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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 - Practical skills - Uncertainty
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A level Physics - Practical skills - Uncertainty

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A lesson to introduce students to the idea of measurements and their uncertainty. This lesson follows a similar format to my other lessons Recall/starter questions Introduction of knowlegde Modelled example with answers Consolidation/practice questions - with answers
A level Physics - Y12 (30 review lessons) - Preview
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A level Physics - Y12 (30 review lessons) - Preview

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**This is a preview ** The purpose of the document is to help students organise your time to get the most out of revision sessions but it could also be taught as revision, tutoring or intervention sessions. It has been designed to be completed over 30 days with one lesson per day. The 30 lessons cover the topics (chapter 1 to 13 + 17 + practical skills) that will be be assessed in the end of Y1 assessment Each lesson contains A page of 10 quiz/definition questions with answers A page of exam practice question with answer
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 (9.1) Momentum and impulse (Force and momentum)
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A level Physics (9.1) Momentum and impulse (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 Calculate momentum. Describe the connection between Newton’s first and second laws of motion and momentum. Define the impulse of a force, and calculate it from a force versus time graph. 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 (9.2) Impact forces (Force and momentum)
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A level Physics (9.2) Impact forces (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 Describe what happens to the impact force (and why) if the duration of impact is reduced. Calculate the change in momentum for a moving object that stops or reverses. Describe what happens to the momentum of a ball when it bounces off a wall. 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 (4.5.6.1.5) Forces - Acceleration (AQA)
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GCSE Physics (4.5.6.1.5) Forces - Acceleration (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 level Physics (1.4) Particles and antiparticles (Matter and radiation)
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A level Physics (1.4) Particles and antiparticles (Matter and radiation)

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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 Define antimatter. Describe what happens when a particle and its antiparticle meet. Discuss whether anti-atoms are possible. 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 (1.5) Particle interactions (Matter and radiation)
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A level Physics (1.5) Particle interactions (Matter and radiation)

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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 Describe what is meant by an interaction. Name different types of interaction. Explain what makes charged particles attract or repel each other. Describe an exchange particle. 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.
A level Physics (25.4) Alternating current and power (Electromagnetic induction)
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A level Physics (25.4) Alternating current and power (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 Define an alternating current Explain what is meant by the rms value of an alternating current Calculate the power supplied by an alternating current 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 (25.3) The alternating current generator (Electromagnetic induction)
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A level Physics (25.3) The alternating current generator (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 State the two features of the output voltage waveform that change if the coil is turned faster Explain why the output alternates Explain why it is preferable for practical generators to have fixed coils and a rotating (electro)magnet 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 (1.3) Photons (Matter and radiation)
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A level Physics (1.3) Photons (Matter and radiation)

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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 Recall what is meant by a photon. Calculate the energy of a photon. Estimate how many photons a light source emits every second. 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 (1.2) Stable and unstable nuclei (Matter and radiation)
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A level Physics (1.2) Stable and unstable nuclei (Matter and radiation)

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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 State what keeps the protons and neutrons in a nucleus together. Explain why some nuclei are stable and others unstable. Describe what happens when an unstable nucleus emits an alpha particle or a beta minus particle. 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.