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a selection of topics to aid revision
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This is designed as an end of unit test for those doing AQA Science Physics 1b (HT)
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Our school runs CIE IGCES over two years. The first is combined science where they do a 1/3 of a year on each science.
This course covers
Energy changes and efficiency
Power stations
Nuclear and atomic theory 
and Kinetic model


 

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Resources including quizzes, past paper questions and extended tasks for KS3 Physics at levels 3-6
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Created by Tony Stevens, Trinity School
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The quiz relates to the attached file.
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These ISA questions were written to assist students in preparing for a physics-based ISA - they sat one full, old ISA as a practice (the effect of temperature on the viscosity of vegetable oil) then undertook another.
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Resources including quizzes, past paper questions and extended tasks for the AQA P1a physics module at foundation level.
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IGCSE Physics for Co-ordinated sciences(0654)
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Resources including quizzes, past paper questions and extended tasks for KS3 Physics at levels 5-7
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Structured peer assessments (SPAs) in Scientific Thinking, aimed at different stages from Years 7-13.

SPAs are delivered as whole-class activities with formative peer assessment, normally lasting 30 minutes each. They use our Structured Peer Assessment module. Note that once started, SPAs cannot be finished early, so make sure you have enough time before the end of the lesson. You can however adjust the timing up until the moment you start the exercise. 

To run an SPA in the classroom:
  1. Assign as normal.
  2. When students are ready, click the Start button in the Assignments list. Make sure you have enough time; an SPA cannot be stopped half way through. You can adjust the time allowed at the start point, but not after.
  3. Students will work through a 3-step process of write|judge|vote.
  4. When they are finished, you can access their answers from the Assignments list. Answers are ranked by the process but these ranks do not correlate direct to grades. 


Structured Peer Assessment intro for students (also on YouTube here).

Show this 2-minute orientation video to your students before they start.