Differentiated lesson focusing on the pathways of blood through the heart and major blood vessels.
Exam question plenary included at the end of the presentation to check pupils understanding. Worksheet is colour coded to match AO1-3 so that pupils know what skills they are using when completing tasks.
Complete lesson with exam questions to finish. Fully differentiated worksheet to challenge more able and support weaker pupils. Can be edited to suit pupils needs.
AO1-AO3 colour coding throughout lesson.
A progress SOW looking at the fundamentals of Trampolining. Fully differentiated with assessment ideas as well.
FD= Front drop/Landing
BD= Back drop/Landing
Pupil led lesson on Muscle fibre types.
Activity 1: Print out the resource covering the content for pupils to work from. A group carousel works quite nicely.
Worksheet can be completed on a computer or printed out.
Lesson 1 looks at how what a chemical reaction is and how we can measure the rate of one. A series of activities followed by some demonstrations/practical experiments to solidify their understanding.
Bicarb and vinegar
Screaming Jelly baby - you will have to follow the CLEAPSS method, this can be dangerous so ensure you follow the safety guidelines.
Dissolving salt in water
Designed for KS2 and KS3 rates of reaction Enquiry Based Learning project building on fundamental scientific skills. Included in the pack are 5 lessons, each building on the skills from previous lessons with a self assessment tracker.
Main equipment needed:
Different types of bicarbonates (sodium, potassium and calcium)
thermometers (ideally digital)
The final lesson (if very able), let the pupils decide on their own aim, plan and then investigate.
A whole lesson geared towards furthering pupils understanding in how muscles and joints work together to move. Exam style questions added - will need white boards for this
Activity 1 - use the Task cards, some equipment will be needed including:
Table tennis ball
Indoor Basketball and hoop
Box steps (different heights)
Indoor golf equipment or similar
Activities can be done practically and in whatever setting suits, the resource is easily adaptable and pupils love doing the activities.
Video analysis of movements supplements the learning very well!