A lesson which follows on from a look at the different types of radiation - it looks at the types of radiation, issues with radiation (contamination ,etc ) and what you would use the types of radiation for in the real world
Depending on emphasis this can be used both for Chemistry (Periodic table) or Physics (particle model of matter) It gives an explanation of each of the stages and worksheet to accompany
A lesson looking at what diabetes is, what leads to the condition and how we treat it. Includes activities for identifying at risk individuals and factors which increase prevalence of diabetes. A starter crossword is designed to refresh ideas of the hormones which control blood glucose levels. Exam questions at the end to recap all work with answers on powerpoint.
This resource is good for GCSE AQA Chemistry on working out whether a reaction is endothermic or exothermic based on the bond energies. It would also work with a high ability year 8 group following the Kerboodle Activate scheme of work. Powerpoint takes you through key idea of endothermic and exothermic again, then has some worked examples of how to work out the bond energies. Worksheet tests students knowledge starting with easy pre-balanced equations and ending with combustion of alkanes to be worked out from scratch .
A look at Gravity as a non contact force as well as working out the weight of objects based on their mass and the gravitational field they operate in. Two worksheets available. One with just questions, the other builds up with word fill activities before.
A lesson looking at how we developed the atomic model - lesson focuses on rutherford scattering and features key for radiation module for AQA GCSE
Lesson on differences between antibiotics and painkillers with a small section on antibiotic resistance
Lesson looking at how concentration affects the rate of reactions. this includes work and guidance on preforming the required sodium thiosulfate practical
Less with info hunt on different enzymes in digestion. Includes some starter information about reactions with enzymes. Also follow up on digestive system.
A lesson on the national grid set up. Includes card sort for each part, an explanation for why transformers are important and a comparison of overhead vs underground cables. Includes exam questions with answers on powerpoint to go through with students. Leads into lesson on assessing power stations and demand across the grid.
A lesson which looks at the role of kidneys in the body and how ADH controls the action of kidneys and water re-uptake
Revision Sheets for AQA Organisation module Includes double sided sheet for digestive system with exam questions on back and double sided sheet for the heart with exam questions on back
A lesson for AQA Applied Science Module 4 looking at how the central nervous system is arranged
Lesson designed originally for a applied science biology group. Could work with an A level group or even a high ability GCSE group. A lesson which looks at the method of action on a synapse including how various drug actions can generally effect the synapse includes card sort activity for synapses and a starter that goes over action potentials from previous lesson
AQA Homeostasis revision worksheets for students to attempt. Includes some exam exam questions.
Lesson for KS3 space - looks at what is meant by a moon. Activity ask students too see how many moons each planet needs. Also looks at the phases of the moon and why we can see different parts at different times. This has an accompanying worksheet.