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AQA GCSE Combined Science Unit P6.6: Waves

AQA GCSE Combined Science Unit P6.6: Waves

This bundle of 4 lesson presentations and associated worksheets covers the majority of topics found within Unit P6.6 (Waves) of the new AQA GCSE 9 - 1 Combined Science specification. The lessons cover the majority of the specification content within the following teaching points: Longitudinal and Transverse waves Properties of waves Types of EM waves Properties of EM waves Lenses All of the lessons are detailed, fun and engaging and contain progress checks throughout so that students have the chance to assess their understanding. It is estimated that these lessons should cover about 2 weeks worth of lessons

By GHScience

A-Level PHYSICS Revision Pack

A-Level PHYSICS Revision Pack

Physics A-level Revision Pack includes over 30 Pages of quick questions on the NEW Physics A-Level. It tests students' fundamental knowledge in a short, easy and effective way. The questions are written by an OCR B A-Level Physics student, with the idea that the answers are easily and rapidly found in any revision guide or textbook. Would be suitable for all syllabuses - this pack tests purely Scientific and Practical knowledge. Example questions: - Give the formula for calculating the activity of a radioactive sample: - What factors affect time taken to charge/discharge a capacitor? - Describe how energy is transferred between kinetic and potential energy for a simple-harmonic oscillator: - What happens to the gravitational potential energy when a mass is moved between two different distances from the centre of a radial gravitational field? Why? - How is a star’s absorption spectrum produced? - What does the rate of expansion of the universe depend on? - Describe a method to measure specific heat capacity: - Draw the flux around a bar magnet: - Give 4 similarities between electric fields and gravitational fields:

By Imogenairlie

AQA Trilogy revision cards

AQA Trilogy revision cards

Revision cards for pupils to fill in. Each card contains a statement from the specification. These can be copied back to back and then hole punched to create a set of revision cards. Each card contains a small picture to denote the topic. Topics for paper 1 are in black and topics for paper 2 are in red. Cards cover ALL of the chemistry, physics and biology. (Trilogy specification)

By l.absalom

AQA Trilogy (physics) revision cards

AQA Trilogy (physics) revision cards

Revision cards for pupils to fill in. Each card contains a statement from the specification. These can be copied back to back and then hole punched to create a set of revision cards. Each card contains a small picture to denote the topic. Topics for paper 1 are in black and topics for paper 2 are in red. Cards cover ALL of the physics part of the Trilogy specification. (image shows example of biology cards which are also available)

By l.absalom

End of KS3 Project bundle

End of KS3 Project bundle

This is a series of 10 projects (all of which can be found individually in my shop) to cover all KS3 content before beginning GCSE. It is intended to take 1 term, with each project taking 4 to 6 lessons. This fits with schools wishing to start GCSE part way through Y9. The projects could also be used to consolidate or support throughout KS3 and GCSE depending of the needs of the groups.

By flaffey

End of KS3 Forces project

End of KS3 Forces project

This project was designed as part of a Y9 SOW. The idea is that the project should take 4 - 6 lessons and will ensure that students recall and understand the basics needed to access GCSE. This is part of a series of 10 projects (all of which can be found in my shop) to cover all KS3 content before beginning GCSE.

By flaffey

AQA GCSE Physics Revision Sheets

AQA GCSE Physics Revision Sheets

Stretching questions linked to the AQA GCSE Combined Science (exams from 2018). Included are A3 revision sheets on: Particle Model of Matter Forces Electricity Will be completing these for others topics and will upload in due course if these are found the be useful. If you find this useful please check out the ones I have done for other AQA Chemistry GCSE topics in my shop.

By flaffey

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

By asesk

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

By asesk