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GCSE Edexcel 9-1 Physics Topic 4 Waves (SP4)

GCSE Edexcel 9-1 Physics Topic 4 Waves (SP4)

Full lessons with resources for those teaching GCSE Edexcel Physics Topic 4 for Triple Science classes. If you are teaching Combined Science only then the CP4 bundle will be more suitable for you as it does not contain the extra lesson required for Triple Science. Lessons include easy to follow presentations that promote high levels of pupil engagement. The bundle includes 7 full lessons with associated resources plus the required core practical and my lesson overview and resources list for the topic. A very small number of the resources require access to Pearson Active Teach, however, the vast majority are included in the presentations or as a separate file.
physicsangel6
Newton's Laws of Motion Card Sort with QR code

Newton's Laws of Motion Card Sort with QR code

This card sort activity will challenge your students to identify and categorize all 3 of Newton's Laws. This interactive card sort contains 9 pages of cards (4 per page) for a total of 36 different cards. These cards are great for review, rotations, partner work, or individual. I have included 2 versions in this pack 1. with a QR code so that students can self mark their own work, freeing up your teacher time 2. For an extra challenge, and more teacher lead, a copy without the QR code. Included in this set is the following: -3 category cards (ex. Newton's 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Law) -3 definitions (one for each category card) -10 examples with pictures of each law (30 example cards total) - An answer key has also been included for reference. Please remember to follow me. Enjoy
Kiwilander
OCR A Level Physics - Unit 6: Fundamental Particles

OCR A Level Physics - Unit 6: Fundamental Particles

This is a differentiated resource aimed at teachers and tutors that are delivering the OCR A Level Physics course. This lesson covers Unit 6: Fundamental Particles. Throughout the resource, there are a number of examples and AfL points to makes sure that students are moving along with the new ideas, with answers provided for all questions. There are also additional practice questions from past papers provided at the end of the powerpoint (including answers) that can be used to show the students application of understanding. The learning objectives and the associated links to the OCR A Level Physics A (H156/H556) Specificaition covered through this resource are: OCR A level Physics - 6.4.2 a) Particles and anti-particles b) Similarities and differences between particles and anti-particles c) Classification of hadrons and the forces they are affected by d) Classification of leptons and the forces they experience e) Simple quark model of hadrons in terms of up, down and strange quarks and their respective anti-quarks f) Quark model of proton and neutron g) Charges of quarks and anti quarks h) Beta+ and beta- decay i) Beta minus decay in terms of a quark model j) Beta+ decay in terms of a quark model k) Balancing quark transformation equations in terms of charge l) Decay of particles in terms of the quark model NB: These specification links are correct at the point of uploading (15/01/18) and will be monitored for updates.
ellisbrooomhall
AQA Physics Unit 1 (4.1) - Energy and Energy Production Revision

AQA Physics Unit 1 (4.1) - Energy and Energy Production Revision

This consolidated revision resource consists of 131 slides of content, past paper questions (3 for each topic ordered in difficulty from Foundation to Higher) for revision and the answers for self or peer marking (each slide is referenced so students know what they will be marking) - Perfect for setting up a physics revision class or consolidation if you are short of time! Each point of AQA 4.1 specification has been covered and referenced in a slide to share learning outcomes, and a simplified version of this has been placed next to the specification points to direct students to what they need to know. This resource has been split into 6 'sessions', and have been used for after school revision sessions for students on the combined science course (foundation and higher) and the Physics only course. These sessions are: 1) Energy Stores and Systems 2) Specific Heat Capacity 3) Power 4) Efficiency 5) Energy Sources 6) Thermal Conductivity Each session (including the exam questions) is around 20 slides long, and I have found it takes about 45-60 minutes to go through each one. Check the animations before delivery to look at timings before delivery to the students. Enjoy!
ellisbrooomhall
KS3 Forces - Forces, Springs, Friction, Balanced and Unbalanced, Pressure 6 lesson bundle

KS3 Forces - Forces, Springs, Friction, Balanced and Unbalanced, Pressure 6 lesson bundle

Our physics department achieved results 33% above national average in September and is in the top 10% in the UK. These are the lessons that achieved this. Try before you buy, download my 7 lesson bundle KS3 Light - free. Each individual lesson is presented below, however most of my premium resources follow the same format, which is:- All power points to tell a story learning objectives clearly and uniquely visually linked, short, relevant and punchy, revised a minimum of 3 time a lesson. Fun pictures all over to help tell the tale. All slides plain black background font comic sans minimum 24 for contrast and easy to read at the back. As many fun, creative and original practical’s built in to lessons as could be implemented. Practical instructions given along with prep room requests. TEEP embedded, alongside philosophies from working with the Stimulating Physics program. Lesson 1 Introduction to forces Lesson 2 Plastic, elastic, compression and tension Lesson 3 Springs Lesson 4 Friction Lesson 5 Balanced and unbalanced forces Lesson 6 Pressure
caineyone
G.C.S.E Gravity and Orbits with question worksheet

G.C.S.E Gravity and Orbits with question worksheet

Our physics department achieved results 33% above national average in September and is in the top 10% in the UK. These are the lessons that achieved this. This lesson is available at £1.50 by purchasing it as part of the associated bundle for this unit of work, not only will you get great lessons at a fantastic price and free up hours of time. Try before you buy, download my 7 lesson bundle KS3 Light - free. Each individual lesson overview is presented below, however most of my premium resources follow the same format, which is:- All power points to tell a story. Learning objectives clearly and uniquely visually linked, short, relevant and punchy, revised a minimum of 3 time a lesson. Fun pictures all over to help tell the tale. All slides plain black background font comic sans minimum 24 for contrast and easy to read at the back. As many fun, creative and original practical’s built in to lessons as could be implemented. All resources produced and stored for each lesson. Practical instructions given along with prep room requests. TEEP embedded, alongside philosophies from working with the Stimulating Physics program. This resource will provide you with a great lesson and save you that precious commodity – time Lesson overview Quick quiz Answers Gravity Gravitational field Weight Orbits - planets, comets and satellites Changing orbits + Space questions with M.S on space worksheet
caineyone
NEW GCSE (1-9) All physics equation triangles made into flashcards with units - revision

NEW GCSE (1-9) All physics equation triangles made into flashcards with units - revision

I've created this for my year 11s, it consists of: - the 23 equations that year 11s have to memorize for their GCSE exams for the new specification in flashcards. -One side of the flash card will have questions e.g. Which equation links force, mass and acceleration, what are their units? Then the back of the card will have the answer including both in the form of an equation triangle and as a standard equation. - I have also added in extra questions throughout for some of the key ideas associated with those equations. - There is a two page cover sheet with some notes on how to best use the flash cards, and the physics equation sheet that the students will get in their exam. Students needs to learn the units of these equations (and obviously how to apply them!). I have included on the second page the physics equation sheet with units added to it to help them practice testing themselves on these. I hope they come in useful and I always appreciate any feedback! Thanks, Simon
Simon_888
KS3 Magnets

KS3 Magnets

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/matthewharman777 Be weird, be funny, be gross, have fun, play, stick to your routines and find that little spark of madness we all have and electrocute the class with it! My style of teaching isn’t for everyone, I’m a dyslexic teacher who’s heard it all, my lessons are all catered towards accessibility (because if they were not I’d never be able to read them myself). Everything is short sharp and to the point, I don’t believe in endless writing, reams of printing, spoon feeding diagrams or pointless activities. Every minute matters! Be sure to check out all my other resources, as a personal goal I intend to share all my resources at least once because hey, the government isn’t going to make it easier and we both know you are reading this way outside of your work hours. Enjoy, comment or rate if you can, but most of all hang in there, they need you way more than you realise!
DinosaurLaboratory
Physics Equations

Physics Equations

I designed this resource for my year 10 group that struggle with identifying and picking out the correct information from a question and using the correct equation to find the answer. I print them out as small cards which they stick in their book and then we work through the questions next to the card in our books. We then go through the card, identifying and highlighting the key information the question. e.g. mass is highlighted blue, height in green. The pupils then organise the information they have been given so it is much clearer as well as writing out the equation they must use e.g. v(initial) = 0 km/h t(final) = 5 minutes v(final) = 20 km/h a = ? The cards are a prompt and reminder of what units and symbols we use for the equations and problems, in a clear and simplified way. I start by the whole class working through one card together, then as each pupil becomes more confident, I allow them to come and collect another and so on.
GWills22
300 SCIENCE Starter Activities KS3 GCSE Chemistry Physics Biology Keywords Cover Lessons Settlers

300 SCIENCE Starter Activities KS3 GCSE Chemistry Physics Biology Keywords Cover Lessons Settlers

300 x starter-style wordsearches, crosswords, anagrams, alphabet analysers and IDEA analysers. For some themes there are more than one activity, so there's more than 300 in total. Powerpoint is 479 slides long in total. There are at least: 60 x Wordsearches 60 x Crosswords 60 x Anagram Sheets 60 x Alphabet Brainstorm Analysers 60 x IDEA (Identify, Describe, Explain, Apply) Analysers Covering 60 themes including: 1. Living Organisms 2. Nutrition, Digestion & Excretion 3. Respiration 4. Transport in Plants 5. Nerves & Hormones 6. Health & Disease 7. Reproduction 8. Inheritance & Genetics 9. Ecosystems & Habitats 10. Evolution 11. Solids, Liquids & Gases 12. Atomic Structure 13. Quantitative Chemistry 14. Metals 15. Organic Chemistry 16. Acids, Alkalis & Salts 17. Energy 18. Crude Oil & Fuels, 19. Chemical Industry 20. Earth & The Environment 21. Forces & Movement 22. Electricity 23. Waves 24. Magnetism 25. Energy 26. Solids, Liquids & Gases 27. Space 28. Atoms & Radiation 29. Chemical Elements 30. Inventions 31. Chemical Bonds 32. Chemical Elements 33. Covalent Bonds 34. Elements 1-20 35. Gases 36. Liquids 37. Nuclear Chemistry 38. Solids 39. Thermochemistry 40. Units of Measurement 41. Fluids 42. Motion 43. Pressure 44. Radioactivity 45. Sound 46. Stars 47. The Universe 48. The Water Cycle 49. Nuclear Physics 50. Thermal Physics 51. Digestive System 52. Energy 53. Homeostasis 54. Macrobiology 55. Microbiology 56. Molecules 57. Osmosis 58. Population Dynamics 59. Units of Measurement 60. Units of Temperature For each theme there are four activities (wordsearch, anagrams, crosswords and alphabet analysers), totalling 240 activities. For some themes there are more than one of each so there's more than 240 altogether. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean