Please find attached the presentation, homework and practical activity 'From gums to bums' to highlight each organ that makes up the digestive system.
There is a collective memory task that allows students to label up their digestive system from A3 sheets with all of the information. This is differentiated for the SEN pupils or lower ability students that may be in your class.
There is also an interactive quiz with the answers too.
Everything you need to introduce the digestive system! Enjoy!
Lessons and Resources for:
Lesson one - Environments
Lesson two - Day and Night
Lesson three - Predators and Prey
Lesson four - Ecology Investigation
Lesson five - Food Chains and Food Webs
Lesson six - Energy Loss and Pyramids of numbers
Find the unit of work for Digestion with practicals. Lessons, resources and practical work sheets. Very easily adaptable:
Order of Lessons:
Lesson One: A balanced Diet
Lesson two: Food Tests
Lesson three: Organic Foods
Lesson Four: Digestive System
Lesson Five: Enzymes
Lesson Six: Chewing it over (Catalyst Experiment)
Lesson 7: Absorption
Lesson 8: Assessment - Journey of a Cheese Sandwich
Please find attached the work resources, worksheets and assessments with practical work for this topic.
Please find the lesson order:
Lesson 1: Physical and chemical changes
Lesson 2: Identifying Chemical changes
Lesson 3: Word equations and testing for hydrogen
Lesson 4: Reactions of carbonates and testing for CO2
Lesson 5: Copper Parcels
Lesson 6: Burning Metals
Lesson 7: Getting Hotter
Lesson 8: Fire Triangle
Please find other resources attached
Please find attached the resources, worksheets and practical for this topic.
Please find the order of the lessons:
Lesson one: Are you fit?
Lesson two: Breathing
Lesson three: Smoking
Lesson Four: Alcohol
Lesson Five: The Skeleton and Movement
Please find attached the resources, worksheets and lesson presentations for this unit of work.
Lesson order as follows:
Lesson one: Photosynthesis
Lesson two: Investigating photosynthesis
Lesson three: Structure of a leaf
Lesson four: Finding Stomata with a microscope
Lesson five: Microscope roots
Lesson six: Photosynthesis vs respiration
There is also an observed lesson added for lesson four with lesson plan and differentiated activities and resources.
Please find attached all of the resources, powerpoints, and activities for this topic.
The lesson order is as follows:
Lesson 1: Fruit and Vegetables and Fertilisers
Lesson 2: Fertiliser investigation (heavy practical)
Lesson 3: Competition and bioaccumulation
Lesson 4: Populations and Sampling
Plus lots of extra powerpoint presentations to help teach this topic.
Please find attached all of the resources to teach the acids and alkalis unit.
Please find the following order of lessons:
Lesson 1: Acids
Lesson 2: Alkalis
Lesson 3: Natural Indicators
Lesson 4: Universal Indicator and PH
Lesson 5: Neutralisation
Lesson 6, 7 and 8: Indigestion - Antacid practical.
Please find attached all of the resources, worksheets, and assessment for this topic.
The order of lessons are as follows:
Lesson 1: Reproduction
Lesson 2: Selective Breeding
Lesson 3: Breeding Plants
Lesson 4: GM Crops (Computer Room/Laptop Lesson)
Lesson 5: Inheritance
Please find attached worksheets, presentations, practicals and homework for the respiratory system and respiration. Easily adaptable.
Lesson one: Respiration
Lesson two: Proving respiration
Lesson three: Anaerobic Respiration
Lesson four and five: The respiratory system
Lesson six and seven: The circulatory system
Please find attached all of the worksheets, homeworks, presentations and videos for this topic.
Lesson order as follows:
Lesson one: Introduction to microbes
Lesson two: Useful microbes
Lesson three: Spreading of microbes
Lesson four: Fighting microbes
Lesson five: Preventing disease
There are a lot of other resources included to help teach the topic.
Please find attached lessons, resources and worksheets for the year 8 environment topic.
This is the lesson order:
Lesson 1: Food Chains and Webs
Lesson 2: Populations
Lesson 3: Squirrel War
Lesson 4: Estimating populations.
Other resources to help you teach this topic are also attached.
Fantastic lesson where students collect different information provided around the room to formulate their own opinion on whether the moon landings were real or fake.
Fantastic opportunity to debate with students. Gets everyone involved - can be adapted to suit all ages and abilities.
This lesson is a fantastic opportunity to incorporate some practical lessons into the space topic.
This task allows students to use some maths skills to convert the distances to scale for their orbit paths.
Better for your Y7 groups due to the orbit paths and the complications of not spherical paths for the older groups. But this could be explained.
This lesson was based on the Kerboodle Activate 2 Chemistry unit all about the earth.
This lesson and resources, alongside the lesson plan outlines a lovely lesson on Sedimentary Rock with the students up and around.
Please find attached the lesson plan, all activities and the powerpoint presentation for Renewable energy sources. It is centred around building a Wind Farm in "Your school's playing field". I have placed it at The Long Eaton School as that was where this lesson was delivered.
There are sentence starters and different worksheets. There is also a chance to place the advantages and disadvantages around the room and get students to follow the trail. Like a carousel/relay activity. Follow the lesson plan, happy tweaking!
Introduction lesson to different energy sources. Part 1 of 2.
Lesson Plan and all resources including PowerPoint and lesson plans and all activities. Students are to create a comic book strip about fossil fuels.
Please find attached all of the resources for a Power Calculation lesson.
There is a wordsearch to start and numerous calculation questions with the answer sheet attached. There is a lesson plan with the direction of the lesson too.