Complete lesson on process of decay (KS3&4), complete with objectives, starter, web links to clips to enthral and repulse students, examination questions, application tasks and a sentence building task.
Whole lesson on puberty with fun discussion starter, links to appropriate clips, worksheets (included as slides) and plenary task. (fits lesson 3.1 of activate but could fit any scheme as well as PSHE lessons)
Worksheets and PPT : Aimed at KS3 as introduction to the information on the periodic table and what the table tells us about an element. Includes introduction to structure of atom, linked to the numerical data on periodic table. includes starter, plenary and body.
This lesson powerpoint includes recap of prior content links, learning checkpoints and included cloze activity on plankton. There are links to relevant online clips too. A ready to go lesson that suits OCR Gateway spec but links to aspects of new 9-1 courses too.
Introducing key terms for ecosystems via a word hunt, pupil led learning activities and includes links to ecosystem clips. Worksheets included in PPT (a fun introduction with hopefully little input from the teacher!
Complete lesson on Nitrogen and Carbon Cycle. Includes active learning opportunities, past paper questions and also answers. Both cycles covered but taught in slightly different ways. I hope it is useful.
Student/teacher practical checklists for the new Edexcel 9.1 GCSE course. All core practicals covered for Separate Science Course and Combined Science.
This allows tracking of GCSE core practicals to ensure completion to meet demands of the course spec.
A thorough and complete lesson plan, resources, answers etc in detailed user friendly ppt. which could easily spread two lessons, a circus activity on nitrogen cycle (adapted from another TES resource. Lots of exam questions for application tasks and worksheets included in ppt.
Carbon and Nitrogen cycle includes but taught in a slightly different way - to suit new A-level demand.
Students become trainees doctors and study 4 different patients to diagnose and suggest treatments. They take history at the medical assessment unit, find out investigative test results at the scanning department and visit the blood donation team, haemotology to study blood groups and finally complete a surgical rotation.
They can complete the table included as part of the task - all answers are included in ppt too. I used this for a HT KS 4 class.