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1. ‘One Project Fits All’.....The project based sources here have been created in such a way that you can simple download and use the same packet for all the age-groups and subjects you teach. 2. ‘All I need’ lessons are complete topics with all necessary teaching material in one packet. Download and share with students. Additionally, you can also direct your students to my instagram blog. Click and see, if you would follow it yourself if you were a teen trying to learn without effort!

1. ‘One Project Fits All’.....The project based sources here have been created in such a way that you can simple download and use the same packet for all the age-groups and subjects you teach. 2. ‘All I need’ lessons are complete topics with all necessary teaching material in one packet. Download and share with students. Additionally, you can also direct your students to my instagram blog. Click and see, if you would follow it yourself if you were a teen trying to learn without effort!
Record a Podcast - Project
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Record a Podcast - Project

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This is resource that puts together all the information you and your students will need for making a podcast as a project. It is written in an open manner and can be used for any topic or subject. It includes an attractive cover page, useful software, project checklist, podcast template and worksheet to show brainstorming and research. It can be downloaded and used right away.
Classification of Matter
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Classification of Matter

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You can teach your students about elements, compounds and mixtures through this packet. Each lesson has simplified reading text, an enquiry activity and a formative to confirm understanding. Just download and use!
Acid and Base
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Acid and Base

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This packet covers the following learning objectives through simplified one-page readings, virtual labs, guided inquiry, researching secondary database etc. Includes a formative after every lesson and guidelines for a project based summative. Define Arhennius acid and base. Identify acid and base from their formula. Describe characteristic properties of acids in their reaction with metals, metal oxides and hydroxides and metal carbonates Describe the characteristic properties of bases in their reaction with acids and ammonium salts. Understand the pH scale as a figure expressing the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. Apply knowledge of indicators (Litmus, Methyl Orange and Universal Indicator) to determine pH of solutions. Differentiate between strong and weak and concentrate and dilute acids and alkali. Discuss acid rain and ocean acidification.
Nature of Science
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Nature of Science

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Use this booklet to help students develop an understanding of the ‘nature of science’ through simple activities.
Slam Poetry - Project
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Slam Poetry - Project

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Download and adapt the written material for any age group, subject or curriculum. Some ideas; Economics - Inflation Science - Global Warming Geography - Wildfires etc.
Adaptation - A Project
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Adaptation - A Project

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A complete packet to teach adaptation in animals with reading material, worksheet, guidelines to make a poster and a research mind map to support the process.
Atoms, Ions and Isotopes
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Atoms, Ions and Isotopes

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Students will learn about how ions are formed and what isotopes are. They will also complete a mini-project about uses of radioisotopes.
Matter and it’s Properties
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Matter and it’s Properties

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An activity based booklet to study the properties of matter. Focused on; Mass Volume Density Temperature Melting and Boiling Points Solubility Pressure
Make a Flipbook - Project
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Make a Flipbook - Project

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Download and use for any subject. Some usable ideas; Geography: Create a flipbook to trace the breaking of pangea. Biology: Create a flipbook to show the process of mitosis. Chemistry: Create a flipbook to show the process of ionic bond formation. History: Create a flipbook to show the movement of Napoleon’s army. etc…
How do Scientist solve problems?
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How do Scientist solve problems?

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This packet will allow your students to learn about the scientific method by active reading, activities, quizzes and simple enquiries. It includes a formative to confirm their understanding and concludes with a summative. The summative is a guided project to conduct a simple lab.
Gases and Atmospheric Chemistry
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Gases and Atmospheric Chemistry

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A one-stop download to teach an entire unit. It includes, reading material, simple activities, short quizzes, inquiry questions based on a pHET simulation and useful links to learn about; What is the Kinetic Molecular Theory? What laws govern the behaviour of gases? What are the relationships between the temperature, pressure, volume, and number of particles of a gas? What modern technologies depend on gas chemistry? What environmental phenomena and issues are related to gases?
The Scientific Method - High School Edition
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The Scientific Method - High School Edition

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This packet has been designed as an introduction to high school chemistry. It begins with students exploring the importance of chemistry as a subject, how it overlaps with other subject areas, it’s relevance in the world today. The second part deals with the scientific methodology and the final part deals with fact-checking and communicating in science using the claim-evidence-reasoning (CER) approach. All three parts have reading materials, an activity and a formative check. ****Bonus: A summative test to confirm their understanding of the topic.
Energy - Enquiry Based Learning
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Energy - Enquiry Based Learning

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A complete unit. Download this packet and share with your students. Activities included can be done at home or in class. More specifically, the unit inquires into; Kinetic and Potential Energy Forms of Kinetic and Potential Energy like radiant energy, mechanical energy, nuclear energy, chemical energy etc. A deeper inquiry into radiant energy i.e. the electromagnetic spectrum A deeper inquiry into sound energy i.e. waves
The Periodic Table - An Exploration
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The Periodic Table - An Exploration

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This booklet can be used to introduce students to the periodic table with fun puzzles, crosswords, guided research, etc while focussing on the use of Inductive and Deductive reasoning while putting the periodic table in the past and its usage in the present times.
Chemical Bonding
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Chemical Bonding

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Aligned with unit 4 from the IB DB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons 4.1 Ionic Bonding and Structure 4.2 Covalent Bonding 4.3 Covalent Structure (Lewis Dot Structures) 4.3 Giant Covalent Structures 4.4 Intermolecular Forces 4.5 Metallic Binding (and alloys) Includes notes and comprehension based questions (with answers). Includes video links to support differentiation Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes curriculum outline to ensure complete coverage of topics Includes word wall for key terms