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Welcome to my range of science resources, I hope to support teachers and students with my range of whole lessons, active revision cards, funky foldables and more. In case of queries contact lilac.anchor@yahoo.com

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Welcome to my range of science resources, I hope to support teachers and students with my range of whole lessons, active revision cards, funky foldables and more. In case of queries contact lilac.anchor@yahoo.com

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Double lessons provided of:
Glycolysis and the Link Reaction
Kreb’s Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation, Anaerobic Respiration and Respiratory Quotients.
Three double lessons on Respiration ready to teach, with many activities including; information organisers, spot the mistake, foldables, active revision cards

Anaerobic Respiration and Respiratory Quotients Double Lesson
Learning intention: To describe the process of anaerobic respiration and the use and interpretation of the respiratory quotient
Works well in flipped learning or by a traditional method.
This was written to meet the OCR A specification but looks like it would meet the requirements of other exam boards or could be easily tweaked.
Resources include take away active revision cards for students, which double up as sources of information and can be issued the lesson prior to turn into a flipped learning environment - they read all the information they need, then spend the lesson learning it further/ applying it/ using it.
Includes activities for students to learn and demontrate progress.

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New AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 Specification, printable active revision card activities. All content in here so suitable for individual sciences, trilogy, higher or foundation. My particular version is aimed at single science higher tier, can be easily adapted to suit your trilogy or foundation students.
I have grouped together all topics 1 to 7 active revision card activities, to give a great value complete revision pack for the entire GCSE content for students. Helpful for teachers as guidance to the specification. The largest topics were produced in two parts, giving you a total of 10 documents in your bundle, each part is being offered separately. Students are welcome to buy directly to help with their own revision, can help to understand the content a little easier - use together with your class notes and revision guide.
Teachers - help your lessons along to outstanding, I have seen very quick progress in my own students since I started using this format, students love them and are very willing to try. They are so useful and versatile, - revision cards, starters or plenaries, support mats, instructional material in the flipped classroom.

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New AQA GCSE Physics 9-1 Specification, printable active revision card activities. All content in here so suitable for individual sciences, trilogy, higher or foundation. My particular powerpoint version is aimed at single science higher tier, can be easily adapted to suit your trilogy or foundation students.
I have grouped together all topics 1 to 8 active revision card activities, to give a great value complete revision pack for the entire GCSE content for students. The largest topics were produced in two parts, giving you a total of 10 documents in your bundle, each part is being offered separately. Students are welcome to buy directly to help with their own revision, can help to understand the content a little easier - use together with your class notes and revision guide.
Teachers - help your lessons along to outstanding, I have seen very quick progress in my own students since I started using this format, students love them and are very willing to try. They are so useful and versatile, - revision cards, starters or plenaries, support mats, instructional material in the flipped classroom.

Krebs Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation Double Lesson
Learning intention: To describe the process and site of the Krebs Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation.
Can easily be split into two lessons if required. Works well in flipped learning or by a traditional method.
This was written to meet the OCR A specification but looks like it would meet the requirements of other exam boards or could be easily tweaked.
Resources include take away active revision cards for students, which double up as sources of information and can be issued the lesson prior to turn into a flipped learning environment - they read all the information they need, then spend the lesson learning it further/ applying it/ using it.
Plenty of activities for students to learn and demontrate progress.

This is lesson 6 in the new Cell Biology topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4
Covering chromosomes, mitosis and the cell cycle, with learning intention: To describe the stages of the cell cycle.
Each lesson provides take away learning card(s) so the students can keep a record of the content for that lesson, this lesson provides a treasure hunt to collect the information, choice of activties to consolidate and be creative, opportunities to make flash cards and exit tickets to adjust teaching in the next lesson.
All elements are included for an outstanding lesson.

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A whole topic planned for you including take away revision cards, information organisers, foldable workbooks, many activities and all are outstanding lessons written by experienced teacher and examiner.
Lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
Lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis.
Lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis.
Lesson 4 Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis.
Lesson 5 Learning intention: To compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Lesson 6 Learning intention: Explain the changes that occur to the body through exercise.
Required Practical Lesson: Photosynthesis

This is the required practical lesson on Photosynthesis in the Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson/ double lesson at KS4.
Best to run this full lesson as a double if time allows, this practical focuses on hypothesis writing and naming variables, hazards must be considered as they do for every lesson, good opportunity to practise graphing also but lesson can be condensed into a single if needed.
This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary).
Learning intention:
ALSO look up my other lessons for this topic; Investigate the Effect of Light Intensity on the Rate of Photosynthesis
Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 4 Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 5 Learning intention: To compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Paid for lesson 6 Learning intention: Explain the changes that occur to the body through exercise. Describe the reactions involved in metabolism.
This is the required practical lesson on photosynthesis.
Includes keyword revision cards, many activities to get students thinking about the practical, scaffolded responses, practical work organiser/ practical book sheet, opportunity to focus on key practical skills and practise others.

Glycolysis and the Link Reaction Double Lesson
Learning intention: To describe the process and site of glycolysis and the link reaction
Can easily be split into two lessons if required. Works well in flipped learning or by a traditional method.
This was written to meet the OCR A specification but looks like it would meet the requirements of other exam boards or could be easily tweaked.
Resources include take away active revision cards for students, which double up as sources of information and can be issued the lesson prior to turn into a flipped learning environment - they read all the information they need, then spend the lesson learning it further/ applying it/ using it.
Plenty of activities for students to learn and demontrate progress.

Forces and Motion Work Mats - Includes an answer sheets. Please leave a review!
Includes; Distance, Displacement, Speed, Velocity; Distance-Time Relationship; Acceleration; Terminal Velocity; Newton’s Laws; stopping distance; momentum; a card sort; calculations pracise; formulae recognition.
Suggestions below to - USE these is an outstanding lesson.
An information mat AND worksheet/ work mat for students to collect and organise the information they require for the Newton’s Laws lesson. No books or other resources required for this activity as I have written all materials to work together and allow the students to work independently.
Other science topics have been written and available, some for free some paid for.
There are many uses for this resource depending on ability
High Ability
Higher sets are asked to read the review sheet as homework before the lesson, perhaps asking for a word glossary or mind map to be produced. The starter for the lesson would be to complete the work mat from memory, then switch to another colour to complete using the Information Mat (review). The rest of the lesson I ask a high ability set to apply the knowledge.
Low Ability
Lower sets are able to independently complete the work using the Information mat (review) and work mat together, they can read and simply find the answers.

**Newton’s Laws Organised Work Mat - Includes an answer sheet. Please leave a review! Suggestions below to - USE these is an outstanding lesson.
An information mat AND worksheet/ work mat for students to collect and organise the information they require for the Newton’s Laws lesson. No books or other resources required for this activity as I have written all materials to work together and allow the students to work independently.
Part of a pack that I sell on Part 2 Forces Topic 5 (the motion topics), which includes work mats and activities such as calculations and card sorts.
There are many uses for this resource depending on ability
High Ability
Higher sets are asked to read the review sheet as homework before the lesson, perhaps asking for a word glossary or mind map to be produced. The starter for the lesson would be to complete the work mat from memory, then switch to another colour to complete using the Information Mat (review). The rest of the lesson I ask a high ability set to apply the knowledge.
Low Ability
Lower sets are able to independently complete the work using the Information mat (review) and work mat together, they can read and simply find the answers.

This is lesson 6 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4.
This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches metabolism plus the response to exercise.
Learning intention: Explain the changes that occur to the body through exercise. Describe the reactions involved in metabolism.
ALSO look up
Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 4 Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 5 Learning intention: To compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
(This is lesson 6.)
Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, information mats, many student activities, printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) which double up as revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics), or read ahead before the lesson, foldable notebook. Giving students the take away revision cards also ticks the box for providing intervention for any students behind target, supporting EAL, pupil premium etc. Exit tickets are also included, allowing the teacher to personalise learning.

Topic 5 Chemistry - A complete set of information mats AND worksheets/ work mats for students to collect and organise the information they require to meet the AQA specification. No books or other sources required as I have written all materials to work together and allow the students to work independently.
All content included trilogy/biology, foundation/higher.
All answer sheets are also included.
Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions
Reaction Profiles
Bond Energies
Bond Energy Additional Mastery
Bond Energy Card Sort
Cells and Batteries
Fuel Cells
Fuel Cell Card Sort
Also available as active revision cards in my shop.

Photosynthesis Work Mat, Includes an answer sheet. Please leave a review! Suggestions below to - USE these in an outstanding lesson.
An information mat AND worksheet/ work mat for students to collect and organise the information they require for the Explaining Photosynthesis lesson. No books or other sources required as I have written all materials to work together and allow the students to work independently.
There are many uses for this resource depending on ability
High Ability
Higher sets are asked to read the review sheet as homework before the lesson, perhaps asking for a word glossary or mind map to be produced. The starter for the lesson would be to complete the work mat from memory, then switch to another colour to complete using the Information Mat (review). The rest of the lesson I ask a high ability set to apply the knowledge.
Low Ability
Lower sets are able to independently complete the work using the Information mat (review) and work mat together, they can read and simply find the answers.

Bioenergetics - A complete set of information mats AND worksheets/ work mats for students to collect and organise the information they require to meet the AQA specification. No books or other sources required as I have written all materials to work together and allow the students to work independently.
All content included trilogy/biology, foundation/higher.
All answer sheets are also included.
Photosynthesis
The Rate of Photosynthesis - Limiting Factors (1)
The Rate of Photosynthesis - Limiting Factors (2)
Light Intensity and rate calculations
Respiration
Metabolism and Exercise
Also available as active revision cards in my shop.

This is lesson 5 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4.
This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches aerobic and anaerobic respiration and the comparison (plants, animals, yeast.)
Learning intention: To compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration
ALSO look up
Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 4 Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis.
(This is lesson 5.)
Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, information mats, a wow demo, many student activities printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) which double up as revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics), or read ahead before the lesson, class sets equations cards for printing on cards or laminating. Giving students the take away revision cards also ticks the box for providing intervention for any students behind target, supporting EAL, pupil premium etc.

This is lesson 4 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4.
This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches how to interpret the rate of photosynthesis graphs in terms of limiting factors.
Learning intention: To interpret data about the rate of photosynthesis
ALSO look up
Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis.
Paid for lesson 3 Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis.
(This is lesson 4)
Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, differentiated worksheets to provide students with a scaffolded approach to help them interpret the graphs (which many students find tricky), printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) which double up as revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics), or read ahead before the lesson. Giving students the take away revision cards also ticks the box for providing intervention for any students behind target, supporting EAL, pupil premium etc. Exit tickets are also included, allowing the teacher to personalise learning.

This is lesson 3 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4.
This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis.
Learning intention: To explain how the structure of a leaf is adapted for photosynthesis.
ALSO look up
Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
Paid for lesson 2 Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis.
(This advertised resource is for lesson 3.)
Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, activities for the students, mini plenaries to ensure students are understanding as you go along, a modelling activity that you can keep to remind students in future lessons, printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) which double up as revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics), or read ahead before the lesson.

This is lesson 2 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4.
This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches the uses of glucose in the plant.
Learning intention: To describe how plants use the glucose they produce in photosynthesis.
ALSO look up
Free lesson 1 Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
(This advertised resource is for lesson 2.)
Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, activities for the students, mini plenaries to ensure students are understanding as you go along, a short modelling activity that you can keep to remind students in future lessons, printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) and revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics).

This is lesson 1 in the new Bioenergetics topic for AQA new 9-1 Trilogy and Biology specification. Written by an experienced teacher, writer and examiner, for teachers to teach a whole lesson at KS4.
This lesson contains all elements for an outstanding lesson, with maximum student involvement and minimal teacher consolidation (just the chalk and talk that is necessary). Teaches the equation and keywords, test for starch with instructions for a practical/demo.
Learning intention: To explain photosynthesis with an equation, naming reactant and products.
Includes a tool for the demonstration of progress, activities for the students, mini plenaries to ensure students are understanding as you go along, an optional practical or demonstration, printable support mats to have available in the room (fantastic if you don’t have any or enough text books) and revision cards to give the students to take away and revise with (the revision cards are available to purchase as whole topics).