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Science end of year quiz

Science end of year quiz

This is a quiz i have made and used with year 7 through to year 11 and the students love it! Half the rounds are science related (periodic table, baby animals, biology, famous scientists, music, sport, brands and more!) I split the students into groups of 3 and keep a running total of marks from each round to give them a bit of competition. The answers are on the powerpoint in the note section so don’t panic! I find it’s a great and engaging, educational end to the year.
smudge704
Kinetic energy practical (low ability)

Kinetic energy practical (low ability)

Simple practical to calculate kinetic energy of a person lifting weights, can be used to investigate either mass or velocity. Was created for and used with my bottom set year 9 but could be used with other groups Credit to my head of department for the layout!
gwynngwynn
Gravitational potential practical (low ability)

Gravitational potential practical (low ability)

Simple practical to calculate the change in gravitational potential energy when a ball is dropped at different heights. As an extension, students can also calculate the efficiency of the ball! Was created for and used with my bottom set year 9 but could be adapted for other groups Credit to my head of department for the layout!
gwynngwynn
How Science Works Support cards

How Science Works Support cards

These are support cards that will help students with the: key terms in investigation skills. how to write a method. How top draw a graph and what type of graph How to describe results from line graphs These cards will have sentences starters as well as how to calculate the gradient of graphs.
slaine
Physics Paper 5 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

Physics Paper 5 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

These resources are excellent revision tools for students to use at home or in class. Great for fast finishers and students who have difficulty learning the huge amount of terminology required for exams. The puzzles come with answer sheets and word clouds to assist those who have low ***self confidence *** and might need some help getting started.
missalexandralewis
Lighting Audit

Lighting Audit

In this lesson students complete a whole school lighting audit with the aim of de-lamping classrooms. Students use a lux meter to identify over-lit areas of the school and also manually count the types of lights used. Using their real world data, students make key recommendations on how energy use could be reduced at their school.
TheTeachersFriend
NEW AQA A-Level (Year 2) - Nuclear Physics (Full Section)

NEW AQA A-Level (Year 2) - Nuclear Physics (Full Section)

13 lessons that cover all the content required for ‘Nuclear Physics’ full section from the new AQA A-Level Physics course. All lessons from: Radioactivity Nuclear energy Includes: Course content Worked examples Multimedia powerpoints Exam style questions (with answers).
Mister_Dawg
NEW AQA A-Level (Year 1) - Electricity (Full Section)

NEW AQA A-Level (Year 1) - Electricity (Full Section)

9 lessons that cover all the content required for ‘Electricity’ full section from the new AQA A-Level Physics course. All lessons from: Electric current DC circuits Includes: Course content Worked examples Multimedia powerpoints Exam style questions (with answers).
Mister_Dawg
NEW AQA A-Level (Year 1) - Particles and Radiation (Full Section)

NEW AQA A-Level (Year 1) - Particles and Radiation (Full Section)

16 lessons that cover all the content required for ‘Particles and Radiation’ full section from the new AQA A-Level Physics course. All lessons from: Matter and radiation Quarks and leptons Quantum phenomena Includes: Course content Worked examples Multimedia powerpoints Exam style questions (with answers).
Mister_Dawg
GCSE Physics Homework Sheets

GCSE Physics Homework Sheets

13 Homework Sheets, based on the ‘noughts and crosses’ format. Together they cover the complete Edexcel GCSE Physics. Topics include: Motion, Motion and Forces, Conservation of energy, Light and the Eelectromagnetic Spectrum, Waves, Radioactivity, Astronomy, Energy and Forces, Electricity and Circuits, Static Electricity, Magnetism and electromagnetism, Particle model and finally Forces and Matter
JGlo
Year 7 Revision Booklet

Year 7 Revision Booklet

Revision booklet contains: Checklist to RAG rate learning Key Topics Covered include: The Body Diet and Lifestyle Particle Model Periodic Table Energy Forces and Motion Space
stargazerchick
How Do Solar Panels Work?

How Do Solar Panels Work?

This lesson is designed for a flipped classroom, where students learn new content by watching a video in their own time. This strategy provides the opportunity for students to build their knowledge, attitudes and values by themselves, thereby freeing up class time for hands-on work. Students watch a clip that helps them to understand solar energy use within political and social contexts.
TheTeachersFriend
Energy Spotto

Energy Spotto

In this lesson, students go outside to observe natural sources of energy. They analyse the energy they use in their day to day life and think about the energy source.
TheTeachersFriend
NEW AQA A-Level (Year 2) - Energy and mass (Nuclear Energy)

NEW AQA A-Level (Year 2) - Energy and mass (Nuclear Energy)

First lesson of the ‘Nuclear energy’ topic for the second year of the AQA A-Level Physics course. Covers energy changes in reactions, what happens to the mass of an object as it gains/loses energy and energy calculations in nuclear reactions… Fully resourced and with practice exam questions (with worked answers).
Mister_Dawg
Physics GCSE: Power Generation

Physics GCSE: Power Generation

A brilliant, comprehensive and concise non-exam board specific resource on Physics GCSE Power Generation. Has a key focus on Biomass power but includes detailed notes on Fossil Fuel, Nuclear, Hydroelectric, Wave Induced, Tidal, Wind, and Solar Power. Includes all key concepts, as well as advantages and disadvantages. Perfect as a lesson plan or for revision for students.
ayushsanghavi13
A Level Physics - Laws & Definitions

A Level Physics - Laws & Definitions

A 6 page resource comprising the laws and definitions involved with A Level Physics. Optimised for the OCR Physics A specification (from 2015), however the information contained in the document is transferable across all A Level Physics Courses. Additionally, contains the assumptions of Kinetic Theory of Ideal Gases, and the observations and conclusions of Brownian Motion.
chavster123
Kinetic Energy Practical

Kinetic Energy Practical

The lesson has been developed with the following embedded features: Bloom’s taxonomy Differentiation and challenge can be done by using the ‘two before me’ - high attaining students challenged not to ask the teacher for help until they’ve used 2 sources of help/support: e.g. a friend, their book notes etc. Clear narrative in the lesson - designed with a top-down approach which can be readily differentiated to different classes. Teacher is encouraged to ‘tweak’ the lessons to suit the learning needs of their pupils.
ranw123
NEW AQA A-Level (Year 1) - The potential divider (DC Circuits)

NEW AQA A-Level (Year 1) - The potential divider (DC Circuits)

Fifth lesson of the ‘DC circuits’ topic for the first year of the AQA A-Level Physics course. Covers theory of the potential divider, how to supply a variable pd from a battery and how to create a sensor circuit. Fully resourced and with practice exam questions (with worked answers).
Mister_Dawg