KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 2 - Thermal Energy

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 2 - Thermal Energy

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives State the processes involved in changes of state Describe what happens to the particles inside substances as they are heated Explain how heating and cooling result in changes of state Produce, describe and explain a cooling curve.
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 7 - Energy Transfers

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 7 - Energy Transfers

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives Describe energy transfers that take place in familiar devices State how we measure energy transfer Understand the difference between useful and wasted energy
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 9 - Power

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 9 - Power

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives To label the energy transfers that electrical appliances carry out. To explain how much energy an appliance uses by discussing its power rating, and the time it’s switched on for. To calculate how much energy an appliance uses.
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 4 - Convection

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 4 - Convection

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives Define the term convection Describe convection as a method of heat transfer through liquids and gases. Explain how heat is transferred through convection. Draw and describe a diagram showing convection
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 1 - Kinetic Theory

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 1 - Kinetic Theory

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives State the properties of solids, liquids and gases Describe the arrangement of particles in solids, liquids and gases Compare and contrast solids, liquids and gases Classify unusual materials and justify your reasoning
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 6 - Forms of Energy

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 6 - Forms of Energy

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives Describe energy transfers that take place in familiar devices Describe how energy can change from one form to another
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 8 - Energy Efficiency

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 8 - Energy Efficiency

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives State that not all energy is transferred in the intended form Draw a Sankey diagram to display the energy transformations of a device Calculate the efficiency of a device
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 5 - Radiation

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 5 - Radiation

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives State how heat travels Define the term radiation State where radiation occurs To compare how it travels using ideas of particles and energy
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KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 3 - Conduction

KS3 Heat and Energy - Lesson 3 - Conduction

Requires Booklet (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-heat-and-energy-booklet-11725138) Buy in Bundle () Learning Objectives Know how heat travels through solids Understand that some materials are better conductors than others Investigate the time taken for heat to travel through different metals and identify the best conductor
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KS3 Cells, Reproduction, Forces, Acids, Particles Revision Game

KS3 Cells, Reproduction, Forces, Acids, Particles Revision Game

Lesson Objectives Recall facts about the five key topic areas Apply knowledge of five topics to answer questions Create a series of revision questions Rules: Students work in groups to compete to be the first team to complete all questions. Each group will send one person up to the teacher to collect their first question, and take it back to their table for answering. Once the group believes to have completed their question, it is taken back to the teacher who will check. If it is correct, the student will take back the next question. If it is incorrect, then they will have to go back and try again. The first team to complete all questions (or the most in the time allowed) will win!
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Balanced/Unbalanced and Resultant Forces

Balanced/Unbalanced and Resultant Forces

This lesson focuses on balanced and unbalanced forces. Short recap on what forces are, and into a tutorial on how to draw force diagrams. What is a balanced force? What is an unbalanced force? What is the resultant force? A worksheet is provided with two sides!
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AQA Chapter 4: Chemical Changes - Electrolysis Revision Sheet

AQA Chapter 4: Chemical Changes - Electrolysis Revision Sheet

The final third of the fourth chapter from the new AQA GCSE course. On one side there are revision notes, and on the other revision questions! Comes with answers. Covers: - Electrolysis - Molten Ionic - Metal Extraction - Rules for Discharge - Oxidation and Reduction [H] - Keyword definitions Coming soon: Chapter 5: Energy Changes
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