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If you’re looking for tried and tested physics resources, these will help get your course content across and make it interesting. Delivery and execution are down to your own personal style. My resources have all been tested on real classes and have been observed by respected colleagues, who are also excellent teachers. I work in one of the best (Outstanding) state schools in the UK. I retrained as a teacher in my 30s and have been teaching physics and some biology for twelve years.

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If you’re looking for tried and tested physics resources, these will help get your course content across and make it interesting. Delivery and execution are down to your own personal style. My resources have all been tested on real classes and have been observed by respected colleagues, who are also excellent teachers. I work in one of the best (Outstanding) state schools in the UK. I retrained as a teacher in my 30s and have been teaching physics and some biology for twelve years.
  L5 Genetic Engineering and Cloning
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L5 Genetic Engineering and Cloning

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Genes & Genetic Engineering GCSE / AS Lesson 5 Genetic Engineering, Recombinant DNA technology, Isolation of the gene, Copying the gene, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), Plasmids, Insertion of the gene into a vector, Cloning Frogs, Cloning Dolly (the sheep)
P3h The energy of games and theme rides
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P3h The energy of games and theme rides

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Year 10/11 GCSE (Higher) FORCES FOR TRANSPORT OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 15-16 (P3h) 1) …energy transfer between gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy. 2) …equation: Weight = mass x gravitational field strength 3) …equations: Potential Energy = m x g x h 4) …terminal velocity kinetic energy does not increase but potential energy works against friction.
P3g Falling safely
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P3g Falling safely

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Year 10/11 GCSE (Higher) FORCES FOR TRANSPORT OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 13-14 (P3g) 1) …Describe how objects falling though Earth’s atmosphere reach a terminal velocity. 2) …Explain, in terms of balanced forces, why objects reach a terminal velocity 3) …Recognise that acceleration in free-fall (g) is constant
P1 L09 Gas Pressure
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P1 L09 Gas Pressure

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L09 Gas Pressure Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P1 Matter (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 9 of 14 Objectives: Explain how the motion of particles in a gas relates to both temperature and pressure Recall that pressure produces a net force at right angles to any surface Explain how an increase in volume can lead to a decrease in pressure Explain how doing work on a gas can increase its temperature Lesson presentation for projector, Homework, Homework sheet and marking presentation, Video of Can Pop New Curriculum
P1 L07 Investigating Heat Capacity
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P1 L07 Investigating Heat Capacity

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L07 Investigating Heat Capacity Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P1 Matter (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 7 of 14 Objectives: Recall the equations for ‘specific heat capacity’ and ‘specific latent heat’ Investigate the specific heat capacity of water Measure the latent heat capacity of vaporisation and fusion for water Identify examples of SHC, LHCv and LHCf Lesson presentation for projector, Worksheet, Practical Measuring Specific Latent Heat of Fusion of Water, Practical Measuring Specific Latent Heat of Vaporisation of Water, Heat Capacity Quiz and Homework Mid Unit Test Revision Check List New Curriculum
How to plan an investigation.
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How to plan an investigation.

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Aimed at the NEW OCR Controlled Assessment but useful for all. A guide in planning an investigation using the old bouncing balls experiment to illustrate all the key points. An example piece of work is used throughout to illustrate each point and link to the marks scheme. Click the monkey on each slide for marking tips! Use with the students or just to prepare your own teaching.
P5e Satellite Communication
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P5e Satellite Communication

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Year 11 GCSE (Higher) SPACE FOR REFLECTION OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 9-10 (P5e) 1) Explain that microwaves are sent as a thin beam because they diffract very little due to their short wavelength 2) Describe how diffraction depends on the size of the gap of obstacle 3) Describe that long wavelength radios waves carry signals by amplitude modulation (AM)
E=MC2 Assembly
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E=MC2 Assembly

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Sooner or later we all end up doing assemblies. This presentation is designed as an assembly lasting 15–20 minutes. It takes you though the most famous equation in science, E=MC2, explaining its implications in our everyday lives. I recommend having the 0.6g of lead in a plastic vial and a litre of water to pour into a bucket. This could equally be used in a lesson on energy, mass, space, etc.
OCR Gateway Science Suite LIVING FOR THE FUTURE 33% OFF
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OCR Gateway Science Suite LIVING FOR THE FUTURE 33% OFF

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OCR Gateway Science Suite LIVING FOR THE FUTURE 33% OFF OCR Gateway Science Suite GCSE (Physics P2) 8 double lessons (100min) Lessons 1-2 (P2a) Collecting Energy from the Sun Lessons 3-4 (P2b) Generating Electricity Lessons 5-6 (P2c) Fuels for Power Lessons 7-8 (P2d) Nuclear Radiations Lessons 9-10 (P2e) Our Magnetic Field Lessons 11-12 (P2f) Exploring our Solar System Lessons 13-14 (P2g) Threats to Earth Lessons 15-16 (P2h) The Big Bang 8 Lesson Presentations, 5 Class Practicals, 2 Homework Tasks, 4 Hand outs. Curriculum
P3 L02 Current as Flow of Charge
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P3 L02 Current as Flow of Charge

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L02 Current as Flow of Charge Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P3 Electricity (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 2 of 7 Objectives: Recall that current is a rate of flow of charge Describe the conditions needed for a flow of charge Apply the relationship between quantity of charge, current and time Explain how a Van de Graaff generator works Lesson presentation for projector including virtual Van de Graaff, L02 Van de Graff generator worksheet, homework sheet, homework marking presentation. New Curriculum
P3f Crumple Zone
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P3f Crumple Zone

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Year 10/11 GCSE (Higher) FORCES FOR TRANSPORT OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 11-12 (P3f) 1) …active and passive safety features can make driving safer 2) …forces can be reduced when stopping a vehicle 3) …ideas of friction why ABS brakes reduce braking distance 4) …Evaluate the effectiveness of given safety features in terms of saving lives
  P3b Changing Speed
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P3b Changing Speed

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Year 10/11 GCSE OCR Gateway Science Suite FORCES FOR TRANSPORT Lessons 1-2 (P3b) Changing Speed Objectives 1) State and use the equation: acceleration = change in speed / time 2) Draw and interpret qualitatively simple speed time graphs 3) Describe how the gradient of a speed-time graph is a measure of acceleration 4) Explain acceleration could involve a change in speed or direction
P1 L11 Atmospheric and Fluid Pressure
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P1 L11 Atmospheric and Fluid Pressure

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L11 Atmospheric and Fluid Pressure Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P1 Matter (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 11 of 14 Objectives: Describe a simple model of the Earth’s atmosphere Explain why atmospheric pressure varies with height above the surface of the planet Use the pressure of a column of liquid equation to calculate pressure, height or density Recall the units of pressure, height and density Lesson presentation for projector, class experiments (Barometer), worksheets (Higher and Foundation) homework sheet, homework marking presentation. New Curriculum
  P3a Speed
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P3a Speed

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Year 10/11 GCSE (Higher) OCR Gateway Science Suite FORCES FOR TRANSPORT Lessons 1-2 (P3a) Objectives: Interpret the relationship between speed, distance and time. State and use the equation: speed = distance / time. Draw and interpret qualitatively simple distance time graphs. Calculate speed from the gradient of a straight line graph
P5a Satellites Gravity and Circular Motion
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P5a Satellites Gravity and Circular Motion

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Satellites, Gravity and Circular Motion Year 11 GCSE (Higher) OCR Gateway Science Suite SPACE FOR REFLECTION Lessons 1-2 (P5a) 1) ...of gravitational force with distance 2) ...in speed of planets and periodic comets 3) ...artificial satellites in lower orbits travel faster because the gravitational force is stronger 4) ...orbit times of low polar and geostationary satellites
  L2 DNA Replication
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L2 DNA Replication

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Genes & Genetic Engineering GCSE / AS Lesson 2 DNA replication, Isolation of DNA from onions, DNA Replication is Semi-conservative, Meselson and Stahl’s experiment 3D paper and card DNA model
P1c How Insulation Works
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P1c How Insulation Works

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Year 10 GCSE (Higher) ENERGY FOR THE HOME OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 5-6 (P1c) 1) Describe how energy is transferred by: Conduction, Convection, Radiation 2) Explain, in terms of domestic situations, how energy transfer can be reduced by: Conduction, Convection, Radiation 3) Explain how trapped air in foam prevents energy loss by convection.
Projectile Motion of a Tennis Ball
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Projectile Motion of a Tennis Ball

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This is a PowerPoint and worksheet that enables students to use SUVAT equations to calculate the maximum height and speed of a tennis ball when they throw it to a friend. It was created for OCR Gateway P5c Space for Reflection. Curriculum
L01 Types of Energy ENERGY AND MATTER SAMPLE VIDEO
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L01 Types of Energy ENERGY AND MATTER SAMPLE VIDEO

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SAMPLE VIDEO FREE Note: This video is of poor quality. Click the link below to download the whole lesson. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/l01-types-of-energy-energy-and-matter-11159632 L01 Types of Energy Physics Key Stage 3 ENERGY AND MATTER Lesson 1 of 18 Objectives: Recall the eight types of energy Identify different types of energy in various examples Describe the energy changes in different situations Activities: Eight Forms of Energy, Match the type of energy with its description, Energy Transfer, Energy Transfer Questions, Energy Quiz Eight Forms of Energy worksheet
L3 Protein synthesis Transcription & Translation
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L3 Protein synthesis Transcription & Translation

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Genes & Genetic Engineering GCSE / AS Lesson 3 Protein synthesis, Synthesis of amino acids, Transcription, Amino acid activation, Translation, The Genetic Code, Abbreviations for amino acids Gabbie27 Sorry. I think looking at this again after a good few years I agree it is not worth £3! I've reduced the price of all my AS Genetics work it was done many years ago and in places it show. I have a Genetic Degree but have taught exclusively Physics for some years now so this stuff hasn't been undated. Still a solid start point though even if the animations are a little dated. Curriculum