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C13.5 Atmospheric Pollutants
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C13.5 Atmospheric Pollutants

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Powerpoint, exam question worksheet and C13 summary sheet to aid teaching of this lesson. The summary sheet can also be set as HW, as students may struggle to finish in the lesson.
C14.3 Treating Waste Water
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C14.3 Treating Waste Water

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Resources for C14.3 Treating Waste Water (AQA CHEMISTRY GCSE) Powerpoint presentation for full lesson Lesson plan (not detailed but overview of timings and objectives) Information sheet for independent learning activity
Nanoparticles GCSE
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Nanoparticles GCSE

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2 lessons on nanoparticles. Lesson 1- Introduction, comparing sizes and surface area to volume ratio. Lesson 2- Uses, risks and future of nanoparticles.
C1.6 Structure of the Atom
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C1.6 Structure of the Atom

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Complete lesson presentation. AQA periodic table attached also as reference is made in PPT. Lesson Objectives: ALL: Know what a proton, neutron and electron is and state the relative charge of each. MOST: Label a diagram of an atom and know what the atomic number and mass number is. SOME: Work out the number of neutrons, mass number or atomic number given the other values.
Weathering and Mass Movement (Coasts)
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Weathering and Mass Movement (Coasts)

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Lesson powerpoint, and accompanying sheets for weathering and mass movement. Designed for but can be used for any relevant teaching: AQA GCSE Geography --> Physical, Unit 3 Physical Landscapes --> Topic 2 Coastal Landscapes in the UK (Lesson 2 out of 14)
Romeo and Juliet Revision
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Romeo and Juliet Revision

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Designed for build up to exams, approx. 3 hrs of teaching. All lessons with powerpoints and corresponding worksheets.
GCSE AQA Electronic Structure/Atomic Mass
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GCSE AQA Electronic Structure/Atomic Mass

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Lesson 7 of C4.1.1 (Atomic Structure). Includes- Powerpoint with video link Worksheet to accompany video Worksheet for practice on electronic structure Plenary exam question carefully selected from exam question bank Time markers now included in powerpoint, with all activities varying from 5-15 minutes. 5 minutes with no activity included, for settling and leaving, totalling a 1hr lesson.
Managing Climate Change (GCSE Climate Change L4)
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Managing Climate Change (GCSE Climate Change L4)

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Managing climate change through mitigation and adaptation. DISCLAIMER: Mainly a research driven lesson with use of computers/tablets, with a table filling activity and question guided activity. Some taught elements, but mainly FLIPPED learning.
The Effects of Climate Change (GCSE Lesson 3)
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The Effects of Climate Change (GCSE Lesson 3)

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Powerpoint and printout for students on the effects of climate change. Structure of lesson: Starter and intro to lesson (5 mins) Video intro to topic (5 mins) Graph Analysis (10 mins) Mapping Task (15 mins) Chain of analysis (10 mins) Exam 9-Marker (10 mins) 5 minutes for end of lesson and settling at the start.
Romeo and Juliet GCSE- Answering Extract to Whole Questions
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Romeo and Juliet GCSE- Answering Extract to Whole Questions

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This PPT can be used as one lesson or a series of lessons. You may want to print as a handout as an information leaflet for students. It is more a speaking at the class lessons and you may want to incorporate some of your own activities with the sentence starters on there. You may need to edit if you do not do Romeo and Juliet, and change that or some of the teaching terms incorporated.
GCSE Homeostasis Section A - The human nervous system
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GCSE Homeostasis Section A - The human nervous system

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Part of topic 5 or B10 Powerpoint includes: Notes, recap activities when content links to earlier in the course and exam practice at the end Reaction times required practical referenced to, designed to be used with AQA Biology practical booklet. TOPIC OBJECTIVES By the end of this topic, you should know: The principles of homeostasis The structure and function of the nervous system Reflex actions in the body The structure and function of the brain (TRIPLE ONLY) The eye and common problems of the eye (TRIPLE ONLY)