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Working in the education sector for 8 years and have taught students of various ability. Many resources that I have provided is to cater students of various skills ranging from low ability to the gifted. One thing I have learned is that to pass knowledge onto the next generation is a privilege. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ― Nelson Mandela “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” ― Brigham Young

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Working in the education sector for 8 years and have taught students of various ability. Many resources that I have provided is to cater students of various skills ranging from low ability to the gifted. One thing I have learned is that to pass knowledge onto the next generation is a privilege. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ― Nelson Mandela “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” ― Brigham Young
Speed, Distance, Time
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Speed, Distance, Time

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Speed, Distance & Time For students who struggle with Physics, an interaction with the class whilst teaching may help understanding better.
Genetic Engineering
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Genetic Engineering

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Introduce a watered down version of Genetic Engineering aimed for the KS3 and in particular, the Year 8. A starter to introduce Genetic Engineering: Place cards in order to display how Genetic Engineering is carried out A short spiderman clip to show what Genetic Engineering is Choose a superhero whose ability you want to possess Risks and benefits for Genetic Engineering Contains a 6 mark GCSE question for Genetic Engineering to cater the high ability. The same question has been broken down to make it simple for the middle to low abilities Will cater students of all abilities.
Weight & Mass
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Weight & Mass

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KS3 & 4. It explains the difference between mass and weight. Includes a worksheet and the power point has a mark scheme on it. To draw a bar graph, that itself comes with its own self-assessment.
Fullerene & Graphene - AQA 2016
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Fullerene & Graphene - AQA 2016

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From the new AQA syllabus 2016. Aimed at the very low ability and EAL. Contains 55 slides including starter and plenary to get through the lesson. It requires the used of students using whiteboards to write the answers which can be used for immediate AFL assessment.
Linear Momentum
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Linear Momentum

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Aimed at the Year 11 whose GCSE exams are round the corner. The questions are repetitive but a necessity to learn by rote until they notice a pattern. The questions do become challenging as they progress in the activity. It also shows how the extra marks are gained by writing out the momentum formula, substitution and answer. Answers including marks are present in the power point. Good way to assess AFL.
Symbols and circuits
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Symbols and circuits

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Aimed at Year 8 and the work is quite challenging, pushing them beyond their boundaries. Contains symbols, series and parallel circuit drawings to draw. This lesson needs whiteboards for the students to complete their work for AFL. Can be used with students up to Year 11.
Density
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Density

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Calculate the Density for the three states of matter: Solid, Liquid & Gas This is suitable for KS3 & KS4
Seed Dispersal
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Seed Dispersal

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Aimed at Year 7 low ability and EAL whose knowledge retention is rather poor. The lesson contains five different methods of seed dispersal which includes questions at each point. The plenary is to close their books, remember what they had learned from the main activity and fill in the table.
Atoms & Elements
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Atoms & Elements

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Suitable for KS3 high ability & KS4 students. Includes what is an atom, the charge & mass of the subatomic particles, isotopes and relative abundance calculations.
Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
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Balanced and Unbalanced Forces

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1 Forces - An introduction to forces where students identify the forces acting on an object. 2 Forces - For students to calculate the resultant force on an object and in which direction. 6 Pages altogether. Suitable for Years 7 - 11
Moments & Levers
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Moments & Levers

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For Year 9. A guide to how moments work along with a practical. There are worksheets for Foundation and Higher abilities
Pressure & Hydraulics
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Pressure & Hydraulics

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Pressure can be transmitted through liquids. In hydraulic machines, exerting a small force over a small cross-sectional area can lead to pressure being transmitted, creating a large force over a large cross-sectional area. Watered down version for KS3
Enzymes
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Enzymes

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Part of the Digestion module. The nature of enzymes and breakdown of insoluble products to soluble products. Has been watered down suitable for Year 8 and up. Also suitable for low ability students. A teacher demo for breakdown of starch using enzyme included. Includes a 6 mark GCSE question which has been broken down so that the students can identify and write it up themselves.
Work Done in Energy
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Work Done in Energy

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This resource includes the following: - Work Done = Force x Distance - Energy Transferred = Weight x Height Suitable for the Year 8 & above. The worksheet has been written out in a unorthodox manner possessing a dark comedy theme to it. Not only will the students get the work done but it will also encourage them to read the questions carefully. It has ten questions which becomes more challenging as the student progresses. There is also answer sheet for the teacher so no working out is required.
Mutation
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Mutation

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How to write out the mRNA and tRNA during transcription & translation. Also Identify the proteins made during transcription & translation. Contains the following: - Starter to the lesson - Deletion, Addition & Substitution Mutation worksheet including an example to the lesson - Contains the Codon Chart for DNA & RNA - Exam worksheets including the 6 mark for both higher and middle ability
Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions
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Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions

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Aimed for the KS4 Chemistry, Triple Science. Worksheets for the classroom or as homework. Contains questions regarding: Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions, Activation Energy, and two types of reactions including calculations