Learning Grids for A Level AQA Physics

A brilliant idea designed to support weaker students. Students read their textbook/notes and then work through the grids of questions covering all spec points in order. Perfect for testing theory AND calculations!

The answers are comprehensive which will be very helpful for pushing lower level/boundary learners up to the next grade.

L Jordison, Physics Lecturer & Peer Reviewer

Progressive structure encourages students to work through a topic logically, helping them grasp the basics before tackling the applied questions.

Includes key skills for practicals and maths

Leads to active learning, identification of knowledge gaps and the structuring of information.

  • An easy-to-set, yet valuable homework, revision task or cover lesson
  • Students work individually – you can focus where the help is needed
  • Result! Revision notes – with full spec coverage!

Cross-referenced to approved textbooks (Oxford, Pearson)

What do teachers say about this resource? (8584)

The resource is very good and very useful for A level students, especially in their first year of A level Physics study. A very good range questions at a variety of levels have been included and questions and which covers the required AQA specification in Physics in section 3.5 and can be used for all examination boards which assess similar topics of electricity. Good testing of the subject of electricity which tests graphical and experimental ideas.

Good method of giving detailed answers for each question which is very helpful for students and teachers.

Presentation of the resource is very good with suitable images in certain questions including circuit diagrams.

It matches the AQA A Level Physics specification very closely for Section 3.5 on Electricity

An excellent and very useful resource for electricity teaching.

K Lewis, Teacher in an F.E college & Peer Reviewer

What do teachers say about this resource? (8076)

These learning grids are great for helping students with revision, especially of a larger topic such as the nuclear physics. The answers are comprehensive which will be very helpful for pushing lower level/boundary learners up to the next grade.
This is a good resource for revision and consolidation of a topic. I think students will enjoy the challenge of completing the boxes and they can see direct mapping to the specification points.

L Jordison, Physics Lecturer & Peer Reviewer