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New AQA (2016) Chemistry C1 - Atomic Structure Whole Scheme of Work

New AQA (2016) Chemistry C1 - Atomic Structure Whole Scheme of Work

A whole scheme of work consisting of the following lessons: L01 - Atoms L02 - Chemical Equations L03 - Separating mixtures L04 - Fractional distillation and paper chromatography L05 - History of the atom L06 - Structure of the atom L07 - Ions, atoms and isotopes L08 - Electronic structures These lessons do link to one another, some of the starters test understanding from previous lessons. Where possible there are differentiated worksheets. These are available individually, but buying in bulk will save you £9
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Leaf Structure

Leaf Structure

Students paint the underside of a leaf and look at the stomata Whilst the nail varnish is drying the students will complete the worksheet.
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New AQA 9-1 Biology Whole Course Revision Sheets

New AQA 9-1 Biology Whole Course Revision Sheets

Revision sheets for the whole of the Biology AQA GCSE course. Covering: B1 - Cell Structure and transport B2 - Cell Division B3 - Organisation and the Digestive System B4 - Organising animals and plants B5 - Communicable Diseases B6 - Preventing and Treating Disease B7 - Non-Communicable Diseases B8 - Photosynthesis B9 - Respiration B10 - The Human Nervous System B11 - Hormonal Coordination B12 - Homeostasis in Action (GCSE Biology Only) B13 - Reproduction B14 - Variation and Evolution B15 - Genetics and Evolution B16 - Adaptations, Interdependence and Competition B17 - Organising an Ecosystem B18 - Biodiversity and Ecosystems
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P13.1 - The Electromagnetic Spectrum AQA GCSE Physics/Trilogy

P13.1 - The Electromagnetic Spectrum AQA GCSE Physics/Trilogy

Complete lesson based on the Electromagnetic Spectrum topic of the AQA Physics/Trilogy new specification GCSE course, also known as P13.1 from the Nelson Thornes text books. This lesson contains: Starter See slide notes for this starter, but a demonstration of one of the non-visible parts of the EM spectrum Main Self learning task, known as the market place activity (http://www.thinkinghistory.co.uk/ActivityModel/ActModMarketPlace.html). This is an excellent activity to showcase group work, peer learning, peer teaching and cooperation. I have used this activity with all ability groups and find it works brilliantly with all. Low ability groups will need more support, but they will probably gain more from the activity. Plenary Students either complete an exam question or some short answer questions (all with answers), or both.
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New AQA (2016) Physics P1 - Energy , Lesson 4 - Gravitational potential energy

New AQA (2016) Physics P1 - Energy , Lesson 4 - Gravitational potential energy

Complete lesson on gravitational potential energy. Starter - Students start thinking about GPE Main -Introduce GPE, some worked examples and then an opportunity for students to complete a worksheet of questions (rearranging questions included). Answers to questions are included as part of a progress check. Students can then do a simple practical looking at their own gravitational potential energies Plenary - Link to a Kahoot! quiz
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Key Stage 3 - Working Scientifically - Lesson 6 - Drawing Graphs

Key Stage 3 - Working Scientifically - Lesson 6 - Drawing Graphs

Lesson 6 of an 8 part series. This teaches students how to draw graphs, spot mistakes in graphs and gives them a checklist to work to. Lesson includes a guided powerpoint and the related worksheets (differentiated task) This is a free resource as part of the working scientifically bundle. To purchase the rest of the items, please look for my bundle!
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