Introduction to waves - suitable for KS4 and Higher level KS3 Use the learning grid (page 1 of PPT) students teach themselves the basics of: What a wave is, the difference between longitudinal waves and transverse and applications of waves. A starter and plenary are also provided to engage and assess learning.
Stopping Distances and Streamlining, lesson includes: a range of engaging activities and plenary
Outstanding static electricity lesson. included: lesson plan, learning placemat (which needs to printed for independent learning), Worksheet and exam questions
Intro to magnets and application of electromagnets. Slide 8 needs to be given out for students and the prompt questions on the following slide used to promote independent learning
Introduction to newtons law's Designed to follow resultant forces. Lesson covers: Newtons Laws, streamlining and F=ma
Worksheet which can be used to explain how V and I behave in a series and a parallel circuit. Teacher must intro circuit rules, then students can fill in the V and I on the unlabelled ammeters and voltmeters.
Centre of Mass lesson Which include information to carry out COM practical on irregular shapes