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Rocks, minerals & soil - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides with Activity (Kahoot)
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Rocks, minerals & soil - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides with Activity (Kahoot)

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This lesson presents an overview of minerals and soil with big images and bright colors. Includes student key questions (objectives), a suggested activity, and a link to a Kahoot for reviewing. This presentation was created for the Cambridge Secondary 1 Science Syllabus (Year 7) Filetype: Microsoft Powerpoint (16.0), PDF, link to Google Slides Size: 2.96MB Number of slides: 22 Media: Links to 2 Youtube videos Student activities: 2 Key questions (learning objectives): What makes up the surface of the Earth? What are rocks? What is soil made of? Slides: Title Presentation attributes Key questions Lesson lead-in The Earth’s crust Geologists Section title: Minerals 8-10. Minerals (part 1) Question for students Student review Section title: Soil 14-18. Soil Rock investigation activity Question for students Wrap-up Link to Kahoot review game
Characteristics of Life Lesson - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint
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Characteristics of Life Lesson - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint

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This lesson presents the seven characteristics of all living things with big images and bright colors. Includes student key questions (objectives) and suggested activity at the end. This presentation was created for the Cambridge International Examination KS3 Science Syllabus (Year 7). Filetype is made with Microsoft Powerpoint version 16.0. Key questions (learning objectives): What does it mean to be alive? What are the characteristics that every living thing shares? What are some examples of each characteristic of life? Slides: 1. Title 2. Key Questions 3. What is life? 4. MRS GREN 5. Movement 6. Respiration 7. Sensitivity 8. Growth 9. Reproduction 10. Excretion 11. Nutrition 12. Question: Alive or not? 13. Question: Alive or not? 14. Student Assignment
Particle Theory - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides
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Particle Theory - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides

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This lesson presents the differences between solids, liquids and gases on a molecular level with colorful diagrams and engaging questions. Includes student key questions (objectives) and Youtube video. This presentation was created for the Cambridge Secondary 1 Science Syllabus (Year 7) Filetype: Microsoft Powerpoint (16.0), PDF, link to Google Slides Size: 1.28MB Number of slides: 16 Media: Links to 1 Youtube video Key questions (learning objectives): How are particles arranged in… + solids? + liquids? + gases? Slides: 1. Title 2. Presentation attributes 3. Key questions 4-5. Lesson lead-in 6. Title slide: Using Particle Theory 7. Particles in a solid 8. Particles in a liquid 9. Particles in a gas 10. Youtube video 11. Title slide: Explaining Properties 12. Explaining properties 13. Diagram: Different characteristics of particles in solids, liquids and gases 14: Title slide: Questions 15. Question for students 16. Wrap-up
The History and Structure of the Atom — Presentation, Video and Questions
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The History and Structure of the Atom — Presentation, Video and Questions

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This lesson covers a brief history of the discovery of the atom as well as the basic structure of the atom. Includes student key questions (objectives) and a video. This presentation was created for the Cambridge GCSE Chemistry syllabus. Filetype: Microsoft Powerpoint (16.0), PDF, link to Google Slides Size: 3.1MB Number of slides: 29 Media: Links to 1 video Key questions (learning objectives): How were atoms discovered? How were the parts of an atom discovered? How heavy is an atom? How much space does it take up? What is an ion? Slides: Title Presentation attributes Key questions Lesson lead-in Title slide: A short history Democritus 7-8. Dalton Crookes 10-11. Thomson 12-13. Rutherford Question Title Slide: Enter the Atom 16-17. The nucleus Subatomic particles Balanced charge Identifying number of protons on the periodic table Question: What happens when you change the number of protons? 22-24. Question: What happens when you change the number of electrons? 25-26. Question: What happens when you change the number of neutrons? Atomic mass Questions Review
States of Matter Lesson - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides
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States of Matter Lesson - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides

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This lesson presents the seven characteristics of all living things with big images and bright colors. Includes student key questions (objectives) and suggested activity at the end. This presentation was created for the Cambridge Secondary 1 Science Syllabus (Year 7) Filetype: Microsoft Powerpoint (16.0), PDF, link to Google Slides Site: 5.04MB Number of slides: 28 Media: 1 Student activities: 2 Key questions (learning objectives): What are the states of matter? What are the properties of each state of matter? What is matter made of? Slides: 1. Title 2. Presentation attributes 3. Lesson lead-in 4. Key questions 5. Section title: Matter: What is it? 6. What is matter? 7. What is matter? (2) 8. Video: Matter matters 9. Behaviour of matter 10. Section title: The states of matter & their properties 11. Properties of solids 12. Examples of solids 13. Properties of liquids 14. Examples of liquids 15. Properties of gases 16. Examples of gases 17. Activity: Questions for students 18. Group activity: Solid, liquid or gas? 19. Section title: Explaining matter 20. Explaining matter 21. Explaining matter (2) 22-27: Activity: 'How do you know?' game 28. Wrap-up
Microorganisms - Ready-to-teach lesson
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Microorganisms - Ready-to-teach lesson

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Over half of our living world consists of organisms too small to see with the naked eye. This lesson introduces the idea of microbes and just what that world is like with easy-to-grasp concepts, high-quality images, and interactive laboratory practicals. Virtual learning format ready! Created with the Cambridge Checkpoint Science for Lower Secondary in mind, but can be used for any middle school curriculum. Contents include presentation slides (Google Slides, Powerpoint, PDF), hyperdoc (Google Docs, Word) and an exit ticket quiz (Google Forms). The presentation includes pertinent concepts, key questions (learning objectives), and a lab observation. The hyperdoc encourages students to explore the topic further with links to interesting videos, questions to help them check their understanding, and activities to further apply their learning. Key questions (learning objectives): What are microorganisms? What are some different types of microorganisms? Lesson topics: What are microorganisms? Different types of microorganisms “Seeing” microorganisms in the lab