KS3 Relative Motion lesson 4

A differentiated lesson complete with a 5 minute lesson plan. AFL, engagement and prior learning have all been considered. These lessons are designed to compliment my KS3 student Forces workbook. Each lesson has integrated teacher support and suggestions to assist delivery of the lesson.

Lesson content, timings and strategies have been tried and tested in the classroom with various ability sets to a great success!

In this lesson we begin with retrieval practise where students choose 2 of 4 differentiated questions to answer. Students then consider relative motion in a framed question before it is explained and practised. They are then given a simplified table for calculating relative motion whch they use for whiteboard calculations. A quick self-reflection takes place and students are either supported further or set to answering workbook questions. The lesson is concluded with the “Twin Paradox” to blow their minds! A HW revision matt is set which they can start in class (time depending)

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  • 5min-plan--Less4-Relative-Motion.pdf
  • AQA-KS3-Speed-revision-matt-HW.docx
  • Why-does-a-car-passing-my-car-look-prs.pptx

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Created: Jun 28, 2019

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pdf, 100 KB

5min-plan--Less4-Relative-Motion

Revision

docx, 267 KB

AQA-KS3-Speed-revision-matt-HW

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pptx, 3 MB

Why-does-a-car-passing-my-car-look-prs

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