Science - In the spotlight

31st August 2012 at 01:00

All about physics

TES content partner schoolphysics has shared more than 1,000 guides to help novice scientists become physics experts.

What's included?

With historical context and large diagrams, the guides help pupils to understand key concepts such as astronomical distance, artificial satellites and pinhole cameras. Each guide includes a brief historical introduction to the topic and lots of large diagrams to help pupils visualise key concepts.

Why are they useful?

If physics is not your specialism these can be a useful starting point for lesson planning. Alternatively, upload them to your virtual learning environment for pupils to use for revision or extension work.

Who is it for?

Pupils in key stages 3 and 4.

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