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Science (physics, chemistry, biology) resources for Keystage 3, 4, and 5 (GCSE and A-level).
Graphical skills, plotting and analysing graphs
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Graphical skills, plotting and analysing graphs

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Topic: Handling data, scientific methods, independent and dependent variables, plotting graphs, analysing graphs, linear and proportional relationship Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). I will use this lesson to teach a class of year 9, beginning their GCSE course. Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson or complete tasks in this editable document. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Enjoy!
Acceleration
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Acceleration

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Calculations and practice questions for acceleration, physics ks3 and ks4. There's a Tarsia puzzle (print and cut out image) at the end to summarise the lesson and to engage pupils.
Centre of gravity | Centre of mass
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Centre of gravity | Centre of mass

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GCSE physics worksheet/handout on Centre of gravity. Teacher’s copy of the handout includes complete notes and answers to questions. I have included both the PDF and DOC version of the same handout for your ease of use. Learning objective: Recall that the weight of a body acts through its center of gravity. Locate the center of gravity of symmetric and asymmetric objects. Be sure to check out my bundles section for huge savings on resources! Happy teaching!
Momentum
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Momentum

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Resources (including questions) for pupils learning momentum and conservation of momentum.
Forces in balance: Force diagrams, Reaction pairs, Newton's third law
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Forces in balance: Force diagrams, Reaction pairs, Newton's third law

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Topic: Forces in balance: Force diagrams 1. Identify reaction pairs using Newton’s third law of motion. 2. Draw force diagrams to represent forces acting on an object. Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson and complete tasks in this editable document. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Check out some bundles I've put together. Enjoy!
Metals and Acids
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Metals and Acids

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Here's a complete lesson (could be a double lesson if you carry out the practical explained in the powerpoint) for pupils (ks3 or ks4) to learn about metals and acids reactions. The presentation covers theory and contains tasks and prompts for class discussions. There is also a practical activity, with expected results recorded in the powerpoint. Enjoy!
GCSE Energy Worksheets (50 Questions & Answers)
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GCSE Energy Worksheets (50 Questions & Answers)

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Are you in search of an invaluable resource to elevate your GCSE Physics teaching and help your students grasp complex energy concepts effectively? This resource features 50 thought-provoking questions with detailed answers,. Engaging Questions: Covering essential energy topics, the questions help GCSE students understand fundamental concepts in Energy and stretches those who are higher potential learners. Detailed Answers: Comprehensive answers for you to use when going through answers with students. Scaffolded: Questions are scaffolded, ensuring that students can progress from foundational concepts to more challenging ones seamlessly. Calculation Practice: There are plenty of calculation questions. This can be used as lesson resource or multiple homework.
Rock Cycle
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Rock Cycle

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L.O. To use the rock cycle to explain how the material in rocks is recycled. Perfect for key stage 3. The slides include theory and interactive exercises for the students.
Standard form, significant figure, rounding
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Standard form, significant figure, rounding

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Topic: Standard form, significant figure, rounding Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). I will use this lesson to teach a class of year 9, beginning their GCSE course. Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson or complete tasks in this editable document. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Enjoy!
Tangent on distance time graphs
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Tangent on distance time graphs

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GCSE physics worksheet/handout on tangent on distance time graph. Teacher’s copy of the handout includes complete notes and answers to questions. I have included both the PDF and DOC version of the same handout for your ease of use. Learning objective: Calculate the speed of an object from the gradient of a tangent on a distance-time graph. Happy teaching!
Forces and Motion | Whole unit GCSE physics
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Forces and Motion | Whole unit GCSE physics

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This bundle consists of 25 sections covering the entirety of the unit Forces and Motion in KS4 GCSE physics. Each section consists of a PDF document designed for pupils to use as a handout to be integrated into the lesson. There is a corresponding document for teachers - it consists of my own notes and solutions to questions and tasks. A typical layout of each section includes: setting learning objectives learning the theory examples small tasks exam-style questions This bundle is also great for revision and recapping key ideas for pupils in year 11 before their exams. Below are the individual sections that I’ve divided the unit of Forces and Motion into. I hope that this resource is helpful and saves you plenty of time! Movement and position 1 Speed, distance, and time 2 Speed and velocity 3 Distance-time graphs 4 Velocity and acceleration 5 Velocity-time graphs 6 Tangent on distance-time graphs 7 Non-uniform acceleration Forces and movement 8 Types of forces 9 Scalars and vectors 10 Force diagrams 11 Resultant forces 12 Newton’s first law 13 Newton’s second law 14 Newton’s third law 15 Mass and weight 16 Terminal velocity 17 Stopping distance Shape and momentum 18 Hooke’s law 19 Center of gravity 20 Moments 21 Principle of moments 22 Stability 23 Momentum 24 Conservation of momentum 25 Change in momentum
Extracting Metals with Carbon
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Extracting Metals with Carbon

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The powerpoint presentation is ready for “plug and teach”. It contains theory, questions (with solutions), and tasks. This is perfect for KS3 science (chemistry) or year 9 GCSE students. L.O. To describe how carbon is used in extracting metals. To represent displacement reactions with carbon, metal oxides, and iron using formulas and equations. Enjoy!
Types of forces
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Types of forces

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GCSE physics worksheet/handout on types of forces. Teacher’s copy of the handout includes complete notes and answers to questions. I have included both the PDF and DOC version of the same handout for your ease of use. Learning objective: Define and identify different types of forces. Be sure to check out my bundles section for huge savings! Happy teaching!
Static Electricity GCSE Physics KS4 (Powerpoints + Worksheets)
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Static Electricity GCSE Physics KS4 (Powerpoints + Worksheets)

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I used the resources in this bundle for 3 lessons, covering static electricity. I’ve included in this bundle the following: Powerpoints: Intro to electricity Static electricity Dangers of static electricity 1 x question prompt for when students write down notes while watching videos in ‘Dangers of Static Electricity’ 2 x worksheets with exam-style questions and mark schemes Specification points covered: Identify common materials which are electrical conductors or insulators, including metals and plastics. Explain how positive and negative electrostatic charges are produced on materials by the loss and gain of electrons. Know that there are forces of attraction between unlike charges and forces of repulsion between like charges. Explain electrostatic phenomena in terms of the movement of electrons. Explain the potential dangers of electrostatic charges, e.g. when fuelling aircraft and tankers. I’ve also linked to some videos that I made which you might find interesting. Hope you find this bundle useful!
Scientific symbols, rearranging equations, converting units in physics and science
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Scientific symbols, rearranging equations, converting units in physics and science

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Topic: Scientific symbols, rearranging equations, converting units in physics and science Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). I will use this lesson to teach a class of year 9, beginning their GCSE course. Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson or complete tasks in this editable document. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Enjoy!
Forces in motion: Vector diagrams
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Forces in motion: Vector diagrams

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Topic: Forces in balance: 1. Represent vector quantities on scale diagrams. 2. Interpret scale diagrams. Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). Resources: 1. Powerpoint slides: powerpoint slides, compatible with a worksheet/handout. Slides contain information and tasks for pupils. 2. Notes (editable documents) for pupils: Use this as worksheet or handout. Pupils can take notes during lesson and complete tasks in this editable document. Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Check out some bundles I've put together. Enjoy!
Forces in motion: Resultant force practical
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Forces in motion: Resultant force practical

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Topic: Forces in balance: Resultant force practical Level: GCSE, key stage 4 I am following the AQA science (physics) syllabus but this resource is suitable for anyone teaching KS3 or KS4 science (specifically physics). Hope this resource is helpful for you. Please do let me know if there's any suggestions for improvement. I aim to upload more lessons following this topic. Check out some bundles I've put together. Enjoy!
Circular motion multiple choice exam style questions - A Level Physics (Key stage 5)
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Circular motion multiple choice exam style questions - A Level Physics (Key stage 5)

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Here’s a booklet of multiple choice circular motion questions from past exam papers. I’ve also attached the answers. I’ve also linked to a youtube video that explains the forces involved in vertical circular motion. It talks about forces to do with centripetal force. Hope you enjoy it and feedback is welcome! Please do subscribe to my channel VTphysics if you’ve found it entertaining!