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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.
  P4e Treatment
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P4e Treatment

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Year 11 GCSE (Higher) RADIATION FOR LIFE OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 9-10 (P4e) 1) …X-rays and gamma rays have similar wavelengths but are produced in different ways 2) …X-rays and gamma rays are produced 3) …radioactive sources are used in medicine, to treat cancer and as tracers
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
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.
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
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)
P3e Energy on the move FREE SAMPLE LESSON
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P3e Energy on the move FREE SAMPLE LESSON

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This is a FREE SAMPLE LESSON to show the quality of my work. Please take it, use it and enjoy it! I've uploaded the entire of the GCSE OCR Physics lessons P1-P6. P1 Energy for the home P2 Living for the future P3 Forces for transport P4 Radiation for life P5 Space for reflection P6 Electricity for gadgets Many of these have some very fun and simple practicals, linked homework sheets including marking PowerPoints and all are animated and have lots of pupil appeal. They contain a lot of my life with as many photos as possible taken of me and my family. The photo on the roller-coast is of me and my wife to be, our wedding photo is in digital images, the ultra sound scan is my eldest draught and the various animals are ours. This lesson is typical of my work but by no means my best! Please take a look at my other resources. Curriculum
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
P5g Refraction of Waves
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P5g Refraction of Waves

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Year 11 GCSE (Higher) SPACE FOR REFLECTION OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 13-14 (P5g) 1) Calculate refractive index using the equation: n = c / v 2) Use and manipulate Snell’s law in terms of angles of incidence and refraction: n = sin i / sin r 3) Calculate the critical angle from the refractive index using the equation: sin c = nr / ni
P1 L13 Floating and Sinking
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P1 L13 Floating and Sinking

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L13 Floating and Sinking Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P1 Matter (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 13 of 14 Objectives: Describe the factors which influence floating and sinking Investigate how changing volume and density affects floating and sinking Apply knowledge of density in the design of boats that float Lesson presentation for projector, Making Plasticine Boats Worksheet, Float or Sink Worksheet, End of Unit Test Revision Check List Homework, Certificate of Excellence in Physics New Curriculum
P3 L06 Complex Circuits
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P3 L06 Complex Circuits

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L06 Complex Circuits Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P3 Electricity (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 6 of 7 Objectives: Explain that if two resistors are in series the net resistance increases Explain that if two resistors are in parallel the net resistance decreases Explain the design and use of sensing circuits for measurement and testing purposes Lesson presentation for projector, Ohm's Law Practical Worksheet, End of Unit Test Revision Check List Homework. New Curriculum
L02 Energy Transfer ENERGY AND MATTER
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L02 Energy Transfer ENERGY AND MATTER

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L02 Energy Transfer Physics Key Stage 3 ENERGY AND MATTER Lesson 2 of 18 Objectives: Recognise types of stored energy and the processes by which it is released Describe energy changes within a system Use and rearrange the equation Energy Transferred = Force x Distance Activities: Energy Can Be Stored Inside Material, Energy is Transferred when a Force Moves an Object, Energy Transfer Equation, Energy Transfers in Plane Flight Energy Transfer Worksheet Energy Transfer Homework including marking presentation New Curriculum NB This is the second lesson of 18, the rest to follow over the coming weeks, including full SoW, homeworks, practicals and worksheets.
  Greenhouse Effect Demo
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Greenhouse Effect Demo

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Greenhouse effect and global warming. OCR Gateway Module P2: Living for the Future P2c Global warming.Simple practical you can use to demo the effects of different greenhouse gases. Complete with work sheet, sample data, graph and questions. Helps fill the gap in the new OCR Gateway scheme.
P3 L01 Static Electricity
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P3 L01 Static Electricity

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L01 Static Electricity Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P3 Electricity (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 1 of 7 Objectives: Describe charge as a property of all matter Understand how static charge can be produced by rubbing two different insulators together Explain the forces of attraction and repulsion Use the transfer of electrons to explain the phenomena of static electricity Relate the concept of electric field to the forces of attraction and repulsion Lesson presentation for projector, homework sheet, homework marking presentation. New Curriculum
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.
P5c Projectile Motion
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P5c Projectile Motion

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Year 11 GCSE (Higher) SPACE FOR REFLECTION OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 5-6 (P5c) 1) … horizontal and vertical velocities are vectors 2) … resultant velocity of a projectile is the vector sum of the horizontal and vertical velocity 3) … horizontal projectile there is no acceleration horizontally 4) Use equations of motion for an object …
Impact craters
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Impact craters

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A 50-minute introduction to impact craters/coursework. Lesson observation triple Outstanding (foundation Year 8). Use as introduction to controlled assessment with any ability group or as standalone lesson. Print workbook on A3 and use with PowerPoint. Print crater measurers on transparencies. Research, hypothesis, method, diagram, results, graph, conclusion, interpreting trends and evaluation.
P1b Keeping Homes Warm
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P1b Keeping Homes Warm

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Year 10 GCSE (Higher) ENERGY FOR THE HOME OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 3-4 (P1b) 1) Interpret data and calculate cost savings of different energy-saving strategies. 2) Explain in the context of the home: Conduction, Convection, Radiation, (absorption and emission) 3) State and use the equation for energy efficiency.
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
L05 Radiation and Insulation ENERGY AND MATTER
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L05 Radiation and Insulation ENERGY AND MATTER

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L05 Radiation and Insulation Physics Key Stage 3 ENERGY AND MATTER Lesson 5 of 18 Objectives: Describe how all objects radiate heat Explain how infrared radiation transmits heat without involving particles Recognise situations in which insulation reduces the rate of heat transfer Activities: Thermograph uses guessing game All required theory of radiation and insulation Radiation and insulation Worksheet including Thermograph colouring and cooling and heating curve graph L05 Conduction, Radiation and Insulation Homework and marking presentation New Curriculum NB This is the fifth lesson of 18, the rest to follow over the coming weeks, including full SoW, homeworks, practicals and worksheets.
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