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.
A presentation to deliver the theory of paper chromatography and demonstrate the correct procedure to carry out the required practical. A booklet is included that links to the presentation and theory. There are various activities included in the presentation. Enough material for at least 90 minutes of teaching time. The booklet also includes assessment questions.
A presentation that has embedded videos (2 - Choose which you think is best), and data analysis. The presentation also takes you through the various stages of waste water treatment before a related worksheet can be used.
Fully resourced series of lessons on potable water. The concept of potable water is introduced with a practical. The way water is treated in the UK and desalination processes are covered. A couple of videos are embedded in the presentation and a linked question sheet in included. Teacher and technician notes along with student sheet are then included that have been adapted for the water required practical
A lesson for the new GCSE Chemistry for AQA triple award only. The resource includes a worksheet for a practical using metals and fruit juices to underpin the key-points from the syllabus on what effects the voltage in a simple cell and a presentation to reinforce key ideas. The presentation includes assessment opportunities to test pupils understanding and links in the topic to previous parts of the syllabus.
A fully resourced lesson with assessment on the cracking of crude oil. The starter is a data analysis activity that links in to the leaning objective. Cracking of hydrocarbons is covered before pupils are asked questions on the reasons for the process and how it is carried out. The plenary is an assessment question.
A fully resourced lesson on building hydrocarbons. Pupils can be shown molecular models of hydrocarbons or build them themselves before looking at various ways to represent molecules such as ball and stick, and space fill models. An information sheet and comparison table are also provided so that pupils can look at the advantages and disadvantages of using each representation of the alkanes.
A summary of energy transfers for the physics P1 content - this summary is suitable for medium to low ability students. I have used this printed on A3 paper and it has kept students engaged for an extended time trying to fit in all the answers
A couple of presentations to help look at the factors that vary between different habitats. The concept of biotic and abiotic factors is considered, along with stable communities. The presentations have linked worksheets.
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A fully resources lesson with a presentation about the greenhouse effect. Keywords are discussed. The main gases responsible for the greenhouse effect are introduced with an activity to research each gas and its effect. This lesson is suitable for KS3 and KS4
A fully resourced lesson on the carbon cycle. There is a presentation and linked worksheets to create a diagram of the carbon cycle plus appreciate the processes that add and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
A fully resourced lesson starts with a word search to find elements from the Periodic Table. A quick recap of information students may be aware of from KS3 before discussing groups and periods. There is a colouring activity to label various sections of a Periodic Table that is then used to complete a group activity. A series of questions to challenge understanding is used to secure knowledge before a plenary that ask students to try and talk for as long as possible about what they have learnt about the Periodic Table