Circuit calculations (in series and parallel)

Circuit calculations (in series and parallel)

A detailed lesson presentation which guides students through calculating the current, potential difference and resistance in series and parallel circuits. The lesson begins by challenging the students to recognise whether three displayed facts relate to series or parallel circuits. Students are then given a chance to remind themselves of the differences between the circuits in terms of these three physical factors. The rest of the lesson uses a step-by-step guide format to show the students how to work through a circuit calculation by combining their knowledge of the circuit with application of the V = IR equation. Progress checks have been written throughout the lesson so that students can constantly assess their understanding. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students
GJHeducation
Particle Physics AS Full Spec PPT

Particle Physics AS Full Spec PPT

Particle Physics AS Full Spec PPT Broken into 5 sections: 1.1 inside the atom 1.2 stable and unstable nuclei 1.3 Photons 1.4 Particles and Antiparticles 1.5 Particle interactions Homework activites are included. Excellent resource.
curranb7
AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.5-6.7 Paper 2 Physics Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.5-6.7 Paper 2 Physics Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons per quiz depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.7 Magnetism and Electromagnetism Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.7 Magnetism and Electromagnetism Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
Stopping distances

Stopping distances

A fully-resourced lesson that looks at the meaning of thinking, braking and stopping distances and focuses on the factors that would cause each of them to increase. The lesson includes an engaging lesson presentation (45 slides) and an associated worksheet for the calculations. The lesson begins by introducing the term stopping distance and then challenging students to recognise that both the distance travelled during the driver’s reaction time and under the braking force will contribute to this. Students are constantly challenged to think about the factors that would cause either the thinking or braking distance to increase and to be able to explain why scientifically. Moving forwards, the mathematical element that is associated with this topic is explored as students are shown how to calculate the braking distance at different speeds as well as convert between speeds in miles per hour and metres per second. There is also a set homework included as part of the lesson. There are regular progress checks written into the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson has been written for GCSE students but could be used with those at KS3.
GJHeducation
Intro Kinematics Bundle

Intro Kinematics Bundle

Intro Kinematics Bundle Challenge your students with original practice problems for displacement & distance, velocity, and acceleration. These exercises make the perfect set of homework assignments or handouts to use when teaching these skills. Each one comes with a detailed answer key with each problem solved step by step. This bundle includes 3 separate assignments. The links to each individual product included can be found below. There you can see each product in more detail.
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Energy Practice Problem Bundle (Spanish Version) Energía Mecánica

Energy Practice Problem Bundle (Spanish Version) Energía Mecánica

**Paquete Energía Mecánica ** ELL Support for Energy Practice Problem Bundle Available in English here Challenge your students to master energy physics problems with this premiere practice problem bundle! It includes 3 of my best energy worksheets and discounted it for those interested in all of them. All 3 problem sets were updated in January 2018, and this bundle now includes the expanded versions!
integrationscience
Energy Practice Problem Bundle

Energy Practice Problem Bundle

**Energy Practice Problem Bundle ** Available in Spanish here Challenge your students to master energy physics problems with this premiere practice problem bundle! It includes 3 of my best energy worksheets and discounted it for those interested in all of them. All 3 problem sets were updated in January 2018, and this bundle now includes the expanded versions!
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Inspiring interest in radio communications

Inspiring interest in radio communications

SDRplay provide a “software defined radio” (SDR) which turns a Raspberry Pi or PC into a full communications receiver capable of picking up radio signals across the spectrum from long waves to microwaves. All you need is the SDR and a simple antenna which is often just a length of wire. This simple tutorial can help a class pick up signals for themselves: https://youtu.be/JvP8t8aPmRw and this inspiring video shows how a class can pick up actual pictures from the International Space Station (first the class can practice on other signals and when they are ready, they can time their listening for when the ISS is transmitting pictures and passing overhead. See: https://youtu.be/vRwH0FlH9MA Potentially SDRplay can lend a school an RSP1A, or they can be bought with educational discount by emailing jon.hudson@sdrplay.com (SDRplay co-founder)
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AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.6 Waves Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.6 Waves Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.5 Forces Quiz

AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 6.5 Forces Quiz

Want to quickly and easily review a chapter of the AQA Combined Science Trilogy specification? Want to be able to lead pupils to a targeted revision list to enable them to close their gaps? This revision resource consists of a range of questions across the specific specification points. There are a minimum of two questions per spec code. The specification document has been closely used to guarantee the correct use of terminology and phrasing. This leads to pupils then self-marking after each sub topic. This will consist of them marking and noting the identified spec code in a WWW or EBI list. Once the quiz is completed they will then follow the instructions to create their own personalised review of the full quiz and self-generate their personalised revision list by specification name using the supplied list. This activity is 1-2 lessons depending on the depth of revision time you allow the pupils though these tasks can be class or homework. Lesson plan included.
WHAM_Education
Christmas Science

Christmas Science

A selection of Christmas themed Science lessons, including designing and testing hand warmers for Santa and turning pennies into gold. Most of these resources are my own, some ideas and resources have been borrowed from others. However, I have pooled resources to make a bank of Christmas themed science lessons, so science can be taught right up until the end of term.
jkitchiner
Electromagnetic Waves

Electromagnetic Waves

A fully-resourced lesson that looks at the 7 electromagnetic waves, their differences, similarities and uses. The lesson includes an engaging presentation (54 slides) and associated worksheets. The lesson begins with a number of engaging activities to get the students to find out the names of the 7 waves in the spectrum. Students will be challenged to use their knowledge of the properties of waves to explain why they have been arranged in this particular order. Moving forwards, some time is taken to ensure that students recognise the similarities of the waves. The rest of the lesson focuses on the uses of the waves and a homework is also set to get students to increase the number of uses that they know for each wave. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding at critical points. This lesson has primarily been designed for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK) but could be used with students at KS3 who are doing a project
GJHeducation
Science Quiz Template (Sample Questions, Auto Timed, Easy to Change)

Science Quiz Template (Sample Questions, Auto Timed, Easy to Change)

This is a resource that I created for my KS3 classes to revise topics and lead fun quizzes. The quiz is easily changed to suit the requirement for the lesson and I find that the format works well. Student’s play ‘rounds’ and each question is automatically displayed for a set period of time before the next question, I have found this holds the pace of the quiz well and engages students. The timings for each question can be easily changed or removed in the ‘transitions tab’. This resource comes with a sample of questions set already and the accompanying ‘team worksheet’.
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Conservation of M.E. (Spanish Version) Conservación de la Energía Mecánica

Conservation of M.E. (Spanish Version) Conservación de la Energía Mecánica

Conservación de la Energía Mecánica ELL Support for Conservation of Mechanical Energy Practice Problems Available in English here This practice problem set is designed to provide practice for students using their knowledge of the conservation of energy to substitute values between the formulas for kinetic and gravitational potential energy to solve problems. It includes 8 original problems and one example plus 2 multi-step pendulum problems. Complete with elaborated answer key! NGSS Correlation: HS-PS3-2
integrationscience
End of term Science quiz

End of term Science quiz

End of term Science quiz. Suitable for both KS3 and KS4. 5 rounds of 10 questions. totalling 50 questions. Rounds include: Name the Scientist (pictures spread over two slides) Name the Element ( 10 dingbats over 3 slides ) Music (written lyrics to songs with a Science related word in title or artist nameover two slides) Films (pictures from Science related films spread over two slides) General Knowledge. General knowledge round has differentiated slides for KS3 and KS4 which are all linked to the 2016 GCSE curriculum/2014 KS3 national curriculum. All rounds link to Science in some way Each round is on as few slides as possible to enable good behaviour for learning which allows different groups to work through at different paces if needed. All answers included. Easy to lead by teacher
makingsciencecool
PHYSICS PAPER 1 NEW AQA 9-1 GCSE ALL POSSIBLE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

PHYSICS PAPER 1 NEW AQA 9-1 GCSE ALL POSSIBLE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

This bundle resource includes a list of the possible questions and answers that could be asked in the new 9-1 GCSE style exams for AQA Physics PAPER 1 ONLY. This resource is targeted at teachers who can encourage pupils to use these questions as they are or even turn them into cue cards which have been proven as an efficient revision resource for many pupils. If you’d prefer purchasing the Q & As for a single topic, feel free to check out the links to those below. Note: The page references are for the CGP Physics Book (purely so that answers can be explored in more detail if pupils are ever confused). However, the book is not essential.
abipathmanathan
GCSE Science - Sketch Graphs

GCSE Science - Sketch Graphs

A worksheet to give practice of drawing sketch graphs for the new GCSE Sciences, Biology, CHemistry and Physics. This teaches students how to draw a sketch graph then there is practise for them to have a go at. Answers are included! There is also a YouTube video instructing them on how to draw a sketch graph - this could all be set for homework.
ncrumpton
Electric circuit symbols

Electric circuit symbols

A variety of resources for the new AQA GCSE Physics syllabus on electric circuit symbols. There’s a Tarsia activity, a table for students to write in the name of the component and its function. There’s also a diagram which requires the components of an electric circuit to be labelled. Answers to all resources are included.
polarity24
AQA GCSE Physics (1-9) SPACE 5 worksheets

AQA GCSE Physics (1-9) SPACE 5 worksheets

Check out our full range of resources for pupils and teachers at www.physicsbootcamp.co.uk This is a set of 5 worksheets (with answers) for the SPACE section of the new (1-9) AQA Physics GCSE specification. It is suitable for the separate science or trilogy path Our best value deal is the full space package including a detailed scheme of work and all our resources. Why not check it out in our shop now? The worksheets in this set cover the following topics: 1 Solar System and Beyond 2 Life of Stars 3 Satellites 4 Red Shift 5 Big Bang Physics Boot Camp resources are created by a team of specialist teachers with decades of experience helping pupils of all abilities to improve their grades. We produce resources for pupils and teachers. Check out the full selection at www.physicsbootcamp.co.uk Why don’t you (and your pupils) follow us on social media for daily science revision? Facebook - facebook.com/GCSEsciencerevision Twitter - twitter.com/sci_revision Instagram - instagram.com/sciencerevision Youtube - youtube.com/sciencerevision1 Snapchat - snapchat.com/add/sciencerevision
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AQA GCSE Physics (1-9) SPACE 5 powerpoint presentations

AQA GCSE Physics (1-9) SPACE 5 powerpoint presentations

Check out our full range of resources for pupils and teachers at www.physicsbootcamp.co.uk This is a set of 5 powerpoint presentations for the SPACE section of the new (1-9) AQA Physics GCSE specification. It is suitable for the separate science or trilogy path Our best value deal is the full space package including a detailed scheme of work and all our resources. Why not check it out in our shop now? The presentations in this set cover the following topics: 1 Solar System and Beyond 2 Life of Stars 3 Satellites 4 Red Shift 5 Big Bang Physics Boot Camp resources are created by a team of specialist teachers with decades of experience helping pupils of all abilities to improve their grades. We produce resources for pupils and teachers. Check out the full selection at www.physicsbootcamp.co.uk Why don’t you (and your pupils) follow us on social media for daily science revision? Facebook - facebook.com/GCSEsciencerevision Twitter - twitter.com/sci_revision Instagram - instagram.com/sciencerevision Youtube - youtube.com/sciencerevision1 Snapchat - snapchat.com/add/sciencerevision
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AQA GCSE Physics (1-9) SPACE Scheme of Work (full lesson plans and resources)

AQA GCSE Physics (1-9) SPACE Scheme of Work (full lesson plans and resources)

Check out our full range of resources for pupils and teachers at www.physicsbootcamp.co.uk This is a full scheme of work (including resources) for the SPACE section of the new (1-9) AQA Physics GCSE specification. It is suitable for the separate science or trilogy path The scheme of work contains 5 detailed lesson plans, each including: Learning outcomes Lesson content AQA specification reference Key questions Key words Resources list Video links The full package also includes: Homework booklet and markscheme - 3 sections, 9 questions, referenced in the scheme of work Worksheets for every lesson, including answers Powerpoint presentations for every lesson Marking criteria / pupil feedback forms for 3 written tasks in the space unit Key words list Pupil checklist of learning outcomes for the unit Video list - curated list of youtube videos for each lesson Lesson titles: 1 Solar System and Beyond 2 Life of Stars 3 Satellites 4 Red Shift 5 Big Bang Physics Boot Camp resources are created by a team of specialist teachers with decades of experience helping pupils of all abilities to improve their grades. We produce resources for pupils and teachers. Check out the full selection at www.physicsbootcamp.co.uk Why don’t you (and your pupils) follow us on social media for daily science revision? Facebook - facebook.com/GCSEsciencerevision Twitter - twitter.com/sci_revision Instagram - instagram.com/sciencerevision Youtube - youtube.com/sciencerevision1 Snapchat - snapchat.com/add/sciencerevision
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