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I teach general science and biology to 11-18 year olds and my focus in developing my resources has been to use co-operative learning techniques to engage pupils.

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I teach general science and biology to 11-18 year olds and my focus in developing my resources has been to use co-operative learning techniques to engage pupils.
Naming compounds, counting atoms and elements
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Naming compounds, counting atoms and elements

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This activity was designed to teach and then thoroughly assess students understanding to identify elements in compounds, count the number of different elements and atoms and name the compounds. There are 3 powerpoints to use along with information cards and a detailed worksheet activity. This is excellent for KS3 and as revision in KS4.
Covalent bonding
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Covalent bonding

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This is two lessons worth of resources, enabling you to teach covalent bonding in a methodical manner which your pupils will enjoy. The lessons have been designed to engage pupils, based on co-operative learning strategies. I have included ALL of the resources you need from worksheets to diagrams and markschemes on the powerpoint itself. Enjoy!
Countdown clock
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Countdown clock

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I found this flash animation free on the internet and it was one of the best finds I've ever had. You can use it in any lesson when giving pupils 30s thinking time during quizzes. I hope you get as much enjoyment as I have with my classes.
Drawing metal and non metal ions
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Drawing metal and non metal ions

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Two worksheets which have been designed to thoroughly assess pupil’s understanding of how to place electrons in ions, work out the charge and show how an ion should be represented in a drawing.
Electronic structure of metal ions and non metal ions
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Electronic structure of metal ions and non metal ions

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This resource is to be used over two lessons. Pupils will learn how to draw metal and non metal ions in a carefully structured way, using co-operative learning techniques. All pupils will be engaged. I have included all of the worksheets I use including mark schemes. Homework task plus mark scheme is also included.