Resources have activities for the lowest to highest level students with level 9 questions to stretch the most able. Included are differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore topics.

Resources have activities for the lowest to highest level students with level 9 questions to stretch the most able. Included are differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore topics.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction the equation of motion and its calculations using (v^2 - u^2)= 2 x a x s.
The resources have activities for the lowest to highest level students with level 9 questions to stretch the most able as well as extension activities related to other areas of the GCSE course such as required practicals.
Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of calculations using initial and final velocity, acceleration and distance. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to (v^2 - u^2)= 2 x a x s. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There are exam style assessment questions for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

Link to the video https://youtu.be/DRK0uc-9A74
Students can either watch the video before the lesson (flipped learning) or after for homework/revision. There is also a link to question about the topic which can be found in the video description below the video. Also, find attached the power point (PPT) for the lesson the video describes. There is also a Socrative quiz. (find the code for this on the corresponding slide within the PPT). If you like the videos and PPT please subscribe to our channel Judgemeadowsci. You can also follow us on twitter @Judgemeadowsci for more videos ideas and cool stuff!

All the timers you could ever want for your lesson PowerPoints (over 35 timers, from 5 seconds to 16 minutes!) All GIFs. Just copy and paste the timer you want into your PowerPoint you can resize the timer to whatever size is appropriate. Simple but effective way to increase pace and engagement within lessons.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to elastic potential energy and its calculation using Ee= 0.5 x k x e^2.
The resources have activities for the lowest to highest level students with level 9 questions to stretch the most able.
Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of calculating EPE, spring constant and extension. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to Ee= 0.5 x k x e^2. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There are exam style assessment for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

Link to the video https://youtu.be/fF0OYkbZRDA Students watch the video in the lesson as well as after for homework/revision. Also, find attached the power point (PPT) for the lesson the video describes.
If you like the videos and PPT please subscribe to our channel Judgemeadowsci. You can also follow us on twitter Judgemeadowsci for more videos ideas and cool stuff!

Link to video https://youtu.be/D2nDXZZ0WlE Students can either watch the video before the lesson (flipped learning) or after for homework/revision. There is also a link to question about the topic which can be found in the video description below the video. Also, find attached the power point (PPT) for the lesson the video describes. There is also a Socrative quiz. (find the code for this on the corresponding slide within the PPT). If you like the videos and PPT please subscribe to our channel Judgemeadowsci. You can also follow us on twitter @Judgemeadowsci for more videos ideas and cool stuff!

A series of 1 minute videos to show students basic maths skills they will need for their science exams. Links are found below or in the downloadable word document. Please subscribe to the channel to get the latest videos.
Series Playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzSEBOZw6jzSnGyJFOawVArxQibCSdKkX
How to convert units:
https://youtu.be/aUpzXlRyI6w
How to rearrange equations:
https://youtu.be/IcgYvj2EpY0
How to rearrange more complicated equations
https://youtu.be/O6xIsLMTyTg

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This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to types of current. Included is a differentiated powerpoint, with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of current. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the correct language to use and allows student to learn how to structure there work when talking about types of current. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an exam style assessment at the end for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to energy stores. Included is a worksheet and differentiated powerpoint, with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of energy. Included are learning objectives for grades (2-8). A model answer which scaffolds the correct language to use and allows student to learn how to structure there work when talking about energy stores. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an assessment at the end in the style of the old QWC, as well, a task were students have to improve a modeled level 2 answer to a higher grade. Finally, there is a mini white board activity which allows the teacher to assess students learning within the lesson. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains the practical for latent heat of fusion of water for the new AQA GCSE. Included is a video modeling how to carry out the practical, differentiated powerpoint, with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes, questions on calculating latent heat with model answers for those questions. This PPT has a whole range of activities to allow your students to explore latent heat of fusion and progress with their learning. It uses models which allow students to access this fundamental concept. Included are learning objectives for grades (2-8). The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There are false statements which the students have to improve so they are correct. As well, detailed instructions in how to carry out the practical with activities to attempt as they go. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to Newtons 2nd law and using F= m x a. Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of calculating force, mass and acceleration. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to F= m x a. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an exam style assessment at the end for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to acceleration and caculations using a=v-u/t. Included is a differentiated powerpoint, vocabulary builder worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of acceleration. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to acceleration. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an exam style assessment at the end for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to spring constant and its calculation using F=k e.
The resources have activities for the lowest to highest level students with level 9 questions to stretch the most able.
Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of calculating force, spring constant and extension. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to F=k e. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There are exam style assessment for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to average speed and caculations using d= s x t. Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of calculating speed, distance and time. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to d= s x t. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an exam style assessment at the end for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to work done and calculation using W= s x d. Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of calculating force, mass and acceleration. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to W = s x d. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an exam style assessment at the end for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to specific heat capacity. Included is a worksheet and differentiated powerpoint, with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of specific heat capacity. Included are learning objectives for grades (2-8). A model answer which scaffolds the correct language to use and allows student to learn how to structure there work when talking about specific heat capacity. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an assessment at the end in the style of the old QWC, as well, a task were students have to improve a modeled level 2 answer to a higher grade. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to weight and caculations using w = m x g. Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with answers, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of weight. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). A model answer which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure there work when completing calculations related to weight. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to introduce momentum and its calculations using p = m x v.
The resources have activities for the lowest to highest level students with level 9 questions to stretch the most able as well as extension activities related to other areas of the GCSE course such as required practicals.
Included is a differentiated powerpoint, calculations worksheet with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of calculations using momentum, mass and velocity. Included are learning objectives for grades (3-9). Model answers which scaffolds the calculations needed and allows student to learn how to structure their work when completing calculations related to p = m x v. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There are exam style assessment questions for students to test their knowledge. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.

This resources contains a comprehensive introduction to radiation. Included is a keyword worksheet and differentiated powerpoint, with keywords, learning objectives, differentiated outcomes and a range of activities to allow your students to explore this topic. It uses language and models which allow students to access the fundamental concept of radiation. Included are learning objectives for grades (2-8). A model answer which scaffolds the correct language to use and allows student to learn how to structure there work when talking about energy radiation. The PPT is differentiated throughout with extension tasks for the more able learner. There is an assessment at the end in the style of the old QWC, as well, a task were students have to improve a modeled level 2 answer to a higher grade. This powerpoint can also be easily adapted for a KS3 class.