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Simple Distillation KS3
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Simple Distillation KS3

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Aimed at mixed ability year 8 class Starter: would you drink dirty water, how do you think you could clean it? Main: SMSC link to how many people dont have clean water, fill in SMSC grid based on video Explain simple distillaation and equiptment, label diagram of equiptment Watch distillation demo Bronze/ Gold task to explain distillation Extension task available on powerpoint Plenary: Exam question
Magnification equation worksheet
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Magnification equation worksheet

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Differentiated practice using the magnfication equation. Bronze: very simple, simple put the numbers into the equation silver: need for rearranging equation gold: need for rearranging equation and converting between units, and measuring image size from image
Chromatography KS3
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Chromatography KS3

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Aimed at a mixed ability year 8 class Starter: summaries what separation techniques students have learnt about so far Main: Define and explain chromatography Show students a chromatogram and discuss what we can learn from it Practical: carry out an investigation to see who wrote the note, work sheet to complete whilst chromatogram is developing Extension: What effect does each mistake make Plenary: Exam question
Chemistry paper one revision
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Chemistry paper one revision

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Complete paper one Chemistry revision following the AQA trilogy specification. Parts for higher only are highlighted. work booklets to accompany powerpoint, which can be used in lessons or revision sessions. Questions embedded in the powerpoint with answers for students to practice and focus on key concepts My year 11s have found these benefical.
Magnification
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Magnification

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Starter: Retrieval starter, based on prior knowledge about animal and plant cells Main: explaination of how to convert between common units used in biology Differentiated task to convert between units -explaination of how to use standard form questions to practice on standard form microscope questions to explain examples differentiated magnfication worksheet Plenary: plenary grid with questions from this lesson and based on animal and plant cells. to be done individually or as a group
C3.3 Ionic bonding - foundation
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C3.3 Ionic bonding - foundation

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Aimed at a lower ability class Starter Activity Ions recap, what charge do elements have in different groups Stretch question to think about how group 1 and 2 will interact with group 6 and 7 Main – Go through the video and answer the questions, go through answers Practice drawing ionic compounds  Extension:  explain the difference between KBr and K2O Go through the answers which are on the slides Exam question practice to move onto if have a chance Plenary 4 mark exam question – peer assess Good to show the detail they need in their answers
Dissolving KS3
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Dissolving KS3

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Aimed at mixed ability year 8 class Starter: Add key terms to diagram, using key words for the lesson Main: Define key words and explain solubility Practical: see if different compounds are soluble or not Then draw particle pictures of what happens when a substance is dissolving Plenary: Tweet one thing students learnt today
B1.10 exchanging materials
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B1.10 exchanging materials

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Aimed at mixed ability year 9 class Starter: discuss surface area practical from diffusion lesson Main: Explain surface area: vol and practice how to work it out research how different multi cellular animals are adapted extension: kerboodle checkpoint follow up level 4/6/8 plenary: what have they learnt today
C1.1 atoms
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C1.1 atoms

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Aimed at a mixed ability year 9 class. Some worksheet from other areas on TES Starter Stick in objective sheets for this topic, also stick in common formulae sheets 6 true or false questions – green pen mark Main – Think, pair, share – what is an atom? Share ideas, write a sentence to explain what an atoms is. Extension task to label an atoms (level 6 objective) but there is a lesson on the structure of the atom later in this topic Copy definitions for element/compound/mixture onto worksheet. Then cut up pictures and decide if they are a compound element of mixture Extension: find the element to spell the cartoon characters worksheet Identify atoms/elements and name formula worksheet  - green pen mark Extension: write the name of the formulae Plenary Whiteboards out, write down the symbol for the elements I shout
History of the periodic table KS3
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History of the periodic table KS3

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Differentiated retrieval starter questions. Go through answers Main – Add periodic table to key words, watch video about history of periodic table Using differentiated sheets, create timeline of history of the periodic table Label modern periodic table and answer questions Plenary Carton elements – identify the carton character
Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells
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Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells

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Combining both B1.2 and B1.3 from the kerboodle topic Starter: No goal starter, images of plant and animal cell and a microscope. students can add any information they already know. Images can be printed or a list of what they know can be wrote. To be referred to at the end of the topic, assess prior knowledge Main: Label plant and animal cell, differentiated version available, animated answers embedded in the powerpoint Match structure and function of organelles Show students bacterial cell, students draw and label their own, before filling in the comparison tick box to compare animal, plant and bacteria cells. Stretch task available Explain key words prokaryotic and eukaryotic, then students complete the assessed questions showing understanding of differences between these cells. Self assess answer using mark scheme Plenary Plenary grid, can be done individually or as teams. Covers key concepts from the lesson, answers on the following slide
Microscopes KS3
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Microscopes KS3

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Aimed at a mixed ability year 7 class 5 mins Differentiated questions to see what students know already about the microscope   Main History of the microscope task – HA/LA version HA comprehension task about history, LA cut and stick to put in order Show students parts on real microscope then cut and stick activity to label microscope parts – HA/LA version available as well as support sheets  - go through answers Extension: magnification calculations Plenary 5 mins Tweet something you have learnt today
KS3 Respiratory system and gas exchange
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KS3 Respiratory system and gas exchange

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Starter: Simple recall questions based on prior knowledge, easily changed to suit your class Main: Information about the respiratory system, then a labelling task, a putting in order task and questions to consolidate learning. All answers on the powerpoint. Gas exchange information on the ppt also a drawing of how it can be taught under the visulisar, followed by questions to check understaning. Plenary True or false
C3.2 atoms into ions - Foundation
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C3.2 atoms into ions - Foundation

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aimed at a lower ability class Starter Activity Identify the atom on the board Stretch – how do you know which atom it is Main – Recap how to find out electron/proton/neutron numbers and how to draw electron configuration. Think pair share, what can the two atoms do to have full outer shells Students explain in their books what a positive and negative ion is 3 quick questions – green pen mark Go through rules so we always know the charges of common ions Worksheet to complete – label periodic table with rules and then practice drawing ions Extension: describe and explain how ions are formed Plenary Exam question plenary – peer assess
wave equation
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wave equation

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Aimed at foundation students Starter: Retrieval practice questions based on P1 Main: Mini recap of parts of a wave and key definitions. Both period and wave speed equation demonstrated on powerpoint with examples and practice. Then move onto the SLOP worksheet with faded practice and exam questions. All answers on the power point Plenary: Mini white board plenary