Calculating speed and pressure

Calculating speed and pressure

A teaching resource provided by Gareth Honor.

Resource Description

Engaging and motivating set of lessons that talk students through the process of calculating speed and pressure, commonly covered in KS3 Science but still required at GCSE level. Pupils are taught how to use the cover-up rule to use the equation for speed to work out those for distance and also for time. Engaging games and competitions then test the pupil's ability to calculate the speed, distance or time.

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Gareth Honor
Head of Science
I am currently the head of science at an outstanding school and I have been designing quality resources for the last two years for other teachers to use and enjoy

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