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Teacher of Science & Head of KS3 Science
Distance Time Graphs
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Distance Time Graphs

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Distance Time Graphs Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what different sections of a distance time graph represent e.g. sloped and flat sections (Level 3) LO2: Describe how the steepness of the line in a distance time graph is correlated to speed (Level 4) LO3: Explain how to calculate the speed from a distance time graph (Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Adaptation
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Adaptation

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KS3 Biology Lesson on Adaptation Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State and define what is meant by the term ‘adaptation’ (Level 3) LO2: Describe the different adaptations of various organisms (Level 4) LO3: Explain how adaptations aid and benefit organisms in terms of survival (Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity.
Rock Cycle
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Rock Cycle

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KS3 Chemistry Lesson on The Rock Cycle Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what is meant by the rock cycle (Level 3) LO2: Describe using a diagram the rock cycle and the processes that are involved (Level 4) LO3: Explain what is meant by uplift and why it is so important (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Male & Female Reproductive Systems
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Male & Female Reproductive Systems

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KS3 Biology Lesson on Male & Female Reproductive Systems Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State and identify all components that make up both male and female reproductive systems (Level 3) LO2: Describe the journey of a sperm cell to reach the egg cell during the process of fertilisation (Level 4) LO3: Explain the roles of each of the components within the male and female reproductive systems (Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity in addition to interleaving questions at start of lesson.
Friction
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Friction

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Friction Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what friction is and its effect on moving objects (Level 3) LO2: Describe how the effect of friction can be increased and decreased (Level 4) LO3: Explain that friction leads to wasted energy in the form of heat and makes the energy transfer inefficient (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Plant & Animal Cells
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Plant & Animal Cells

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KS3 Biology Lesson on Plant & Animal Cells (Building Blocks of Life) Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what is meant by ‘cell theory’ (Level 3) LO2: Describe the functions of the different organelles found in both plant and animal cells (Level 4) LO3: Explain the differences between plant and animal cells (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Edexcel SC11d Life Cycle Assessment & Recycling KS4 Lesson
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Edexcel SC11d Life Cycle Assessment & Recycling KS4 Lesson

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KS4 Chemistry Lesson on Life Cycle Assessment & Recycling Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State the advantages and disadvantages of recycling a metal (Level 4) LO2: Describe the four stages in carrying out a life cycle assessment (LCA) of a material or product. (Level 5) LO3: Explain and evaluate data from a life cycle assessment of a material or product and be able to decide whether recycling is a viable option. (Level 6) (All worksheets are included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
pH Scale & Indicators
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pH Scale & Indicators

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KS3 Chemistry Lesson on pH Scale & Indicators Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State different examples of indicators and the colours they turn in acidic and alkaline solutions (Level 3) LO2: Describe how to test for whether a solution is an acid or alkali using universal and red cabbage indicator (Level 4) LO3: Explain and be able to compare the effectiveness of different indicators (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Speed & Velocity
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Speed & Velocity

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Speed & Velocity Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State and define the key terms of the lesson and be able to state the units & formula for these (i.e. speed, velocity, distance & displacement) (Level 3) LO2: Describe the difference between a scalar and vector quantities (displacement and distance; speed and velocity) (Level 4) LO3: Explain how vector quantities are represented (Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Balanced & Unbalanced Forces
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Balanced & Unbalanced Forces

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Balanced & Unbalanced Forces Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what is meant by a balanced & unbalanced force and be able to describe the effects of both balanced and unbalanced forces on an object (Level 3) LO2: Describe and be able to interpret from a free body diagram whether the forces are balanced or unbalanced (Level 4) LO3: Explain and be able to calculate the resultant force using (Force=Mass✕Acceleration) to work out the amount of acceleration or deceleration (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Igneous Rocks
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Igneous Rocks

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KS3 Chemistry Lesson on Igneous Rocks Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State how igneous rocks are formed (Level 3) LO2: Describe the properties and characteristics of igneous rocks (Level 4) LO3: Explain how temperature affects the size of crystals in igneous rocks (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Sedimentary Rocks
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Sedimentary Rocks

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KS3 Chemistry Lesson on Sedimentary Rocks Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State how sedimentary rocks are formed (Level 3) LO2: Describe the textures and properties of sedimentary rocks (Level 4) LO3: Explain how evidence from fossils can be used to date rocks (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Food Burning Experiment
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Food Burning Experiment

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Food Burning Experiment Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State that food is a store of chemical energy and recall what is meant by respiration (Level 3) LO2: Describe how energy in food is transferred in our bodies to heat and kinetic energy (Level 4) LO3: Explain how an experiment can be used to measure how much energy is stored in different foods; be able to critically evaluate your experiment(Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Menstrual Cycle
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Menstrual Cycle

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KS3 Biology Lesson on Menstrual Cycle Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what is meant by the term ‘ovulation’ (Level 3) LO2: Describe what happens in the menstrual cycle (Level 4) LO3: Explain the role and functions of hormones in the menstrual cycle (Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity in addition to interleaving questions at start of lesson.
Reactivity Series & Displacement Reactions
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Reactivity Series & Displacement Reactions

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KS3 Chemistry Lesson on Reactivity Series & Displacement Reactions Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what is meant by a displacement reaction (Level 3) LO2: Describe how to use the reactivity series to predict displacement reactions (Level 4) LO3: Explain how to write a balanced symbol equation for displacement reactions (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Metal Carbonates & Acids
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Metal Carbonates & Acids

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KS3 Chemistry Lesson on Metal Carbonates & Acids Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State the products made in the reaction between metal carbonates and acids (Level 3) LO2: Describe how to write a word equation for the reaction between metal carbonates and acids (Level 4) LO3: Explain how to write a symbol equation for the reaction between metal carbonates and acids (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Metal & Metal Oxides with Acid
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Metal & Metal Oxides with Acid

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KS3 Chemistry Lesson on Metal & Metal Oxides with Acid Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, differentiation, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State the products made from the reaction of metals/metal oxides with acids (Level 3) LO2: Describe the observations seen during these reactions and be able to write simple word equations (Level 4) LO3: Explain how to test for hydrogen gas and be able to write balanced symbol equations for these reactions (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Plotting Distance Time Graphs
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Plotting Distance Time Graphs

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Plotting Distance Time Graphs Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State how to plot points on a distance time graph correctly (Level 3) LO2: Describe how to choose and use appropriate and correct scales when plotting distance time graphs (Level 4) LO3: Explain and be able to calculate the speed of an object using distance time graphs (Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Fossil Fuels
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Fossil Fuels

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Fossil Fuels Slides are fully animated, differentiated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State what is meant by a fossil fuel and be able to recall the three different types (Level 3) LO2: Describe how fossil fuels are formed and identify some of their uses (Level 4) LO3: Explain the advantages and disadvantages of using fossil fuels (Level 5) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.
Free Body Diagrams
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Free Body Diagrams

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KS3 Physics Lesson on Free Body Diagrams Slides are fully animated, with constant AfL, scaffolding of learning and review of objectives. LO1: State how different forces can be represented and correlate the length of arrows to the size of force (Level 3) LO2: Describe that forces require both a size and direction, and understand why this is a vector quantity (Level 4) LO3: Explain and be able to calculate resultant forces (Level 5) (All resources including worksheets included) Slides also include keywords on each slide and Stretch & Challenge for each activity. Interleaving Questions included at the start of each lesson.