, mitochondria, ribosome
Forest School Lesson Plan
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Forest School Lesson Plan

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Developed for specifically to help achieve the Unit 4 elements of the Forest School Leader (Level 3) “Plan initial 6 forest School programme sessions, showing links to own client groups learning and development objectives and needs”
Super Subitising
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Super Subitising

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The theorist Piaget was the first person to define the term subitising as the ability to instantly recognise the number of objects in a small group without needing to count them. This simple game helps children to learn this key skill. Take the pattern for the number three on a dice, children can recognise that this represents the value of three even if they can’t read the number ‘3’. Children can also see numbers within numbers using dot patters. For example, they can see the numbers two and one within three. When we played this game, children took turns to choose a counter and match it to the number pattern. It proved to be very popular!
Differentiated Cell Transport Revision Wordsearch
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Differentiated Cell Transport Revision Wordsearch

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Differentiated cell transport revision wordsearch. Students need to solve crossword clues to identify the words. Words: Active transport, diffusion, osmosis, exchange surface, concentration gradient, surface area, respiration, water, transport, passive Suitable for AQA GCSE Biology
Variation and Classification Crossword
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Variation and Classification Crossword

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Keywords linked to variation and classification. Developed for use with a Ks3 science class but could be used for GCSE. A great way to settle a class whilst consolidating learning of definitions linked to the topic.
Explore Task: Adaptations for Diffusion
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Explore Task: Adaptations for Diffusion

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Pupils are asked to complete the table as part of an explore task. To be delivered as part of the curriculum for AQA GCSE 4.1.3.1 Diffusion Research can be conducted using textbooks or as part of a websearch Diffusion: adaptations, root, small intestine, leaves, kidney and lungs
Analogy: Effect of Non-Competitive and Competitive Inhibitors on the Rate of Reaction
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Analogy: Effect of Non-Competitive and Competitive Inhibitors on the Rate of Reaction

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Analogy for Competitive and Non- Competitive Enzyme Inhibition Rate Graph Situation: Preschool birthday party game of musical chairs. The preschoolers are the substrate, the chairs are the enzymes, dads are competitive inhibitors and siblings are non-competitive inhibitors. Competitive Inhibition Some of the parent’s want to play. But the more parents there are the less likely the preschoolers are going to get a seat when the music stops. Eventually there will be a point when they are out competed for the seats because there are so many parents playing Non Competitive Inhibition The preschoolers have older siblings who are too cool to be at a party like this. When the music starts they run around pushing the chairs over so they can’t be used in the game anymore. It doesn’t matter how many preschoolers there are, they can’t ever fill all of the chairs because some are out of action.
Subitising Valentine's Style
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Subitising Valentine's Style

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Created for Valentine’s day, but can be used any time. Match the two halves of a broken heart using the written number and a dot (heart) pattern. Differentiate by printing on different coloured piece of paper for each page or the same coloured paper for more challenge.
Poo'd Done It? - Tracking the animals from Handa's Surprise
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Poo'd Done It? - Tracking the animals from Handa's Surprise

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Tracking the animals from Handa’s surpise using droppings. This was done using actual models of the poo, but the photographs can be used instead. We used them in the local woods too for added realism and created a film using FX Guru (Zoo Escape special effect). The poo discussion could use size of dropping and size of animal. Why is there a difference in colour? Similarities between your own poo and another animal (monkey) - why? Identifying bird poop from prior knowledge of bird poop in the UK. Stimulates children’s interest and is very entertaining. We also wore gloves for added realism when handling the model droppings. Droppings were made from clay and painted where appropriate with a mix of PVA and ready mixed paint. The bird poop is cornflour and water with a drop of black read mixed paint.
KS3 Materials and Everyday Chemistry Revision Mat with Answers
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KS3 Materials and Everyday Chemistry Revision Mat with Answers

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Revision mat created for use with a unit delivered at my school entitled ‘Materials and Everyday Chemistry’. It is a rather composite course including elements of ‘How Science works’ in addition to ks3 chemistry Material covered includes: Definitions, diffusion, hydrocarbon, pH, graphing and tabling skills, calculating percentage increase and decrease, fuel triangle, experimental accuracy and uncertainties.
Number matching Valentine's style
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Number matching Valentine's style

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Repair broken hearts by matching the number on each half. Written in two different fonts, it helps children to recognise and read numbers when written in different ways. Can be printed on a different colour for each page for differentiation, print on the same colour paper for greater challenge. This resource is linked to https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/subitising-valentine-s-style-12251562
Data Analysis - Graph Plotting Skills
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Data Analysis - Graph Plotting Skills

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I have created this worksheet to support A-Levels students to plot data accurately, but could easily be used with GCSE students. I deliver it as part of a lesson, prior to them doing a practical where they are required to demonstrate this as a skill. The data looks at the effect of temperature on the growth of * Onchorynchus mykiss* (Rainbow trout).
Count A Coven of Witches: A numeral and quantity matching resource
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Count A Coven of Witches: A numeral and quantity matching resource

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Explore numbers, developing an understanding that they represent quantities and use them to count, create sequences and describe order. Skill development supported by this resource include: Match numeral and quantity. Recognition of numerals 1-5. Make comparisons between quantities. Use some language of quantities, such as ‘more’ and ‘a lot’. Develop subitising skills. Number order. Use some number names accurately in play.