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Huge set of worksheets for teaching/practising Mechanics 1 topics

Huge set of worksheets for teaching/practising Mechanics 1 topics

This bundle includes resources used to introduce and explain concepts or skills (e.g. friction, resolving forces) and worksheets with lots of examination-style questions for students to use as practice. The resources make it easier to teach topics as you can project the examples (with diagrams) onto the board, and the large number of questions means you don't need to search for suitable exercises for students to complete. In total there are over 300 questions here, all specifically designed to teach the skills and knowledge required for the (OCR) Mechanics 1 examination. A huge amount of work went into preparing these resources and there is enough material to fill weeks and weeks of lessons. Answers to all worksheets are provided.
langy74
Momentum worksheet (Mechanics 1)

Momentum worksheet (Mechanics 1)

I use this worksheet to introduce momentum and impulse, and to get students to practise working out the change in momentum of an object using mv-mu. After the introductory explanation there are 9 questions for student to attempt - all answers are included. Other Mechanics 1 resources are available - please go to my shop and search for them.
langy74
Collisions (cons. of momentum) - worksheet with 50 examination-style questions (Mechanics 1)

Collisions (cons. of momentum) - worksheet with 50 examination-style questions (Mechanics 1)

This worksheet contains nearly 50 questions on collisions of objects - ideal practice for students preparing to sit their Mechanics 1 module exams. It has an introductory section which explains the conservation of momentum principle, then there are 18 questions with "before and after" diagrams to help students solve them. The remaining 29 questions are more demanding and typical of examination questions. Answers to all questions are provided.
langy74
M1 Mechanics Extension worksheets

M1 Mechanics Extension worksheets

The product contains a set of Mechanics (M1) Extension Worksheets from Edexcel AL Specification for the gifted learners. The worksheets contain topic based questions from the following topics. + Kinematics (questions involving more than one object; SUVAT formulae) + Connected particles (problems in which the motion changes, problems involving double wedges, problems involving lifts, pulley attached at two ends of a table, problems involving a helicopter) + Momentum and Impulse (Gun firing a bullet, Impulsive tension) + Moment of a force (Equilibrium under parallel forces) Suitable for all Examination Boards, teachers can use these worksheets to discover the potential of talented and gifted learners and push them to reach for an A/A* grade in Mechanics (M1) paper and get further practice. Answer keys are included for each worksheet.
mohdamir69
MOMENTUM - Quiz 1

MOMENTUM - Quiz 1

This Revision PAPER includes 2 pages You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
momentum - 1D and 2D and impulse

momentum - 1D and 2D and impulse

Presentations that show students how to use conservation of momentum and coefficient of restitution to solve both 1 Dimensional and 2 Dimensional problems. Also included is a presentation about impulse SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.
al_robinson76
M1 Revision (GCE and IAL)

M1 Revision (GCE and IAL)

M1 assignments consisting of recent past-paper questions. Given as revision after each topic. Answers are given at the top of each question for students reference.
abee1286
M1 Revision Clock

M1 Revision Clock

This is a revision activity for Edexcel M1 based on the ideas shared on Jo Morgan's brilliant website http://www.resourceaholic.com/. This was originally shared here http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/10/18/keeping-time/. This activity could be used to help improve students' timing by giving them 5 minutes for each of the 12 questions, to improve memory, or simply to produce a visual revision resource. Each student should be given an A3 copy of the clock with a set of questions. Answers are provided.
amwgauss