GCSE Science 9-1 - OCR Gateway GCSE Chemistry 9-1 Teacher Pack: (Download edition)

ebook

Written by a team of expert authors for the 2016 specification, this book provides a ‘go-to’ guide to support teachers throughout the OCR Gateway GCSE Chemistry course. Teach with confidence using an introduction to the new specification, schemes of work and a comprehensive set of editable lesson plans and worksheets.

  • Written by experienced teachers for the new 2016 specification
  • Detailed lesson plans, with learning objectives, learning outcomes and a clear teaching and learning cycle that introduces, challenges, embeds and consolidates ideas and understanding
  • Supports all students to make good progress, with three levels of differentiation in every lesson plan
  • Stretches more able students with extend activities in every lesson
  • Ready to use worksheets and practical sheets for recording investigative work
  • Technician’s notes with equipment lists and set-up instructions for practicals
  • Flexible Scheme of Work to help you introduce and plan for the new specification

RRP: £125.00

ISBN

978-0-00-865370-5

Publication Date

19-04-2023

Format

ebook

Pages

176 pages

Author

Series edited by Ed Walsh

Ed Walsh is Science Adviser in Cornwall and the Series Editor for Collins KS3 Science. He has contributed to Collins KS4 Science books supporting courses from AQA, EdExcel and OCR, and has written materials for the Secondary National Strategy. Ed was a teacher for 20 years, 12 as subject leader, and has taught in Manchester, South Wales and Cornwall. He is a regular provider of CPD events at ASE Conferences.

Product Description

Written by a team of expert authors for the 2016 specification, this book provides a ‘go-to’ guide to support teachers throughout the OCR Gateway GCSE Chemistry course. Teach with confidence using an introduction to the new specification, schemes of work and a comprehensive set of editable lesson plans and worksheets.

  • Written by experienced teachers for the new 2016 specification
  • Detailed lesson plans, with learning objectives, learning outcomes and a clear teaching and learning cycle that introduces, challenges, embeds and consolidates ideas and understanding
  • Supports all students to make good progress, with three levels of differentiation in every lesson plan
  • Stretches more able students with extend activities in every lesson
  • Ready to use worksheets and practical sheets for recording investigative work
  • Technician’s notes with equipment lists and set-up instructions for practicals
  • Flexible Scheme of Work to help you introduce and plan for the new specification

ISBN

978-0-00-865370-5

Publication Date

19-04-2023

Format

ebook

Pages

176 pages

Product Description

Written by a team of expert authors for the 2016 specification, this book provides a ‘go-to’ guide to support teachers throughout the OCR Gateway GCSE Chemistry course. Teach with confidence using an introduction to the new specification, schemes of work and a comprehensive set of editable lesson plans and worksheets.

  • Written by experienced teachers for the new 2016 specification
  • Detailed lesson plans, with learning objectives, learning outcomes and a clear teaching and learning cycle that introduces, challenges, embeds and consolidates ideas and understanding
  • Supports all students to make good progress, with three levels of differentiation in every lesson plan
  • Stretches more able students with extend activities in every lesson
  • Ready to use worksheets and practical sheets for recording investigative work
  • Technician’s notes with equipment lists and set-up instructions for practicals
  • Flexible Scheme of Work to help you introduce and plan for the new specification

Author

Series edited by Ed Walsh

Ed Walsh is Science Adviser in Cornwall and the Series Editor for Collins KS3 Science. He has contributed to Collins KS4 Science books supporting courses from AQA, EdExcel and OCR, and has written materials for the Secondary National Strategy. Ed was a teacher for 20 years, 12 as subject leader, and has taught in Manchester, South Wales and Cornwall. He is a regular provider of CPD events at ASE Conferences.