Electron structure Posters

Electron structure Posters

each pupil was given an element from 1-20. They had to work out the electron structure of that particular element and make a poster using the templates provided. Part of the activity is the pupils choosing which template to use, depending on the number of electron shells their element has. Perfect for lower ability groups.
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Elements and Compounds Lessons

Elements and Compounds Lessons

Made this to accompany the fusion 2 scheme of work. It relates to the first 6 lessons. From describing, elements, compounds, naming compounds and symbols. Used this with a lower ability science group in year 8. Could easily be adapted for years 7 and 9 also.
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A-Level Biology B Edexcel – Topic 9 – L9 Detection of Light by mammals

A-Level Biology B Edexcel – Topic 9 – L9 Detection of Light by mammals

Full A-Level Biology lesson. Suitable for all A-Level Biology specifications but was originally designed for Edexcel Biology B specifications. Lesson explains the different parts of the eye, contains links to youtube dissection video. Practice exam questions and also explains the role of rod and cone cells. Rhodopsin and its role in the retina is also covered.
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B1 Edxcel 2015 Higher Walkthrough

B1 Edxcel 2015 Higher Walkthrough

Word document that can be printed as a large A3 poster. Guide students through the exam paper and they make notes as you go. Then use supporting power point to mark exam paper. To be used with B1 edexcel 2015 exam paper.
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A-Level Biology B Edexcel – Topic 9 – L1 -L9

A-Level Biology B Edexcel – Topic 9 – L1 -L9

Full set of 9 x A-Level Biology lessons for Biology B Topic 9 Control Systems. Suitable for all A-Level Biology specifications but was originally designed for Edexcel Biology B specifications. Covers all specification points in A-level Biology B spec from Hormone control in mammals and plants, the nervous system, action potentials and the eye.
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Blooms' Higher Order Thinking - Starter - Plenary - Display Board or Resource pack

Blooms' Higher Order Thinking - Starter - Plenary - Display Board or Resource pack

A series of posters I created and laminated in an attempt to create and 'interactive' class room in which teachers can use the starters or plenaries on the walls or even let the pupils choose them. Also contains a power point with a series of different levelled questions. Over 4000 minutes worth of editing time. Great for display boards in class rooms. Starter and Plenary essentials. One contains a variety of starter activity that can be used as a display or as booklets on the desk. The second contains a variety of plenary displays that can be used as a display or as booklets for the teacher to use. The other is a very colourful Blooms' Higher order Thinking Board, we called this the HOT board and we get students to select questions and phrases to use in their exercise books.
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BTEC Level 3 Applied Science - Principles and App of Science - Physics - Refractive Index

BTEC Level 3 Applied Science - Principles and App of Science - Physics - Refractive Index

50 minute lesson designed for new BTEC Applied Science Level 3 (New Specification). Lesson covers the first few learning points of Unit 1 - Principles and Applications of Science - Physics - C2 Waves in Communication. Lesson outlines the term Refraction, summarises some basic GCSE Physics content and then uses a few sample exam questions to check understanding and encourages students to use equations they are given in the external exam.
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A Level Biology B - Topic 8 - L2 Monohybrid and Dihybrid Crosses

A Level Biology B - Topic 8 - L2 Monohybrid and Dihybrid Crosses

Edexcel Biology B – Topic 8 – Origins of Genetic Information - L2 Monohybrid and Dihybrid Crosses Full 50 minute lesson on Monohybrid and Dihybrid cross. Suitable for all A-level specifications but was originally made for the New Edexcel Biology B Specification. Includes details of how to construct simple to complex punnet squares and also goes into the details of Mendel's 9:3:3:1 ratio and his original pea plant experiments.
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