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Everything is easy to understand, if you start in the right place. I explain science by starting with six basic ideas: direction, force, matter (stuff), energy, distance and time. All other ideas are built up from these key concepts. There are lots of animations along the way to illustrate what we normally can't see because it is too fast, too slow, too big, too small or invisible. I am an A-level physics teacher working in Devon, England.

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Everything is easy to understand, if you start in the right place. I explain science by starting with six basic ideas: direction, force, matter (stuff), energy, distance and time. All other ideas are built up from these key concepts. There are lots of animations along the way to illustrate what we normally can't see because it is too fast, too slow, too big, too small or invisible. I am an A-level physics teacher working in Devon, England.
Physics GCSE OCR (282 Slides)
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Physics GCSE OCR (282 Slides)

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Who it for GCSE physics teachers, GCSE science teachers and students. What’s included Line by line spec statements illustrated by animation, photos and external links. Why it’s useful Makes the invisible visible. Learning objectives See the bigger picture, the medium picture and the detail seamlessly connected. Link to specification GCSE OCR Physics. Practical tips: The powerpoint behaves like a website, click on links to ‘zoom’ in. I also print off the topic overviews for my students at the beginning of a topic and get them to add to it. This is a resource you could use every lesson. It represents about 2000 hours work. If you are not sure about spending the money please have at a look at the free older versions (10,000 downloads) to see if you like my style.