Secondary force and motion resources

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Targeted Experiment / Required Practical template 1

Targeted Experiment / Required Practical template 1

Experiment/ required practical sheet designed to bridge the gap between KS3 experiments and preparing students for KS4 GCSE required practicals. Each set (1-5) have been designed with different targets based on key terminology students will need to be able to recognise and use in the NEW 2015 GCSEs. There is a low, middle and high ability sheet in each set of templates.

By Rmallows89

igcse physics chapter 6 energy transfers whole documents

igcse physics chapter 6 energy transfers whole documents

it includes 1 hand out (students complete absent places while you present the topic), 1 presentation (power point covers everything for topic) and 2 videos of my students to show an example of kinetic energy effect and 1 worksheet as a homework ( it covers questions which were asked before in igcse examination

By mutlu_phys

Investigative Science Skills - Bouncing Ball Challenge

Investigative Science Skills - Bouncing Ball Challenge

A colourful and engaging 50 minute investigative science lesson. Based on the technical challenge from the hit TV baking show, students are given a brief method and a success criteria - to find the exact height needed to drop a ball in order for it to bounce 32cm. They have to use the equipment, set it up, get results, plot a graph and extrapolate the answer before filling in an evaluation. This resource features: - Three levels of challenge with further differentiation potential using the hint cards - Colourful slides with copyright infringement free images - Common targets on a slide using the dot marking system (resource can be found here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/dot-marking-regain-your-life-11165485)

By bs2sjh

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Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: GCSE Magnets

Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: GCSE Magnets

An exemplar FREE version of this game is available to try before you buy. With this version the questions are unlocked and can be altered. Four in a Row games on six other physics topics are available individually from my shop or as a bundle at a greatly reduced price. Four in a Row is a game for your whiteboard. Nothing needs to be printed or prepared to play this game. The game-play is somewhere between noughts and crosses and blockbusters. Two teams alternate, competing to correctly answer questions on the grid. The board is interactive - clicking tiles changes the colours and also reveals answers. Magnets Four in a Row is designed primarily for GCSE Physics/ Combined Science courses but may be useful elsewhere.

By bennyjohn5

Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: GCSE Magnets FREE PHYSICS FUN

Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: GCSE Magnets FREE PHYSICS FUN

Four in a Row games on six other physics topics are available individually from my shop or as a bundle at a greatly reduced price. Four in a Row is a game for your whiteboard. Nothing needs to be printed or prepared to play this game. The game-play is somewhere between noughts and crosses and blockbusters. Two teams alternate, competing to correctly answer questions on the grid. The board is interactive - clicking tiles changes the colours and also reveals answers. Magnets Four in a Row is designed primarily for the new GCSE Physics/ Combined Science courses but may be useful for younger years also.

By bennyjohn5

Centripetal Force and Orbital Motion: GCSE 9-1 Physics

Centripetal Force and Orbital Motion: GCSE 9-1 Physics

This is a fully differentiated lesson aimed at teaching the new AQA GCSE Physics specification, linking to both the Space Physics and Forces modules. This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *Describe that an object moving at a constant speed can be constantly accelerating towards the centre of an object *Explain what the centripetal force is *Apply the factors that affect the centripetal force to explain what happens to it with an increase in velocity, mass and radius *Link the equation to calculate the centripetal force 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!

By ellisbrooomhall

Ultimate GCSE Science Glossary bundle

Ultimate GCSE Science Glossary bundle

Contains full glossaries, quick quizzes, quiz quiz trade cards, display posters and much more for Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Includes both trilogy and separate science materials.

By wilko70