AQA Physics Equations *NEW SPEC* inc revision cards

AQA Physics Equations *NEW SPEC* inc revision cards

This has a full list of the equations with units and symbol equations. The equations are separated into those that need to be learn and those that need to be applied. Also included is the same equations on quiz cards, the terms on the front of the card and full equation with units on the back. Set with just the terms on the front for pupils to fill in themselves if you wish. I have done a similar set for Trilogy AQA on my resources. :)
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AQA Trilogy Equations *NEW SPEC* incl revision cards

AQA Trilogy Equations *NEW SPEC* incl revision cards

This has a full list of the equations with units and symbol equations. The equations are separated into those that need to be learn and those that need to be applied. Also included is the same equations on quiz cards, the terms on the front of the card and full equation with units on the back. Set with just the terms on the front for pupils to fill in themselves if you wish. I have done a similar set for Physics AQA on my resources. :)
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Physics Equations AQA Trilogy

Physics Equations AQA Trilogy

A Worksheet containing all the Physics equations that need to be memorised and those that just need to be applied. Spaces where pupils should fill in units and rearrange to find different terms.
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Aseptic techniques/culturing bacteria/testing antibiotics  *BIG PRACTICAL*

Aseptic techniques/culturing bacteria/testing antibiotics *BIG PRACTICAL*

Resources developed as part of a *BIG PRACTICAL*. These are designed to practice a skill - usually using a preliminary investigation - then a full investigation write up. These are tailored toward the way the new GCSE (2016 on wards) is designed to test practical skills as well as context. First lesson Resources: aseptic techniques practice, pupils-account-of-aseptic-techniques (+ppt) Practical: Pupils culture a known bacterial both using aseptic techniques, with an aim of achieving zero contamination. Activities order: Teacher intro, practical write up using frame and practical, KILLER CHALLENGE correcting a poor aseptic method Second lesson Resources: Testing antibiotics (+ppt) Practical: Pupils complete the same method of culturing known bacterial broths using aseptic techniques but add antibiotic disks. Activity order: Look at plates from previous lesson and look if they have been successful and what they need to improve. Practical and write up. Third lesson Resources: Antibiotic plate sheet, Diameter-zone-of-inhibition (+ppt) Activity order: Look at antibiotic plates, Complete sheet looking at antibiotics and comparing zones of inhibition, calculating zones of inhibition for comparison.
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Required Practical AQA 2016 Osmosis/Diffusion/Active Transport

Required Practical AQA 2016 Osmosis/Diffusion/Active Transport

This is a unit (4 lessons) for filling the AQA required practical although can be easily used for other specifications. The method used are the recommended practical methods published by AQA. The lessons are as follows: 1) Diffusion 2) Investigate how surface area affects diffusion 3/4) Investigate the rate of osmosis in different sugar solutions 5) Active transport This has been designed as part of a year 9 scheme of work which have been fully undated to cover the new AQA specification, change in assessment objective weightings and mathematical requirements. Please leave a review of these resources.
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