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NEW TOPIC! KS3 Science (Chemistry): Earth Structure
19 April @ 10:00 am - 10:50 am BST£7.50 – £45.00
KS3 Science – Earth structure
These live and interactive lessons are based on the KS3 Science National Curriculum, they will help students prepare for GCSE Chemistry or other similar qualifications.
The lessons are typically suited to students aged approximately 10-14 years of age. Small groups (capped at 10) ensure students get the opportunity to interact with the tutor and have their questions answered.
Lessons can be taken as a whole topic (recommended) or individually, if preferred, as they are written to make sense on a lesson by lesson basis.
Lesson 1 (Mon 19 April): Formation of the Earth and Moon – learn what happened 4.5 billion years ago to form the Earth
Lesson 2 (Mon 26 April): Changing continents – learn about Pangaea, tectonic plates, volcanoes and earthquakes
Lesson 3 (Mon 3 May): Types of rocks – learn how to identify igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks
Lesson 4 (Mon 10 May): The Rock Cycle – learn how weathering and erosion affect rocks
Lesson 5 (Mon 17 May): Ores and minerals – learn about these valuable rocks and how to find them
Lesson 6 (Mon 24 May): Fossils – learn how they’re formed and how to find them
- Lesson titles are a guide only, exact content may vary (lessons aren’t all written at the time of posting and are tailored to suit a particular group).
- Please ensure the Zoom name of the learner matches that entered on the ticket below. Their Zoom name is their ‘password’ to enter the lesson. Incorrectly named students may not be admitted to the lesson.
- Learners are advised to join the Zoom room at least 10 minutes before the start of the lesson. Assistance with IT difficulties is not possible once the lesson has started.
- Ticket sales will end at least one hour before the lesson is due to start.
Andy is a qualified and experienced science teacher who has worked as both a secondary school teacher and a private tutor since 2009. He has also worked in research for the NHS and in CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services). Andy’s love of science started as a child when he used to create fact files about plants and animals. Andy is interested in all types of science from Astronomy to Zoology and likes to help his students link their learning to everyday life. Andy is a co-founder of Tutor Led Learning.
How to Join
Joining lessons is easy:
- Find the ticket we emailed you for this lesson (check junk/spam if you can’t find it)
- Click the Zoom* link in the ticket and join the lesson!
*We strongly recommend downloading and testing out Zoom before using it for the lesson. Your child is advised to use a computer, laptop or tablet to access the lesson. Some tutors may encourage the use of cameras and microphones but it will always be optional.
It’s important to be nice…
We treat all members of our community with respect and expect our students to do the same. We will not tolerate any abusive language or behaviour towards either students or tutors and we may remove students who behave inappropriately from any lesson without warning.