A starter for AQA defining the terms: systematic error, random error, zero error and anomalous result.
A KS3 chemistry lesson where students plan to get freshwater from seawater.
5 slides with a challenge relating to the topic of 'change', this years British science week theme. could be shown in form time, a starter to lessons or at the start of an assembly.
This lesson, and the resources, are for a year 6 induction lesson. It introduces the lab, how to safely perform experiments and gives the students a chance to perform an experiment. If you have plenty of time the students could perform all three experiments.
A 'Do Now..' (An immediate task for the students to focus on when they enter the room and get their books out) that considers anomalous results.
This bundle contains 2 starters and a do now. The resources are about working scientifically. The offer defections and examples of various key terms; systemic error, random error, zero error, anomalous results, reliable results, repeatable results, reproducible results, valid results
the second lesson in my series on digestion. This lesson is also objective led (like all my lessons). We explore the alimentary canal and the organs of the digestive system, noting the difference between the two. There are crosswords, which are differentiated (green being the easy and red being the hardest).
There are two lessons. The lessons meet the required practical 1 details in the spec. I have included a worksheet that could be done in class or at home to consolidate the learning.
This power point has starters and do now activities. The specification is also broken down onto slides. I suggest using these starters when teaching B2, B3… This will force the students to think back to B! topic and promote interleaved practice.