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Studying physics unlocks the rules of the universe. Through many years of teaching, I have carefully designed a set of lessons to guide students to unlock and master this knowledge. Each lesson contains recall questions, an explanation of key concepts in a logical order, modelled examples to help guide students through answering questions, and practice questions for them to apply the knowledge themselves. All lessons are complete, fully animated, and contain fully worked answers.

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Studying physics unlocks the rules of the universe. Through many years of teaching, I have carefully designed a set of lessons to guide students to unlock and master this knowledge. Each lesson contains recall questions, an explanation of key concepts in a logical order, modelled examples to help guide students through answering questions, and practice questions for them to apply the knowledge themselves. All lessons are complete, fully animated, and contain fully worked answers.
A level Physics (26.6)  The theory of radioactive decay  (Radioactivity)
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A level Physics (26.6) The theory of radioactive decay (Radioactivity)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook https://amzn.to/3DG6pIP The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Discuss whether a radioactive source can decay completely Define exponential decrease Explain why a radioactive decay is a random process The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (26.5)  Radioactive decay  (Radioactivity)
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A level Physics (26.5) Radioactive decay (Radioactivity)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook https://amzn.to/3DG6pIP The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives State what is meant by the activity of a radioactive isotope Define the half-life of a radioactive isotope Discuss whether anything affects radioactive decay The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (26.7)  Radioactive isotopes in use  (Radioactivity)
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A level Physics (26.7) Radioactive isotopes in use (Radioactivity)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook https://amzn.to/3DG6pIP The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Describe how to do radioactive dating Define radioactive tracers Discuss what radioactivity is used for in hospitals The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (27.2)  Binding energy (Nuclear energy)
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A level Physics (27.2) Binding energy (Nuclear energy)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook https://amzn.to/3DG6pIP The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Define binding energy State which nuclei are the most stable Explain why energy is released when a Uranium-235 nucleus undergoes fission The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (27.1)  Energy and mass (Nuclear energy)
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A level Physics (27.1) Energy and mass (Nuclear energy)

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This lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 2 textbook https://amzn.to/3DG6pIP The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain E=mc^2 Describe what happens to the mass of an object when it gains or loses energy Calculate the energy released in a nuclear reaction The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (2.3) Leptons at work (Particles physics quarks and leptons)
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A level Physics (2.3) Leptons at work (Particles physics quarks and leptons)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Consider whether leptons are elementary. Distinguish between different types of neutrinos. Evaluate the importance of lepton numbers. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (2.2) Particle sorting (Particles physics quarks and leptons)
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A level Physics (2.2) Particle sorting (Particles physics quarks and leptons)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Identify different classifications of particles. Recognise hadrons. Recognise leptons. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (5.7) The diffraction grating (Optics)
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A level Physics (5.7) The diffraction grating (Optics)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain why a diffraction grating diffracts monochromatic light in certain directions only If a coarser grating is used, explain the effect on the number of diffracted beams produced and on the spread of each diffracted beam Determine the grating spacing for any given grating, if it is not known. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (5.4) Double slit interference (Optics)
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A level Physics (5.4) Double slit interference (Optics)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives State the general condition for the formation of a bright fringe Describe the Young’s double slit experiment Describe what factors could be increased or decreased, to increase the fringe spacing The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (5.6) Diffraction (Optics)
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A level Physics (5.6) Diffraction (Optics)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Explain why diffraction of light is important in the design of optical instruments Compare the single slit diffraction pattern with the pattern of Young’s fringes Describe the effect of the single slit pattern on the brightness of Young’s fringes. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (5.3) Total internal reflection (Optics)
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A level Physics (5.3) Total internal reflection (Optics)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives State the conditions for total internal reflection Relate the critical angle to refractive index Explain why diamonds sparkle The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (9.5) Explosions (Force and momentum)
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A level Physics (9.5) Explosions (Force and momentum)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Describe the energy changes that take place in an explosion State what can always be said about the total momentum of a system that has exploded Describe the consequences when, after the explosion, only two bodies move apart. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.
A level Physics (9.3) Conservation of momentum (Force and momentum)
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A level Physics (9.3) Conservation of momentum (Force and momentum)

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Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lesson is complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. It is fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. Learning objectives Consider whether momentum is ever lost in a collision. Define the principle of conservation of momentum. State the condition that must be satisfied if the momentum of a system is conserved. The format A recall starter activity to help store key definitions and ideas to long term memory. Clear slides presented in a logical order, which can be used to talk through and explain the key concepts of the lesson. Questions and example slides, which can be used to model perfect exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.