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Science and Chemistry Teaching Resources

I'm an experienced science teacher, sharing and selling some of the resources I've produced over the years.

I'm an experienced science teacher, sharing and selling some of the resources I've produced over the years.
Evaluation skills in science
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Evaluation skills in science

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This is a resource I use to teach my students the difference between the keywords precise, accurate and reliable. I often use this resource before they evaluate any experiment as a prompt and reminder.
Balancing Chemical Equations - Differentiated and scaffolded worksheet
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Balancing Chemical Equations - Differentiated and scaffolded worksheet

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This worksheet is suitable for Years 8-11. Activities in the top left hand corner are the easier tasks, with support and differentiation built into the questions. As students become more confident, the scaffolding is gradually reduced. Students slowly work their way up the Blooms’ heirarchy of skills as they complete each part of the puzzle.
AQA A Level Chemistry - RedOx Titrations
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AQA A Level Chemistry - RedOx Titrations

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This resource is based on the scenario that the Titanic sank more quickly than expected due to cost cutting measures linked to poor quality rivets, which caused steel panels to break free and let in water quicker than models predicted. It’s a bit of fun that frames the learning in context for the students.
Rates of Reaction GCSE Science - 6 mark question skills
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Rates of Reaction GCSE Science - 6 mark question skills

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Hi, This activity is designed to get students to evaluate some sample student work, which in turn informs their writing of a detailed 6 mark longer question. It is scaffolded to enable students to make progress in their understanding of the concepts needed for the rates unit.
How to write an effective risk assessment in science
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How to write an effective risk assessment in science

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This starter introduces the students to the concept of a producing a detailed risk assessment rather than writing a basic list of safety precautions. It scaffolds the idea of a risk assessment and the template can be adapted to suit any particular experiment.