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Edexcel GCSE Physics Paper Two Revision Quick Questions New Spec 2018 AND DOUBLE AWARD

Edexcel GCSE Physics Paper Two Revision Quick Questions New Spec 2018 AND DOUBLE AWARD

Revision resource that can be used as a whole lesson(s) activity/homeworks/revision tasks Specifically for Edexcel Physics GCSE and Edexcel Double Award Science (Physics units) PAPER TWO Foundation and Higher Includes: Every unit SP8-15 and CP7-13 has between 50 and 162 questions. Most questions are one mark questions although some require more detail. Foundation and Higher level questions Foundation questions are in regular font Higher questions are in bold font Ideal for last minute revision - learning the answers should enable pupils to achieve at least a grade 4/5 - although knowledge up to grade8/9 is also tested. Separate pdfs contain the mark schemes for each set of questions
Violetvision
GCSE Physics and/or Combined Science Differentiated Equation Worksheet - Power, Energy and Time

GCSE Physics and/or Combined Science Differentiated Equation Worksheet - Power, Energy and Time

For KS4 Combined Science / Physics students. There are 14 differentiated questions around using Energy (J) = Power (W) x Time (s). Like students do in maths, students will be able to apply the equation and use the triangle method for rearranging. Q1 is simplest and Q14 is hardest. Q1 to 5 - 1 Chilli (Low demand). Focussed around remembering equations (students should use mini whiteboards or scrap paper for repitition) Q6 to 8 - 2 Chilli’s (Low/Middle Demand). Focussed around using the equation - e.g. simple conversion or having to rearrange the equation. Q9 to 11 - 3 Chilli’s (Middle/High Demand). Rearranging the equation and using conversions. Q12 to 14 - 4 Chilli’s (High Demand). Stretch questions, e.g. towards Year 12 or short written answers. Designed so that students can choose where to start, although the highest ability will want to complete all of the questions. Could be used to assess prior knowledge. Homework (easy to mark and suggest how to move forward as focussed around skills of using equations). Also use for plenary and as part of “low stake” tests - build up a series of “mini-marks” before larger tests so students can identify their strengths and weaknesses. Answers available through a tutorial on YouTube (teach yourself and/or make available to students).
gonebyxmas
KS3/KS4 BLOODHOUND SSC Post Workshop Plenary Poster ENGINEERING

KS3/KS4 BLOODHOUND SSC Post Workshop Plenary Poster ENGINEERING

Has your school recently taken part in a BLOODHOUND Rocket Car Workshop? Whether model rocket or K’Nex this scaffolded A3 Poster template asks pupils to apply what they’ve learnt through design analysis, speed calculations and annotating CAD drawings Includes a GCSE level extension question to stretch the more able, introducing AQA Practical work terminology. The BLOODHOUND Project is a global Engineering Adventure, using a 1,000mph World Land Speed Record attempt to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. For more information on our inspiring workshops, activities, videos, and resources, visit www.bloodhoundssccom, or follow us on twitter: @Bloodhound_EDU.
Bloodhound_EDU
AQA Physics 9-1 - Full Unit -  4.8 Space Physics

AQA Physics 9-1 - Full Unit - 4.8 Space Physics

Powerpoints to cover the main points for the new AQA physics 9-1 Specification unit 4.8 Space Physics . These powerpoints cover the content for the full unit. The life cycle of a star, solar system, orbital motion, red-shift and the Big Bang. These powerpoints includes - scientific content, recall questions, exam style question and mark scheme.
LG83
AQA Physics 9-1 - 4.8.2 - Red-shift and the Big Bang

AQA Physics 9-1 - 4.8.2 - Red-shift and the Big Bang

Here is a powerpoint to cover the main points for Red-shift and the Big Bang for the new AQA Physics 9-1 specification 4.8.2. This powerpoint includes - scientific content, recall questions, exam style questions and mark schemes.
LG83
AQA GCSE GCSE Physics Required Practical - Revision for Paper 1

AQA GCSE GCSE Physics Required Practical - Revision for Paper 1

Revision slides for GCSE Physics required practicals for Paper 1. These slides summarise the main points relating to all the Physics Required Practicals for use during revision. Also included are practise questions for each Required Practical, together with answers. The slides are formatted to A4 so that they can easily be printed.
alexfeakes
AQA GCSE GCSE Physics Required Practical - Revision for Paper 2

AQA GCSE GCSE Physics Required Practical - Revision for Paper 2

Revision slides for GCSE Physics required practicals for Paper 2. These slides summarise the main points relating to all the Physics Required Practicals for use during revision. Also included are practise questions for each Required Practical, together with answers. The slides are formatted to A4 so that they can easily be printed.
alexfeakes
GCSE OCR Physics: P2.2 Newton's Laws

GCSE OCR Physics: P2.2 Newton's Laws

All resources for P2.2 GCSE OCR Physics Gateway 9-1.Triple and comined (Higher and Foundation) is covered in this material. Includes: Forces and Interactions Free Body Diagrams Newton’s First Law Newton’s Second Law Everyday Forces Momentum Work Done and Power
srshaw89
GCSE OCR Physics: P2.1 Motion

GCSE OCR Physics: P2.1 Motion

All resources for P2.1 GCSE OCR Physics Gateway 9-1.Triple and combined (Higher and Foundation) is covered in this material. Includes: Distance, time and speed Vectors and Scalars Acceleration Distance-time graphs Velocity-time graphs Equations of motion Kinetic Energy
srshaw89
GCSE Physics: Work Done and Power

GCSE Physics: Work Done and Power

This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P2.2.7 Work done equation Rearranging work done equation Questions and answers for work done Power equation and definition Rearranging power equation Questions and answers for combining work done and power
srshaw89
Optic Fibres

Optic Fibres

A-Level lesson looking at uses and structure of optical fibres. Includes a discussion on modal and material dispersion.
davidhuggins
Timeline for 2018-2019 Physics Higher & NAT 5

Timeline for 2018-2019 Physics Higher & NAT 5

For the Scottish Higher and NAT 5, academic year 2018-2019. Completely adaptable if you teach the topics in a different order - but thought I would leave my order of topics in so you can see how I fit it into the year. A huge time saver!
distvxf
Polar Bears and Insulation investigation

Polar Bears and Insulation investigation

KS3 working scientifically investigation into insulation and polar bear fur. Sheets follow the old NC APP assessment focus that could be easily modified to suit the changes to the NC. My year 7 students enjoyed this task!
cat9lowe
What material makes the best newton meter

What material makes the best newton meter

APP style investigation that uses working scientifically skills to plan and carry out an investigation into which material would be the best to make a newton meter from. Has AFL feed back sheets and tiered work sheets. Could be easily modified to meet the current NC demands.
cat9lowe
Working scientifically Speed investigation

Working scientifically Speed investigation

KS3 working scientifically speed activity - planning, results table design and conclusions. Follows the old APP targets for working scientifically in the NC. Can be easily adapted to suit the current NC. Tiered task sheets and AFL feedback sheets.
cat9lowe
Renewable energy research activity

Renewable energy research activity

KS3 task that has been used as a homework to research renewable energy resources using an island setting. Follows the old APP focus from the NC and the targets are set using these. Work sheet can be modified to meet the new NC demands.
cat9lowe
GCSE Physics: Momentum

GCSE Physics: Momentum

This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P2.2.6 Momentum Equation Conservation of momentum Exam quesiton with worked solutions Student problems with answers
srshaw89
General worksheets covering Energy stores and Energy Transfers

General worksheets covering Energy stores and Energy Transfers

Worksheets designed and adapted for use with low ability, SEN and EAL learners. Covers the ideas of energy stores, conduction, mechanical working and renewable energy. There are also 2 examples of working scientifically investigations on Which is the best insulator? and Investigating fuels - these investigation sheets have a self or peer assessment friendly mark scheme on their final pages.
cat9lowe
GCSE Physics: Every Day Forces

GCSE Physics: Every Day Forces

This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P2.2.5 Definition of weight Balanced and unbalanced forces Terminal velocity Free body diagrams Plotting data Determining acceleration for a velocity-time graph Determining distance travelled for a velocity-time graph
srshaw89
Total Internal Reflection

Total Internal Reflection

Second A-Level Lesson on TIR. (Concept is introduced in my Snell’s law lesson). Includes a couple of practicals with semicircular blocks, ray boxes/laser beams and prisms.
davidhuggins
Snell's Law

Snell's Law

A-Level lesson on Snell’s law (comes after a lesson on refraction and diffraction)
davidhuggins
Diffraction Grating Theory

Diffraction Grating Theory

2nd Lesson on diffraction gratings (done after a practical - not yet uploaded to TES as I’ll need to rethink it next year). Includes qualitative theory and practice quantitative questions
davidhuggins
Microwave Standing Waves

Microwave Standing Waves

Experiment of melting marshmallows on a microwave to find the speed of light (also works with chocolate). I can’t upload the past paper questions however for copyright reasons.
davidhuggins
Stationary Waves and Musical Instruments

Stationary Waves and Musical Instruments

An introduction lesson to A-Level stationary waves with lots of musical instrument examples. Best done if you (or students) can bring in some instruments! Makes stationary waves much more interesting to relate to music. Also looks at measuring the speed of sound with an open pipe and a tuning fork.
davidhuggins
GCSE Physics: Newton's Second Law

GCSE Physics: Newton's Second Law

This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P2.2.4 Newton’s Second Law in Mathematical Form Circular Motion Proportionalities Rearranging Equations Student’s problems with answers Exam style questions with solutions
srshaw89
SPACE REVISION

SPACE REVISION

Double sided Space revision broadsheet for KS3 Science. Print a double sided A3 copy and students complete the different tasks set from drawing, labelling, describing and explaining. Use with BBC bitesize or with textbooks. A whole revision lesson ready in one resource.
SC1GURU