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Forces - Pressure KS3
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Forces - Pressure KS3

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This fully resourced lesson includes an animated PowerPoint which: demonstrates use of the equation pressure = force/area; explains the relationship between pressure, force and area with examples; specifies units for pressure as N/m2 and Pascals; explain the relationship between upthrust and floating and sinking; explains why number air particles decrease with altitude explains why atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Answers PowerPoint for easy self and peer assessment Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut-and-stick activity pupil uses to make their own notes) Worksheet to support the PowerPoint (X3) Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x3) Fact share worksheet 12 Taboo cards Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains 16 resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Forces Escape Room - Save the Caretaker KS3
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Forces Escape Room - Save the Caretaker KS3

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Finish and reinforce a forces module or revisit it prior to exams with this innovative, enjoyable and challenging escape room lesson which includes: Forces – definition, units, measurement Weight and mass Friction Air resistance Balanced and unbalanced forces Pupils have to work their way through the clues to find the code to a combination lock on the school tool shed in which the school caretaker has been accidentally locked. The pack contains: PowerPoint – scene setting and instructions (sound effects and built-in timer); crossword; word search; dominoes activity; worksheet; code breaker sheet; answer keys; lesson plan. If time is limited just the crossword, word search and domino can be used. The worksheet is the most challenging clue to solve and this can be omitted completely for less able classes. Both 3 and 4 number combination locks can be purchased very cheaply online or the teacher can pretend to phone the school office for the secretary to try the combination to free the caretaker. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity Boardgame KS3
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Current Electricity Boardgame KS3

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This is a challenging, engaging and enjoyable boardgame, for up to six pupils per set, with 54 question cards on the basics of current electricity including: • understanding the terms current, voltage and resistance; • conductors and insulators; • circuit symbol; • circuits diagrams; • units and measurement of current and voltage; • current and voltage in series and parallel circuits; • lamps in series and parallel. • current and voltage vary with number of batteries. • relationship between resistance and current. Included in this Pack • Game board • 54 Question cards with questions of varying difficulty • Teacher answer sheet • Instruction sheet. Resources are in colour and greyscale How to Play • Highest dice throw starts • Pupils take turns, following instructions in the squares. • Certain squares instruct the pupil to take a question card from the face down pile. If correct they move on 2 spaces. • If a player thinks an opponent’s answer is incorrect they can challenge. If the challenge is correct the challenger moves forward 2 spaces. If the challenge is wrong the challenger moves back two spaces. • In the event of a challenge, pupils are encouraged to consult their books but teacher has a quick-check answer sheet. Prior Knowledge Required • Symbols for switch, resistor, battery, voltmeter, ammeter, motor, buzzer and recognise series and parallel circuits. • Metals and non-metals as conductors and insulators. • Current is a flow of electrons and metal ions cause resistance. • Batteries contain chemicals and provide the push or voltage to current. • Voltage is the difference in energy level between two points in a circuit. • Comparative resistance of long/short, thin/thick wires. • Insulators have high resistances and the resistance of all conductors is comparatively lower. • Comparative brightness of identical lamps in series and parallel and the effect of removing a lamp. • Ammeters are used in series and voltmeters in parallel. • Current is measured in amps and voltage in volts. • Current and voltage in series and parallel circuits. • Current and voltage vary with number of batteries. • Metal ions causing high and low resistance conductors. • Relationship between resistance and current. Elf Off the Shelf Shop Links to other resources in this series. Intro to Current Electricity 1 Intro to Current Electricity 2 Intro to Current Electricity 3 Current Electricity - Everything You Need
Forces - Speed KS3
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Forces - Speed KS3

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A comprehensive and enjoyable explanation of the relationship between speed, distance and time. What’s Covered Choosing the appropriate units for distance, time and speed. Use of the formula speed = distance/time. Rearrangement of the formula (easily left out if required) Planning an experiment to find speed. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut-and-stick activity pupil uses to make their own notes) Worksheet to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x3) Fact share worksheet Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains fourteen resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Forces - Speed- Distance Learning and Homeschool for KS3
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Forces - Speed- Distance Learning and Homeschool for KS3

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This is an action-packed distance learning or home school lesson on Hooke’s Speed. What’s Covered Choosing the appropriate units for distance, time and speed. Use of the formula speed = distance/time. Rearrangement of the formula (easily left out if required) Planning an experiment to find speed. Designing a table This resource has been designed so that the animated PowerPoint replaces the teacher by providing structure, sequence, knowledge and answers. The worksheets, cut-outs, foldable and progress check provide a familiar medium for students to develop and test their knowledge, continue to develop their literacy skills and use their creativity to organise their learning and assess their progress. Resources An animated PowerPoint which guides the student through the lesson by: explaining how to use distance learning effectively; explaining how to use this resource; explaining current, voltage and resistance and the relationship between them; providing the answers to all the worksheets so that the students can mark and correct their work. Four worksheets, and two cut-out activities, the answers to which are in the PowerPoint. A foldable and cut-out activity so that students can record and organise their learning. A checklist for students to use to assess their progress. Digital quick test For those students without internet or a computer or a computer at home a condensed printable copy of the PowerPoint is provided for distribution by school. Ways to Use this Resource Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet. Students print their own worksheets. Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet and provide a hardcopy of worksheets for students. Those families who do not wish to collect worksheets or who are in isolation can print the worksheets at home. Students without photocopying facilities are instructed to write their answers in full sentences More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Magnetism - Magnets and Electromagnets Explained - Distance Learning and Homeschool for KS3
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Magnetism - Magnets and Electromagnets Explained - Distance Learning and Homeschool for KS3

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This is an action-packed distance learning or home school introduction to magnetism. This resource has been designed so that the animated PowerPoint replaces the teacher by providing structure, sequence, knowledge and answers. The worksheets, cut-outs, foldable and progress check provide a familiar medium for students to develop and test their knowledge, continue to develop their literacy skills and use their creativity to organise their learning and assess their progress. The simulated practical takes the student through designing an investigation, a table and drawing a graph. What’s Covered Magnetic materials can be made into magnets. Iron, cobalt and nickel and their alloys are magnetic materials. Unlike poles attract and like pole repel. There is an invisible magnetic field around a magnet made up of field lines. Draw the field lines around a bar magnet. The closer together the field lines the stronger the magnetic field. Draw the field lines around two bar magnets with like and unlike poles facing. There are more field lines around the poles where the magnetic field is strongest. The magnetic field strength gets less as distance from the magnet increases. Field lines point away from the south pole and towards the north pole of a magnet. When a magnetic material is made into a magnet, the randomly facing domains all line up to point in the same direction. The Earth acts as though there as a south-type pole at magnetic north and a north-type pole at magnetic south. Explain how an electric bell, a relay and a circuit breaker work. Resources An animated PowerPoint which guides the student through the lesson by: explaining how to use distance learning effectively; explaining how to use this resource; explaining current, voltage and resistance and the relationship between them; providing the answers to all the worksheets so that the students can mark and correct their work. Four worksheets, and two cut-out activities, the answers to which are in the PowerPoint. A foldable and cut-out activity so that students can record and organise their learning. A checklist for students to use to assess their progress. Digital quick test For those students without internet or a computer or a computer at home a condensed printable copy of the PowerPoint is provided for distribution by school. Ways to Use this Resource Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet. Students print their own worksheets. Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet and provide a hardcopy of worksheets for students. Those families who do not wish to collect worksheets or who are in isolation can print the worksheets at home. Students without photocopying facilities are instructed to write their answers in full sentences More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Respiration Explained KS3- Fully Resourced Lesson
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Respiration Explained KS3- Fully Resourced Lesson

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A comprehensive and enjoyable introduction to respiration including an explanation of the difference between respiration and breathing. What’s Covered Breathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs. Respiration is the release of energy from glucose. Aerobic respiration uses oxygen to release energy from glucose. Anaerobic respiration does not use oxygen to release energy from glucose and produces lactic acid which causes muscle cramps. Anaerobic respiration creates oxygen debt which must be cleared using oxygen and is why breathing rate does not return to normal immediately vigorous activity ceases. Yeast is a unicellular fungus that undergoes fermentation. Word equations for aerobic respiration and fermentation. Conditions necessary for fermentation. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Answer/mark scheme PowerPoint Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut and stick activity. Worksheet to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework plus answers Fact share worksheet Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains thirteen resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources More KS3 respiration resources Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson KS3 Respiration - Dominoes Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson Plus Dominoes Game KS3 Respiration - Find the Pair Team Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Team Game Plus Find the Pair Team Game KS3 Respiration - 42 Question Board Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson Plus 42 Question Board Game Respiration - Save the School Cat Escape Room KS3
Breathing and the Respiratory System - Smart Board Bingo KS3
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Breathing and the Respiratory System - Smart Board Bingo KS3

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Use this 50-question smart board bingo to reinforce learning or for test prep. So engaging that students will not realise they are learning! Students write the answer to each question in on their bingo card. An answer sheet is provided to enable bingo cards to be checked quickly and a separate Answer PowerPoint to go through the answers with the whole class. Prior Knowledge Required Breathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs. Respiration is the release of energy from glucose. Breathing provides the oxygen for aerobic respiration and gets rid of waste carbon dioxide. Label the trachea, right bronchus, bronchiole, alveolus, intercostal muscle, rib, diaphragm. Label a diagram of an alveolus and show the direction of diffusion of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Experiment using limewater to compare the amount of carbon dioxide in inhaled and exhaled air. Compare the percentage of oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen in inhaled and exhaled air. Mechanism of breathing. Changes in volume and pressure inside the chest during inhalation and exhalation. Evaluate a model of the mechanism of breathing. What is Included Random question generator for smart board (interactive white board) – 50 questions Answer PowerPoint plus answer sheet 48 bingo cards Answers PowerPoint Suggested Lesson Plan Play bingo – students write the answers into the square on their bingo card which matches the question number in the smart board. Teacher uses answer sheet to check card of winners of lines and full house Pupils use answer PowerPoint to check their answers at end of game. More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity - Conductors and Insulators Distance Learning and Home Learning for KS2
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Current Electricity - Conductors and Insulators Distance Learning and Home Learning for KS2

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This action-packed distance or remote learning package explains conductors and insulators in terms of high and low resistance as caused by collisions between electrons and metal ions. It then takes students through designing a circuit to test a range of materials and a results table. The simulated practical takes the student through planning, designing a table and drawing conclusions from a given set of typical results. Objective To know that conductors conduct electricity and non-metals do not. To know that metals are conductors and non-metals are insulators. To be able to design a test circuit and results table. To explain why some materials are conductors. This resource has been designed so that the animated PowerPoint replaces the teacher by providing structure, sequence, knowledge and answers. The worksheets, cut-outs, foldable and progress check provide a familiar medium for students to develop and test their knowledge, continue to develop their literacy skills and use their creativity to organise their learning and assess their progress. There is also a short digital test which can be returned to the teacher. Resources An animated PowerPoint which guides the student through the lesson by: explaining how to use distance learning effectively; explaining how to use this resource; explaining current, voltage and resistance and the relationship between them; providing the answers to all the worksheets so that the students can mark and correct their work. Four worksheets, a cut-out activities, the answers to which are in the PowerPoint. A foldable and cut-out activity so that students can record and organise their learning. A checklist for students to use to assess their progress. A short digital test which can be returned to the teacher. For those students without internet or a computer or a computer at home a condensed printable copy of the PowerPoint is provided for distribution by school. Ways to Use this Resource Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet. Students print their own worksheets. Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet and provide a hardcopy of worksheets for students. Those families who do not wish to collect worksheets or who are in isolation can print the worksheets at home. Provide students with a hard copy of the condensed PowerPoint and worksheets Lots more resources at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity - Ohms Law KS3
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Current Electricity - Ohms Law KS3

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This action-packed lesson on Ohms Law is fully resourced and differentiated with 11 activities and 9 learning outcomes Easy to follow instructions are given on the PowerPoint and worksheets so that the lesson practically runs itself. The activities include literacy, group work, peer assessment, self-assessment, pupil response to assessment and feedback to teacher on pupil learning via the exit ticket quiz This pack contains material for two hours lesson time in total to enable the teacher to select resources in order to totally bespoke the lesson according to pupil ability, time available for the topic and focus of departmental/school policy. Resources not used in the lesson can be additional homework or used for pre-examination revision. An easy to follow one-page flow chart lesson plan indicates where logical choices between resources can be made and indicates whether each activity includes literacy, oracy or AFL . Objective • To know that metal ions cause resistance. • To be able to explain why some materials have a high resistance and others a low resistance. • To understand why resistance reduces current. • To understand that collisions between metal ions and electrons releases energy. • To understand that appliances are made using materials with different resistances to produce different effects. • To use Ohms Law to find resistance. Resources Animated 14 slide PowerPoint- includes exit ticket /plenary quiz Cut and stick Anticipation guide(starter and plenary) Flip It Taboo Cards Worksheet for practical Fact sheet Foldable Fact Share Worksheet Exit ticket template ABC card template Differentiated homework/classwork worksheets Flow chart lesson plan PowerPoint with answers /detailed mark schemes for homework/classwork sheets-pupils of all abilities can self-assess or peer assess. Elf Off the Shelf Shop Links to other resources in this series. Current, Voltage and Resistance - What Are They? Conductors and Insulators Circuits and Symbols Intro to Current Electricity 1 Intro to Current Electricity 2 Intro to Current Electricity 3 Current Electricity - Everything You Need
Forces - Air Resistance KS3
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Forces - Air Resistance KS3

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This fully resourced lesson included an animated PowerPoint which: makes understanding air resistance as collisions between the front of an object and air particles very easy to understand; demonstrates why streamlined bodies reduce air resistance to travel faster; provides a visual explanation of the relationship between acceleration due to gravity, sir resistance, steady speed and why parachutes work. Understanding is reinforce by two simple but exciting practicals investigating : The relationship between surface area of a parachute and air resistance Do streamlined objects travel faster in water? What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Answers PowerPoint Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut-and-stick activity pupil uses to make their own notes) Worksheet to support the PowerPoint (X3) Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x3) Fact share worksheet 12 Taboo cards Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains 16 resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Plant and Animal Cells Structure and Differences Worksheet KS3
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Plant and Animal Cells Structure and Differences Worksheet KS3

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Can be used for classwork or homework. This is also available as part of a fully resourced one hour lesson with animated PowerPoint. Please remember to leave a review. Fully resourced and differentiated lessons on cells and cell specialisation for KS3 are available. Plant and Animal Cells - Structure and Differences KS3 Cell Specialisation KS3 Plant and Animal Cells- Structure, Differences and Specialisation Boardgame KS3 Plant and Animal Cells, Structure and Differences KS3 - Fully Resourced Revision Lesson or Plenary Specialised Cells KS3 - Fully Resourced Revision Lesson or Plenary Plant and Animal Cells KS3 - 42 Question Card Sort Team Game Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1
Cell Specialisation KS3
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Cell Specialisation KS3

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This action-packed lesson on specialised cells is fully resourced and differentiated with 12 activities and 7 learning outcomes. Pupils will learn to identify the differences between specialised cells and typical cells and explain how that difference equips the specialised cell to perform their particular function. Specialised cells studied are chloroplasts, red blood cells, fat cells, nerve cells, root hair cells, ciliated cells, sperm cells and egg cells. Easy to follow instructions are given on the PowerPoint and worksheets so that the lesson practically runs itself. Activities include literacy, group work, peer assessment, self-assessment, pupil response to assessment, and feedback to the teacher on pupil learning via the exit ticket quiz. This pack contains material for two hours lesson time to enable teachers to select resources to totally bespoke their lesson according to pupil ability, time available for the topic and focus of departmental/school policy. Resources not used in the lesson can be additional homework or used for pre-examination revision. An easy to follow one-page flow chart lesson plan indicates where logical choices between resources can be made and indicates whether each activity includes literacy, oracy or AFL . Objective To know that cells are changed or specialised to perform a particular function. To be able to identify the differences between specialised cells and typical animal and plant cells . *To explain how those differences allow the specialised cell to perform their particular function. Resources Animated 25 slide PowerPoint- includes exit ticket /plenary quiz Anticipation guide(starter and plenary) Flip It 12 Taboo Cards Fact sheet Foldable Fact Share Worksheet Exit ticket template ABC card template 2 differentiate worksheets 2 differentiated homeworks Flow chart lesson plan PowerPoint with answers /detailed mark schemes for homework/classwork sheets-pupils of all abilities can self-assess or peer assess. Fully resourced and differentiated lessons on this topic are available from my shop. Elf Off the Shelf Shop
Current and Voltage in Series and Parallel Circuits - Distance Learning and Homeschool  for KS3
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Current and Voltage in Series and Parallel Circuits - Distance Learning and Homeschool for KS3

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This action-packed distance or home learning pack explains everything a student needs to know about current and voltage in series and parallel circuits. Students will also practice drawing circuit diagrams from descriptions and designing results tables. This resource has been designed so that the animated PowerPoint replaces the teacher by providing structure, sequence, knowledge and answers. The worksheets, cut-outs, foldable and progress check provide a familiar medium for students to develop and test their knowledge, continue to develop their literacy skills and use their creativity to organise their learning and assess their progress. The simulated practicals take the student through planning, designing a table and drawing conclusions from a given set of typical results. Objective To know that: voltage is measured in volts (v); voltage is measured by a voltmeter placed in parallel in a circuit. the battery voltage is shared across all the components in a series circuit and understand why; the voltage across each component is the same as that across the battery in a parallel circuit and understand why; units for current is the amp (A). ammeters measure current and are used in series. current is the same at all points in a series circuit; current divides in a parallel circuit; adding the current in each branch of a series circuit gives the current in the main part. To be able to: draw series and parallel circuits from descriptions and sketches; deduce voltmeter readings in series and parallel circuits; deduce readings on ammeters and voltmeters in series and parallel circuits. Resources An animated PowerPoint which guides the student through the lesson by: explaining how to use distance learning effectively; explaining how to use this resource; explaining current, voltage and resistance and the relationship between them; providing the answers to all the worksheets so that the students can mark and correct their work. Four worksheets, and two cut-out activities, the answers to which are in the PowerPoint. A foldable and cut-out activity so that students can record and organise their learning. A checklist for students to use to assess their progress. Digital quick test. For those students without internet or a computer or a computer at home a condensed printable copy of the PowerPoint is provided for distribution by school. Ways to Use this Resource Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet. Students print their own worksheets. Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet and provide a hardcopy of worksheets for students. Those families who do not wish to collect worksheets or who are in isolation can print the worksheets at home. Students without photocopying facilities are instructed to write their answers in full sentences and to writs a sentence to describe any circuit diagrams drawn. More distance learning resources available: Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity - Circuits and Symbols Distance Learning and Home Learning for KS2
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Current Electricity - Circuits and Symbols Distance Learning and Home Learning for KS2

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This action-packed distance or remote learning package introduces electrical symbols and teaches the student how to draw simple and more complicated circuit diagrams from sketches of circuits with actual apparatus. Series and parallel circuits are also introduced. This resource has been designed so that the animated PowerPoint replaces the teacher by providing structure, sequence, knowledge and answers. The worksheets, cut-outs, foldable and progress check provide a familiar medium for students to develop and test their knowledge, continue to develop their literacy skills and use their creativity to organise their learning and assess their progress. The simulated practical takes the student through planning, designing a table and drawing conclusions from a given set of typical results. Objective To be able to recognise and draw the symbols for a battery, lamp, voltmeter, ammeter, switch, resistor and motor. To be able to draw simple and more complex circuit diagrams from sketches of circuits with actual apparatus. To be able to recognise and draw series and parallel circuits. Resources An animated PowerPoint which guides the student through the lesson by: explaining how to use distance learning effectively; explaining how to use this resource; explaining current, voltage and resistance and the relationship between them; providing the answers to all the worksheets so that the students can mark and correct their work. Four worksheets, a cut-out activities, the answers to which are in the PowerPoint. A foldable and cut-out activity so that students can record and organise their learning. A checklist for students to use to assess their progress. A short digital test which can be returned to the teacher. For those students without internet or a computer or a computer at home a condensed printable copy of the PowerPoint is provided for distribution by school. Ways to Use this Resource Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet. Students print their own worksheets. Upload PowerPoint and worksheets to school intranet and provide a hardcopy of worksheets for students. Those families who do not wish to collect worksheets or who are in isolation can print the worksheets at home. Provide students with a hard copy of the condensed PowerPoint and worksheets. Lots more resources at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity-Current, Voltage and Resistance-What are They? KS3
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Current Electricity-Current, Voltage and Resistance-What are They? KS3

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This action-packed lesson introduces current as a flow of electrons and explains the relationship between current, voltage and resistance using the analogy of a diver using up energy obtained from food and giving off heat as they swim through pipes filled either with water (low resistance) or water and rocks (high resistance). The food as a source of energy is then replaced by the battery, the diver by the electron and the rocks by metal ions. Both scenarios are animated in the PowerPoint. This explanation is then extended to compare the resistance of long, short, thick and thin wires. The practical explores the conditions needed for current to flow in a circuit. Objective To know that current is a flow of electrons through a conductor when they are given energy or pushed by a voltage from the battery. To know and explain how metal ions cause resistance. To know and explain the comparative resistance of wires according to length and thickness. To explain why electrons lose more heat passing through a high resistance conductor. To know the conditions needed for current to flow in a circuit. Resources Animated 17 slide PowerPoint with exit ticket quiz Cut and stick Anticipation guide(starter and plenary) Flip It Taboo Cards Worksheet for practical Fact sheet Foldable Fact Share Worksheet Exit ticket template ABC card template 4 Differentiated homework/classwork worksheets One-page Flow chart lesson plan PowerPoint with answers /mark scheme With 14 original, enjoyable and engaging pupil resources and two PowerPoints, this pack is designed to be totally bespoked by the teacher to perfectly match pupil ability, time allowed for the topic and departmental focus. Depending on the resources chosen teaching time can take between 50 minutes and two hours. Resources not used in the lesson can be utilized for homework and pre-exam revision/review. There are 14 differentiated learning outcomes – please see preview. A clear and concise one-page flow-chart lesson suggested lesson plan is included showing the logical places where choices between resources can be made. Instructions for use are clearly explained on each resource. Resources include elements of literacy, oracy, self-assessment, peer assessment and teacher assessment which are clearly identified on the flow-chart. Elf Off the Shelf Shop Current Electricity - The Whole Module Current Electricity - Dominoes Current Electricity - Games Compendium
End of Year / Back to School Team Building Quiz KS3
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End of Year / Back to School Team Building Quiz KS3

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A fantastic back to school or end of year activity which is ideal for welcoming students back from lockdown and starting to rebuild community. It is a team activity which can easily be undertaken by students while meeting the requirements of social distancing and there is a reminder to so at the beginning of each team round. It is a 61 question, animated, interactive team quiz with built – in scoreboard for up to seven teams. All questions are pictorial and multiple choice. A wide range of general knowledge questions and tasks are included. As well as asking a question, a lot of slides also provide some interesting snippets about the topic so pupils are expanding their general knowledge as well as enjoying the activity. Topics include: geography history nature science music astrology astronomy flags of the world famous people famous landmarks current affairs Team Rounds Each team will attempt their general knowledge team round of three questions. The answer to each question must be decided by the whole team. If a wrong answer is given, the next question goes to the first hand up and, if correct, that person’s team get to try the rest of the round. Each team will also have to solve the clues to identify a well - known phrase or saying. There are four lightning rounds in which team members consult to try to identify a slowly revealed person or landmark. Memory Test – questions on the order and detail of eleven objects which cross the screen then disappear. Individual Rounds Four unscramble and identify rounds which consists of a picture which has been cut up and rearranged. Memory Test – give coordinates of fish which have moved around a pond. Finally, the fifteen - question individual bonus round. This round allows flexibility in terms of the time the quiz takes as not all the questions have to be attempted. The quiz therefore can last between 40 and 50 minutes. Full instructions are given on the PowerPoint itself. More high quality resources available Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Elements, Compounds, Formulae and Naming Compounds Explained KS3
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Elements, Compounds, Formulae and Naming Compounds Explained KS3

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A comprehensive and enjoyable introduction to atoms, molecules, elements, compounds, the periodic table, chemical symbols, formulae and naming compounds. What’s Covered All atoms of one element are the same but are different from the atoms of other elements. Atoms combine to form molecules. If combining atoms are from the same element, a molecule of an element is formed. If combining atoms are from different element, a molecule of a compound is formed. An element contains only one type of atom A compound contains two or more different types of atom. Elements are listed in the periodic table. Each element has its own symbol. Symbols can be the first letter of the name (capital), two letters from the name (capital then lowercase) or taken from the Latin name of the element. The formula of a compound tells you how many atoms of each element are in it. Working out the number of atoms of each element in a compound from its formula. Naming compounds with the groups CO3, SO4, NO3. Compounds containing only two atoms end in ide. Mono = 1, di = 2, tri = 3. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut and stick activity. Worksheet to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x2) Fact share worksheet Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Periodic table Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains thirteen resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. Lots more resources at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
KS3 Cells Quiz Plenary/Exit Ticket Activity
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KS3 Cells Quiz Plenary/Exit Ticket Activity

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Versatile resource. A ten-question animated slideshow quiz with sound effects on eleven slides which also be used as an exit ticket activity. Each pupil has three cards A, B and C. They select the answer to a question and hold up the appropriate card before the answer to the question is revealed. This also provides instant feedback on pupil progress for the teacher and the opportunity for further explanation. It can also be used by pupils individually in a network room or loaded onto the school website for use as revision at home. Each slide shows the instructions reading time, thinking time, hold up your card and click for answer. Functions are timed but can be over-ridden by a mouse-click. This format was highly praised by inspectors. The quiz is available as a ppsx file so that it runs as a slideshow. The quiz is a part of a fully resource lesson which is also available. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1