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High quality classroom-ready Physics resources for GCSE and A-level
Medical Physics for OCR A-level Physics A
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Medical Physics for OCR A-level Physics A

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A collection of six PowerPoint presentations for the Medical Physics unit of A-level OCR Physics A, matched to the Oxford OCR A-Level Physics A textbook. Please note that the TES software that produces thumbnail images doesn’t always seem to handle background images in PPT slides very well. If the thumbnails look odd on your display, that is not how they really look! See them in action: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF4ZjVc-ocdprOCp-CzcSvpGxIk4BJ3fR
Nuclear Physics for A-level OCR Physics A
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Nuclear Physics for A-level OCR Physics A

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A collection of PowerPoint presentations covering A-level Nuclear Physics, primarily following the OCR Physics A specification and Chapters 24 and 26 of the Oxford A-level Physics for OCR A textbook.
Tracers, gamma camera, PET (A-level Medical Physics)
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Tracers, gamma camera, PET (A-level Medical Physics)

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One of six PowerPoint presentations for the Medical Physics unit of A-level OCR Physics A, matched to the Oxford OCR A-Level Physics A textbook. This PPT covers the use of tracers and the detection of the gamma rays (including PET). Please note that the TES software that produces thumbnail images doesn’t always seem to handle background images in PPT slides very well. If the thumbnails look odd on your display, that is not how they really look! Please take a look at the Ultrasound presentation instead. See it in action: https://youtu.be/iisVDswcmiE
Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics
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Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics

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A PowerPoint presentation introducing A-level students to the Standard Model of Particle Physics. Covering the OCR Physics A specification, but physics is physics, so suitable for all courses! One of a bundle of presentations on different aspects of nuclear physics. Please note that TES’s software doesn’t always seem to generate accurate thumbnail images of PPTs with background images, so if the preview images look odd on your display they aren’t indicative of what the slides actually look like.
Nuclear Energy for A-level Physics
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Nuclear Energy for A-level Physics

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A PowerPoint presentation introducing A-level students to the concept of mass-energy equivalence, binding energy, fission and fusion. Following the OCR Physics A specification, but physics is physics, so suitable for all courses! One of a bundle of presentations on different aspects of nuclear physics. Please note that TES’s software doesn’t always seem to generate accurate thumbnail images of PPTs with background images, so if the preview images look odd on your display they aren’t indicative of what the slides actually look like.
AQA GCSE Physics Required Practicals Summary
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AQA GCSE Physics Required Practicals Summary

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A no-nonesense student-friendly summary of the Physics Required Practicals for AQA GCSE Physics and GCSE Combined Science (Trilogy): Physics.  Perfect for consolidation after each practical and revision for the exams at the end. Please note that the black and white PPT thunbnail below is automatically generated by the TES website and are not actually what the slides look like – all the formatting has been lost. 😡
CAT scans (A-level Medical Physics)
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CAT scans (A-level Medical Physics)

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One of six PowerPoint presentations for the Medical Physics unit of A-level OCR Physics A, matched to the Oxford OCR A-Level Physics A textbook. This PPT covers what a CAT scanner is and how it works. Please note that the TES software that produces thumbnail images doesn’t always seem to handle background images in PPT slides very well. If the thumbnails look odd on your display, that is not how they really look! Please take a look at the Ultrasound presentation instead. See it in action: https://youtu.be/n16_S6cr4do
Doppler ultrasound (A-level Medical Physics)
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Doppler ultrasound (A-level Medical Physics)

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One of six PowerPoint presentations for the Medical Physics unit of A-level OCR Physics A, matched to the Oxford OCR A-Level Physics A textbook. This PPT covers the use of the Doppler effect in ultrasound measurements of blood flow. Please note that the TES software that produces thumbnail images doesn’t always seem to handle background images in PPT slides very well. If the thumbnails look odd on your display, that is not how they really look! Please take a look at the Ultrasound presentation instead. See it in action: https://youtu.be/rv07hLSgc58
Introduction to nuclear physics
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Introduction to nuclear physics

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A PowerPoint to introduce students to the scale of atoms and the nucleus, including how to estimate the diameter of an atom from density measurements, how alpha particle scattering leads to the size of the nucleus, calculations of the density of nuclear material and some background to relative atomic mass and the atomic mass unit. Aimed primarily at A-level students (and following the OCR Physics A specification), but could be used in parts with GCSE students also. One of a bundle of presentations on different aspects of nuclear physics. Please note that TES’s software doesn’t always seem to generate accurate thumbnail images of PPTs with background images, so if the preview images look odd on your display they aren’t indicative of what the slides actually look like.
Ultrasound (A-level Medical Physics)
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Ultrasound (A-level Medical Physics)

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One of six PowerPoint presentations for the Medical Physics unit of A-level OCR Physics A, matched to the Oxford OCR A-Level Physics A textbook. This PPT covers the production and use of ultrasound. Please note that the TES software that produces thumbnail images doesn’t always seem to handle background images in PPT slides very well. If the thumbnails look odd on your display, that is not how they really look! See it in use: https://youtu.be/Dvqbopuajb0
Interaction of X-rays with matter (A-level Medical Physics)
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Interaction of X-rays with matter (A-level Medical Physics)

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One of six PowerPoint presentations for the Medical Physics unit of A-level OCR Physics A, matched to the Oxford OCR A-Level Physics A textbook. This PPT covers the interaction of X-rays with human tissues. Please note that the TES software that produces thumbnail images doesn’t always seem to handle background images in PPT slides very well. If the thumbnails look odd on your display, that is not how they really look! Please take a look at the Ultrasound presentation instead. See it in action: https://youtu.be/V4imsal9c_Q
Complete set of Physics revision checklists for GCSE Physics
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Complete set of Physics revision checklists for GCSE Physics

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This is a complete set of Physics revision checklists for handing out to students. They follow the AQA specification, but have been reworded, reordered and streamlined in places to make them more student-friendly than the specification document. Equations and required practicals are highlighted. For AQA GCSE Physics.
ENERGY/PARTICLES/FORCES unit summaries/checklists for AQA GCSE Physics
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ENERGY/PARTICLES/FORCES unit summaries/checklists for AQA GCSE Physics

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Summaries of the AQA GCSE Physics "Energy", "Particle model of matter" and "Forces" topics, presented in a student-friendly and attractive form. Students can use them as concise revision checklists or as "what to expect" introductions. Teachers can use them as a more useful starting point than the original specification for writing a medium-term plan of the scheme of work for these topics. The order of the statements has been altered and the wording changed in places compared to the specification, to reflect how the concepts might be better taught and learnt. In particular, some of the "Energy" and "Particles" topics have been relocated to the "Forces" topic, where they make more sense alongside related concepts. Required practicals and equations are emphasised and Higher Tier and Physics-only concepts are clearly highlighted.
ENERGY/PARTICLES/FORCES unit summaries/checklists for AQA GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy (Physics)
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ENERGY/PARTICLES/FORCES unit summaries/checklists for AQA GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy (Physics)

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Summaries of the AQA GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy (Physics) "Energy", "Particle model of matter" and "Forces" topics, presented in a student-friendly and attractive form. Students can use them as concise revision checklists or as "what to expect" introductions. Teachers can use them as a more useful starting point than the original specification for writing a medium-term plan of the scheme of work for these topics. The order of the statements has been altered and the wording changed in places compared to the specification, to reflect how the concepts might be better taught and learnt. In particular, some of the "Energy" and "Particles" topics have been relocated to the "Forces" topic, where they make more sense alongside related concepts. Required practicals and equations are emphasised and Higher Tier concepts are clearly highlighted.
PHYSICS SCHEME OF WORK STARTER PACK for AQA GCSE Physics
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PHYSICS SCHEME OF WORK STARTER PACK for AQA GCSE Physics

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This starter pack breaks AQA's GCSE Physics specification down into 7 coherent and logically ordered units. The specification statements have been ordered to reflect a pedagogically-sound sequence of delivery. Time allocations for delivery are indicated (presented as a useful 2-year long-term planner) so that the course spans approximately 140 lessons. The 20-lesson first unit is deliberately very accessible and is suitable for delivery in Year 9 if you wish to start KS4 early. This long-term planning stage is the necessary starting point for developing your own scheme of work that suits your context, students and teaching staff. With the long-term planning done, you can focus on medium- and short-term planning of the lessons themselves.
PHYSICS SCHEME OF WORK STARTER PACK for AQA GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy (Physics)
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PHYSICS SCHEME OF WORK STARTER PACK for AQA GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy (Physics)

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This starter pack breaks AQA's GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy (Physics) specification down into 6 coherent and logically ordered units. The specification statements have been ordered to reflect a pedagogically-sound sequence of delivery. Time allocations for delivery are indicated (presented as a useful 2-year long-term planner) so that the course spans approximately 100 lessons. The 20-lesson first unit is deliberately very accessible and is suitable for delivery in Year 9 if you wish to start KS4 early. This long-term planning stage is the necessary starting point for developing your own scheme of work that suits your context, students and teaching staff. With the long-term planning done, you can focus on medium- and short-term planning of the lessons themselves.
SPACE PHYSICS unit summary/checklist for AQA GCSE Physics
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SPACE PHYSICS unit summary/checklist for AQA GCSE Physics

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A summary of the AQA GCSE Physics "Space Physics" topic, presented in a student-friendly and attractive form. Students can use it as a concise revision checklist or as a "what to expect" introduction. Teachers can use it as a more useful starting point than the original specification for writing a medium-term plan of the scheme of work for this topic. The order of the statements has been altered and the wording changed in places compared to the specification, to reflect how the concepts might be better taught and learnt.