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.
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
This is a power point I created inline with our new 5 minutes a lesson revision session. There are 345 questions applied to a random question generator power point. It covers every little factoid in the AQA syllabus. 10 questions at the start of every lesson. It is not broken into the topics but is in the order of the syllabus.
That's right 1000 questions based on the Trilogy syllabus but will work equally well for Synergy or separate sciences. These have taken an age to write. The Power Point format has a question randomiser built in. It was created with the Learning Scientists work in mind. I am sure you will find this super useful over the next 5/6 years an must be good value when the sale is on. Please review.
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.
I was asked if I would do a chemistry version of my biology resource and here it is. 338 slide of chemistry goodness. This is in a power point format with a randomiser program added. It has the learning scientist logos which is the next big thing apparently. Lots of time saved. Will update as and when I use this with classes