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National Award winning Science teacher, providing proven resources across all Science disciplines, KS3 and KS4, for all abilities. Presentations and Displays Worksheets, Class activities and lesson plans Homework tasks Revision materials

National Award winning Science teacher, providing proven resources across all Science disciplines, KS3 and KS4, for all abilities. Presentations and Displays Worksheets, Class activities and lesson plans Homework tasks Revision materials
NEW PHYSICS GCSE: Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum (Covers TRIPLE and TRILOGY courses)
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NEW PHYSICS GCSE: Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum (Covers TRIPLE and TRILOGY courses)

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This covers the complete Waves and Electromagnetic Spectrum course content for TRIPLE and TRILOGY students. Split into 17 different lessons with associated power-points, including objectives and outcomes with each, and every slide referencing the specific part of the syllabus to which it pertains, covering..... Wave properties of transverse and longitudinal waves The wave equation and periodicity Investigating waves (Required Practical) Refraction of Mechanical Waves Reflection and Refraction of Light (PHYSICS ONLY Required Practical) Light and Colour (PHYSICS ONLY) Lenses and Types of Images (PHYSICS ONLY) Ray diagrams for different lens (PHYSICS ONLY) Sound waves and Hearing (PHYSICS ONLY) Ultrasound (PHYSICS ONLY) Seismic waves (PHYSICS ONLY) The Electromagnetic Spectrum Investigating absorption and emission of infrared radiation (Required Practical) Radio waves and microwaves Communications Ultraviolet, X-rays and gamma waves Dangers of electromagnetic radiation
SCIENCE KS4 Revision Homeworks
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SCIENCE KS4 Revision Homeworks

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This contains 120 individual homework/intervention questions with associated model answers differentiated for foundation and higher tier with success and marking criteria included on the questions. The questions can be either self or peer assessed in line with the model answers attached. Also included is a booklet containing all the Physics equations required for the KS4 exams with worked examples for illustration. These equations are also broken down into individual lesson starters as a powerpoint.
NEW FORCES in ACTION and MOTION Physics P8 - P10: AQA New Syllabus 2016
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NEW FORCES in ACTION and MOTION Physics P8 - P10: AQA New Syllabus 2016

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P8 - P10 Forces AQA covering topics needed for Combined Science. Powerpoint presentation with lesson objectives and outcomes + assessment documents with and without answers, homeworks and worksheets. Suitable for foundation and higher with differentiation. Topics covered...... Vectors and Scalars Forces between Objects Resultant Forces Moments at Work (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Levers and Gears (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Centre of Mass Moments and Equilibrium (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Parallelogram of Forces Resolution of Forces Speed and Distance-Time graphs Velocity and Acceleration Velocity-Time graphs Analysing motion graphs Force and Acceleration (Required Practical) Weight vs Mass: the difference Weight and Terminal Velocity Forces and Braking Momentum including concept of conservation Using Conservation of Momentum (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Impact Forces (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Safety features (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Forces and Elasticity: Hookes Law (Required Practical) This does not include Pressure
Forces New Physics Syllabus AQA P8 - P11: Triple Physics and Combined Science
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Forces New Physics Syllabus AQA P8 - P11: Triple Physics and Combined Science

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P8 - P11 Forces AQA covering ALL topics needed for Triple Science Physics (Higher and Foundation differentiated). This will also satisfy all the criteria for the Combined Science course. Powerpoint presentation with lesson objectives and outcomes + assessment documents with and without answers, homeworks and worksheets. Suitable for foundation and higher with differentiation. Topics covered...... Vectors and Scalars Forces between Objects Resultant Forces Moments at Work (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Levers and Gears (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Centre of Mass Moments and Equilibrium (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Parallelogram of Forces Resolution of Forces Speed and Distance-Time graphs Velocity and Acceleration Velocity-Time graphs Analysing motion graphs Force and Acceleration (Required Practical) Weight vs Mass: the difference Weight and Terminal Velocity Forces and Braking Momentum including concept of conservation Using Conservation of Momentum (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Impact Forces (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Safety features (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Forces and Elasticity: Hookes Law (Required Practical) Pressure on surfaces (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Pressure in liquids and PROOF of pressure = hpg (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Pressure vs Depth (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Mercury Barometers and Manometers Hydraulics: Force Multipliers (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Braking Systems (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Archimedes Principle (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Atmospheric Pressure (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Using Pressure differences to calculate Forces (GCSE Physics Triple Only) Floating and Up-thrust and Sinking (GCSE Physics Triple Only)
PRESSURE Physics Triple Science (Physics Only) AQA P11 New Syllabus 2016
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PRESSURE Physics Triple Science (Physics Only) AQA P11 New Syllabus 2016

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Presentation covering all the topics for the Pressure Physics Only AQA New Syllabus 2016. Incorporates GCSE questions and lesson objectives and outcomes. Topics included....... Pressure on surfaces Pressure in liquids and gases with questions. Pressure equation with questions Proof of the pressure equation (Grade 8/9) Pressure and depth with questions Hydraulics (force multipliers) Braking sysytems Atmospheric pressure Using atmospheric pressure, suction cups. Pressure diferences used to measure forces acting on objects Mercury Barometers and Manometers with GCSE questions Upthrust and flotation Archimedes principle Floating and sinking Floating in detail, impact of weight and density.
Moments Yr9 Physics
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Moments Yr9 Physics

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A calculations worksheet on MOMENTS for the higher ability student Yr9 Physics. Requires the ability to rearrange equations. Question 3 requires the student to convert numbers into correct units before calculating the moment and therefore the solution to the question. Designed for Yr9 but would also lend itself to a brief refresher/starter for P3 physics in KS4
Periodic Table
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Periodic Table

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A printable version of the Periodic Table created in excel. Simply press print and this will print out onto A4.
PHYSICS EQUATIONS BOOKLET and REVISION LESSON STARTERS
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PHYSICS EQUATIONS BOOKLET and REVISION LESSON STARTERS

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This resource is a complete booklet (editable) covering EVERY equation in the new Physics syllabus with worked examples to illustrate potential GCSE questions (with paper designations and tiers highlighted) AND 35 individual mini presentations for lesson starters that has the revision of the equation and some worked examples from a range of contexts with answers. Simply print out as A5 and you have a complete revision guide for the Physics equations needed for GCSE. The new Physics syllabus now requires students to both RECALL and APPLY the majority of equations that could be examined across both the TRILOGY and TRIPLE PHYSICS courses. Each file and presentation tells the student which Paper the equation refers to and at what tier (Foundation or Higher Tier)
SCIENCE Literacy Sentence Constructions
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SCIENCE Literacy Sentence Constructions

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To support literacy across the curriculum and obviously Science in particular here, these sentence construction frames are extremely useful in a number of different contexts. Students find this quite a challenge but do engage with this in an extremely positive manner. A good opportunity for collaborative work. They can be edited for differentiation purposes, with significant challenge for the most able and also access for the weakest/SEND. They have been used very successfully as starters, plenaries, end of topic summaries, revision tools, homework and also extensions and they can be adapted for any topic across the entire curriculum from Yr7 to Yr13. I have attached a number of examples with associated powerpoints to have up on the board as the students attempt the task, including..... Limestone Hydrocarbons, Fractional Distillation and Cracking Radiation Respiratory and Circulatory System The Atom, Reacting Masses and Rates of Reaction Transformers and Power
SCIENCE KS4 Cause and Correlation Lesson Plan with Presentation and Resources
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SCIENCE KS4 Cause and Correlation Lesson Plan with Presentation and Resources

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A lesson originally put together for OCR 21st Century Science C1 (Foundation - weak students) with significant challenge but would be equally applicable for any exam board (AQA, EDEXCEL etc) to illustrate the concept of Cause and Correlation. Observed during inspection with this lesson. Very successful outcome. Potentially dry topic. Use a clearly incongruous link, in this case ice cream sales and hayfever cases lnked to pollen count to illustrate the difference between a 'cause' and a 'correlation'. The graphs for this are in the attached powerpoint. Once the difference has been highlighted, move on to collaborative work in the class with the attached work on nitrogen monoxide levels and hayfever and the instances of asthma in a given area. Graphs to be completed using the data on the sheets and the questions about the completed graphs also to be done. Differentiated starter questions are also attached (D- B grade).
Biology KS4 Homeworks/Intervention GCSE Challenge Questions with and without MODEL ANSWERS
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Biology KS4 Homeworks/Intervention GCSE Challenge Questions with and without MODEL ANSWERS

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38 individual GCSE homework/intervention questions (Higher and Foundation), all the same format, including success criteria linked to the new specifications. Each homework question has an associated MODEL ANSWER. Both the question and the model answer have been formatted to fit an A4 page in exercise books. All are produced in WORD are are fully editable, so you can remove logos, week numbers, set own marking criteria etc. Questions include: Cell Organelles and Magnification Osmosis, Diffusion and Active Transport Genetics and Genetic Engineering Organisation Digestive System and Enzymes Circulatory System and Cholesterol Coronary Heart Disease Drug Testing Vaccines and Pathogens Antibiotic Resistance Microbes and Immunisation Photosynthesis Respiration Cell Division Fertility Hormones Blood Sugar Control Neurones and Synapses Stem Cells Natural Selection, Fossils and Evolution
P3  AQA (Physics Unit 3) Master Presentation
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P3 AQA (Physics Unit 3) Master Presentation

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This presentation covers all the different topics in Physics Unit 3: Moments and Levers Pendulums Circular Motion (Centripetal Force) Hydraulics (Pressure in liquids, force multipliers) Braking systems Refraction and Refractive Index Ray diagrams The camera and the eye Magnification Total Internal Reflection (Critical angles) X Rays and CT scans Ultrasound Medical uses of waves Electromagnetism Motor Effect and Flemings Left Hand Rule Electric Motors and Split Ring Commutators Electromagnetc Induction and Generators Transformers and Conservation of Energy Switch Mode Transformers
Chemistry JPEGS Yr7 - Yr11 (C1, C2, C3)
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Chemistry JPEGS Yr7 - Yr11 (C1, C2, C3)

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Save yourself some of that precious time, no need to trawl the interweb, use this package of Chemistry JPEGS (62 individual items) covering Yr7 - Yr11 Chemistry to support your presentations, documents, revision aids, classroom teaching resources etc.
Biology JPEGS Yr7 - Yr11 (B1, B2, B3)
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Biology JPEGS Yr7 - Yr11 (B1, B2, B3)

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Save yourself some of that precious time, no need to trawl the interweb, use this package of Biology JPEGS (75 individual items) covering Yr7 - Yr11 Biology to support your presentations, documents, revision aids, classroom teaching resources etc.
Chemistry AQA C2/C3 Rates of Reaction and Electrolysis
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Chemistry AQA C2/C3 Rates of Reaction and Electrolysis

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This presentation covers aspects of the C2 and C3 Units of AQA Chemistry: Collision Theory Activation Energy Factors affecting rates of reaction. Endo thermic and Exothermic Reactions Making and Breaking bonds Reversible reactions. Factors affecting the position of Equilibrium The Haber Process Basic Electrolysis Explaining ions and electrolysis Half Equations Extraction of aluminium Redox Reactions and OIL RIG Electroplating Electrolysis of Brine
Chemistry Unit 3 AQA Master
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Chemistry Unit 3 AQA Master

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Presentation covering all the topics within the AQA Chemistry 3 Unit: Calorimetry Rates of Reaction Energy Level Diagrams Making and Breaking Bonds Identifying Substances; Flame tests, Precipitation reactions etc Hydrogen as a fuel Alcohols Carboxylic Acids Esters Titrations The Haber Process Reversible Reactions Electrolysis of Brine: The Chlor Alkali Industry