GCSE AQA Physics - Forces and motionQuick View

GCSE AQA Physics - Forces and motion

5 Lessons on GCSE AQA Physics 'Forces and Motion. Lessons include: - Forces and acceleration. - Terminal velocity. - Forces and Braking. - Momentum. - Impact Forces. - Forces and Elasticity. Please see individual item listing for details on each individual lesson. ALL lessons have answer keys in the PowerPoint
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GCSE AQA Physics - Force & ElasticityQuick View

GCSE AQA Physics - Force & Elasticity

New GCSE AQA Physics lesson on Forces and Elasticity written in line with new AQA Physics specification. Lesson starts by discussing what elasticity is in relation to familiar, everyday objects which then challenge pupil thinking with 'slo-mo' videos of these objects being impacted. Elasticity is then further explored with compression and tension in springs and also related to other objects. To assist pupils in their understanding of the force extension graphs for materials proportionality is reviewed mathematically. A class experiment is detailed using simple Physics equipment to test everyday materials for to produce a force-extension graph. Conclusions can then be drawn from the data produced in this experiment. Hooke's law is detailed and related to a simply spring extension experiment and used to highlight spring constants. Plenary poses a summary question for pupils to answer with detailed responses showing their understanding of elasticity. Learning Objectives: - Identify objects in compression or tension. - Explain what is meant by a proportional relationship. - Describe an experiment to extension of an object due to force applied. - Interpret and draw conclusions from a force-extension graph.
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ForcesQuick View

Forces

Simple activity to get the students thinking about where forces act.
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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.
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GCSE AQA Physics - Scalars and Vectors (+ Forces)Quick View

GCSE AQA Physics - Scalars and Vectors (+ Forces)

New AQA GCSE lesson on Scalars and Vectors (+ Forces) written in line with new GCSE AQA specification. All questions provided with answers within power point. Starter asks how far away a school is from a home - this prompts responses from pupils that either follow the road or straight across the field. This introduces the idea of distance and displacement which is explained in detail. This is also used to explain magnitude, scalars and vectors. A series of questions review pupils understanding of distance and displacement. A quick class activity reviews a number of different variables to classify each as scalar or vector. Speed and Velocity are identified as a scalar and vector by reviewing the equations and then also related to acceleration. This leads to force the representation of force vectors and scale diagrams. A quick review of forces and different types of forces lead to force interactions and their effects. A set of review questions provides use of force vectors. Lesson Objectives: - Explain how displacement and distance are different. - Identify and explain scalar and vector quantities. - Identify different types of forces and how these can be represented. - Explain what the effect of simple force interactions will have on objects.
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GCSE AQA Physics - 10.6 - Impact ForcesQuick View

GCSE AQA Physics - 10.6 - Impact Forces

New GCSE AQA Physics lesson on Impact Forces written in line with new AQA Physics specification. All questions provided with answers within power point. Starter 'Car Wars' looks at the test collision between an old and a new vehicle to stimulate discussion of collisions and safety - posing the question which car is safer and why? This is discussed and reviewed focusing on crumple zones and comparing how each car crumpled and why this is good (or for the old car, bad). Crumple zones, air bags and seat belts are detailed and discussed for common function - to increase impact time to decrease impact force. This concept is highlighted by exploring the physics mathematically. Review questions with answers are provided for the topic. Lesson Objectives: - Identify key safety features of vehicles to reduce impact force. - Explain how ‘impact time’ affects impact force. - Relate momentum to impact forces in collisions and explain how impact forces can be reduced in car collisions. - Calculate impact forces resulting from collisions.
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GCSE AQA Physics - Forces in Balance BundleQuick View

GCSE AQA Physics - Forces in Balance Bundle

5 Lessons on GCSE AQA Physics 'Forces in Balance. Lessons include: - Vectors and Scalars. - Resultant Forces. - Centre of Mass. - Moment, Gear and Equilibrium. - Resolution of forces (Parallelogram/Geometric method. Please see individual item listing for details on each individual lesson. ALL lessons have answer keys in the PowerPoint
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Resultant forcesQuick View

Resultant forces

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Designed for the new specification AQA GCSE( covers spec point 4.5.1.4 ) course but can be modified for other exam boards. 13 slides covering Resultant forces . By the end of the powerpoint students would have covered: Add labels to a diagram to show several forces acting on it. Calculate resultant force produced by several forces acting on an object in coplanar directions. Draw a scaled free-body force diagram showing forces as vectors and find the resultant force vector.
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Intermolecular Forces Year 12 BTECQuick View

Intermolecular Forces Year 12 BTEC

A lesson on intermolecular forces. A Year 12 BTEC lesson designed for Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Certificate in Applied Science Unit 1 (Principles and Applications of Science I). Lesson covers electronegativity, bond polarity, dipoles and types of intermolecular forces. Includes questions for students to do on the slides. No printing required.
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Moments / Turning ForcesQuick View

Moments / Turning Forces

Lesson includes LOs and Starter activity Worked examples Student Questions (With answers) Please leave feedback and rate
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Measuring ForcesQuick View

Measuring Forces

Ks3 resource for measuring forces. Introduction lesson to forces. Newton meter practical using spring and hanging masses. Easy lesson taught a million times never not been good and engaging. Lesson 1 out of 8. Included - Lesson plan - Detailed PowerPoint with animations. Also contains all answers to worksheets. (51 pages but contains all Worksheets). - All worksheets, included starter, and main worksheet needed for practical and differentiated lower and higher ability. - Three different plenaries - Homework worksheet, with answers. Aspects of National curriculum lesson covers (In varying detail): • Gravity force, weight = mass x gravitational field strength (g), on Earth g=10 N/kg. • Balanced forces and opposing forces and equilibrium: weight held by stretched spring. • Forces as pushes or pulls, arising from the interaction between two objects. • Forces measured in Newtons (N). • Measurements of stretch or compression as force is changed.
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Forces in motion: Resultant forces, adding force vectorsQuick View

Forces in motion: Resultant forces, adding force vectors

Topic: Forces in balance: Resultant forces 1. Define and calculate resultant force. 2. Add forces in two dimensions. Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson and complete tasks in this editable document. Contains exam practice question at the end. 3. Mark scheme for exam practice question. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Check out some bundles I've put together. Enjoy!
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Contact and non-contact forcesQuick View

Contact and non-contact forces

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Designed for the new specification AQA GCSE course (Spec point 4.5.1.2) but can be modified for other exam boards. 11 slides covering Contact and non-contact forces. By the end of the powerpoint students would have covered: -Define what forces are -State the units for forces -Be able to explain the differences between contact and non-contact forces.
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ForcesQuick View

Forces

New for AQA Combined Science Trilogy: 'Forces' module. Bundle of full lessons and resources ready to use straight 'out of the box' You can download the first lesson 'Scalar and vector' for free and purchase all the lessons and materials in the unit as a bundle - see shop. Full lesson ready to use straight 'out of the box'. Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing Differentiated activities Plenary sections for progress checking Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Homework provided Feedback welcome :D
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Types of forcesQuick View

Types of forces

The first lesson in a topic about Forces. This lesson introduces pupils to the main forces and asks them to label many examples. It also introduces concepts from GCSE to challenge the more able. A very engaging lesson with a well presented set of resources.
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GCSE AQA Physics- P10.3 - Forces and BrakingQuick View

GCSE AQA Physics- P10.3 - Forces and Braking

New GCSE AQA Physics lesson on Forces and Braking written in line with new AQA Physics specification. All questions are provided with answer within the Power Point. Lesson starts by discussing the speed limit for vehicles against the maximum speeds vehicles can achieve. Stopping distances is explored by looking at different size vehicles going at the same velocity and then braking. Stopping distance is also reviewed against different velocities. Thinking distance and braking distance are highlighted and discussed with a class activity exploring the effects of different factors on thinking distance with higher or lower activity. A class activity is also provided to investigate pupils reaction time to relate to thinking distance. A quick review on resultant forces in relation to vehicles is explored through questioning, this leads to the physics of stopping vehicles through braking. This leads to an exploration of the physics of braking in terms of changes to energy stores and then also how to calculate braking force. Summary questions are provided on this topic to finish the lesson. Plenary poses the starting question again in light of new information pupils will now have. Lesson Objectives: - Evaluate different vehicle speeds for stopping distances - Explain what happens during braking of a vehicle. - Identify and explain what can effect the stopping distance of a vehicle. - Investigate how a drivers reaction time effect stopping distance. - Calculate the braking force of a required for moving vehicles.
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Year 7 Forces lesson 1 - Introduction to forcesQuick View

Year 7 Forces lesson 1 - Introduction to forces

Students learn how to identify the forces around them as well as categorise them as either contact or non-contact forces. They will also learn how forces always come in pairs (action and reaction) and to label forces on free-body diagrams. There is a worksheet to practise labelling forces differentiated for low, middle and high ability.
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Forces in balance: Force diagrams, Reaction pairs, Newton's third lawQuick View

Forces in balance: Force diagrams, Reaction pairs, Newton's third law

Topic: Forces in balance: Force diagrams 1. Identify reaction pairs using Newton’s third law of motion. 2. Draw force diagrams to represent forces acting on an object. Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson and complete tasks in this editable document. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Check out some bundles I've put together. Enjoy!
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