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Just a passionate physics teacher happy to freely share his resources for all to use!

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Just a passionate physics teacher happy to freely share his resources for all to use!
What is power?
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What is power?

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A KS3 lesson on power, possibly useful for introduction at KS4. Exam question from ExamPro so not included.
How does a motor work?
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How does a motor work?

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A lesson explaining how a motor works. Pupils should have an understanding of the motor effect already. KS4 appropriate.
Energy revision KS3 (or KS4 reminder)
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Energy revision KS3 (or KS4 reminder)

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A lesson covering the basics of energy stores, transfers, power and work done. Designed for use with KS3 class but could be used with KS4 with some adjustments. The tarsia puzzle does have a joke question about Norwich City being the best football team, sorry!
Wave equation practice side-by-side
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Wave equation practice side-by-side

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Great for initial work on the wave equation: pupils work down vertically filling in each column, following the same steps each time. They work up to completing a question requiring rearrangement and unit conversion.
Energy revision game! Find someone who can
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Energy revision game! Find someone who can

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‘Find someone who can’ activity for energy. designed as a revision resource for KS3 but could easily be used at KS4 or as an intro to energy in KS4. Pupils are not allowed to answer on their sheet, but must find other pupils to do it for them. They may only write on another person’s sheet once.
Transverse and longitudinal waves and wave equation
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Transverse and longitudinal waves and wave equation

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A lesson comparing transverse and longitudinal waves. You will need a slinky for a demo (obviously!) Moving onto wave equation with worksheet provided. The first task requires the ‘word wheel’ to help the pupils structure their answers. Can be printed or on PPT. The wave equation task needs to be printed. Pupils use the side-by-side to practice questions, moving onto harder ones.