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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
Forces and Motion PowerPoint Show

Forces and Motion PowerPoint Show

This Forces and Motion Presentation identifies the difference between force and motion and gives examples of the various types. It provides explanations in child centred language with high quality images to reinforce the children's learning and talking points. Presentation Topics: - Forces Vs Motion - Sir Isaac Newton - First Law of Motion - Second Law of Motion - Third Law of Motion - Examples of Each of the Motions Laws - Normal Force - Applied Force - Frictional Force - Spring Force - Resisting Force - What Forces Can You See 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
Science: Force. Measuring Force Lesson + worksheets (push and pull)

Science: Force. Measuring Force Lesson + worksheets (push and pull)

This Science PowerPoint lesson can be used as an introduction to studying the topic of Forces. Suitable for KS1 and lower KS2. It introduces force as a simple concept of push and pull; lets pupils explore the movements of objects when force is applied; invites pupils to measure the force of carrying an object using a force/Newton meter. The lesson has plenty of opportunities for independent learning and exploration. It comes with an investigation template and a worksheet with a Venn diagram for sorting forces into push, pull or both. For this lesson you will need: 1. Large piece of paper / whiteboards for each group for the Starter (optional). 2. Newton meters for investigation (at least 1 per group). 3. Plastic bags to put small classroom objects in (at least 1 per group). 4. Marbles / bouncy balls / soft balls for exploration (at least 1 per group). 5. Force PowerPoint , investigation template and worksheet (all included in the resource). The PowerPoint contains 15 slides, the text is editable. Thank you for your interest HoppyTimes
hoppytimes
Hookes Law - making a forcemeter (differentiated)

Hookes Law - making a forcemeter (differentiated)

In this activity, students use Hooke's Law to make their own forcemeter from a spring. They then plot their results on the line graph (there are two axes available - one provided the scale for weaker students) You will need to prepare 3 mystery objects which students will weigh using their forcemeter. They can use their graph to work out the approximate weights of the objects.
gideonlyons
Investigating Friction (for SEN or weaker students)

Investigating Friction (for SEN or weaker students)

This worksheet supports students in carrying out two simple experiments: a) how does the type of surface affect the time taken for a ball to roll down the ramp (eg wood or bubble wrap)? b) how does the height of the ramp affect the time taken for the ball to roll down? There is also support for drawing a bar and line graph of results.
gideonlyons