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I sell great quality resources at reasonable prices. I plan my lessons so they can literally be picked up and used of the shelf. Why spend your precious time planning lessons, when you can use these. Thanks for looking

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I sell great quality resources at reasonable prices. I plan my lessons so they can literally be picked up and used of the shelf. Why spend your precious time planning lessons, when you can use these. Thanks for looking
Assembly - Consequences and responsibility
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Assembly - Consequences and responsibility

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This assembly worked really well, opening with a slide asking if students believed in Karma. It then goes on through various consequences of actions and how scientifically the teen brain is not always capable of thinking about long term consequences, but that students still have to take responsibility for their action. It lasted 15 minutes and was received well. Grab yourself a bargain and save yourself an afternoon of planning. Enjoy
Introduction lesson to Newton's Second Law
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Introduction lesson to Newton's Second Law

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This lesson is based on the new GCSE spec, but was designed for a low ability year 9 class. It breaks Newton's second law up in to more digestible chunks which are learning checked throughout. Students are also encouraged to re-arrange the F=MA formula and tested on this skill. Save yourself sometime and grab a bargain!
Introduction to Newton's First Law
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Introduction to Newton's First Law

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This lesson is based on the new GCSE spec, but was designed for a low ability year 9 class. It breaks Newton's first law up in to more digestible chunks which are learning checked throughout. Save yourself sometime and grab a bargain!
Introduction to naming compounds
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Introduction to naming compounds

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This lesson builds students up to naming compounds made from non-metals and metals, which end in-ide and then moves on to naming compounds which contain a non-metal, metal and oxygen which end in -ate. This worked well for a low ability year 11 class, but scaffolding could be taken out to provide more challenge. A worksheet is included and can be differentiated accordingly to test the understanding of different learners,
Introduction to calculating acceleration
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Introduction to calculating acceleration

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I planned this lesson for a low ability year 9 class and as such it has a built in worksheet that is scaffolded to allow all student to make progress (this can easily be adapted accordingly). It worked well at getting the students o think logically and work independently, looking at real life examples of acceleration that they could relate to. Please see a copy of the worksheet in the cover image. Save yourself some time and grab a bargain.
Whole school assembly - Learning to Fail
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Whole school assembly - Learning to Fail

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I presented this assembly to my house and it lasted about 15 minutes once everyone had come in and sat down. It starts with a video link to base jumpers which worked really well at keeping all the students quiet as they walked in. It also sets up nicely for learning to fail as these guys clearly can't fail, but in school failure is all part of learning and so students should embrace failure. The assembly then goes through the endeavors of famous people who have dealt with failure numerous times and moved on from these set backs and learnt from them successfully. It finishes by suggesting a "a fail Friday" where across the school students and teachers alike are encouraged to take risks in lessons and step outside if their comfort zones. Save yourself some time planning and grab yourself a bargain.
Introduction to car safety features and momentum
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Introduction to car safety features and momentum

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This lesson gets students to understand through experimentation how the basic safety features of a car work by increasing the time over which an accident takes place: . airbags .seatbelts . crumple zones Students play with force and momentum calculations to help explain the safety features. They start by calculating the force exerted on an egg when it hits a brick wall and when it hits a towel (best to go outside for this one). This lesson worked well for my low ability year 11 students as it was very visual for them and they could really relate to the content and examples.
Assembly: How do you want to be perceived by others?
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Assembly: How do you want to be perceived by others?

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This assembly starts with some nice optical illusions which leads on to the concept of perception. It then looks at various stereotypes in school such as Jocks, Class Clown etc and looks at the qualities of each, and asks students how they would like their peers to perceive them. It then looks at how future education or employment would perceive them looking at the information the school would provide them with - Attendance, behavior points, achievement points, GCSE's and the qualities these would show if they were good. It also considers social media and how students should be aware of what they post now could be seen by future employers. The last few slides are to be filled in by me as they are specific to my school where I will be going over the best attendance, behaviour etc in the past month to hand out a reward. This assembly lasts 15 minutes Save yourself an afternoon planning and grab a bargain. Thanks for looking.
Introduction to speed time graphs
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Introduction to speed time graphs

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I taught this lesson to a low ability year 9 class and it is based on the new GCSE spec. It has a really scaffolded worksheet included in the powerpoint which you could adapt to challenge higher ability students. It worked well at getting the students o think logically and work independently, looking at real life examples of acceleration that they could relate to. Please see a copy of the worksheet in the cover image. Save yourself some time and grab a bargain.
Growth Mind Set Assembly
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Growth Mind Set Assembly

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I used this assembly as an introduction to a new whole school drive on improving students numeracy through a tutor time activity called the maths Olympics. The assembly starts with a video which shows photos of a boy from birth to 11. The students were mesmerised by it and it meant they all came in nice and calmly. The assembly looks at the number of days and hours students have been alive and what they have done with their time and focuses on the importance of having a growth mind set to make the most of their time. The assembly lasts around 15 minutes and worked really well. Enjoy
New Year Assembly 2018
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New Year Assembly 2018

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This assembly has a focus on the RAOK challenge - random acts of kindness and is planned to be around 15 minutes long. I played the video at the start to keep the students engaged as they entered and it worked really well. Half way through there is another video where people are asked if one person can change the world. My head boy and girl then took over reading a script provided, telling the story of a "RAOK" movement called the karma army (this could quite easily be done by yourself). The assembly concludes with ways in which the students can carry out random acts of kindness and also looking at school charities. Hope this is useful and saves you some time.
Introduction to calculating speed
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Introduction to calculating speed

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I taught this lesson to a low ability year 9 class and it is based on the new GCSE spec. It has a really scaffolded worksheet included in the powerpoint which you could adapt to challenge higher ability students (See cover image). Once students have figured out how to calculate speed on their own using the worksheet and the guided questions they carry out an experiment to apply their new knowledge. This come in the form of a trolley and ramp experiment. The students investigate what happens to the speed of the trolley when the height. of the ramp is increased. We are lucky enough to have the equipment in my school but it could easily be carried out with a toy car and a plank of wood raised by books. Save yourself some time and grab a bargain.
Acids and Alkalis, Solubility and chromatography for new KS3 National Curriculum framework
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Acids and Alkalis, Solubility and chromatography for new KS3 National Curriculum framework

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Entire KS3 scheme of work with level assessed task and end of unit test with markscheme and levels. Created around the new KS3 national curriculum framework it encompasses powerpoint based lessons and associated worksheets, homework and assessments Each lesson includes a requisition list for lab techs and where it is not obvious foot notes have been created. Each lesson has been planned to last between 50-60 minutes and includes differentiated outcomes and activities I taught this to my year 7s and it worked really well but also allowed me to make a few tweaks that you can now benefit from. All in all it took me about 25hours to create during my summer holidays so save yourself some time and grab yourself a bargain! Lesson 1 - Introduction to acids and alkalis - practical identifying everyday acids and alkalis with blue and red litmus paper Lesson 2 - Finding out how strong acids and alkalis are - practical using universal indicator Lesson 3 - Neutralisation reactions - class demo of mixing acids and alkalis with universal indicator Lesson 4 - Investigating which neutralises more acid - own brand or branded indigestion tablets Lesson 5 - Introduction to chromatograpy - practical Lesson 6 - Conservation of mass - dissolving salt in water practical Lesson 7 - Separating salt from rock salt practical through filtration Lesson 8 - Separating salt from water practical through evaporation Lesson 9 - Level assessed task on dissolving Lesson 10 - End of topic test with markscheme
New Year Assembly 2018
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New Year Assembly 2018

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This assembly powerpoint takes a twist on the idea of setting a new years resolution, by hanging on to the idea that everybody wants to be successful. It then looks at what successful people do to ensure they are successful with school based examples that students can relate to. If students haven't mad new years resolutions this assembly will inspire them to and if they have then it may give them some more to work towards. This assembly lasted 15 minutes and went down well with the students.
Why do we put salt on icy roads? (pure vs impure substances)
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Why do we put salt on icy roads? (pure vs impure substances)

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This lesson encourages students to come up with ideas about why salt is placed on icy roads. This get students thinking of a concrete example of how pure and impure substances differ. To reinforce this concept further, students conduct a simple practical where they measure the temperature of melting ice with and without salt. All worksheets are included within the powerpoint. Save yourself some time and grab a bargain.
Investigating the arrangment of elements in the periodic table - Who told the elements where to go?
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Investigating the arrangment of elements in the periodic table - Who told the elements where to go?

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In this lesson students are given a range of cards with select information about different elements, just as Mendeleev had. They are then set the task of arranging the cards in anyway they see fit. They then look at how Mendeleev arranged them and used them to make predictions about missing elements which the students then do. The lesson concludes with a six mark question on how the periodic table is arranged. Save yourself some time and grab a bargain.
Introduction to momentum and momentum calculations
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Introduction to momentum and momentum calculations

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This introductory lesson has a built in worksheet which challenges students understanding of momentum and really gets them to understand how momentum can be manipulated by velocity and mass - essentially students work out the momentum of 3 different size vehicles which turn out to have the same momentum. This lesson is simply a step by step guide to calculating momentum and worked really well with my low ability year 11 class.
Velocity time graphs
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Velocity time graphs

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Please find a whole lesson I taught on velocity time graphs which is designed for the new GCSE specification. Enjoy
New Years Resolution assembly 2018 - learning to break your resolutions.
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New Years Resolution assembly 2018 - learning to break your resolutions.

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This assembly takes a twist on the idea of setting resolutions that are usually broken. It starts with statistics on the most popular resolutions and the further statistics on how likely people are to stick to resolutions all in a very clear and colourful way. It then leads on to students setting a resolution to learn to fail and that breaking resolutions isn't necessarily a bad thing as long as they can learn from their mistakes and try again. It then goes on to go through some high profile case studies of successful people who have failed many times but not given up and learned from failure. It lasts around 15 minutes and is a great assembly for the start of the new year. It is aimed at all secondary year groups and worked well when I performed it especially when students got involved. Save yourself some time this Christmas and grab a bargain. Read more
Assembly: Back to school September - Collecting your life miles
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Assembly: Back to school September - Collecting your life miles

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I used this assembly last September with my school assembly and it went down really well with the students really captivated by the story of David Phillips who managed to collected 1.25million air miles by buying puddings (look the story up on google - worth a read). Essentially, the powerpoint which lasts around 15minutes goes through David's story but then uses it as an analogy for "life miles" which they collect when they attend school, it goes through how to collect more " life miles" and shows you what you can buy with them which is essentially choices like university, dream jobs, travelling the world. Save yourself some time and effort and get this ready to use off the shelf assembly. Thanks for looking Jon