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Guide to answering GCSE Science 6 Mark Exam Questions - Describe an experiment...

Guide to answering GCSE Science 6 Mark Exam Questions - Describe an experiment...

A4 Poster for GCSE Science students to get to grips with how to go about answering 6 mark extended writing answers in exams. This poster focuses on how to answer 6 mark questions asking students to 'Describe/Devise an experiment...'. The poster covers possible question stems, an overview of what is needed for each levelled response, a structured guide on how to answer this type of question and a model answer for students to study. Useful for GCSE revision of exam technique, but also suitable for classroom displays and classroom teaching of examination technique
WhiteboardWoes
AQA TRILOGY NEW SPEC COMPLETE UNIT 6.7 MAGNETISM & ELECTROMAGNETISM POWER POINTS & WORKSHEETS

AQA TRILOGY NEW SPEC COMPLETE UNIT 6.7 MAGNETISM & ELECTROMAGNETISM POWER POINTS & WORKSHEETS

A COMPLETE SET OF POWER POINT LESSONS FOR UNIT 6.7 MAGNETISM. REVISION ACTIVITIES, BUILT IN RESOURCES. POWER POINTS ALL FOLLOW THE ACCELERATED LEARNING CYCLE - CONNECT,ACTIVATE,DEMONSTRATE AND CONSOLIDATE. EXTENSION TASKS ALSO ON POWER POINTS. LESSONS SUITABLE FOR ALL ABILITIES, BUILT IN DIFFERENTIATION. EXAM QUESTION BOOKLET CAN BE USED FOR ASSESSMENT OR REVISION INCLUDING MARK SCHEMES.
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KS3 forces assessment and revision - exam questions

KS3 forces assessment and revision - exam questions

2 sets of exam question practice booklets (EQP) with mark schemes. Foundation and Higher tier. designed to assess pupils knowledge on forces topic - aimed for year 7 students. Brilliant as a homework or part of a revision lesson or as a test.
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OCR Physics A-level Unified Concepts in Physics revision practice paper and markscheme

OCR Physics A-level Unified Concepts in Physics revision practice paper and markscheme

A practice paper testing the synoptic knowledge and skills required for the new OCR A-level/A2 in Physics. This paper is worth 70 marks and is written in the same style as the new Unified Concepts paper. It comes with a full set of answers on a power point presentation. The paper itself is offered as a Word document. This resource provides a great way to practice for the final unit of the new OCR Physics A course particularly as there is a real shortage of past paper questions available.
labawesome
AQA 9-1 Physics Scalar vs Vector quantities

AQA 9-1 Physics Scalar vs Vector quantities

PowerPoint and associated worksheets to teach scalar and vector quantities, plus how to represent and draw scaled vector diagrams, as a free body diagram, first for opposing forces and then for adding vectors. First sheet is a rally coach for scaled vector diagrams. Second sheet is a step by step adding vectors diagram with the answer for students to try to figure out the rules on doing these. Third resource is a student worksheet to sum up and do individual work from with differentiated questions on.
njstephan
GCSE Physics Concepts - All Topics on the new AQA Physics Specification 8463, 181 Slides

GCSE Physics Concepts - All Topics on the new AQA Physics Specification 8463, 181 Slides

This PowerPoint covers all topics in the new AQA Physics Specification as shown; The Particle Model of Matter: Slides 3-17 Energy and Energy Transfer: Slides 18 - 40 Forces: Slides 41 - 64 Forces and Motion: Slides 65 - 92 Space Physics: 93 -101 Energy and Electricity: Slides 102 - 130 Waves: Slides 131 - 153 Magnetism and Electromagnetism: Slides 154 - 167 Nuclear Physics: Slides 168 - 181 This resource can be used as a supportive resource for teachers, a basis for lessons, a source of relevant infomation/images or a tool for learning. All equations come with a breakdown of SI units and an explanation, along with an example of how to apply the equation. All Equations are formatted with Microsoft Equations Editor. This resource is designed to assist teachers who do not specialise in the subject of GCSE Physics. I have written the slides in a consistent, easy to understand format which I believe will explain the key concept as well as show how to apply equations. Key words and equations are highlighted and explained. All images are either made by myself or taken from Googles advanced image search under the heading ‘free to use or share, even commercially’. I believe this resource will provide a fundamental understanding of GCSE physics along with relevant resources for teaching the topic.
bradkirkham
Velocity-time graphs

Velocity-time graphs

A detailed lesson presentation (38 slides) that looks at the different motions that are represented on a velocity-time graph and guides students through using these graphs to calculate the distance travelled by an object. The lesson begins by challenging the students to construct a velocity-time graph by using a displayed guide and using their knowledge of drawing a distance-time graph. Moving forwards, the students will match terms of motion to the lines on the graph and time is taken to make links to the physics equations that allow acceleration and deceleration to be calculated. Students will also learn that they can use a velocity-time graph to calculate the distance travelled. A worked example is used to show them how to tackle these questions. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding of this topic. This lesson has been designed for GCSE students but could be used with higher ability KS3 students
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