Introduction to Acceleration

Introduction to Acceleration

This is a pack that contains two lessons, one practical and one theory. The theory lesson contains information and activities covering: Scalars, Vectors, acceleration and scale diagrams. The practical lesson works on testing acceleration due to gravity. This involves light gates and card. The practical lesson contains a foundation and higher work book with guides students through the thought process for planning a practical experiment. Both of these lessons have been used in a real life classroom and contain aspects of the specifications for AQA, OCR and Edexcel exam boards for physics.
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Energy Resources Moving Activty - Ph.03

Energy Resources Moving Activty - Ph.03

This activity is set up as an introduction to generating electricity or can be used as a small recap in a revision session. This includes a student worksheet and the information sheets. Stick the information sheets around the classroom and ask the students to do the leg work.
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Introduction to Pathogens - Bi.07. Lesson 1

Introduction to Pathogens - Bi.07. Lesson 1

A lesson based on Pathogens and how the body defends itself against them. This lesson includes homework ideas, a lesson plan and full presentation for a middle set science class. This has been aimed at trying to distinguish the difference between Antibodies, Antitoxins and Antigens. This is based on the Biology unit 1 of the AQA GCSE Pathogens topic.
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Generating Electricty - Ph.03

Generating Electricty - Ph.03

This lesson is aimed at looking at the different ways that we generate electricity. This is part of the electricity and circuits unit. The main objective is to get students to understand the pros and cons of different electricity generation methods. This has been aimed at a mixed ability set and allows for differentiation. This pack contains a mobile activity, a lesson plan, a worksheet starter and the lesson presentation.
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Cells to Organ Sytem lesson

Cells to Organ Sytem lesson

Following the journey of a singular cell students draw a diagram that shows how a cell becomes part of the digestive system. This lesson includes both a lesson plan and presentation. The lesson has 3 main objectives: 1. To be able to tell how a cell becomes and organ system, 2. To be able to describe the 3 different types of tissue, 3. To be able to use a named example of this process. This lesson has been level at a lower ability set but can be adapted to work for a higher achieving set.
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New Year, New Me - Growth Mind-set and Smart Targets

New Year, New Me - Growth Mind-set and Smart Targets

Get into the New Year spirit by getting your class into the right frame of mind. This lesson is about them setting targets for the New Year and getting them to think about what they want to achieve. In this there is a lesson plan, Wall display and 2 student worksheets that are already set up for you. All the lessons covered by this topic are under the code Ps.01. Further more for 2018 we have added in a related assembly PowerPoint which can be used to help link in with the growth mind set lesson which could be completed in pastoral periods during the first week back.
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Functions of Cells Lesson

Functions of Cells Lesson

A lesson created for the year 8/9 years of secondary based on the functions of animal and plant cells including reference to ribosome and Mitochondria. This resource includes a lesson plan, homework, PowerPoint and worksheets all to do with the topic. Please rate the resource after download and I hope your class enjoys this as much as mine did.
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Building Circuits Lesson 1  (Ph.03.1-3)

Building Circuits Lesson 1 (Ph.03.1-3)

This lesson contains the basic of circuits for the early secondary, late primary. It contains an introduction to circuit symbols and the 2 different types of circuit. This resource contains a practical hands on lesson to help keep energetic young people interested, including extension of homework. This works on the idea of peer work and peer tutoring with students working together and minimalist amounts of writing involved. Also this resource contains an extension for High attaining students and those who are of little ability.
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Joints and Skelital System (Bi.20.)

Joints and Skelital System (Bi.20.)

This lesson is all about joints, bones and why the skeleton is important. This includes a lesson plan, lesson presentation and a practical starter the works for Key stage 3 and .4. This helps set a foundation for students to understand the skeleton and sets them up for what happens in higher education. I have aimed this so that it works cross curricular, it has been created to work for Biology and Pe students.
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Calculating the Speed of Light using a Microwave.

Calculating the Speed of Light using a Microwave.

This resource uses a visual way to show the speed of light to students. This includes the lesson plan, experiment and Lesson Presentation for the lesson. The lesson objectives for this lesson are: Green: I can do the other two and can calculate the speed of light. Amber: I can explain what the speed of light is and how it is used. Red: I can explain what the speed of light is. This incorporates Einstein's theory of Relativity. This resource has been aimed at the high attaining students as it gives them an experiment that has been designed to stimulate them. This resource is best used at the end of the topic on light so they understand the basics of how light waves work.
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Poetry Introdution with Roald Dahl

Poetry Introdution with Roald Dahl

The objectives for this are: Be able to show what a good one looks like (W.A.G.O.L.L.) Be able to write a short poem. This is best used with year 4-6 and is best in a open classroom space as the starter needsa fair bit of space. This is the power point that was used for the Young Poet 2016 workshops and all young people enjoyed but some of the games may need to be adapted to suit people with disabilities.
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Solar Top Trumps Frame (Ph.19.)

Solar Top Trumps Frame (Ph.19.)

This is a resource designed to help students research space and this contains cards for the 8 planets, the main star (the sun) and the only dwarf planet in the solar system, Pluto. This is a small activity and is a different way of presenting research which is a way of getting students to find information and learn to separate the useful information from the not useful information.
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Components of cells Match Up (Bi.04.03.)

Components of cells Match Up (Bi.04.03.)

Made for Higher Tier and contains all the components of a cell that may be asked about in a GCSE unit 2 examination. Could be a useful starter for a class or as a short revision activity.
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Addition and Subtraction of Fractions Worksheet - Ma.15.

Addition and Subtraction of Fractions Worksheet - Ma.15.

This is a 3 page staged activity that includes questions that involves Differentiated denominators. Improper fractions and mixed fractions. Starting off with the same denominators this moves on to then look at different denominators, before then finally moving onto simplification.
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Blank B1 Mindmap

Blank B1 Mindmap

This is a Biology Unit 1 mind map for the GCSE AQA and Edexcel exam boards. Designed for students to complete as form of revision for this years examinations.
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