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Resources for KS3, KS4 science and AS/A2 AQA A Level Chemistry. Hope they help :-)

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Resources for KS3, KS4 science and AS/A2 AQA A Level Chemistry. Hope they help :-)
Food and Fuel - NEW KS3
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Food and Fuel - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Food and fuel - based on Activate P2.1 This lesson contains some resources that have been adapted from other sources. Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson SS1 - Worksheet looking at energy content in different food (adapted) SS2 - Worksheet where students have to draw a bar graph about energy transfers (adapted and differentiated). Whole unit is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/energy-unit-new-ks3-11251540
Energy and Power - NEW KS3
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Energy and Power - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Energy and power - based on Activate P2.7 This lesson contains some resources that have been adapted from other sources. Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson - guided calculations and a kerboodle practical.
The rock cycle
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The rock cycle

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Sequence of lessons on the rock cycle - worksheets referenced are exploring science 7 and 8 H.
Work, energy and machines - NEW KS3
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Work, energy and machines - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Work, energy and machines - based on Activate P2.8 This lesson includes resources adapted from other sources Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson where students calculate work done, there is a whole class AfL activity followed by a period where students answer questions - you may need to provide additional extension questions for your class. There is then a simple discussion of levers and gears and how they make work easier. SS1 - differentiated work done calculations SS2 - simple machines - how do these force multipliers work and how do they obey the law of conservation of energy. Whole unit is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/energy-unit-new-ks3-11251540
Movement of substances into cells (Diffusion & Osmosis)
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Movement of substances into cells (Diffusion & Osmosis)

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Whole lesson on diffusion and osmosis based on Activate 1. Is a challenging lesson for my set ones and includes GCSE questions. Includes a video link to a kerboodle activate resource and youtube. Both videos or neither could be watched.
Energy resources - NEW KS3
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Energy resources - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Energy resources - based on Activate P2.6 This lesson includes this reosurce as a main activity https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/renewable-energy-resources-fact-sheets-6376633 Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson where students look at the sun being the basis of energy on earth, the formation of coal, oil and gas - my class have just studied the rock cycle, a video link on generating electiricty (could be used as a dictogloss or alongside the worksheet), students then need to complete a poster activity. SS1 - Starter - from exploring science the source is the sun for students to discuss SS2 - Generating electricity - the energy transformations that happen inside a power station SS3 - not provided - the amazing resource linked above. Whole unit is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/energy-unit-new-ks3-11251540
Energy transfer: Radiation - NEW KS3
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Energy transfer: Radiation - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Energy transfer: radiation - based on Activate P2.5 This lesson contains some resources that have been adapted from other sources. Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson where students work independently to complete a comprehension grid and includes a practical SS1 - Comprehension grid - made for Activate, can easily be adapted for Exploring Science or a print out from bitesize or even filled in watching a video SS2 - Extension task - adapted from something I made during my PGCE - i can't remember the SOL the placement school used. Whole unit is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/energy-unit-new-ks3-11251540
Types of reactions - Questions and Intervention work
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Types of reactions - Questions and Intervention work

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This resource has been produced following on from an AQA KS3 PD session. It involves students answering questions that cover the three strands of the AQA KS3 Spec (Know, Apply and Extend). Teachers mark (or students mark) and then intervention/DIRT tasks are completed at the back. The intervention task for students extending contains a GCSE question. I haven't used this yet in lesson.
NEW AQA PHYSICS - Parallelogram of Forces
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NEW AQA PHYSICS - Parallelogram of Forces

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A worksheet I made for my set one students to work out forces using the parallelogram method. Apologies for the handwriting. Students watched me on a visualiser doing Question 1 from scratch - they then annotated the diagram with what I did. Students then completed the second question, that already has the scaled drawing. Student are then asked to complete some questions about scales. Students then complete the kerboodle practical. Apologies for the handwriting!
Energy Adds Up/Energy transformations - NEW KS3
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Energy Adds Up/Energy transformations - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Energy adds up - based on Activate P2.2 This lesson contains some resources that have been adapted from other sources. Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson SS1 - Practical sheet. The practical in this can be any sort of energy circus where the energy transfers are obvious. Whole unit is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/energy-unit-new-ks3-11251540
Energy transfer: Particles - NEW KS3
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Energy transfer: Particles - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Energy transfer: particles - based on Activate P2.4 This lesson contains some resources that have been adapted from other sources. Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson - includes animations (i think from boardworks?) demos necessary! SS1 - body outline for students to add clothing and accessories that help keep them warm (starter & plenary) SS2 - Wetsuit comprehension task - adapted from an old exploring science task. Whole unit is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/energy-unit-new-ks3-11251540
Energy Unit - NEW KS3
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Energy Unit - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Whole unit based on the Activate 2 SoL - Energy This unit includes the following lessons: 1. Food and Fuels - (reuploaded) 2. Energy adds up (energy transfers/conservation) 3. Energy and temperature 4. Energy transfer: particles 5. Energy transfer: radiation 6. Energy resources 7. Energy and power (freely available) 8. Work, energy and machines Each lesson is available as an individual lesson in my other resources.
Energy and Temperature - NEW KS3
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Energy and Temperature - NEW KS3

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NEW KS3 Energy and temperature - based on Activate P2.3 This lesson contains some resources that have been adapted from other sources. Includes: Powerpoint - whole lesson students look at the difference between heat and temperature. Includes an extended writing task. SS1 - Practical (adapted from Activate, tech notes are linked if you have access - if not it is obvious what is necessary) SS2 - Worksheet shared from a member of my department. Whole unit is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/energy-unit-new-ks3-11251540
Year 7 baseline
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Year 7 baseline

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A unit of lessons for Year 7. Ideas taken from these resources: 1. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-science--practical-investigations--part-1-6339323 2. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/starting-science-booklet-6431570 Based on activate. Images in powerpoints taken from the book.
Reactions of group 7 (computer simulation YENKA)
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Reactions of group 7 (computer simulation YENKA)

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A worksheet for students to use to describe the physical properties of the halogens, there are some questions on displacement but it mainly focuses on the physical properties. Made for AQA NEW GCSE for a high ability Year9 group and to be used alongside YENKA. Will probably use it with my Year 12s as a introduction to Group 7.
Ionic salt formulae grid
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Ionic salt formulae grid

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Worksheet made for my triple chemists for writing the formula of ionic salts. Students need to work out the ratio between the positive and negative ions in salts. Charges are given on the negative ions (these are new) but not on the positive ions.