Momentum powerpoint

Momentum powerpoint

Undiluted physics. Basic momentum equations plus explainations and examples for post 16 or v.bright ks4 physics
mickr94
Moments starter

Moments starter

A powerpoint showing a series of photos to stimulate discussion (the last couple of pictures are fixed!)
kjanet
moments powerpoint

moments powerpoint

moments powerpoint with examples suitable for ks4 ks3 {with some simlification} outlines basic theory of moments and balancing forces
mickr94
Moments in mobiles

Moments in mobiles

Old A level question with answers who knows where from so i hope no one minds. Basic a level question on moments and youngs modulus with answers suitable for KS4 if YM deleted
mickr94
Keyword worksheet

Keyword worksheet

I’ve included the example of braking distances, but this worksheet can easily be adapted to almost any science topic. The first thing I do is to get them to read the text and underline the five words that they think are most important in the whole text. The word limit can vary, but it is important to have a limit so that they really have to think carefully about what they are underlining. You can have some good discussions and (arguments!) about why certain people have chosen what. The second thing I get them to do is to draw a picture by the side of the text for each paragraph. I usually encourage my students to come up with the silliest ideas possible. The best thing is that these sheets can be produced in a few minutes; I usually take the text straight from the CGP revision guides.
pablo21
Balanced Forces

Balanced Forces

Interactively change the size of the horizontal push in either of two directions at the end of a vertical cantilever spring. Are the forces balanced? Press the button to find out. Dynamically illustrates the forces generated by the spring that keep everything in balance.
Virneth