Energy Sources - Questions and AnswersQuick View

Energy Sources - Questions and Answers

KS3 or KS4 questions on energy sources. There is an online version so that you can go through questions on the whiteboard and get students to mark their own. http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/Q&A/KS3/energy/Sources/EnergySourcesQuestions.html
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Forces Questions and AnswersQuick View

Forces Questions and Answers

Suitable for able KS3 or KS4 that need to review basics. This question sheet could be used for homework, classwork, or revision. Solutions are provided to it is easy to mark the work. There is also an online version of the questions so you can use the whiteboard to go through questions with the class or get them to mark their own. http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/Q&A/KS3/forces/Forcequestions.html
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Specific Heat CapacityQuick View

Specific Heat Capacity

Suitable for A level students. This question sheet could be used for homework, classwork, or revision. Solutions are provided to it is easy to mark the work. There is also an online version of the questions so you can use the whiteboard to go through questions with the class or get them to mark their own. http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/Q&A/KS5/SHC/questionsSHC.html
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The Earth in Space - Questions and AnswersQuick View

The Earth in Space - Questions and Answers

Questions and solutions aimed at able KS3 or KS4 pupils that need to revise the basic ideas. There is an online version of the questions so that you can pull questions up on the whiteboard to talk the class through the solution and/or get them to mark their own. http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/Q&A/KS3/space/Spacequestions.html
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Energy Types - Questions and AnswersQuick View

Energy Types - Questions and Answers

Suitable for KS3 or 4. Solutions are given. Online questions can be used for whiteboard use: http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/Q&A/KS3/energy/Transitions/EnergyTransitionQuestions.html Using the whiteboard you can get pupils to mark their own while talking through the learning points raised by the exercise.
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Revision using past paper questionsQuick View

Revision using past paper questions

At this time of the year many students go through past papers to practise their examination skills. Over the years I have collected together questions that I have set for my students together with explanations of how to tackle the question. They are mainly for AQA as that was the syllabus I taught – but some are from different boards – selected to illustrate how to deal with a question type or topic that was not on the paper. There are two banks of questions: Multiple Choice: http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/Q&A/KS5/indexKS5Q&A_MC.html Structured Questions: http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/Q&A/KS5/indexKS5Q&A.html They can be used by a teacher in a variety of ways: Test/homework bank of questions Whiteboard demonstration – going through questions set for homework or in a test. Individual student work at revision stage for whole examination or end of a topic.
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Year 8 Dispersion Worksheet to be used with IPadsQuick View

Year 8 Dispersion Worksheet to be used with IPads

I created this worksheet using diagrams from the Cyberphysics Website. The students are given IPads in Year 8 and so I wanted something simple for them to do in the lesson. They set up the equipment for dispersion and then I ask them to take a photograph of the equipment and annotate it by labelling the equipment and explaining the method. I then get them to take a photo of the spectrum that they have created (with mixed results) and answer the questions below the diagram from the website.
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Energy WordsearchQuick View

Energy Wordsearch

Energy sources and types to be found from a grid. Clues reinforce background knowledge. Photo-copyable pdf for pupils and pdf of solution for teacher. Suitable for KS3 or KS4. Can be used via the whiteboard - online link is indicated on solution sheet.
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Kinetic Theory -Quick View

Kinetic Theory -

These kinetic theory summary notes and past paper questions can be used with A level students, either as revision or homework.
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Electrical energy and cost - Maths help cardQuick View

Electrical energy and cost - Maths help card

I'm trialing these help cards in my classroom to support Maths calculations in Physics. I introduce them to students when teaching the topic and then I leave them out throughout all related lessons etc If you use them and you have time to send me a message with some feedback, that would be brilliant.
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Assembly - I am SpecialQuick View

Assembly - I am Special

I wrote this for the launch of the cyber-chess.co.uk site; but it does not have to be related to chess at all! The theme is that a child will not know whether or not they have a special talent if they never 'have a go'. There is a prayer, suggested songs and a powerpoint that relates to the assembly.
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Cyber version of 'Fuzzy Felts'Quick View

Cyber version of 'Fuzzy Felts'

Fuzzy felts have been popular for a long time with small children. This resource proved to be very popular when I uploaded them, but the new format makes previewing them impossible on TES. These Flash graphics that are based on the original felt shapes can be displayed on a whiteboard to use in a classroom activity or used on a tablet or PC by individual children. They can be used to improve a child's dexterity, to stimulate imagination and creativity, enhance storytelling skills, promote discussion, etc. The information sheet gives an overview of the online resource. It is possible to download the swf files from the web or you can use them online. (There is always a warning that 'such files can damage your computer' so you might not be happy having a copy of the swf file on your computer itself).
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Circular Motion - Questions and AnswersQuick View

Circular Motion - Questions and Answers

Circular Motion, Stellar Evolution and Satellites Questions and Answers A GCSE worksheet and solutions - suitable for revision or homework. There are online versions of the questions that can be used with a whiteboard or with pupils' iPads within lessons.
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Advent AssembliesQuick View

Advent Assemblies

I published these a few years ago on the TES and they proved popular - but when the TES changed the format I took everything down. One is on the colour associated with the season - one on the wreath and one on the word advent http://www.cybercomputing.co.uk/TeachingResources/assembiles/advent.html gives you a link to the flash swf files. http://www.cybercomputing.co.uk/TeachingResources/assembiles/assemblies.html to the full list of assemblies I have done if you like the style.
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Christmas Assembly - History of the CelebrationQuick View

Christmas Assembly - History of the Celebration

Assembly on how the religious celebration of Christmas has changed over the centuries. Includes a prayer at the end. Content means that it is suitable for children at junior primary level or senior school. Could be used in a lesson for discussion. Mentions Saturnalia and Reformation. Supplied in several forms so you can choose which suits you best....
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Hanukkah AssemblyQuick View

Hanukkah Assembly

Whiteboard presentation - including animation. There are a couple of activty worksheets to accompany the Festival Assembly: Make a dreidle - activity and game for Hanukkah The worksheet is in three parts - instructions for teacher, net to photocopy, game instructions to copy. Star of David window display Maths - triangles Physics - coloured filters Art and design - cutting, gluing, assembling. Make a colourful window display for Hanukkah and Christmas. Multifaith element and fun activity. This resource can be found online at my site:http://www.cybercomputing.co.uk/TeachingResources/assembiles/hanukkah.html
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MomentsQuick View

Moments

A puzzle diagram to challenge your brightest! Can they use the principle of moments to solve the balanced system puzzle? Originally in a newspaper in 2009. I found these made excellent homework tasks... They really got the class talking about the topic! The solution is provided! Two puzzles included.
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