Energy stores / Types of energyQuick View

Energy stores / Types of energy

Topic: Energy / Energy stores / Types of energy Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS4 physics on Energy Stores ( or previously known as Different Types of Energy). Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: 18 slides with clickable items for navigation. Answers to questions in slides reveal upon clicking. I have written "Presenter's notes" under some slides, mostly about extension ideas and some simple notes on the theory. 2. Notes for pupils: Use this 3 page document as worksheets or handouts. Pupils can take notes during lesson or complete tasks in this editable document. Also, it includes 1 exam style question. 3. Printout: A list of descriptions (clues) for pupils to read and guess which energy store the description is referring to. (This can be cut out and put in a hat for pupils to pick out.) This makes Task 1 in the powerpoint interactive. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload all my lessons on "Energy and Energy Resources" so that you can have a complete set of lessons for this unit. Enjoy!
physics_teacher_1988
Power and EnergyQuick View

Power and Energy

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics and Trilogy Physics specification, and links to the Energy and Energy resources module. This lesson has 5 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify factors that make an object more powerful than another. *Describe the difference between energy and power. *Explain how to calculate the power of a device. *Apply your understanding of power and efficiency to calculate the efficiency of a device. *Link P=I^2R and E=Pt to calculate the resistance of a device. This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. All answers to the questions are provided. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
ellisbrooomhall
Changes in Energy StoresQuick View

Changes in Energy Stores

This resource is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE specification, and links to the Energy and Energy resources module. This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Identify the different ways energy can be stored. *Describe what the conservation of energy is. *Describe the energy transfers that happen when an object falls. *Explain the energy transfers that happen when a falling object hits the ground without bouncing back. This lesson is designed with a challenge objective and challenge questions throughout to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations and objectives will work in your lesson. Enjoy! V2 - an additional resource has been uploaded to refer to energy types as energy stores. You are able to choose either resource to deliver to your groups.
ellisbrooomhall
Energy transfer OUTSTANDING lessonQuick View

Energy transfer OUTSTANDING lesson

This is an active lesson on energy transfers. I set up different objects/ pictures around the room. students did the starter ( differentiated) I taught energy transfer and diagrams for few minutes. students then circulated the room to write down energy in and energy out of the different objects. students returned and did simple energy transfer diagrams ( differentiated worksheets included) mini plenary happened and based on this some students stayed and did more energy transfers or progressed to extension - energy and efficiency. The lesson was graded as Outstanding as it gave timely feedback, active and was differentiated and for the wow factor at the end. I ended with plenary of ' methane bubble demo' and students drew a energy transfer diagram for this!
BushraHayat
New AQA GCSE Chemistry Energy Changes / Bond Energy LessonQuick View

New AQA GCSE Chemistry Energy Changes / Bond Energy Lesson

This resource is a lesson with activities covering the energy changes section of the new AQA Chemistry 2016 specification. This resource includes: 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: A counting the types of bond in a compound activity 3: A step by step guild on how energy change is calculated 4: A calculating total bond energy in a compound activity 5: A using energy change to draw an energy level diagram plenary activity Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
GCSE Physics Worksheets - Forces, Motion and EnergyQuick View

GCSE Physics Worksheets - Forces, Motion and Energy

This pack of materials consists of nine worksheets and fully worked out answers. Resultant Forces Forces and Motion: Distance Time Graphs Forces and Motion: Velocity Time Graphs Forces and Braking Forces and Terminal Velocity Forces and Elasticity Forces and Energy: Potential Energy Forces and Energy: Kinetic Energy Momentum They have been designed to match the needs of the AQA Physics GCSE syllabus for the first half of module P2, but could be used with any GCSE Physics syllabus or appropriate unit from GCSE Double Science. They are suitable for use in class or as homework. They cover the areas of forces, motion and energy. Each worksheet contains the relevant equation/s to complete the work, so that students should find the tasks accessible. The focus for calculation questions is on the process of getting to the answer rather than the answer itself. (Many answer guides or mark schemes simply quote the correct answer without the details to help a struggling student see how it was achieved). My aim is to produce five more units of similar materials to complete the Physics GCSE. I would appreciate any feedback, errors or omissions to help me with this work going forward.
iandaubney
NEW AQA GCSE Physics (2016) - Energy resourcesQuick View

NEW AQA GCSE Physics (2016) - Energy resources

This is a resource which meets specification points from the NEW AQA GCSE Physics 'Energy' SoW. Other lessons from this SoW can be found in my TES Shop (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/JodieMay611). This lesson begins by pupils considering which of the energy resources are renewable or non-renewable. Pupils will then use the posters, which can be placed around the room or on pupils desks, to complete a table which identifies how the energy resource generates electricity and the advantages and disadvantages of each energy resource. Pupils are then given a list of statements about all power stations which they need to cut and stick (or write) into two columns - advantages or disadvantages. **To challenge higher ability pupils this could be completed at the back of students books, so they cannot use information from the previous task**. Pupils can then peer-assess their work. The plenary activity is a past-paper question which involves analysing some data on the usage of different power stations between two time periods. The mark scheme is included, pupils can use this to either peer-assess or self-assess their answer. All resources are included. Please review, I would appreciate any feedback :). Thanks!
SWiftScience
Energy BundleQuick View

Energy Bundle

Energy Bundle New purchasers get 90% off this resource. Enter code: 90November @ checkout! Return buyers get 50% off with code: 50THANKS @ checkout! This is a bundle of 4 of our fully resourced 'Grab and Go' lessons plus an AFL activity. The Bundled resources are: Energy Efficiency Lesson: This is a fully differentiated lesson teaching pupils about energy efficiency It is suggested that you include a practical such as the custard powder with Bunsen burner experiment. A you tube link for this is included within the PPT should you wish to show the pupils without conducting the experiment yourself. This Science resource pack contains: A PPT (27 slides) and handouts (8 sheets) . Activities include: Starter Task: Two Thinking Skills questions- One on efficiency and one on energy transfer. An energy transfer and efficiency activity-We suggest that the 'Differentiated Word Bank' be printed on the back of the energy transfer and efficiency activity sheet for ease of use should the pupils require it. A YouTube clip on the custard powder experiment. An activity on devices and percentage of waste. Activity-Create a bar Graph based on the data for the devices and percentage of waste. Extension Task: Create a pie chart on the data. Plenary (Exit task) : Good Graph, Bad Graph-Pupils are shown examples of bar graphs and are asked if they are correct or incorrect. Energy Transfer: This is a lesson teaching pupils the different types of energy transfer and the conservation of energy. It is suggested that you include a practical such as the screaming jelly baby or the custard powder with Bunsen burner experiment. A you tube link for both of these is included within the PPT should you wish to show the pupils without conducting the experiment yourself. This Science resource pack contains: A PPT (14 slides) and handouts (2 sheets) . Included in this Science resource is one of our timers complete with MUSIC. Activities include: Starter Task: Thinking Skills question on energy transfer Activity on on energy transfer in the body. Thinking Skills activity on energy transfer with everyday devices. Choice of two YouTube clips on the two practicals mentioned above. You may conduct one of these experiments yourself if you so wish. Plenary (Exit task) : Starter & Plenary Prompt Selector . This alone is worth £3! Sankey Diagrams Lesson: This is a fully differentiated lesson teaching pupils of how to represent energy efficiency as a Sankey diagram. This Sankey Diagram pack contains: A PPT (33 slides) and handouts (5 sheets) . Activities include: Starter Task:A Thinking Skills questions- on energy efficiency. A demonstration on how to draw Sankey Diagrams. Pupils will then look at three devices and their energy efficiency. Activity: Pupils have to calculate the energy efficiency of these three items and create Sankey diagrams based on the data. There are differentiated sheets within the workbook to aid pupils who are having difficulties in drawing them. A peer assessment on the individual activities is included too. Exit task/Plenary: Pupils have to name the energy in the pictures, identify the useful energies and state whether they are efficient or not. In our lessons, all key words are added to our KS3 Science - Scientific Vocabulary A-Z . If you like this resource, please give us a review and we will send you a free resource of your choice of the same value. Renewable Energy AFL: Pull the udder one! A completely customisable true or False activity. This particular one is based on renewable energy. Pupils love the interaction shouting moo (true) or quacking for false statements. This can be used as a starter, plenary or an AFL checkpoint activity throughout the lesson. Types of Energy: This is an interactive lesson that consists of 26 slides (PowerPoint) on the topic of Energy and an 8 page Energy resource booklet covering the different types of Energy; Kinetic Energy Sound Energy Chemical Energy Thermal Energy Electrical Energy Solar Energy Light Energy Gravitational potential Energy Elastic potential Energy You can find a preview of the booklet that is included in this lesson @ http://fliphtml5.com/gonfq/sdyc The starter activity is based on our conveyer pelt activity and is designed to ascertain prior knowledge. There is a worksheet to fill in based on this and the subsequent class discussion. Pupils then peer assess each other's work. There is an interactive selector based on the popular fidget spinners. Pupils are taken through the 8 different types of energy and they have to make notes on the 'What is energy?' worksheet. It is suggested that this be enlarged to A3 size. Pupils are tasked with inserting the new vocabulary learnt during the lesson into their vocabulary booklets. Following which there is an interactive quiz where pupils are asked 20 questions (provided) and the team to get the most points wins. In our lessons, all key words are added to our KS3 Science - Scientific Vocabulary A-Z . We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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KS3 Phyics - Energy,  Forms of Energy, Transfers, Transformations, Diagrams, Conservation, FuelsQuick View

KS3 Phyics - Energy, Forms of Energy, Transfers, Transformations, Diagrams, Conservation, Fuels

This resource includes a highly visual PowerPoint presentation (over 90 slides!) on the topic of ENERGY, forms of energy, energy transformations and energy diagrams. The presentation uses many visual aids and is thoughtfully animated to promote participation from learners of all abilities. Two worksheets and sample exam questions (71 questions with ANSWERS!)) are also included. Appropriate for year 7 or year 8 pupils. Students will learn: 1. that energy is the capacity or ability to do work (the ability to make matter change) 2. that generally, there are 2 types of energy: potential energy and kinetic energy 3. that there are many forms of potential and kinetic energy including: thermal energy (heat), electromagnetic energy (radiated), sound energy, gravitational potential energy (GPE), elastic potential, nuclear, chemical energy and electrical energy. 4. that gravitational energy depends on an object's mass and height above the earth's surface 5. that kinetic energy depends on an object's mass and how fast it is moving 6. that energy is transformed from one form to another 7. that a fuel is stored energy, which must be burnt to release the energy 8. Fuel + Oxygen = Energy + Carbon Dioxide + Water + Waste Product 9. that most of the Earth's energy ultimately comes from the Sun 10. that energy sources can be described as either renewable or Non-renewable 11. that Renewable means can be used again or replaced within a Iifetime 12. some advantages and disadvantages of energy sources 13. the need for energy saving with non-renewable energy sources and ultimately with all energy sources 14. to construct an energy transfer diagram 15. to construct a Sankey diagram 16. that energy is conserved in an energy transformation I hope you find this resource useful. Cheers.
sciencecorner
Heat Energy - Heat TransferQuick View

Heat Energy - Heat Transfer

A presentation suitable for KS4 looking at heat transfer. Presentation includes multi-choice questions to engage students and get them thinking about the subject throughout the presentation. Learning Objective(s): Explore the concepts of thermal energy transfer, including conduction, convection and radiation. Main Skills: Interpret written text and diagrams. Duration: Approximately 30 mins 19 slides covering: • Transfer of Heat • Conduction • Convection • Radiation
ljcreate
GCSE Physics1-9: Energy lessons and sowQuick View

GCSE Physics1-9: Energy lessons and sow

This Bundle contains the scheme of work and checklists for the new energy unit triple and combined. The schemes contain ( starter , main plenary suggestions on each lesson). This Bundle contains lessons, resources to teach these including differentiated sheets, energy test, energy exam ( differentiated) . It also contains Extended writing frames.
BushraHayat
The Challenge of Resource Management - Resource and Energy ManagementQuick View

The Challenge of Resource Management - Resource and Energy Management

10 part lesson series originally designed for the GCSE module The Challenge of Resource Management. This is the compulsory managing resources section alongside the optional energy management section. Specifically designed for the new AQA A Geography GCSE but also suitable for Edexcel and OCR. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter, lesson aim, tasks and extensions. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - The global distribution of resources 2 - Provision of food in the UK 3 - Provision of water in the UK 4 - Provision of energy in the UK 5 - Global energy supply and demand 6 - Impact of energy insecurity 7 - Strategies to increase energy supply 8 - Gas - a non renewable energy resource 9 - Sustainable energy use 10 - Micro hydro ICT research
thisisgeography
Year 7 Physics - Energy transfers, Storing energy, Renewable/non-renewable energy resourcesQuick View

Year 7 Physics - Energy transfers, Storing energy, Renewable/non-renewable energy resources

Set of complete lessons based on the new curriculum; energy transfers, fuels, renewable/non renewable energy sources and electricity. Lessons are good to go or can be tailored to your specific requirements. Worksheets referenced are from the Exploring Science package. 1. Energy in food 3. Energy transfers 4. Storing energy 5. Investigating fuels 6. Liquid fuels 7. Renewable/non-renewable 8. Generating electricity 9. Solar power 10. Making changes
Sigyn
NEW Trilogy (AQA) GCSE Physics - Internal EnergyQuick View

NEW Trilogy (AQA) GCSE Physics - Internal Energy

This lesson is designed to meet specification points for the 'Particle states of matter' module for the new Trilogy (AQA) GCSE Physics specification. The lesson begins by considering the differences between the properties of solids, liquids and gases. Using the images on the PowerPoint slide pupils can firstly discuss what they think the differences are and the teacher can expand on this and relate the different properties to the arrangement of particles in each state of matter. The next activity involves pupils completing a table by choosing correct statements off the board to go in the right places to describe the properties and structural features of solids, liquids and gases. Pupils can then self-assess their work using the answers provided on the PowerPoint slide. The concept of internal energy is then introduced and explained on a PowerPoint slide, it may be helpful for pupils to summarise the information and write their own definition in their books using the information provided. Pupils will then completed a mid-plenary exam question and mark this using the mark scheme provided. For the next activity pupils are given a worksheet which involves different tasks regarding the properties and structural arrangement of particles in solids, liquids and gases and how this relates to internal energy. Pupils can self-assess or peer-assess this work using the mark scheme provided. The plenary activity involves pupils identifying whether statements are true or false, again the answers are provided for this activity. All worksheets and answers are included in the PowerPoint presentation. Thank you :)
SWiftScience
Conservation of energy and energy transfersQuick View

Conservation of energy and energy transfers

An engaging lesson presentation (29 slides) and accompanying differentiated worksheets that uses the law of the conservation of energy to show students how energy is transferred in systems. The lesson begins by challenging the students with a "crack the code" task to enable them to find out the definition of the law. Moving forwards, they will have to recall the energy forms which they will have met at KS3 and add in any equations which they are now challenged to recall at GCSE. A few worked examples are used to show the students how energy transfer diagrams work before they are able to test themselves with some further examples. A link is made between this topic and power stations as this is commonly seen in examinations. Finally, students will have to carry out a series of calculations to convert between gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy to find a maximum speed and will then learn why the speed would actually be a lot lower than they determined. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding and there is a set homework included. This lesson has been written for GCSE students but parts of it could be used with KS3, especially the highest ability
GJHeducation
Worksheet - Energy Transfers for Energy ResourcesQuick View

Worksheet - Energy Transfers for Energy Resources

Worksheet showing the energy transfers for each of the energy resources pupils need to know. Pupils must write in the forms of energy. Energy resources pictures from: http://www.eon-uk.com/EnergyExperience/491.htm
CSnewin
New AQA Chemistry Topic 5: Energy ChangesQuick View

New AQA Chemistry Topic 5: Energy Changes

** Trilogy and Separate science courses** Over 20 resources that cover everything you need to deliver topic 5 from the new AQA specification, lesson Power Points, activity sheets to accompany each lesson, and practice exam questions. Every lesson slide has graded LOs and key words visible - these can be changed from the master slide view on MS PowerPoint. For the required practical within this unit there are lessons and methods formatted into student friendly language from the AQA handbook as well as follow up work to support their knowledge.
hayleyamelia