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KS3 Science End of Year Revision Cards
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KS3 Science End of Year Revision Cards

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52 colourful engaging revision cards covering many topics in KS3 Science. There is a checklist included so that students can keep track which revision cards they have completed. Topics include: Cell Biology Reproductive system States of matter Joints & muscles Rocks Separation Techniques Forces Circuits Earth Speed, ect.
Non-Renewable Energy Resources
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Non-Renewable Energy Resources

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This lesson is aimed at KS3 Science. To explain the advantages and disadvantages of using sources of non-renewable energy. Students are encouraged to create a speech to convince others which form of energy is the most effective. Work sheets and mark scheme are included within the powerpoint.
KS3 Science Extended Writing Questions
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KS3 Science Extended Writing Questions

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21 Six mark KS3 extended writing questions all accompanied with answers. Useful for end of year revision. The topics include: Acids chemical reactions climate change compounds ecosystems electromagnets energy transfer extracting metals food tests forces inheritance light metals & non-metals mixtures pressure sound specialised cells states of matter The Earth The menstrual cycle The skeleton
KS3 Ecosystem 6 mark question
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KS3 Ecosystem 6 mark question

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This is a six mark KS3 exam style question on ecosystems linked to the kerboodle scheme of work. This can be used at the start or at the end of the lesson. The document includes keywords and clear structured mark scheme to the extended writing question. There is both a powerpoint and a pdf version of the document.
KS3 Extracting Metals six mark question
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KS3 Extracting Metals six mark question

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This is a six mark KS3 exam style question on extracting metals linked to the kerboodle scheme of work. This can be used at the start or at the end of the lesson. The document includes keywords and clear structured mark scheme to the extended writing question. There is both a powerpoint and a pdf version of the document.
Countdown Timers
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Countdown Timers

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8 Different types of countdown timer which can be embedded into your powerpoints: Bomb Timer Bar Timer Explosive Timer Candle Timer Clock Timer Dynamite Timer Egg Timer Firework Timer To use, just copy and paste the slide you want into your PP presentation and then add title/text/pictures as necessary. The timers cannot be cropped but can be resized or moved around. Often you won’t see them in the PP until you are in slideshow view. If a security alert pops up when you start the slideshow, you must enable macros.
Pollution Indicators
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Pollution Indicators

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Working in pairs or small groups of 4, students can be given 40 minutes to fill out the pollution indicator table pulling out information from case studies. Students will discuss and making note of the type of pollution that affect different species and how such organisms is used as a pollution indicator. Students will be given a time limit of 10 minutes per case study. 4 case studies will be provided. Least able students will complete 2 case studies where as more able students will complete 4. The case studies task will demonstrate that students are able to identify the role of indicator species and explain why it is important for people to assess pollution levels.
Balanced Diet
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Balanced Diet

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Learning Objective: To explain how an unhealthy diet causes health issues. In groups students can compare 2 diets, one fad diet and the insect diet and linked them to the components of a healthy diet and evaluate how some diet plans are unbalanced. Students will do this by completing the comparison worksheet which can be found in the lesson powerpoint. This lesson is targeted to a more able year 8 class.
KS3 The Menstrual Cycle 6 mark exam question
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KS3 The Menstrual Cycle 6 mark exam question

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This is a six mark KS3 exam style question on menstrual cycle linked to the kerboodle scheme of work. This can be used at the start or at the end of the lesson. The document includes keywords and clear structured mark scheme to the extended writing question. There is both a powerpoint and a pdf version of the document.
KS3 The Skeleton six mark exam Question
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KS3 The Skeleton six mark exam Question

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This is a six mark KS3 exam style question on the skeleton linked to the kerboodle scheme of work. This can be used at the start or at the end of the lesson. The document includes keywords and clear structured mark scheme to the extended writing question. There is both a powerpoint and a pdf version of the document.
Components of Blood
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Components of Blood

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This lesson aim is to apply students' knowledge of the components of blood and apply it to the battle field. This lesson is suitable for either GCSE AQA or OCR (9-1) Specification. Learning Objectives: 1. To understand the importance of triage. 2. To describe how the components of blood can be used to treat injuries.
KS3 Energy transfer six mark question
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KS3 Energy transfer six mark question

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This is a six mark KS3 exam style question on energy transfer linked to the kerboodle scheme of work. This can be used at the start or at the end of the lesson. The document includes keywords and clear structured mark scheme to the extended writing question. There is both a powerpoint and a pdf version of the document.
Year 9 End of Year Science Revision Resources
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Year 9 End of Year Science Revision Resources

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Three end of year Combined science revision resources designed for foundation tier lower ability students. The resources can be easily adaptable. The resources have exam questions and tasks covering the following topics: Biology The digestive system Cells Rate of reaction Gas exchange Diffusion Osmosis Active transport Line of best fit Chemistry Structure of the atom Isotopes Bonding Formula mass Conservation of mass Physics Energy resources Efficiency Power Gravitation potential energy Kinetic energy Work done
Natural Selection
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Natural Selection

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This lesson focuses on natural selection covering the following learning objectives: To explain what is meant by survival of the fittest. To analyse the stages in natural selection. To evaluate how natural selection theories can be used in health care.
KS3 Food Test 6 mark exam question
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KS3 Food Test 6 mark exam question

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This is a six mark KS3 exam style question on food tests linked to the kerboodle scheme of work. This can be used at the start or at the end of the lesson. The document includes keywords and clear structured mark scheme to the extended writing question. There is both a powerpoint and a pdf version of the document.
KS3 Inheritance 6 mark Exam Question
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KS3 Inheritance 6 mark Exam Question

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This is a six mark KS3 exam style question on inheritance linked to the kerboodle scheme of work. This can be used at the start or at the end of the lesson. The document includes keywords and clear structured mark scheme to the extended writing question. There is both a powerpoint and a pdf version of the document.