Distance Speed Time - Two Part Journeys

Distance Speed Time - Two Part Journeys

Warm Up If a single journey is split into two parts then we have distances, speeds and times associated with each part of the journey but also for the journey as a whole. The early problems involve all 9 measures (3 distances, 3 speeds and 3 times) but only 4 are given. Students must fill in the remaining 5. Main Investigation The later questions require students to think about the connection between all 9 measures in more generality. Other details Read the file labelled Read Me first!
mattfriend1
Speed and density worksheets (with solutions)

Speed and density worksheets (with solutions)

A collection of three worksheets. Two worksheets on applying the formula of speed to calculate unknown speeds, distances and times and one worksheet on applying the formula of density to calculate unknown densities, volumes and masses. Detailed solutions are provided. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Speed worksheet no 2 (with solutions)

Speed worksheet no 2 (with solutions)

A worksheet on applying the formula of speed to calculate speeds, distances and times. Detailed solutions are provided. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

This source contains; 1. Motion in One Dimension - Freely Falling Objects - PPT This resource contains 24 slides; - Freely Falling Objects; (Release, fall, drop, thrown or jumping directly downwards & upwards questions) (Answer key) - Free Fall Problems solving strategies, - Physics around us… - Review, - HW. 2. Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion - PPT This resource contains 16 slides; - PROJECTILE; (Questions AND Answer key) - Physics around us… - Review, 3. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Teachers Note This document has 4 pages New Teachers can use this document as a lesson plan. 4. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Question Bank This Source contains 2 pages, (30 questions) Questions are about; - Motion in One Dimension - Free Falling Objects - Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. To attract attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
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Bundle - Vectors, Force, Kinematics

Bundle - Vectors, Force, Kinematics

This source includes; Vectors - Force & Pythagorean Theorem - PPT This PPT includes; (40 slides) - Objectives - Scalar and Vector Quantities • Representing Vectors • Equality of Vectors • Negative of a Vector • Multiplication and Division of Vectors by Scalars • Addition of Vectors • Subtraction of Vectors • Components of a Vector • Pythagorean Theorem - Why is direction important? - How can we define a FORCE? - How to add or subtract the FORCES - Physics around us... - Questions with answers - Review - HW To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. 2. Vectors & Kinematics – Exam This EXAM PAPER includes 8 pages, (4 Groups) Questions are about; - Quantities (Scalar & Vector Quantities), - How to add or subtract the VECTORS and FORCES - Pythagorean Theorem - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? (speed, velocity, distance, displacement, acceleration etc.) - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. 3. Vectors & Kinematics – QUIZ This EXAM PAPER includes 15 questions with Answer Sheet, (2 pages) Questions are about; - Quantities (Scalar & Vector Quantities), - How to add or subtract the VECTORS and FORCES - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? (speed, velocity, distance, displacement, acceleration etc.) - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. 4. VECTORS - Quiz This EXAM PAPER includes; - 4 pages, (2 Groups) - Quantities, - Scalar & Vector Quantities, - Why direction is important? - How can we define a FORCE? - How to add or subtract the FORCES - Pythagorean Theorem - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? - Vector Addition; - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC) Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.
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Vectors & Kinematics – QUIZ

Vectors & Kinematics – QUIZ

This EXAM PAPER includes 15 questions with Answer Sheet, (6 pages) Questions are about; - Quantities (Scalar & Vector Quantities), - How to add or subtract the VECTORS and FORCES - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? (speed, velocity, distance, displacement, acceleration etc.) - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
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Vectors & Kinematics – Exam

Vectors & Kinematics – Exam

This EXAM PAPER includes 8 pages, (4 Groups) Questions are about; - Quantities (Scalar & Vector Quantities), - How to add or subtract the VECTORS and FORCES - Phythagorean Theorem - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? (speed, velocity, distance, displacement, acceleration etc.) - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
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Kinematics - Motion - Exam

Kinematics - Motion - Exam

This source includes; - 15 questions with Answer sheet (6 pages.) - Questions are about Distance, Displacement, Speed, Velocity, etc. You should install these Fonts for these documents; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
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A-level Physics top resources

A-level Physics top resources

These are all my published resources for teaching A-level Physics. There are some really fun and engaging activities. Worked answers are always given to question sheets.
bennyjohn5
Velocity-Time graphs

Velocity-Time graphs

This power point has a series of worked examples to demonstrate how students can find the distance traveled or the acceleration of an object by means of finding the (approximate) area under the curve or the gradient of the tangent drawn to the curve.
sjcooper
Kinematics with Vectors

Kinematics with Vectors

A couple of tough A level Maths questions on the topic of Kinematics. They address the fact that this specific style of question on this topic is not particularly well catered for in many texts. Certainly appropriate for module Mechanics 1 with AQA.
mchadder
Kinematics consolidation game - Space Race

Kinematics consolidation game - Space Race

I like to play games with the students for consolidation lessons. This one is intended to consolidate learning on Kinematics (plus a bit of Core 1) through group work. All questions have been adapted to match the theme and split into different stages of rocket testing. The aim of the game is for the team to build the highest tower - each correct answer submitted wins a flag block for the team, to be collected by dragging from the side of the Notebook file to the ground. The teacher needs only check the answer against the provided solutions, though may provide hints if teams submit a 'help token' (these aren't completely necessary to the game but provide an extra incentive for student discussion on difficult points). I tend to print help tokens on coloured card to make it more fun (colour = fun). I had some music attached to make it a bit more interesting but it was too large to upload - Star Wars music throughout works well and is apt now with the renewed interest in the franchise. I have made other forms of this game based around other themes (including holidays - Christmas, Easter), any of which can be applied to any topic. I will upload others at some point. Please comment and leave a rating if you download. I would appreciate any feedback. Let me know if there's anything unclear, as I am aware there is quite a bit in there. (I promise, they do like it!)
Galois314
KS3 /GCSE: Three day eventing - speed calculations

KS3 /GCSE: Three day eventing - speed calculations

This entry / starter activity allows extension into some interesting mechanics type work which can be solved in different ways. Comments on this are under the slides in the powerpoint - there is an M1 starter activity too. I am intending to use this as a taster of post 16 maths for Higher GCSE students. These are part of the 2012 Olympics Maths resources contained in three files in my resources area. Regularly updated - an excel file has also been updated that you could search for relevant files without downloading everything!
Kentishman