Advanced mechanics teaching resources: Angular motion

Resources and ideas for mathematics, advanced mechanics, angular motion, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Maths Mechanics 2 - Set of lesson powerpoints

Maths Mechanics 2 - Set of lesson powerpoints

As with my other resources for A-level, these are made to go with the Edexcel course and textbooks, and cover the whole of M2. The worksheets are a good starting point for exam preparation as they split the course up - better than sending them straight onto papers with all different topics on! If you like this then please check out my other resources on TES! EDIT 9/6/14: Added Mark Schemes to the worksheets!

By Owen134866

Mechanics 2 powerpoints

Mechanics 2 powerpoints

A set of powerpoints covering all topics in M2. Examples labelled WB correspond to the separately attached 'Workbook&' (I give this as a single booklet so pupils have a clear model answer to each topic). References to Exercises are from the Pearson Edexcel M2 textbook.

By danwalker

Mechanics 1 (Edexcel) Revision

Mechanics 1 (Edexcel) Revision

Here is my power point trying to structure questions for M1 from past papers. I have split the paper into 6 sections and tried to group questions together. For use by giving to pupils and leaving them to it, or working through topics as a class. Every question from 2006-present. Also works extremely well on iPads.

By supergenau

KS5 Maths Mechanics 2 - Centre of Mass

KS5 Maths Mechanics 2 - Centre of Mass

M2 introduction booklet. Recap of the work done in M1, detailed notes, examples and exams questions for M2. M1 Revision/Recap, CENTRE OF MASS OF A SYSTEM OF PARTICLES DISTRIBUTED IN TWO DIMENSIONS, CENTRE OF MASS OF A UNIFORM PLANE LAMINA, APPLICATION TO COMPOSITE FIGURES, FRAMEWORKS CONSTRUCTED FROM UNIFORM RODS AND WIRES, EQUILIBRIUM OF A UNIFORM LAMINA ON AN INCLINED PLANE, EQUILIBRIUM OF A PLANE LAMINAA

By chuckieirish

Alevel Maths Mechanics 2: Kinematics M2

Alevel Maths Mechanics 2: Kinematics M2

Revision Notes/booklet. Kinematics of a Particle Moving in a Straight Line or Plane. 1. Projectiles 2. Maximum height of a projectile 3. Time to maximum height and time of flight 4. Exam Questions 5. Differentiating and Integrating Vectors 6. More exam type questions

By chuckieirish

A Level Maths -Mechanics:Work, Energy and Power

A Level Maths -Mechanics:Work, Energy and Power

Revision Notes/Booklet 1. Work 2. Work done against gravity 3. Work done against friction 4. Questions 1 5. Forces at an angle to the direction of motion 6. Energy 7. Kinetic energy 8. Potential energy 9. Questions 2 10. Conservation of energy 11. Exam type question 12. Power 13. Questions 3

By chuckieirish

Differential Equations Treasure Hunt game C4/M2

Differential Equations Treasure Hunt game C4/M2

Treasure Hunt modelled on ATM Publication about Mathematical Treasure Hunts. Print out cards (may benefit from enlargement) stick around room. Give pupils different starting points and an answer grid. They answer the question on the card which contains their starting point then find the card with that answer in top corner etc

By nottcl

KS5 Maths: Mechanics 2 - Collisions M2

KS5 Maths: Mechanics 2 - Collisions M2

Comprehensive notes, questions and exapmles on Collisions 1. Reminder of M1 Type question. 2. Newton’s Law of Restitution for Direct Impact. 3. Loss of Mechanical Energy 4. Collisions and Vector Notation 5. Questions A 6. Impact of a particle with a fixed surface 7. Problems involving a range in the value of e 8. Multiple collisions and problems involving three particles. 9. Recoil of a Gun Plus exam type questions.

By chuckieirish

Projectiles Puzzle

Projectiles Puzzle

Jigsaw puzzle about a particle projected on horizontal ground. I've deliberately left the units out of the answers because they would give too big a clue to how the puzzle fits together

By SRWhitehouse

M2 Further Maths Centre of Mass display/activity

M2 Further Maths Centre of Mass display/activity

Thought I'd use the opportunity of centre of mass in the M2 syllabus to investigate the different methods practically; my Year 13 FM class then had the fantastic idea of turning it into a kind of Tetris/Pentis display. Compares centres of mass found by measuring and suspension, with a PowerPoint display explaining how it all works.

By JXN_Maths