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A collection of Biology, Physics and Chemistry resources for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. I work as a mainstream Science teacher and all of these lessons have been succesfully delivered.

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A collection of Biology, Physics and Chemistry resources for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. I work as a mainstream Science teacher and all of these lessons have been succesfully delivered.
Heat Transfer 5  - Radiation
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Heat Transfer 5 - Radiation

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Lesson 5 in the Heat Transfer topic on Infra-red Radiation for KS3. Complete lesson. Contains numerous tasks, starters, reviews and practical. Differentiated lesson outcomes: All Define what Infrared Radiation is. Most Understand that all objects emit and absorb Infrared Radiation. Some Explain how different surfaces absorb and emit infrared radiation differently.
Infrared Radiation
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Infrared Radiation

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P1.1. Lesson on Infrared Radiation. Lesson Outcomes: E- Describe how all objects give out heat radiation C – Describe how objects both emit and absorb heat radiation A – Explain how rate of emission and absorption depend on the type of surface
Energy 4 - Saving Energy lesson
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Energy 4 - Saving Energy lesson

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Lesson 4 in the KS3 Energy topic - Saving Energy. Learning Outcomes: All: describe at least 3 ways of reducing our energy consumption Most: Explain why we need to reduce energy consumption Some: Use persuasive arguments to convince someone of the need to reduce energy consumption
Energy 2 - Formation of Fossil Fuels lesson
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Energy 2 - Formation of Fossil Fuels lesson

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Lesson 2 in the KS3 Energy topic - Formation of fossil fuels. Includes starter activity linking to previous lesson. Also introduces the law of Conservation of Energy Learning Outcomes: All: Recognise that energy cannot be created or destroyed. Most: Give examples of energy transfers. Describe the process of forming fossil fuels Some: Explain the energy transfer in the formation of fossil fuels.
Sound 1 - Animal Sounds complete lesson
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Sound 1 - Animal Sounds complete lesson

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Lesson 1 in the Key Stage 3 topic on sound. Complete lesson. Focus on pitch and intensity. Differentiated Learning Outcomes: All pupils must: Recall that sounds can be loud or soft Recall that sounds can be high or low Explain what vibrations are Most pupils should: Correctly use the words, intensity, pitch, sound, waves, vibrate. Some pupils could: Explain how sound waves are generated Explain how sound waves travel
Stopping the Spread - jho
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Stopping the Spread - jho

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Complete Lesson for KS3 on Stopping the Spread of disease. A planning and practical lesson with 2 practicals covered. Learning Outcomes: Describe some ways in which we stop microbes from causing diseases. Investigate the effectiveness of different ways of hand washing. Plan an investigation to see the effectiveness of different ways of hand washing.
Plate Tectonics lesson
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Plate Tectonics lesson

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Complete KS3 lesson on Plate Tectonics. Learning Outcomes: All: State that continents aren’t fixed in position. Most: Describe how the continents move. Some: Apply the idea of plate tectonics to explain why volcano’s and earthquakes only occur in certain places.
Microbes 3 - Microbes in Action: Yeast
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Microbes 3 - Microbes in Action: Yeast

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Lesson 3 in the KS3 Microbes topic. A practical lesson investigating the effect of temperature on yeast. Differentiated learning Outcomes: All Complete an investigation with help into how temperature affects the speed dough rises. Most Complete the investigation with minimal help Some Complete the investigation and choose additional steps to improve the accuracy of the results.
Energy 7 - Bring me sunshine! - jho
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Energy 7 - Bring me sunshine! - jho

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Lesson 7 in the KS3 Energy topic. Differentiated learning outcomes: All: State where the energy stored in our food comes from originally. Most: Explain why we need to eat. Some: Justify why some people require more food than others.