New AQA GCSE Physics (Trilogy/Separate): Electricity (Module 2)

New AQA GCSE Physics (Trilogy/Separate): Electricity (Module 2)

This bundles covers the entirety of AQA GCSE Physics for Trilogy and Separate sciences for Module 2: Electricity. It covers specification reference 4.2 in 13 lessons (Separate) or 11 lessons (Trilogy). Each of these lessons has a powerpoint - containing a wide variety of activities such as literacy puzzles, investigations, experiments and many extension questions for more able students and a lesson plan with equipment list. All lessons have been thoroughly tested before going on sale. Please browse through the lessons included in the bundle to get an idea of the structure and content.
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Mega Science Homework Bundle

Mega Science Homework Bundle

A whole year's worth of KS3/KS4 Science homework! Contains 40 homework tasks for students, ranging from simple identification of variables in an experiment through justifying equipment selection to planning entire short experiments. It is designed to provide a year of homework to a class, setting one activity can be set per week. It can be used to improve the investigative skills of any class (originally designed for a KS3 class, it could easily be adapted for a KS4 class). Contains: Booklet front covers for all six half-terms Homework tasks for whole year Skills covered: Variables Safety Justifying equipment choices Bar chart plotting Line chart plotting Data analysis Investigation planning Evaluation
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New AQA GCSE Physics (Trilogy/Separate): Energy (Module 1)

New AQA GCSE Physics (Trilogy/Separate): Energy (Module 1)

This bundles covers the entirety of AQA GCSE Physics (Trilogy/Separate) for Module 1: Energy. It covers specification reference 4.1 in 11 lessons (Separate) or 10 lessons (Trilogy). Each of these lessons has a powerpoint - containing a wide variety of activities (such as literacy activities, investigations, experiments and many extension questions for more able students) and a lesson plan with equipment list. This module also covers Required Practicals 1 and 2. All lessons have been thoroughly tested before going on sale. Please browse through the lessons included in the bundle to get an idea of the structure and content.
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New AQA Chemistry/Trilogy: Mass changes in reactions lesson

New AQA Chemistry/Trilogy: Mass changes in reactions lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification reference 4.3.1.3 and WS3.3, pertaining to mass changes in reactions involving gases and calculate rate of change in reactions. Lesson objectives: • Explain mass changes in experiments • Calculate the rate of mass change in an experiment • Explain the changes in this rate over the experiment Activities in this lesson include: a balancing symbol equations starter, discussion, an experiment into mass loss during reactions, graph drawing (with an extension question for more able students), calculating rate of mass loss over time during the experiment and a plenary linking these concepts back to a real world scenario (again, with an extension question for more able students). Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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Science Homework booklet #1

Science Homework booklet #1

A Science homework booklet which contains 14 homework tasks for students, ranging from simple identification of variables in an experiment through drawing line graphs to planning entire short experiments. It is designed to provide an entire term's homework to a class so that one activity can be set per week. It can be used to improve the investigative skills of any class (originally designed for a KS3 class, it could easily be adapted for a KS4 class). Contains: Booklet front covers for half-term A and B Homework tasks for half-term A and B Skills covered: Variables Safety Justifying equipment choices Bar chart plotting Line chart plotting Data analysis Investigation planning Evaluation
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Mega Science Homework Bundle

Mega Science Homework Bundle

A whole year's worth of KS3/KS4 Science homework! Contains 40 homework tasks for students, ranging from simple identification of variables in an experiment through justifying equipment selection to planning entire short experiments. It is designed to provide a year of homework to a class, setting one activity can be set per week. It can be used to improve the investigative skills of any class (originally designed for a KS3 class, it could easily be adapted for a KS4 class). Contains: Booklet front covers for all six half-terms Homework tasks for whole year Skills covered: Variables Safety Justifying equipment choices Bar chart plotting Line chart plotting Data analysis Investigation planning Evaluation
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Science Homework booklet #3

Science Homework booklet #3

A Science homework booklet which contains 12 homework tasks for students, ranging from simple identification of variables in an experiment through justifying equipment selection to planning entire short experiments. It is designed to provide an entire term's homework to a class so that one activity can be set per week. It can be used to improve the investigative skills of any class (originally designed for a KS3 class, it could easily be adapted for a KS4 class). Contains: Booklet front covers for half-term A and B Homework tasks for half-term A and B Skills covered: Variables Safety Justifying equipment choices Bar chart plotting Line chart plotting Data analysis Investigation planning Evaluation
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Science Homework booklet #2

Science Homework booklet #2

A Science homework booklet which contains 12 homework tasks for students, ranging from simple identification of variables in an experiment through justifying equipment selection to planning entire short experiments. It is designed to provide an entire term's homework to a class so that one activity can be set per week. It can be used to improve the investigative skills of any class (originally designed for a KS3 class, it could easily be adapted for a KS4 class). Contains: Booklet front covers for half-term A and B Homework tasks for half-term A and B Skills covered: Variables Safety Justifying equipment choices Bar chart plotting Line chart plotting Data analysis Investigation planning Evaluation
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry (Trilogy/Separate): Chemical Calculations (Module 4)

New AQA GCSE Chemistry (Trilogy/Separate): Chemical Calculations (Module 4)

This eight lesson module for the new AQA GCSE Chemistry covers the entirety of specification reference 4.3, covering moles, concentration calculations, uncertainty in measurement, mass changes and conservation of mass, percentage yield and atom economy and much more. Each of these lessons has a powerpoint - containing a wide variety of activities (such as literacy puzzles, investigations, experiments and extension questions for more able students) and a lesson plan with an equipment list. All lessons have been thoroughly tested before going on sale. Please browse through the lessons included in the bundle to get an idea of the structure and content.
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry: Gas volumes, moles and masses lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry: Gas volumes, moles and masses lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification references 4.3.5 pertaining to calculating gas volumes, masses of gases and moles. Lesson objectives: • Explain the relationship in gases between volume, moles, RFM and mass • Calculate the volume of a gas from its mass and RFM Activities in this lesson include: a starter calculating atom economy (covered in a previous lesson), many calculations involving mass, RFM, moles and volume - all with worked examples to guide students with and additional questions that students can tackle independently and a plenary where students discuss some of the real world uses of the lesson's knowledge (there is also an extension question for more able students). Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Concentration calculations lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Concentration calculations lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification reference 4.3.2.5, pertaining to concentration calculations. Lesson objectives: • Use the concentration triangle in calculations • Relate concentrations in mol/dm3 to mass and volume Activities in this lesson include: a calculations starter involving moles and masses, a discussion with a demonstration and many concentration calculations - both as worked examples and ones for independent work - introducing the two concentration equations and the unit dm3 (all calculations are included with answers) and a plenary discussing how calculation equations are vital for chemical companies. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry: Percentage yield and atom economy lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry: Percentage yield and atom economy lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification references 4.3.3, pertaining to the calculation of percentage yield and atom economy. Lesson objectives: • Calculate percentage yield and explain factors which may affect it • Calculate atom economy and explain its importance Activities in this lesson include: a starter calculating masses of chemicals in a reaction, worked examples of how to calculate yield, a question to tackle independently (with an alternative approach for students finding the calculation difficult) with a worked solution included, worked examples of how to calculate atom economy, a question to tackle on this with a worked solution slide and a plenary where students discuss situations when atom economy can be 100%. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Moles and molar masses lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Moles and molar masses lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification references 4.3.2.1, pertaining to moles, molar masses and the use of these in chemical equations. Lesson objectives: • Calculate masses from moles of a substance • Calculate moles from a mass of a substance • Use ideas about moles and masses to predict reactions Activities in this lesson include: a starter interpreting a graph and drawing conclusions, moles calculations where students are asked to work out reacting masses (all include a worked example and the worked answers to the independently tackled questions), a demonstration, extension questions for more able students and a plenary where students discuss the real world relevance of these skills. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Moles and balanced equations lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Moles and balanced equations lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification references 4.3.2.1, 4.3.2.2 and 4.3.2.3, pertaining to moles, calculation of moles, molar masses and the use of moles to balance equations. Lesson objectives: *Calculate moles from masses *Use masses and moles to balance an equation Activities in this lesson include: a starter involving changing the subject of various equations, many moles calculations including working out reacting masses and working out masses of chemicals in reactions when they are not molar masses (all include a worked example and the worked answers to the independently tackled questions), an experiment and a plenary where students balance an equation using moles. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Uncertainty in measurement lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Uncertainty in measurement lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification reference 4.3.1.4 and WS3.4, pertaining to calculating uncertainty in experimental measurements. Lesson objectives: • Explain why measurements are uncertain • Collect data from an experiment • Process data and calculate percentage uncertainty Activities in this lesson include: a balancing chemical equations starter, a discussion, a research activity about the uncertainty from different pieces of equipment, an investigation, calculation of percentage uncertainty and a plenary discussing how uncertainty can be reduced. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Conservation of mass and RFM lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry\Combined Trilogy: Conservation of mass and RFM lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry/Combined Trilogy entirely covers specification reference 4.3.1.1 and 4.3.1.2, pertaining to conversation of mass in reactions, balancing symbol equations and Relative Formula Mass. Lesson objectives: • Explain what “conservation of mass” means • Balance equations successfully • Calculate RFM (Relative Formula Mass) Activities in this lesson include: a literacy starter involving anagrams of element names, discussion about conversation of mass, an experiment into conservation of mass, balancing symbol equations with an extension question for more able students, calculating RFM (again, with extension for more able students) and a plenary linking RFM with conversation of mass (further extension opportunity here). Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Enzymes and pH lesson (REQUIRED PRACTICAL 5)

New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Enzymes and pH lesson (REQUIRED PRACTICAL 5)

This lesson for AQA GCSE Biology/Combined Trilogy supports the completion of Required Practical 5, pertaining to enzyme activity at different pHs (the action of amylase on starch, tracking using iodine solution). Lesson objectives: • Safely carry out an accurate investigation into how pH affects the activity of enzymes • Draw a graph of the results • Explain the results using lock-and-key theory Activities in this lesson include: a discussion starter linking to previously encountered ideas about enzyme activity at different temperatures, an investigation into how changing the pH of an enzyme's environment affects its activity (Required Practical 5), graph drawing (with an extension activity for more able students) and a free writing activity, linking the practical back to ideas about the denaturation of enzymes (extension question available here for more able students). Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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KS3 Science - Metals and Materials: Metal and water reactions lesson (Lesson 3 of 14)

KS3 Science - Metals and Materials: Metal and water reactions lesson (Lesson 3 of 14)

This lesson for a Key Stage 3 Metals and Materials unit covers metal and water reactions, calculating RFM and an introduction to collision theory. Lesson objectives: • Calculate the RFM of metal hydroxides • Plan an experiment into the reaction of metals with water • Explain why reactions are more vigorous with hot water than cold Activities in this lesson include: a starter predicting the properties of an unknown element, calculating the RFM of different metal hydroxides (with an extension for more able students), an experiment into metal/water reactions, two demonstrations, an introduction to collision theory with a free writing task and plenary predicting further reactions between metals and water. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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KS3 Science - Metals and Materials: Patterns in the Periodic Table lesson  (Lesson 1 of 14)

KS3 Science - Metals and Materials: Patterns in the Periodic Table lesson (Lesson 1 of 14)

This lesson for a Key Stage 3 Metals and Materials unit covers patterns in the Periodic Table. Lesson objectives: • Describe the positions of metals and non-metals on the Periodic Table • Describe the similarities and differences between elements in a Group of the Periodic Table • Use the patterns in the Periodic Table to make predictions Activities in this lesson include: a literacy starter where students find the key word connecting a series of images, a brainstorm, recognising simple patterns in the Periodic Table, analysis of the trends in properties of Group 7 elements, prediction of an unknown element's properties and light-hearted plenary reinforcing the core themes of the lesson. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Gas exchange in the lungs lesson

New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Gas exchange in the lungs lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Biology/Combined Trilogy partially covers specification references 4.2.2.2 and 4.1.3.1, pertaining to the structure of the lungs, ventilation and the adaptations of the lungs to maximise gas exchange. Lesson objectives: • Name the parts of the respiratory system • Explain how ventilation occurs • Explain how the lungs are adapted for gas exchange Activities in this lesson include: a quick questions starter about work covered in previous lessons, a memory game, a sequencing/flow diagram with an extension question for more able students, a demonstration, a predictions exercise and a peer discussion about smoking as a plenary (again, with an extension question). Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Blood vessels lesson

New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Blood vessels lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Biology/Combined Trilogy partially covers specification references 4.2.2.5, pertaining to the blood vessels of the circulatory system: their structures and the reasons behind their structures. Lesson objectives: • Name the parts of the circulatory system • Describe the functions of the parts of the circulatory system • Link the structure of the different parts to their function Activities in this lesson include: a quick questions starter about work covered in previous lessons, a kinaesthetic/group work task, peer teaching, peer discussion and a numeracy-based plenary requiring calculation. Files include: Powerpoint presentation (worksheets included in the powerpoint) Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Surface area to volume ratio lesson

New AQA GCSE Biology\Combined Trilogy: Surface area to volume ratio lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Biology/Combined Trilogy partially covers specification references 4.1.3.1, pertaining to diffusion, calculating surface area to volume ratio and the effect that this has on an organism's exchange surfaces Lesson objectives: *Explain how some organisms survive without lungs *Calculate surface area and volume *Calculate surface area:volume ratio and link to exchange surfaces Activities in this lesson include: a discussion starter linking to ideas about diffusion and active transport covered in a previous lesson , a short investigation into how changing surface area affects processes, calculations of surface area, volume and SA:V ratios and a plenary discussion relating all of these ideas back to real world examples again. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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New AQA GCSE Chemistry: Titration and concentrations lesson

New AQA GCSE Chemistry: Titration and concentrations lesson

This lesson for AQA GCSE Chemistry partially covers specification references 4.4.2.5 and 4.3.2.5, pertaining to concentration calculations and titrations. Lesson objectives: *Describe how to perform a titration *Using the results of a titration to calculate concentration Activities in this lesson include: a starter calculating masses involved in a reaction by using moles, a method drafting exercise, an experiment (titration), a results processing activity and a plenary involving further concentration, moles and volume calculations. Files include: Powerpoint presentation Word document lesson plan
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KS3 Science - Metals and Materials: Alkali metals lesson (Lesson 2 of 14)

KS3 Science - Metals and Materials: Alkali metals lesson (Lesson 2 of 14)

This lesson for a Key Stage 3 Metals and Materials unit covers the reactions of alkali metals with water, calculating RFM and the explanation for the trend moving down the alkali metals of Group 1. Lesson objectives: • Describe the trend in reactions of the alkali metals with water • Calculate the RFM of the products of the reaction of alkali metals and water • Explain the trend in reactions of the alkali metals with water Activities in this lesson include: a drawing and labelling starter, a demonstration, an observation/compare and contrast activity, calculating Relative Formula Mass, a sequencing activity, and a plenary predicting the properties of an unknown element. Files include: Powerpoint presentation (worksheet included in powerpoint) Word document lesson plan
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