Below is a link to an excellent website for you to check your learning about weight and weightlessness. It is probably just above N5 standard, so read through it slowly and carefully and ask if there is material you don’t understand.
Please can you let me know which set of notes you would prefer to work from. I can copy one set (sometimes in two parts). Check the material off against the outcomes and let me know via a comment or email as to which ones you prefer. Obviously if you have a means of copying you can use more of these notes, or can read them electronically.
These are my notes. I’ve spent the day working on these but there is way more to do than I imagined. I need to sort them out, but stuff is beginning to come together.
Use the pdf file, printed from a powerpoint presentation to practice work for the D&S topic. Some space has been left so that you can record your answers on the sheets. They are saved 6 slides to a page
Dynamics and Space Revision ANSWERS Don’t peek at the answers until you’ve finished going through the questions and created your own answers.
Resources from other schools
I would like to thank all the schools who have produced notes that are reproduced here. Know that I am really grateful. I have a half finished set of my own notes, but don’t think I can get them suitably done in time. Be assured that at least you’ll have some excellent higher notes next year, and after those scores I am expecting a big Higher class 2017-2018!
The above two booklets count as one!
N4 N5 Unit 1 Summary Notes These are the same set of notes, one is in word, but for those that cannot read that the other is a pdf file, which you ought to be able to read.
The notes below would be combined into one booklet (the one at the end of this section)
The booklet below is an Intermediate 2 booklet and contains some material for other topics and some material is missing. It might be a good idea to get yourself a copy of this, if possible, especially if you are not a great lover of the heat section!
Here are some more notes produced for Intermediate 2. There are some good questions here, but it does not cover all of the topic we are about to complete.
I will add some cut-outs and single page resources as we go through the course. If you lose yours, you will have to print them off yourself or take a photo!
Space Junk! We’ve made a bit of a mess of our wonderful world!