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Important Information – the first slide of each lesson in this unit bundle starts with a quick quiz/test based on the previous lesson/s learning. Your pupils should answer the questions in a different colored pen in their books. The second slide gives the answers and your pupils should self-assess or peer mark. This then gives you – the teacher – formative assessment on your pupils progress – recorded in their books. FOR EVERY LESSON. Which is fantastic evidence for book checks. Also I ask my pupils to take photographs with their phones of each lesson and homework is to revise that lesson. Not only do you as a teacher tick so many boxes but most importantly your pupil’s progression in this subject improves.

Find out why our science department is in the top 10% in the UK, please download - Atoms - electrons and orbits free from my shop, enjoy.

This bundle is a very detailed and comprehensive study of the topic covering every aspect of circuits and electricity that is required for this unit. It is full of highly visual descriptions, fun quizzes, challenging activities, fun practical’s, demo’s and much more.

Lessons are as follows

Lesson 1 - Electrical circuits

Carbon 14 atom – sketch it!

Carbon 14 atom – description

Atoms and electricity – the key points

The copper atom – what’s so special

Circuit symbols x 14 – memorize them

Flow of current – which way do they flow and why

Series circuit – introduction to drawing

Parallel circuit – introduction to drawing

The symbols again – can you remember

3 circuits to draw from descriptions

Keyword and description peer challenge.

Lesson 2 - Current and voltage in a series circuit – practical investigation

Name that symbol

Please note: current

Please note: potential difference

Measuring current – build it and measure

Measuring voltage – build it and measure

What have you learnt?

Write your questions test your peers

Lesson 3 - Current and voltage in a parallel circuit – practical investigation

Name that symbol

Please note: current

Please note: potential difference

Parallel circuit described

Measuring current – build it and measure

Measuring voltage – build it and measure

What have you learnt?

Venn diagram – current and voltage in series and parallel circuits

Lesson 4 - Current, Charge and energy.

Electricity true of false quiz

Flow of charge in a wire

Energy and charge

Energy being transferred

Memorize those symbols – in your head

Charge current equation and triangle

Questions

Answers

Memorize those symbols – in your head – fast and fun

Energy charge equation

Questions

Answers

Draw the symbol to match the definition

Talk for a minute

Lesson 5 - Resistance and resistors

True or false quiz

Can guess the name of this lesson

Describe resistance from the images

Share your descriptions – keywords

Produce a table paragraph

Resistance definition

Why is it important

Cut through a plastic ruler demo – optional

The equation

Worksheet

Resistors in series

Questions and answers

Resistors in parallel

Worked question

Questions and answers

Tell an alien

Lesson 6 – 9- Resistance in – filament lamps, fixed resistor, thermistor, L.D.R and Diode,

a 3 – 4 lesson investigation

Lesson overview 6

True or false quiz

Introduction to the scientific method

The hypothesis

Experimental controls

Dependent variable

Independent Variable

Range and interval

Repeats and the Mean

What will you be testing

The equations

How can you do it?

Produce your plan

Lesson 7

True or false quiz

Re-visit our plan

Perform the experiment

Calculations

What’s wrong with this graph?

What makes the perfect graph?

Draw your own

Conclusion

Lesson 8 and 9

True or false quiz

Which will you be testing – Diode, thermistor, fixed resistor or L.D.R

How will you test your component?

Perform the experiment

Graph re-cap

Draw your own graph

The fixed resistor graph

The Diode graph

The Thermistor graph

The L.D.R graph.

Find out how these are used in everyday life.

Also included is the planning sheet to guide pupils through the experimental planning.

Lesson 10 - Transferring energy

True or false quiz

Friction description

Rub your hands and feel

Friction energy transfer

The space shuttle

The red hot wire

Electron collisions

Advantages

Disadvantages

Low resistance wire

The Energy equation

Worked examples

Worksheet questions and answers

A to Z

Lesson 11 - Electrical Power

True of false quiz

What is power?

Explanation and energy transfer

What’s happening to the light bulb?

Which appliance is the most expensive to run

Can you find the power – various appliances needed for small circus?

P = E ÷ t equation and triangle

Questions and answers

P = I x V equation and triangle

Questions and answers

P = I2 X R equation and triangle

Questions and answers

Worksheet more practice questions on the 3 equations

5 Keywords to make a paragraph

This lesson is supplied with Power Equation question worksheet, and the answer sheet.

Lesson 12 – Transferring electrical energy

True of false quiz

Can you name the energy transfers?

Energy transfer challenge

Two electrical fans problem

AC DC mains and battery

AC DC current movement

Direct current

Alternating current

The changing voltage and cycles

AC – UK and USA

Compare and contrast

Thank you for taking the time to view my premium resource. It is designed to provide you with a lesson in which pupil’s progress, the lessons follow a pathway; prepare for learning, lesson objectives, present new information, construct on that information, apply and demonstrate, review and consolidate.

Most of my premium resources follow the same format, which is:-

All power points to tell a story

Learning objectives clearly and uniquely visually linked, short, relevant and punchy, revised a minimum of 3 time a lesson.

Fun pictures all over to help tell the tale.

All slides plain black background font comic sans minimum 24 for contrast and easy to read at the back.

As many fun, creative and original practical’s built in to lessons as could be implemented.

All resources produced and stored for each lesson.

Practical instructions given along with prep room requests.

TEEP embedded, alongside philosophies from working with the Stimulating Physics program.

Check out my bundle offers where you can get amazing discounts on lessons and worksheets.

I have also listed my 2 x Exam prep lessons which can be adapted to any topic, along with 16 test prep activities which really get the students engaged. I want above all else for students to progress and achieve, so I have listed theses at a hugely discounted price of just$3.00 for 2 lessons and 16 activities, check them out in my shop.

I strongly believe in fun education, see for yourself and check out my blog over on www.marinebiologybook.com there is loads of science for kids and big kids too, along with a splurge of marine biology.

This resource will provide you with a great lesson and save you that precious commodity – time

Find out why our science department is in the top 10% in the UK, please download - Atoms - electrons and orbits free from my shop, enjoy.

This bundle is a very detailed and comprehensive study of the topic covering every aspect of circuits and electricity that is required for this unit. It is full of highly visual descriptions, fun quizzes, challenging activities, fun practical’s, demo’s and much more.

Lessons are as follows

Lesson 1 - Electrical circuits

Carbon 14 atom – sketch it!

Carbon 14 atom – description

Atoms and electricity – the key points

The copper atom – what’s so special

Circuit symbols x 14 – memorize them

Flow of current – which way do they flow and why

Series circuit – introduction to drawing

Parallel circuit – introduction to drawing

The symbols again – can you remember

3 circuits to draw from descriptions

Keyword and description peer challenge.

Lesson 2 - Current and voltage in a series circuit – practical investigation

Name that symbol

Please note: current

Please note: potential difference

Measuring current – build it and measure

Measuring voltage – build it and measure

What have you learnt?

Write your questions test your peers

Lesson 3 - Current and voltage in a parallel circuit – practical investigation

Name that symbol

Please note: current

Please note: potential difference

Parallel circuit described

Measuring current – build it and measure

Measuring voltage – build it and measure

What have you learnt?

Venn diagram – current and voltage in series and parallel circuits

Lesson 4 - Current, Charge and energy.

Electricity true of false quiz

Flow of charge in a wire

Energy and charge

Energy being transferred

Memorize those symbols – in your head

Charge current equation and triangle

Questions

Answers

Memorize those symbols – in your head – fast and fun

Energy charge equation

Questions

Answers

Draw the symbol to match the definition

Talk for a minute

Lesson 5 - Resistance and resistors

True or false quiz

Can guess the name of this lesson

Describe resistance from the images

Share your descriptions – keywords

Produce a table paragraph

Resistance definition

Why is it important

Cut through a plastic ruler demo – optional

The equation

Worksheet

Resistors in series

Questions and answers

Resistors in parallel

Worked question

Questions and answers

Tell an alien

Lesson 6 – 9- Resistance in – filament lamps, fixed resistor, thermistor, L.D.R and Diode,

a 3 – 4 lesson investigation

Lesson overview 6

True or false quiz

Introduction to the scientific method

The hypothesis

Experimental controls

Dependent variable

Independent Variable

Range and interval

Repeats and the Mean

What will you be testing

The equations

How can you do it?

Produce your plan

Lesson 7

True or false quiz

Re-visit our plan

Perform the experiment

Calculations

What’s wrong with this graph?

What makes the perfect graph?

Draw your own

Conclusion

Lesson 8 and 9

True or false quiz

Which will you be testing – Diode, thermistor, fixed resistor or L.D.R

How will you test your component?

Perform the experiment

Graph re-cap

Draw your own graph

The fixed resistor graph

The Diode graph

The Thermistor graph

The L.D.R graph.

Find out how these are used in everyday life.

Also included is the planning sheet to guide pupils through the experimental planning.

Lesson 10 - Transferring energy

True or false quiz

Friction description

Rub your hands and feel

Friction energy transfer

The space shuttle

The red hot wire

Electron collisions

Advantages

Disadvantages

Low resistance wire

The Energy equation

Worked examples

Worksheet questions and answers

A to Z

Lesson 11 - Electrical Power

True of false quiz

What is power?

Explanation and energy transfer

What’s happening to the light bulb?

Which appliance is the most expensive to run

Can you find the power – various appliances needed for small circus?

P = E ÷ t equation and triangle

Questions and answers

P = I x V equation and triangle

Questions and answers

P = I2 X R equation and triangle

Questions and answers

Worksheet more practice questions on the 3 equations

5 Keywords to make a paragraph

This lesson is supplied with Power Equation question worksheet, and the answer sheet.

Lesson 12 – Transferring electrical energy

True of false quiz

Can you name the energy transfers?

Energy transfer challenge

Two electrical fans problem

AC DC mains and battery

AC DC current movement

Direct current

Alternating current

The changing voltage and cycles

AC – UK and USA

Compare and contrast

Thank you for taking the time to view my premium resource. It is designed to provide you with a lesson in which pupil’s progress, the lessons follow a pathway; prepare for learning, lesson objectives, present new information, construct on that information, apply and demonstrate, review and consolidate.

Most of my premium resources follow the same format, which is:-

All power points to tell a story

Learning objectives clearly and uniquely visually linked, short, relevant and punchy, revised a minimum of 3 time a lesson.

Fun pictures all over to help tell the tale.

All slides plain black background font comic sans minimum 24 for contrast and easy to read at the back.

As many fun, creative and original practical’s built in to lessons as could be implemented.

All resources produced and stored for each lesson.

Practical instructions given along with prep room requests.

TEEP embedded, alongside philosophies from working with the Stimulating Physics program.

Check out my bundle offers where you can get amazing discounts on lessons and worksheets.

I have also listed my 2 x Exam prep lessons which can be adapted to any topic, along with 16 test prep activities which really get the students engaged. I want above all else for students to progress and achieve, so I have listed theses at a hugely discounted price of just$3.00 for 2 lessons and 16 activities, check them out in my shop.

I strongly believe in fun education, see for yourself and check out my blog over on www.marinebiologybook.com there is loads of science for kids and big kids too, along with a splurge of marine biology.

This resource will provide you with a great lesson and save you that precious commodity – time

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