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Resources for teachers and home learning/revision for secondary science topics (focusing on OCR gateway specifications)

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Resources for teachers and home learning/revision for secondary science topics (focusing on OCR gateway specifications)

#### Reactivity series of metals

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Powerpoint presentation to be followed by practical demonstration of the reactivity series of metals.

#### Fun chemical equation dice activity

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Using this activity, pupils can practice writing the word equations and the symbol equations for their own chosen reactions. This activity requires a dice. Roll the dice to chose a cation (number on the dice corresponds to a cation in the first box), then roll the dice again to chose an anion. Roll the dice as many times as required until pupils are confident in writing balanced symbol equations.

#### Year 7 (KS3) Physics lesson: Springs

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Practical lesson to introduce the basics of Hooke’s Law to year 7 pupils (or above) with blank slide for writing own conclusions on the board at the end of the practical. Lesson can be adapted to produce a graph for more able students.

#### Year 7 physics - introduction to forces

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Powerpoint lesson for an introduction to forces along with a starter task of a crossword to settle pupils and begin focusing their minds on the definitions/explanations of forces.

#### KS3 (year 7) physics lesson: friction

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practical lesson where pupils initially develop their thinking skills of how to set up an experiment, then go forward to test their theories/ undertake practical in measuring friction across different surfaces.

#### Year 7 physics SOL - Forces

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Scheme of learning for year 7 topic of forces based off of the “Exploring Science 7” books. Scheme includes lessons (with revision, test, and intervention at the end of the topic), along with aims, resources required, and subject vocabulary for each lesson.

#### The Haber Process

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Powerpoint presentation for a whole lesson on the Haber Process. Requires questions for a group activity (although this can take a lot of time and can be skipped!)

#### Plant structure

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Annotated painting of a lily using watercolour. Resource can either be adapted to put in a lesson or can be printed and hung in a classroom as a visual aid for pupils.

#### The Particle Model

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Resource includes a powerpoint with annotations in the notes section for part C1 of the OCR gateway GCSE chemistry subject, but can easily be used for other exam boards as the topic is so versatile. Resource also includes a full lesson plan, fully adaptable for your own adaptations.

#### Atomic Structure

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Powerpoint presentation and lesson plan for structure of the atom (focused on OCR Gateway GCSE chemistry). Lesson includes structure of the atom, details on subatomic particles, and definitions on atomic number/mass, isotopes and ions.

#### Chemistry - Extracting Copper

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Whole lesson on copper extraction for GCSE chemistry (Following OCR Gateway specifications). Powerpoint presentation and questions for group activity where individual pupils must answer a question correctly before moving on to the next question (first group to successfully answer all questions wins!)

#### KS3 physics - Pressure

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KS3 lesson on pressure but can be used for older pupils too. Resource includes powerpoint lesson, homework (fully scaffolded for calculating pressure) and extra help sheet for pupils that may struggle with maths (this can be used in the lesson as a worksheet too!)