Bundle: Space Physics TopicQuick View
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Bundle: Space Physics Topic

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Bundle of 4 complete No-Prep lessons with exam questions, tasks and answers on Space Physics for AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) , covering the complete topic. As a Secondary Science teacher, Deputy Headteacher, writer and examiner for many years I make high quality no-prep lessons so busy teachers can teach outstanding lessons without spending hours planning. These high quality lessons include explanations, different types of in-lesson assessment (all with answers) and unique exam questions. My lessons are ideal for non-Physicists - as a Biologist who retrained as a Physics teacher I know how to take learners on a journey that builds up their understanding step by step, while still going into a lot of depth. The preview videos show a representative sample of slides from each resource so that you get a good idea of what it includes before you buy. What’s Included in each lesson: Starter / Do Now Activity Explanation slides in “chunked” sections with animated diagrams. Multiple questions in different question styles and difficulties - no need for worksheets. Each “chunked” explanation section typically includes a set of “learning check / quick questions” followed by a set of in-depth questions on the learning from that “chunk” of the lesson. All questions have answers. Exam-style questions on the whole lesson at the end of the lesson- these are unique, based on real exam questions but not just copied from exam boards. Stretch and challenge where applicable Answers for all questions All easily editable to adapt to your teaching or to use in existing lessons. Slightly humorous, at points, if you like that sort of thing. The lessons were written for AQA GCSE Science / Physics but are very likely to be applicable to other exam specifications. Please leave a rating / review and all other feedback gratefully received!
Physical Characteristics of RainforestsQuick View
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Physical Characteristics of Rainforests

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AQA GCSE Geography lesson for the new specification Unit 1B: In this lesson we look at what the physical characteristics of tropical rainforests are. The lesson has a retrieval practice starter quiz on rivers to begin with. We then look at what it is like to be in the rainforest with a short video clip of walking through the forest. We then look at the location of tropical rainforests and the students have a map with some questions of differing difficulty to answer. The students are provided with a worksheet to draw a climate graph of the rainforest with some additional skills questions to answer (works well with a visualiser). The students complete an annotated profile of the rainforest latosol soil, describing and explaining its characteristics. We then look at the nutrient cycle and the students annotate a diagram making sure they eliminate the incorrect word from the annotation. We finish with a GCSE-style practice question with some guidance and structure provided for the students. Hope this saves you some valuable planning time. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
OCR AS level Physics: MaterialsQuick View
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OCR AS level Physics: Materials

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OCR AS level Physics presentations for module 3: Materials. All presentations come with worked examples, solutions and homeworks. This covers topics from Hooke’s Law to Young Modulus.
OCR Physics Astrophysics and cosmologyQuick View
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OCR Physics Astrophysics and cosmology

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A bundle of 4 lessons covering all the specification points in OCR Physics section 5.5 - cosmology and astrophysics- Stars Electromagnetic radiation from stars Wein’s law and Stefan’s law Hubble constant Cosmology Doppler effect The big bang theory All answers are included I am to reduce photocopying so all resources (except one) are in the PPT
Spanish - Physical description (worksheet)Quick View
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Spanish - Physical description (worksheet)

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This could be used as homework or as cover work. This worksheet includes: -Introduction to basic vocabulary about physical description (1) -Introduction to basic vocabulary with short description examples (2) Two short listening activites for students to identify the person that is being described (you could describe different people or get students to play who is who at this point or later during the lesson.) Grid fill where students need to describe people in TL and fill a grid that they could use for revision later on. Grammar section (verbs + adjectival agreement.) Reading exercise (vocabulary search and reading comprehension questions.) Audio files included.
IGCSE  Physics CIEQuick View
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IGCSE Physics CIE

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The package consists of all needed material for teachers to make their students successful in CIE IGCSE Physics exams . There are presentations, handouts and worksheets that include sorted past paper questions. All materials are compatible with David Sang IGCSE book. *The resources are appropriate for the last curriculum. *Just first chapter is missing due to restriction about max 20 resource in a bundle. When you write a review with your email, the missing resource will be sent to you.
(Chapter 19 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Thermal physicsQuick View
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(Chapter 19 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Thermal physics

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This bundle contains 3 lessons and an end of chapter assessment Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook https://amzn.to/3DG6pIP The lessons are complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. They are fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
Bundle:  Atomic Structure Topic (Physics)Quick View
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Bundle: Atomic Structure Topic (Physics)

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A bundle of complete No-Prep lessons with exam questions, tasks and answers covering all of Atomic Structure for AQA GCSE (9-1) Science / Physics. This covers all of exam spec section 4.4 (Physics) and 6.4 (Combined Science). Note: If you only teach Combined Science then this bundle contains three lessons that you don’t need, and I would recommend this alternative bundle which contains only the lessons needed for Combined Science: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/bundle-atomic-structure-combined-science-12655211 As a Secondary Science teacher and Deputy Headteacher for many years I make high quality no-prep lessons so busy teachers can teach outstanding lessons without spending hours planning. These high quality lessons includes explanations, different types of in-lesson assessment (all with answers) and unique exam questions. My lessons are ideal for non-Physicists - as a Biologist who retrained as a Physics teacher I know how to take learners on a journey that builds up their understanding step by step, while still going into a lot of depth. The preview videos show a representative sample of slides from each resource so that you get a good idea of what they include before you buy. What’s Included in a typical lesson: • Starter / Do Now Activity • Explanation slides in “chunked” sections with animated diagrams. • Worked examples of calculations / questions. • Multiple questions in different question styles and difficulties - no need for worksheets. Each “chunked” explanation section typically includes a set of “learning check / quick questions” followed by a set of in-depth questions on the learning from that “chunk” of the lesson. All questions have answers. • Exam-style questions on the whole lesson at the end of the lesson- these are unique, based on real exam questions but not just copied from exam boards. • Answers for all questions • All easily editable to adapt to your teaching or to use in existing lessons. • Slightly humorous, at points, if you like that sort of thing. These lessons were written for AQA GCSE Science / Physics but are very likely to be applicable to other exam specifications. Please leave a rating / review and all other feedback gratefully received!
Bundle: Forces Topic (GCSE Physics)Quick View
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Bundle: Forces Topic (GCSE Physics)

20 Resources
Bundle of 20 Complete No-Prep lessons with exam questions, tasks and answers covering the complete Forces topic for AQA GCSE Physics (9-1). All of the resources were rewritten and improved Jan to April 2023. Important: This bundle contains all the lessons needed for the Forces topic for AQA GCSE Physics. If you are teaching Combined Science then you may prefer my slightly smaller (and cheaper!) Combined Science only bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/bundle-forces-topic-12655660 As a Secondary Science teacher, Deputy Headteacher, writer and examiner for many years I make high quality no-prep lessons so busy teachers can teach outstanding lessons without spending hours planning. These high quality lessons include explanations, different types of in-lesson assessment (all with answers) and unique exam questions. My lessons are ideal for non-Physicists - as a Biologist who retrained as a Physics teacher I know how to take learners on a journey that builds up their understanding step by step, while still going into a lot of depth. The preview videos show a representative sample of slides from each resource so that you get a good idea of what it includes before you buy. Teaching Order for Combined Science. Bold indicates lessons that are GCSE Physics only Vectors, Scalars, Contact and Non-Contact Forces. Gravity, Weight and Mass Resultant Forces, Free Body Diagrams Vector Diagrams, Resolving Forces Work Done and Energy Transfer Forces and Elasticity **7) Moments, Levers and Gears **8) Pressure in Fluids & Atmospheric Pressure 9) Pressure in Liquids and Upthrust Distance, Displacement, Speed and Velocity Distance-Time Graphs Acceleration Velocity-Time Graphs Terminal Velocity Newton’s First and Second Laws Newton’s Third Law Stopping Distance & Thinking Distance Braking Distance & Energy Momentum & Conservation of Momentum 20) Changes in Momentum What’s Included in each lesson: • Starter / Do Now Activity • Explanation slides in “chunked” sections with animated diagrams. • Worked examples of calculations / questions.where applicable • Multiple questions in different question styles and difficulties - no need for worksheets. Each “chunked” explanation section typically includes a set of “learning check / quick questions” followed by a set of in-depth questions on the learning from that “chunk” of the lesson. All questions have answers. • Exam-style questions on the whole lesson at the end of the lesson- these are unique, based on real exam questions but not just copied from exam boards. • Answers for all questions • All easily editable to adapt to your teaching or to use in existing lessons. • Slightly humorous, at points, if you like that sort of thing. The lessons were written for AQA GCSE Science / Physics but are very likely to be applicable to other exam specifications. Please leave a rating / review and all other feedback gratefully received!
Bundle: Waves Topic (GCSE Physics)Quick View
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Bundle: Waves Topic (GCSE Physics)

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Bundle of 16 complete No-Prep lessons with exam questions, tasks and answers on Waves for AQA GCSE Physics (9-1) , covering the complete topic. This bundle contatins all the lessons needed for the Waves topic in AQA GCSE Physics. If you only need the lessons for AQA Combined Science then there is a smaller bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12706442 As a Secondary Science teacher, Deputy Headteacher, writer and examiner for many years I make high quality no-prep lessons so busy teachers can teach outstanding lessons without spending hours planning. These high quality lessons include explanations, different types of in-lesson assessment (all with answers) and unique exam questions. My lessons are ideal for non-Physicists - as a Biologist who retrained as a Physics teacher I know how to take learners on a journey that builds up their understanding step by step, while still going into a lot of depth. The preview videos show a representative sample of slides from each resource so that you get a good idea of what it includes before you buy. What’s Included in each lesson: • Starter / Do Now Activity • Explanation slides in “chunked” sections with animated diagrams. • Worked examples of calculations / questions.where applicable • Multiple questions in different question styles and difficulties - no need for worksheets. Each “chunked” explanation section typically includes a set of “learning check / quick questions” followed by a set of in-depth questions on the learning from that “chunk” of the lesson. All questions have answers. • Exam-style questions on the whole lesson at the end of the lesson- these are unique, based on real exam questions but not just copied from exam boards. • Answers for all questions • All easily editable to adapt to your teaching or to use in existing lessons. • Slightly humorous, at points, if you like that sort of thing. The lessons were written for AQA GCSE Science / Physics but are very likely to be applicable to other exam specifications. Please leave a rating / review and all other feedback gratefully received!
Resultant Forces - GCSE Physics WorksheetsQuick View
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Resultant Forces - GCSE Physics Worksheets

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This resource contains 3 worksheets that can be used in class or as homework to enable your students to practice what they have learnt in the classroom. This pack includes: Resultant Forces Free Body Diagrams Resolving Forces (higher) We have worksheets for the following topics in Physics Paper 2: Forces Scalars/Vectors and Contact/Non-contact Forces Gravity Resultant Forces Distance and Speed Distance-time Graphs Velocity and Acceleration Velocity-Time Graphs Newton’s Laws of Motions Stopping Distances Waves Transverse and Longitudinal Waves Electromagnetic Waves and Uses Magnetism and electromagnetism Poles of a Magnet and Magnetic Fields More worksheets will be added in the future. Please rate and review this resource. Thank you!
Edexcel GCSE Physics revision matsQuick View
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Edexcel GCSE Physics revision mats

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A compilation of all the GCSE Physics Edexcel Revision mats. Should be printed on A3 All come with answers. The revision mats have been written to the specification and summarises all key concepts. There is some overlap in the topics. If you can not see a topic from the specification on one sheet, it will be covered on a different one as part of a different topic.
AQA Physics paper 2 revisionQuick View
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AQA Physics paper 2 revision

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A complete final revision lesson covering the content from AQA GCSE Trilogy Science Physics paper 2 The lesson covers: Forces Waves Magnetism and electromagnetism Radiation RPA Waves RPA Acceleration RPA Extension RPA Includes a variety of retrieval activities and exam questions All answers provided and all activities are within the PPT (36 slides in total)
OCR A A level Physics- Particle Physics COMPLETEQuick View
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OCR A A level Physics- Particle Physics COMPLETE

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Complete lesson series on Particle Physics. Powerpoint with over 60 slides with learning outcomes, examples, past exam questions in each lesson. Hand outs for every lesson with example questions and past exam questions selected to be relevent to each lesson. Lesson 1- Alpha-scattering experiment Lesson 2- The nucleus Lesson 3- Antiparticles, hadrons, leptons Lesson 4- Quarks Lesson 5- Beta decay
Year 9 Drama Physical TheatreQuick View
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Year 9 Drama Physical Theatre

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Year 9 Drama Physical Theatre Lesson 1 - Slow Motion and Body Control Lesson 2 - Stillness Vs Movement Lesson 3 - Balance and Support Lesson 4 - Balance and Support Lesson 5 - Speech in physical theatre Lesson 6 - PLATFORM THEATRE Lesson 7 - Performing a script - assessment
Physical Health + Wellbeing PSHEQuick View
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Physical Health + Wellbeing PSHE

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Exercise, Physical Health + Wellbeing PSHE. This new lesson for 2023-24 allows students to explore the physical and mental benefits of regular exercise. Students will investigate the short-term and long-term effects on the heart, brain, muscles, bones and other areas of the human body. They will learn about different forms of exercise and how it can improve our overall well-being. Includes creative tasks, active tasks, analysis and clip tasks. Best suited to KS3, all editable. Check out the EC Publishing website for full, affordable PSHE, Citizenship and RE Packages for all year groups including the new 2024 Complete PSHE Package. You can contact us at info@ecpublishing.co.uk Who are EC Resources? EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work together to create easy to use, high quality and editable lessons and units of work. We have created lessons for The Children’s Commissioner, The Bank of England, The British Legion, MACS Charity, Tes, LikeToBe Careers, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (UK Gov) and have also completed PSHE and Citizenship commissions for schools across the UK. Check out our PSHE Packages on Tes here: Complete KS3 PSHE and RSE Complete KS4 PSHE and RSE Complete KS5 PSHE and RSE One Year of Citizenship and British Values Complete KS3 RE Complete Careers and Employability AQA Citizenship GCSE Mega Pack Teaching PSHE, RE or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 12,000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing.
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Physics Workbook

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A physics workbook to be used with students who are sitting the new AQA Science A syllabus. Update: This workbook is several years old now and the syllabus may have changed significantly since then, for the last two years I've been teaching to Edexcel, not AQA, so please don't get too irate if you find it to be too dated to be of use as a whole.