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I have been teaching Science for 12 years now and the last 11 have been in British International Schools in Mexico and Spain. I have been an IB Diploma examiner for the last 9 years. My specialism is Biology but I currently teach Biology up to IGCSE and KS3 Science. Most of my resources are EAL/ESL focussed as the majority of my pupils do not have English as a mother tongue. I am selling resources for KS3 Science and IGCSE Biology. I continue to upload many resources for free.

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I have been teaching Science for 12 years now and the last 11 have been in British International Schools in Mexico and Spain. I have been an IB Diploma examiner for the last 9 years. My specialism is Biology but I currently teach Biology up to IGCSE and KS3 Science. Most of my resources are EAL/ESL focussed as the majority of my pupils do not have English as a mother tongue. I am selling resources for KS3 Science and IGCSE Biology. I continue to upload many resources for free.
Correlation, causation, graph drawing and interpretation lessons
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Correlation, causation, graph drawing and interpretation lessons

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I made this lesson to help my pupils improve their graph drawing and interpretation skills. It also helps them to understand the difference between correlation and causation. The lesson is based around an individual investigation into the correlation between two factors with other group/pair activities to assimilate the vocabulary. Key words: pattern, relationship, trend, scatter graph, prediction, correlation, positive correlation, negative correlation, no correlation, causation, increase (v), decrease (v), axis/axes, title, units, line of best fit, anomalous, cause (v), variables (v) indicates a verb
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Balanced Diet PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Balanced Diet PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint explains the nutrients needed for a balanced diet. It includes deficiency diseases, malnutrition and obesity. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes starter questions and suggested lesson activities. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b3-and-b4.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.
English verb forms TEFL/EAL
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English verb forms TEFL/EAL

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A powerpoint of all the common English very forms. Each page shows how to form that particular tense. Good as a prompt for EAL classes, I laminated them and the pupils have them on their desk to help structure their sentences.
Algebra intro. Word problems to basic formulas
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Algebra intro. Word problems to basic formulas

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I made this for my low ability EAL Year 7 class who had NO PREVIOUS ALGEBRA KNOWLEDGE, AAAGH!! First they calculate answers to word problems, showing their working. Then they are given a structure to help them make the formula. Letters and numbers are highlighted to help with identification. Ties in to Key Maths 7 Chapter 9. Worked well with my class, they did everything on the mini whiteboard before writing on the book.
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Eye PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Eye PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint includes the structure of the eye, how it focusses images and near/far vision. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes starter questions and suggested lesson activities. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b7.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Plant Transport Xylem Phloem PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Plant Transport Xylem Phloem PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint outlines the functions of the xylem and phloem as well as their orientation in different parts of the plant. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes starter questions and suggested lesson activities. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b4-photosynthesis.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.
IGCSE/GCSE/ Standard Grade Osmosis PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/ Standard Grade Osmosis PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint explains osmosis and includes a summary table at the end that contrasts diffusion and osmosis. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes suggested practical activities and starter questions. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b2.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Nervous System and Response PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Nervous System and Response PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint explains the structure of the nervous system as well as neurones, conscious responses and reflexes. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes starter questions and suggested lesson activities. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b7.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.
Microbes and Disease Unit Plan (KS3)
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Microbes and Disease Unit Plan (KS3)

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Here you have my planning document for a KS3 Microbes and Disease Unit. The cover page is a unit outline includes objectives for skills and content, cross curricular, language, ICT, differentiation, collaborative and independent learning. The following pages are lesson outlines with objectives, suggested activities including experiments and homework. They also include ideas for assessment opportunities. Please note worksheets are not included. This is a transition document as I have included the new National Curriculum objectives but assessment is still outlined using the APP criteria.
Magnets and Electromagnets Unit Plan (KS3)
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Magnets and Electromagnets Unit Plan (KS3)

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Here you have my planning document for a KS3 Magnets and Electromagnets Unit. The cover page is a unit outline includes objectives for skills and content, cross curricular, language, ICT, differentiation, collaborative and independent learning. The following pages are lesson outlines with objectives, suggested activities including experiments and homework. They also include ideas for assessment opportunities. Please note worksheets are not included. This is a transition document as I have included the new National Curriculum objectives but assessment is still outlined using the APP criteria.
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Respiratory System PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Respiratory System PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint explains the structure and function of the human respiratory system. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes suggested practical activities and starter questions. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b6.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Specialised cells and Magnification PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Specialised cells and Magnification PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint explains how/why cells are specialised with some examples. It also includes explanations about I=AM magnification formula. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes starter questions and suggested lesson activities. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b2.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.
Cell structure and organelles EAL worksheets
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Cell structure and organelles EAL worksheets

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This resource is a set of EAL worksheets for Biology for pupils aged 11-16. I have made these resources with a grammar focus, simplified language and emphasis of key words. The easiest sheets should allow pupils to match information about life processes only using underlined key words and pictures (very low English level). The activities are the following: - Cells cut and stick activity: Pupils have to match organelle name, function, what it is like, a diagram and photo. There are three different difficulty level. - Life processes glossary: There are 4 different difficulty levels for this glossary with words and definitions from the topic. Please note: image credit is given on the final page, make sure you don't print it!!
Respiration and Breathing Unit Plan (KS3)
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Respiration and Breathing Unit Plan (KS3)

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Here you have my planning document for a KS3 Respiration and Breathing Unit. The cover page is a unit outline includes objectives for skills and content, cross curricular, language, ICT, differentiation, collaborative and independent learning. The following pages are lesson outlines with objectives, suggested activities including experiments and homework. They also include ideas for assessment opportunities. Please note worksheets are not included. This is a transition document as I have included the new National Curriculum objectives but assessment is still outlined using the APP criteria.
Heart dissection pupil worksheet
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Heart dissection pupil worksheet

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I lead through a heart dissection with pupils dissecting hearts in pairs. They have to take measurements and compare left/right sides and arteries/veins filling in this worksheet. This leads them to write conclusions about the differences between left/right sides and arteries and veins.
Cells, Diffusion, Osmosis Diagnostic Quiz AfL
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Cells, Diffusion, Osmosis Diagnostic Quiz AfL

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This is a quiz with questions that can be used to check pupils understanding of the Cells topic. The concepts included in this quiz are - Cell structure - Specialisation - Plant and animal cells - Diffusion - Osmosis - Magnification calculations These questions can be used one at a time as Hinge Point Questions during the lesson or at the end of topic to diagnose as a class areas that should be revised in more depth. Each question is designed to probe a specific common misunderstanding/misconception. PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NOW AN UPDATED VERSION An answer sheet is provided and on the second page it gives links to resources or ideas for activities for pupils to allow differentiation of the next activity/task after the quiz.
Enzymes and Enzyme Activity Diagnostic Quiz AfL
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Enzymes and Enzyme Activity Diagnostic Quiz AfL

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This is a quiz with 19 questions that can be used to check pupils understanding of the Enzymes topic. The concepts included in this quiz are - Enzyme definition - Enzyme structure - Enzyme vocabulary (substrate, product, active site) - Enzymes and temperature (including graphs) - Enzymes and pH (including graphs) - Effect of enzyme concentration on activity (including graphs) - Effect of substrate concentration on activity (including graphs) - Bile (to check confusion with enzymes) - Enzyme types (protease, carbohydrase, lipase) - Location of enzymes in the digestive system These questions can be used one at a time as Hinge Point Questions during the lesson or at the end of topic to diagnose as a class areas that should be revised in more depth. Each question is designed to probe a specific common misunderstanding/misconception. Answers are in the notes section of the PowerPoint. An answer sheet is provided The diagnosis page gives links to resources or ideas for activities for pupils to allow differentiation of the next activity/task after the quiz.
IGCSE Coordinated Science Revision guide 0654 2016 and 2017/2018 Editions
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IGCSE Coordinated Science Revision guide 0654 2016 and 2017/2018 Editions

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These revision guides are 95 pages long. They are composed of closed questions that cover every point of the 0654 syllabus for all three sciences. Pupils complete the revision guide by answering all the questions which gives them a summary of the whole course in one book. This is an essential revision tool and really helps pupils to structure their revision time and should improve their grades. You have access to 2 versions here, one for 2016 exams and another for 2017/2018 exams. The price of this resource is set high because you can make as many copies as you like for the pupils in your classes. This is considerably cheaper than buying the required number of copies of any revision guide book. PLEASE NOTE: THIS REVISION GUIDE DOES NOT INCLUDE ANSWERS/SOLUTIONS
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Biology PowerPoint Bundle 1
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Biology PowerPoint Bundle 1

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This is a bundle pack of my PowerPoints aimed at pupils aged 14-16. I have tried to make them as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. There are also simple planning documents included that have starter questions and suggested lesson activities. The topics included in these PowerPoints are: - Osmosis - Enzymes - Digestion - Nutrition and Diet - Respiration - Reproduction - Energy flow in ecosystems (food chains/webs) - The carbon cycle - The eye
IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Digestive System PowerPoint
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IGCSE/GCSE/Standard Grade Digestive System PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint runs through the function of the organs in the digestive system. I have tried to make it as appealing lots of colours, images and animations. Written explanations are as simple as possible as a lot of my pupils are EAL learners. Key vocabulary is highlighted throughout. The planning document includes starter questions and suggested lesson activities. This PowerPoint is a great start to your lesson/planning. All you have to add is learning objectives and activities to suit your syllabus and class. Flipped learning videos of the lessons are available at: http://www.stampscience.com/b3-and-b4.html All images used are credited in the Bibliography of the PowerPoint and those not mentioned are either taken by me or from Office Clipart for Mac/Windows.