# 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.

#### Forces and Energy - Lesson 4 - speed, distance, time. Applied

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The lesson start with a puzzle of lateral thinking for the students. It then goes on to model more complex SDT problems than lesson 3 involving unit conversions. As the students start to understand they move on to the bronze, silver, gold, purple activities with in the 20 minutes. The learning is then demonstrated by calculating their own Speed before the lesson concludes with a true or false exit ticket.

#### Forces and Energy - Lesson 5 - Distance Time graphs

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The lesson start by establishing what the student know already about distance time graph. The lesson then moves onto modelling how to calculate speed from several examples on the graph. As an AFL opportunity there is an inbuilt hinge point question, diagnostic of understanding. The outcome of the HPQ directs student to a gold, silver or bronze task all based on the same graph. The students demonstrate their knowledge by drawing their own graph with an extension task if needed. The lesson concludes with an exit ticket.

#### Speed distance time: Applied worksheets

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Here are 4 differentiated worksheets on speed distance time. Bronze worksheet: very basic unit and number manipulation in a scaffold-ed table. Silver worksheet: harder question than bronze yet still within a table structure. Gold worksheet: harder questions than silver with a more open style. Purple worksheet: Exam style open ended questions

#### Speed distance time: Applied worksheets

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Here are 4 differentiated worksheets on speed distance time. Bronze worksheet: very basic unit and number manipulation in a scaffold-ed table. Silver worksheet: harder question than bronze yet still within a table structure. Gold worksheet: harder questions than silver with a more open style. Purple worksheet: Exam style open ended questions