Revision timetable and resource bank. To use: print and give to the students, put it up in the lab, send it home to parents or publish as an electric copy.
QR codes and hyperlinked topic titles take the students to a revision resource (mostly BBC Bitesize), on most days there is a key diagram and a selection of subtopics to revise.
This resource is designed to chunk the challenge of revision, giving students two months to revise every topic required for the mock exam that Edexcel are using to calibrate results. The calendar starts on the first of March and goes up until two days before the first exam.
Revising is a vital skill that many teachers neglect to teach their pupils. Most students struggle to plan their revision and rely on pre-exam cramming, as these students will not sit their final exam this year we need to ensure we help them retain the information. Spreading it out like this makes it an achievable challenge and will help them with long-term retention.
The lesson starts by identifying the key word ... cavity. The students then get to investigate how best to keep a coffee warm, this is then summarised by a worksheet. The Lesson concluded with an exam question specific to Edexcel 9-1.
This lesson has been designed to start getting motivation back into a difficult year 10 class. It is one that I did not think was good enough to list on TES premium however it is not a bad lesson.
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The lesson starts with a series of questions to illicit prior understanding of the students. There is then an explanation of gravity and the calculations extensively modelled. After that the students get an opportunity to select from a series of tasks and opt to work, this is outcome differentiated via gold, silver, bronze tasks. The students then complete a hinge point question (AFL) that directs them to 1 of 3 differentiated tasks, there is a purple (high order thinking) task available for the students to move onto once their tasks are completed. The lesson concludes with an exit ticket and a rag of LO.
The lesson starts with a short recall quiz before introducing the idea of the heart via and independent research task. After this it is a good opportunity to do a dissection and get the students to annotate on the heart print out the key component of the heart. The lesson then moves to calculate stroke volume and do some graph interpretation of that.
The lesson starts by establishing a definition of GMO. It then moves on to reviewing a couple of videos with guided questions to promote thinking. The lesson looks to engage student in a paired research project in the exam board specific species before posing an exam question. This lesson is fine and will cover the learning outcomes however I do not believe it is worth buying, hence is listed for free. For better lessons on the same module please copy the link see below:
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This is just the Learning outcome sheet to the edexcel module CB8. The learning outcome sheet has space to RAG the learning outcomes, log the exit ticket score from the lessons and has a QR code to scan and complete further revision.
The lesson starts with recall questions and then moves on to a thinking for learn activity. Students then watch a video and answer some questions based on the video before summerising their understanding. The students then do an exam style question before an exit ticket. I think the resource is good an will promote good learning however it is not as detailed as many of my other lessons so I have listed it for free..... enjoy.
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'Waves and Electricity - 13 lessons and end of topic assessment.'
The lesson starts with a review of previous learning, before modelling how to calculate frequency. The understanding of this calculation is assessed via a hinge point question, this directs learning to one of three tasks, the students demonstrates their learning before the lesson concludes in an exit ticket.
Over arching concepts in biology.
The lesson is part of a series of lessons that cover topic one of the new GCSE (to be sat in 2017).
This is a practical lesson looking at how time affects enzyme activity. The lesson get the students to demonstrate their knowledge by presenting the results on a graph using the colour scales and estimated enzyme activity levels. The lesson concludes with an exit ticket.
The lessons introduced the lock and key model before getting students to investigate a solutions in a problem based learning way. The students then have the opportunity to attempt a differentiated work sheet based on their confidence.
This is the Learning Outcome sheet for GCSE Biology, Edexcel Topic 5 - Health and disease. This includes of the combined science biology spec points for topic 5, exit ticket tracker, RAG by learning outcome and entry and exit test tracker.
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The lesson is a practical focused revision lesson that looks at proving the function of enzymes. The lesson includes a slide of the substrates different digestive enzymes breakdown and a summery worksheet.
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.