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Recording Data (KS3 Activate)
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Recording Data (KS3 Activate)

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Recording Data. This high quality, ready to go lesson is suitable for Key Stage 3 students and is based upon the Working Scientifically topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. It includes an attractive, student friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives and tasks, keywords for the lesson and an opportunity for reflection on the learning that has taken place. It also includes a 2-page differentiated teacher’s lesson plan with comprehensive guidance and differentiated student practical worksheets with corresponding answer sheets. This lesson teaches students: How to correctly construct results tables What outliers/anomalous results are How to calculate mean averages Check out these other great resources: Asking Scientific Questions Planning Investigations
Balanced and Unbalanced Forces (KS3 Activate)
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Balanced and Unbalanced Forces (KS3 Activate)

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Balanced and Unbalanced Forces. This high quality, ready to go lesson is suitable for Key Stage 3 students and is based upon the Forces topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. It includes an attractive, student friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives and tasks, keywords for the lesson and an opportunity for reflection on the learning that has taken place. It also includes a 2-page differentiated teacher’s lesson plan with comprehensive guidance and a student worksheet. This lesson teaches students: What balanced and unbalanced forces are What the effects of unbalanced forces are How to calculate resultant forces Check out these other great resources: Introduction to Forces Squashing and Stretching Forces Drag Forces and Friction Forces at a Distance
KS3 Activate: Working Scientifically
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KS3 Activate: Working Scientifically

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This is a set of high quality, ready to go lessons with comprehensive lesson plans and differentiated student activities for the Key Stage 3 Working Scientifically topic from the Activate Scheme of Work.
Forces - The Complete Bundle (KS3 Activate)
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Forces - The Complete Bundle (KS3 Activate)

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This is a complete set of high quality, ready to go lessons with comprehensive lesson plans and differentiated student activities for the Key Stage 3 Forces topic from the Activate Scheme of Work.
Forces at a Distance (KS3 Activate)
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Forces at a Distance (KS3 Activate)

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Forces at a Distance. This high quality, ready to go lesson is suitable for Key Stage 3 students and is based upon the Forces topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. It includes an attractive, student friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives and tasks, keywords for the lesson and an opportunity for reflection on the learning that has taken place. It also includes a 2-page differentiated teacher’s lesson plan with comprehensive guidance. This lesson teaches students: What a non-contact force is and examples of these What the differences between mass and weight are How to calculate weight using the equation weight = mass x gravity Check out these other great resources: Introduction to Forces Squashing and Stretching Forces Drag Forces and Friction Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
Squashing and Stretching Forces (KS3 Activate)
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Squashing and Stretching Forces (KS3 Activate)

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Squashing and Stretching Forces. This high quality, ready to go lesson is suitable for Key Stage 3 students and is based upon the Forces topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. It includes an attractive, student friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives and tasks, keywords for the lesson and an opportunity for reflection on the learning that has taken place. It also includes a 2-page differentiated teacher’s lesson plan with comprehensive guidance and a student practical worksheet. This lesson teaches students: How forces can deform objects What a reaction force is How to explain how solid surfaces provide a support force How to investigate Hooke’s Law Check out these other great resources: Introduction to Forces Squashing and Stretching Forces Drag Forces and Friction Forces at a Distance Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
Introduction to Forces (KS3 Activate)
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Introduction to Forces (KS3 Activate)

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Introduction to Forces. This high quality, ready to go lesson is suitable for Key Stage 3 students and is based upon the Forces topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. It includes an attractive, student friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives and tasks, keywords for the lesson and an opportunity for reflection on the learning that has taken place. It also includes a 2-page differentiated teacher’s lesson plan with comprehensive guidance on all activities and two differentiated student practical worksheets. This lesson teaches students: What forces do The difference between contact and non-contact forces The concept of forces acting in pairs How to measure forces using a Newtonmetre Check out these other great resources: Squashing and Stretching Forces Drag Forces and Friction Forces at a Distance Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
Drag Forces and Friction (KS3 Activate)
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Drag Forces and Friction (KS3 Activate)

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Drag Forces and Friction. This high quality, ready to go lesson is suitable for Key Stage 3 students and is based upon the Forces topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. It includes an attractive, student friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives and tasks, keywords for the lesson and an opportunity for reflection on the learning that has taken place. It also includes a 2-page differentiated teacher’s lesson plan with comprehensive guidance and a student practical worksheet. This lesson teaches students: What friction is What causes friction How to investigate the frictional force caused by different surfaces How to analyse data collected and draw conclusions What drag is Check out these other great resources: Introduction to Forces Squashing and Stretching Forces Forces at a Distance Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
Working Scientifically: Planning Investigations (KS3 Activate)
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Working Scientifically: Planning Investigations (KS3 Activate)

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This is a high quality, ready to go lesson with comprehensive lesson plan and differentiated student activities based around the Key Stage 3 Working Scientifically topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. This particular lesson focuses on asking scientific questions and identifying the three types of variables.
Cells: Observing Cells (KS3 Activate)
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Cells: Observing Cells (KS3 Activate)

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This is a high quality, ready to go lesson with comprehensive lesson plan and differentiated student activities based around the Key Stage 3 Cells topic from the Activate Scheme of Work. This particular lesson focuses on what cells are, how to use a microscope and how to calculate the total magnification of a microscope.
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!
Valentine's Day Quiz 2019
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Valentine's Day Quiz 2019

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Fun Valentine’s Day quiz with 50 questions suitable for a wide range of ages. The questions are split in to 5 rounds with 10 questions in each and the quiz includes rounds on general knowledge, love gods and the history of Valentine’s Day. A great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your form or as an end of term quiz in lessons.
CC1a  States of Matter - Lesson 4
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CC1a States of Matter - Lesson 4

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Lesson 4 for the new Edexcel 9-1 Combined Science GCSE looking at topic CC1 - States of Matter. This lesson includes: drawing and interpreting heating and cooling curves. The lesson also includes a homework sheet with exam style questions on the entire CC1 States of Matter Topic.
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.
CC1a  States of Matter - Lesson 1
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CC1a States of Matter - Lesson 1

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Lesson 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 and changes of state.
Guide to answering GCSE Science 6 Mark Exam Questions - Describe an experiment...
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Guide to answering GCSE Science 6 Mark Exam Questions - Describe an experiment...

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A4 Poster for GCSE Science students to get to grips with how to go about answering 6 mark extended writing answers in exams. This poster focuses on how to answer 6 mark questions asking students to 'Describe/Devise an experiment...'. The poster covers possible question stems, an overview of what is needed for each levelled response, a structured guide on how to answer this type of question and a model answer for students to study. Useful for GCSE revision of exam technique, but also suitable for classroom displays and classroom teaching of examination technique