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Relative Atomic + Formula Mass
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Relative Atomic + Formula Mass

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A lesson on the GCSE Quantitative Chemistry directed at a low ability Yr 10 Science class. There are some further activities to stretch learners. The presentation includes support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A rally coach worksheet included + a homework
Activate 2  Lesson 1 Photosynthesis
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Activate 2 Lesson 1 Photosynthesis

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There is a full lesson , with PowerPoint covering photosynthesis Levelled objectives are as follows: •To state the substances needed for photosynthesis •To describe the process of photosynthesis •To be able to recall the word equation for photosynthesis •To describe the process of photosynthesis in detail •To suggest reasons why photosynthesis would or would not occur This Document includes resources and learning activities with answers embedded and fully animated into the powerpoint slides. These activities include but not limited to card sorts (included) whiteboard activities - paired work, and literacy tasks This lesson is also set in the theme of A Bug’s Life.
C2 Chapter 1.2 Activate 2 Group and Periods
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C2 Chapter 1.2 Activate 2 Group and Periods

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This is the second lesson in the Periodic Table topic of Activate 2, directed at a mixed ability Yr 8 Science class with EAL activity and picture clues to support. The presentation includes a super challenge questions, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. All worksheets, scaffolded questions and challenging sections to stretch higher ability students are included in the PPT Success Criteria: The state the difference between a group and a period in the table of elements Use patterns to predict properties of elements Compare patterns in properties in group and elements Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
P1.2 Squashing and Stretching
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P1.2 Squashing and Stretching

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This is the second lesson in the Forces topic of Activate 1, directed at a mixed ability Yr 7 Science class. The presentation includes a challenge question, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet on interaction pairs, where students have to decide the pairs acting on an object - includes a worked example, scaffolded questions and challenging section to stretch higher ability students. Learning Outcomes: Describe how forces deform an object Explain how solid surfaces provide a support force Apply Hooke’s Law to a practical investigation This is available as a bundle here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/activate-1-p1-yr-7-forces-11777264 Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Active 1 1.5 Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
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Active 1 1.5 Balanced and Unbalanced Forces

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This is the fifth lesson in the Forces topic of Activate 1, directed at a mixed ability Yr 7 Science class. The presentation includes a challenging question, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet document includes a worked example, scaffolded questions and challenging section to stretch higher ability students. Success Criteria To describe the difference between a balanced and an unbalanced force Use a force diagram to say which way the object will move draw a force diagram and say whether the force is balanced or unbalanced. Stretching: To work our a resultant force on an object Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Activate 1 P1.4 Forces at a distance
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Activate 1 P1.4 Forces at a distance

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This is the fourth lesson in the Forces topic of Activate 1, directed at a mixed ability Yr 7 Science class. The presentation includes a challenge question, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet on interaction pairs, where students have to decide the pairs acting on an object - includes a worked example, scaffolded questions and challenging section to stretch higher ability students. Learning Outcomes: Describe the effects of a field Describe the effects of gravitational forces on Earth and in space Appropriately use an equation to calculate weights This is available as a bundle here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/activate-1-p1-yr-7-forces-11777264 Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Ice Age - What was the Ice Age?
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Ice Age - What was the Ice Age?

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This is the first lesson in an Ice Age theme designed for Winter Whole School Cross Curriculum Include film clip, group activities and scientific enquiry to really engage your learners
Activate 1 P1 Yr 7 Forces
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Activate 1 P1 Yr 7 Forces

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This is a bundle of five lessons to cover the Forces topic of Activate 1, directed at a mixed ability Yr 7 Science class. The presentations includes a challenge question, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. All worksheets includes a worked example, scaffolded questions and challenging section to stretch higher ability students. Success Criteria/ Learning outcomes included in each lesson Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Titans of the Ice Age
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Titans of the Ice Age

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This is the second lesson in an Ice Age theme designed for Winter Whole School Cross Curriculum Include film clip, group activities and scientific enquiry to really engage your learners Please note an ICE AGE font was downloaded to design this: https://www.dafont.com/ice-age-font.font
P2 Physics starters/Warmups
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P2 Physics starters/Warmups

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Starter activities for the entire topic of P2 GCSE Physics (AQA) Topics included Energy transfer by conduction Specific Heat Capacity Heating and Insulating Buildings Resources produced to use the starter as a recap from the previous lesson. Suitable for a catch up resource, or GCSE Physics revision
Activate 1 P1 1.1 Introduction to Forces
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Activate 1 P1 1.1 Introduction to Forces

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This is the first lesson in the Forces topic of Activate 1, directed at a mixed ability Yr 7 Science class. The presentation includes a challenge question, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet on interaction pairs, where students have to decide the pairs acting on an object - includes a worked example, scaffolded questions and challenging section to stretch higher ability students. Learning Outcomes: State some simple objects and some forces related to them Describe what is meant by an interaction pair Explain what forces do to an object Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Weird Fact Science Posters Pack 1 - 15 POSTERS INCLUDED
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Weird Fact Science Posters Pack 1 - 15 POSTERS INCLUDED

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Inspire your students with weird and wacky science facts. These can be used as a simple display or a starting discussion point if you wish. these are suitable for all ages but geared towards 11-16. The document is formatted to print at A4. All feedback is greatly appreciated. INCLUDES 15 Posters More Poster packs are currently being designed. Pack 2 AVAILABLE HERE: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/weird-fact-science-posters-pack-2-11963854
P1 1.3 Drag Forces and Friction
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P1 1.3 Drag Forces and Friction

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This is the third lesson in the Forces topic of Activate 1, directed at a mixed ability Yr 7 Science class. The presentation includes a challenge question, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet on interaction pairs, where students have to decide the pairs acting on an object - includes a worked example, scaffolded questions and challenging section to stretch higher ability students. Learning Outcomes: Identify when drag forces and friction occur Describe the effects of drag forces and friction Evaluate the forces of friction and drag on object and give reasons to change the forces acting. Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Weird Fact Science Posters Pack 2 - 15 POSTERS INCLUDED
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Weird Fact Science Posters Pack 2 - 15 POSTERS INCLUDED

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Inspire your students with weird and wacky science facts. These can be used as a simple display or a starting discussion point if you wish. these are suitable for all ages but geared towards 11-16. The document is formatted to print at A4. All feedback is greatly appreciated. More Poster packs are currently being designed. PACK 1 AVAILABLE HERE:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/weird-fact-science-posters-pack-1-15-posters-included-11963275
Interaction Pairs Worksheet
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Interaction Pairs Worksheet

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This worksheet is designed to go along with Activate 1 P1.1 Introduction to forces. The resource increases with difficulty and has a "challenge" to really stretch your higher ability students. There is a second version included without the scaffolding if learners need to further themselves. Both versions include a worked example to demonstrate how to answer the worksheet and what to include. Answers are included.
Electrical Appliances
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Electrical Appliances

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This is a lesson in P1 of Trilogy GCSE Chemistry, directed at a low ability Yr 10 Science class. There are some further activities to stretch learners. The presentation includes support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet included Learning Outcomes: To state the ways different appliances convert energy into useful sources Evaluate appliances in their efficiency to perform a particular job Calculate the percentage of energy wasted. Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
C2  Chapter 1.1 Activate 2 Metals and Non-Metals
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C2 Chapter 1.1 Activate 2 Metals and Non-Metals

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This is the first lesson in the Periodic Table topic of Activate 2, directed at a mixed ability Yr 8 Science class with EAL activity and picture clues to support. The presentation includes a super challenge questions, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. All worksheets, scaffolded questions and challenging sections to stretch higher ability students are included in the PPT Success Criteria: Review you knowledge of common chemical elements Identify properties of metals and non-metals Compare the physical appearance and material behaviour of metals and non-metals Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Lesson 1 Crude Oil and Hydrocarbons
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Lesson 1 Crude Oil and Hydrocarbons

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This is the first lesson in the Crude Oil topic of Trilogy GCSE Chemistry, directed at a low ability Yr 11 Science class. The presentation includes support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet includes a worked example and scaffolded questions Learning Outcomes: To describe what a crude oil is made up of Suggest a suitable formula rule for a hydrocarbon Use formula rules to workout the number of atoms Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks
Working Scientifically: Using data in tables
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Working Scientifically: Using data in tables

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This is the first lesson in the Working Scientifically topic of Activate 2, directed at a mixed ability Yr 8 Science class. The presentation includes a challenge question, support and extension tasks on all relevant slides. collaborative learning opportunities. A worksheet including an outline of a suitable table to scaffold those who will struggle with the drawing speed or EAL Success Criteria: To identify the most important aspects of a results table. To understand how to organise data in a table format. To analyse the data and suggest improvements. Please rate and comment on what you find useful so I can alter my lessons in future. Many thanks