# AQA GCSE Physics (1-9) Forces Scheme of Work (full lesson plans - 22 lessons)

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This is a full scheme of work for the forces section of the new (1-9) AQA Physics GCSE specification. It is suitable for the separate science or trilogy path (separate physics lessons are clearly labelled in the scheme of work)

The scheme of work contains 22 detailed lesson plans, each including:
Learning outcomes
Lesson content
AQA specification reference
Key questions
Key words
Resources list

Also included:
Homework booklet and markscheme - 8 sections, 22 questions, referenced in the scheme of work
Key words list
Pupil checklist of learning outcomes for the unit
Technician resource list
Video list - curated list of youtube videos for each lesson
Formula list - list of equations that pupils need to remember for this unit
Units list - list of units that pupils need to remember for this unit

Lesson titles:
1 Newton’s 3rd law
2 Newton’s 1st law
3 Mass, weight & gravity
4 Newton’s 2nd law
5 Required practical - f=ma
6 Speed and Acceleration
7 Distance-Time graphs
8 Velocity-Time graphs
9 Momentum
10 Conservation of momentum
11 Changes in momentum
12 Work done
13 Stopping distances
14 Elasticity
15 Required practical – elasticity
16 Vector Diagrams
17 Centre of mass
18 Moments
19 Levers and Gears
20 Surface Pressure
21 Pressure in fluids
22 Atmospheric pressure

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Created: Feb 16, 2017

Updated: May 17, 2018

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