To be used on a quote / inspirational quotes display or as a tutor / assembly resource. Ten slides including black and white photo, brief biography (name, date, job) and quote for: Richard Feynman Carl Sagan Neil DeGrasse Tyson Dalai Lama Aristotle Marie Curie Albert Einstein Bill Nye Stephen Hawking Christopher Hitchens Can print on coloured paper or keep black and white.
Three questions on the topic of particle theory (AQA - A Level Biology - Immunity) that are on a nicely laid out sheet for completion and sticking into books. Includes self assessment at the bottom to allow them to choose which topic requires attention based on their score, not just their feelings towards it. The next slide has the answers in the wrong order so they actually have to read them not just copy them! Included is a blank version you could use for other topics. [image is just an example of others I have done]
Self contained task which: Tests knowledge of the required practicals Graph drawing skills (with self assessable mark scheme) Descriptions, explanations and extension questions All tasks have marking criteria with scores Three slides that are easy to print off and write on Fourth slide includes all answers to mark-able features.
PowerPoint slide that could be printed A3 for a KS3 class to use when revising the solar system topic. Includes: Compass points Satellites Comets Data handling task Identifying solar system from image Time of day Gravity
15 questions on the Respiration topic of AQA A-level: https://create.kahoot.it/share/aqa-a-level-biology-respiration/f2a38197-f24f-4481-9b20-5e298c4cb75a
Templates for you to duplicate and use through Forms or set through Teams. Great for flipped learning from September - mostly self marking, just have to give feedback for longer answer questions. Each one follows the general format of: Upload your notes on Carbohydrates from your text books and the link below: WEBLINK Answer the multiple choice questions that follow the video, Answer the longer question at the end, Write a target based on the task. You will have to change the Theme as it is our schools logo. Have been really useful during lock down and could be good to share - I think I have included the right links to let you use these correctly. Let me know if there are any issues. If you haven’t used Forms through Teams before you have to set the task, then go into the Teams version of that “quiz” and reset the File upload question so that it creates a SharePoint area to save it. If that makes no sense, maybe replace the File upload questions with something like “Have you spent 20 minutes + making notes?” and a Yes or No tick box question.
I have designed this for Science articles but could be used for any subject and for articles, websites, videos etc. The second slide has four examples you could use to guide them or you could give them the article you want them to review.
Used as an observed lesson (so have included lesson plan without student details). I used repetition in small stages to gradually build the picture of the thylakoid membrane and the students seemed very confident at the end. Use the knowledge based questions to check basic understanding before going on to the longer answer questions. PowerPoint Lesson Plan Knowledge based questions Longer answer questions
Fully planned lesson including: - Settler question. - Starter diagram of solids, liquids, gases. - Guiding questions to discover idea of how sweating cools the skin - Fill the blanks task - Method (with equipment list) for simple but always successful practical (15-20min) - Blank table for support - Guiding questions to do while performing practical. - Graph mark scheme. - Graded explanations - Further resources if needed
Fully planned lesson including: - Settler question - Starter diagram to label (solid, liquid, gas) - Animation - Ball and hoop demonstration (with levelled answers to question) - Lighting a match using a metal bar held in a retort stand and heated with Bunsen (with levelled answers to question) - Revisit settler question and learning objectives - Extra resources (word match etc.) for extension
Can use as a stand alone lesson or can set as cover if the cover teacher has access to a computer and projector. Includes: Cover form / Lesson plan PowerPoint presentation Worksheet Printables Starter: Odd one out Rules for DT and VT graphs Answers Main task explained 4 tables to draw as either DT or VT graphs and tasks to do (calculate gradient etc.) Worksheet Review rules Plenary key terms
Fully planned lesson including: - Quick quiz - Answers - Labelled diagram of ear - Long answer question with support relating to sound (if previously taught) - Detailed method for reflection practical - Example table to draw or print - Other resources
Set of 6 lessons worth of worksheets to compliment the topic of cells. Could be used as homework or within lessons. Includes a 17 page document with tasks and worksheets to follow the 6 lessons below including a homework investigation into diffusion of squash: 1. Living vs non-living LO1: How can we class something as living? LO2: Describe what is involved in each of the 7 components or life (MRS NERG) 2. Animal vs plant LO1: State the function of the parts of a cell (e.g. nucleus controls the cell) LO2: Identify similarities and differences between animal and plant cells 3. Specialised cells LO1: Be able to identify 5 specialised cells and state their roles 4. Simple cells Label an Amoeba and Euglena 5. Cells tissues and organs LO1: Define a tissue and an organ LO2: Give at least one example of a specialised cell, tissue, organ, organ system and organism 6. Diffusion LO1: Define diffusion LO2: Explain how cells use diffusion to move substances in and out.
Well resourced lesson with lesson plan, homework and printable resources. Includes: - Settler: quick quiz - Starter: spot the differences on the graph - Graph drawing activity - Mark scheme presented as a "toolkit" - Plenary - Homework
Easy to follow lesson using several activities: - Settler: Odd one out - Starter: plant and animal label recap - Fact finding task - Venn diagram - Plenary with three different question styles to show evidence of learning All resources are within PPT or at the end of it (including the information for fact finding task)
Lesson Aimed at KS3 Smoking. Lesson plan included (without student details). PowerPoint includes all printable resources. Structure: Settler Starter "Become an expert" task with explanation of task Questions to answer as a group or individually to suit the class Plenary to show progress
Fully planned lesson including: - Settler: Link to lava lamp clip - Starter: question re: conduction with mark scheme on next slide - Think: Question with vowels removed to get pupils to come up with the question: "how does a radiator work?" - Link: Great video introducing idea of plate tectonics to link to real world - Various questions - Convection tube demo (or link to video of one) - Match sentence to position on convection tube diagram (can print or write on own) - Linked to radiator and other questions to sum depending on time - Come back to learning objectives
Fully planned lesson including: - Quick quiz - Answers - Optical illusions to get pupils thinking about light rays and the path of light - Theory of refraction and fill in the blanks - Method (which needs demonstrating) for refraction using a glass / Perspex block - True false plenary
Series of 50 mark tests with mark schemes for the following topics: - Biological molecules - Exchanges with the environment - Heart and lungs - Pathogens and immunology - Transport systems Really useful before end of unit, application tests to check they fully understand the topics. Went down really well with the students!
Lesson structure at the beginning to explain what will be covered: - Pose, pause, pounce, bounce. - Review of presentations (could edit this to suit a previous piece of work) - Double blind trials - RAG the specification (included) - Essay title, structure for planning and detailed mark scheme and feedback form included on presentation.