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Complete schemes of work, lesson plans and powerpoints to teach Science, written by a current Head of Physics rated Outstanding in his teaching and currently working at a school rated Outstanding by OfSted

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Complete schemes of work, lesson plans and powerpoints to teach Science, written by a current Head of Physics rated Outstanding in his teaching and currently working at a school rated Outstanding by OfSted

#### Physics / Maths Logarithms and Exponential formulae

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This set of four lessons goes over the exponential formula used in Physics for radioactive decay as well as teaching the basic rules of logs and why natural logs are used.

#### A-Level Physics / Maths - Logarithms rules and algebra (Lesson plan and PowerPoint)

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This is the second of three lessons that introduce the idea of logarithms The PowerPoint takes students through the difficulties in solving algebra with unknown powers and cumulative interest. The general simple rules of addition and subtraction of logarithms is discussed. This is part of the essential mathematics skills needed for A-Level Physics

#### BTec Engineering - Static Engineering Systems (6 PowerPoints)

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This is a bundle, at a discounted price, that cover the Static Engineering Systems of the BTec National Course: Vectors Static Equilibrium Simply Supported Beams Direct Stress, Strain and Modulus of Elasticity Shear Stress, Strain and Modulus of Rigidity Interpreting Stress - Strain graphs v1.01 Error in calculation corrected in Shear stress lesson

#### AQA P3 - Particle Model of Matter - GCSE Physics - 10 lesson plans and PowerPoints

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This is a complete set of 10 power points and planned lessons that cover the unit of work for Science / Physics on the Particle Model of Matter. This includes: Introduction to the particle model Calculating Density Required Practical (Measuring Density) Change of state Specific Heat Capacity Specific Latent Heat Pressure in Gases Summary / Review lesson (Trilogy content) Boyle's Law Increasing gas pressure

#### BTec Engineering - Simply supported Beams (PowerPoint & Worksheet)

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This is a 9 slide PowerPoint that covers BTec National Engineering (A-Level equivalent) on the topic of Simply Supported Beams which is supported with a worksheet with three questions including answers. This covers the mathematical and physics for a Beam system including point forces, Uniformly Distributed Forces (UDL) on a beam with pins and rollers. There is a brief recap of the principle of moments and an animated worked example of a beam question. This PowerPoint forms Lesson 3 in this series

#### BTec Engineering - Single Phase Alternating Current

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This bundle includes the following 3 lessons to complete this section of the BTec Engineering course: • Single Phase AC theory • Combining Sinusoidal Waveforms • Impedance

#### BTec Engineering - Combining Sinusoidal Waveforms (PowerPoint)

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This is an 15 slide PowerPoint that covers BTec National Engineering (A-Level equivalent) on the topic of combining sinusoidal waveforms. This lessons starts with a graphical representation of waveforms for AC voltage, and shows how a resultant wave is formed from two sinusoidal waveforms. This is then extended to a graphical solution method, using vectors for phasors, and then a mathematical method using the cosine and sine rules to add two wave equations together. This is the second PowerPoint in this section (Single phase alternating current).

#### BTec Engineering - Dynamic Engineering Systems (8 lessons)

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This is a bundle, at a discounted price, that covers the Dynamic Engineering Systems and Lifting Machines of the BTec National Engineering Course: SUVAT / Kinematic Principles Forces and Linear Motion Momentum Conservation of Energy Rotational Motion Energy in Rotating Mechanics Efficiency and Mechanical Advantage Lifting Machines

#### A-Level Physics / Maths - Introduction to logarithms (Lesson plan and PowerPoint)

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This is the first of three lessons that introduce the idea of logarithms The PowerPoint takes students through the difficulties in graphing data of wide ranging numbers and then, using the E-M spectrum and H-R diagrams, shows how log-log graphs can be used to display this data. This is part of the essential mathematics skills needed for A-Level Physics

#### A-Level Physics / Maths - Exponential decay (Lesson plan and PowerPoint)

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This is a lesson that explains basic differentiation leading onto a proof of Euler's number and the use of this in creating exponential decay formulae. This PowerPoint is designed to take you step by step through the derivation of the formulae used in Physics for the decay of isotopes or other exponential experiments.

#### BTec Engineering - Energy in Rotational Mechanics (PowerPoint)

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This is a 9 slide PowerPoint that covers BTec National Engineering (A-Level equivalent) on the topic of Energy in Rotational Mechanics. This is the sixth PowerPoint in this section which covers Work Done, Power, Moment of Inertia, and Kinetic Energy for uniform circular motion. This PowerPoint is a descriptive walk through of each of these topics with some supporting calculations.

#### GCSE Science / Physics - Required practical - Density (PowerPoint and Lesson Plan)

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This is a lesson plan and PowerPoint explaining how to perform the required practical on Density. This is the third lesson in the Particle Model unit of work (P3). The lesson covers the calculation of the volume of cuboids, recaps the conversion of units and calculation of density and then describes the methods needed to calculate the density of regular and irregular shapes. The lesson plan is step by step including extension ideas and the learning objectives linked directly to the syllabus. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/flushflop v1.1 - Picture of a Eureka-can added to slide to assist understanding of alternative procedure v1.2 - Some minor editing to slides to improve comprehension

#### A-Level Physics / Maths - Natural logarithms (Lesson plan and PowerPoint)

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This is the third of three lessons that introduce the idea of logarithms The PowerPoint takes students through the use of natural logarithms to find unknown powers in formulae and to create linear equations from exponential formulae. This is part of the essential mathematics skills needed for A-Level Physics

#### GCSE Science / Physics - Calculating Density (PowerPoint and Lesson Plan)

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This is a detailed lesson plan and PowerPoint explaining how to calculate density, conversion of units for mass and volume and the effect of density on floating. This is the second lesson in the Particle Model unit of work (P3). The lesson plan is step by step including extension ideas and the learning objectives linked directly to the syllabus plus a detailed practical idea and demonstrations. See my shop for a huge number of lessons and bundles: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/flushflop

#### BTec Engineering - Rotational Motion (PowerPoint + Worksheet)

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This is a 17 slide PowerPoint and a worksheet of questions that covers BTec National Engineering (A-Level equivalent) on the topic of Rotational Motion. This is the fifth PowerPoint in this section which covers an introduction to circular mathematics and applies this to rotational engineering. This includes Angular Displacement, Radians, Angular Velocity, Angular Displacement, Tangential Velcoity, Centripetal Acceleration, and Torque.