This took a while! Retrieval practice is the big thing in my school at the moment. Using the AQA KS3 syllabus as a base I have made a scrolling power point that covers all of it. Variety of question types. Looks nice and did I say it scrolls. Bargain.
670 slides covering the AQA combined syllabus. Pretty much exhaustive covering all of the content. This took a long time. I have done these for physics and KS3 as well. I used a simple version of this the last two years but the images really makes it ‘pop’ lol. I have it autolooping and used as plenaries. Easily broken down into topics. I have included answers if not obvious.
As part of my lockdown I created this resource for my department. 671 lovely slides looking at the whole of the combined physics syllabus. All required practicals, formulas and syllabus content covered; completely exhaustive. It scrolls and will make an excellent plenary activity. I have previously done a text only version and this was popular.
Here is part three. 315 physics questions on a random selecting power point. Circuit diagrams and more pictures than my previous biology and chemistry efforts. Inline with the Learning Scientists research. Please leave a review good or bad
I wrote these is the show that format i.e show that the voltage required to push a current of 2A through a 12 Ohm resistor is 24V. (Most are a bit trickier than this). This allows a self check and should inspire confidence.
This is a work sheet that covers all the paper 1 calculations. The formulae are given before each section. These are aimed at 7+ students as there are multi-stage calculations which require unit manipulation and substitution. > 25 different calcs.