For £2 this resource covers all the key terms in the Trilogy and Physics Waves topics of the AQA GCSE Physics course: 4.6.1 ( 3 subsections), 4.6.2 ( 2 subsections) and 4.6.3. ( 3hrs). Each sub-glossary is in a single detachable section. Cut them , photocopy them in A5 and ask students to glue them to their exercise books. Alternatively copy them on A5, in colour and display around the class room and the corridors adjacent to the classroom , and the School's magazine literacy section.
Includes key terms (over 50) , definitions and a sentences to exemplify the use of the key term. The examples will help students understand the context in which the key term can be used. The examples are level 5-6 literacy to support boys whom struggle with vocabulary and complex sentence construction. You can use this comprehensive resource to plan Science literacy quizzes and other engaging activities: 'new word' discussion, 'Key term spotter', 'dictionary champion', 'Science literacy' bingo etc. Used as the platform for higher Teaching and Learning resources to optimise the impact of your teaching.
Interactive presentation with exam multiple choice questions. A level further mechanics OCR and AQA. 3 hour preparation. This unit of work can be delivers in 1.5 to 2 hours but must be complemented by teacher demonstrations and practical work, ( see Practical skills assessment for AQA and OCR 2015 Specification). Multiple choice examples are given as well as step by step methods for problem solving. Load up this resource in your virtual learning platform to support the progress of your students. Use exam board past exam questions to develop numeracy and problem solving skills.
A set of 3 differentiated d-t graph work sheets for assessment. A detailed Mark scheme is provided so that you can use this resource to support self or peer marking. Spend your time in the classroom identifying needs and providing high quality feedback.Have more free time at weekends.
10 MC unusually phrased questions that require students to compare two types of graph: d-t,v-t and a-t graph. Challenge students to reflect on their understanding of these graphs. As a starter activity allow 10 minutes for individual students to answer the 10 questions. As and AFL activity this delivers peer assessment when you ask students to check and discuss each other's answers. As a 'talk to learn' strategy allow students 5-10 minutes to argue for or against their answer. Detect general misconceptions or identify students with fundamental problems in this unit and plan an intervention lesson, or work with them while other students work on exam practise questions. Buy 'AS motion challenge' resource for additional differentiation. Raise your T+L impact in your class for £2.
10 MC unusually phrased questions that require students to compare two types of graph: d-t,v-t and a-t graph. Challenge students to reflect on their understanding of these graphs. As a starter activity allow 10 minutes for individual students to answer the 10 questions. As and Assessment for learning (AFL) activity this delivers peer assessment when you ask students to check and discuss each other's answers. As a 'talk to learn' strategy allow students 5-10 minutes to argue for or against their answer. Detect general misconceptions or identify students with fundamental problems in this unit and plan an intervention lesson, or work with them while other students work on exam practise questions. Buy 'AS motion challenge' resource for additional differentiation. Raise your Teaching impact in your class for $3
Use this document to kick start research into levers and their context in every day life. Find ideas for practical work and facts about levers that will help students make a hypothesis and investigate properties of class one levers. Focus on progress and feedback and leave the resources to me.
OCR and AQA Further Mechanics A level work, for exams in June 2018. Please refer to the 2015 Specifications. This unit of work covers A2 circular motion, it is suitable for 1.5 to 2 hours teaching, but must be supported by teacher demonstrations and Practical work ( please refer to the exam board's list of practicals). The explanations and solutions of the vertical circle and the engineering context of this topic have not been covered, to leave room for the teacher to drive it in his/her direction of choice. AFL in the form of Multiple choice questions is included. Please up load this resource to your VLE to support your students. Find additional support in IOP and refer to your Exam board specifications for past paper practise.
Use this resource with a circus of energy; various electrical or mechanical appliances. Students identify the energy transformations using key terms. For challenge students can design their own sankey of an appliance of their choice, on graph paper and make questions up for other students.
A2 Further mechanics; Circular Motion topic. Use the resources as starter activities or plenaries to reinforce the essential definitions ( Assessment Objective 1) for this topic. You might wish to purchase the Circular motion presentation for students' independent learning too. Download these resources, print them on card, laminate and enjoy their impact on your students' motivation and learning. Add a little fun and competitiveness at the start of lessons for years to come.
KS3 level 5 covers practical skills and a GCSE topic; Hooke's law in the context of sport and injuries in tennis. This is part of a set of lessons to engage year 7 to 13 students (KS3, KS4 and KS5) with STEM subjects ( forces, data analysis and materials' technology) in the context of sport, and particularly Tennis as June-July is the season of many great tournaments. Why re-invent the wheel? Invest and enjoy for a many teaching groups and a few years to come.
his worksheet is rigorous in its use of scientific terms and conventions, and it is a step by step description of Newton's second Law of motion to derive the four most useful equations of motion. The students is shown how their knowledge and understanding improves and expands from Physics Lower high school 'C' grade to Physics 01 or Maths Mechanics 01 'A' grade, through the use of exam style questions. The Mark scheme gives a step by step commentary on the methods and final answer conventions, to help the student understand the pitfall in problem solving e.g carelessness with units and decimal place presentation. The work could be set as a 2 hour independent study to support learning of ' Motion in a straight line with constant acceleration' and or Maths Mechanics 1 Dynamics. This worksheet will allow the teacher to see differentiation in the class and understand student's needs, thus targeting feedback and assistance efficiently.
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PDF/ Team work, literacy, Engineering, Science and Technology. Make the rocket, change the design, test, measure, talk, think and have fun. Use as part of the Forces unit at KS4 ( iGCSE, AQA and OCR) to investigate resultant forces, air resistance and momentum. For KS5 use to investigate projectile motion and contextualize the equations of motion. Use the activity to nurture team roles: leadership and dependability. Promote talk to learn, engage boys and introduce girls to STEM careers.
PPP Windows detailed introduction to A2 Electric fields. AO1's are signposted. Key points often misunderstood by students are clearly highlighted. Example problems with step by step solutions. Very useful for Multiple choice training. Ideal for AQA PH4 old and New Electric fields specifications. Load it up on your VLE to promote independent learning.
An engaging resource for kinaesthetic and visual learners, with extension work and HT additions. Problems to test progress with answers for self-assessment. Choose your music, stop , start, freeze, to allow you to highlight a key point or differentiate through questioning. The resource is very helpful to non-specialist Science teachers.
4 levels of ' Forces' engagement or plenary activities focused on the use of key terms and the construction of sentences that accurately describe, explain, compare and suggest. Teacher's notes with answers, assessment and feedback points. Ideal for non-specialist teaching GCSE Physics. Recycle activities a few times with different assessment emphasis.
Bloom's taxonomy terms are used to help students make progress. From a simple practical task in question 2, that allows student to experience the concept of equilibrium to question 8 that challenges students to investigate equilibrium with moments calculations. You are free to walk around the classroom offering advice, formative feedback, and asking challenging questions. High impact.