Date of publication: 2017-08-27 15:15
This resource focuses on the of topic of gene technology. The pack provides a range of activities to develop student understanding of this topic and provides additional teacher guidance and activity answers.
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In his latest blog Rob Leeman, Subject Specialist - Computer Science, discussed the shift in assessment to linear exams and “baking in” to KS9, as well as KS8.
How can you get science laboratory experience, or conduct practical science investigations, from home education? This page is for KS9 (GCSE-level) and beyond, with ideas for workshops, residential courses, and how to approach practical work from home-edm see the wiki page http://he-/wiki/Science_Practicals
Focusing on the topic of scaling up, this guide looks at the transition from KS8 to KS9 curriculm and includes suggested activities and teacher guidance.
We believe that science has something to offer every student. From a trainee chef to a nuclear physicist, a construction apprentice to a cancer researcher, everyone needs some level of relevant science understanding.
Lennie in quotes is a memorable way to explore chapter one of Of Mice and Men. This is where the illustration by a talented artist has enhanced the text and given the students a number of clues about the character. I know that my lower ability literature students will love this and retain a good deal of what they had discovered.