Calculating voltage in parallel and series circuits. Students are to look at the voltage from the battery and decide on the voltage of each component in the circuit.
AQA GCSE Biology (separates, triology and synergy): This SMART notebook presentation, along with a lesson plan and two worksheets takes you through a few aspects of the specification. 1. The idea that we cant see cells and that different cells are significantly different sizes. 2. The units metre, millimetre, micrometre and nanometre. Students are taught how to convert between units. 3. Why we use order of magnitude and how to calculate it using standard form.
A lesson resourced with a video and plenary that includes: 1) Electrolysis of molten compounds 2) Oxidation and reduction 3) Exam question plenary
This SMART Notebook presentation works through the content for AQA trilogy Alkali metals - including the practical.
This worksheet provides 100 marks worth of exam questions for the new trilogy GCSE by AQA biology paper 1. There are a mixture of 1, 2, 3 and 4 mark questions. There is also a mark scheme attached.
AQA Additional Science Chemistry: This task based resource introduces the idea of bonding between non metals and focuses on the drawing of covalent bonding as well as the key facts about covalent bonding.
AQA Science A Chemistry Resource. This task based resource goes through how to calculate the number of electrons in different atoms and how to draw the electronic configuration of different atoms.
Chemistry 1 AQA Trilogy Science Learning Mat. The mat contains a mixed collection of questions from different topics.
A double sided learning mat covering the electricity section of Physics 1 for GCSE Trilogy. There are mark schemes for the long style questions.
AQA Science A Chemistry: This experiment based resource investigates which kind of surfaces absorb and emit the most radiation. It is also appropriate for KS3.
AQA Science A Chemistry Resource. This task based resource goes through the reactivity of group 1 metals and how they react with water and oxygen. It also looks at describing reactions.
AQA Science A Chemistry Resource. This task based resource goes through how to calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons from the mass and atomic number of elements.
AQA Science A Chemistry: This task based resource introduces the idea of quarrying and limestone. It then works through the positive and negative impacts of quarrying on the environment.
AQA Science A Biology: This task based resource works through what the 7 food groups are and what the body needs them for. It also looks at what a balanced diet is and how malnutrition can occur.