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Mastery Curriculum Resources for science

The resources within this shop are innovative yet easily apply-able. They utilise the latest pedagogical research. All resources are engineered around the new GCSE 2016.

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The resources within this shop are innovative yet easily apply-able. They utilise the latest pedagogical research. All resources are engineered around the new GCSE 2016.
CC16-17 revision booklet
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CC16-17 revision booklet

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This is a revision resource that encourages independence and learning of key outcomes. This would take a couple of lessons to complete as there are multiple tasks to improve understanding.
Particles: Knowledge Organiser part 2
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Particles: Knowledge Organiser part 2

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This knowledge organiser makes and ideal in lesson help sheet or a homework revision activity. On the reverse are standard and higher progress question to ensure the learning outcomes have been achieved.
year 7 particles - lesson 1: states if matter
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year 7 particles - lesson 1: states if matter

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The lesson starts with a riddle to promote scientific thinking before moving on to describe the 3 states of matter. The students have to construct meaning via putting the key phrases next to the state of matter. There is then a work sheet aimed at promoting scientific thinking before the lesson concludes with an exit ticket.
year 7 particles - lesson 2: interconversion
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year 7 particles - lesson 2: interconversion

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The lesson starts by recapping previous knowledge before the students melt ice making observations about temperature. This is then reviewed before understanding is assessed via a hinge point question. This leads to a differentiated GCSE 6 mark question before the lesson concludes with an exit ticket.
Earth Chemistry Lesson 9 - reactivity and metal extraction
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Earth Chemistry Lesson 9 - reactivity and metal extraction

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This lesson on earth chemistry looks focuses on an experiment to establish the reactivity series of metals. The lesson starts with a teacher led explanation of the composition of the Earth and a key definition. The teacher then models how to perform the experiment while the students write a method (success criteria included). The students then perform the experiment followed by a question led conclusion. The lesson concludes with an exit ticket.