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Looking for some decent, engaging science resources? Look no further! I studied in Nottingham for my undergraduate degree in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, and then completed my Master's in the same field. I completed my teacher training at the same university, and now I currently teach 11-18 year olds at a school in Richmond-upon-Thames. I am currently the KS3 Science Coordinator for my academy. Full Terms & Conditions of Use: https://www.revise-science.uk/privacypolicy

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Looking for some decent, engaging science resources? Look no further! I studied in Nottingham for my undergraduate degree in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, and then completed my Master's in the same field. I completed my teacher training at the same university, and now I currently teach 11-18 year olds at a school in Richmond-upon-Thames. I am currently the KS3 Science Coordinator for my academy. Full Terms & Conditions of Use: https://www.revise-science.uk/privacypolicy
KS3 Plants - Lesson 1 - Structure of a Leaf
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KS3 Plants - Lesson 1 - Structure of a Leaf

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Learning Objectives Identify the different layers of a leaf Describe the functions of the different layers of a leaf Explain how a leaf is adapted to carry out the process of photosynthesis. Keywords Epidermis Cuticle Palisade Mesophyll Stomata Guard
AQA Chapter 8 - Lesson 1 - Purity and Formulations
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AQA Chapter 8 - Lesson 1 - Purity and Formulations

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(Does not require) Booklet: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-ks4-chapter-8-chemical-analysis-booklet-with-required-practical-11769351 Buy in Bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-chemical-analysis-trilogy-lesson-set-11769372 Objectives: State what is meant by a ‘pure substance’ Describe, explain and exemplify the process of separation Suggest separation and purification techniques for mixtures Identify formulations given appropriate information Explain the particular purpose of each chemical in a mixture
KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 9 - Power
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 9 - Power

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Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives To label the energy transfers that electrical appliances carry out. To explain how much energy an appliance uses by discussing its power rating, and the time it’s switched on for. To calculate how much energy an appliance uses.
AQA Chapter 8 - Lesson 3 - Chromatography
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AQA Chapter 8 - Lesson 3 - Chromatography

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Requires Booklet: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-ks4-chapter-8-chemical-analysis-booklet-with-required-practical-11769351 Buy in Bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-chemical-analysis-trilogy-lesson-set-11769372 Learning Objectives Explain how to set up paper chromatography Distinguish pure from impure substances Interpret chromatograms and determine Rf values
AQA Chapter 2 - Structure, Bonding and Properties Revision Mat
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AQA Chapter 2 - Structure, Bonding and Properties Revision Mat

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A new revision mat resource for the AQA Trilogy/Triple course. Higher tier content highlighted in light purple, and triple content highlighted in light red. This revision mat works well with use of our website: https://www.revisechemistry.co.uk/aqa-c2-bondingandstructure This resource is free and comes with a set of questions, and answers!
AQA Chapter 1 - Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Revision Mat
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AQA Chapter 1 - Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Revision Mat

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A new revision mat resource for the AQA Trilogy/Triple course. Higher tier content highlighted in light purple, and triple content highlighted in light red. This revision mat works well with use of our website: https://www.revisechemistry.co.uk/aqa-c1-atomsandperiodictable This resource is free and comes with a set of questions, and answers!
KS3 Cells - Lesson 8 - Plant Organs
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KS3 Cells - Lesson 8 - Plant Organs

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Requires use of booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-booklet-11688771) Buy in Bundle (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-cells-lesson-set-10-lessons-11688775) Learning Objectives Identify the cells, tissues and organs within a plant Describe the roles of the different organs within the plant Explain how the tissues in the roots different from those in the leaves Keywords Leaf Stem Roots Function
AQA Chapter 7 (Hydrocarbons) - Lesson 1 - Crude Oil
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AQA Chapter 7 (Hydrocarbons) - Lesson 1 - Crude Oil

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AQA Chapter 7 (Hydrocarbons) In this lesson students will learn: - how crude oil formed - what crude oil is made from - what an alkane is (general formula, MEPB etc) Keywords: Crude oil Hydrocarbon Alkane Homologous Molecule Objectives: Describe the formation of crude oil Describe what crude oil is made up of Identify substances as alkanes
AQA Alkanes and Alkenes (Crude Oil)
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AQA Alkanes and Alkenes (Crude Oil)

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Lesson plan, power point and worksheet to accompany the lesson. Lesson Objectives (Bloom’s) 1. Remember: Name the first four alkanes and alkenes 2. Apply and Understand: Draw the structural formula, and write the molecular formula of these compounds 3. Analyse: Explain the difference between an alkane and an alkene AQA Specification Points Covered 1. The first four members of the alkanes are methane, ethane, propane and butane. 2. Alkane and alkene molecules can be represented in the following forms: written molecular formulae, or displayed structural formulae 3. Alkenes are hydrocarbons with a double carbon-carbon bond. 4. The first four members of the homologous series of alkenes are ethene, propene, butene and pentene.
AQA The Earth's Atmosphere
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AQA The Earth's Atmosphere

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This lesson covers the the Earth's atmosphere and early atmosphere, and consists of students completing two worksheets. Two copies of each sheet are provided in case you wish to print them at A5. A4 is recommended. This lesson is recommended to take at least 1hr 30 mins. Lesson ends with students answering an exam question. N.B: This sale is not for the exam question as this is copyrighted material, this question is provided for mere convenience.