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.
Simple worksheet covering elastic energy and spring constant. It is broken down into three parts with the answers after each section. Extension section with 2 part calculations. Suitable for lower ability as the numbers are fairly simple. I have highlighted where any unit conversions need to take place.
This bad boy looks at the calculations needed for module 1. Unit swaps, formula manipulation are included. I will give the 1st part as a formative type assessment which I will go through and the second half as a marked assessment.
Uses past images with brand new questions. Lots of calculations, graphs and 3-4 mark questions. 2-3 lessons work. Covers circuits, energy calcs and transfers, pressure, density, nuclear equations, half life. Ideal for Triple Award and combined (with a bit of editing). Grade 5+. Good variety of activities. Please review and look at my other stuff.
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.
Part of an ongoing series looking at the new spec. Ideal for revision in light of the paucity of past papers. Lots of analysis, long answers and calculations. 6 pages. Please review and look at my other examples.