This is a resource for the GCSE edexcel 9-1 curriculum.
The Powerpoint contains plenty of practice - too much for one lesson. I recommend either doing it over two lessons, or removing some of the practice material to fit one lesson.
All questions contain answers so the students can mark their work.
Any feedback would be welcome/appreciated.
Covers everything needed for the CP1a lesson based on the 9-1 specification.
Plenty of AFL activities and colourful slides which are ideal for dyslexic students.
Anything to print can be found as a “hidden” slide.
Feedback welcome from anyone.
Cotains everything needed as part of the 1-9 GCSE combined science curriculum for Edexcel. Includes Rutherford’s model of the atom at the beginning.
Practice questions + answers.
Hidden slides contain pages to print + things needed for the lesson.
Learning outcomes for the lesson:
State where most of the mass of the atom is found
State the meaning of atomic number
State the meaning of mass number
Describe how the atoms of different elements vary
State the number of electrons in an atom from its atomic number
Calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons using atomic and mass numbers
Hidden slides include pages to print.
The resource is planned consistently with the Edexcel combined science 9-1 curriculum. It includes plenty of practice on using the equation speed = distance/time, as well as drawing and interpreting speed/time graphs and learning to calculate gradients.
I’d recommend that, if you plan on using my resources in the future, you insist with your children that they consistently write all the steps provided in the slides in their books for each question.
This is because the same method will be used again and again in future lessons and has proved very useful to my own students.