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Materials 4 - Ideal Gas Laws
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Materials 4 - Ideal Gas Laws

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Lesson resources encompassing aThe ideal gas laws. Designed for NCUK syllabus but may be appropriate for GCSE or A level content. This will likely cover 1-2 hours of learning depending on student ability. I would advise if you use this resource without editing to watch all videos included, video 1 has bad language towards the end but is easily stopped before. Lesson Overview What happens when you heat a gas? What is Gas Pressure? What else, other than temperature, could cause pressure to change? Kinetic Theory of an Ideal Gas Combining ideal gas laws Resources included -Lesson Slides Ideal gas questions- easy (and solutions) Ideal gas questions - further (and solutions)
Materials 3 - Kinetic Theory of Gasses
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Materials 3 - Kinetic Theory of Gasses

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Lesson resources encompassing an introduction to kinetic theory of gases. Designed for NCUK syllabus but may be appropriate for GCSE or A level content. This will likely cover 1 hour of learning. This does not cover Ideal gases, those are covered in the following lesson (Materials 4) Lesson Overview What is Internal Energy? What is Temperature? Effects of temperature on pressure Thermometers and the Celsius Scale Resources included -Lesson Slides Thermal properties Questions (and solutions)
Materials 2 - Thermal Properties of Materials
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Materials 2 - Thermal Properties of Materials

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Lesson resources encompassing Specific Heat capacity and Latent heat capacity. Designed for NCUK syllabus but may be appropriate for GCSE or A level content. Including experiment, this may be span over 2 - 3 hours of learning. Lesson Overview What is SHC SHC Calculations Measureing SHC (experiment) What is LH LH Calculations Questions involving both SHC and LH. Resources included -Lesson Slides GCSE questions SHC Questions (and solutions) LH Questions (and Solutions) Experiment handout
Materials 5 -  Elasticity and Hooke's Law
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Materials 5 - Elasticity and Hooke's Law

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Lesson resources encompassing Elasticity and Hooke’s Law. Designed for NCUK syllabus but may be appropriate for GCSE or A level content. This will likely cover 2 - 3 hour of learning when including the experiment. Lesson Overview What is deformation? How do Elastic materials behave when stretched? Hooke’s Law Hooke’s Law Experimental Stress and Strain Young’s Modulus Equations Resources included -Lesson Slides Elasticity Questions (with solutions) Hooke’s Law practical handout
Electricity 2 - Resistance
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Electricity 2 - Resistance

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Lesson two of Electricity Topic, written for NCUK syllabus but may also be applicable to GCSE and A Level courses. Likely 2 - 3 hours of lesson time covering Resistance, resistivity and Practical work. Lesson Overview What exactly is resistance ? How do we define resistance? Calculating resistance Measuring electrical resistivity Current-Voltage Graphs Resistivity How Temperature affects resistivity Teaching slides Practice question with solutions
Electricity 5 - DC Circuits
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Electricity 5 - DC Circuits

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Lesson five of Electricity Topic, written for NCUK syllabus but may also be applicable to GCSE and A Level courses. Likely 2 hours of lesson time covering Circuit Symbols, Series and Parallel Circuits and Resistors in series and parallel. It also covers Kirchoff’s first and second laws. This lesson could be taught sooner (as lesson 1 or 2) depending on curriculem. Lesson Overview Circuit Symbols Series and Parallel Circuits Resistors in series and parallel Kirchhoff’s First Law (current – conservation of charge) Kirchhoff’s Second Law (voltage – conservation of energy) Potential Dividers Teaching slides Practice question with solutions Practical sheets
Electricity 4 - Capacitance
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Electricity 4 - Capacitance

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Lesson four of Electricity Topic, written for NCUK syllabus but also applicable to GCSE and A Level courses. Likely 2 - 3 hours of lesson time covering capacitance , charging and discharging capacitors and energy storage. Lesson Overview What is a capacitor? Using Capacitors Charging a Capacitor Capacitors in series and in parallel Investigating capacitance Energy stored in a capacitor Analysis of a simple RC circuit Discharge rate Calculating time constant. Teaching slides Practice question with solutions Practical worksheet
Materials 1 - Kinetic Theory and Density
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Materials 1 - Kinetic Theory and Density

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Intro to Materials Topic, written for NCUK syllabus but may also be applicable to GCSE and A Level courses. **Lesson Overview ** Properties of Solids, Liquids and Gasses Change of state Brownian Motion What is Density? Density calculations Resources Teaching slides Information sheets and activity sheet Practice question with solutions Practical Experiment work lab sheet
Electricity 1 - Circuits and Current
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Electricity 1 - Circuits and Current

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Intro to Electricity Topic, written for NCUK syllabus but may also be applicable to GCSE and A Level courses. Lesson Overview Circuit Symbols What is current? How do we define current? Units of charge Measuring Current with an Ammeter Teaching slides Practice question with solutions