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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.
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.
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
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
P1 L05 Specific Heat Capacity
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P1 L05 Specific Heat Capacity

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L05 Specific Heat Capacity Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P1 Matter (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 5 of 14 Objectives: Define the term ‘specific heat capacity’ Apply the relationship between change in internal energy, mass, SHC and temperature change Use the SHC equation to calculate energy change, mass, SHC or temperature change Lesson presentation for projector, Worksheet, Homework sheet and marking presentation New Curriculum
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.
Work and Power
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Work and Power

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Recognise that when work is done a force moves an object State and use the equation: work done = force x distance State and use the equation: power = work done / time Includes the power to climb the stairs practical.
P1 L04 Heat and Temperature
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P1 L04 Heat and Temperature

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L04 Heat and Temperature Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P1 Matter (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 4 of 14 Objectives: Describe how heating a system will change the energy stored within it Recognise that heat and temperature are not a measure of the same thing Recall temperature is measured in degrees Celsius or Kelvin Recall heat is thermal energy measured in joules Lesson presentation for projector including links to video clips, Worksheet and practical, Homework sheet and marking presentation New Curriculum
P1 L10 Gas Pressure and Volume
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P1 L10 Gas Pressure and Volume

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L10 Gas Pressure Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) P1 Matter (2016) Key Stage 4 Lesson 10 of 14 Objectives: For gases apply pressure x volume = constant Use practical methods to explore the relationships between gas pressure and volume Use graphical techniques to display experimental data Lesson presentation for projector, two class experiments (Compression of Gas and Water Rockets) including class presentation, worksheets and Spreadsheets to display graphs results instantly. New Curriculum
P3 Electricity 2016 OCR Physics A 2016 Bundle (Lesson 1 - 6) ENTIRE UNIT
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P3 Electricity 2016 OCR Physics A 2016 Bundle (Lesson 1 - 6) ENTIRE UNIT

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P3 Electricity (2016) Physics A (OCR Gateway Science) Key Stage 4 Lessons 1 to 6 30% OFF ENTIRE UNIT. Includes: 6 complete lessons, 6 full lesson PowerPoint Presentations, 9 demos and practicals, 3 worksheets, 5 Homework Sheets, 5 Homework marking presentations, 1 End of unit check list. All you need to teach this new unit, designed to be taught from with everything you need. Simple but attractive presentation and interactive features including links to relevant videos. Who needs a text books? New Curriculum (Please note the tests are not included due to copyright issues)
GCSE Physics Revision Quizzes
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GCSE Physics Revision Quizzes

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Revision quiz produced by the student. Simple starter, use as inspiration and extend the quiz. Why not let them do the work! Forces for Transport P3 Radiation for Life P4
Science Quiz I
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Science Quiz I

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Science Quiz 1 End of term is coming. This quiz comprises eight rounds of ten questions. Fully menu driven so you can do it in any order, the whole thing or just a couple of rounds. The slides in each round are timed so you can start it and leave it, with the ability to go back, mark after each round or at the end. Includes two sound rounds which students love. Challenging from year 7’s to staff!
  Snooker / Horror Graphs
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Snooker / Horror Graphs

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Snooker/Horror Graphs: fully differentiated lesson; 6 levels of worksheets, results tables and graphs; automated quiz at the start selects worksheet level for each student with hand-drawn tables and graphs to complete. They use their graphs to mark Mr Ferguson's effort. Assessment, differentiation and progress in spades! Done for a lesson observation, triple outstanding with bottom set Year 10s
Energy in Stopping
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Energy in Stopping

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Energy in stopping. KE = 1/2 x m x v2 and wd = f x d A simple but fun class practical with detailed instruction and integrated theory, presented with fun animations. Worksheet for all aspects including critical evaluation of methods. OCR GATEWAY Forces for Transport P3f Crumple Zones
P6c Motoring
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P6c Motoring

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Year 11 GCSE (Higher) ELECTRICITY FOR GADGETS OCR Gateway Science Suite Lessons 5-6 (P6c) 1) …Fleming’s Left Hand Rule is used to predict the direction of the force on a current carrying wire 2) …coil in a DC electric motor is maintained in terms of the charge of current direction every half-turn 3) …split-ring commutator in a simple DC electric motor
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.
OCR Gateway Science Suite ELECTRICITY FOR GADGETS 25% OFF
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OCR Gateway Science Suite ELECTRICITY FOR GADGETS 25% OFF

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OCR Gateway Science Suite ELECTRICITY FOR GADGETS 25% OFF OCR Gateway Science Suite GCSE (Physics P6) 8 double lessons (100min) Lessons 1-2 (P6a) Resisting Lessons 3-4 (P6b) Sharing Lessons 5-6 (P6c) Motoring Lessons 7-8 (P6d) Generating Lessons 9-10 (P6e) Transforming Lessons 11-12 (P6f) Charging Lessons 13-14 Charging Diodes & Capacitors Lessons 15-16 Electrical Cables 8 Lesson Presentations, 2 Class Practicals, 2 Workbooks, 1 Card Game. Curriculum
Extinction (Hybridisation of Wildcats)
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Extinction (Hybridisation of Wildcats)

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Extinction (Hybridisation of Wildcats) Biology Key Stage 3 GENETICS AND EVOLUTION Objectives Outline the process of extinction Give examples of endangered and extinct species Explain different causes of extinction Analyse the traits of different cats to estimate their genetic composition Consider the limitations of this phenotypic data Organisms are adapted to survive and compete in their environment. If the environment changes they can struggle to survive and reproduce If this happens to a whole species it can go extinct Causes of Extinction: catastrophic events, habitat change, over exploitation, alien invasion, disease, hybridisation Use a series of questions to evaluate photos of cats and identify wildcats. Complete the table for each of the four cats using the trait descriptors. Total the scores and decide which cats are wildcats, hybrids or domestic cats. Links to BBC Winterwatch 2016. Where have the Neanderthals gone?
Energy on the move FREE SAMPLE LESSON
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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! Many of my resources 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.
Forces and Motion
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Forces and Motion

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Forces and Motion 1) State and use the equation: force = mass x acceleration 2) When an object A exerts a force on object B, object B exerts and equal and opposite force. 3) Describe factors effecting thinking distance and braking distance. 4) Explain everyday situations where braking distance is changed.