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Lets get quizzing - The Ultimate Quiz Collection

Lets get quizzing - The Ultimate Quiz Collection

4 quizzes for 2 saving nearly 50% in buying the special offer bundle. 1 x Halloween quiz 1 x European countries quiz 1x Science quiz 1 x Christmas quiz Ideal for the end of term(s), tutor times and assemblies
TRJ
Friction

Friction

KS3 lesson on friction. Differentiated throughout and combined with the practical dragging blocks over different surfaces. Learning Objectives: Describe what friction is and how it occurs Identify uses for friction Explain why friction can be useful or a problem
ls6372
GCSE Physics Ticker Tape Drill

GCSE Physics Ticker Tape Drill

*********************** Save money by buying the bundles, which contain ALL of the Drill spreadsheets. £3 for the GCSE Bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-11399132 £4 for the A Level Bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-11399125 £6 for the GCSE and A Level Bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-11399137 *********************** Dear Physics Teachers, 1. This resource will help your students practise measuring acceleration using ticker tape. 2. This resource is to be projected on a screen, used by students on a computer or used to print an unlimited number of different worksheets. 3. This resource is relevant to all new GCSE Physics specifications, where the use of ticker tape timers is a standard practical way of measuring acceleration. Info: Simulating the tape from a ticker-tape timer connected to a 50 Hz AC supply (0.02s time interval between dots), this worksheet generator produces five questions each time. Pressing F9 in Excel for Windows (or Cmd + = in Excel for Mac) recalculates the formulas, randomly choosing five new questions with five new accelerations to measure. The sheet tab "answers" has the answers filled in. This should print correctly to scale on A4 paper, but if not, the rulers are drawn with mm intervals to allow them to be used instead of direct measurement. This worksheet generator can be projected on the screen so that the teacher can explain to the students how to measure acceleration with the ticker-tape, then an unlimited number of unique worksheets can be generated so they can practise the skill.
keithdalby
The Big Bang Theory TV Series Wordsearch Starter Settler Activity Homework Cover Lesson

The Big Bang Theory TV Series Wordsearch Starter Settler Activity Homework Cover Lesson

Wordsearch on the theme of 'The Big Bang Theory'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Work done

Work done

Lesson delivered to a high ability year 9 set to cover basic forces, work done and the relationship with energy transfers. Let me know what you think. If used, please leave a review
Gavin1986
CP2e Newtons Third Law

CP2e Newtons Third Law

in Physics I have made a complete suite of Powerpoints covering all the new GCSE Physics and Biology courses. The colours are great for dyslexic pupils and can be easily edited as long as you have an up to date version of Powerpoint. All feedback welcomed !
spcarlin
CP2d - Newtons Second Law

CP2d - Newtons Second Law

inPhysics I have made a complete suite of Powerpoints covering all the new GCSE Physics and Biology courses. The colours are great for dyslexic pupils and can be easily edited as long as you have an up to date version of Powerpoint. All feedback welcomed !
spcarlin
Distance-time graphs

Distance-time graphs

A highly engaging and information lesson presentation (51 slides) which guides students through the steps needed to construct an accurate distance-time graph and then teaches them how to interpret the motions that are shown by the different lines. The lesson challenges the students to work out the type of graph that should be used to present the data and to suggest which factor from the blank table should go on the x-axis. Using the results that they obtain, a step-by-step guide is used to walk students through constructing the graph. This includes deciding on scales to ensure they are even and make the most of the available paper. Student will see the four key terms of motion associated with these graphs (acceleration, deceleration, constant speed and stationary) and will be able to use their graph to work out which lines go with which motion. Moving forwards, students will be shown how to calculate speed from the graph. There are progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding of the topic. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students but is perfectly suitable for KS3 students too.
GJHeducation
CP2b - Newtons First Law

CP2b - Newtons First Law

in Physics I have made a complete suite of Powerpoints covering all the new GCSE Physics and Biology courses. The colours are great for dyslexic pupils and can be easily edited as long as you have an up to date version of Powerpoint. All feedback welcomed !
spcarlin
CP2a Resultant Forces

CP2a Resultant Forces

in Physics I have made a complete suite of Powerpoints covering all the new GCSE Physics and Biology courses. The colours are great for dyslexic pupils and can be easily edited as long as you have an up to date version of Powerpoint. All feedback welcomed !
spcarlin
CP1c - "Acceleration"  Powerpoint for new spec GCSE

CP1c - "Acceleration" Powerpoint for new spec GCSE

In Physics I have made a complete suite of Powerpoints covering all the new GCSE Physics and Biology courses. The colours are great for dyslexic pupils and can be easily edited as long as you have an up to date version of Powerpoint. All feedback welcomed !
spcarlin
Calculating speed lessons

Calculating speed lessons

Overview of lessons to teach Speed, Distance and Time. Lesson 1 - Introduction to the speed equation and a worksheet looking at using the equation, re-arranging the equation and converting units. Lesson 2 - Planning a practical investigation looking at ramps and trolleys. Lesson 3 - Carrying out the investigation and evaluation of results.
matt_mason1