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Full Science Lessons by Theresa

All of the resources that I have uploaded are full lessons including differentiated resources and a range of activities to engage your students. The lessons have all be tested and were loved by my students, I hope that you and your students will also enjoy them.

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All of the resources that I have uploaded are full lessons including differentiated resources and a range of activities to engage your students. The lessons have all be tested and were loved by my students, I hope that you and your students will also enjoy them.
Animal Tissues and Organs - NEW GCSE Bio Spec
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Animal Tissues and Organs - NEW GCSE Bio Spec

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Full lesson with a lesson plan. This lesson could be used as an observation with your own adaptations and has previously been graded as OUTSTANDING. The lesson involves a RAT dissection, but you could use another animal, a heart or kidney for example. You could use a virtual dissection and I used a rat dissection app on IPADS for students that did not want to dissect the rat. https://www.appdecide.com/app/ios/rat-dissection/418516605/
New AQA Core Science C1 - Periodic Table
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New AQA Core Science C1 - Periodic Table

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In this lesson students will learn how to: identify metals and non-metals on the periodic table; explain trends in the reactivity of groups 1 and groups 7 in the periodic tables; and learn why the noble gasses are unreactive. You will need to download a video from YouTube, showing the reactivity of the stronger alkali metals.
Natural Selection - NEW AQA A-level Biology Spec
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Natural Selection - NEW AQA A-level Biology Spec

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Full lesson with all resources and a lesson plan. The lesson is fully differentiated and with adaptations for your own classes could easily be used for an observation. This lesson has previously been graded as OUTSTANDING. Please note that you will require a copy of THE SELFISH GENE (Richard Dawkins) to use all activities, but there is enough content for an hour without this.
Terminal Velocity - NEW AQA GCSE Physics Spec
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Terminal Velocity - NEW AQA GCSE Physics Spec

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This is a full lesson with differentiated activities to teach terminal velocity. There are a couple of video links in the word document and for the starter I suggest filling empty 1 or 2 litre bottles with water and adding a ketchup sachet. The sachet will float but the challenge is to ask students to make it sink. By pressing on the sides of the bottle it will sink.
Work Done - NEW GCSE AQA PHYSICS SPEC
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Work Done - NEW GCSE AQA PHYSICS SPEC

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Full lesson, with a lesson plan. Fully differentiated with lots of different activities. Very interactive and student-led lesson. This could be used for an observation with modification for your own classes and has previously been graded as OUTSTANDING.
Muscle Contraction  - AQA NEW Biology A-level spec
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Muscle Contraction - AQA NEW Biology A-level spec

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Full lesson with a plan and all resources required. Fully differentiated. This lesson would be suitable for a lesson observation and has been graded as OUTSTANDING. Of course this would need to be adapted for your own classes, but hopefully it is a good starting point.
A-level Biology FULL LESSONS
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A-level Biology FULL LESSONS

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Selection of A-level Biology Lessons, fully differentiated and each with a detailed lesson plan. Saving of 22% compared to buying the lessons separately.
Conservation of Mass
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Conservation of Mass

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In this lesson students will look at: How equations describe what happens in a chemical reaction; How chemical formulae can be used to write equations; and what is meant by a ‘balanced equation’.
Science - Atoms
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Science - Atoms

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The activity used in the lesson was from another user on TES. This should be a full lesson for you to use straight away!
Bonding and conductivity
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Bonding and conductivity

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In this lesson students will learn how to describe how atoms of one element combine with atoms of another to form a compound; and be able to explain how atoms combine by sharing electrons or by giving and taking electrons. Ionic and Covalent bonding are covered.