# Brainworks

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#### IGCSE Sound and its properties - Waves

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Analyse the properties of sound Understand what causes sound Relate pitch and loudness to frequency and amplitude Compare the hearing ranges of humans and animals Material from Boardworks has been used.

#### IGCSE Heat loss practical investigation / Radiation - Energy

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Design an investigation to examine how the surface of a container affect the heat loss Identify the difference between heat and temperature Design an experiment to test the heat absorption and emission for different surfaces Evaluate your results and discuss real life applications

#### IGCSE Voltage in series and parallel circuits investigation - Electricity

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Investigate the voltage in series and parallel circuits Explain what voltage is and how it can be measured Model and explain parallel circuits Model and explain how series and parallel connections affect current

#### IGCSE Measuring acceleration of free fall practical - Forces and Motion - Movement and position

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Design an experiment to measure the acceleration of gravity Make measurements and calculations to find acceleration Compare your experimental results with the theoretical value Evaluate your results and suggest ways to improve them (Differentiated activity for LA/HA)

#### IGCSE Total Internal Reflection - Critical Angle - Fiber Optics - Waves

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Investigate total internal reflection of light By the end of the lesson you should be able to: Understand what critical angle is Compare the change of direction of light in terms of refraction and total internal reflection Apply your knowledge of fiber optics to real life examples

#### Static Electricity

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Describe electrostatics and the concept of charge Know that static electricity is a build up of charge on an insulator Describe how to create and discharge static electricity Review and develop uses of static electricity, dangers and safety measures

#### IGCSE Doppler Effect - Waves

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A presentation about the Doppler effect and its applications Understand how wavelength affects the frequency of a wave Explain what causes the Doppler effect Investigate the real life applications of the Doppler effect

#### IGCSE Resistance measurement investigation - Electricity

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Investigate resistance in circuits Discuss the effect of voltage and resistance to current Design an experiment and collect data to determine resistance Interpret experimental observations and data Evaluate methods and suggest possible improvements

#### IGCSE Electromagnetic Spectrum EM Dangers - Mobile phones - Waves

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Material to cover couple of lessons on the dangers of the EM spectrum - Debate on whether mobile phones are safe to use. Investigate aspects of different types of electromagnetic radiation Compare and contrast the transverse and longitudinal waves Demonstrate understanding of safety issues regarding the use of different waves of the EM spectrum Evaluate the role of EM waves in everyday life Please leave a review if you like these resources

#### IGCSE Scalar and Vectors - Forces and Motion - Movement and Position

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Define scalar and vector quantities and give examples. Distinguish between distance-displacement and use diagrams to calculate them. Use the relationship for speed and velocity in numerical problems

#### IGCSE Newton's First and Second Law - Forces and Motion

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Understand the First Newton’s Law Describe the force of friction and evaluate if it is a useful force or not Relate the balanced forces to moving and stationary objects Predict the effect of non-zero forces (unbalanced) on the motion of objects Understand Newton’s first and second laws of motion Relate the balanced forces to moving and stationary objects Predict the effect of non-zero forces (unbalanced) on the motion of objects Apply Newton’s Laws of motion into numerical problems Material from Pearson Education has been used

#### IGCSE Mass, Weight, Gravity - Forces and Motion

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Examine and apply the ideas of mass, weight and gravitational strength Distinguish between the mass and weight of an object Relate the concept of weight as the effect of a gravitational field on a mass and perform numerical calculations Apply your knowledge to design a device for exercising in space (zero gravity) (Differentiated tasks)

#### IGCSE Hooke's Law/Spring constant practical investigation - Forces and motion

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Investigate the spring constant of different springs Define Hooke’s law and perform numerical calculations Design an investigation to collect data and extract the spring constant from force-extension graphs Apply your knowledge about spring constants to real life applications

#### IGCSE Refraction of light investigation - Waves

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Investigate refraction of light Understand what causes the refraction of light Compare the refraction of light in different materials Apply your knowledge to real life examples Please leave a review if you like this resource.

#### IGCSE/GCSE Gravitational Potential Energy (GPE) and Kinetic Energy (KE) Past Paper Questions

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A set of past paper questions that cover the topic of Gravitational Potential and Kinetic Energy (GPE an KE). It includes the mark scheme the shows how the marks are given. It is an excellent resource to use for practice, revision and preparation for tests and exams.

#### IGCSE Electric Current in a Circuit - Series Circuit practical investigation - Electricity

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Material for couple of lessons to investigate the electric current in a circuit. Interpret and draw simple series circuits Measure current using ammeters Model and explain how common types of components (cells, wire), affect current

#### IGCSE Resistance, resistors, transducers - Electricity

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Calculate the resistance of two resistors in series and in parallel. Investigate factors affecting resistance. Describe the variation of resistance of light dependent resistor (LDR). Describe the variation of resistance of thermistors and light emitting diode (LED).

#### IGCSE Wave properties and description - Waves

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Discuss the properties of waves Understand what a wave is Distinguish between transverse and longitudinal wave Identify the wavelength, amplitude, frequency and period of waves Material from Pearson Education and Boardworks has been used. Please leave a review if you like this resource.