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Displacement reactions word equations
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Displacement reactions word equations

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A worksheet to help students practise displacement reactions. They can decide whether a reaction will take place using the reactivity series, practise writing out displacement reactions, and finally explain why a reaction won't take place.
Bitesize Waves revision - Sound
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Bitesize Waves revision - Sound

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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 Electricity revision - Static electricity
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Bitesize Electricity revision - Static electricity

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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 Electricity revision - Electrical Energy
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Bitesize Electricity revision - Electrical Energy

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This is a worksheet from 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.
Resistors in series
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Resistors in series

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A worksheet to develop students knowledge of resistance in series. Includes equation at the top, and questions which get progressively more difficult.
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.
Bitesize Waves revision - Features of waves, types of waves
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Bitesize Waves revision - Features of waves, types of waves

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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.
Energy and Electricity word loop game
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Energy and Electricity word loop game

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Give each student a card. Each card has an answer at a the top, and a question at the bottom. One student reads out their question, and whoever has the answer reads out the answer and the next question. Keep going until you get back to the first student. This is a great plenary, or starter for the next lesson. Alternatively, Give the whole pack to one student, and see if they can match them all up to make a big circle. This one is for the KS3/GCSE Physics Energy and Electricity topic.
Balancing forces
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Balancing forces

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A couple of worksheets on balancing forces. students label on the forces, and their names. They decide whether the forces are balanced, and if the object is accelerating.
Resonance and damping worksheet
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Resonance and damping worksheet

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Differentiated worksheet on damping and resonance in pendulums. Questions are presented in a grid, with difficulty in columns and topics in rows. Students have to choose one question from each column, but can choose their own level of difficulty.
Kinetic theory of gases derivation
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Kinetic theory of gases derivation

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A powerpoint working through the derivation of pressure and kinetic theory equation of gases. This can be quite complex, so the powerpoint works through step by step to make this easier.
Radioactivity word loop game questions
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Radioactivity word loop game questions

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Give each student a card. Each card has an answer at a the top, and a question at the bottom. One student reads out their question, and whoever has the answer reads out the answer and the next question. Keep going until you get back to the first student. This is a great plenary, or starter for the next lesson. Alternatively, Give the whole pack to one student, and see if they can match them all up to make a big circle. This one is for the GCSE Physics radioactivity topic.