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Food chains and energy transfer - questions
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Food chains and energy transfer - questions

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Notes: This is a worksheet based activity that includes some higher order thinking to explore the ideas around energy transfer in simple food chains. Two versions are included, one with GCSE grades, the other without. (please note that grade indications are only approximate). Why not try getting learners to choose a selection of questions to answer (e.g. do Q1-4 or Q3-8) An answer sheet is included. This resource was designed for OCR 21st Century Science unit B3. Keywords: energy, transfer, food chain, efficiency
Thinking About - Coke & Mentos
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Thinking About - Coke & Mentos

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This activity is part of the ‘Thinking About’ Series. The sequence aims to think through the investigative process using a very engaging activity. It involves learners thinking through the control and measurement of variables. It can be used to produce and analyse graphs and think through challenging explanations. There are also some surprising events for further challenge if different soft drinks are used. In this activity there is a PowerPoint, an activity guide and making and launching guides (which it is recommended that you laminate!)
Force & Change of momentum - graded questions
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Force & Change of momentum - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P4, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Everyday levers
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Everyday levers

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In this activity pupils can look at the images of levers and think about where the find them and what they do. Either images or real objects (or a combination) can be used with the two sheets, which are differentiated in terms of the number of expected responses and the questions used. Please note that clock (a 'distance multiplier&') is different to the other levers shown (&';force multipliers') and spotting the odd one out and providing a reason gives an extension for more able pupils. Please ensure that you have carried out a full risk assessment before carrying out any practical activity.
Analogue vs. Digital activities
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Analogue vs. Digital activities

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This activity comprises of an interactive spreadsheet model that allows you to change the value in the yellow coloured cell to represent a percentage of noise added to a signal. It allows you to see what happens to both analogue and digital signals with the same amount of noise side by side. There is a worksheet to summarise the difference between the two kinds of signal and also an activity for pupils where they plot out signal plus noise by hand - ideal for a flipped learning approach where pupils do this in advance of the lesson before discussion in the lesson.
Seismic Waves - graded questions
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Seismic Waves - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on OCR 21st Century Science Specification, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. There are two slightly different activity sheets for differentiation - one has key words, the other without. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Atoms into ions - graded questions
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Atoms into ions - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit C4, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
The carbon cycle - grade questions
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The carbon cycle - grade questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P2, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Transformers - graded questions
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Transformers - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P5, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Resistance of LDR & thermistor - graded questions
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Resistance of LDR & thermistor - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P5, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
C4 Electron structure & ionic bonding revision
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C4 Electron structure & ionic bonding revision

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Keywords: structure, bonding, electron, energy levels, shells, orbitals, rings, periodic table, patterns. Notes: This is a revision summary sheet that has questions about structure and bonding relating to electron arrangements and ion formation. Please note that this resource was originally designed for unit C4 of OCR 21st Century Science, but is applicable to other specifications. An answer sheet has now been addedl.
Thinking About Goldilocks and the Three Bears
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Thinking About Goldilocks and the Three Bears

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This activity is a context led approach to look at changes over time, in particular how temperature changes as time goes by. Children find it much more interesting that watching the change in temperature as water cools. The activity centres around finding that learners will find surprising helping them make progress as a results. There is an engaging start to the activity through a very familiar story.
Atomic structure - graded questions
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Atomic structure - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit C4, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Generator effect - graded questions
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Generator effect - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P5, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
The greenhouse effect - graded questions
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The greenhouse effect - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P2, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Potential difference - graded questions
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Potential difference - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P5, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Car efficiency - Data handling
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Car efficiency - Data handling

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Keywords: Efficiency, calculation, graph, skill, explain, justify, MAT. This activity is designed to stretch the most able learners with some questions and tasks related to calculating efficiency. There are some demanding questions involving handling data and using graphs to make predictions. This was designed as a home learning task to consolidate learning about efficiency. It would also make a suitable starter for AS/A level. An answer sheet is included with suggested marks for each question.
Models of the atom - Comparison
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Models of the atom - Comparison

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Key words: Model, Plum-pudding, Rutherford, Dalton, nuclear. A slideshow that compares different models of the atom and summarises their uses. Notes: The first link will take you to a pdf document. Right click the web link to download the powerpoint show.
How did the Universe begin - graded questions
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How did the Universe begin - graded questions

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on OCR 21st Century Science Specification, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. There are two slightly different activity sheets for differentiation - one has key words, the other without. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.
Current & p.d. in circuits
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Current & p.d. in circuits

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This activity contains a powerpoint with graded questions & answers and matching pupil activity sheets, designed to be used at the end of a lesson and/or the start of the next lesson to review previous learning. The questions are based on the previous OCR 21st Century Science Specification unit P5, although could be used with other exam boards. Clicking through the show reveals answers one a time. These reduce to A5 easily, the ideal size for most pupils. Please note grades are approximate.