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
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
The Electromagnetic Spectrum

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Slideshow that looks at: The electromagnetic spectrum: definition, properties, and a diagram. Suitable for the Year 9 Physical Science course in the Australian Curriculum. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
TB15
P5 Waves Powerpoint: GCSE Physics OCR Gateway (Grade 9-1)

P5 Waves Powerpoint: GCSE Physics OCR Gateway (Grade 9-1)

A Powerpoint suitable for Triple Science (Grade 9-1) students and teachers for revision of the fifth physics module in the OCR Gateway (Grade 9-1) exam specification. The Powerpoint covers a wide variety of material from properties of waves to lenses and images. All materials are taken from class notes or the following references. References: Parsons, R. 2016, GCSE Physics for OCR Gateway (Grade 9-1) Revision Guide, CGP Reynolds, H. 2016, OCR Gateway GCSE Physics Student Book, Oxford University Press
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NEW GCSE AQA Science Required Practical Booklets 9-1

NEW GCSE AQA Science Required Practical Booklets 9-1

These student friendly handbooks are for the NEW AQA (9-1) Chemistry GCSE . These follow a similar layout and pattern I have used for the free revision and paid revision mats from my shop. All required practicals from each science has 2 booklets for each exam for AQA. Samples of the booklets can be found using the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sample-new-aqa-science-required-practical-handbook-9-1-11945258 These include a how to guide for each practical, practical information and questions regarding the methods and techniques used in each practical. There is also graph paper included in this booklet. References for the ‘working scientifically’, ‘mathematical skills’ and ‘apparatus and techniques’ requirements for each practical. Biology: Paper 1 booklet: Microscopy Microbiology (Biology) Osmosis Food Tests Enzymes Photosynthesis Paper 2 booklet: Reaction Time Plant Responses (Biology) Field Investigation (Quadrats) Field Investigation (Transects) Decay (Biology) Chemistry: Paper 1 booklet: Making Salts Neutralisation (Chemistry Electrolysis Temperature Change Paper 2 booklet: Rates of Reaction Chromatography Identifying Ions (Chemistry) Water Purification Physics: Paper 1 booklet: Specific Heat Capacity Thermal Insulation (Physics) Resistance I-V Characteristics Density Paper 2 booklet: Force and Extension Acceleration Waves Light (Physics) Radiation and Absorption I have not included exam questions for copyright reasons, so exam questions would make this booklet even better (use exampro for this). Hope these booklets are useful and please edit as much as you like to fit your need.
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NEW AQA Physics Required Practical Handbook 9-1

NEW AQA Physics Required Practical Handbook 9-1

These student friendly handbooks are for the NEW AQA (9-1) Physics GCSE . These follow a similar layout and pattern I have used for the free revision and paid revision mats from my shop. Samples of these booklets can be found using the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sample-new-aqa-science-required-practical-handbook-9-1-11945258 These include a how to guide for each practical, practical information and questions regarding the methods and techniques used in each practical. There is also graph paper included in this booklet. References for the ‘working scientifically’, ‘mathematical skills’ and ‘apparatus and techniques’ requirements for each practical. Paper 1 booklet: Specific Heat Capacity Thermal Insulation (Physics) Resistance I-V Characteristics Density Paper 2 booklet: Force and Extension Acceleration Waves Light (Physics) Radiation and Absorption I have not included exam questions for copyright reasons, so exam questions would make this booklet even better (use exampro for this). I have also created a bundle that contains all the required practicals for each subject and can be found using the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-gcse-aqa-science-required-practical-booklets-9-1-11945151
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ASTRONOMICAL REFRACTING TELESCOPE and REFLECTING TELESCOPE

ASTRONOMICAL REFRACTING TELESCOPE and REFLECTING TELESCOPE

This powerpoint begins by showing how light rays travel through a convex lens and how they form an image… As an illustration of the use of a convex lens it includes showing how the camera and the magnifying glass each form an image. It then goes on to show, step by step, how rays of light travel through an astronomical refracting telescope. It also shows how the angular magnification can be found. The second powerpoint shows how light rays travel tthrough a Cassegrain reflecting telescope. Rays are drawn in stages to show all the steps in constructing an accurate ray diagram.
davidjohnba
CONVERGING and DIVERGING LENSES

CONVERGING and DIVERGING LENSES

This powerpoint shows how light rays travel through convex and concave lenses. It also shows the formation of images with the object at different distances from each type of lens. As an illustration of the use of a convex lens it includes showing how the camera and the magnifying glass each form an image. Rays are drawn in stages to show all the steps in constructing an accurate ray diagram.
davidjohnba
TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION

TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION

The first powerpoint uses rays travelling from glass into air and from water into air to illustrate TIR. Includes critical angle and critical ray. As an example of a use of TIR there is also a slide showing how light totally internally reflects along an optical fibre and illustrates the need for cladding glass. The second powerpoint shows how you can find the critical angle using a semicircular glass block and gives the two conditions necessary for TIR to occur. The third powerpoint is meant to reinforce the concept of TIR. It shows how 45 degree prisms can be used to turn a light ray through 90 degrees and through 180 degrees. A non-45 degree prism is used to further reinforce the concept of TIR. Rays are drawn in stages to show all the steps in constructing an accurate ray diagram.
davidjohnba
REFRACTION of LIGHT through GLASS and WATER

REFRACTION of LIGHT through GLASS and WATER

This powerpoint shows how a ray of light refracts into and out of a parallel sided glass block. Includes normal, angle of incidence and angle of refraction. It also explains why water looks shallower than it really is, including real and apparent depth. (It also shows how spear fishermen will miss a fish if they aim for the image!)
davidjohnba
REFLECTION of LIGHT in a PLANE MIRROR

REFLECTION of LIGHT in a PLANE MIRROR

This powerpoint shows how rays reflect off a plane mirror. It explains how to draw an accurate ray diagram and image. It includes lateral inversion. Third and last slide shows how Pepper’s Ghost illusion works.
davidjohnba
WAVE REFRACTION ANIMATION

WAVE REFRACTION ANIMATION

Short powerpoint animation of waves being refracted through a glass block. Going from air to glass to air. Teacher demonstration. Suitable for KS 3, KS 4 and KS 5. Teacher demonstration. Suitable for KS 3, KS 4 and KS 5.
davidjohnba
Year 7 knowledge organisers

Year 7 knowledge organisers

Three knowledge organisers for Light, Sound and waves for the new key stage 3 AQA specification. These could be used for revision or as homework.
Bioski
year 7 and 8 end of topic tests

year 7 and 8 end of topic tests

A collection of year 7 and 8 key stage 3 end of topic assessments for the new AQA syllabus. For the use at the end or start of the lesson, each test should last between 5 and 10 minutes based on the ability of the class. Have been used across the department as standardised assessments for Key stage 3.
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