Not the most precise use of the technical terms, which is disappointing, especially "[convection] is the transfer of heat through the movement of particles from hotter parts to cooler parts" which is very misleading. The questions are also quite superficial.
Useful as a 'starting point' to create your own worksheet, specific to your classes, but I wouldn't want to use 'as is'.
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.<br />
Learning Objective(s):<br />
Explore the concepts of thermal energy transfer, including conduction, convection and radiation.<br />
Main Skills: Interpret written text and diagrams.<br />
Duration: Approximately 30 mins<br />
19 slides covering:<br />
• Transfer of Heat<br />
• Conduction<br />
• Convection<br />
• Radiation<br />
Class presentation and activities on heat energy transfer. By the end of the lesson , pupils will know the difference between heat and temperature and be able to state that heat energy can flow by Conduction, Convection and Radiation.
**This resource has been recommended by the TES Resource Team**<br />
Resource UPDATED May 2016. Thank you for all the positive comments and ratings. <br />
This presentation contains 67 slides! Note-taking worksheets are also provided. It will get your students thinking about electricity, electric circuits, making circuits, drawing circuit diagrams, and measuring values in an electric circuit. Appropriate for for Year 7 up to Year 10<br />
Covers circuit components and circuit diagrams, series circuit, parallel circuit, and measuring current and voltage in series and parallel circuits. <br />
Hope you find it useful. Please rate and comment.
**UPDATED May 2016** Thank you for all the positive comments and ratings. <br />
A PowerPoint and some worksheets I used to teach or the unit on sound to my Year 8 class. Can also be used for Year 7 or as a revision at the end of the unit. <br />
Covers sound waves, frequency, amplitude, pitch, noise, parts of the ear, hearing loss, ultrasounds, uses of sound. Hope you find it useful. <br />
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Print these slides out as 6 slides per page, and your students have all their physics notes for P2 on 4 pieces of paper in this high quality resource. Print it in colour for maximum benefit. Students could cut these out to form revision cards, or use as a R.A.G activity in class.