Test your pupils memory (and improve it!!) by using their memory and team skills to produce an image for fractional distillation. A great idea for helping pupils remember diagrams, processes and cycles that contain a lot of information
Presentation, which covers the basics about DNA and sets pupils task, to build their own models. This lesson comes with:
1) Do it now stimulus
2)Key information about DNA
3) worksheets (edexcel) to complete
4)diagrams that pupils can label
5)extended writing question (with model answer)
This resource requires the use of IPads. Pupils will be directed to QR codes around the classroom, which are targeted to their needs. Subject areas include:
Questions are levelled and have an associated QR code that directs pupils to help, from sources such as BBC Bitesize
A lesson that assesses pupils knowledge on micro-organisms, by allowing them to interactively learn about the different types.
The lesson makes great use of IPads/QR codes and draws their focus, to 3 microbes: Influenza, athlete's foot and salmonella.
LEVELLED activity, targeted at KS3. Pupils are to follow a grade ladder, to produce a detailed written piece on food poisoning.
The lesson come with DIRT improvement the pupils can make (use of QR codes)
Get pupils really involved in their revision, by making them create, their own revision table cloth!
Purchase cheap table cloths from your local supermarket or pound shop and get the pupils to fill it with their own revision notes.
Theses can be then pinned up around the class and used to enhance pupils revision on this topic.
An Outstanding lesson, with resources. The package includes
-A full lesson plan
- A presentation, which includes QR codes (which are to printed and placed around the classroom, for a circus activity)
-A Keyword dictionary- to be completed by the pupils
-A worksheet, to produce diagrams and answer stretch questions on
Pupils to be presented with a question and its answer!!!They are to then circulate around the classroom, asking their peers the questions and assessing the answer. When both questions in a pair have been answered, swap cards and find a new partner to test!!
Note: The question could be printed on different coloured card to differentiate between questions.
To assess pupils learning from this activity, pupils are to complete the associated question sheet... this will make it imperative that they get around the classroom and talk to as many peers as possible!