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A range of student facing resources focused on KS3 and GCSE Biology, Chemistry, Physics and GCSE Computer Science that are differentiated and ready to teach.

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A range of student facing resources focused on KS3 and GCSE Biology, Chemistry, Physics and GCSE Computer Science that are differentiated and ready to teach.

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Electricity and Magnetism. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9.
This lesson looks at Electromagnets and their uses in the real world including Maglev trains, the electric bell and an electric shower.
This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the key components of an electromagnet (recap).
*Describe the different applications of electromagnets.
*Explain the advantages of using electromagnets to operate a train compared to a normal locomotive.
*Apply your understanding of electromagnets and the Earth's magnetic field to make a prediction of whether a switch in the Earth’s magnetic field will affect Maglev trains.
This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Electromagnetism module.
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the field lines on a magnet and solenoid
*Describe the factors that effect the strength of an electromagnet
*Explain some of the uses of electromagnets
*Apply the ideas of electromagnetism to exam questions
*Link the factors affecting the strength of an electromagnet to plan an investigation on the strength of electromagnets
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Electromagnetism module.
This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the left hand rule, and describe how to use it
*Describe the key parts of a motor and their jobs
*Explain how to use the motor effect to build a motor
*Apply the motor effect to explain how a microphone works
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Internal Energy and Energy Transfer.
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the key parts of a cooling curve graph.
*Describe how to calculate the energy required to melt a substance.
*Explain, using results from a practical, the energy required to melt ice.
*Apply your understanding of the equation for specific latent heat, to rearrange and find other quantities from the information is given.
*Link your understanding of units and specific latent heat to explain why the units of specific latent heat are different to specific heat capacity.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!
NB: Please note that the worked answers to the differentiated questions have been uploaded into the bundle (26/09/2016)

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Space. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9.
This lesson looks at series and the Earth and Seasons, What a day and year is and what causes the seasons.
This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Describe what a day and a year on Earth is.
*Describe what causes seasons on Earth.
*Apply graphical data to predict temperatures of different parts of the world.
*Link your understanding of seasons to predict the temperature of Australia in December.
This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Current and Electricity. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9.
This lesson looks at Resistance, V=IR and the factors that effect resistance.
This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*I can describe what is meant by resistance.
*I can calculate the resistance of a component of a circuit.
*I can describe factors that effect the resistance in a circuit.
*I can link the equation for power, current and voltage with the equation that links current, voltage and resistance to find the power of a device using the resistance and voltage.
This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Waves (4.6).
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the two main types of wave.
*Describe the key parts of a waveform.
*Explain compressions and rarefactions in terms of the spacing of particles using a particle model.
*Apply your understanding of wave forms to explain the similarities and differences between longitudinal and transverse waves.
*Link your understanding of how longitudinal waves transfer energy to explain why you cannot hear sounds in space.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Electricity and Magnetism. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9.
This lesson looks at Electromagnets, how to build one and the different factors the can be changes to vary the strength of an electromagnet.
This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*I can identify the key similarities and differences in a magnet and an electromagnet.
*I can describe how to make an electromagnet.
*I can explain how to change the strength of an electromagnet.
*I can link my understanding of electromagnets to explain why these are more useful than permanent magnets in some situations.
This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Current and Electricity. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9.
This lesson looks at series and parallel circuits, and the different properties of each type.
This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*I can identify the uses of some series and parallel circuits.
*I can describe the difference between series and parallel circuits.
*I can describe how current and potential difference vary in series and parallel circuits.
*I can link my understanding of circuit structure to explain the structure of circuits that are used in domestic households.
This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Particle model of matter.
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify that the density of a material is the mass per unit volume (recap).
*Describe which material has the highest density, using calculation .
*Explain the density of a material using the eureka can method and calculation.
*Apply your understanding of the density equation to re arrange it and calculate density, mass and volume.
*Link the density equation to solve a real world situation about an iceberg.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Electromagnetism module.
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the names of the poles of a magnet, and some magnetic materials.
*Describe how to represent field lines from a magnet.
*Explain, using a diagram, what the magnetic field lines of the Earth look like.
*Apply your understanding of magnetic fields to explain why some magnets are stronger than others, and draw what their field lines may look like.
*Link the idea of field lines to explain what the field lines look like during attraction and repulsion.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Waves (4.6)
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify that sound requires a medium to travel in.
*Describe how to measure the speed of a wave on a string.
*Explain, using calculation, the speed of a wave.
*Apply the wave equation, by rearranging to find the wave speed, wavelength and frequency of a wave.
*Link your understanding of the particle model to explain if sound travels faster in solids, liquids or gases.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching KS3 Physics, Electricity and Magnetism. It is aimed at teaching the AQA GCSE course from the beginning of year 9.
This lesson looks at Magnets and Magnetic fields, what they are, how they are represented and the Earth's magnetic field.
This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*I can state the like poles repel and unlike poles attract
*I can describe how to represent magnetic fields.
*I can explain the features of the Earth’s magnetic field.
*I can link my understanding of magnetic field interactions to explain why the geographic North pole of the Earth is actually a magnetic south pole.
This lesson is designed challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Waves (4.6)
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection in a ray diagram.
*Describe how to measure the angle of incidence and angle of refraction for a simple refraction.
*Explain how to construct a ray diagram showing the refraction of light at a boundary between two different materials.
*Apply your understanding to explain how the refraction of light can cause the depth of a material to appear less than it actually is.
*Link your understanding of refraction and the visible light spectrum to explain the dispersion of light through a prism in terms of different changes of speed for different wavelengths of light.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Waves (4.6)
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify the steps involved in transmitting and detecting radio wave signals.
*Describe how mobile phones communicate.
*Explain, how you could conduct your own experiment to investigate claims about the risks of microwaves.
*Apply your understanding of the electromagnetic spectrum to discuss whether the worries over mobile phone masts are justified.
*Link your ideas to this topic to explain whether you think scientists can be biased.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Internal Energy and Energy Transfers.
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify that the density of a material is the mass per unit volume.
*Describe that density is a property of a material, and not a particular object.
*Explain, using practical results, how to calculate the density of different regular shapes.
*Apply your understanding of the particle model to explain why some objects float on water.
*Link the particle arrangement of liquids and solutions to explain why tap water floats on top of salt water.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to Internal Energy and Energy Transfers.
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify how you can find the specific heat capacity for a material.
*Describe a practical that you can do to test the specific heat capacity of a metal.
*Explain how the energy required to heat a material changes with specific heat capacity.
*Apply your understanding of efficiency to calculate how efficient your practical is.
*Link your understanding of metallic structures to explain why metals tend to have lower specific heat capacities than none metals.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!
V1.01 - Update to some of the animations in the powerpoint.

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new GCSE Physics and Combined Physics specification. This lesson links with Forces and Motion.
There are 2 learning objectives in the IDEAL format:
• Apply your understanding of GPE and KE to find the energy of a rollercoaster at different points in its journey.
• Link your understanding of EPE to this to find the velocity, height, and EPE stored in a spring at different points during its motion.
This lesson is designed with a challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst detailed slides help with dual coding to support all students.
All answers for tasks are included in the slideshow in a peer and/or self-assessment format to save you time in marking.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new GCSE Physics and Combined Physics specification.
This lesson links with Electricity
There are 3 learning objectives in the IDEAL format:
• Identify the shape of a range of voltage-current (IV) graphs.
• Explain the main features of each of type of IV graph.
• Apply IV characteristics to explain the uses of different components.
This lesson is designed with a challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst detailed slides help with dual coding to support all students.
All answers for tasks are included in the slideshow in a peer and/or self-assessment format to save you time in marking.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!
I have combined a range of resources within this bundle from other users on TES that I have not been able to credit. I would like to thank people for sharing their resources and am happy to credit users where necessary – please get in touch!

This resource is a free example of the lesson that I offer.
This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Energy and Energy resources module, including the required practical involving thermal conductivity.
This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format:
*Identify some factors that affect the rate of heat transfer.
*Describe how to improve heat transfer.
*Explain, using results, which insulator was best at its job.
*Apply your understanding of air as a conductor to explain why this was the best insulator.
*Link your results to explain how we make sure that double glazed windows are energy efficient.
This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students.
Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson.
Enjoy!