Tag Archives: speed

P1 Motion

Calculating Speed a 2m video from The Virtual School:

Science Bank 13 (Force & Motion): part 1 – constant speed (to 5m 25s) & part 2 – acceleration (to 9m 45s):

The Naked Scientist presents Distance-Time Graphs in 4m 29s & Graphs of Motion in 3m 30s and GCSE Bitesize revises  distance/time & velocity/time graphs in Forces & Motion (4m 42s).

Science in Action – Motion – an 18m 50s video.

Short video clips from Clipbank – Calculating Speed, Calculating Acceleration, Stopping Distances & Terminal Velocity.

GCSE Bitesize revises Forces & Motion – part 3 covers Distance, Speed & Acceleration & part 4, Forces & Motion.

Scientific Eye – Speed & Safety – a 19m 10s video.

C7 Syllabus Statements

 Here are some key terms for this topic: Key Terms C7

GCSE Bitesize has revision pages (that take you through the topic), a test and an activity – click on Rates of Reaction.  GCSE s-cool – Rates of Reaction – revision notes & animations, practise exam questions and a revision summary.Skoool Chemistry – click on ‘6. Rates of Reaction’ for excellent lessons that take you through the topic; also a glossary of key terms.

Chemactive worksheets and answers just click on ‘Rates questions’.

For Doc Brown’s Chemistry quizzes, word-fills, crosswords and study notes go here and just scroll down.

Great resources from the Australian International School – videos, powerpoints, worksheets, practicals, animations, flashcards etc.

This is a great power-point that also revises C6 Energy changes in chemical reactions:

C7.1 Speed of Reaction

Science Bank (Reactions & Energy Changes): part 2 Reaction Rates (from 4m 40s) & part 3 Catalysts (from 9m 20s):

Five minutes on how to speed up chemical reactions (and get a date) from TED-Ed.

GCSE Bitesize – two videos – Rates of Reaction (3m 18s) or Rates of Reactions (4m 40s) & Bitesize Top 20 Science Demos – Rates of Reaction (5m 51s).


Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE, chapter 10, pp.130 – 140


Infographic courtesy of the fabulous Compound Interest blog – just click on it to enlarge.