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KS4 AQA GCSE Combined Trilogy and Triple Physics lessons

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KS4 AQA GCSE Combined Trilogy and Triple Physics lessons

#### P1 Energy and Work

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AQA Trilogy and Triple P1 Energy and Work. An engaging, fully editable resource with challenge work and models for scaffolding. Includes: Starter that interleaves old content with new content Model for how to calculate work done Activity linked to calculating work done Challenging work linking to GPE Practical element with data if practical not possible Challenge work linked to rearranging equation Summary and answers All answers are provided in this powerpoint

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AQA Trilogy / Triple Radioactive Decay. An engaging, challenging and fully editable resource on Radioactive Decay. Includes: Starter with previous content interleaved with new content Review of mass number and atomic number Review of isotopes Alpha and Beta decay with models and practice questions Gamma decay Mixed decay questions Summary All answers provided

#### GCSE Physics KS4 Cables and Plugs

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Engaging presentation on cables and plugs for KS4 Electricity in the Home GCSE Physics Starter to recall previous information Learning outcomes Questioning activities Label a plug activity Extension work on the slides Exam question plenary

#### Force and Acceleration

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Starter linked to recall of previous topic equations Plenty of exam practice questions Model for how to answer calculation questions Differentiated for higher and foundation level Challenge questions included Basic Required Practical method and data analysis tasks Mini assessment linked to RP

#### Centre of Mass

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Stater where students have to recall content from P7 Radioactivity Learning outcomes given Description of how to find the centre of mass along with questions linked to text Includes a practical investigating the centre of mass of irregular objects Exam style questions plenary

#### Weight and Terminal Velocity

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Starter where students have to recall information from a previous topic Learning outcomes Weight and mass along with calculation questions Terminal velocity with questions and graph skills Explanation of forces acting on a skydiver Questions linked to skydiving and forces Free body diagrams and questions linked to this including a challenge question Plenary linked to outcomes

#### Potential Difference and Resistance (inc RP Resistance of a Wire)

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Engaging resource with plenty of models, equation practice, exam questions and then guided required practical with sample data provided. Perfect for KS4 GCSE Physics Trilogy and Triple or even challenging KS3 students. Summary required practical questions are included as well to assess students understanding of the required practical. Feel free to edit the time you allow depending on your students needs. Starter does depend upon students having completed topics 1-3 and having already started the P4 topic and knowing their circuit symbols.

#### P1 Gravitational Potential Energy (GPE)

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AQA Trilogy / Triple GCSE P1 Gravitational Potential Energy. An engaging, fully editable resources with models, support and challenges. Includes: Starter that interleaves previous content with new content to encourage recall Quick review of previous lesson Model of how to use the GPE equation Activity for students to use the GPE equation Practical with data in case practical work is not possible Rearranging the equation for mass and height and then equation practice Summary All answers are provided throughout the lesson

#### KS4 GCSE Trilogy Physics Specific Heat Capacity

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KS4 GCSE Trilogy Physics Specific Heat Capacity lesson includes: - Starter - Differentiated Outcomes - Independent learning research task - Plenary challenge question - Exam question assessment Great for KS4 GCSE Trilogy (Physics) class or for a Triple science group. A good lesson for teaching GCSE groups how to work independently as well as how to use the internet and books to carry out effective research. For a lower ability group you may want to support them by giving them a selection of websites to use.

#### Force and Elasticity (inc. Hooke's Law RP)

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Starter to review previous topics knowledge recall. Description of forces and elasticity and Hooke’s Law. Required practical method and sample data. Analysis of required practical results. Grade 8/9 challenge question linked to RP Summary questions included to check how well students have understood required practical.

#### P5.1Alternating Current AQA Tril / Trip

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This resource includes: Review starter of something old and something recent and answers Simple literacy task where students have to extract information and answer simple recall questions Model of how to use frequency equation and then practice questions Information on national grid and accompanying worksheet FAR question (Feedback, Action and Response) to help improve extended writing answers linked to this topic. Give students the FAR question and give 10 mins to complete. Either teacher mark or peer assess, marking sheet provided for this. Tick which actions students need to complete to improve. Then re-write their response. Challenge task on the feedback sheet for those who achieve full marks first time round. Model of an answer where students have to use their feedback and action points to write about why they have awarded the marks they have and then how the student could improve. Summary questions of lesson activities with answers

#### AQA Electrical Currents and Energy Transfer (Trilogy/Triple)

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Starter review from previous topics and then questions from current topic (answers included!) Review from topic 4 calculating current, charge and time. Equations given and then SLOP questions where students can use and apply these equations. Summary questions and then answers!

#### GCSE Physics Energy Knowledge Organiser (AQA)

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GCSE AQA Energy Knowledge Organiser. Includes the first three topics in Trilogy and Triple Physics. Energy conservation and dissipation, energy transfer by heating and energy resources as well as a page for required practicals.

#### P1 Kinetic Energy

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AQA Trilogy / Triple P1 Kinetic Energy. An engaging, fully editable resource on Kinetic energy. Includes: Starter interleaving previous content with new content Model for how to use the kinetic energy equation (including pointers for using a calculator) Activity where students use the kinetic energy equation Challenges for rearranging the kinetic energy equation for mass and speed Summary All answers are included and where possible working out has been shown.

#### P1 Changes in Energy Stores

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AQA Trilogy and Triple Changes in Energy Stores complete lesson with challenges. Includes: Starter with interleaved previous content from KS3 and new content Energy stores and energy transfer diagrams Activities Practical elements (with data if practical not possible) GCSE challenge question Summary and answers All answers are included in this powerpoint

#### P1 Gravitational Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

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AQA Trilogy / Triple P1 Gravitational Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy. An engaging and fully editable lesson linking the gravitational potential energy equation to the kinetic energy equation. Great for higher students for a lesson or for homework. Challenges and pushes students to make links between the two equations. Includes: Starter which interleaves older previous content with new content Review of the two equations A model for how to answer questions Activity for students to have a go at linking both equations Summary Answers are included through out - animations are used to make the answers appear.

#### KS4 GCSE Physics Trilogy Conduction

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KS4 GCSE Physics Trilogy Conduction lesson includes: - Starter - Differentiated learning outcomes - Practical Activities (students will need to design their own tables for results) - Challenge / Extension work for those who finish practical first - Exam Question Plenary Great lesson for GCSE students or KS3 students who need challenging (stretching the most able). This lesson can be fine for GCSE Triple Science (Physics) students however it does not include the required practical element of their course.