Y7 Waves - Sound revision activities 2018 - Based on AQA KS3 Science Programme of Study

Y7 Waves - Sound revision activities 2018 - Based on AQA KS3 Science Programme of Study

Set of four linked resources (all based on the AQA KS3 Science specification) for an engaging revision lesson including: • Loop game activity – Distribute card to the class. One person reads the questions on their card, the pair with the answer read the answer followed by their question and so on until you get back to the starting pair for the final answer (16 cards in the pack). Class can be timed for improvement between start and end of lesson. Sets could be laminated for individual use or could be used as a cut and stick activity. • Broadsheet revision activity – Fill in boxes answering key questions on the topic (mostly similar to questions from loop game) • Crossword – Based on the key terms introduced in previous activities (answers provided) • Wordsearch – Based on the key terms introduced in previous activities (answers provided)
rbusby123
Y7 Waves - Light Revision activities 2018 - Based on AQA KS3 Science Programme of Study

Y7 Waves - Light Revision activities 2018 - Based on AQA KS3 Science Programme of Study

Set of four linked resources (all based on the AQA KS3 Science specification) for an engaging revision lesson including: • Loop game activity – Distribute card to the class. One person reads the questions on their card, the pair with the answer read the answer followed by their question and so on until you get back to the starting pair for the final answer (16 cards in the pack). Class can be timed for improvement between start and end of lesson. Sets could be laminated for individual use or could be used as a cut and stick activity. • Broadsheet revision activity – Fill in boxes answering key questions on the topic (mostly similar to questions from loop game) • Crossword – Based on the key terms introduced in previous activities (answers provided) • Wordsearch – Based on the key terms introduced in previous activities (answers provided)
rbusby123
Light Year 8 Topic - 5 full lessons (KS3 8J)

Light Year 8 Topic - 5 full lessons (KS3 8J)

This bundle is sufficient to teach Year 8 students the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum required learning on Light. The bundle includes five full lesson PowerPoints (containing equipment lists for suggested practicals) plus associated resources. Suggested teaching order: Reflection & Light on the Move, Refraction (practical), Uses & Effects of Refraction, Cameras, Eyes & the Spectrum of Light, Colour & Filters.
OnSpecScience
GCSE PHYSICS Wave Properties (lessons 1 to 3)

GCSE PHYSICS Wave Properties (lessons 1 to 3)

These are the first three lessons for the GCSE Physics topic Wave Properties. Lesson 1: The nature of waves Lesson 2: The properties of waves Lesson 3: Reflection and refraction These have been produced to teach AQA GCSE Combined and Triple Science. Worsheets are included in the powerpoints. When I refer to ‘text book’ our teachers and students use the Oxford textbooks in class.
bradel17
Colour and Filters Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 8Jd 8Je) Light Topic

Colour and Filters Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 8Jd 8Je) Light Topic

Full lesson PowerPoint (with practical and independent learning activities) sufficient to teach a broad range of abilities about the primary and secondary colours of light, how we see objects in different colours under different lights and how colour filters work for primary and secondary colours. Remember to download the worksheet as well as the PowerPoint! The lesson is in keeping with the current KS3 UK National Curriculum, is easily accessible for students and simple to follow for teachers.
OnSpecScience
Use and Effects of Refraction Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 8Jc) Light Topic

Use and Effects of Refraction Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 8Jc) Light Topic

Full lesson PowerPoint sufficient to teach a broad range of abilities about everyday examples and real-world applications of refraction. This lesson does not teach about the basic principles of refraction. It is a follow-up lesson designed to be delivered after my practical lesson on Refraction of Light. The lesson is in keeping with the current KS3 UK National Curriculum, is easily accessible for students and simple to follow for teachers.
OnSpecScience
Refraction of Light Practical Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 8Jc) Light Topic

Refraction of Light Practical Year 8 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 8Jc) Light Topic

Full lesson PowerPoint (with practical learning tasks) sufficient to teach a broad range of abilities about the key principles of refraction. This is best followed by my follow-up lesson on Uses of Refraction, which gives real-world context to the ideas covered in this lesson. The lesson is in keeping with the current KS3 UK National Curriculum, is easily accessible for students and simple to follow for teachers.
OnSpecScience
How does electricity flow through small objects: KS5 - Wave Machine

How does electricity flow through small objects: KS5 - Wave Machine

Scientists at the University of Oxford have been studying how electrons flow in tiny electrical components made of individual molecules. One property they are hoping to harness is the ability of individual electrons to constructively or destructively interfere. In this lesson students look at some of the other uses of interference (of light waves) and prepare a ‘news item’ about the recent discovery of gravitational waves. Learning outcomes: When two or more waves meet the effects of those waves are additive. The amplitude of the resultant wave at that point can be larger or smaller. Coherent light waves of the same frequency can interfere with each other; if they are exactly out of phase they destructively interfere, if exactly in phase they constructively interfere. Interference has practical uses such as coating lenses or building scientific instruments. See more at: www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/how-does-electricity-flow-through-small-objects
OxfordUniversity
AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) Mega Bundle - MCQs, Topic Tests, Revisions Cards - H tier

AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) Mega Bundle - MCQs, Topic Tests, Revisions Cards - H tier

A set of twenty incredibly helpful and time-saving resources for AQA GCSE Physics (9-1), covering all of the areas for paper 1 H tier. Bundle includes all MCQs, Revision Cards, Topic Tests and PowerPoints that have been written by DME Publications for AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) Paper 1. Many hundreds of questions for assessing progress, revision, study and homework. Can be printed, emailed, stored on shared area or used on the interactive whiteboard. Will save staff many hours of planning and assessment. Feedback, questions and information welcome. Contact the team at: info@dmepublications.co.uk
dmepublications
What are quantum rainnows: KS5 - Spectroscopy

What are quantum rainnows: KS5 - Spectroscopy

Scientists working on the QCUMbER project led by the University of Oxford have found ways to imprint quantum pulses of light with spectra. This would potentially allow us to send and receive more information, more securely, through fibre optic networks. A key part of the process of sending information uses spectroscopy. This is a tool used for a variety of different scientific research. In this lesson students make their own spectroscope and find out more about how emission lines are formed. Learning Outcomes: Light from various sources can be split into its component parts using prisms or diffraction gratings. Heated elements produce a set of emission lines that are characteristic to that particular element. Light from stars, including our sun, has lines in characteristic places that correspond to the emission lines seen in its component elements. See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/what-are-quantum-rainbows
OxfordUniversity
What are quantum rainbows: KS3 - Colour Coded

What are quantum rainbows: KS3 - Colour Coded

A huge amount of data is transmitted and received using light down fibre optic cables. Currently that information is sent digitally using binary code (i.e the light can be ‘on’ or ‘off’ representing 1 or 0 respectively. Scientists from the QCUMbER project, led by the University of Oxford, are looking at clever ways to encode light with more ‘colour’ options than just on or off. Increasing the number of colour options, increases the amount of information each bit of light can convey. In this resource, students learn how information can be converted into code, such as binary (using 1s and 0s), or how using colours instead of just ‘on’ and ‘off’ can allow you to encode more information with fewer ‘bits’. Learning outcomes: Data is often converted into binary/digital code For light, binary means on or off If we could use ‘colours’ we could send more data with a single bit of light See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/what-are-quantum-rainbows
OxfordUniversity
What are quantum rainbows: KS3 - how to read a rainbow

What are quantum rainbows: KS3 - how to read a rainbow

We send a huge amount of information down fibre optic cables in the form of pulses of light. Currently these light pulses are either ‘on’ or ‘off’. European scientists, lead by the University of Oxford, are looking at ways to send photons imprinted with entire spectra which would allow them to send more information at a time. In order to ‘read’ the imprinted photons they need to use spectroscopy. In this session, students will create their own spectroscope to look at natural and artificial light sources and find out about some of the other uses of spectroscopy. Learning outcomes: ‘White’ light is a mixture of different colours that can be split using prisms and diffraction gratings Sunlight appears as a continuous spectrum whereas artificial light often has bright lines of individual colours Scientists use spectroscopy as a tool for their experiments See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/what-are-quantum-rainbows
OxfordUniversity
AQA GCSE Combined Science (Trilogy) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier

AQA GCSE Combined Science (Trilogy) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier

AQA GCSE Combined Science - Physics - Electromagnetic spectrum 20 mark test. Consists of 8 multiple choice questions 2 three mark questions 1 six mark question Part of a series of 20 Topic Tests available from DME Publications covering the GCSE Physics material for Separate Science and Combined Science (Trilogy). Further questions and resources are available by emailing info@dmepublications.co.uk
dmepublications
WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum (20 marks)

WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum (20 marks)

WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Topic Test – Electromagnetic spectrum One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to gain each mark. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, waves, the electromagnetic spectrum, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the WJEC Eduqas Physics GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Topic Test - Waves (20 marks)

WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Topic Test - Waves (20 marks)

WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Topic Test – Waves One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for WJEC Eduqas GCSE Physics Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to gain each mark. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, waves, the electromagnetic spectrum, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the WJEC Eduqas Physics GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A (9-1) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier - (20 marks)

OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A (9-1) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier - (20 marks)

OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A (9-1) Topic Test – Electromagnetic spectrum One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A. Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to gain each mark. Purchase a bundle of 10 topic tests for P1 or 20 topic tests for the whole GCSE specification at a 50% saving. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, waves, the electromagnetic spectrum, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the OCR Gateway Physics GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A (9-1) - Topic Test - Waves - H tier - (20 marks)

OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A (9-1) - Topic Test - Waves - H tier - (20 marks)

OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A (9-1) Topic Test – Waves One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for OCR Gateway GCSE Physics A. Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to gain each mark. Purchase a bundle of 10 topic tests for P1 or 20 topic tests for the whole GCSE specification at a 50% saving. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, waves, the electromagnetic spectrum, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the OCR Gateway Physics GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
Edexcel GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Waves - H tier - (20 marks)

Edexcel GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Waves - H tier - (20 marks)

Edexcel GCSE Physics (9-1) Topic Test – Waves One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for Edexcel GCSE Physics. Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to gain each mark. Purchase a bundle of 10 topic tests for P1 or 20 topic tests for the whole GCSE specification at a 50% saving. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, waves, the electromagnetic spectrum, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the Edexcel GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Waves - H tier - (20 marks)

AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Waves - H tier - (20 marks)

AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) Topic Test – Waves One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for AQA GCSE Physics. Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to gain each mark. Purchase a bundle of 10 topic tests for P1 or 20 topic tests for the whole GCSE specification at a 50% saving. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, specific heat capacity, the electromagnetic spectrum, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the AQA GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
New GCSE - Physics paper 2 flashcards

New GCSE - Physics paper 2 flashcards

These flashcards are based on fact recall for Physics paper 2. They are aimed at combined science students, but easily adapted for separate science students. They are a great activity for class, homework or extended days. Relevant for both year 10 and year 11 students
ls6372
Edexcel GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier - (20 marks)

Edexcel GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier - (20 marks)

Edexcel GCSE Physics (9-1) Topic Test – Electromagnetic spectrum One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for Edexcel GCSE Physics. Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to do to gain each mark. Purchase a bundle of 10 topic tests for P1 or 20 topic tests for the whole GCSE specification at a 50% saving. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, waves, specific heat capacity, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the Edexcel GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier - (20 marks)

AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) - Topic Test - Electromagnetic spectrum - H tier - (20 marks)

AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) Topic Test – Electromagnetic spectrum One of a series of 20 tests written specifically for AQA GCSE Physics. Ideal for assessment, feedback, homework, independent study and revision. Each test is out of 20 marks and composed of: • eight multiple choice questions, • two 3 mark questions, • one 6 mark question. Full answers are provided to help students see exactly what they need to gain each mark. Purchase a bundle of 10 topic tests for P1 or 20 topic tests for the whole GCSE specification at a 50% saving. Other tests in this series include density, momentum, specific latent heat, forces and elasticity, static electricity and electric fields, pressure in gases, atomic structure, radioactive decay, fission and fusion, Newton’s laws, describing motion, waves, specific heat capacity, lenses and images, black body radiation, magnetism and electromagnetism, space physics, kinetic and potential energy. *Please note, these topic tests are designed to assess the content of the AQA GCSE specification but they are not in the format that the questions will be on the test. None of the multiple choice, 3 mark questions or 6 mark questions are past paper or sample questions – they have been written entirely by the team at DME to help teachers and students assess their knowledge and gaps and to aid with revision and exam preparation.
dmepublications
New GCSE - Physics paper 2 equations

New GCSE - Physics paper 2 equations

These flashcards are deigned to improve students recall of the equations. They are aimed at combined science and separate science students. They are a great activity for class, homework or extended days. Relevant for both year 10 and year 11 students.
ls6372
Sound

Sound

Workbook covering the basics of waves and sound. The difference between transverse and longitudinal waves, how sound is created, the difference that amplitude and frequency make to a sound.
peterwebb
Light and colour

Light and colour

Workbook for a complete topic on light and colour. The basics are covered in this workbook which looks at reflection, and refraction in a qualitative manner. It also covers how we see colour and the effect of coloured lights and filters.
peterwebb
AQA Physics Equations Quiz Pack

AQA Physics Equations Quiz Pack

This is a total of 13 quizzes, with answers that are designed to cover the 23 equations students are required to remember for the AQA specification. I also include exam question style questions, units questions and a few of the given equations as well. Answers are provided at the end. (sometimes in letter form, sometimes in word form) I used these as starters once a week with my year 11 classes last year and I kept a running tally of scores for my classes. It really helped cement their equation revision! At £10, you are getting these starters for less than £1 per resource. They take approximately 10-15 mins to complete and mark, to this is in total over 3 hours of lesson resources.
PerigeeScienceResources
igcse question bank topic by topic

igcse question bank topic by topic

This 600 pages question bank includes multiple and extended questions with their mark schemes. Topics are ordered to be compatiple with Cambridge Igcse Physics book written by David Sang.
mutlu_phys
The Eye & Vision Problems

The Eye & Vision Problems

Slideshow that looks at: The Human eye: parts of the eye (cornea, iris, lens, and retina) and their purpose. Some optical illusions (inverted colours, blind spot) Vision problems: myopia (short-sightedness) and hyperopia (long-sightedness), and diagrams of how light interacts with an eye with these conditions and how they are corrected with lenses. Suitable for the Year 9 Physical Science course in the Australian Curriculum. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
TB15