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Hubble's law and the Redshift equation
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Hubble's law and the Redshift equation

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A worksheet allowing pupils to calculate recessional velocity using the change in wavelength of spectral lines from stars. This focuses on using the v/c = change in wavelength / wavelength equation. After answering the 5 questions, pupils can conclude that the more distant the galaxy, the faster it is moving, which makes a great introduction to redshift and the Big Bang Theory. There is an extension task to plot the recessional velocity against distance, calculate Hubble’s constant and calculate the age of the Universe. If calculated correctly, pupils should conclude that the Universe is 13.8 billion years old. Answers included. The extension task is a great way to stretch and challenge the most able at GCSE, while the main task allows weaker pupils to practice using the Doppler shift redshift equation. This could also act as a nice task for A-level pupils, studying Hubble’s law.
Hydraulics and pressure in fluids
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Hydraulics and pressure in fluids

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A differentiated worksheet, designed to help students to understand pressure in fluids and how simple hydraulic systems work. Starts with a gap fill, ends with pressure calculations.
Practical Science Careers project
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Practical Science Careers project

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A series of 8 practical activities, put into the context of careers in Science. This is aimed at KS3 students, introducing some practical skills. Aims of the project: To learn about some careers in Science, and to try some out. To develop investigation skills as required in the KS4 core practical’s included at GCSE. Students get to experience being an Aerospace engineer by designing and testing paper planes, a Biochemist by testing urine samples, a Biomedical scientist by testing different anti bacterial soaps, a Chemical engineer by investigating recipes for bouncy balls, a Civil engineer by designing and testing bridges, a Forensic scientist by taking and analysing finger prints, a Mechanical engineer by making cotton reel motors, and a Pyrotechnic technician, by testing firework colours and making sparklers. Each includes a job profile page to be filled out using the national careers service website to provide context for the lesson. Also included is a handy technician guide. This is designed to be handed out as a student booklet, with each career taking around 2 single hour lessons to complete, aimed at KS3 students. Students develop their investigation skills, as well as learning about some different careers in Science.
Uncertainty in experiments
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Uncertainty in experiments

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A summary of the Section 1 - Measurements and Their Errors topic on the AQA Physics A-level course. Content will apply across different exam boards and includes the following: SI Units Calculating Uncertainty using precision Calculating Uncertainty using range Calculating Uncertainty using worst line of best fit. Combining uncertainties. Each includes some practice questions, and the answers are included int eh comment box in PPT. I used this as part of revision in preparation for A level exams.
Space exploration card sort
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Space exploration card sort

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Students have the dates, events and names for 6 landmark events in the history of space exploration, they need to match them up. This comes with an answer sheet, and some answer slides to display with pictures. This is a great start to the satellites topic, and puts the space topic into a human context.
Worksheet on Brain structure using an fMRI
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Worksheet on Brain structure using an fMRI

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Students read ‘medical notes’ on a patient after having an MRI scan, and use it to identify the parts of the brain. This is to help students understand how MRIs are used to study the brain.
Specific heat capacity puzzle
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Specific heat capacity puzzle

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A Tarsia puzzle on Specific heat capacity. Includes units, and equation questions to test concept and maths. Works well as a class competition, or would make a nice display. Pupils cut out puzzle pieces to complete one each I’ve included a solution as well.
A-level Physics waves bundle
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A-level Physics waves bundle

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Some lessons from the waves topic in A-level Physics, including Interference, young's double slit, diffraction, stationary / standing waves and polarisation
Naming salts worksheet
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Naming salts worksheet

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A differentiated worksheet to help students understand how salts are named, and practise writing word and symbol equations for reactions between: metal oxides and acids, alkalis and acids, and metal carbonates and acids.
How to draw a graph Science help sheet
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How to draw a graph Science help sheet

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A help sheet to tell students about how to draw and interpret a graph. I've laminated these, and put them in a folder on the display board so students can help themselves if they need additional support.
Forces true or false
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Forces true or false

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A quick starter worksheet on Forces, aimed at getting students to think about forces and motion. Could be used as a starter for the topic, or as a recap at the end.
Bitesize Energy revision - Renewable energy, fossil fuels and nuclear power
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Bitesize Energy revision - Renewable energy, fossil fuels and nuclear power

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This is a worksheet in a series made to summarise and recap topics from GCSE Physics. This one has two versions for dual award and separate scientists. All worksheets are based on BBC bitesize pages with the same name, with a QR code to guide students to the correct page. All the answers to the front page can be found there. There is then a 15 mark exam-style question to test their new knowledge. Every worksheet in the series is out of 15 so students can track their progress. I've used them with year 11, and set them as homework, that way they are forced to revise early! This is designed to help revise for the Edexcel iGCSE in Physics, but is fairly universal and should fit with any exam board. Includes PDFs for easy printing, and word documents for editing.
Bitesize Energy revision - Energy transfers and efficiency
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Bitesize Energy revision - Energy transfers and efficiency

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Review please! This is a worksheet in a series made to summarise and recap topics from GCSE Physics. All worksheets are based on BBC bitesize pages with the same name, with a QR code to guide students to the correct page. All the answers to the front page can be found there. There is then a 15 mark exam-style question to test their new knowledge. Every worksheet in the series is out of 15 so students can track their progress. I've used them with year 11, and set them as homework, that way they are forced to revise early! This is designed to help revise for the Edexcel iGCSE in Physics, but is fairly universal and should fit with any exam board. Includes PDFs for easy printing, and word documents for editing.
Revision tracker
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Revision tracker

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This is a tracker designed for use with revision summary and exam sheets. Find them in my shop, there are 14 in total across the following topics: Electricity Waves Energy Forces/Motion They are a series made to summarise and recap topics from GCSE Physics. Some have two versions for dual award and separate scientists. All worksheets are based on BBC bitesize pages with the same name, with a QR code to guide students to the correct page. All the answers to the front page can be found there. There is then a 15 mark exam-style question to test their new knowledge. Every worksheet in the series is out of 15 so students can track their progress. I've used them with year 11, and set them as homework, that way they are forced to revise early! This is designed to help revise for the Edexcel iGCSE in Physics, but is fairly universal and should fit with any exam board. Includes PDFs for easy printing, and word documents for editing.
Bitesize Electricity revision - Current, voltage and resistance, lamps and diodes
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Bitesize Electricity revision - Current, voltage and resistance, lamps and diodes

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This is ta worksheet in a series made to summarise and recap topics from GCSE Physics. All worksheets are based on BBC bitesize pages with the same name, with a QR code to guide students to the correct page. All the answers to the front page can be found there. There is then a 15 mark exam-style question to test their new knowledge. Every worksheet in the series is out of 15 so students can track their progress. I've used them with year 11, and set them as homework, that way they are forced to revise early! This is designed to help revise for the Edexcel iGCSE in Physics, but is fairly universal and should fit with any exam board. Includes PDFs for easy printing, and word documents for editing.