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Last updated 28 April 2013, created 15 March 2011, viewed 2,052
Here is a PowerPoint and two worksheets that I made for my GCSE Double Award class. During this lesson they were investigating the difference in potential difference in series and parallel circuits. At the start there is a starter in the form of a game of taboo and at the end there are some question More…s that I got the pupils to answer using mini white boards. I found that the worksheets provided the structure that some of my pupils need and so I hope that this can be of help to someone else.
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Fantastic! thank you so much, my Sunday is saved!
Thank you so much for sharing! Brilliant Lesson. Saved me so much time in creating it myself! Again, love the starter! Keep up the good work!
Outstanding! This has to be the definitive practical exercise for series vs. parallel, and I'm glad I found it here before having to create it! I really like the Taboo starter - a good opportunity to accidentally-on-purpose target those who didn't pay full attention last time... Well done, and thanks.
This excellent resource has been selected to feature in the Science newsletter on 19/04/12, please continue to upload such fantastic content. TES and teachers all across the world appreciate the fantastic work that you contribute.
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