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AQA A-Level Physics Thermals (States of matter and Cooling curves)

AQA A-Level Physics Thermals (States of matter and Cooling curves)

2 powerpoints for lesson ONLY FOR £2. Part of the AQA A-Level Physics Thermals on States of matter (Solids, liquids and gases and their properties) as well as cooling curves. Each lesson has objectives with clips and pictures as well as questions that can lead onto discussion topics. Please feel free to tweak add or remove parts as you please but keep the copyright on the powerpoint. There will be more lessons to come. Have fun using this.
TheWilWheaton
Earth's Seasons through Inquiry - Creative Thinking

Earth's Seasons through Inquiry - Creative Thinking

This is my version of how I used to teach about seasons, with a focus on an inquiry through the use of photographs and data. (read notes on powerpoint for further guidance). Without teaching it directly or showing a video or doing the standard demo with a small tennis ball that no-one can see what is going on, use this alternative idea for teaching about the seasons. Use a demo/video at the end to consolidate the learning.
capra
Activate 1 Space revision mat KS3

Activate 1 Space revision mat KS3

Revision mat used to revise space, following the Activate 1 scheme. Includes page numbers for pupils to find the answers in the Activate book, but these can be adjusted to fit your chosen textbook.
sabanm
The night sky KS3

The night sky KS3

A fully resourced, well-differentiated lesson about the night sky. This was made for the Activate scheme, but can be used for all. Includes a starter, discussions, video with questions and answer sheet, quick tasks, differentiated questions with answers, and a plenary. Lesson is ready to use.
sabanm
space - weight, mass, gravity

space - weight, mass, gravity

lesson from the space topic on the relationship between weight, mass and gravity. The lesson starts with a 'hook' video asking why people can walk on the moon and why they walk differently on the moon. The definitions of gravitational fields is clarified and pupils look how gravity is reduced as distance increases. The pupils learn the weight, mass and gravity formula triangle and do a progress check on these with additional extension work on rearranging the formula. The main body of the lesson then involves a circus activity, where pupils do a scavenger hunt of visiting different planets, obtaining the gravitational field strengths there and then calculating their wight on different planets. There is a progress check and then a choice plenary. All printing included. Should be a download and teach lesson.
Bio_Life
G.C.S.E Gravity and Orbits with question worksheet

G.C.S.E Gravity and Orbits with question worksheet

Our physics department achieved results 33% above national average in September and is in the top 10% in the UK. These are the lessons that achieved this. This lesson is available at £1.50 by purchasing it as part of the associated bundle for this unit of work, not only will you get great lessons at a fantastic price and free up hours of time. Try before you buy, download my 7 lesson bundle KS3 Light - free. Each individual lesson overview is presented below, however most of my premium resources follow the same format, which is:- All power points to tell a story. Learning objectives clearly and uniquely visually linked, short, relevant and punchy, revised a minimum of 3 time a lesson. Fun pictures all over to help tell the tale. All slides plain black background font comic sans minimum 24 for contrast and easy to read at the back. As many fun, creative and original practical’s built in to lessons as could be implemented. All resources produced and stored for each lesson. Practical instructions given along with prep room requests. TEEP embedded, alongside philosophies from working with the Stimulating Physics program. This resource will provide you with a great lesson and save you that precious commodity – time Lesson overview Quick quiz Answers Gravity Gravitational field Weight Orbits - planets, comets and satellites Changing orbits + Space questions with M.S on space worksheet
caineyone