# 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 Measuring speed practical - Forces and Motion - Movement and Position

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Design an experiment to measure speed. Make measurements to calculate speed Evaluate your results and suggest ways to improve them Apply your knowledge to explain how speed cameras work (Differentiated LA/HA)

#### IGCSE Type of forces - Free body diagrams - Forces and motion

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Analyse free-body force diagrams Identify the type of forces Draw and interpret free-body force diagrams Calculate the resultant force

#### 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 Reflection of Light - Law of reflection - mirror image - periscope - Waves

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Investigate the law of reflection of light Use the relationship between the angle of incident and the angle of reflection Discuss the formation and characteristics of an optical image seen in a plane mirror Design a periscope Material from Boardworks has been used. Please leave a review if you like this resource.

#### 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

#### A Level - Equations of Motion - SUVAT

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Learning Outcomes: Use motion graphs to extract the equation of motion Define distance, displacement, speed, velocity and acceleration Use graphical methods to represent displacement, speed, velocity and acceleration Derive the equations of motion

#### IGCSE Wave speed - Waves

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Calculate the speed of the waves Recall the equation for calculating speed Use the wave speed equation to calculate the speed of waves Investigate the sonar technique and its applications

#### 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.

#### 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 Extension of springs practical investigation - Forces and motion

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Investigate the extension of a spring when adding weights Compare the deformation of different materials Design an experiment to investigate the extension of a spring Analyze and evaluate the results of the investigation to draw conclusions about different springs (Differentiated tasks 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

#### 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 Standard Unit Prefixes - Forces and Motion

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IGCSE introduction to units, unit prefixes, conversion of units and extract of units of physical quantities from equations

#### IGCSE Distance Time graphs - Forces and Motion - Movement and Position

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Recall and use the equation relating distance, speed and time. Represent distance-time graphs of different motions. Construct and interpret distance-time graphs. Extract information from the gradient of the graphs.

#### IGCSE Acceleration - Forces and Motion - Movement and Position

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Understand what acceleration is. Distinguish between acceleration and deceleration. Extract the formula and apply it in numerical calculations.

#### IGCSE Speed/Velocity Time graphs - Forces and Motion - Movement and Position

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Material for a few lessons to cover speed/velocity-time graphs. Used these for my observation - received very good feedback. Understand the difference between speed and velocity Recall and apply the equation for acceleration Explain/Predict how the speed time graphs look like Construct and interpret speed time graphs Illustrate speed-time graphs of different motions Explain what the area under velocity-time graph represents Calculate the gradient of velocity-time graphs Calculate acceleration and displacement using velocity-time graphs Convert the description of a journey to velocity-time graph

#### 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 Momentum - Forces and Motion

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Understand what momentum is Describe the factors that affect the momentum of an object Calculate the momentum of moving objects Material from Pearson Education has been used

#### 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.