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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.
Year 6 - Lesson 2 cooling curves: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16
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Year 6 - Lesson 2 cooling curves: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16

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On the Wasted Years report recommendations this is the second lesson in a scheme of work that looks at preparing Year 6 students for secondary science. It is written by a secondary science teacher for the cross phase development program being run 2016-17. The spec is based on the interim assessment framework (IAF). The lesson starts by reviewing previous learning before introducing the skills focused practical, adhering to the IAF. The students then record the results on a table before producing a graph. The lesson finishes with a structured conclusion to ensure that the learning has been achieved.
Year 6 - particles (chemistry) 2 x lessons and SOW map
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Year 6 - particles (chemistry) 2 x lessons and SOW map

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On the Wasted Years report recommendations the lessons in the scheme of work look at preparing Year 6 students for secondary science. It is written by a secondary science teacher for the cross phase development program being run 2016-17. The spec is based on the interim assessment framework. Admin - lesson map and IAF Lesson 1 - states of matter Lesson 2 - cooling curve experiment Lesson 3 - dissolving
Year 6 - Lesson 3 dissolving: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16
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Year 6 - Lesson 3 dissolving: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16

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On the Wasted Years report recommendations this is the third lesson in a scheme of work that looks at preparing Year 6 students for secondary science. It is written by a secondary science teacher for the cross phase development program being run 2016-17. The spec is based on the interim assessment framework (IAF). The lesson focuses on an experiment to test the solubility of sugar and salt vs the amount of stirs it takes to dissolve. There intended outcomes of this lesson are for students to be able to use lab balances, record data and have some understanding that a substance may dissolve.
Year 6 - Particles 4 lessons and SOW map
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Year 6 - Particles 4 lessons and SOW map

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This bundle contains 4 lessons and the SOW map for the topic. This is aimed at year 6 pupils and is based on the interim assessment framework 2016. Lesson 1: states of matter Lesson 2: cooling curves Lesson 3: dissolving Lesson 4: filtering
Year 6 - Lesson 4 filtering: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16
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Year 6 - Lesson 4 filtering: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16

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On the Wasted Years report recommendations this is the forth lesson in a scheme of work that looks at preparing Year 6 students for secondary science. It is written by a secondary science teacher for the cross phase development program being run 2016-17. The spec is based on the interim assessment framework (IAF). The lesson is a skills focused one with the intention of the students devising a method to filter water.
Year 6 - Lesson 1 states of matter: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16
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Year 6 - Lesson 1 states of matter: based on the interim assessment framework 2015 - 16

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On the Wasted Years report recommendations this is the first lesson in a scheme of work that looks at preparing Year 6 students for secondary science. It is written by a secondary science teacher for the cross phase development program being run 2016-17. The spec is based on the interim assessment framework. The lesson states by reviewing solids, liquids and gases before starting to introduce the idea of particles and linking to the properties of the state of matter. This is modelled and presented to the students before they demonstrate their understanding using small balls/ marbles. The lesson then assesses understanding before directing the learning appropriate worksheet. The lesson review learning by the student producing a flow diagram and annotating inter conversions.