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CC1a  States of Matter - Lesson 3
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CC1a States of Matter - Lesson 3

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Lesson for the new Edexcel 9-1 Combined Science GCSE looking at topic CC1 - States of Matter. This lesson includes: practical activity looking at collecting data to construct a cooling curve and using it to identify a substances melting point. Students will carry out a practical activity to determine the melting point of chocolate by constructing a cooling curve. Practical will require approximately 9g (one cube) of chocolate in a boiling tube with a thermometer per pair of students. The boiling tubes of chocolate must be placed in a water bath set at 70 degrees Celsius in order to be molten before the start of the lesson.
CC1a  States of Matter - Lesson 2
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CC1a States of Matter - Lesson 2

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Lesson 2 for the new Edexcel 9-1 Combined Science GCSE looking at topic CC1 - States of Matter. This lesson includes: what the states of matter are, properties of the states of matter, particle theory, changes of state and determining a substance's state given melting and boiling points.
Types of Cells Revision Bundle
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Types of Cells Revision Bundle

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Selection of revision resources for AQA GCSE Combined Science and AQA GCSE Biology courses focusing on the three different types of cells. These resources cover prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and the structures of plant, animal and bacterial cells as well as looking at the functions of the organelles found in each. The video could also be useful for students to watch prior to a lesson on types of cells as part of ‘flipped learning’.
Hexagon Keyword Links
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Hexagon Keyword Links

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Great plenary, challenge or extension activity to reinforce knowledge and understanding of key terms. Students have to place a different key word or term in each of seven hexagons. They are then challenged with explaining how each word or term is linked with those in the hexagons next to it. This brilliant activity can be used with children of all abilities in any subject!