# Remote lessons for key stage 5

Explore a range of free remotely-delivered lessons for students aged 16-19.

Taking part in these lessons is simple - children first watch and make notes on the video. Parents/carers can then download the worksheets and invite children to complete each of the activities provided, referring back to the video as they go.

• Amount of substance

• Learn how to calculate density, how to calculate concentration of a standard solution and use the ideal gas equation.

• Chi squared test

• Work through the process of the chi-squared test and look at when it would be most likely used and with what topics.

• DNA transcription

• A model explanation of transcription detailing how the genetic code is turned into a section of mRNA.

• DNA translation

• A model explanation of translation linking with lesson on transcription.

• Electronegativity and intermolecular forces

• Find out about intermolecular forces and the factors that influence them.

• Nuclear physics: decay and background radiation

• Explore exponential decay, half-life and background radiation

• Nuclear physics: energy decays

• Recap of radioactive decay from GCSE, how decays change the nucleus and which decay is most likely to occur.​

• Nuclear physics: fusion and fission

• Explore nuclear fusion, nuclear fission and the associated calculations and formulae.

• Photosynthesis: The Light Dependent Reaction

• A model explanation for the Light Dependent Reaction, including worksheets and related activities.

• Photosynthesis: The Light Independent Reaction and Calvin’s Lollipop experiment

• A model explanation for Calvin’s lollipop experiment with worksheet activity.

• Physics: Circular motion

• A recap of Newton's Laws of Motion to introduce the motion of a circle.

• Physics: Circular motion calculations

• A closer look at the equations related to circular motion.

• Physics: density and Hooke's Law

• Learn about the density of materials, Hooke’s Law, and the stress and strain graphs for different materials.

• Physics: orbital mechanics basics

• Take part in some activities, teaching the basics of solving orbit problems.

• Physics: projectile motion basics

• Take part in some activities, teaching the basics of solving two-dimensional problems.

• Physics: Standing waves

• Explore how standing waves are formed and the basics of nodes and antinodes.

• Physics: Young's modulus

• Learn about Young's modulus, building on earlier lessons on Hooke’s Law and stress and strain.

• Revision of key stage 4 atoms and elements

• A recap of Atomic structure, electron configuration and definitions of isotopes, ions, Mr and Ar​.

• Revision of key stage 4 bonding

• Everything you should know about bonding from GCSE to refresh your knowledge before moving onto KS5.

• Revision of key stage 4 calculations

• A recap of the calculations that come up in KS4 chemistry.​

• Revision of key stage 4 Periodic table

• A recap of the periodic table covered in KS4 chemistry.​