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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 4.8: Electromagnetic Waves

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 4.8: Electromagnetic Waves

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Definitions, applications and effects of electromagnetic waves -Revision of wave speed formula and wave characteristics and behaviour -Synthesis of electromagnetic waves with heat capacity, density and dynamics Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.6: Transformers

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.6: Transformers

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Discussion about the components and function of a simple transfomer -Application of the equations for potential difference and number of coils, and potential difference and current -Revision of electricity in the home, and ideas about electricity Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.5: Loudspeakers and Microphones

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.5: Loudspeakers and Microphones

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Explaining how loudspeakers and microphones work in detail -Revision of wave characteristics and behaviour (diffraction, reflection, refraction) -Revision of sound wave concepts; frequency, time period, amplitude Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.4: Electromagnetic Induction

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.4: Electromagnetic Induction

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Discussion electromagnetic induction in laboratory contexts, misconceptions -Revision of cathode ray generator, frequency and potential difference -Revision of equations for charge, resistance and current Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.3: The Motor Effect

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.3: The Motor Effect

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Left hand rule for force, current and magnetic field dierction -Formula for calculating size of force and application -Revision of energy and work in context of magnetic forces Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.2: Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.2: Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Magnetic field around a current-carrying wire; right hand thumb rule -Revision of dynamics and electric circuits using context of a magnetic train -Investigations into magnetic field strength and strength an electromagnet Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.1: Magnets and Magnetic Fields

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 6.1: Magnets and Magnetic Fields

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Discussion about magnetic fields, poles and forces -Revision of electric fields, dynamics and Newton's laws of motion -Discussion about Earth's magnetic field; evidence for theory of continental drift Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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All 10 Required New Spec GCSE AQA Physics Practicals, including all Physics and Trilogy physics practicals

All 10 Required New Spec GCSE AQA Physics Practicals, including all Physics and Trilogy physics practicals

Full set of resources for each Physics Practical required for the Physics (8463) and Trilogy (8464) 2017-18 curriculum. Each experiment has a set of resources including: - Detailed + kinda funny video of the theory, setup, equipment, method and conclusion required for each experiment - PowerPoint presentation, including all of the above mentioned sections, as well as Health and Safety Hazards - Sheet of the requirements required by AQA, with the key requirements highlighted in yellow - Practical planning sheet for the students to fill out, as how to structure their experiment - Results table(s) required for noting down the results of the experiment - A student/teacher information sheet, summarising the aims of the experiment, the health and safety hazards, as well as the requirements expected of AQA Buy this bundle and your lives will all be much easier. xx

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Hypotheses, theory acceptance, making predictions, peer review, scientific method, trial by evidence

Hypotheses, theory acceptance, making predictions, peer review, scientific method, trial by evidence

A complete and ready to deliver high quality GCSE lesson. This is a complete lesson from start to end, you do not need to spend many hours carefully planning, creating, resourcing and improving this lesson after each use. I have already spent those hours preparing this lesson for my students and improving it over many years. There is nothing to do but give it a quick look through and familiarise yourself with it. Lesson objectives: * Explain key words and phrases including “hypothesis”, “peer review”, “theory” and the “prediction”. * Explain the scientific method and how new hypotheses are validated by other scientists before they are accepted. * Understand trial by evidence. This carefully crafted lesson is over 40 slides long, and is full of learning activities as below: * Notes to help the teacher. * Starter 1 - unscramble the words. * Starter 2 - simple task where students self-assess themselves against the objectives. * Matching task - answers are provided. * Activity sheet - built into the powerpoint simply print this slide for each student. * Unscramble the words race. * Sequencing activity. * Gap fill activity - all answers are provided. * Quiz with answers. * Questions – all answers are provided. * Up and about activity * Theory slides (carefully sculpted, interspaced with learning activities, not ‘death by powerpoint’). * Differentiated questions with answers (ACTIVITY SHEETS built into powerpoint simply print them). * Play ball. * Paired work activities – answers are provided. * Scientific literacy activity. * Homework * Plenary is the activity sheets. * Student self-assessment versus objectives activity – so learners can judge for themselves how much they have learnt. As teachers we all work ridiculously long hours each week. Give yourself a break, spend some life with your wife / husband / children / friends / family by purchasing more lessons created by “Barclayfox” once they appear on TES. Please note: when searching for resources please type barclayfox into the search box/engine and it will show you all our resources. Please purchase this lesson, and leave a positive review. This lesson is part of a series, whilst they all work very well as standalone individual lessons you may wish to buy others from the series: 0. Bundle – contains all lessons (if available not all series are bundled) 1. Atoms, radiation and the discovery of the nucleus. 2. Isotopes and Mass number and Atomic number. 3. Alpha, Beta and Gamma – ionising radiation. 4. Changes in the nucleus – decay equations 5. Activity and half life 6. Activity and half life practicals 7 to 14 - are listed in the powerpoint Thank you, and happy teaching! Yours, Barclayfox.

By barclayfox

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 5.7: Electric Power

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 5.7: Electric Power

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Calculations using the formula for electrical power -Synthesis of electric power with ideas about series and parallel circuits -Synthesis of electrical power with ideas about mechanical work and power Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 5.6: Series and Parallel Circuits

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 5.6: Series and Parallel Circuits

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Exploring current and potential difference in series and parallel circuits using examples -Calculations using the resistance equation for series and parallel circuits -Comparing series and parallel circuits to mechanical situations Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 5.2: Electric Current

ASESK GCSE Physics Resource 5.2: Electric Current

This resource is set of structured tasks which develop and assess students’ knowledge of the following subject areas of GCSE physics: -Discussion about ideas to do with electric current and charge -Using the formula for current, charge and time -Synthesis of electric current with dynamics, Newton's laws of motion, specific heat capacity, efficiency Tasks are differentiated by grade using the reformed 9-1 grading system, with three tiers available (core 4-5, intermediate 6-7, extension 8-9). Tasks are also differentiated by strand of inquiry (discussion, calculation, investigation, revision and synthesis, communication). Solutions and further information is also provided. We hope you find useful – find out more at asesk.com

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