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Physics resources from a Head of Physics at a school with 100% pass rate in A level physics (and 100% A*-C at A level in 2016). 9 years of experience teaching A level, IB, GCSE physics and KS3 science. Many of the Powerpoints contain embedded animations, practice questions with answers or links to useful video clips.

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Physics resources from a Head of Physics at a school with 100% pass rate in A level physics (and 100% A*-C at A level in 2016). 9 years of experience teaching A level, IB, GCSE physics and KS3 science. Many of the Powerpoints contain embedded animations, practice questions with answers or links to useful video clips.
AQA A Level Physics Year 2 - Gas Laws
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AQA A Level Physics Year 2 - Gas Laws

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Powerpoint covering Kinetic Theory assumptions, the Gas Laws and comparisons between ideal and real gases for the Thermal Physics topic of AQA A level physics. Powerpoint includes links to several animations.
KS3 Electricity Revision Powerpoint
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KS3 Electricity Revision Powerpoint

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Powerpoint for revising KS3 Electricity topic in year 8 or 9. Covers electrical circuits symbols, series and parallel circuits, UK plugs and electromagnets. Also useful for introduction to Electricity topic in GCSE physics course.
IB Physics Astrophysics Option SL Test and Marking Scheme
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IB Physics Astrophysics Option SL Test and Marking Scheme

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Standard Level test for the IB Physics Astrophysics option topic. Consists of a total of 45 marks worth of questions, designed to fit into one lesson. The marking scheme is at the end of the document to make it easy to select and print the test question pages for students.
Year 8 Physics - Light Topic
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Year 8 Physics - Light Topic

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Powerpoint covering the year 8 physics topic of Light. There are 38 slides covering how light travels, reflection, refraction, dispersion, how we see colour and how coloured filters work.
Year 8 Physics - Sound and Hearing Topic Powerpoint
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Year 8 Physics - Sound and Hearing Topic Powerpoint

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Powerpoint covering all the content for the Sound and Hearing topic taught in Year 8. There are 29 slides covering the definition of sound and echoes, animation showing what is meant by longitudinal waves, description of how musical instruments produce sound, graphs to show change in pitch and change in volume, definition of the Decibel, the human hearing range, ultrasound and noise and methods of reducing noise. Structured to be delivered easily within about 5 lessons, allowing time for some related experiments (e.g. tuning forks, signal generator to test hearing range).
AQA AS Level Physics - Waves - Refraction
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AQA AS Level Physics - Waves - Refraction

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Powerpoint for AQA AS Level Physics Waves topic, covering the theory of refraction, Snell's law with a few worked examples and details of a simple refraction experiment to allow students to investigate refraction.
Year 7 Biology - Cells Topic
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Year 7 Biology - Cells Topic

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Powerpoint for the KS3 (Year7) biology Cells topic. There are 42 slides covering animal and plant cells, how to use a microscope, specialised cells, cell division of animal cells, pollination and fertilisation of plant cells.
AQA A Level Physics Year 2 - Nuclear Physics - Half-Life and Stability
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AQA A Level Physics Year 2 - Nuclear Physics - Half-Life and Stability

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Powerpoint covering the definition of half-life, sample half-life graph stepping through each half-life and indicating the related count rates/number of nuclei left to decay. Stability curve is shown and description of location of nuclides which will decay by each decay method. Applications of radioactivity are discussed, such as carbon-dating, medical tracers and paper thickness measurement.
Year 8 Physics - Heating and Cooling Revision Powerpoint
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Year 8 Physics - Heating and Cooling Revision Powerpoint

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Powerpoint for revising KS3 (year 8) physics topic of Heating and Cooling. Content includes the differences between heat and temperature, phase changes, methods of heat transfer, heat loss from houses and methods for reducing them. Also useful as introduction to Energy topic in the new GCSE specification.
IB Unit 3 (Thermal Physics) Standard Level Test with Marking Scheme
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IB Unit 3 (Thermal Physics) Standard Level Test with Marking Scheme

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A test for unit 3 of the IB Diplomas course, covering the Standard Level content with 10 marks of multiple choice questions and 22 marks of longer calculation questions. Total of 32 marks, designed to fit into one standard lesson time. Includes the marking scheme, separated by page break for ease of printing the test for students.
AQA A Level Physics Year 2 - Nuclear Physics - Evidence of the Nucleus
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AQA A Level Physics Year 2 - Nuclear Physics - Evidence of the Nucleus

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Powerpoint for the first lesson of the Nuclear Physics topic. Main focus is the details of the Rutherford alpha scattering experiment and how this led to the discovery of the structure of the atom. Quick recap of the terminology of the constituents of the atom and then discussion of how scattering experiments led to an understanding of nuclear density.
IB Physics Unit 5 Test and Marking Scheme
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IB Physics Unit 5 Test and Marking Scheme

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A test for the Unit 5 (Electricity) topic of the IB Physics Diploma course. It is designed to be taken in one lesson, consisting of 10 paper 1 questions and 38 marks worth of paper 2 questions. The marking scheme is on the last 2 pages, making it easy to separate for printing copies of the test for students.
Word document AQA AS course outline
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Word document AQA AS course outline

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Word document for the AQA AS physics course, giving the year 12 course outline and details of the AS exams. Useful for the students to use in preparation for their mock exams and again when revising for the actual AS exams in the summer.