This worksheet provides 100 marks of science A physics questions. The questions are based on common questions that come up every year on the exam. There are 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 mark questions. The mark scheme is also attached.
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.
This revision booklet provides students with everything they need to know condensed onto a few pages. It is targeted towards foundation and is based on common exam questions which are repeated every year.
This resource summarises the whole of AQA C2 for students in the form of a colourful booklet which can be printed or uploaded to a shared area. It is mainly focussed at foundation tier and highlights exam responses which are repeated year after year.
This summary booklet summarises the whole of P1 on a few pages which can be printed out for students. It is more focussed on foundation and identifies exam answers which are common in the examination each year.
This revision booklet summarises the whole B1 course on a few pages which can be printed out and handed to students. It is more focussed towards foundation and identifies common exam questions which reappear each year.
AQA Additional Science Biology: This revision resources focuses on a selection of the B2 topics for AQA. The questions which the students work through are accompanied by exam style answers. This worksheet is one lesson's worth of work with time for completion and going through as a group.
AQA Science A Chemistry Resource. This task based resource goes through the periodic table with a focus on groups and periods. It also gets students familiar with the terms atom, element and compound. It finally looks at the structure of the atom.
There is a choice between a PowerPoint presentation and a Smart Notebook presentation. which have identical content.