These diagnostic questions and response activities (contained in the zip file) support students in being able to:
Describe how forces always arise in pairs
Label force arrows to describe the action of the force
Represent the size and direction of a force with an appropriate force arrow.
Name the types of forces acting in everyday situations.
Correctly position a force arrow to show how a particular force acts.
The resources include details of common misconceptions and a summary of the research upon which the resources are based.
Download the zip file for all the questions and activities.
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|Subject(s)||Science, Physics, Practical work|
|Published||2010 to date|
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