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Investigating Cooling Curves
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Investigating Cooling Curves

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A resource used for BTEC Applied science Nationals level 3 - Unit 2 assignment B. By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Construction and interpretation of cooling curves: • temperature as a function of time • rate of cooling from the gradient of the tangent to the cooling curve • determination of melting point from the shape of a curve for a substance freezing • super cooling • shape of the curve and rate of cooling in relation to intermolecular forces and the state (solid or liquid) of the substance.
Electrical Power
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Electrical Power

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State what’s meant by power. Describe how power can be calculated. Explain why changing the time that energy is transferred in affects power.
Density
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Density

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State what is meant by mass. State what is meant by volume. Describe the term density. Explain how to calculate density of regular and irregular shapes.
Dangers of EM waves
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Dangers of EM waves

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By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Identify low, mid and high energy waves. Describe how to protect yourself from exposure to energy waves. Explain why there is strict government guidelines for the use of gamma and X-rays
Recycling
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Recycling

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A self-explanatory lesson explaining the process of recycling materials and why people are choosing to recycle. Scaffolded questions are used to ensure all learners can access the material.
Photosynthesis limiting factors
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Photosynthesis limiting factors

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State the limiting factors for photosynthesis. Describe how a limiting factor can affect photosynthesis. Explain why these limiting factors have the effect that they do.
Cracking
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Cracking

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify long and short chain hydrocarbons. Describe the process of cracking. Explain why companies would use cracking.
Standard Deviation and Standard Error Bars
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Standard Deviation and Standard Error Bars

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State what is meant by standard deviation. Describe how to calculate standard deviation. Create error bars from data and place correctly on a graph.
Fertilisation and Germination
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Fertilisation and Germination

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By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Identify parts of a seed. Describe how the pollen grain fertilises the ovule. Explain why seeds will only germinate when exposed to water.
Forces and Elasticity
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Forces and Elasticity

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: State some examples of elastic and inelastic objects. Describe the effect of two pulling forces on an elastic object. Explain the incident that can cause an elastic object to become inelastic.
Momentum
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Momentum

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By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Identify the effect of force. Describe how to calculate force. Explain why mass and acceleration affects force.
Meiosis
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Meiosis

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By the end of this lesson learners should be able to: Identify the key stages of meiosis. Describe the process of fertilisation. Explain the importance of meiosis.
IV graphs
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IV graphs

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By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify generally what happens to current as voltage increases. Describe how to calculate resistance from a voltage-current graph. Compare how the resistance changes with load in: fixed resistors, filament bulbs and diodes.
The Seasons
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The Seasons

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Aimed towards KS3 (Yrs 11-14), a fun animated lesson explaining the Seasons. Slide by slide animations shows clearly why the Earth experiences Summer and Winter. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify what causes summer and winter. Describe how the Sun radiates light. Explain the link between the tilting of the Earth and the seasons.
Growth in animals and percentile charts
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Growth in animals and percentile charts

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By the end of this lesson learners should be able to: Identify the characteristics of growth. Describe the role of differentiation Describe how to read a percentile graph. Explain the uses of a percentile graph. Suitable for KS4.
Investigating Fuels
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Investigating Fuels

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Aimed toward BTEC Applied Science Unit 3 - Investigating Fuels, risks of fuels and Units of energy. By the end of the lesson learners should be able to: Identify independent and dependent variables. Describe how to write a method concerning the burning of fuels. Explain why repeatability and reliability are important factors within experiments.
Alcohol
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Alcohol

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By the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Identify the organ damaged by alcohol. Describe how alcohol affects the body. Explain why drink driving is illegal.