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Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

This source contains; 1. Motion in One Dimension - Freely Falling Objects - PPT This resource contains 24 slides; - Freely Falling Objects; (Release, fall, drop, thrown or jumping directly downwards & upwards questions) (Answer key) - Free Fall Problems solving strategies, - Physics around us... - Review, - HW. 2. Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion - PPT This resource contains 16 slides; - PROJECTILE; (Questions AND Answer key) - Physics around us... - Review, 3. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Teachers Note This document has 4 pages New Teachers can use this document as a lesson plan. 4. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Question Bank This Source contains 2 pages, (30 questions) Questions are about; - Motion in One Dimension - Free Falling Objects - Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. To attract attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
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Mechanics revision pack

Mechanics revision pack

Revision pack for mechanics aspect of physics includes the topics: Circular motion, kinematics, conservation of energy, Kinetic Energy and Gravitational Potential energy, Newton's law of gravitation.
richwrigley
Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion

Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion

This resource includes 16 slides; - PROJECTILE; (Questions AND Answer key) - Physics around us... - Review, Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. To attract attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
Rearranging Formula Dynamics Whiteboard Software for Mechanics A-Level AS

Rearranging Formula Dynamics Whiteboard Software for Mechanics A-Level AS

Resizes to fit your full computer screen. New generates a new question. Select any of the formula variations, v = u + at, S = ut + ½at², S = ½t(u + v), E = ½m(v² - u²), or J = m(v - u) Click the answer boxes to reveal the answer. Students can revise at home on their own computer. $5 for the life of your computer/laptop. Runs using Microsoft Excel. 32-bit or 64-bit Download the free who wants to be a Millionaire game, to see that everything works for you. The game is very hard to win. Go to http://www.mathsuperstore.com/rfdynamics/
jamiemcm
Introduction to Projectiles

Introduction to Projectiles

This lesson is an introduction to projectiles. It is assumed that students are already familiar with the standard formulae used in kinematics when a body moves in one direction. I always start this lesson by throwing the board pen horizontally and students witness that it moves in two directions. We discuss the acceleration acting on the body and hence the first example is on this basis. I follow that up with some more worked examples before giving them a standard diagram for projectiles.
sjcooper
Equations of Motion / SUVAT A3 Poster (A Level Mathematics, Mechanics, M1)

Equations of Motion / SUVAT A3 Poster (A Level Mathematics, Mechanics, M1)

I wanted to redecorate my room, so I made a bunch of posters. :D This is intended for WJEC M1 but Equations of Motion come up in every exam board. I made it for A3 but it could be downscaled for A4. The 'crushing / stretching' angle is something we use with our students to help them remember which formula to use for each component. The publisher file is attached if you want to change any parts of it. This is a free resource with a CC Share Alike license - if you do change any parts, I'd prefer you to make it publicly available under the same terms. Hope you find it useful. I will be uploading other A Level posters :) Jonathan Clark
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