A look at how the national gird is set up, takes a look at step up and down transformers, what current is used and the types of cables. Includes a cut and stick activity for the set up and exam questions with answers on powerpoint.
Presentation which explains how to work out acceleration and distance from velocity time graphs, both with constant acceleration and non constant acceleration worksheet contains questions asking students to use this knowledge to work out acceleration and various points. Answers on powerpoint
Two lessons on gas pressure for AQA. Lesson on introduces the concept of gas pressure and factors which affect gas pressure. Lesson two focuses more on Boyle’s Law with accompanying questions
A colour by numbers activity which reviews the basic content for KS3 space work Answers to questions on the back indicate the colour students should use to fill in the picture
Lesson recapping atomic structure and looking at working out isotopes - includes worksheet and exam questions
A lesson looking at a comparison between series and parallel circuits - a review of the previous few lessons. Includes a task where students must work out current and voltage on a circuit which has both series and parallel elements. Has exam questions which have answers on powerpoint to go through with students
Lesson for specific latent heat for AQA with accompanying question sheet. Answers in powerpoint
Lesson looking at resistance differences in series and parallel - includes worked through questions - a practical to investigate resistance in parallel circuits - and graph exercise with completed graph for students to compare to
A lesson looking at how orbits are maintained and examples of different types of orbit. Suitable for KS3 or low ability KS4.
Two lessons on the types of radiation and their uses. Lesson includes multiple tasks throughout . Card sort activity and exam questions are included as well, both have answers on the powerpoint
A colour by numbers sheet in which students answer questions on forces to find the right colours. Suitable for lower ability groups.
A lesson which covers states of matter and identifying changes of state. It includes worksheets and practical where students must identify the melting point of Stearic Acid
This is the lesson on identifying frequency and amplitude in waveforms from my sound and light module. If you like this lesson consider looking at the whole scheme. The lesson looks at drawing waveforms, examples, how to identify the frequency and amplitude and how it relates to hearing. Full scheme found here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-sound-and-light-full-scheme-of-work-resources-12263056
A lesson looking at mains electricity and the differences between AC and DC current. It also includes a look at how plugs are set put together and mains wiring in preperation for a plugs wiring lesson.
A lesson which looks at the thermistor, variable resistor, diode and LDR in detail. It includes an info hunt activity where students learn about how each one works and examples of where it may be used. It also includes exam questions with answers on powerpoint so students can go through questions
Powerpoint which takes you through how to work out speed, distance and time with given objects. It also looks at the concept of relative motion. There are two worksheets, one is practice questions with answers on the powerpoint. The other is for use when getting students outside to workout their speed over known distances.
Lesson where students explore how series circuits affect current and voltage - includes practical worksheet for students to use. Includes activity where students must use V=IR and knowledge of series circuits to check readings from example circuits