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I have been teaching GCSE Physics for 10 years and A level for 5 years. My resources range form KS3, GSCE all the way up to A level. I have developed a range of worksheets, revision mats and presentations that closely follow up to date specifications . Most include worked examples and stick closely to the lesson targets throughout. Lesson targets are repeated throughout. Homework tasks are often included and build upon previous lessons work to revise. Big emphasis on memorising equations.

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I have been teaching GCSE Physics for 10 years and A level for 5 years. My resources range form KS3, GSCE all the way up to A level. I have developed a range of worksheets, revision mats and presentations that closely follow up to date specifications . Most include worked examples and stick closely to the lesson targets throughout. Lesson targets are repeated throughout. Homework tasks are often included and build upon previous lessons work to revise. Big emphasis on memorising equations.
pressure in fluids
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pressure in fluids

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Created from the current KS3 specification. Two lessons in one. includes homework task Learning targets part one Recall what gas and fluid pressure are and some of their effects. Use the particle model and forces to explain changes in pressure Learning targets part 2 Be able to use the particle model to explain why gas pressure increases with temperature Be able to apply an pressure equation related to depth and density.
KS3 lenses
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KS3 lenses

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This is a PowerPoint for a KS3 class. It has details of a practical and resources required. Pupils make their own lenses and then work through how to find the focal length of a lens themselves. There are plenty of opportunities to expand for higher ability differentiation. Could ask pupils to draw their own ray diagrams and use write sentences with key words such as converging and diverging. Lesson Targets Be able to draw and label a lens ray diagram Describe the process of finding the focal length of a lens
Waves Revision Mat
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Waves Revision Mat

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Revision mat of the GCSE 9-1 Edexcel Conservation of Energy topic. There are some fill in the blanks, true or false and general questions. Includes answers
Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 lesson 3- Acceleration  and Uniform Acceleration
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Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 lesson 3- Acceleration and Uniform Acceleration

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This is one of 8 forces and motion lessons built for the new 9-1 Edexcel specification. Each lesson has lots of worked examples and key revision points. The lessons make a focus of the revision of the equations, symbols and units. Each lesson has a starter/ recap of prior knowledge, main section that works through worked examples which can even be used my non specialists and ends with 10 differentiated questions. There is a lesson break down at the start of each lesson and a homework slide. Learning Targets Be able to use, memorise and rearrange the acceleration equation Calculate the acceleration from a velocity / time graph Use and memorise the equation v² − u² = 2× a× x
Forces and Motion Revision PowerPoint - Edexcel 9-1
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Forces and Motion Revision PowerPoint - Edexcel 9-1

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This is a 34 slide PowerPoint that covers the main aspects of the Edexcel 9-1 course. There are worked examples through out and the last 8 slides are differentiated revision questions that could be printed and distributed as a revision booklet. I have used this in an after school revision session and will be used as part of an exam rev up session. this PowerPoint covers: Units and symbols Weight and mass Speed measurement Acceleration and uniform acceleration Distance time graphs Vectors and scalars Momentum Laws of Physics (inc inertia and centripetal force) stopping distances
KS3 Superposition
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KS3 Superposition

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Lesson Targets Be able to identify similarities and differences between water, light and sound waves. Be able to use the word superposition in a sentence which explains how waves move Starter- Name as many thing that travel in waves, WATER, LIGHT , SOUND ,ANY EM WAVES Main- Demonstrations, writing task. Pupils must make notes of on the similarities and differences between light and sound waves. Complete the summary task on slide 9. must be done on a separate sheet of paper to take home. Watch the demonstration on superposition in the ripple tank and video clip of what it looks like in the sea Plenary- Complete writing task, pupils are to explain what superposition is using a selection of words Hwk-Take summary task sheets home and revise it for a test next lesson. Slide 9 should have been completed on paper to take home with them.
A2 AQA  Astrophysics- spectral classes
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A2 AQA Astrophysics- spectral classes

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This PowerPoint covers the below lesson objectives. There is also some recap of black body radiation curves, Stefans Law and spectra. The PowerPoint finishes with question and answer slides. I have tried it out with my year 13 and it brought up many talking points and covered all the spec requirements well. Font 24 at least, diagrams and charts throughout. Lesson Targets Be able to describe the main stellar spectral classes Be able to describe the conditions necessary for the presence of the Hydrogen Balmer Series
Refraction and Total Internal Reflection
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Refraction and Total Internal Reflection

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For KS3 Science lessons, built from the current KS3 specification. Learning Targets: Identify uses of lenses Describe how light refracts through convex and concave lenses Explain how TIR is used in fiber optics Differentiated plenary questions at the end of the presentation Notes on demo examples within the ppt
forces and motion revision question chain
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forces and motion revision question chain

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This is a revision game to help GCSE pupils revise the Forces and Motion. It has been built from the current 9-1 specification and I have been using it with a year 9 class. Suitable for yrs 9 to 11. Print out on card and cut out all the cards Each pupil in the class gets one of the cards. Each card has a question and answer on it. The answer is in bold at the top and another question is below. the player with the Start card asks their question first. the person who has the answer answers it and then reads out their question. Best if the teacher has a copy of the sheet to check as they go. Pupils have got to have the confidence to shout out the answer. When you get the finish card the game stops. More questions can be easily added/ changed or some pupils may even get two to choose form if they are high ability.
Scalars and Vectors workseet
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Scalars and Vectors workseet

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This is a low ability worksheet developed to go with a Forces and motion lesson developed for the new Edexcel 9-1 scheme of work. good to be set as a homework or an in lesson task. Highlights literacy.
Forces and Motion 9-1 GCSE lesson Newtons Laws, Inertia and Centripetal Force
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Forces and Motion 9-1 GCSE lesson Newtons Laws, Inertia and Centripetal Force

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This is one of 8 Forces and Motion lessons built for the new 9-1 Edexcel specification. Each lesson has lots of worked examples and key revision points. The lessons make a focus of the revision of the equations, symbols and units. Each lesson has a starter/ recap of prior knowledge, main section that works through worked examples which can even be used my non specialists and ends with 10 differentiated questions. There is a lesson break down at the start of each lesson and a homework slide. Learning Targets Be able to use and apply Newton’s 3 laws to forces and motion examples Be able to explain what centripetal force and inertia are
EM Spectrum revision: Question chase
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EM Spectrum revision: Question chase

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This is a revision game to help GCSE pupils revise the EM spectrum and waves in part. It has been built from the current 9-1 specification and I have been using it with a year 9 class. Suitable for yrs 9 to 11. Print out on card and cut out all the cards Each pupil in the class gets one of the cards. Each card has a question and answer on it. The answer is in bold at the top and another question is below. the player with the Start card asks their question first. the person who has the answer answers it and then reads out their question. Best if the teacher has a copy of the sheet to check as they go. Pupils have got to have the confidence to shout out the answer. When you get the finish card the game stops. More questions can be easily added/ changed or some pupils may even get two to choose form if they are high ability.
Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 - Units, Scalars and Vectors
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Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 - Units, Scalars and Vectors

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This one of 8 forces and motion lessons built for the new 9-1 specification. Each lesson has lots of worked examples and key revision points. The lessons make a focus of the revision of the equations, symbols and units. Each lesson has a starter/ recap of prior knowledge, main section that works through worked examples which can even be used my non specialists and ends with 10 differentiated questions. There is a lesson break down at the start of each lesson. Learning Targets: Recall and use the SI unit Recall and use multiples and sub-multiples of units Recall examples and explain the difference between vectors and scalars
Question chain games for Edexcel 9-1 Revision
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Question chain games for Edexcel 9-1 Revision

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This is a revision game to help GCSE pupils revise the Forces and Motion. It has been built from the current 9-1 specification and I have been using it with a year 9 class. Suitable for yrs 9 to 11. Print out on card and cut out all the cards Each pupil in the class gets one of the cards. Each card has a question and answer on it. The answer is in bold at the top and another question is below. the player with the Start card asks their question first. the person who has the answer answers it and then reads out their question. Best if the teacher has a copy of the sheet to check as they go. Pupils have got to have the confidence to shout out the answer. When you get the finish card the game stops. More questions can be easily added/ changed or some pupils may even get two to choose form if they are high ability. 3 games covering: EM spectrum/waves Forces and motion units, symbols and conversions
9-1 GCSE Revision Mats
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9-1 GCSE Revision Mats

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Revision mats of the GCSE 9-1 Edexcel Conservation of Energy, Forces and Motion, Waves and Radiation topics. There are some fill in the blanks, true or false and general questions including calculations. Includes answers for all of the sheets. The radiation sheet is more higher level, can be used for separates.
Conservation of energy Question Chain (Edexcel 9-1)
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Conservation of energy Question Chain (Edexcel 9-1)

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This is a revision game to help GCSE pupils revise the Forces and Motion. It has been built from the current 9-1 specification and I have been using it with a year 9 class. Suitable for yrs 9 to 11. Print out on card and cut out all the cards Each pupil in the class gets one of the cards. Each card has a question and answer on it. The answer is in bold at the top and another question is below. the player with the Start card asks their question first. the person who has the answer answers it and then reads out their question. Best if the teacher has a copy of the sheet to check as they go. Pupils have got to have the confidence to shout out the answer. When you get the finish card the game stops. More questions can be easily added/ changed or some pupils may even get two to choose from if they are high ability.
Transformers
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Transformers

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Developed from the new AQA Physics specification. A2. Learning Targets Describe how transformers work and ways in which energy losses can be minimised Describe how lamination is used within transformers Explain the effect of eddy currents on transformer efficiency I have used his PowerPoint with my year 13 pupils. It covers all parts of the new spec, particularly efficiency. there are worked examples built in and an easy to read font of 24.
Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 - GCSE core prac
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Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 - GCSE core prac

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This lesson covers the required practical for the Edexcel 9-1 course. The presentation guides pupils through all the stages of the investigation and gives tips for how to complete each stage. Includes a slide of the required equipment for the technicians.
Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 lesson 2- Distance/ Velocity time graphs
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Forces and Motion GCSE 9-1 lesson 2- Distance/ Velocity time graphs

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This is one of 8 forces and motion lessons built for the new 9-1 specification. Each lesson has lots of worked examples and key revision points. The lessons make a focus of the revision of the equations, symbols and units. Each lesson has a starter/ recap of prior knowledge, main section that works through worked examples which can even be used my non specialists and ends with 10 differentiated questions. There is a lesson break down at the start of each lesson and a homework slide. Learning Targets Be able to use and rearrange the equation speed= distance/time Explain how to measure the speed of an object Be able to describe the speed of a journey on a distance time graph Be able to calculate the average speed from a distance time graph Recall some typical speeds experienced in everyday life. There are more Forces and Motion lessons (whole scheme of work) and revision materials in my shop. Enjoy!!