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Here you will find resources for teaching Physics at GCSE and A-level. Many of these resources have been designed to be used in a flipped classroom. In a flipped classroom, students are asked to prepare a subject in advance of a lesson, by watching instructional videos or using simulations and completing a task. However, these resources can also be used as standalone worksheets for in-class use, as homework, or for revision. Please go to my website for more details, and for answer sheets.

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Here you will find resources for teaching Physics at GCSE and A-level. Many of these resources have been designed to be used in a flipped classroom. In a flipped classroom, students are asked to prepare a subject in advance of a lesson, by watching instructional videos or using simulations and completing a task. However, these resources can also be used as standalone worksheets for in-class use, as homework, or for revision. Please go to my website for more details, and for answer sheets.
Moments - problems
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Moments - problems

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This is a GCSE Physics resource from flippedaroundphysics.com on moments. There are several problems involving calculating the moment acting on a beam. Problems involve summing clockwise and anticlockwise moments. The final problem considers the mass of the beam itself.
Electromagnetic waves
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Electromagnetic waves

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on electromagnetic waves. It covers the EM spectrum order and how frequency and wavelength are related. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Nuclear equations
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Nuclear equations

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on nuclear equations. It covers the rules for writing nuclear equations for alpha and beta decay. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Use of SI units and their prefixes
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Use of SI units and their prefixes

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This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering SI base units, derived units and prefixes. It was designed to be used in a flipped classroom. The worksheet leads students through the topic in small, manageable steps. In a flipped classroom, students would complete this task as a homework, prior to a lesson on the topic. Useful links to online information are on the website. Lesson time can then be devoted to checking students understanding and consolidating learning.
Principle of moments
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Principle of moments

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on the principle of moments. It covers determining unknown forces and distances for beams in equilibrium, and working out the mass of a beam using the principle of moments. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Specific latent heat
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Specific latent heat

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on specific latent heat. It covers rearranging and using the equation for specific latent heat. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Circuit components and their characteristics
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Circuit components and their characteristics

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This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering electric circuit component symbols and their characteristics. It was designed to be used in a flipped classroom. The worksheet is structured in a way that leads students through the topic in small, manageable steps. In a flipped classroom, students would complete this task as a homework, prior to a lesson on the topic. Useful links to online information are on the website. Lesson time can then be devoted to checking students understanding and consolidating learning.
Ohm's Law
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Ohm's Law

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This is a resource from flippedaroundphysics.com on Ohm's law. It is a simple worksheet on Ohm's law definition, biopic of Ohm, rearranging V=IR, and some information on interpreting the colour banding on resistors.
Uses of electromagnetic waves
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Uses of electromagnetic waves

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on uses of electromagnetic waves. It covers the uses of all of the waves in the EM spectrum. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Resultant force and F=ma
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Resultant force and F=ma

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on resultant force and F=ma. It covers adding force vectors applied to objects, and how the resultant force can cause an object to accelerate. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Conservation of energy
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Conservation of energy

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on conservation of energy. It covers the law of conservation of energy and energy transfer diagrams. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Moments
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Moments

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on moments. It covers calculation of moments, including situations where the force is not a right angles. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Charge and current
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Charge and current

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on electric charge and current. It covers the water model of current, calculations involving charge and current and how current is measured in a circuit. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
The Wave Equation
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The Wave Equation

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Simple worksheet for GCSE on the Wave Equation and the use of prefixes. Worked examples and questions.
Mass and energy
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Mass and energy

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This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering nuclear mass and binding energy. It was designed to be used in a flipped classroom. The worksheet leads students through the topic in small, manageable steps. In a flipped classroom, students would complete this task as a homework, prior to a lesson on the topic. Useful links to online information are on the website www.flippedaroundphysics.com. Lesson time can then be devoted to checking students understanding and consolidating learning.
Static electricity
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Static electricity

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This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on static electricity. It covers the how a static charge and induced charge are produced. Worksheet answers are available from www.flippedaroundphysics.com. The worksheet is designed to be used in a flipped learning setting. Students can be directed to the website (www.flippedaroundphysics.com) to watch quality video material on the topic. Students can then attempt to answer the questions on the worksheet prior to a lesson. Lesson time can be spent checking and consolidating understanding.
Centripetal acceleration
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Centripetal acceleration

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This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering centripetal acceleration. It was designed to be used in a flipped classroom. The worksheet leads students through the topic in small, manageable steps. In a flipped classroom, students would complete this task as a homework, prior to a lesson on the topic. Useful links to online information are on the website www.flippedaroundphysics.com. Lesson time can then be devoted to checking students understanding and consolidating learning.
The gas laws
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The gas laws

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This is a resource from flippedaroundphysics.com on the gas laws. There is a brief intro to the gas laws and then several numerical questions.
Pressure in fluids
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Pressure in fluids

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This is a GCSE Physics resource from www.flippedaroundphysics.com on pressure in fluids. It uses a PhET simulation and walks students, step-by-step through understanding the equation p=density x g x depth, and using it in calculations. It consists of a link to a google form quiz. The google form can be shared with students and the responses collected in a google sheet. This is useful if you are flipping your classroom as you can collect responses prior to a lesson.
Physics Equation Revision for AQA Combined Science
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Physics Equation Revision for AQA Combined Science

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This resource from www.flippedaroundphysics.com lists the Physics equations that students require for AQA GCSE Combined Science. One of the lists is of equations that students need to memorise. The other is a list of equations that the students may be given. The lists can be used in a number of ways to strengthen recall: 1) students write word equations (with units), when given the formula equations, 2) students rearrange the equations to change the subject, 3) students can cover symbols and try to recall quantities, 4) students can cover quantities and try and recall their symbols, 5) students can cover unit symbols and try and recall the unit names, etc. Included is a crib sheet, containing symbols and units, which students can refer to.