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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.
Scalars and vectors

Scalars and vectors

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering scalars and vectors. 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.
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The gas laws

The gas laws

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.
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Use of SI units and their prefixes

Use of SI units and their prefixes

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.
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The Wave Equation

The Wave Equation

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

Quarks and antiquarks

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering quarks and antiquarks. 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.
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Photons

Photons

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering the energy carried by photons. 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.
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Uncertainties - graphical methods

Uncertainties - graphical methods

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering the calculation of uncertainties in the gradient and y-intercept of a graph. 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.
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Moments - problems

Moments - problems

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.
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The Ideal Gas law

The Ideal Gas law

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering the Ideal Gas law. 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.
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Density

Density

This is a GCSE worksheet from Flipped Around Physics, on density. It covers density calculations, and the concept of density from a particle model. 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.
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Gravitational potential

Gravitational potential

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering gravitational potential. 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.
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Kinetic theory of gases

Kinetic theory of gases

This is a resource from flippedaroundphysics.com on the kinetic theory of gases. This worksheet leads students, step by step, through explaining gas behaviour using particles (kinetic theory).
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Diffraction gratings

Diffraction gratings

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering diffraction gratings. 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.
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Internal energy

Internal energy

This is a Physics A-level resource from flippedaroundphysics.com, covering internal 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.
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Fuses and the Earth Wire

Fuses and the Earth Wire

This is a resource from flippedaroundphysics.com on fuses, their anatomy, how they work, choosing the correct fuse rating, how the fuse works with the Earth wire, and circuit breakers.
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Stopping distance of vehicles

Stopping distance of vehicles

This is a resource from flippedaroundphysics.com on the stopping distance of vehicles. The worksheet uses graphs to visually show the effect of speed and reaction time on braking distance. Students will need to calculate their own reaction times in one of the activities. They can do this using the 'dropped metre rule' technique. Just convert from distance dropped (d) in meters to time (t), using t=sqrt[2d/9.8]. Else tell students to use t=0.2s. Students are asked to consider the other factors involved in braking distance.
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Pressure in fluids

Pressure in fluids

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.
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Current, voltage and resistance basics

Current, voltage and resistance basics

This is a GCSE physics resource from www.flippedaroundphysics.com on current, voltage and resistance. It covers symbols, units, meters, a water analogy and Ohm's law. It consists of a link to a google form quiz which has an embedded YouTube video. Students watch the video and respond to a series of questions. 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.
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Principle of moments

Principle of moments

This is a GCSE Physics resource from www.flippedaroundphysics.com on the principle of moments. It uses a PhET simulation and walks students, step-by-step through understanding the concept of moments, calculating moments and using the principle of moments in problem solving. 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.
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Charge and current

Charge and current

This is a GCSE physics resource from www.flippedaroundphysics.com on charge and current. It covers charge, current, conventional current and electron flow, symbols, units and Q=It. It consists of a link to a google form quiz which has embedded YouTube videos. Students watch the videos and respond to a series of questions. 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.
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