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KS3 forces assessment and revision - exam questions

KS3 forces assessment and revision - exam questions

2 sets of exam question practice booklets (EQP) with mark schemes. Foundation and Higher tier. designed to assess pupils knowledge on forces topic - aimed for year 7 students. Brilliant as a homework or part of a revision lesson or as a test.
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CIE Thermal Physics Practice (Past Paper) Questions

CIE Thermal Physics Practice (Past Paper) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on Thermal Physics. It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones. PS This includes some questions from another resource but I can't remember source. It was free to share and edit.
andrewbaker88
CIE Lenses Practice (Past Exam) Questions

CIE Lenses Practice (Past Exam) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on Lenses. It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones.
andrewbaker88
CIE Electromagnets Practice (Past Paper) Questions

CIE Electromagnets Practice (Past Paper) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on Electromagnets. It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones.
andrewbaker88
CIE Nuclear Radioactivity Extended Practice (Past Paper) Questions

CIE Nuclear Radioactivity Extended Practice (Past Paper) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on Nuclear Radioactivity. It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes (for structured questions) to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones.
andrewbaker88
CIE Circuits Practice (Past Exam) Questions

CIE Circuits Practice (Past Exam) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on chapter 19 Current of Electricity. It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones.
andrewbaker88
CIE Communications Practice (Past Exam) Questions

CIE Communications Practice (Past Exam) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on Communications. It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones.
andrewbaker88
CIE Sensors and Op-Amps Practice (Past Paper) Questions

CIE Sensors and Op-Amps Practice (Past Paper) Questions

This is a number of past exam paper questions for the Cambridge International (CIE) board on chapter 19, 20 and 21 Sensors and Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps). It includes past exam paper questions alongside their marks schemes to enable independent review of their progress. The questions are in no particular order. As always my resources are a work in progress, please give any feedback/thoughts on them so I can improve these and future ones.
andrewbaker88
P2.4 Specific heat capacity

P2.4 Specific heat capacity

The resource contains a simple introduction into factors which affect the amount energy transferred when the temperature of an object changes and then gets students to consider numeracy skills in completing calculations of specific heat capacity. It then concludes with students getting an opportunity to complete calculations (of specific heat capacity, temperature change, and so on).
sporobolo19
OCR Physics A-level Unified Concepts in Physics revision practice paper and markscheme

OCR Physics A-level Unified Concepts in Physics revision practice paper and markscheme

A practice paper testing the synoptic knowledge and skills required for the new OCR A-level/A2 in Physics. This paper is worth 70 marks and is written in the same style as the new Unified Concepts paper. It comes with a full set of answers on a power point presentation. The paper itself is offered as a Word document. This resource provides a great way to practice for the final unit of the new OCR Physics A course particularly as there is a real shortage of past paper questions available.
labawesome
KS3 Level 3-5 Forces Enquiry

KS3 Level 3-5 Forces Enquiry

The A to Z of an enquiry. This is a fully differentiated and resourced enquiry/investigation into how the surface affects the amount of friction. It is suitable for UK levels 3 to 5 and some elements will start more able pupils thinking about some aspects of level 6 work. It consists of a 27 - slide slideshow and systematically takes the pupils through the stages of planning, developing and reflecting. The whole slideshow contains enough material for 3 to 4, one hour lessons depending on ability. The whole slideshow need not be covered and has been designed so that it is easy to select any sections that are required. It has also been designed so that there are challenging questions for more able pupils but clicking to the next slide provides support for those who need it. Many of the slides are animated. The resource has been designed to be sufficiently versatile so as to be suitable as not only as an introduction to enquiry/investigation at secondary level but also for those pupils starting upon the transition from level 5 to level 6. It is full of tips on how to tackle the various parts of an enquiry which pupils will find beneficial for those enquiries they tackle in the future and for coping with enquiry-type questions in examinations. The lessons are easy to follow, enjoyable and easy to teach. Apparatus needed per group is a newtonmeter and a 1Kg mass. I suggest you have an idea of the 5 surfaces to be used in advance and have a selection of different size newtonmeters available. I use the lab floor, the bench, the carpet in the corridor, a wooden dissection board and a Perspex safety screen. Groups of 3 or 4 are ideal. Content Definitions of independent, dependent and control variable, fair test and reliability. The problem posed is “Does surface affect the amount of friction”. Planning the enquiry with a worksheet to accompany which includes peer assessment and pupil response to assessment. Identification of variables Writing a prediction Writing success criteria Designing a table What is an anomalous result and how to recognise it. Improvements Selection of the correct type of graph How to draw the perfect bar graph (animated) Reliability and bias Reflecting on success criteria and learning strategies. I hope your classes enjoy this and do as well as mine. Please remember to leave a review. Why not have a look at my shop? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/penyrheol1 Try one of my resources up to the value of £5 for free. Simply enter VALUEDCUSTOMER At the checkout.
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