AQA Physics Additional (P2) Revision Flash Cards:<br />
Question one slide and then answer on the reverse. Focuses students on the key questions in the various units covered. These can be printed or downloaded on to a phone to allow students to regularly access them. <br />
Topics covered: speed, acceleration, forces, resultant force, terminal velocity, mass, weight, stopping distances, crumple zones, work done, kinetic energy, potential energy, momentum, static electricity, electrical components, current, voltage, resistance, series, parallel, circuits, ac, dc, plugs, fuses, RCCB, power, charge, atomic structure, radioactivity, alpha, beta, gamma, fission, fusion, nuclear, reactor, half life, ionisation, star cycle, red giant, super red giant
The loop cards can be used as tool for assessment of prior learning, progress and revision. Students need to match the question on one card with the answer on another card, like dominoes. <br />
The answer sheet is given at the end of the document. <br />
This is good to do a pace and challenge activity.
Year 11 GCSE (Higher) RADIATION FOR LIFE OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 13-14 (P4g) 1) …background radiation comes from waste products and man made sources 2) …tracers are used in industry to find leaking or blocked pipes 3) …radioactive carbon can be used to date once living material
There are not that many revision activities for A-Level students, especially on the SNAB course, so these are revision sheets/posters, which have questions for students to complete. These questions are taken from the spec, so if they complete the posters it should cover the whole topic. There are instructions also included.<br />
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Attached is 30-40 minute independent work sheet taken from an Outstanding rated lesson. The worksheet features a detailed guide of how to calculate energy used, and provides further instructions that enable students to calculate cost. The final section of the worksheet allows students to calculate their own energy use in a typical day using unit prices taken from British Gas and EDF Energy, and average power ratings for common appliances. As an extension, students can calculate overall Energy cost with both British gas and EDF, then make a comparison between the two companies.<br />
Also attached is a Excel workbook in which students can enter their Total Energy uses and their Total Energy Cost values. The spreadsheet will automatically calculate class totals and class averages, as well as providing interesting facts (such as the Kg of Coal required to meet the daily Energy demand of the class).
Large card sorts -ideal for starter, plenary, main or revision activity.<br />
Suitable for a wide range of abilities. <br />
Great for working in mixed ability pairs.<br />
These are large (10 cards per page) recommended size for revision as part of a circus of activities, for multiple sets it is recommended that you use the smaller version (20 cards per page).<br />
AQA C1.1.1 Atoms<br />
AQA C1.1.2 The periodic table<br />
AQA C1.1.3 Chemical reactions<br />
AQA C1.2.1 Calcium carbonate<br />
AQA C1.3.1 Extracting metals<br />
AQA C1.3.2 Alloys<br />
AQA C1.3.3 Properties and uses of metals<br />
AQA C1.4.1 Crude oil<br />
AQA C1.4.2 Hydrocarbons<br />
AQA C1.4.3 Hydrocarbon fuels<br />
AQA C1.5.1 Obtaining useful substances from crude oil<br />
AQA C1.5.2 Polymers<br />
AQA C1.5.3 Ethanol<br />
AQA C1.6.1 Vegetable oils<br />
AQA C1.6.2 Emulsions<br />
AQA C1.6.3 Saturated and unsaturated oils<br />
AQA C1.7.1 The Earth''s crust<br />
AQA C1.7.2 The Earth's Atmosphere
Complete instructions for making a model cell from cheap, everyday materials.<br />
Emphasis on the skills needed to successfully complete the task.<br />
Revision quiz on specialised cells and basic cell structure included.<br />
A prompt slide of suggestions if pupils are stuck.<br />
An evaluation sheet to print and complete by pupils.
This extensive power point covers the GCSE Additional Science Physics syllabus covering atomic structure, radioactivity, isotopes, ionising radiation, half life, alpha, beta and gamma sources, uses of radiation, radioactivity safety, nuclear fission and fusion.
The power point is colourful, has good diagrams, and includes exam technique and how to answer questions.
Two worksheets - atomic structure & history , balancing nuclear equations
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This highly visual presentation contains 67 slides that will get your learners thinking about electricity and electric circuits. Scaffolded note-taking worksheets for pupils, homework assignments and a quiz are also provided. Appropriate for your Year 7 or Year 8 pupils. Learning objectives covered in this resources are listed below.
• By the end of this lesson, pupils should know:
1. that electricity is a form of energy.
2. that current electricity can be produced from cells, batteries or the mains
3. that there are a range of appliances in the home, which use electricity.
4. that we can represent components by symbols.
5. that current electricity flows in conductors but not in insulators.
6. that a complete path is needed from one side of the battery to the other for electricity to flow.
7. how a switch works.
8. that there are two types of circuit, series and parallel.
9. that current is measured in Amps.
10. that current is measured using an ammeter.
11. how to connect and use an ammeter.
12. that in a series circuit, the current is the same all the way round the circuit.
13. that in a parallel circuit, the current is shared but not lost or used up.
14. that the current in a series circuit depends upon the number and type of components used.
15. that a battery is a store of electrical energy.
16. that voltage is a measure of the amount of energy or push given to the current.
17. that more cells in series equals more voltage.
18. that the effect of voltage upon current and bulb brightness.
19. that an electric current causes a wire to become hot. .
20. that the bigger the current, the higher the temperature of the wire.
21. that if too much current flows, the wire will melt.
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