-Year 09-

Definitions-and-laws-Form 3

Syllabus:

Syllabus – Form 3

Interactive Animations:

Reading scales

Density

Distance and displacement

Moments

Hooke’s Law

Hooke’s Law

Pressure in gases

Energy changes

Energy changes

Energy Skate Park: Basics

Energy changes

Power stations

Geothermal power station

Biomass power plant

Seasons

The Solar system

Thermal conduction

Conduction, Convection and Radiation

Conduction, Convection and Radiation

Videos:

Friction: Mythbusters episode

Centre of gravity

Hydraulic machines 

Hydraulic car crusher

Exploring the solar system

Energy changes in roller skating

Solar roadways

Size of the Universe

The Scale of the Universe

What causes seasons?

Quizzes:

Density and Forces revision quiz

Pressure Revision quiz

Half yearly papers:

Half-yearly Track 2 (2018)

Half-yearly Track 3 (2018)

Half-yearly Track 2 (2017)

Half-yearly Track 3 (2017)

Half yearly Track 2 (2016)

Half yearly Track 3 (2016)

Half yearly Track 2 (2015)

Half yearly Track 3 (2015)

Half yearly Track 2 (2014)

Half yearly Track 3 (2014)

Half yearly Track 2 (2013)

Half yearly Track 3 (2013)

Half yearly Track 2  (2012)

Half yearly Track 3 (2012)

Half yearly Track 3  (2011)

Annual papers:

Annual Track 2 (2017)

Annual Track 3 (2017)

Annual Track 2 (2016)

Annual Track 3 (2016)

Annual Track 2 (2015)

Annual Track 3 (2015)

Annual Track 2 (2014)

Annual Track 3 (2014)

Annual Track 2 (2013)

Annual Track 3 (2013)

Annual Track 2 (2012)

Annual Track 3 (2012)

Annual Track 2  (2011)

Annual Track 3  (2011)

Annual Track 2 (2010)

Annual Track 3 (2010)

Experiments:

Experiment- Density of solids

Experiment – Density of a liquid

Experiment -Law of moments

Experiment – Hooke’s law

Experiment – Pressure on one foot

Experiment – Pressure vs volume

Experiment – Personal power

Experiment – Percentage energy ‘loss’ of a bouncing ball

Experiment – Energy changes during a collision

Specific heat capacity of a solid

Specific heat capacity of a liquid

Experiment – Emitters of heat

Investigation:

Density investigation

 

Energy 2 extra questions

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