A variety of teaching resources
Please pick from the drop down menu for a lot more resources, these are just a sample of those on here.
Test analysis spreadsheet
This spreadsheet will provide question level analysis data and graphs, RAG trackers customised to your own grade boundaries.
Simply enter your own data and the spreadsheet will do the rest.
Air quality revision power-point. Quiz style
20 questions in 40 mins made up of starter and extension… (2 questions per topic) Rules of the game: 1. Working in groups of no more than 4. 2. You have 1 minute for each starter question, a correct answer is worth 5 points. 3. You have 2 minutes for each extension question, a correct answer is worth 10 points. 4. The group with the highest score will all get a phone call home… or reward of your choice.
Can you make a paperclip hover above your desk? Challenge and solution on one sheet!
Comment bank science reports - year 11
Comment bank for year 11 reports, including comments on mocks and targets. SLT seem to like mine for some reason!
OCR A2 Chem - biochemistry
lipids and membrane structure
Drawing graphs PowerPoint
A PowerPoint on the basic rules and examples for drawing bar charts and line graphs. Good for use with Key Stage 3 and reinforcement of good practice with lower ability Key Stage 4.
Balancing equations and counting atoms
PowerPoint to help with the idea of counting atoms in order to balance an equation. Step by step through the process with questions and answers.
King Kong's Hand
Practical… for either: 1- FUN! 2- Demonstrate that sodium bicarb + vinegar produces CO2 3- Gases take up more room than soilds and liquids
Naming organic compounds - the basics: IUPAC
Naming of organic compounds following IUPAC guidelines. Rules, worked examples and questions. Based on alkanes and an extension question on a basic alcohol.
Safety in Science
Safety reinforced in simple chemical reactions with all that can go wrong. Students draw a cartoon strip explaining all the hazards that they can think of in a given experiment. Currently tailored to “Safety with Acid” but can be changed to any simple chemical reaction that you have done in class.