Power and Energy  by SciencEd

Power and Energy by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about the links between power and energy. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify factors that make an object more powerful than another *Describe the difference between energy and power Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Explain how to calculate the power of a device *Apply your understanding of power and efficiency to find how efficient a device is. Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Link P=I2R and E=Pt to calculate the resistance of a device. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Springs Calculation Practice  by SciencEd

Springs Calculation Practice by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about how to effectively use the force, extension and spring constant, and EPE equations. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify the correct equation for a given scenario. *Describe the relationship between force and extension in a spring. Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Explain, using calculation, which spring stores the most energy. *Apply your understanding of energy stored in a spring to calculation the difference in energy when a spring is stretched further. Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Link your understanding of force, extension and spring constant to calculate how much energy is stored in a spring from the force applied to it. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Calculating Elastic Potential Energy  by SciencEd

Calculating Elastic Potential Energy by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students to calculate the elastic potential energy stored in a spring. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify the changes in energy when a spring is released *Describe how the energy stored in a spring depends on the spring constant and the extension or compression Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Explain how the energy stored in a spring can be used to propel objects. Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Apply your understanding of the energy in a spring to explain how much energy is stored in a spring. *Link ideas of energy stored in a spring and GPE to find out how high a spring can propel an object. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Changes in Energy Store  by SciencEd

Changes in Energy Store by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about the changes in energy stores. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: * Name the different ways that energy can be stored. Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: * Describe what we mean as scientists by the conservation of energy * Describe the energy transfers that take place when an object falls to the ground. Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: * Explain the energy transfers that happen when a falling object hits the ground, without bouncing back. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Energy Transfers and Efficiency  by SciencEd

Energy Transfers and Efficiency by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about energy transfers and efficiency. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify forms of useful and waste energy. *Describe the useful and wasted energy by reading Sankey diagrams. Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Explain the energy transfers in a system by producing a Sankey diagram. *Apply calculation to find the efficiency of a device. Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Link the design process for a device to explain how you could improve the efficiency. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Energy, Energy Transfers, Power and Efficiency - Teaching and Assessment Bundle  by SciencEd

Energy, Energy Transfers, Power and Efficiency - Teaching and Assessment Bundle by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This is a bundle of teaching and learning, and assessment and feedback resources that cover Energy, Energy Transfers, Power and Efficiency for the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics. As part of this bundle you will recieve: * 9 x fully differentiated lessons, that include self assessment opportunities and stretch activities throughout on: 1. Changes in energy store 2. Energy and efficiency 3. Thermal conductivity of materials 4. Thermal conductivity of metals 5. Hooke's law 6. Calculating elastic potential energy 7. Springs calculation practice 8. Efficiency 9. Power and energy *3 mini progress checks (in higher and foundation) to ensure pupil progress within Physics, that also include all answers in the form of a go through powerpoint presentation. *An end of unit assessment in foundation and higher tiers, that covers all of the content in the lessons and comprehensive mark schemes. *A progress tracker that can be used to input data to give you real time feedback on the attainment of your students over the whole of the module. SciencEd is designed to provide teachers with thorough units of work that match the new 9-1 GCSE's in a student friendly way. All lessons include targetted feedback boxes, self assessment opportunities and challenge tasks for your most able students. Please feel free to email any questions to contact.scienced@gmail.com
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Thermal Conductivity of Materials  by SciencEd

Thermal Conductivity of Materials by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about the thermal conductivity of different materials. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify some factors that affect the rate of heat transfer. Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Describe how to improve energy transfer. *Explain, using results, which insulator was best at its job. Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Apply your understanding of air as a conductor to explain why this was the best insulator. *Link your results to explain how we make sure that double glazed windows are energy efficient. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Energy, Energy Transfers, Power and Efficiency Assessment Bundle by SciencEd

Energy, Energy Transfers, Power and Efficiency Assessment Bundle by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! Within this bundle of assessments, you will be able to track your students attainment throughout the GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics 9-1 Course. It includes: * 3 mini progress checkers gauge students basic understanding of content from over 3-4 lessons of teaching. These come in Higher and Foundation formats, with a student feedback and a go through presentation with the answers, to get students to self assess and correct their answers to show pupil progression in your classroom. * An end of unit assessment that covers all of the content covered in the SciencEd lessons on Energy, Energy Transfers, Power and Efficiency Unit. This assessment also matches the AQA specification (Unit 4.1), excluding the global energy resources lessons. This assessment ces in a higher and foundation format, with each assessment worth 60 marks and a comprehensive mark scheme. * A grade sheet in microsoft excel that will transfer all grades from the progress checkers and the end of unit assessment to provide you a grade to report back on student progress. This spreadsheet has 50 spaces in for students names.
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Hookes Law  by SciencEd

Hookes Law by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about Hooke's law. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify factors that affect the squash and stretchability of a spring *Describe the relationship between the force applied to a spring and how far it stretches Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Describe what is meant by the limit of proportionality for a spring *Find the force that is applied to a spring using mathematics Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Use your results from your practical to find the spring constant of the spring that you used This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Thermal Conductivity of Metals  by SciencEd

Thermal Conductivity of Metals by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about the thermal conductivity of maetals. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify that different materials transfer energy at different rates *Describe the process that transfers energy through metals Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Explain how the transfer of heat energy by conduction involves the movement of particles *Predict the time it takes for energy to be passed along a conductor Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Link ideas of the structure of metals to explain why metals are good conductors This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. NB - some of the sections within this lesson self assess based on students results, and have not been included in the powerpoint * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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Efficiency of Devices  by SciencEd

Efficiency of Devices by SciencEd

Welcome to SciencEd: Science Resources for teachers! This resource is fully differentiated resource that includes answers for teaching students about the efficiency of devices. The lesson is split into 3 chunks to make sure that you meet the needs of your students when delivering the new GCSE Physics and Combined Science: Physics courses. Are your students aiming towards a grade 5? This resource aims to get your students to: *Identify the types of useful and waste energy in a system *Describe how to find the efficiency of a device Are your students aiming for a grade 5? Get your students to: *Explain, using calculation, which device is the most efficient Are your students aiming above a grade 5? Stretch them to: *Link ideas of specific heat capacity to work out the efficiency of a spirit burner. This resource includes little extras to help challenge all of your students. *On your toes boxes - Prepare students for feedback by putting their name into the orange boxes on screen. * Self assessment opportunities - Reduce your workload by getting students to self assess their work by using the green boxes and answers on screen. * Stretch your most able - Stretch yourself! opportunities placed throughout the lesson to get your most able to think about their answers and the applications of science.
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