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I am a 5th-year science teacher from Auckland New Zealand, specialising in physics and chemistry. I am also a Microsoft innovative education expert for 2017 and am active in #scichatnz and #teachmeetnz.

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I am a 5th-year science teacher from Auckland New Zealand, specialising in physics and chemistry. I am also a Microsoft innovative education expert for 2017 and am active in #scichatnz and #teachmeetnz.
Amylase experiment
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Amylase experiment

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This is an experiment designed to test the effect of temperature on enzyme activity. The experiment is designed to link with the IGCSE Biology course. The activity also includes plotting of experimental results and questions designed to test understanding of enzyme activity.
Electrostatics 2
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Electrostatics 2

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This senior physics lesson is in the form of a powerpoint presentation on electrostatics interspersed with short student tasks. Part 2 of a 2 part series, this lesson focuses on point charges and electrical fields.
Rates of Reaction
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Rates of Reaction

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This activity is divided into 4 parts each activity involved one of the components of rates of reactions - size, concentration, temperature and catalysts. The activity involves graphing data and then explaining the plot using rates of reaction theory. Students graph data and then apply this information to collision theory to explain observed data. The activity also includes hint sheets to assist students.
Ohmic and Non-ohmic resistors
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Ohmic and Non-ohmic resistors

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This lesson is in the form of a powerpoint presentation for senior physics with short student tasks. In the presentation students will be able to Determine the difference between ohmic and non/ohmic conductors and Describe the effect of temperature on resistance.
Angry birds - projectile motion
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Angry birds - projectile motion

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This lesson involves using angry birds as a context to develop understanding of projectile motion and the affect of gravity on objects. The lesson is in 3 parts: Part one is notes and questions to test student understanding of projectile motion including breaking down the horizontal and vertical components of this motion. Part two then introduces the concept of gravity acting on an object and how mass and distance from objects changes the force of gravity. Part three is an activity where students apply their knowledge of projectile motion to design a new angry bird.
Dichotomous Keys and classification
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Dichotomous Keys and classification

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The presentation and associated activities are designed to introduce the classification of living things and also so we as scientists classify organisms using keys. Designed as an introduction for juniors the presentation included a series of activities which can be done individually or in groups.
Electromagnetism
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Electromagnetism

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This is a senior physics lesson on electromagnetism consisting of a power point presentation including worked examples and learning tasks.
Teaching guide for electricity
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Teaching guide for electricity

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This is a PowerPoint for teaching electricity especially circuit electricity by analogies. For example the volt as a person carrying buckets of water representing energy. The lesson incorporates both parallel and series circuits and covers current and voltage in both.
Electromagnets
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Electromagnets

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A senior physics lesson in the form of a power point explaining the concepts around the properties of electromagnets. The lesson also includes student tasks to test understanding of the lesson.
Electrochemical Cells
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Electrochemical Cells

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This A-level powerpoint presentation outlines to students electrochemical cells. In particular, the formation of said cells and the rules associated with writing them.
Rates of reactions exercises
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Rates of reactions exercises

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This resource is designed to practise graphing skills and data analysis around chemistry rates of reactions. Also designed to develop student understanding of results obtained using collision theory. The exercise consists of activities where students develop understanding of the 4 different ways to change rates of reaction - concentration, temperature, catalysts and surface area.
Phase changes
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Phase changes

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This task can be designed as an assessment or set as a task in class. The activity involves students determining the phase changes of water by correctly placing image in the right order. The activity can be extended by students developing a video using digital devices on what happens during phase changes with the activity as a prompt.
Work Booklet Chemistry - Groups 1 and 7
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Work Booklet Chemistry - Groups 1 and 7

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This booklet is designed to test student understanding of the periodic table and in particular, groups 1 and 7. The activities in the form of questions and practical exercises are designed to link electronic structure with the properties of the elements. Balancing of equations and explantation of experimental results is also involved.
Global Warming
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Global Warming

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Designed to worked over for 3 lessons. The presentation and video are designed to introduce the concept of global warming, the causes and possible solutions and the evidence underlying the development of the theory of human involvement in global warming. The presentation also includes an activity to assess student understanding of the science. Primarily aimed at junior science, the video reinforces the presentation but illustrating the effects of global warming,.
Junior science energy lesson 9 - electricity generation
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Junior science energy lesson 9 - electricity generation

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This resource is a lesson plan for junior science (year 9, KS3, 8th grade) which introduces the concept of the generation of electricity The 1 hour lesson consists of a power presentation outlining key concepts, a learning activity and assessment of learning including non-renewable and renewable resources.
Circuits
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Circuits

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This activity is in the form of a powerpoint presentation on circuits designed for senior physics. The presentation also includes short student tasks. In lesson students will Identify common circuit symbols, Identify electric current as a flow of charge/electrons and Explain how current behaves in series and parallel circuit.
SUVAT Equation practise tasks
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SUVAT Equation practise tasks

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This resource is in the form of a powerpoint which works through various problems involving applying the SUVAT equations. Designed with AS physics in mind the tasks are designed for the class to work through each problem.
Structure and bonding - ionic solids
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Structure and bonding - ionic solids

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This lesson is in the form of a presentation of ionic solids and describes how the type of bonding is used to explain the physical and chemical properties of these molecules. The presentation also includes student activities to test understanding.