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Includes 23 PPTs to cover the Physics Only content of the Paper 1 topics (Energy, Electricity, Particle Model, Atomic Structure) and the Paper 2 topics (Forces, Waves, Magnets & Electromagnets, Space Physics) of the new AQA 9-1 Physics GCSE
Includes 67 PowerPoints along with worksheets and end of topic tests covering everything for the AQA Physics Paper 1 and 2 exams - Save 30% on buying separately!
Particle Model of the Atom
Magnetism & Electromagnetism
Lesson to follow Activate textbook, year 8 Recycling
Includes fill in the gaps task sheet, advantages and disadvantages table and an example equation.
If you are using the kerboodle tests be aware that the equation I have used looks like the one on the test for HT, and this caused a bit of confusion for some of my students.
Did this with top set but as it is a quick lesson I managed some revision at the end, so have included revision slide at end. Will need your own exam questions for the task - just took mine off of exam pro but obviously every class is different. Can send out if needed.
This power point presentation is suitable for a Key stage 3 or Key stage 4 Physics lesson on the Big Bang. It identifies evidence that supports the Big Bang Theory in a non-judgmental way. Suitable for faith schools.
Here is a quiz of 20 questions based on Year 7 “Off the Planet”
Also supplied is page 2 - marking guide.
Print off (only one copy) of this page and slide under the answer sheet and tick off correct answers, or I've seen some cut out holes and use it as a guide sheet over each paper - simply to allow for quick and easy marking.
A resource for revision of the Magnets section of the KS3 curriculum.
Easily adapted to suit the requirements of your own schemes of work, the resource is designed to be copied onto double-sided A3 with one side for students to organise their notes on the different sections of the topic and a second side of practice questions. Answers to the questions and exemplar notes are included. The resource meets the requirements of the National Curriculum for science, as well as linking in to GCSE content.
The revision activity takes around an hour to complete and give feedback on. Also suitable as homework, especially for students who find it difficult to organise their revision effectively.
This lesson for a Key Stage 3 Electromagnetics unit covers magnets and domain theory as well as investigative skills.
• Describe how magnets are made
• Describe a relationship in making magnets
• Predict how magnets can be destroyed
Activities in this lesson include: a brief starter about the wave equation, an investigation into domain theory, a hypothesis drafting activity (with extension questions) and a conclusion/evaluation activity looking into the flaws of the investigation's method (again, with extension questions) and a class discussion about dividing magnets as a plenary.
Word document lesson plan