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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 - Practical skills - Uncertainty
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A level Physics - Practical skills - Uncertainty

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A lesson to introduce students to the idea of measurements and their uncertainty. This lesson follows a similar format to my other lessons Recall/starter questions Introduction of knowlegde Modelled example with answers Consolidation/practice questions - with answers
(Chapter 10 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Mechanics and materials - Work, energy, and power
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(Chapter 10 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Mechanics and materials - Work, energy, and power

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This bundle contains 4 lessons and an end of unit assessment Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lessons are complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. They are fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. 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 (7.3) Motion along a line at constant acceleration - Kinematics - (On the move)
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A level Physics (7.3) Motion along a line at constant acceleration - Kinematics - (On the move)

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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 Distinguish between u and v Calculate the displacement of an object moving with uniform acceleration Explain what else we need to know to calculate the acceleration of an object if we know its displacement in a given time. 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.
(Chapter 08 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Mechanics and materials - Newton's laws of motion
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(Chapter 08 BUNDLE) A level Physics - Mechanics and materials - Newton's laws of motion

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This bundle contains 5 lessons and an end of unit assessment Each lesson follows the AQA Physics: A Level Year 1 and AS textbook https://amzn.to/3BGFsD5 The lessons are complete and designed to be taught over a period of 90 minutes. They are fully animated and contains fully worked out answers to every question. 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 (6.3) The principle of moments (Forces in equilibrium)
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A level Physics (6.3) The principle of moments (Forces in equilibrium)

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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 thee conditions under which a force produces a turning effect Explain how the turning effect of a given force can be increased Explain what is required to balance a force that produces a turning effect Explain why the centre of mass is an important idea 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 (7.5) Motion graphs - Kinematics - (On the move)
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A level Physics (7.5) Motion graphs - Kinematics - (On the move)

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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 Distinguish between a distance time graph and a displacement time graph Describe what the gradient of a velocity time graph represents Describe what the area under a velocity time graph represents 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 (6.5) Stability (Forces in equilibrium)
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A level Physics (6.5) Stability (Forces in equilibrium)

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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 the difference between stable and unstable equilibrium Assess when a tilted object will topple over Explain why a vehicle is more stable when its centre of mass is lower 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 answers exam ready answers. Summary questions to practice and consolidate the new knowledge gained from the lesson.