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Complete schemes of work, lesson plans and powerpoints to teach Science, written by a current Head of Physics rated Outstanding in his teaching and currently working at a school rated Outstanding by OfSted

Complete schemes of work, lesson plans and powerpoints to teach Science, written by a current Head of Physics rated Outstanding in his teaching and currently working at a school rated Outstanding by OfSted

This is a lesson and PowerPoint revising and summarising the Particle Model of Matter. This is the eighth lesson in the Particle Model unit of work (P3).
The lesson quickly recaps lessons 1 - 7 from this unit (which are available on this site and as a bundle) and covers the theories of solids, liquids and gases; the particle diagrams, density, specific heat capacity, specific latent heat and a qualitative assessment of the gas law.
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This is a detailed lesson and PowerPoint explaining specific latent heat. This is the sixth lesson in the Particle Model unit of work (P3).
The lesson covers the latent heat of fusion and vaporization including the formula and calculation as well as a clear explanation of the theory. Included in the lesson plan are homework ideas and extension for the most able.
The lesson plan is step by step including extension ideas and the learning objectives linked directly to the syllabus.
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This is a lesson and PowerPoint recapping Specific Heat Capacity. This is the fifth lesson in the Particle Model unit of work (P3).
The lesson links the theories of solids, liquids and gases and the particle model to specific heat capacity. The PowerPoint explains the formula for specific heat capacity and contains a simple table for pupils to test their mathematical skills against.
The lesson plan is step by step including extension ideas and the learning objectives linked directly to the syllabus.
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This is a lesson and PowerPoint introducing the history and development of the model of the atom. This is the third lesson in the Atomic Structure unit of work (P4).
The lesson covers the main scientists that have built up the theory of the atom over the centuries. The idea of theories and how they are developed and refined is discussed and some ideas for classroom activities are also included.
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This is a detailed lesson and PowerPoint introducing the Structure of an Atom. This is the first lesson in the Atomic Structure unit of work (P4).
The lesson covers the sizes of atoms, nuclei and the idea that mass is found primarily in the nucleus. There is an idea for a demonstration to calculate the upper limit on the size of an atom. Electron energy level changes due to absorption and emission of electromagnetic radiation is also discussed
The lesson plan is step by step including extension ideas and the learning objectives linked directly to the syllabus.
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This covers the Lessons (that are all available individually):
Structure of an atom
Mass number and isotopes
Development of the Atomic Model
Radioactive Decay
Alpha, beta and gamma
Properties of Radiation
Nuclear Equations
Half Life
Radioactive Waste
Background Radiation
Fission
Fusion

This is a complete set of 10 power points and planned lessons that cover the unit of work for Science / Physics on the Particle Model of Matter. This includes:
Introduction to the particle model
Calculating Density
Required Practical (Measuring Density)
Change of state
Specific Heat Capacity
Specific Latent Heat
Pressure in Gases
Summary / Review lesson (Trilogy content)
Boyle's Law
Increasing gas pressure

This is a lesson and PowerPoint revising and summarizing the Particle Model of Matter. This is the eighth lesson in the Particle Model unit of work (P3).
The lesson quickly recaps lessons 1 - 7 from this unit (which are available on this site and as a bundle) and covers the theories of solids, liquids and gases; the particle diagrams, density, specific heat capacity, specific latent heat and a qualitative assessment of the gas law.
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This is a detailed lesson and PowerPoint introducing the Particle Model of Matter. This is the first lesson in the Particle Model unit of work (P3).
The lesson covers the theories of solids, liquids and gases; the particle diagrams for them and a qualitative assessment of density in the three states of matter.
The lesson plan is step by step including extension ideas and the learning objectives linked directly to the syllabus.

This is a detailed lesson and PowerPoint introducing atomic number, mass number, isotopes and ions. This is the second lesson in the Atomic Structure unit of work (P4).
The lesson covers the diagrams and standard method of listing elements, ascertaining isotopes and understanding the charges on atoms and ions. There is a detailed lesson plan with notes on teaching, a PowerPoint to support the lesson and a worksheet to aid in delivery / test understanding.
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