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AQA - Energy Changes
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AQA - Energy Changes

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4 lessons for the AQA C5 unit suitable for the whole of the Trilogy Unit and the first part of the Chemistry Unit. The bundle also includes the resources for the required practical on temperature change
AQA - Chemistry of the atmosphere
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AQA - Chemistry of the atmosphere

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9 lessons to take students through the syllabus requirements for the chemistry of the atmosphere unit if studying for the trilogy exams or chemistry exams.
AQA Chemistry / Trilogy - Carbon Footprint
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AQA Chemistry / Trilogy - Carbon Footprint

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A fully resources lesson with PowerPoint, Worksheet, Assessment and Activity. The presentation discusses direct and indirect activities that add to a persons carbon footprint and some graphical analysis to compare different countries carbon footprint. Lesson 7 for the AQA chemistry of the atmosphere unit, but can be taught as a stand alone lesson.
KS3 Science homework
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KS3 Science homework

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35 homework tasks for KS3. Each presentation has 3 slides. Slide 1 is the pupil sheet, slide 2 contains the mark scheme and slide 3 has suitable comments to use give a target on how to improve scientific knowledge. Taken by an OFSTED inspector to give to a school as an example of good practice for a school in special measures
AQA Trilogy / Chemistry – Uses of Exo and Endothermic Reactions
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AQA Trilogy / Chemistry – Uses of Exo and Endothermic Reactions

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The second lesson in a series of 4 for the C5 topic - Energy Changes. The everyday uses of exothermic and endothermic reactions are discussed and I usually bring in examples of these for the pupils to see / touch. The presentation has several examples and also an extended written question to compare a single use hand warmer with a reusable one. The lesson is fully resourced and can be delivered as a stand alone lesson
Using Resources
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Using Resources

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A collection of resources to support the teaching of the AQA trilogy / Chemistry Using Resources unit
The Water Cycle - AQA 2016 Biology
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The Water Cycle - AQA 2016 Biology

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A presentation and differentiated worksheets to teach the water cycle and get pupil to complete an extended piece of written work on the water cycle. I have included various versions of the work sheet, depending on how you wish to teach the topic - Word and PDF versions. The keywords are defined and there is a matching keywords to definitions task plus links to a YouTube video This resource is also available as part of a bundle
AQA Trilogy / Chemistry - Required Prac - Temperature Change
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AQA Trilogy / Chemistry - Required Prac - Temperature Change

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A presentation and worksheets to deliver the AQA required practical on temperature change. There are differentiated sheets to help with the graph drawing component of the activity, and some questions related to a linked video. Teacher / technician / students notes included, have been adapted from the AQA material.
The uses and dangers of radiation
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The uses and dangers of radiation

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A fully resourced lesson. Print out the leaflet as an A5 booklet. The presentation has slides that can be printed out and laminated if you wish, and then placed around the room for pupils to gather information from. The radiation cards act like A,B,C cards and can be used so pupils can show their response to the quiz at the end of the lesson
Circuit diagrams and symbols
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Circuit diagrams and symbols

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A lesson that covers the circuit symbols used in the AQA trilogy / physics course 2016, but could easily be adapted for any syllabus or KS3. There are assessment opportunities, practical activities and a worksheet included in the resource
AQA Trilogy / Chemistry – Bond Energy Calculations
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AQA Trilogy / Chemistry – Bond Energy Calculations

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The fourth lesson in a series of 4 for the C5 topic – Bond energies are discussed and the combustion of methane is used to take pupils through the process of bond energy calculations before examples are provided for the students to try. A fully resourced lesson that can be taught stand alone. Answers are included.
Adaptations in Plants AQA 2016
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Adaptations in Plants AQA 2016

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A presentation, worksheet and assessment questions on adaptations in plants. Planned to be taught to a mixed ability GCSE group and linked to the New AQA Syllabus 2016. There are two versions of the PowerPoint - one supports older versions that do not have some of the fonts in my original presentation Also available as part of a bundle.
Climate change and global warming
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Climate change and global warming

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A presentation and resources to teach the difference between global warming and climate change and to consider the consequences of climate change. Lesson 5 on the AQA unit for Chemistry of the atmosphere, but can be taught as a stand alone lesson
Heart Disease
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Heart Disease

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KS4 lesson on heart disease. I Talk through the presentation, and show the hyperlinked videos. The storyboard can then be given as a task to create a summary. The pics from the story board are on a separate presentation that can be used to check pupils recall / understanding of the main presentation if you think it is needed, I have also included an alternative version of the presentation for those who have older versions of PowerPoint that don't support some of the newer fonts
Formulations - AQA Chemistry / Trilogy 2016
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Formulations - AQA Chemistry / Trilogy 2016

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A fully resourced lesson, including practical on formulations. The presentation introduces the theory of formulations before students try to create a formulation of oil, water and emulsifier that takes a required time to separate. This time can be adjusted as required. There are two versions of the same PowerPoint for those who have versions that do not support some fonts
What pH?
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What pH?

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Print the pH numbers on different colours of card if available. Print out the different everyday substances and cut them out. Give each child a different substance and get them to guess the pH of the substance. Show the PowerPoint presentation about the pH of the different substances to see if they were right. The final slide gives you a chance to ask pupil if they can spot any similarities between acidic, alkaline and neutral substances
Atoms and elements - Element exhibition
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Atoms and elements - Element exhibition

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Get as many samples of elements as possible and use to introduce the idea that there are different elements and how they differ. A presentation and accompanying worksheets are included. Test tubes of air can be labelled as gases etc. If needed