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Physics resources, aiming to make equations accessible and easy to teach

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Physics resources, aiming to make equations accessible and easy to teach
Energy Transfer Diagrams
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Energy Transfer Diagrams

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Worksheet for KS3 or KS4 to practice drawing energy transfer diagrams. Questions start simple and get gradually harder, and incorporate energy pathways and stores. Suitable for lower ability to support, or higher ability as lots of practice.
Science investigation: Dissolving sugar in water
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Science investigation: Dissolving sugar in water

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Planning sheet for students to carry out before, during and after an experiment to test solubility of sugar in water (can be adapted for your class). Contains work on scientific method, graph plotting and data collection. Has worked extremely well with KS3 and lower KS4 groups
Electricity Equations practice grid
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Electricity Equations practice grid

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Fully differentiated KS4 grid with many questions on the different electricity equations. Each question is worth a different number of points and pupils can work at their level. Comes with challenge and extension questions. Suitable for any KS4 ability group, perfect for a homework or revision lesson.
Potential Difference, Energy and Charge worksheet
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Potential Difference, Energy and Charge worksheet

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Worksheet for KS4 students (middle to high ability), where students can practice rearranging and using the equation V = E/Q, as well as reinforce Q=It which should have been taught previously. Questions become progressively harder and begin to link in other skills. Solutions are included on a separate sheet for pupils to mark afterwards.
Ray Diagram Student Helper sheet
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Ray Diagram Student Helper sheet

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A sheet which helps students learn to construct ray diagrams: goes through the steps to draw rays for convex and concave lenses, then provides a guide as to describing the image.
Plotting Line Graphs
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Plotting Line Graphs

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Students practise plotting line graphs of data: task builds slowly from plotting points and drawing best fit lines, to constructing scales and using appropriate labels on axes. Final page tests graph interpretation, and question 3 can be adapted to suit your syllabus and your area. Has worked extremely well with KS3 and weak KS4 pupils in maths and science lessons.
Protons, Neutrons and Electrons grid
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Protons, Neutrons and Electrons grid

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Grid worksheet for students to practise calculating the number of protons, neutrons and electrons in different elements from the periodic table. Grids get gradually harder allowing differentiated learning. Blank boxes at the bottom of the grids are for students to make up their own challenges for friends as extension tasks. Suitable for KS3, KS4 or revision KS5
Current and Charge worksheet
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Current and Charge worksheet

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Worksheet allowing students to practice using Q=IT, rearranging and using the equation triangle. Suitable for lower ability KS4 who need a lot of practice with equations.
V = IR Calculation Sheet
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V = IR Calculation Sheet

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KS4 sheet (with answers) gradually getting harder for students to practice using Ohm’s Law. Questions then link in E=VQ and Q=IT for extra practice.
Doppler effect calculation practice
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Doppler effect calculation practice

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Calculation worksheet, with solutions, practicing calculations of frequencies and speeds for the doppler effect; Suitable for Y12 and 13 students who need practice with the equation. Differentiated by outcome, worksheet becomes harder. Extension questions near the end applying Doppler Effect to red and blueshift with light.
Terminal Velocity 6 mark question and mark scheme
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Terminal Velocity 6 mark question and mark scheme

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KS4 scaffolded 6 mark question on terminal velocity, includes key words and sentence starters to guide pupils on structuring their answer. Perfect for Y10s doing forces who are not yet experienced at 6 mark question. Mark scheme on powerpoint slide gives pupils opportunity to peer mark work and give improvements.
KS3 Electricity: Charge, Current, PD and Resistance
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KS3 Electricity: Charge, Current, PD and Resistance

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A series of 4 lessons on the atom and charge (see accompanying worksheet), current, potential difference and resistance. Contains definitions, activities such as gap fills and definitions, ideas for practical activities and links to helpful simulations. Suitable for a lower ability KS3 group however could be adapted for higher groups.
Velocity Time Graphs
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Velocity Time Graphs

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Simple velocity time graphs where pupils practice reading graphs, calculating gradients and distance travelled by finding the area under a graph. Accompanying power point allows you to go through with pupils after activity.