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Studying physics unlocks the rules of the universe. Through many years of teaching, I have carefully designed a set of lessons to guide students to unlock and master this knowledge. Each lesson contains recall questions, an explanation of key concepts in a logical order, modelled examples to help guide students through answering questions, and practice questions for them to apply the knowledge themselves. All lessons are complete, fully animated, and contain fully worked answers.

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Studying physics unlocks the rules of the universe. Through many years of teaching, I have carefully designed a set of lessons to guide students to unlock and master this knowledge. Each lesson contains recall questions, an explanation of key concepts in a logical order, modelled examples to help guide students through answering questions, and practice questions for them to apply the knowledge themselves. All lessons are complete, fully animated, and contain fully worked answers.
A level Physics (2.2) Particle sorting (Particles physics quarks and leptons)
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A level Physics (2.2) Particle sorting (Particles physics quarks and leptons)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook written by jim Briethaupt. The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Identify different classifications of particles. Recognise hadrons. Recognise leptons. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
GCSE Physics (4.5.3) Forces - Forces and elasticity (AQA)
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GCSE Physics (4.5.3) Forces - Forces and elasticity (AQA)

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This lesson follows the AQA GCSE Physics specification (post 2016) It contains a complete lesson designed to last around 1 hour, it includes: A recall starter activity and answers An explanation of the key concepts Examples for modelling practice questions with answers A template worksheet for the Hook’e law required practical
(GCSE BUNDLE 4.2) Physics - Electricity
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(GCSE BUNDLE 4.2) Physics - Electricity

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This bundle contains 8 lessons This lesson follows the AQA GCSE Physics specification (post 2016) It contains a complete lesson designed to last around 1 hour, it includes: A recall starter activity and answers An explanation of the key concepts Examples for modelling practice questions with answers
(GCSE BUNDLE 4.4 ) Physics - Atomic structure
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(GCSE BUNDLE 4.4 ) Physics - Atomic structure

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This bundle contains 10 lessons This lesson follows the AQA GCSE Physics specification (post 2016) It contains a complete lesson designed to last around 1 hour, it includes: A recall starter activity and answers An explanation of the key concepts Examples for modelling practice questions with answers
A level Physics (22.2) Electric Field Strength (Electric fields)
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A level Physics (22.2) Electric Field Strength (Electric fields)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Describe how to measure, in principle, the strength of an electric field Discuss whether electric field strength E is a scalar or a vector, and describe how this affects the sign of a test charge that you should use Describe why E should be described as the force per unit charge instead of the force that acts on one coulomb of charge The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (22.3) Electric Potential (Electric fields)
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A level Physics (22.3) Electric Potential (Electric fields)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain why potential is defined in terms of the work done per unit (positive) charge Calculate the electric potential difference between two points Describe how to find the change in electric potential energy from potential difference Explain why potential (and potential difference) is measured in volts The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (22.4) Coulomb's law (Electric fields)
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A level Physics (22.4) Coulomb's law (Electric fields)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Describe how the force between two point charges depends on distance Calculate the force between two charged objects Explain what the sign of the force (positive or negative) indicates The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (22.1) Field patterns (Electric fields)
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A level Physics (22.1) Field patterns (Electric fields)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain how to charge a metal object Describe what the direction of an electric field line shows concerning a test charge Illustrate the strength of an electric field using field lines The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (9.3) Conservation of momentum (Force and momentum)
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A level Physics (9.3) Conservation of momentum (Force and momentum)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook written by jim Briethaupt. The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Consider whether momentum is ever lost in a collision. Define the principle of conservation of momentum. State the condition that must be satisfied if the momentum of a system is conserved. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (22.5) Point charges (Electric fields)
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A level Physics (22.5) Point charges (Electric fields)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives State the equation that gives the electric field strength near a point charge State the equation that gives the potential associated with a point charge Explain why E is equal to zero inside a charged sphere The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
(Chapter 23 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Fields - Capacitors
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(Chapter 23 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Fields - Capacitors

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This bundle contains 4 lessons and an end of chapter assessment Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lessons are complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. They are fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (23.2) Energy stored in a charged capacitor (Capacitors)
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A level Physics (23.2) Energy stored in a charged capacitor (Capacitors)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain why a capacitor stores energy as it is being charged Describe the form of energy that is stored by a capacitor Describe what happens to the amount of energy stored if the charge stored is doubled The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (23.4) Dielectrics (Capacitors)
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A level Physics (23.4) Dielectrics (Capacitors)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain how a dielectric affects a capacitor Define relative permittivity and dielectric constant Describe the action of a simple polar molecule rotating in an electric field The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (23.3) Charging and discharging a capacitor through a fixed resistor (Capacitors)
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A level Physics (23.3) Charging and discharging a capacitor through a fixed resistor (Capacitors)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Describe and interpret the shape of the Q against t charging curves and the shape of the Q against t discharging curves Explain which circuit components you would change to make the charge/discharge slower Define the time constant of a capacitor-resistor circuit The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (25.5) Transformers (Electromagnetic induction)
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A level Physics (25.5) Transformers (Electromagnetic induction)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook written by jim Briethaupt The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain the purpose of transformers Describe the energy changes that take place in a transformer Discuss how the efficiency of transformers is improved by better design The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.